If you haven't already, you really should check out our new styles. So fresh they should be called the Fabreeeze journals...
After a flood of requests, we are considering making some Denik T-shirts. Thoughts?
Any of you long time Denikers remember when? Check out the new and improved GALLERY! "Like" and comment on your favorite designs. At the end of the month, we'll choose which designs will be produced as notebooks. Keep sending us your artwork at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be a part of it. http://denik.com/gallery/
We've been lucky enough to have a few more sites feature us for holiday gifts, all highlighting our give back element:
Salt Lake Magazine: Gifts that Give Back: Denik
goodspeaks.org: Join the Growing Movement to Give Gifts That Give Back
Huntsman School Of Business News: Denik, a Company Started By Huntsman Student, Gets Product Featured on Good Morning America and inThe New York Times
Inhabitots.com: Inhabitots’ 2013 Guide to Holiday Gifts That Give Back
Anis Mojgani is a two time National Poetry Slam Champion and winner of the International World Cup Poetry Slam. A TEDx Speaker and former resident of the Oregon Literary Arts Writers-In-The-Schools program, Anis has performed at numerous universities, festivals, and venues around the globe. He has performed for audiences as varied as the House of Blues and the United Nations, and his work has appeared on HBO, NPR, and in the pages of such journals as Rattle, Used Furniture Review,Muzzle, and The Lumberyard. A founding member of the touring Poetry Revival, Anis is also the author of three poetry collections, all published by Write Bloody Publishing: Over the Anvil We Stretch (2008), The Feather Room (2011), and the newly published Songs From Under the River (2013) Originally from New Orleans, he currently lives in Austin TX in a little house with his wife.
In honor of this year's giving tuesday, we are doubling the amount we give per book sold. That means for every product purchased until midnight tonight we will donate $2 to school building. We are also pleased to announce a new line of journals by the late Dan Eldon. Dan Eldon was a Photojournalist, Artist, and Activist. While on assignment, he was stoned to death by an angry mob in Mogadishu, Somalia. He was 22 years old. By the time of his death, he had traveled 46 countries and created numerous journals documenting his travels. The below covers are taken from those journals.
Here are the major sites that have mentioned Denik by name since the TOMS Marketplace launch.
New York Times
Lucky Magazine-Tom's founder Blake Mycoskie mentions us by name
Small Screen Scoop
Good Morning America - Live!