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There is a new free space opening in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City on August 2, 2010 for writers, designers, and illustrators.  It is called the Wix Lounge and will come equipped with the essential tools for those of us who wrestle with words: coffee, cocktails, and Wireless Internet.  (Personally I think that the Internets should be banned from any and all studio spaces, especially for those of us gifted with an iPad for our birthday who can’t seem to ever get off the thing and get to work… but I digress).  I am excited to try out the Wix Lounge, especially since most work spaces for writers in New York City are exorbitantly expensive and I find cafes distracting (inevitably I find myself near a couple in the throes of a nuclear war).

What are the community spaces in your neighborhood/town/city where writers can gather to drink and sweat and connect with each other?

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Published Jul 28, 2010 - Comments Off

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