“Thank you for the book of damn fine poetry… Yee Haw!” (Tom Hanks).
From Texas teachers to Maine lobstermen, Typewriter Rodeo tells the real stories of people across the country — through original poems hand-typed for them on-the-spot.
Published by Andrews McMeel Universal, it’s an inspiring round-up of humanity, filled with poetic portraits of love and longing, whimsy and wonder, healing and hope.
It’s also a much-needed reminder that we all still need genuine connection — to simply be seen and understood. And that we’re all in this beautifully messy thing together.
Published by Andrews McMeel Universal (April 3, 2018)
“Here in your hands is a lively, collage-form gathering of poems, photos, and back stories, which puts the work of these mad, ambush-style typists on colorful display.”
— Billy Collins, two-term U.S. poet laureate
“Filled with the delicious danger of creativity in front of strangers, your heart is hungry for this art.”
— Laurie Halse Anderson, author of Speak
“Thank you for the book of damn fine poetry (and faces). And for keeping the sound and fury of typewriting available to all … Yee Haw!”
— Tom Hanks, actor & author