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Second #TwitterFiction Festival To Take Place March 12-16

Second #TwitterFiction Festival To Take Place March 12-16

Together with the Association of American Publishers and Penguin Random House, Twitter will present its second #TwitterFiction Festival, March 12-16.

Twitter calls the virtual event a “digital storytelling extravaganza,” one that gives writers a new medium for their fiction work and readers the opportunity to read fiction in a cool new way.

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Twitter Fiction Festival Live Event This Saturday – And You’re Invited!

Twitter’s Fiction Festival kicked off today. Have you been following along? We’ll tell you a bit more about it after the jump.

But the big news to know right now is this: If you live in the New York area, you may want to join the live Twitter Fiction event this Saturday. It’s being held at the New York Public Library and promises to be a great networking opportunity for writers (and readers!).

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There’s Still Time To Submit Your Idea To Twitter’s Fiction Festival Panel

If you have a novel idea for sharing a story via Twitter, you’ll be delighted to learn that there is still time to submit your proposal to take part in Twitter’s quickly approaching Fiction Festival!

Twitter just selected the panel of judges and will be sorting through submissions this week.

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Twitter Is Hosting A Fiction Festival!

Do you have a great idea for telling a story using Twitter?

Twitter is inviting “authors and creative storytellers around the world to push the bounds of what’s possible with Twitter content” and  participate in its upcoming fiction festival. It’s a very exciting opportunity for writers – and readers!

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