I read today that Stephen King wrote "Carrie" in the laundry room of a single-wide trailer he was living in with the typewriter balanced on his knees (true??) Hunter S. Thompson cranked out "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" during an 8-day binge in a Ramada Inn near L.A. and what he wrote during those 8 days was what was published (no editing besides spelling, no re-writing). Any other anecdotes like these of writers producing famous pieces from obscure places in obscure ways? I find them quite inspiring. I'm sure it's been done here before but I thought it would be neat to hear of any others.