The Miami Book Fair International has released its full, 300-strong lineup for the 2012 festivities. It should surprise nobody that Tom Wolfe is one of the headliners, but the full, alphabetized list of the other attending authors can be read here.
Half a century ago, it would have been inconceivable to think that one day, the clack of typewriter keys would disappear from daily life. The rise of the personal computer, in Sadie Stein’s words, turned an everpresent sound into a “living anachronism.” She reflects on the value of the typewriter in a blog post for The Paris Review Daily. (It might also be a good time to read our own Bill Morris on typewriters and pen pals.)