MY SPACE…? EITHER A SECURITY DESK AT AN UNKNOWN LOCATION, AT MY BEDSIDE FACING AN N-SCALE TRAIN LAYOUT THAT STILL DOESN’T RUN….OR…IN EXTREME WRITING NEED….ON THE TOILET ( ! ) USING A PAGE OF MY WIFE’S WORD PUZZLE NOTE BOOK TO WRITE A SUDDEN IDEA!!!!!
I began the series on Writers’ Desks with my desk and am ending it (for now) by sharing with you my writing spaces.
First, I want to give a warm recognition to Eamonn McCabe for allowing me to use his photos of famous writers’ desks. Without his photos I never would have had this series. So, thank you Mr. McCabe.
I wish I still had the stories i wrote on my first typewriter.
I keep this photo on the wall of my office as a reminder that I have come a long way.
A poster of Virginia Woolf from a summer doing research in the Bloomsbury district of London, Virginia’s stomping ground.
To remain open, a quote from E.M. Forster on my wall.
My bulletin board has motivational thoughts pinned unto it. “A good story is one…
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