Touted as being the most extraordinary writing space in NYC, their motto is “stop procrastinating – start writing”. There is no such thing as “writer’s block” in New York City’s first nonprofit, shared writing workspace that is open 24/7. Essentially the resource for writers living in or visiting the city, the venue sits in Astor Place in a penthouse loft at the crossroads of the East and West Village. It is a silent sanctuary for writers of all genres.
What a coworking member is saying about Writers Room:
“Clean, bright, spacious and quiet – The Writers Room is the affordable alternative to working at home.”
Founded by writers for writers, the large and airy penthouse space has inspiring views of the Empire State Building and more than 200 members who share its dynamic space. There is a strict no talking/no phone/no noise policy in the communal work area, ensuring a productive environment.
Coworking members have high-speed internet access, a LexisNexis account, storage for computers and research materials, napping areas decked out with comfy armchairs and chaise lounges for when the brain needs a rest and a separate kitchen/dining room for when the hunger pangs attack. There is onsite staff to help you with any dramas and a separate telephone alcove for a private call.
Coworkig souls also have a featured placement and listing of your published titles on The Writers Room website. You will receive invites to engaging writers’ workshops and organized events where you will have the chance to flash your gorgeous smile and be able to chat with colleagues.
This is a coworking venue for established authors, emerging writers and those who demonstrate serious intent. Jump onto their website and check out the application requirements.
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