Saturday, July 11, 2009
The Guardian has an ongoing series called Writers' rooms which potraits the spaces where authors create.
Picture above shows the writing space of author Nicola Barker, taken by photographer Eamonn McCabe.
It´s very inspiring to see where classical writers like Virginia Woolf and George Bernard Shaw used to write and the writing spaces of modern authors, very often heavily filled with books, papers and of course, their own energy of creativity.
Thanks to Moleskinerie for finding this.