Finding The Voice

Live training February 24 @ 1pm EST

Finding voice is difficult. But writing in the first person point of view can sometimes be a fast track to getting there. However, it’s tricky! First-person is the character’s voice PLUS the writer’s own. How does the author make it distinctive while also keeping their own unique spin? Some tips and tricks to getting both talking, hosted by Jordan Kurella.

About Jordan Kurella

Jordan Kurella is a trans and disabled author who has lived all over the world (including Moscow and Manhattan). In his past lives, he was a photographer, radio DJ, and social worker. His work has been nominated for the Nebula Award, long listed for the British Science Fantasy Award, and taught at Iowa State University. He is the author of the novella, I NEVER LIKED YOU ANYWAY, and the short story collection, WHEN I WAS LOST. Jordan lives in Ohio with his perfect service dog and perfectly serviceable cat.

[PRONOUNS]: he/him
[INSTAGRAM]: @kurellian

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