Letters from the Program Director: How Do You Find “Your Voice”?

Hello writers,

We talk about voice all the time. Agents and editors are always looking for “singular voices,” readers love an author’s voice or a character’s voice, but even though it’s always present, it is still pretty elusive. Understanding what voice really is and how to do it right is not simple and the questions are endless. How do you create your voice as an author on the page? How do you differentiate between your voice as an author and your character’s voices? How do you use voice to add to your story and to your characters? And what even makes a voice memorable in the first place?

If you’re asking yourself questions like these, join us for “Your Words, Your Voice: How Language Builds Character and Story to Breathe Life into Your Book” with Samantha M. Clark on Saturday, March 5. If you’re writing a novel or short stories and you want to better understand voice and how it can help you stand out, this class is for you.

All the best,
Sam Babiak
Program Director

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