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How to Write 10,000 Words a Week

The most productive writers know that writing is only one step in a larger process

Illustration: Heeje Min Heo

II love writing. Every little goddamn bit of it. Writing is all I think about and all I wanna do. I write for roughly six hours a day, every day. A weekly Funbag column: 4,000 words. A GEN essay: 1,200 words. Another few thousand words for books in process, or one-off…

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Drew Magary

Drew Magary

Columnist at GEN. Co-founder, Defector. Author of Point B.

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