Jane Caro, Ginger Gorman, James Jeffrey, Lawrie Zion
We used to talk about a writer's "voice", those characteristics which marked out their work, as individual as a face and as connected to the person as their way of thinking. Lawrie Zion asks three writers with distinctive voices, did it take time to get their style matching their thoughts? Do they have a different voice for different needs? Can you disguise your voice and still sound authentic?