Here is a collection of the best twitter literature from the first two years of Twitter journal Seven by Twenty, on relationships, nature and the night, work, animals, seasons, science fiction and fantasy, and mortality, by 119 authors from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Germany, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Qatar, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
|Publisher:||Upper Rubber Boot Books|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||573 KB|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this book of memorable sayings taken from Twitter; they are necessarily concise, and all the better for being so. Having been an ardent fan of Twitter for over a year, I knew I was going to appreciate this. It is only more recently that I have begun to appreciate haiku and the poignant and memorable images that can be so succinctly expressed. Why write a hundred words when ten can convey the same thought and capture the same evocative image? Whittling down to my favourite saying was not easy but eventually I chose this: 'stop to tie my shoe/look up evening comes/without warning. - Neal Whitman. I was also absorbed by the short biographies of the contributors and have clicked 'Follow' on three already. Joanne Merriem, editor of Upper Rubber Boot, is someone I definitely intend to find out more about.