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#TwitterFiction Fest 2014: A Celebration of Storytelling

Posted at 8:20AM Thursday 09 Jan 2014

The Association of American Publishers, Twitter and Penguin Random House have announced the launch of #TwitterFiction Festival 2014, March 12-16, during which leading authors will take on the challenge of story-telling in just 140 characters, and others are invited to join in.

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