On paper only.
I try to never write on a computer when I'm writing a novel or poetry.
I prefer hard writing. Something about the smell of paper and pencil shavings really gets my creative juices flowing.
Work on a computer (begin, middle & end),
use a template for a web page.
When it feels close to done, I post it to my site.
May edit later and replace on site.
Often leave as is. Move on.
Yes I write on the computer. I occasionnally make notes and almost always print it to read and make notes on the hard copy. This can be done several times.
I used to always write with pen and paper, and then transfer to the computer.
Now though, I go straight for the keyboard. I like the way I can manipulate the shape of the poem on screen.
yes I type my work on Micosoft word.
I write almost entirely on the computer these days, evolving from the days when I scribbled it all with pen and paper.
I print occasionally and often correct on screen until later drafts when I do sit down and do it by hand, old school.
Right now it is strictly on computer where I write, but I also write on paper and then retype. Once the story is developed, I send it for print and there is where I do more corrections. I guess as a writer, you are always correcting your work because there were times when I wanted to change a scene in Chained and Bound.
I've stopped printing because I wasted a lot of paper, but I can say it is my 'poor man's copyright'.
I always write on computers, even though I sometimes outline on computer.
I write on my computer; I re-read it after leaving it rest a day or so, I get my reading crew working, and I read their corrections and go from there.
A computer is essential to my work since I'm constantly revising. I only print for proofreading purposes, once I've completed my first draft. It's always a revelation to me the number of changes I make when I see the hard copy.
I freewrite and scratch all over paper until I have enough mass of paper to put into a word-processing program. Then, I'll get around to putting it into a computer. Sometimes though, putting something into the computer too early ends up killing it on paper and then altogether.
I strictly write on the computer and never print anything until I am reasonably sure that it is ready for proofing, editing, and opinions.
I write on a computer, I rarely print, I correct right there in the word processing file. My process is, I write for a while, and the next time I come back to write again, I reread what I've already written and polish while I'm rereading.