Try a coffee shop, a doctor’s office, a laundromat, a movie theatre, a staircase, a garden.
Write anywhere you wait.
Write by a lake, by a garbage truck. Who cares? You are writing.
Write at the beginning of day, and at the end — when you might otherwise be in the dark cave of sleep.
Write wherever you happen to be.
Write on a cocktail napkin,
the back of your hand, the closet door.
Write in blue ink, in pencil.
Write in crayon. Type, scribble, print, or paint the words.
Write anywhere. Write when you have something to say.
Write when life is rotten. Write when it’s charmed.
Write as you are going out the door,
as you are coming in. Write logically, irrationally. Write when you’re tired.
Write when you remember something unbelievable, or something simple. Something obvious.
Something old that you don’t want to forget again.
Do you really need a special space? I doubt it. You carry whatever you need with you already: mind, eye, breath, thought. And perhaps pen and paper.