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, using inexpensive fountain pens and lined journals. Who in the 21st century deliberately chooses pen and paper to write fiction over a word processor? After having done it myself, I know a bit about why a writer would choose this old-school method.
Scott Fitzgerald, so he retyped “The Great Gatsby” several times as a shortcut to that objective. “I have read some uncounted number of books and words over the years that all went into my brain and stewed together in unknown and unpredictable ways, and then certain things come out,” Mr. “The output can’t be anything but a function of the input.”But the input can be pushed in certain directions. Susann’s “Valley of the Dolls” on the best-seller list. Sloan started down the road of computer-assisted creation driven by little more than “basic, nerdy curiosity.” Many others have been experimenting with fiction that pushes in the direction of A. Botnik Studios used a predictive text program to generate four pages of rather wild Harry Potter fan fiction, which featured lines like these: “He saw Harry and immediately began to eat Hermione’s family.” On a more serious level, the Alibaba Group, the Chinese e-commerce company, said in January that its software for the first time outperformed humans on a global reading comprehension test. Dick and others; Johnny Cash’s poems; Silicon Valley oral histories; old Wired articles; the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Fish Bulletin; and more. They had been traveling for two years, back and forth between the main range of the city.
A quarter-century ago, an electronic surveillance consultant named Scott French used a supercharged Mac to imitate Jacqueline Susann’s sex-drenched tales. They ring the outermost suburbs, grunting and muttering, and are briefly an annoyance, before returning to the beginning again, a loop that had been destroyed and was now reconstituted.”“I like it, but it’s still primitive,” the writer said.
And once you start writing longhand, you’ll be surprised how many words you can scribble.
With 41 states no longer teaching cursive, handwriting is becoming a lost art.