The Writer's Desk

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Random House, 1996 - Photography - 110 pages
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In lavish duotone photographs, Jill Krementz's The Writer's Desk provides an insider's view of the working lives of some of the world's most prominent authors. Accompanying each photograph is the writer's own commentary on the creative process or musings on individual work habits and habitats. This is a book for anyone and everyone who loves to read.

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User Review  - Carissa - Goodreads

Jill Krementz allows us into the personal writing space of over 50 writers through photographs she took between the 1960s and 1990s. Each photo captures a writer in situ and includes a brief passage ... Read full review

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User Review  - False Millennium - Goodreads

It was interesting to look at this book because it was produced at a time when writers were using longhand and legal pads, typewriters (manual and electric) and computers, including a few laptop users ... Read full review

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Krementz is an acclaimed photojournalist.

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