|Faulkner's Greek Revival 1840s home|
|His quaint writing room|
I've done posts on story-mapping, the brainstorming stage, and the revision process. I've read much on other writers' strategies. But I've never seen it in action like I did inside Faulkner's writing room. He outlined one of his books (The Fable, I think?) on two of the walls. It's still there, written in graphite and red grease pencils.
|Part of his plot outline for The Fable|