Judging the Twitter Fiction Festival

I’m very excited about the upcoming Twitter Fiction Festival. Whether it’s Jennifer Egan’s “Black Box,” @ArjunBasu‘s tweet stories, or @RealTimeWWII, the platform is ripe for literary reinvention.

I’m proud to join the panel of judges reviewing the Fiction Festival submissions (Ben Marcus! Sean McDonald!). If you’re interested in expanding, bending, and breaking Twitter in the name of fiction, I hope you’ll submit a pitch. Deadline is Thursday, Nov. 15th.

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One response to “Judging the Twitter Fiction Festival

  1. Laurie Herlihy

    Good for you, Ryan.

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