This chapter explores how space, place, and mobility facilitate or frustrate agency in writing and reading. It briefly sketches how physical environments, and the experiences and memories of such environments, make it easier or more difficult to write. The chapter discusses the places where students actually do their writing, which are largely outside of school. It explores the university as both an institutional and a physical space and how a writing center can work within that space to create a stronger sense of agency. The chapter discusses mobility and digital spaces with attention to how they work on constructions of literate identities, including in terms of language. The importance of finding a space favorable for writing is taken for granted when it comes to professional authors. The different physical space of a writing center is also a metaphor for its different institutional and pedagogical space.