Anne Sexton's Paper Room

An invented writing studio for poet Anne Sexton, who, while working, would leave her phone off the hook with fellow poet Maxine Kumin on the line, and the first to finish her writing would whistle into the phone so that she could read her poem to the other. 

The paper furniture stands upright on paper tabs and fits in a 4 x 5.5" box behind a paper library with a secret door.