This Month we will be in the Fletcher room in Trinity College on Wednesday, November 19th at 19:00 – 21:00.
November’s Group 2012 session is all about how writers can use social media to their advantage. It’s not about saying to writers that they have to use social media, simply that if they are thinking about dipping their toe in the water and trying to establish a website, blogging, facebooking and tweeting presence, here’s a bit of a starter for ten on how to go about it.
Novelist and journalist Lucy Atkins will join ex-Blackwell’s bookseller and current novelist Ali Shaw, together with a third panelist tbc, to provide practical advice and demonstrations on all things social media.
Entry costs £3 which can be paid on the door. This event is free to members of Group2012, to join the writers group yearly membership costs £20.
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Hey, my old college! I look forward to seeing you there, for all things “social media”. I’m on Facebook and Twitter already, but need to sort myself out with a website… 🙂 Thanks, Philip Davies.