Swarovski crystal pen

Glam Slam
Get a grip on Swarovski crystals straight from the Oprah Store. 

$56; TheOprahStore.com
Post-It pen

Take Note!
Oprah uses the Post-It flags on the highlighter version of this pen to mark her favorite passages in books—now there's a gel-ink variation, too. 

Post-It Flag + Gel Pen, $6.50 for two-pack; Staples.com
Two's Company pen

A Cut Above
With a silver-plated handle in the style of an antique knife, this scribbler gives new meaning to the phrase "writing utensil." 

Two's Company, $15; FirstComesLove.net  
Parker Sonnet Mono Ball Pen

The Gold Standard
When your old stash of freebie hotel pens just won't do, call on this chiseled-herringbone beauty. 

Parker Sonnet Mono Ball Pen, $105; FountainPenHospital.com 
Rebecca Moss pen

Quick Draw
The slimline rollerball "bullet pen" writes at the speed of thought and is compact enough to fit in any purse. 

$25; RebeccaMoss.com
Fisher Space Pen

Space Age
From NASA missions to your grocery list—a high-tech wonder that writes upside-down and has a 100-year shelf life. 

Fisher Space Pen, $26; CooperHewittShop.org
Fred Flare ballpoint pen

Dress You Up
The humble ballpoint gets a svelte, gleaming-gold makeover. 

$10 for set of five; FredFlare.com
Sherpa Sharpie Collection

The Sharpie Image
This shell adds sturdy brass and splashes of color to your trusty marker-pen. 

Sherpa Sharpie Collection, $30; FountainPenHospital.com

Ready to start writing? Try one of these handsome leather journals