This is a fabulous weekly feature from TNQ that offers a peek into the working spaces of each issue’s writers, along with inspiring anecdotes and tips from the authors. Definitely a blog worth following.
My writing space is among the first of many to be featured in the coming weeks from authors whose work is in Issue #147 of The New Quarterly, released this summer.
My story, On Sulphur Mountain, is one of eight fiction pieces in the current issue. (There are also great essays and poems.) Subscribe and get digital access to the magazine or a year’s worth of gorgeous print journals.)
Feel free to leave a reply here describing your workspace and what you love best about it. (I love the light in mine.)
Have a great weekend.
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