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moleskinerie: Snapshot: Michael Pokocky

This is the Snapshot of me via Molsinerie http://www.moleskinerie.com/2010/02/snapshot–1.html

If you’d like, please visit the link above and leave a comment.

For your kindness and friendship,

Michael Pokocky

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Every week in 2010 we will shine the light on a Moleskine user across the globe, this week’s snapshot is on Michael Pokocky. If you want to be featured in upcoming weeks, please email us!

Introducing:

Name: Michael Pokocky

Age: 55

Current City: Montreal

Job: Diarist: Observer and recorder of people, places and things.

Website: http://www.redroom.com/member/michaelwpokocky

Social Network Twitter: @michaelpokocky https://twitter.com/michaelpokocky

Questions:

1) What is your current Moleskine notebook?

Moleskine Plain Notebook (small and medium)

2) How do you use your notebook?

Thoughts germinate in my brain take a direct path to my hand filling notebooks with novels,poems,sketches and notes. see Moleskinerie: The Notebooks of Michael Pokocky. I also collaborated with Kev Moore and Miki a musician and a painter from Spain on the video trailer of my novel One More Day featuring Moleskine and other journals.

3) What’s the next place you plan to take your notebook to?

Heading out the door to Cafe La Chocolaterie Marie Claude.

4) What do you want to tell the world?

Had an idea and no pen and journal so I wrote it in the dust of my dashboard and took a photo with my cell phone.

5) Where will you and your notebook be in 5 years?

I will be on a beach in Greece sitting under a cabane writing.

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March 14, 2010 - Posted by | news, writing

2 Comments »

  1. Hey! great to see you Michael. You know, one day we might just wander into that Chocolaterie you frequent on our travels!

    Comment by kevmoore | March 14, 2010

  2. Bonjour, Michael… As Kevin says: great to see you, nice photo of you! Canada is certainly on our travel list, how fun it would be to find you there by surprise! But i guess it will have to be in the next 5 years… but if we can’t do it in time, we will find you too under the Greek cabane…

    Comment by Miki | March 15, 2010


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