Edna St. Vincent Millay

Edna St. Vincent Millay's home opens to public

Vincent Millay's home opens to the public. Nobody was allowed in Edna St. Vincent Millay's book-lined private library, not even her husband, where she made her intentions clear by hanging a handmade sign from the ceiling that read, SILENCE.

Mark Twain

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Raymond Carver

workspaces: corwood: Legendary writer Raymond Carver took small moments in American society and crystalised them into pure poetry.

Frank McCourt, photographed by Jill Krementz.

Author Frank McCourt, photographed by Jill Krementz.

Michael Connelly

Michael Connelly - I can almost imagine Harry Bosch jumping out of those pages

Edgar Allan Poe Cottage

From authors like Edgar Allan Poe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Virginia Woolf, Jane Austen and Emily Dickinson?

8 Literary Homes You Can Buy Right Now

8 Literary Homes You Can Buy Right Now

Maybe not comfy reading places - this is an article on 8 Literary Homes You can buy right now.

Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag at her writing desk

Writer's Shed, Hackney, London, UK © Wai Ming Ng

Writer’s Shed / WSD Architecture

Built by WSD Architecture in Greater London, United Kingdom with date Images by Wai Ming Ng. Weston Surman & Deane Architecture were commissioned by an author and illustrator to design and build a studio sp.

Jhumpa Lahiri

Writers Room for one of my favorite authors, Jhumpa Lahiri

Where Writers Write - William Faulkner - Writers Write Creative Blog

Faulkner House Books occupies the ground floor of a home on New Orleans' Pirate Alley, where William.

Virginia Woolf’s bedroom

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Jack Kerouac

Where Writers Write: The Homes of Jack Kerouac

The desk Jack Kerouac was using at the time of his death in

Writers' rooms: John Richardson

Writers' rooms: John Richardson

John Richardson: I had always wanted to live in an enfilade, with doors down one side opening from one room into the next,

English writer Aldous Huxley lived in this one-bedroom cabin, where he wrote Ends and Means in the 1930s. He was also known for Brave New World and Doors of Perception.

Sleep in the Homes of These 8 Literary Legends

Sleep in the Homes of These 8 Literary Legends: English writer Aldous Huxley lived in this one-bedroom cabin in San Cristobal, New Mexico, where he wrote Ends and Means in the He was also known for Brave New World and Doors of Perception.

Classic Authors' British Houses On Google Maps

Classic Authors’ British Houses On Google Maps

Famous (Late) British Writers Homes

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