Monthly Archives: December 2011

Righting authorship wrongs

I had never heard of Dalton Trumbo until today, and I daresay you haven’t heard of him either. He was a member of the “Hollywood Ten,” which was a group of writers and directors who were blacklisted after being deemed … Continue reading

Posted in Authorship, Froth | 4 Comments

They’re really not helping

Getting older and more forgetful is one of those things you just have to accept. Trying to remember where you left the keys, what day your niece’s birthday is, whether you need to catch the 143 bus or the 134 … Continue reading

Posted in Journal publishing | 13 Comments

Is this a post?

Today is a special day on Occams Typewriter. One year ago the site burst onto the blogosphere. I had an idea to write a witty history of Occams Typewriter in the form of a Christmas carol, but I didn’t have … Continue reading

Posted in Blogology | 20 Comments