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The Community: An Introduction & Giveaway

Hello everyone,

I will be doing a second giveaway this week in celebration of my new site page and poll for the site’s direction! I would like to direct you to  437 more words

Penmanship

Odds & Ends: J. Herbin Lie de Thé Review & Giveaway

Welcome, fellow Wanderers!

Tonight I’m giving away one of my favourite inks of the brown variety: Lie de Thé. If you’re a tea person, this is your kind of fountain pen ink. 604 more words

Penmanship

Odds & Ends: The TWSBI Classic Review

Welcome back to Odds & Ends!

Tonight I’ll be taking a quick look at the TWSBI Classic, a pen that is less popular, yet (at least for me), stands out from the crowd. 676 more words

Penmanship

Cursive Schmursive: If It's Legible, Who Cares?

If I were looking for a new job — I’m not, you know, but if I was — there’s a new skill I can add to my resume: Handwriting Translator. 1,019 more words

Humor

Site Update & Winner Announcement

Hello again,

I hope you all had a fun Halloween! Mine was spent writing… I swear I have a bit of a life. NaNoWriMo is here, and I’m sure many of you are tip-tapping away or even scratching away on paper. 425 more words

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Quill

Pull back, enter page, like arrow from bow,
As one wields a sword, to ebb and to flow.
Chaos and harmony, in minds and in souls,

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Poetry

American Life in Poetry: Column 657

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE

I was deeply moved by this week’s poem, which shows us the courage of a person struggling with a disability, one that threatens the way in which she wishes to present herself. 225 more words