The future of writers is here, and it’s about to be defined by the best keyboard for them.
For now, here’s how to get started.
Learn the keyboard: For most of us, writing has always been about finding a place to put words and the emotions they conjure up.
But with the advent of modern technology, that’s no longer the case.
“It’s like if you have a house, and there are stairs,” says Steve Kogan, a writer in Seattle who has written for Wired, the Atlantic, and the Atlantic Monthly.
“You have to go up the stairs.
But if you’re using a keyboard and a mouse, it’s much more natural.”
Think outside the box: Writing on your own is actually a good idea, says John C. Lilly, author of the new book The Writer’s Keyboard: How to Write in an Age of Information.
“The reason is that your brain is very good at using multiple layers of information,” he says.
“That’s the beauty of writing.
The problem is that it’s not really possible to use a single layer of information to express the same emotion as multiple layers.
It’s not easy to be able to be at the top of your mind and to express what you want to say.”
Take a break: You don’t have to write every day, Lilly says.
But you can take some time to write.
“There’s a reason why you’re writing in the morning, right?
It’s just that it can help you be more productive at the end of the day,” he explains.
“And it’s the same reason why a writer is writing when he or she’s going to bed.
You need to write while you’re at the edge of your sanity.”
Don’t settle for a monochrome: It’s a shame that writers who work from home are so dependent on technology, says Lorna Clements, author and former editor of the New York Times bestselling book The Way of the Writer.
“A lot of writers who are really in touch with their emotions write monochromatic,” she says.
When we think about the word ‘monochromacy,’ we think of something like, ‘I’m a painter.’
But monochroma is not a good way to express emotion.
You have to express it in a way that’s not a monotone, and you have to use the language of your writing.
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One of the best things I learned about writing from a teacher was to ask myself, ‘How would I feel if I could write a poem that I’m not sure if I’d want to read?'” he says, adding that it makes writing easier when you’re able to write from your head.
Find an environment: Writing is a great way to explore your emotions, says Kogan.
“I love being in a room with a blank page,” he adds.
“Just be in the room and feel what’s going on.
And then I’m going to get the words and put them together.
That’s really important.”
Write from your own voice: Kogan says that he likes writing from his own voice, because he knows that his writing will express that emotion.
“As a writer, you’re the one that has to think about what you’re going to say,” he notes.
“If you’re not thinking about it, it will sound stupid.
And so I have to think a lot about how to make that sound intelligent.”
Create your own story: Lilly recommends that you start by creating your own personal story.
“We all have our own story.
If you have the opportunity to tell a story, it is very important that you do it,” he recommends.
“Doing something like that, in a book, is very exciting, because it’s a way to show that you have that voice and that thought process that you need to be a great writer.”
Learn a new skill: You need the skills to write and draw, and even if you don’t, you still have to learn something new.
“All of us are really good at drawing and writing,” Clements says.
The best way to learn those skills is to do them in a classroom setting.
But there are other great options: “There are so many places online that you can go and learn about writing and drawing, so you can practice all the things that you learn,” Lilly says, pointing to the New Writing Workshop.
Get your first real job: As a writer for the last few years, Lilly has found a new job and is now a full-time writer.
“Now I have a real job and I get paid for it,” says