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I recently addressed this question over at the Stackexchange Emacs site, but that post is more geared toward Emacs users. I'll say a couple of things here about general advantages/challenges of this platform for people who might be less familiar with it. As a sidenote, my most recent novel was written using Emacs. DOWNSIDES Learning Curve : Emacs has a ...


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As someone who also gets frustrated at the layers of complexity that are inherent in modern packages and often falls back to notepad as a means of just getting down to a basic editor I did particular enjoy the thought of doing any sort of creative writing in vim. (that would be impressively hardcore!) So I've particularly enjoyed this question (I should ...


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A modular approach offers the most flexibility. The problem is that every book I write I do it differently, and no software is flexible enough to both offer all possible options and be free of clutter. I use a mix of taking notes in paper notebooks, outlining on loose paper and small file cards (with the help of scissors, glue, colored markers and a large ...



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