This year’s Volume 31 of the “L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers and Illustrators of the Future” will contain an original article by Orson Scott Card, entitled “Fiction without Paper”.
“It was a hard mental transition, when I first starting writing on a computer
back in 1979. The first time I lost twenty pages of writing, I began rigorously
printing out my work every few minutes. If it wasn’t on paper, it didn’t really