The internet is changing everything, and writers are trying to adapt.
The problem is that they’re not doing it fast enough.
This article looks at how digital writers are failing to get to grips with the new digital world.
And the solutions are becoming increasingly complicated and convoluted.
As writers struggle to adapt to the demands of digital writing, we’re being taught by teachers to make too much of a fuss and leave the field to the machines.
It’s time to rethink how to teach writing.
In this episode, host David S. Pizzorno explores the future of teaching.
We’ll hear from the author of the bestselling writing books How to Get a Job, How to Write for a Living and What It Takes to Write an Article of the Year, and how the writer of the New York Times bestseller, The Art of Storytelling, can help teachers and readers improve.
This podcast is brought to you by The Fine Print.
For the first time ever, every episode of the podcast is recorded in front of a live audience.
And to celebrate this special event, we’ll also be featuring a new interview with the author.
You’ll also get your first taste of how this new podcast works, as well as an exclusive bonus interview with The Fine Texts founder, Michael Chasen.
This is a great opportunity to connect with your favorite podcast host, and get a glimpse into the future.
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