As a graduate student studying writing, my “to-read” list is constantly expanding. While I love to read, the list can seem insurmountable at times. Yet, as life continues to be a whirlwind, I find myself more and more appreciative of the opportunity to read these incredible insights from our contributing authors here at the VOICE. Integrating these new perspectives into my monthly “to-read” list has been a wonderful way to stay balanced and appreciative of the world around me.
This month, our authors pursue many avenues, from the creative vs. non-creative, finding inspiration in our current society, our cultural identities, etc. I hope these articles provide as much support to you as they did for me! Be sure to take note of the exciting changes at the IAC and stay tuned for more updates as these changes flourish.
As always, please contact us at email@example.com with comments, questions, event notices, or article contributions. We are always looking for unique perspectives and look forward to hearing from you.
Beth Ann Miller is currently pursuing an MFA in Writing and is a native New Englander. She has a professional background in editing and higher education, and enjoys working with youths in the arts. Her stories have appeared in online and print journals and she is perpetually at work on new creative projects.
From the President – Vicki Zanini
Mastery #8, Inviting Possibility – Martha Pasternack
Coaching the Uncreative – John Brooker
Mastery #5 Infographic – Natalie Tucker Miller
Inside the IAC Licensing Committee – Charlie Boyer
Intercultural Corner, Perceptions and Cultural Identity – Jan O’Brien
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