Work Hard, Read Hard: Bookish Office Supplies

Work Hard, Read Hard: Bookish Office Supplies


There’s nothing quite like a blank notebook and a freshly sharpened pencil. New office supplies are full of so much possibility, and if they happen to be literary and adorable, so much the better. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite bookish office supplies. Whether you’re plotting your novel, editing your memoir, or penning a letter, we know you’ll find the right tools here.

Pour a glass of your favorite beverage and prepare to heed the advice on these writerly pencils.

Working on your memoir? Get in the right frame of mind with this descriptive mousepad.

Light up your reading nook or home office with this literary lamp.

Commit your own poetry to paper with this inspiring notebook.

This mug is perfect for anyone who likes to start their day with a hot cup of tea.

Taking your work to go? Slip your reading material into this super cute pouch.

You’ll be the envy of your coworkers with this quotable literary calendar.

Looking for a stylish way to attach some papers together? Elementary, my dear Watson.

Loaning a book to your cubicle-mate and looking for a cute way to remind him to return it? Look no further than these adorable bookplates.

Is there anything sweeter than these vintage Wind in the Willow postage stamps? We don’t think so, either.

Drop your literary friends a line with these bookish postcards.

Can’t get enough Louisa May Alcott? No problem.

Getting organized will be a breeze with these sophisticated dividers.

Indulge your inner librarian with this fun and functional date stamp. If you need some library cards to make your mark, well, we’ve got those too!

Jot down your best ideas in these notebooks inspired by the children’s classic.

Elizabeth Rowe
Elizabeth is Bookish's Senior Editor and a graduate of Columbia University's MFA program in Nonfiction Writing. She is based in San Francisco and can frequently be found at Philz with her nose in a book. Her current obsession is the My Struggle series by Karl Ove Knausgaard, and she thoroughly embarrassed herself when she met him shortly after the release of volume four (and she has the photos to prove it).


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