Emily Dickinson Notebook
This blank journal is inspired by Emily Dickinson’s writings and gardens. Reproductions of the specimens in the poet’s own pressed-flower collection adorn the front and back covers, and the interior pages are decorated with a single flower on every other spread, sixty images in total. The flowers are from Dickinson’s herbarium, the leather-bound album she filled with botanical specimens that she collected, pressed, and labeled. The herbarium is now in Harvard’s Houghton Library.
Six of Dickinson's richest garden- and plant-inspired poems are interspersed throughout the journal’s pages. The hardcover journal has a mustard-colored cloth spine, delicately lined pages, yellow ribbon marker and a short biographical essay.
5.75” × 8.25”
60 color illustrations