Who doesn’t love a train ride? Especially writers. You can arrive at your destination rested, the seats are wide and spacious with lots of legroom, and you can actually get some work done as you make your way to your destination. Just try to get a laptop open on today’s coach class airplane seats. I dare you.
Even legal thriller dude Scott Turow famously wrote his first novel on a commuter train.
Guerrilla reader Irene Turner has, well, a rather different take on the topic. Here she is reading her piece How Not to Get Work Done on Amtrak. It appeared in Gargoyle Issue 56.