Among those who work mostly or exclusively in longhand
are John Irving, Stephen King, Philip Pullman, Annie Proulx and John le Carre.
Personally, I've written 18 books with a pen in longhand
While legend has it that Obama writes his own speeches in longhand
on a legal pad, a better historical account will show that he offers input and Favreau crafts them.
In her Foreword, Ackerman reports that West's condition has since improved to the point that he has completed the manuscript of a new novel in longhand
And I can guess the age of loyal readers who eschew e-mail and write notes to me in what we used to call longhand
Instead of coming in with a glossed-over computer application, she wrote it in longhand
Briefly, we read from original copy, often written in longhand
by a reporter and more often than not well nigh unreadable, to the reader, who made corrections on a galley proof.
Artobiography is neither a typical written book nor a typical graphic novel; each page is divided into three or four sections, and each section features a black-and-white sketch of a scene from Seiden's life, with a brief yet appropriate caption written in cursive longhand
From holding back on premature editing and using longhand
to avoid mistakes made by computer editing choices to using tips and exercises to streamline the editing process, THE ARTFUL EDIT is packed with insights important for aspiring writers.
Few editors believe anymore that a homespun politician sits at the kitchen table at night and writes in longhand
an op-ed for the local newspaper.
It took about six months to produce - three months to write out in longhand
and another three to type it all up.
You're an admitted technophobe who writes out his novels in longhand