Carolyn’s Team Pick:
Peeking into writers’ offices feels like getting a look in their brains. Peeking into writers’ bedrooms feels like getting a look in their souls.
Apartment Therapy has a look at the insides of 15 writers’ bedrooms, including Virginia Woolf, Flannery O’Connor, Sylvia Plath, Mary Roach, Emily Dickinson, and Henry David Thoreau. If, like I do, you spend a great deal of your procrastination time on the internet looking at the insides of other people’s apartments to avoid looking at the inside of your own, you will really like this gallery. Look, here’s Hemingway:
Let’s talk about this! Sylvia Plath’s looks exactly how you expected it to, agree/disagree.