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My Stutter Scared Me—Until I Found My Community

After each meeting I felt lighter, looser, having spent two hours listening only to disfluent speech—to voices that sounded like mine.
This is dis/fluent, a column by Sophia Stewart on stuttering, self-understanding, and disability in private and public spheres.





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Sophia Stewart is an editor, writer, and critic from Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, The Believer, Hyperallergic, Literary Hub, and elsewhere. She lives in Brooklyn.