Draft No. 4: On the Writing Process

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WoozleBryce Allen

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  • You begin with a subject, gather material, and work your way to structure from there. You pile up volumes of notes and then figure out what you are going to do with them, not the other way around.
  • Ideas are where you find them,
  • Alternating between handwriting and computer typing almost always moves me along, but that doesn’t mean it will work for you. It just might.
  • If you are telling yourself you’re a poet, write poems. Write a lot of poems. If fewer than one work out, throw them all away; you’re not a poet. Maybe you’re a novelist. You won’t know until you have written several novels.
  • Fiction, in my view, is much harder to do than fact, because the fiction writer moves forward by trial and error, while the fact writer is working with a certain body of collected material, and can set up a structure beforehand.
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