"My writing room is a detached building at the end of a small concrete garden. The glass ceiling is covered with leaves and squirrels. I used to have the attic in the house and Isabel, my wife, was meant to have this office, but I didn't think she used it enough so I reclaimed it. It's ideal - you can't hear the children and you can smoke."I also like the explanation for the bottles of water - apparently when his daughter Cleo was small she brought them out to the shed and told him that now he never needed to come back into the house again.
Monday, December 03, 2007
The Guardian's excellent weekly series Writers' Rooms has recently featured novelist and critic Martin Amis who works from a garden office. Here's how he describes it:
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