Write Now: the Getty-Dubay Program for Handwriting Success
"Italic handwriting is legible and handsome.
I recommend Write Now — it's the book to use."
Paul O. Jacobs, MD
Write Now: The Getty-Dubay Program for Handwriting Success
by Barbara Getty and Inga Dubay
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Write Now is a self-instructional course in modern italic handwriting.
- A complete program for adults
- Contains instructions, practice exercises and tips. The new edition includes a supplementary section with a complete review of basic and cursive italic.
- Is an easy way to develop a better hand at your own pace.
- Also includes the historical development of letters.
"The hospital staff calls it a miracle.
I can now communicate my ideas to other physicians.
My wife tells me she can read my love letters.
All of this accomplished by improving the legibility
of my handwriting with Getty-Dubay."
Stephen Caplan, MD
It's so natural and easy to have better handwriting.
Poor handwriting isn't your fault
The looped cursive handwriting most of us were taught was simply not designed to accomplish the necessary combination of legibility, speed, and ease.
Italic handwriting is easy and natural
Rhythmic patterns of sloped elliptical shapes follow the natural movement of the hand. These handsome letterforms are as easy to write as they are to read.
Write more legibly
These simple, narrow, slightly sloping letters were designed for both legibility and speed. Italic is a fast, efficient and practical writing style that eliminates the loops and flourishes of conventional handwriting.
Send handwritten notes you can be proud of
Friends and business associates will appreciate receiving legible and distinctive handwritten messages.
No more hand cramps or broken pencil point
New in this third edition of Write Now is an ergonomically efficient alternative pen hold offering relief to those individuals who tend to grasp their writing instrument too tightly.
No special tools are required — just your favorite pen or pencil. 96 pages (ISBN 978-0-9827762-2-3).
Pick up a pen and immediately you are connected to 3,000 years of history. Because the history of writing is a rich foundation for understanding how and why we write, Write Now includes detailed information about the evolution of letters.