The Rooms Where Writers Work

The Rooms Where Writers Work – The New York Times


Camille Bordas, author of the new novel ‘‘How to Behave in a Crowd,’’ in the Chicago apartment she shares with her husband.CreditSean Donnola

Camille Bordas


The poet Javier Zamora, whose debut collection, ‘‘Unaccompanied,’’ is out next month, at home in San Rafael, Calif. He planted the garden with his father, and finds that nature figures in much of his work.CreditSean Donnola

Javier Zamora

Danzy Senna wrote her latest novel, ‘‘New People,’’ at home in South Pasadena in the mornings, when her kids were at school. ‘‘There’s a window when my brain is most alert, and I have to take advantage,’’ she says.CreditSean Donnola

Danzy Senna

Danzy SennaCreditSean Donnola

Source: New York Times



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