About the Peter

The beginning of this story begins with a window. Opened during a radiation storm, the window let in a bolt of mutated lightning that struck a Brother electric typewriter in a blinding flash. Unlimited mutative power endowed it with sapience and a desire to compose fiction. Despite a difficult first few years of life, it maintained good cheer. Eventually, it found employment as a stenographer in the New York County Courthouse, until creative differences with other civic employees left it terminated.

Peter Schaefer, as it now wishes to be called, prefers to write games and fiction, both emotional and fantastical. Everyone is welcome to read its works, most of which find publication here, at least in this era. Stop by whenever you like, but be careful: you may not be able to leave!

3 Responses to About the Peter

  1. DEAR PETER, I THINK I HAVE FINALLY CONCLUDED THAT THESE POSTINGS ARE YOUR WRITING, YES,? I HAVE TATSED THEM, BUT–OBVIOUSLY–NEVER COMETO THIS SITE BEFORE. PLEASE PARDON ME FOR BEING SO DUMB. YOU WRITING SEEMS TO BECOMING MORE DENSE. WHERE DO YOU WANT TO BE GOING WITH YOUR WRITING? ARE YOU SPECIALIZING IN THESE BRIEF STORIES? IS IT A GENRE? DOES IT HAVE A NAME?
    I RECOGNIZE THE PROFILE PHOTO, INCIDENTALLY. JEAN LUC WAS IN THAT MOVIE. WAS IT AN “X-MEN”?
    DID YOU KNOW THAT JAMIE & CHERYL’S SON, TREV, IS NOW WRITING A BLOG?
    I HOPE YOU ARE HAPPY AS THE PROVERBIAL BI-VALVE.
    LOVE, SHERRY

  2. Madeleine says:

    Living Underwood typewriters may find a certain cognitive resonance with Mr. Salad Monday.

    http://www.tor.com/stories/2009/10/mr-salad-monday#message

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