The Typewriter: A Love Story features a richly illustrated collection of typewriter advertisements from the 1950s. This vibrant anthology of historic typewriter memorabilia originates from designer Janine Vangool’s publication The Typewriter: a Graphic History of the Beloved Machine. READ MORE
The 1888 Center will be CLOSED on Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 3 to celebrate and support the Orange International Street Fair (OISF).
Since 1973, the Orange International Street Fair (OISF) has been bridging the financial gap for local non-profit organizations. OISF is a multi-cultural family event with an average attendance of 400,000 during the 3-day event.
Today our podcast connects with Ruta Sepetys, author of internationally acclaimed historical fiction novels such as Between Shades of Gray (Philomel Books) and Out of the Easy (Philomel Books), and the recent Carnegie Medal winning novel Salt to the Sea (Philomel Books).READ MORE
Cherry Cherry by Taryn Tilton was selected as The Plaza Literary Prize 2017 winner. The prize was judged by our 1888 team of readers and the 2017 Jury–Michael Dean Clark, Rachel Howzell Hall, R. Dean Johnson, Yi Shun Lai, and Krys Lee. Taryn’s novella will be published with cover artwork by Steve Niilo.READ MORE
Today our podcast connects with Nate Ragolia, Co-Founder of Spaceboy Books, author of the novella There You Fee Free (1888) and the novel The Rectroactivist (Spaceboy), Editor-In-Chief of Boned: A Collection of Skeletal Writings, author of the webcomics The Illiterate Badger and The Right Corking Adventures of Cecil Larkbunting & Alastair Wakerobin, and Social Media Manager of 1888.READ MORE