Workspaces of Seven Famous Writers

August 6, 2014

writersofficeA writer’s workspace has always fascinated us. How does the space around a creative person inform or impact a work? Does it? What does it say about that person? There are a million ways to guess, but we might not ever know the answer. Here, we give you seven workspaces of highly prolific writers.

What does yours look like?  Let us know! #writersoffice

Truman Capote

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 E.B. White

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Roald Dahl

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Tennessee Williams

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Alison Bechdel

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Edward Gorey (with cats)

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