By Joe Hill
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He returned it in perfect operating condition, but it never wrote on its own again. In the three weeks it was at the shop, it lost the habit. As a little girl, Elena had asked her father why he went into the basement each night to make things up, and he had said it was because he couldn’t sleep until he had written. Writing things warmed his imagination up for the work of creating an evening full of sweet dreams. Now she was unsettled by the idea that his death might be a restless, sleepless thing.
Most said there was no market in collections by writers of no reputation, but in time she heard from an editor at a small press who said he liked it, that her father had a ﬁne feel for the supernatural. ” she said. Now this is the story as I ﬁrst heard it myself from a friend in the publishing business. He was maddeningly ignorant of the all-important details, so I can’t tell you where the book was ﬁnally published or when or, really, anything more regarding this curious collection. I wish I knew more.
Wasn’t that the ﬁrst thing you learned in every ﬁction course everywhere? Write what you know? The ghost in the machine wrote about the dead with great authority. After a while, the ribbons for the typewriter were only available by special order. Then even IBM stopped making them. The typeball wore down. She replaced it, but then the carriage started sticking. One night, it locked up, wouldn’t move forward, and oily smoke began to trickle from under the iron ACKNOWLEDGMENTS hood of the machine.