Affects of Stuttering

Yesterday I participated in some stuttering research for the University of Sydney’s Australian Stuttering Research Centre. The research sought to establish/investigate the link between anxiety and stuttering. Anecdotally, after stuttering for most of my life, I can emphatically state: yes, there is a link. However, this is not the same thing as having scientific proof […]

The Paradox of the Inexpressible Incorporeal Event of Stuttering

“We bring bodies to the surface [of language], as we deprive them of their former depth, even if we place the entire language through this challenge in a situation of risk. This time the disorders are of the surface; they are lateral and spread out from right to left. Stuttering has replaced the gaffe; the […]