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Woody Allen and the first typewriter he ever bought. "Woody Allen bought his Olympia portable SM-3 typewriter when he was 16, and he’s used it to type every single thing he’s written since then. “It cost me 40 dollars. The guy told me it would be around long after my death.” When he needs to cut and paste, he cuts and staples."

Woody Allen’s typewriter, scissors, and staplers Woody Allen bought his Olympia portable typewriter when he was and he’s used it to type every single thing he’s written since then.

Ted Kooser in his writing shack out behind his house in Garland.  Beyond this room is a beautiful golden pond.

Ted Kooser in his writing shack out behind his house in Garland. Beyond this room is a beautiful golden pond.

Roald Dahl's Writing Shed

Roald Dahl's writing shed, picture gallery From the New York Times Magazine, 2006

Pablo Neruda's writing room in Chile  as depicted in the book "Pablo Neruda: Absence and Presence" by Alastair Reid

Pablo Neruda's writing room in Chile as depicted in the book "Pablo Neruda: Absence and Presence" by Alastair Reid

Vladimir and Vera Nabokov, working at home, uncredited

25 Fascinating Photos of Famous Writers at Home

Hillary Mantel: Insights don't usually arrive at my desk, but go into notebooks when I'm on the move. Or half-asleep. If I feel travel would broaden the mind, I take my laptop up a spiral staircase, to a little room under the asylum clock. Some preliminaries happen at the huge notice board in the kitchen, where I am building my novel on Cromwell. It helps me structure a book if I can see what I'm doing. The chronological line and the flashbacks get worked out on postcards...

Writer's rooms: Hilary Mantel

I write in the main room of our flat, at the top of a former Victorian asylum in Surrey. My desk was made in Norfolk in serviceable pine. It is arranged in layers, as a working model of my mind.

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