We all have a natural voice when we write; our unique way of putting our thoughts into words and onto the page. The more you write, the more distinct and solid your voice becomes. But it’s easy for writers to get stuck in a rut and use that same voice repeatedly.
This course is designed to help you explore different aspects of your voice as a writer. At the end of this course, you will have ten different stylistic techniques to keep in your writerly toolbox and employ whenever you want to use them. The course is also designed to help dispel any fears you may have about experimenting with your voice, and hopefully to inspire you to continue experimenting.
Deborah Steinberg’s writing has been published in Necessary Fiction, Devilfish Review, Monkeybicycle, great weather for MEDIA, and other journals. She is the fiction editor of the online journal Rivet and a founding editor of Red Bridge Press.
Deborah also works as a freelance editor and teaches writing workshops with a focus on healing. In her free time, she serves on the board of the literary reading series Bay Area Generations and sings in the a cappella group Conspiracy of Venus.