Some classically-minded (or snooty) people might insist that writing by hand with an actual pen upon paper helps the creative process, and perhaps there's some truth to that. Writing by hand might not be part of human bio-psychology yet, since we've only been doing it for a few thousand years, but there could be other scientific reasons for it... none of which I'm qualified to explain. So instead, I will ask you: do you have distinctly different literary creative processes or productivity when writing directly onto paper, contrary to typing upon a keyboard? Can you think of a reason why that might be the case for people in general, or perhaps does it only apply to you? For myself, I think I have somewhat better literary productivity by hand, but I don't fully believe the method of writing is the reason. My computer is at an uncomfortable desk in a poorly lit and messy room, but I'm able to take a spiral notebook to a more comfortable, more visually pleasant space elsewhere and be less restrained by discomfort and ugliness. But then I wonder, what if I was writing by hand in a dingy room, or typing on a keyboard in a beautiful park? Would my results change? One thing is sure, transcribing into Libre Office later takes way too long.