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Monday, 20 June 2011

Have pen, will Tweet

Blogging undoubtedly opened up bountiful opportunities for professional writers, aspirant writers and other literary professionals and students.With Twitter as microblogging’s bright blue headliner, the platform provided even more potential. No matter one’s bookish bent, the 140-character phenomenon connects writers, agents, librarians, publishers, editors and others eager to spread written word love. This list, for the sake of variety, includes a little bit of all these professions, with focus mainly on authors from across different media and genres. 50 writers you should follow on Twitter - FULL ARTICLE

1 comment:

David Cranmer said...

I think I'm going to make my own list and put names like Dobbs, Mayo, Sweazy, Hockensmith, and Cranmer on it.