If there is your voice, it depends on other voices.
I am in the process of finding my voice, although in a sense I have had it for a time. The working out of one's wyrd is a gradual process, one requiring constant struggle. I try to produce sketches regularly, and many of them are experiments with stretching my voice, stretching my ability to encompass the realities I am attempting to embrace through my writing. Mythological writing is extremely challenging, because its scope is so immense, and the range of moods so broad! But even as an actor, I have always enjoyed work with that elevated grandeur, that lifts our ordinary struggles onto a higher plane and finds a way to make them more noble. But discovering proper dynamics to appropriately deal with mythological subjects is difficult, because there are so many different levels of aspiration with which to work, and I find that I am constantly "zooming in" and "zooming out" in order to discover the proper proportions.
I do believe that I have a strong and unique voice, but I endeavor to hone, sharpen, and shape it to be even better as time goes on. Much of this will become apparent in the recordings of my more epic poems.
No I have not. I think I have not written enough yet to get there.
I don't think I have found my voice but others do. I've been told that my writing is very unique and that they can tell it's me writing. I find myself getting into a flow which I think is my voice, but I can't recognise it which I think is good because then you're not locked into writing a certain way.
I have found my voice in non-fiction. I am not sure if I have in my current writing of screenplays.
My "voice" changes as each book or story dictates. I'm not a stylist tho oddly enough most of the writers I admire are.
I think 'your voice' comes with success. You keep trying different approaches until you get published. Then you can sit back a relax, knowing that your writing style is readable and enjoyable. To begin with I think writers are too tense, too worried about what readers will think - how they will react.
I have found my voice, and I am still searching for it.
That search never ends. I've come close, but being an artist as well, to say I've found it would be like saying my art works of ten years ago were my best, so why try to improve? And being an advanced age, I've got to admit that I'm not the same person I was at 20, or 30, etc. Change is the only constant.
I have found my voice, my niche, my music.
I have, but that voice continues to require a good tweeking every now and then.
That's a tough question. I think one is always striving to improve and I would never sit back and say 'that's it!'
I think I've found mine, although it took me a while.
I've arrived at being able to speak for my heart
A prolific writer will have many voices and always be searching for new and interesting ones