Just My Type: 16 Gifts for Your Typewriter-Loving Reader

Just My Type: 16 Gifts for Your Typewriter-Loving Reader


To a writer (or a reader), there are few things more iconic than the typewriter. That’s why we’ve put together this gift guide that features everything from shirts to jewelry inspired by our favorite writing tool. These 16 goodies are perfect for your favorite reader, or for yourself!

Never lose your place with this magnetic bookmark.

You’d be silly to pass up this typewriter key necklace. Every letter of the alphabet is available, plus our beloved ampersand.

Who doesn’t like a good pun with their tea?

Show your love of words by pinning this typewriter to your jacket or bag. And if you can’t get enough enamel pins, check out more of our favorites.

Warning: You’ll make tons of bookish friends when wearing this dress.

Your reading nook won’t be complete until you own this personalized pillow.

Take note: This lined journal is a great gift for budding writers.

Don’t even think of heading to your local indie to buy more books without first grabbing this adorable tote.

Procrastinators may enjoy this mug’s instructions.

This t-shirt sends a subtle, but beautiful message.

Give your fridge some bookish flair with these typewriter key magnets.

This stamp is the perfect way to personalize your library.

Protect your ereader in style with this typewriter-themed cover.

This is totes the only way to haul your books around.

Spruce up your empty walls with this patent poster.

And if you can afford to buy a working typewriter, by all means, buy a working typewriter.

Kelly Gallucci
Kelly Gallucci is the Executive Editor of Bookish.com, where she oversees Bookish's editorial content, offers book recommendations, and interviews authors like Leigh Bardugo, V.E. Schwab, and Sabaa Tahir. She's just coming off of moderating an author panel at New York Comic Con. When she's not working, Kelly can be found color coordinating her bookshelves, eating Chipotle, and binging Netflix with her pitbull. She is a Gryffindor.


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