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Author: Enon Avital

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A look behind the scenes of every Dapper Notes edition: Pocket notebooks made from scratch, by hand, by Enon Avital.
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I am joined by Marcie Alvis-Walker, an educator and writer who runs Black Coffee with White Friends, alongside Mockingbird History Lessons for Adults, and the Cream & Sugar book club. We discuss the importance of choosing to dedicate time towards doing good, making sure that we vote for leaders who aren't cowards, and Parable of the Talents by Octavia Butler whose work is pertinent now more than ever. Links: The Leaders Dapper Notes edition (a collaboration with BCwWF) Black Coffee with White Friends Mockingbird History Lessons Cream & Sugar Book Club Color of Change Harry Potter and the Sacred Text Simon Walker, font designer Parable of the Talents by Octavia Butler
Going back to June 2018 and the Sugar Shack edition Also in this episode: Pencils and Pads "Sugar Shack" by Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs
All about the brand new Bookhead Club subscription packaging, why I made it and what comes inside. Plus: Dapper Notes masks. Why now, what went into making them, and unsolicited advice from yours truly
Today's episode is the very first time I have a conversation with the artist who collaborated with me on an edition. We have Kim Charlery of Bandbox who loves to live colourfully and inspires us with a fresh perspective, an infectious laugh, and lots of Soca music vibes. Follow Kim over at @thebandboxofficial, and online at Get the collaborative Caribbean Moscato edition at Listen to Teddyson John on Spotify Songs in this episode: I pray and Allez (both by Teddyson John)
Subscribe to the BTS newsletter The Hey, Mood edition Visit Nero's Notes
The Bark & Rye edition How Bark & Rye was made (a 44-second video) The original behind-the-scenes video from 2016
One Eye Open at Notegeist
See all of the easily visible June releases: For everything else, listen to this episode.
Donate to the Equal Justice Initiative Get the Bring Us Together edition
The NY Rhapsody edition Watch the New York Rhapsody short film
Visit Black Coffee with White Friends
This is Dapper Notes' first-ever dialogue episode. I brought on Stuart Lennon of the 1857 Podcast and Nero's Notes fame to help me talk through what's happened to Dapper Notes and how I could possibly get back up and running again. After you've listened to this episode, kindly send in your feedback through this form: Thank you! Links and show notes: The 1857 Podcast My interview on 1857 Nero's Notes New York Rhapsody Film
The new Jaimes edition: Find Gustavo Jaimes at:
Lots of personal life updates, but more importantly: there's a new branding for Dapper Notes and a brand new website! ---- Article from 2018: ---- Since there was such a long pause, this episode is mark as #1 in season 2. Here's to a fresh start in 2020.
MASSIVE new collaboration, and lots of news. The Homestead collection is out, a collaboration with Gia Graham (@iamgiagraham). Plus: The biggest Dapper Notes sale, ever. With free U.S. and Canada shipping. Shop now through Dec 23rd at
It's Black Friday / Analog Monday at Dapper Notes, and along with it comes the brand new, fuzzy, adorable, soft: Monster Ami edition. Available for pre-order 11/28/19 at noon through 12/3/12 at midnight Also on this episode: 1857 Podcast Nero's Notes Wood & Graphite
On this episode, the spreadsheet for calculating how long it takes to make a Dapper Notes notebook. Plus, announcing the Start Today edition, with a cover design by Lisa Congdon.
The Nitro edition Mystery Packs A special video
I've been a little busy recently, and talk all about what's been going on. We have a lot of catch up to do, but I'm finally well rested after this short season of intensity, and getting back to all things Dapper Notes. The topic this week is: The J. Sugar Edition
The Monster Noa Edition Bookhead Club Nero's Notes