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You Are Your Handwriting

Drew Magary tries to undo decades of bad penmanship by following four simple rules

Illustration: Laurie Rollitt

I am a writer who can’t write. If you ever saw my actual handwriting, the jig would be up. I’ve written books, and sometimes I inscribe them for people, and when I do, it looks like I’ve defaced my own work. One time, I made a mistake while signing a reader’s book and had to do that…




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Drew Magary

Drew Magary

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

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