» Blogroll Housekeeping and Looking for New Links

Here on Rhodia Drive, we maintain a blogroll consisting of sites dedicated to paper, pens, pencils, ink, art, art journaling, and writing. It’s about that time of year when I check to make sure all of the current links are still functional and also when I start looking for cool new links.

If you have or know of an awesome blog you think we should consider adding to our blogroll, leave the link down in the comment section and I will be happy to take a look. I can’t guarantee we will be able to use each and every submission, but please know that we are always looking for relevant sites with quality content. Reciprocal linkage is always appreciated.

Oh, and please let me know if you regularly peruse our existing blogroll links.

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Posted on January 9th, 2013 by Stephanie
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I’d love to be added to your blogroll, Stephanie. Thanks for the consideration!

I’m already on your blog roll. …(And I’m hosting a Webbie giveaway next week!)

I peruse all blogroll links. Very interesting.

You might want to consider adding Philofaxy http://philofaxy.com/ quite a lot of people use your products on the blog. Myself included



Would you be willing to move Economy Pens from the Paper/Pen/Ink Blogs to the regular Blogroll section?


Oh, and you should totally considering adding:



Added! Thanks Randall!

Right on Millie, thanks!

Thanks Jeanne, good to know.

Just added it Steve – thanks for letting us know about Filofax users using Rhodia paper.

Alex – I moved your blog and thanks for the links to the two others!

Hi Steph
I use your links when I need inspiration or when my curiosity is aroused, so keep them coming please. My own blogs are just one year old and as one is dedicated to my home town [Margate Kent UK] and the other to old-style analogue photography with plastic film cameras they’ll be too far off-topic for your listings. Maybe I should start one about the UK notebook and journal scene? Thanks anyway

The Revolution! :)

ITALIC HANDWRITING based on the chancery cursive hand of BENNARDINO CATANEO – This is an incredible resource for the art of italic lettering and specifically identifies Rhodia and Clairefontaine paper as the authors exclusive paper of choice. It’s a really comprehensive resource for anyone who might be interested in calligraphy, penmanship and fountain pen use in general. It’s awesome.
Bennardino Cataneo was Writing Master (maestro di scrivere) at the University of Siena, Italy, c. 1544-1560. He’s like The dude!
It’s always exciting for me to find a new use for my collection of Rhodia books. Hand lettering is my new/new again thing.

Bodah – I’ve added the site – much thanks for the suggestion!

Thanks for doing this. I’m not posting as often as before but my blog has lots of ink and fountain pen reviews.


I second my pal Ron. :)
Pencil Revolution! :)

Great suggestions – thanks!


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