AUTHOR WORK-SPACES: Gardiner, Segura, Ulfelder and Wilson

This is our latest in a series of author’s sharing photos of where they work when they create the great books we love to read. I find it interesting that the work spaces seem to be a different at the writing styles.
If you click on the photos you can see them larger.

Meg Gardiner:
In the last year I have moved from London to Austin. Much of my upcoming novel was written on airplanes. When the tray is not in an upright position, it works as a desk.

Meg Gardiner

Meg Gardiner

Steve Ulfeder:
Believe it or not, the attached is a photo of my favorite workspace: the mall in Natick, Massachusetts! Twice a week, I come here and bang out 2000 words. The wireless is great, there are outlets for charging your laptop, and of course the coffee options are limitless. The only drawback? Soft rock on the sound system all day. Ouch. One reason I like working here is to show up all the Brooklyn punks who think this Amtrak residency deal is so precious. Let them write on the train; I’ll write at the mall and outproduce them all day long.

Steve Ulfelder

Steve Ulfelder

Alex Segura:
My riveting work space! I write from our dining room table – surrounded by page proofs, reference (in this case, a morbid true crime book) and my laptop. On nice days, I can look out the window.

Alex Segura

Alex Segura

F Paul Wilson

F Paul Wilson