Recursive Writing Process

The process of writing is described as recursive. This means that the goals and parts of the writing process are often a seamless flow, constantly influencing each other without clear boundaries. The “steps” in the writing process occur organically, with planning, drafting and revising all taking place simultaneously, in no necessary or orderly fashion. The writer rarely pays attention to the recursive patterns. The process unfolds naturally, without attention or dependence on a predetermined sequence. The writing process is a series of recursive activities, which rarely occur in a linear fashion, rather moving back and forth between planning, drafting, revising, more planning, more drafting, polishing until the writing is complete. Forthcoming topics will cover many parts of the process individually, but they go on together as a seamless flow.


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Last updated: 12/18/2017
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