It’s challenging when talking about voice with screenwriting. We are often told to keep “ourselves” out of it, to go down the rabbit hole of where the story takes us. With that in mind, are we talking about dialogue or the way in which characters speak? Is it simply "the way” in which one writes? Or are we talking about the authorial voice? Are we talking about artistic style? Are we talking about writer confidence? Are we talking about a writer’s point of view? Perhaps it is all these things? Anyone can learn story structure, plotting, formatting, practice by mimicry, tick those screenwriting or genre boxes, but when you read something with a unique voice it immediately stands out. So, what is this elusive thing called “voice?” How do we define it? How do we make the best of it? We all have a voice in life, but how do we get it down on paper and into our work?