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Periodically, the library invites an individual that it admires to respond in writing to a book from the library that engages them. The majority of work produced from the library is visual in nature, yet the library contains a tremendous amount of written material that also merits attention. Word Processor is an initiative that encourages critical investigations of the wide-ranging information, attitudes and ideologies contained within the library's collection.

For the current installment, DeSales Harrison presents Basic Radio, a self-examination of the amateur tube-amp builder in relation to Marvin Tepper's, Basic Radio, Vol. 3 (1961). You can read it here.

Previous installments of Word Processor

201604/22Aurora Tang Indoor Plants
01/13Ada Smailbegović Some Disordered Interior Geometries
201506/15Todd Shalom & Niegel Smith Lifesaving
02/09Karen Gregory Serios Matters
01/14Tim Schwartz The Right to Be Let Alone: Privacy in the United States
201411/20Chloé Wilcox Without a Trace
10/14Mirene Arsanios NUN
06/10Rachel Levitsky Tomorrow People
04/21Ethan Spigland Continuity
03/10Maia Murphy Familiar with Apparition
01/22Christopher Beccone The Architect and the Computer
201312/09Rachael Wilson Field Trip: The Plants of Virgil's Georgics
10/28Shannon Mattern Bureaucracy's Playthings
09/23Tisa Bryant Well Nourished and Well Protected
08/12Will Saunders The Reanimation Library: Collection or Assemblage?
07/01Terri. C Smith A 1972 Primer for Gender Co-dependence During Confusing Times
05/23Bruna Mori On Considering Chris Markert as Part of the Self-help Genre
04/18Colin Dickey Abyssal Alphabet
03/04rahel aima Arthur C. Clarke's July 20, 2019: Life in the 21st Century
01/28Nelson Harst Atlas of Misreading
201212/03Lawrence Abu Hamdan Sound and Ultrasonics
10/15Craig Epplin Making Puppets Come Alive: A Method of Learning and Teaching Hand Puppetry
09/04Nancy Goldring Walls: Enrichment and Ornamentation
07/02Corina Bardoff The Observer's Book of Weather
05/14Susan M. Lee How Do They Get Rid of It?
04/02Elizabeth Zuba Hypnography: A Study in the Therapeutic Use of Hypnotic Painting
02/16Kurt Gottschalk A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates
01/03Mairead Case The Shocking Truth About Water: The Universal Fluid of Death
201111/14Jim Hanas Advertising Procedure
10/13Christian Hawkey A Study of Splashes
08/16Sarah Leonard Possibility of Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe