This week we asked Jay Ruzesky, author of “The Narvarian Treaty” in Issue 133, to show us his writing space. Here’s what he decided to share!
“I can’t tell you where I write; let’s just say it’s a secret location on Vancouver Island and it’s just a little more discreet than the bat cave. If I showed it to you, you would have to ‘disappear into the witness protection program’. I can, however, show you the floor-to-ceiling, double-sided bookshelves that are the wall between my living room and my wife’s office. It’s not the shelves I couldn’t write without, but they hold the books I keep coming back to and which are food for my own work. I can’t do without a good pair of walking shoes – walking is thinking for me. And coffee, but that should go without saying.”