Thursday, September 5, 2013

St. Louis typewriter project makes NPR news



A typewriter for the "What The Hell Is St. Louis Thinking?" project sits in the city's Central West End neighborhood. Poet Henry Goldkamp wants passers-by to stop and share their thoughts — without the luxury of a "delete" key.


I've mentioned the excellent project "What the Hell is St. Louis Thinking?" on this site before. Now it's getting national attention.

Read and hear the NPR story here.



2 comments:

notagain said...

This is a cool project, proving that if the population is large enough, there will inevitably be a few worthwhile individuals in it. I used to live in St. Louis. I know what they were thinking then, and it wasn't worth sharing.

Richard P said...

I have fond memories of my visit to St. Louis years ago, where I found my Bing No. 2.

All the best of luck to Henry Goldkamp.