Monday, September 23, 2013

A day in the life of shedworker Joanne Harris

Author and shedworker Joanne Harris (see our exclusive interview with her here) has written a nice piece about her 'normal' working day. Here's a snippet:
"When it was built, two years ago, the shed was bare and monastic. I didn’t have any internet - I wanted to avoid distractions. Since then, I’ve accumulated: books, an armchair; an enormous tree-root; candles; a kettle; some artwork; a kite; a Chinese parasol and many, many tea-mugs. Turns out I thrive on distractions. I also have the internet, partly because I was tired of having to run to the house to check my e-mails and messages."
You can read the rest of the piece on her tumblr. -------------------------------------------------------------------------
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