Some suggested answers:
1. We each have unique vision and messages, the latter of which are often longer than 140 characters each. To call ourselves writers is to acknowledge that our words and writing are important.
2. We owe it to ourselves to write alone in a disconnected way, be it on the computer, on paper, or on the back of a napkin. We can hone our writing craft without the burden of sharing it always.
3. We acknowledge the value and accountability of the writing, editing, and publishing professions, while always advocating for opportunities for writers to gain confidence and recognition.
Do you want to be known as a writer?