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August 7, 2014 4:14 PM

North Raleigh “Typewriter Guy” writes poems on demand

Every month, Matthew Roth sets up his 1969 Olympia SM9 typewriter at Sola café’s pop-up market and writes poetry on commission. His practice is called “Poems Typed Fresh,” and for $5, his customers receive a typewritten poem created on the spot.

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