Eric Squires

Eric Squires
Eric's beginnings with Smokingpipes.com started in 2009 with data entry and quality control, where his appreciation for pipes grew and eventually merged with his creative writing talent. He has since written and edited vast tracts of content for both our website and newsletters, and helped show our younger copywriters the ropes when they've joined us. Eric is another member of our New Jersey faction (he "attended the same high school Lee Van Cleef dropped out of"), and is a fan of Latakia, Semois, strong cigars, and silence. In his own words, "Animals usually adore me, women with any sense of humor giggle school-girlishly at me, and men I grew up with still want to know what I could have possibly been thinking."
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Xu Hai: From Calligraphy To Artisanal Pipe Making

Xu Hai: From Calligraphy To Artisanal Pipe Making

April 28, 2017 by Eric Squires
The American Exposition 2017: The Art of the Accent Stem in American Pipemaking

The American Exposition 2017: The Art of the Accent Stem in American Pipemaking

April 19, 2017 by Eric Squires
Amber Stems and Peterson's Amber Spigot Line

Amber Stems and Peterson's Amber Spigot Line

December 28, 2016 by Eric Squires
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Drucquer & Sons Pipe Tobacco

Drucquer & Sons Pipe Tobacco

September 23, 2016 by Eric Squires
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American Exposition 2016: The Art of Ring Grain in American Pipemaking

American Exposition 2016: The Art of Ring Grain in American Pipemaking

April 13, 2016 by Eric Squires
Mystery Review: February 2016

Mystery Review: February 2016

February 4, 2016 by Eric Squires
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The Luciano 30

The Luciano 30

January 6, 2016 by Eric Squires
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Catching Up With Alex Florov

Catching Up With Alex Florov

December 18, 2015 by Eric Squires
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Catching Up With Alex Florov: Part 2

Catching Up With Alex Florov: Part 2

December 18, 2015 by Eric Squires
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The Radices Working As Hard As Ever

The Radices Working As Hard As Ever

November 9, 2015 by Eric Squires
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