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.
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workspaces: corwood: Legendary writer Raymond Carver took small moments in American society and crystalised them into pure poetry.
Author Frank McCourt, photographed by Jill Krementz.
Michael Connelly - I can almost imagine Harry Bosch jumping out of those pages
From authors like Edgar Allan Poe, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Virginia Woolf, Jane Austen and Emily Dickinson?
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Susan Sontag at her writing desk
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.
Writers Room for one of my favorite authors, Jhumpa Lahiri
Faulkner House Books occupies the ground floor of a home on New Orleans' Pirate Alley, where William.
The desk Jack Kerouac was using at the time of his death in
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,
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.