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We want to hear your news and views on the writing world, your advice for fellow writers – and don’t forget to tell us what you would like to see featured in a future issue...

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TYPO NEGATIVE

On a coffee break during a very unproductive day where I was constantly interrupted by the cacophony of computerised communication, I was leafing through WM and discovered Clive Brooks had the answer. In his article, Unplugged (WM, Nov), he recommends ways to avoid distraction and his first suggestion was a typewriter.

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