Chelsea Moran has always had a fascination with the past, and this feeling of “temporal dysphoria” is why she writes on a typewriter. There is an unprecedented beauty that surrounds this writing tool. An energy that has been nullified by the mundane materialization of the internet. It holds no distractions, it is not electrical, there are no backspaces and no spell-check. It allows for the word vomit of thoughts to be tangibly expressed with no alteration. There is an affinity to such a process, even a clarity.rnrnAnd that is how this all began, with a typewriter and a girl who had something to say.