Monthly Archives: September 2015

By the Time I Got to Wombstock

This week’s post is by guest blogger Bonnie Morris. She’s the author of several books including the groundbreaking Eden Built by Eves, a women’s studies professor at George Washington, and an in-demand speaker at conferences.   This is an excerpt … Continue reading

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I’ve written a great song, how do I sell it?

Guest blogger Karen E. Reynolds is an award-winning songwriter, longtime radio DJ, and respected music industry consultant. She’s taught songwriting and music business at the University of Tennessee and Kent State. ******** You’ve written your song. You’ve done a rewrite … Continue reading

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I’m a gun-totin’ beer-swillin’ country music fan

Only the last part of that is true – I’ve never owned more than a squirt gun and I hate beer – but you totally bought it, right? Country music fans are supposed to be right wing nut cases yelling … Continue reading

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Putting on my writer’s fedora – projects update

I’m probably too femme to pull off a fedora. At any rate, here’s an update on my writing projects. The women’s music book I’m writing about women’s music artists of the seventies and eighties, with a generous look at the … Continue reading

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