|A fresh bunch of newly-jacketed Mirado Black Warriors from our bindery|
I've had the great privilege of writing a guest post on a wonderful blog that I enjoy called Palimpsest. Lito Apostolaku, based in London, writes beautifully on writing instruments and more here, on topics as varied as antique inks to Samuel Pepys to Charles Dickens. My post for Palimpsest is about my favorite pencil, the Mirado Black Warrior, but the part I'm most eager to share with you is the poetry of Billy Collins on marginalia--
"...we pressed a thought into the wayside, planted an impression along the verge..."--lovely! To visit Palimpsest, just follow the link below.