Category Archives: finding your voice

Your Brain Moves By Train While Your Hand Is Still On Foot

by Harmony Button This┬ápost is about the practice of freewriting — a style of brainstorming that writers frequently practice in both creative and critical pursuits. The Thinking: One of the most frequent complaints that I get from students about their … Continue reading

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A Matter of Voice

by Harmony Button “Don’t lose your language. Don’t lose your culture. The written word is the most persuasive form of communication.” — Justice Sonia Sotomayor Last week, the entire Waterford Upper School travelled to the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake … Continue reading

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