Where do you write best?
Is it in the quiet space of your familiar office? On a stack of napkins at a quaint restaurant? Or on your phone during that long bus ride home? 192 more words
Part of the writing process deals with the “what” and the “where.”
The “what” is doing the actual writing and the “where” is the physical place you, the writer, feel most comfortable sitting down and getting lost in the words. 381 more words
Two months ago I had a very limited choice of writing spots. They consisted of a cramped bedroom surrounded by bicycles and scattered clothes, a local café where I sensed the owner resented me buying one cup of tea and staying for three hours, and my local park which was rarely dry enough to visit and always less comfortable than I remembered when it was. 705 more words
I’m really looking forward to June, and not just because my new book will be out and I can finally relax, maybe. It’s because I get to go back to this beautiful place in the mist, the Djerassi Resident Artists Program in Northern California, and I get to take a group of fellow YA writers with me. 1,650 more words
I came home from my writing retreat right before the New Year. I can’t spend that night apart from E.
Yaddo is a secretive place. I cannot post photos or give many details, but I can say I shared some inspiring conversations, laughed and learned many things, and slept with the light on because I saw a ghost (maybe) in my bedroom my second or third night. 645 more words