#GoodRead | Women Writers On Twitter: In Their Own Words

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by Elaine R. Wilson (NaturesPicsOnline) [CC BY-SA 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons

"Women Writers On Twitter: In Their Own Words":

Literary Hub sent a series of open questions to writers, journalists, editors—women in and around the literary world with a significant social media presence—to further explore the value of Twitter, along with its many toxic side effects. There is an important conversation to continue, about the vitality—and vulnerability—of online communities, and the wildly disproportionate amount of abuse women receive from complete strangers, every day, all the time. Twitter—and platforms like it—remain wonderful opportunities for encountering diversity, creating community, and exchanging ideas, as can be seen from the conversation below.

Read the full article at Literary Hub here…