137 episodes

From literature to carpentry, accounting to space travel, the wood-cased pencil and its ancestors have undeniably been at the center of creation and innovation for centuries. Join Johnny, Tim, and Andy on The Erasable Podcast as they discuss and pay homage to these seemingly simple tools of human expression.
Hosted by Johnny Gamber, Tim Wasem, and Andy Welfle.

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From literature to carpentry, accounting to space travel, the wood-cased pencil and its ancestors have undeniably been at the center of creation and innovation for centuries. Join Johnny, Tim, and Andy on The Erasable Podcast as they discuss and pay homage to these seemingly simple tools of human expression.
Hosted by Johnny Gamber, Tim Wasem, and Andy Welfle.

    Episode 138: A Podcast of One's Own

    Episode 138: A Podcast of One's Own

    While March is Women’s History Month, we’re kicking off April with a question based on Virginia Woolf’s 1929 A Room of One’s Own — if you have a room of your own (man, woman, or nonbinary), what does it look like? What kind of stationery is in it to assure maximum productivity? How is this room serving you during remote work? And if you don’t have a room of your own at the moment, what does it look like in your dreams?

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 137: YOLO Pencils (a special live COVID-19 episode)

    Episode 137: YOLO Pencils (a special live COVID-19 episode)

    Social distancing doesn’t mean we need to be socially isolated. On March 23, 2020, while the world is staying indoors and away from others to stem the surging tide of COVID-19, we recorded a special episode live, as Zoom webinar. We talk about how we’re occupying ourselves, our partners and our children with stationery, in order to stay happy and healthy during a supremely stressful time.

    • 1 hr 33 min
    Episode 136: Scrooge McDuckin' Some Pencils

    Episode 136: Scrooge McDuckin' Some Pencils

    We are back from our Baltimore adventure, with stories to tell, tattoos to show off, and to celebrate our six years of podcasting. Tune in as we reminisce about our weekend together and rap about the new spring releases from Write Notepads, Field Notes, and Blackwing.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Episode 135: Live from the Baltimore Pen Show

    Episode 135: Live from the Baltimore Pen Show

    (On February 28, 2020, Johnny, Tim and Andy met up in person — for the first time ever — in Baltimore to hang out, get tattoos, and record an episode in front of a live studio audience at the Baltimore Pen Show. This is that recording.)

    Since we were recording in front of an audience at a pen show, we thought it only fitting to make the case for wood case — pencils, that is. Joined by pen show superstars Ana Reinert and Brad Dowdy, and fellow graphiteer Dade Scolardi from The Weekly Pencil and the RSVP Stationery Podcast, we laid out what we hope is a compelling case for those who are into fancy fountain pens to pick up a humble wooden pencil.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Episode 134: Henry Pencils (with special guests Nicole and Tim Delger)

    Episode 134: Henry Pencils (with special guests Nicole and Tim Delger)

    We have been talking about the exciting new brand and marketing efforts of Musgrave for a few months now. Tonight, we are lucky to have creative directors Nicole and Tim Delger on the show with us, to chat about rebranding an American pencil icon.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Episode 133: The Ponytail Stage (with special guest Caroline Weaver)

    Episode 133: The Ponytail Stage (with special guest Caroline Weaver)

    We are lucky enough to be joined again by Lady Graphite herself, Caroline Weaver. Her new book Pencils You Should Know is out this week! Tune in to hear all about some of the pencils whose stories are featured.

    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

SpeedyHazelnut ,

More fun than you could possibly imagine!

I say this because when my husband told me he was currently enjoying listening to an hour long podcast about wooden pencils I was very skeptical that a podcast so described could even exist, let alone be entertaining. I'm sure I raised an eyebrow.

On a long road trip we listened to several episodes and I was surprised and delighted to find an engaging, interesting and funny new podcast to subscribe to.

The hosts are instantly likeable and relatable, and their rapport and shared passion for pencils can't help but hook you in. It's like a socially acceptable version of eavesdropping on an interesting conversation happening at the table next to you in a bar.

Highly recommended! Be warned, it will inspire you to buy stationery.

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