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Advances In Penmanship

I recently discovered a couple of vintage fountain pens in a box of discarded cheap ballpoint pens and short pencil nubs. I tossed out the broken plastic ballpoints and pencils but retained the fountain pens.  847 more words

Cultural Highlights

Anniversary Re-Blog (The Written Word)

The written word is a dying art, and that makes me sad, for so many reasons. This is my vent about something that I hope comes back again, but realistically know it never will. 547 more words


In My Pen Case: New Pen Roll, Brown Ink, Scriptus, and NaNoWriMo

I’ve been neglectful of this blog. The main reason is that I don’t really have any reviews pending because well, that would require me to purchase things. 505 more words

Fountain Pen Review

Tips on Teaching Your Children Cursive Writing + New! - Seyes Ruled Paper for Kids

We just got in these two new products from Clairefontaine that we special ordered weeks ago, specifically for handwriting and great for kids, and along with so much great interest from the recent  1,225 more words


A Few Reasons to Learn Cursive Writing + An Article on the Subject in the Globe & Mail

I am so thrilled to tell you that the Globe and Mail published an article on the lost art of cursive handwriting and its place in our ever-changing and fast-paced world. 890 more words


Tips on Improving Your Handwriting or Learning Cursive Writing

We just had our Children’s Handwriting Class earlier this afternoon, which was a lot of fun! We had a few kids come over to the shop and I was a bit more prepared this time with some folders and worksheets and my favourite stickers. 767 more words


Is Cursive Writing Obsolete?

Cursive writing is dying and kids can’t sign their names.
This sentence hurts my heart. There is a strong school of thought that believes penmanship is an obsolete skill that kids will never need. 494 more words

Pat Skene