What's the Write Word?

By Jason Gross

19 May 2010

What’s the Write Word? Part 1: Charles Aaron to Dave DiMartino

Over a 100 music scribes are confronted with this not-so-simple question: "If an eager young writer cornered you and asked 'What's the best advice you could give me?' what would you have to say?" Part one of our advice to aspiring music writers from music writing professionals.

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What’s the Write Word? Part 2: Kris Ex to Chuck Klosterman

Over a 100 music scribes are confronted with this not-so-simple question: "If an eager young writer cornered you and asked 'What's the best advice you could give me?' what would you have to say?" Part two of our advice to aspiring music writers from music writing professionals.

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What’s the Write Word? Part 3: Greg Kot to Ann Powers

Over a 100 music scribes are confronted with this not-so-simple question: "If an eager young writer cornered you and asked 'What's the best advice you could give me?' what would you have to say?" Part three of our advice to aspiring music writers from music writing professionals.

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What’s the Write Word? Part 4: Ned Raggett to Bill Wyman

Over a 100 music scribes are confronted with this not-so-simple question: "If an eager young writer cornered you and asked 'What's the best advice you could give me?' what would you have to say?" The final installment of our advice to aspiring music writers from music writing professionals.

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Virtual Reality and Storytelling: What Happens When Art and Technology Collide?

// Moving Pixels

"Virtual reality is changing the face of entertainment, and I can see a future when I will find myself inside VR listening to some psych-rock while meditating on an asteroid.

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