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#1 mwsinclair


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Posted 17 April 2013 - 01:02 PM

This article by a reporter whose sister ran in Monday's Boston Marathon probably doesn't really fit with what we do here, even in the nonfiction area. I mean, most of us are not trying to post investigative or on-the-scene reportage. But the lessons about interacting with people via Twitter and writing about personal tragedy can help in a variety of nonfiction contexts.


Do these guidelines for Twitter activity, etc., coincide with your experiences?

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