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Font God, font spirit?

Walking today along the Eastern Promenade’s lower trail, I stopped by the Yacht Services to show Iver (in my backpack) a boomtruck that was stacking floats, an autumn task. The kid loves wheels and trucks, and the older man and woman who had also been checking out the truck, loved the baby, made googly eyes, asked how old he is, and we started to talk. Turns out, the man is Mike Parker, a giant in the world of typographic development, as I learned this evening from this article. On the trail he didn’t tell me his name, but couldn’t stop telling me the real story of how Times New Roman, the typeface, was invented, and how he’d recovered the first version of the font and reconstructed it based on original drawings. He released the new font, called Starling, in 2009. It was easy enough to find his real name on Google, and that his ex-wife is writing a biography of him, called Font God.

I’m just pagan enough to read this as a clear message about what font to use this for the book…

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