Why I Use A Fountain Pen

I like to write. Most of the time it’s on a computer, but some things need a tactile approach. I’m also a tad bit old fashioned when it comes to planning anything out. So I use pen and paper. I always get a sense that the ideas are clearer with something tangible in front of me. There are probably studies regarding this but I’m far too lazy to look it up.

Matthew Donnellon is a writer, artist, and sit down comedian. He is the author of The Curious Case of Emma Lee and Other Stories.

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Matthew Donnellon

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Matthew Donnellon is a writer, artist, and sit down comedian. He is the author of The Curious Case of Emma Lee and Other Stories.

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