Author Clyde Edgerton of Wilmington, North Carolina, still uses his vintage manual typewriter to write his novels and short stories. Edgerton's new book is titled "The BIble Salesman". He is pictured here at his wife's parents' home in Medina, Ohio on August, 1, 2008. LISA DEJONG/SPECIAL TO THE OBSERVER
Author Clyde Edgerton of Wilmington, North Carolina, still uses his vintage manual typewriter to write his novels and short stories. Edgerton's new book is titled "The BIble Salesman". He is pictured here at his wife's parents' home in Medina, Ohio on August, 1, 2008. LISA DEJONG/SPECIAL TO THE OBSERVER Lisa DeJong LISA DEJONG
Author Clyde Edgerton of Wilmington, North Carolina, still uses his vintage manual typewriter to write his novels and short stories. Edgerton's new book is titled "The BIble Salesman". He is pictured here at his wife's parents' home in Medina, Ohio on August, 1, 2008. LISA DEJONG/SPECIAL TO THE OBSERVER Lisa DeJong LISA DEJONG

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