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Metonymy Media is an agency of writers in Indianapolis, Indiana’s Fountain Square neighborhood. We help businesses and organizations tell true, valuable stories about their brand, their community, and themselves. We support clients in composing Read More...

Metonymy Ranks in Top 12 Content Marketing Agencies

I’m beyond proud to share that Metonymy Media recently featured on a Yahoo! Finance list of the top 12 content marketing agencies in the world. We spend a lot of time with our noses down Read More...

The Sellout Diaries Podcast

At Metonymy Media, we host The Sellout Diaries Podcast. This project provides a fun and engaging creative outlet for us as a team of writers hacking away. It allows members of our team to spend Read More...

The Maze of the Psyche: Jim Henson’s Labyrinth

If you love the movie Labyrinth like I do, it might surprise you to learn there were 25 different treatments and versions of the script written before filming began. David Bowie committed, then un-committed because Read More...

When You Can’t Get Your Writing Project Started (3 Simple Tips!)

Writing fucking sucks sometimes. Every sentence of every word can feel like using a rusty fork to scrape an idea out of your brain on onto the page. There is nothing worse than staring at Read More...

Mountain Goats and Metaphors Intersect in “Tallahassee”

There are many great storytellers in the music world. Tom Waits, Johnny Cash, and Bob Dylan pop into my mind almost immediately. But one artist, in my opinion, rises above the rest. He has the Read More...

The Mind Palace Technique

And How You Can Use One

“I consider that a man’s brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose.”

So said the master of mind palaces in Sir Arthur Read More...

Twin Peaks: Storytelling in Three Parts

When Twin Peaks first premiered on April 8th of 1990, audiences were simultaneously fascinated and befuddled. Ostensibly, this was a crime drama about the murder of Laura Palmer, a young average American teen with Read More...