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The Nashville Handshake

When I was new to town, and passing out my cards like floss at a dentist’s office, one guy in particular stuck out to me. I had just watched him perform and really admired his writing, so I struck up a conversation. 1,285 more words


Pink and Blue

{Co-written with my dear friend J}

Today’s definition of feminism is “A multi-disciplinary approach to sex and gender equality understood through social theories and political activism.” Feminism has evolved from the critical examination of inequality between the sexes to a more advanced focus on the social and performative constructions of gender and society. 638 more words

M's Writings

Three Ways You Can Get Organized To Help Your Songwriting

Your eyes are glazing over at this title. I can see it. Organization? Pffft. That’s not art. That’s not important. But believe me, it is. It’s not the “fun” part of being a songwriter, but if you want to be a professional, it’s absolutely essential. 1,254 more words


How To Be a Better Co-writer

If you’re in Nashville, it’s pretty rare to not co-write at all – odds are, you’re going to be doing at least a little of it. 1,042 more words


writing with your supervisor

This is a guest post from Dr Charlotte Wegener who is Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication, Aalborg University, Denmark

I am currently finalizing draft chapters for a book I’m co-writing with my former supervisor. 1,143 more words


From The Desk...Expansions on Co-writing

Augmenting a partner’s strengths and shoring up their weak spots may seem like an obvious notion, and so it should be, but artists have egos, and sometimes an individual’s understanding of their scope may not agree with yours. 581 more words

Michael Snow

What To Do With Your Co-Writer

I have a couple friends who are also songwriters but every time I sit down with them to write we always end up playing covers of songs we like. 560 more words