What Does Your Writer’s Life Look Like?

Collage of AWAI members living their writer’s life

One thing I’ve learned in my 21 years with AWAI is that the writer’s life means different things to all of us … and looks different to all of us too.

I’m working on a special project to document all the different ways the writer’s life can look … and would love for you to be a part of it.

It’s easy … just send me a favorite photo of you enjoying one of the perks of your writer’s life. Please include a line or two to describe your feelings about the photo too. We’ll be publishing these photos in upcoming issues of Week in Review, The Writer’s Life, and more. Thanks!

Go here to send your photo.

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Published: August 10, 2018

2 Responses to “What Does Your Writer’s Life Look Like?”

  1. Looking thru the pictures of "real" writers has ignited my quest for the better life. I'm a retired military officer, so reports writing, checklists, evaluations, etc. were just part of a hectic day. Always on Friday the 4:30 tasking, 5:00pm deadline. So there must be a better way to keep your sanity and enjoy life before it slips away. Getting the Itch.

    Getting the Itch

  2. As a newbie here I'm very excited to find my new life and I love seeing these photos of people who have already done it. It makes it all more real.


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