Twitter is a busy, crowded place. You can always write one more post pointing out some strange new thing on Twitter. To cope with the crowded Twitter-sphere, GalleyCat (@ronhogan and @jasonboog) will occasionally round-up literary news in an imaginary Twitter Book.
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