Hans Zimmer’s work space gives me serious office envy. More than riches, this is what I covet as part of my dream to be a successful writer/filmmaker/storyteller–a badass work space.
Photos via Stuck in Customs.
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This Week: Deliciously Awful Literary Mashups, Introducing the Facebook Novel & Quasimodo Was Real (Kind of)
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A wonderful essay over at The Millions on where we write and on making do with what you’ve got.
Introducing the Facebook novel.
Here’s John Waters’ secret to reading a lot.
What reading challenging books does to your brain. (All good things, I promise.)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame‘s eponymous Quasimodo may have actually been based on a real person.
Would you be seen in public reading science fiction? This lady wouldn’t mind, but then again, I think she’d prefer to read it in private. If you know what I mean. Har.
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