Moleskine in the Medford Mail Tribune


" What’s the attraction?

"It’s the feel and the look. They’re classy and basic black. The cover and the paper feel good," says Karen Chapman, co-owner of Bloomsbury Books in Ashland. "We can’t keep them in stock. They just keep going out of here."

…"They (the smaller ones) go right in your back pocket," says Laramore, an Eagle Point resident. "I love them and use them all the time.

"I do a lot of journaling in them — also collages. They’re very popular in Europe and catching on fast here."

With Moleskines, Mullowney says he has found the perfect solution to all gift problems. He doesn’t just give one, he fills the multi-pocket versions with all manner of keepsakes, letters (from the person), newspaper articles, a poem or postcard, tickets to that special play. "It becomes kind of a mini-museum," he says…"

"THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK: Moleskine notebooks are back in vogue, re-igniting a centuries-old love affair"
By John Darling
for the Mail Tribune


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