A dynasty of repairmen is keeping the world's typewriters from going obsolete
Before laptops and tablets came along, writers did their writing on clunky, unwieldy machines -- aids to work that were also works of art.
An acclaimed new novel has cheered Will Self up. Just don't mention the Olympics, ShortList's Jimi Famurewa learns
[caption id="attachment_33016" align="alignnone" width="468"] Top: Richard Polt suspects Hanks could be wooed with a rare 1950s Olivetti Gra...