The Typewriter Project is a series of site-specific literary installations which encourage users to go analog. Governors Island is currently hosting the project’s pilot vessel, New York City’s tiniest writing den–just big enough for a seat, a desk, a typewriter, and you! The typewriter booth allows both seasoned scribners and first time typists alike to come inside and join in a citywide lyrical conversation. The Typewriter Project intends to investigate the subconscious of the city by creating unique spaces in which users can invent and add to the running narrative of each space. Each booth is outfitted with a 100-foot scroll of paper and a hidden USB typewriter kit, which allows every written entry to be collected, stored, and posted online for users to read, share, and comment upon. Look for the rustic, wooden booth situated outside building 555 on Governors Island with a commanding view of the Statue of Liberty and the skyline of lower manhattan.