Good art—of any kind—contains three things at a high level: concept, composition and technique. Writing is unique in all the creative arts in that there is no physical element to the technique part of that equation. Sure, there's typing—or handwriting if you're one of those mad folk who write their first draft longhand—but it has nothing to do with the final representation of the work. Probably won't even be in the same font it was written it in. Dance, painting, sculpture, music—all need good physical technique to complete the . . .
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