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Writing for Others

While struggling with loss

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There are times it seems like an exercise in futility to hold a pen to paper or sit at a keyboard with your fingers poised to write anything when there are no words to express what is sitting heavily in your heart, mind, and body.

Regardless of our age, the manner of writing we are expected to do, and the pressure we put on ourselves to do it, comprehensible…




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ElizaBeth Hill

ElizaBeth Hill

I am a multi-disciplinary artist and writer from a large Mohawk family. I write from love, experience and my cultural perspectives.

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