A note on the type

This webpage is set in a typeface that’s a derivative of Times, which is named for The Times newspaper.

However, the font was adjusted and manipulated by the English printer, Roberts, in the late 17th Century, adding a fanciful series of serifs. Later, it was thought that this was the work of the Italian engraver, however, subsequent research indicates it was an acolyte of the original type designer and printer, the Germans, not the Italians, who further refined the shape and texture of the font.

Chosen for its readability as well as the gentle yet playful arch radius and sensual curve of the ascenders and descenders, this font, in its modern variant, we hope you will find that it is buttery, with a slight citric finish and woodsy overtones.

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About the author: Born and raised in East Texas, Kramer Wetzel, settled in a South Austin trailer park before trailer parks were cool. He now lives in San Antonio, Texas.

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  • rhubarb Mar 13, 2011 @ 19:33

    Still reading? Darlin’, how could you even ask such a question? Every scintillating word (ignoring the mundane ones, going for the exotic).

    Read your mini-diatribe / commentary on social media. Why I don’t participate much. Prefer email and texting–select audience, and all that. No one really give a rat’s patoot about the minutiae of life.

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