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Online Only, posted 8.20.08

Do you have a special place where you sit down (or stand up) to write every day? Whether it's a traditional desk surrounded by your favorite books, a little space cleared away at the kitchen table, or a slightly more exotic locale, send us a photograph of it.

Poets & Writers Magazine is looking for photographs from readers for a potential slideshow at pw.org/magazine. If you’d like to submit, send your images electronically, set to 300 dpi and saved as a jpeg, to editor@pw.org. Include your full name and city and state of residence in the e-mail. Type “My Writing Space” in the subject line.

Due to the nature of this project and our limited budget as a nonprofit, we will not be able to pay for usage of your photographs. By submitting to this call for photographs, you are confirming that you own the copyright to the images and can grant usage, and that you are agreeing to allow Poets & Writers Magazine to publish your photograph(s) in an online slideshow of writing spaces.

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