Where’s your favorite place to write? What space inspires you, helps you be productive and keeps you organized? Without a place to foster their creativity, many writers might not be able to get their work out into the world.
We want to see your #writespace, where the magic happens! Head over to Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest and share an image of your workspace using the hashtag #writespace, then tag @thewritelife.
Need some inspiration? Check out the writing environments and workspaces of these famous artists, writers and storytellers.
1. E.B. White, author
2. Jane Austen, author
3. Mark Twain, author
When you’re struggling to write, sometimes taking a break can help get your creative juices flowing. Perhaps a game of pool would inspire some ideas?
4. Nigella Lawson, chef and food writer
When you’re looking for inspiration, having all your favorite books within arm’s reach certainly can’t hurt.
5. Steve Jobs, inventor
Jobs was well-known minimalist. He described one home by saying, “All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo.”
6. Virginia Woolf, author
This simple desk and chair overlooking the outdoors were ideal for writing, at least in the summer. Woolf noted that this converted toolshed was so cold in the winter that she couldn’t hold a pen!
7. Tina Fey, author and comedian
8. Chip Kidd, book cover designer
Many artists find their creative inspiration in other books, authors and stories.
9. George Bernard Shaw, playwright
Keep it simple with a typewriter, a clean white desk and a small window in a private place. That last one was key for Shaw, who once confessed, “People bother me. I came here to hide from them.”
What’s your favorite place to write? Share your workspace with the hashtag #writespace on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest and tag @thewritelife to join the conversation!