The Missing Ink
The Missing Ink reminds us the lost art of handwriting. From the development of ink and the history of fountain pen, we can review why handwriting still matters in today’s world.
It is inspiring to read this book. It would arouse our enthusiasm and prompt our passion towards handwriting.
Philip Hensher is a columnist for The Independent, an arts critic for The Spectator, and one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists. He has written one collection of short stories and eight novels, including The Mulberry Empire, King of the Badgers, and The Northern Clemency, which was short-listed for the Man Booker Prize.