Camp's Out

Girls questioning girls

I had the honor and privilege of being invited to this summer's Girls Rock Camp Austin to talk to girls about music and writing and being a music writer. After a discussion with aspiring writers/campers P.J., Kat, Andrea, Reyna, and Monse about three of our most inspirational songs, they set out to interview San Antonio's Girl in a Coma after a performance on Thursday. Read what went down here, and weep. Also, check out some shots from Saturday's showcase showdown to the right.

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