Monthly Archives: March 2005
"Il sagrestano ha l’obbligio di non chiudere presto la chiesa il giovedì santo. I peccatori si aggirano misteriosamente per la chiesa, e colgono il momento che non li vede nessuno, neanche il sagrestano, per introdursi nella stanza oscura dove scendono … Continue reading
Turkeyhead @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR…Note: Moleskinerie will be on auto-pilot for the rest of the week. Emails won’t be opened until we get back on Easter Monday but the comment box troll patrol is on duty. Have fun everyone!
4 Days in Malta is a diary of a Creative Thinking seminar i did in Malta a year ago. I did edit the Moleskine pages, though. Luis Marin MendoView the notebook.Visit his blog.
Here’s an email from our friend, travel writer Rolf Potts: For all of you who are interested in studying creative writing in France this summer, I’ll be co-teaching an intensive writing workshop at the Paris American Academy from July 2nd … Continue reading
"If you ever wanted to have, a 3 color pencil AND a USB memory key, well the new USB Memory Pen from I-O Data is made for YOU! The most amazing stuff… well for a pen is that we can … Continue reading
"The Phoenix Rising" " This is the finished sketch (or a version of it) on the inside cover of one of my Moleskine journals (Meme Journal Volume II), the one that lives perpetually in the hip pocket of my fatigues. … Continue reading
"I watched this guy enjoy the sun and a mocha outside a Starbucks yesterday. Somehow he didn’t look the type, but then I guess all types do enjoy an occasional Starbucks these days. I was caught without my pen and … Continue reading
"It feels good to write at all. Writers love writing; they’re drawn to the empty page like moths to a flickering flame. However, nothing makes a writer feel as good as when they finally find their pen and their paper. … Continue reading
"I am not shocked to see, with the current popularity of the Moleskine, that someone has finally gotten the idea of producing a knock off. The faux-skine is a dead ringer for the trusty black books except that the cover … Continue reading