Where writers write - Sharon Clabo

Sharon Clabo and I have never met face to face, but have followed one another's work for years since we exhibited at the same gallery when I was still working as a sculptor. Sharon is a serious writer as well as an accomplished painter. She has mentored me through a couple of books. I asked her where she writes. Here's her answer:

We live in the middle of a lovely woods and I like to write as close to the trees as I can. I sit in a lawn chair in the front yard and write on my laptop. On a good writing day I write for two hours, sometimes more. A huge magnolia I dubbed Grandfather Magnolia, though he is not more than sixty-five years old, provides all the shade I need and a fan (compliments of my main muse, potter Jim Sandefur) serves to blow away mosquitoes. On rainy days and in winter I write either in my recliner in the living room, or at the kitchen table. As you see, I am flanked by two other muses..Jesse dog and Maggie cat. A few feet away and to my right is Jim's banana plant..growing fast and beautiful to see. Sorry I’m wearing those socks.

Sharon's paintings

Henry's books

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing this, Henry, and for the kind and generous words. I always feel privileged to be able to read any part of your work ahead of publication..not that there's ever much to do but stick in a comma here and there or spot a wee typo!

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    1. Thank you, Sharon, for letting us have a glimpse into your personal writing space.

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