Humanities & Communication
As I review rubrics used for evaluating writing in my institution, I notice how voice often is a low priority or nonexistent criterion. Writing, however, with a voice awakens a reader; writing without a voice numbs the reader. Beginning with an image and moving to a narrative may provide writers with a voice, as it has for me. This article is a contemplation resulting from my own writing on the importance of images in generating not only a narrative but also a voice, in other words, a sense that a unique individual is conversing with another, the reader.
Canyon Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
Grand Canyon University, Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Landis-Groom, E. (2020). Moving from Image to Narrative to Voice. Canyon Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 8(1). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1389