Printers Tales is a compilation of over 30 stories, from various authors, about the printing industry in the pre-digital age
About the Author
David Hughes trained as a letterpress typesetter in the 1970s, gaining a (now obsolete) City and Guilds qualification at Kitson College of Technology in Leeds, UK.
He worked on the Evening Press in York and the South London Press as a Linotype operator. After retraining on the computerised "new technology" he hung up his apron in the early 90s, mainly due to boredom!
He keeps in touch with the letterpress scene through his printers' nostalgia website "Metal Type."