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Art and Community: ft. Robert Negron of Indy Convergence

My work at Metonymy running The Green Room has had me on a mission to find like-minded peers to share resources with and support. After attending The Resist Indy Art Show at Indy Convergence in Read More...

Job Posting: Content Manager

June 2017: We're looking for a creative writer with chops to riff with us.

Metonymy Media is looking for a passionate creative writer with a mind for strategic storytelling to join our team as a Content Manager. This is a full-time, salaried position with medical benefits.

For this position, Read More...

The Epic Myth of Writers’ Block

You know what I’m about to say. You might hate me for it but a fact is a fact: writers’ block is a big fat lie. Sure, we all feel the ebb and flow of Read More...

Introducing Elysia Smith

We’re super excited to welcome our newest Content Manager, Elysia Smith. She’s around to write effective content for our clients and help them reach their audiences, and in her capacity as The Green Room Liaison, Read More...

“Edenic Continent”: Hoosier Writers in American Literature

Being from the Midwest, especially Indiana, can give an artist a sense of inferiority. Hell, it gives anyone a sense of inferiority. Lots of New York City or Los Angeles or even Chicago natives hear Read More...

Writing for SEO: Dumb Robots, Smart Robots, and Hungry Humans

When I was 13 years old, most of my days looked pretty similar. Got up, went to school. Same class schedule every day. Lunch at 10:20 am because apparently that’s something humans do sometimes. Off Read More...

How to Write Effective CTAs

Building a content marketing strategy means deciphering what kinds of content your consumers will be attracted to, and how to build your brand into that content. But, of course, the entire purpose of digital Read More...

How to Judge a Writer’s Success in Content Marketing

One challenge every writer of every experience level faces is determining when a project is successful. Whether it’s a poem or an instructional pamphlet, a piece of writing becomes the property of the reader once Read More...