Peek inside famous writers’ bedrooms

Plus, a world leader is accused of plagiarism, writing for free—in 1962, how a buzzword became a musical genre, and more.

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That and more in this edition of the Week in Writing:

What does a writer’s bedroom say about them? Apartment Therapy compiled a slideshow of some famous writers’ bedrooms. Hemingway, Thoreau, Truman Capote, Virginia Woolf. They’re all here. Some look like good writing retreats, others like retreats from writing. View the slideshow here.

Hungary’s President: Plagiarist? Hungarian President Pál Schmitt’ was accused last week of copying significant parts of a PhD thesis he assembled 20 years ago. Being branded a plagiarist is the kiss of death to any writing career. But apparently not to the Presidency of Hungary. Read the story here.

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