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There are two types of writers, Schopenhauer once observed, those who write because they have something they have to say and those who write for the sake of writing. Write for your college newspaper. Send query letters to agents.

I was lucky enough to actually get this advice. Combine this with the fact that I was too self-conscious to tell people that I wanted to be a writer, I became one in secret. I have a column with a major newspaper. I get paid to write professionally. A fair amount of aspiring writers email me about becoming a writer and I always say: The problem is identifying as a writer. As though assembling words together is somehow its own activity. And that end is always to say something, to speak some truth or reach someone outside yourself.

Deep down, you already know this. Take any good piece of writing, something that matters to you. Why is it good? Because of what it says.

Because what the writer manages to communicate to you, their reader. Good writing saves nothing. On the other hand, a deep, compelling or stunning message can float writers who struggle to even complete a sentence. It was working at American Apparel, watching the office politics and learning how to get stuff done.

It was dropping out of college at It was saying yes to every meeting and introduction I got, and hustling to get as many as I could on my own. It was reading dozens of books a month. It was going to therapy. It was getting into pointless arguments.

It was having friends who are smarter than me. It was living briefly in the ghetto. I was able to write about the dark side of the media because I put myself in a position to see it firsthand. All these things gave me something to say.

They gave me a perspective. They gave me a fucked up writing style that makes my voice unique. They gave me opinions that tend to piss people off. There are many ways to become a writer and though my way worked for me, you may prefer a different route. So you can take that part or leave it. But another part of it is an undeniable change in the economics of the business of writing. You had to impress some gatekeeper and that gatekeeper was an agent or an editor at magazine, at a newspaper or at a book publisher all of whom were typically trained writers.

Well, today there are essentially an infinite amount of outlets to feature your writing. So think about it one more time. Is it that you want to be a writer? Getting the answer to that question right is the day you really become a writer. A new Thought Catalog series exploring our connection to each other, our food, and where it comes from. Reblogged this on Lady English Major and commented: A lesson that I definitely need to learn.

Reblogged this on Polymnia Blues and commented: Life experience is needed to be a solid storyteller. If you think of yourself as a writer, you should read this. That, and generally living for the sake of it! Reblogged this on when natalie blogs and commented: He brings writing back into perspective. I believe, as Ryan Holiday noted in an article recently, that when we are not writing for the mere sake of writing or appearing on Thought […].

Well, the commonplace book is a thread that runs through all those ideas. It what ties those […]. Reblogged this on upandrunaway and commented: Great article that gave me a new perspective on what writing is actually about.

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