Bad/Tender

Bad/Tender

by Carolina Are

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ISBN-13: 9781912643158
Publisher: Carolina Are
Publication date: 04/16/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 510 KB

About the Author

Carolina Are is a 25-year-old Italian Londoner, blogger, pole dancer, performer, lecturer and PhD student. Bad/Tender is her first published novel, inspired by her last summer as an undergraduate. She wrote it on three notebooks during a two-month Couchsurfing trip across the United States. Carolina has blogged for the Huffington Post UK, written for TimeOut Sydney, The Ladies Network, Hip & Healthy and Broadsheet Sydney and recently published two short stories on Visual Verse. Her short story Disconnected, loosely inspired by Bad/Tender, has been published in the University of Sydney's 2017 anthology. Carolina also writes for her own blog, Blogger On Pole, where she talks about travel, lifestyle, events, food, mental health and her number one passion: pole dance. So far, she has performed at Floorplay London 2018 and is applying for more pole dance competitions. After a four-year career in PR, finished by working as an Account Director and Social Media Strategist in Sydney, Carolina is now working in academia full-time, teaching in the areas of Criminology, Journalism and Social Media. Carolina has a Journalism BA from City University London and a MA in Criminology from the University of Sydney, Australia. She presented her research on social media and millennials in a panel on millennial media at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia. Her undergraduate dissertation on how the British media used Twitter to report on Margaret Thatcher's death won the Undergraduate Awards 2015 for Media and Journalism and was presented at the international conference ECREA 2014. Her thesis has now been published on the UA Journal and she's soon to present her current work on Twitter flaming at the International Criminology Conference 2018 in Washington DC.

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