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How to Develop an Authentic Writer’s Voice

Finding your authentic voice is a learning process.

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You might think that it’s easy to be authentic in your writing. It’s just you, right? It might be easy for some writers out there, but for a lot of us, it can be difficult to find just what version of you feels like it belongs on the page. For example, are you the same person at work as you are with your…

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Down-and-dirty growth strategies for commercial writers and creators, with a blue collar work ethic, and a no-nonsense voice.

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Leigh Fisher

Leigh Fisher

Writer and poet from Neptune. Instructional designer in NYC. Grad student at @NYUTandon studying Integrated Digital Media.

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