These fonts are free for any use, as per the enclosed readme files. I would like to hear about any use you might get out of them, however, so leave feedback.
If I made a half-hearted attempt at forging Lewis Carroll's handwriting, it might look something like this. It is a riff on Jaz's classic font Lewis Carroll but with a more even line weight.
This is a font I scribbled out and forgot about, unless perhaps someone else had been scribbling out fonts in my style and hiding them on my harddrive.
In a small room in a large building, a man with a ballpoint pen is pretending to be a typewriter. He makes clickety-clackety noises, and his handwriting looks like Tye Spices. This is a hand-scribbled echo of my earlier font Tye Paloon, which already wasn't quite a typewriter font.
This font began as a scan of an alphabet drawn by the illustrator Maxfield Parrish. The original had neither an uppercase N, numerals, nor any punctuation besides a period and a comma. I extrapolated what the rest might look like, including a range of characters with diacritical marks.