Finding Your Voice

My favorite writing professor once told a class of poets that we shouldn’t worry about being original, because we already are. As a young writer, I was a bit taken aback by the idea that being uniquely myself could somehow be enough. Each of our voices, he said, is distinct and different and important. No one else can write a poem or story or report that you’ve written. Nobody else can create the art you’ve created, and that is the wonderful, beautiful…

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Sarah McMahon

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Blogger | Poet | Freelancer | Ultra Runner IG: @mcmountain email: sarahrose.writer@gmail.com

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