Age of Invention: How To Get Writing Done

My friend Saloni Dattani recently wrote a good piece on her approach to writing. I follow many of the same rules: that criticism of style is not to be taken personally, that nuance can be the focus, and that it’s better to be precise than sound clever. I especially agree with the notion that it’s on the writer to be understood rather than on the reader to understand. Reading’s already hard work. It’s the writer’s job to make it as easy as possible.

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