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  1. Hey Guys, I am looking to pick up a Lamy 2000 as my first gold nib pen. I have had a Lamy Aion (M) for a while and really like it (except for the cap rattle, but I've been able to fix that with some tinkering. With the Aion, the medium is good when writing on quality paper (i.e. Rhodia), but when I write on lesser quality (I write on medical charts all day), I find it slightly too bold. I'm really torn as to if I should get it in a Fine or Medium nib because it is an investment. I have been searching all over the DFW metroplex for a place where I could test both to see which one I
  2. Are there any Houston specific pen groups/clubs/facebook groups? If not, would anyone be interested in joining a facebook group if I create one?
  3. A coworker came into my office yesterday. She had entered a raffle to raise money for a friend, and she'd won a custom fountain pen! Since I'm the biggest fountain pen lover in the office, she offered it to me for free. And here's what a I got: A custom pen from Mini Wood Productions (MWP). It's based on their "Füller" series. MWP is based in Conroe, Texas. Their website says that their pens aren't "kit" but rather "create one at a time on a manual lathe." What an interesting pen. The body is aluminum, but pretty thick (making for a heavy pen-- sorry that I don't have a small enough s
  4. jessjordan1

    Cheers From Houston, Texas

    Cheers from Houston, Texas! I'm glad to be here and I hope you can all teach me a thing or two (or a million!). I'm very new to the fountain pen world. I picked up calligraphy last year and was hooked. Calligraphy led to hoarding inks and now, fountain pens! My first order from Goulet Pens arrived today. I have used LAMY rollerballs for years and decided to pick up one of the petrol fine-nibbed fountain pens. I filled a converter with J. Herbin Emerald of Chivor and must say, I'm in love! I also ordered a Noodler's Ahab with the flex nib to have something like a calligraphy dip. As I div
  5. Join Dromgoole's for a pen event with Faber-Castell this Saturday! Saturday, June 20th 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. 2515 Rice Blvd. Houston, Texas 77005 Contact Larry for more details: 713.526.4651 or dromgooles@sbcglobal.net
  6. Join Dromgoole's for a Pen Event with Andreas Lambrou. Saturday, June 13, 2015 11a.m.- 3 p.m. 2515 Rice Boulevard, Houston, TX, 77005 Larry: dromgooles@sbcglobal.net 713.526.4651 See you there!
  7. EricaTX

    Newbie From Texas

    Hello! I've always loved writing with interesting pens and was gifted my first fountain pen years ago by an ex-boyfriend. Well, with the help of a coworker, I am now becoming a little obsessed. In the past month or two, I've bought several new fountain pens and an endless supply of inks. I'm an English teacher by day, just graduated with my master's degree in History, and I've decided that fountain pens and such will be my new hobby. My favorite ink right now is J. Herbin's 1670 Anniversary Rouge Hematite - I can't get enough of it. I currently have several True Writer pens from Levenge
  8. s.s.miles

    Greetings From Houston, Texas

    So, I have had a difficult, on again / off again relationship with fountain pens since grade school, mostly due to my Texan-male-football-trained brain that thought the correct way to do (almost) everything was to use more force; I can't even begin to count the number of bent nibs scattered through my past. After escaping high school in a small West Texas town, I became a classical musician, and then a composer, then a teacher of and for classical composition, and finally an ex-teacher composing musician with severe Rheumatoid Arthritis, and the pain of writing everyday (I refuse to use a c





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