Twitter, Trolls, and Social Media Goals

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How do authors and agents navigate the world of Twitter, trolls, and media backlash? Join us on November 8th at 6:00 pm for a panel on the intersection of social media, marketing books, and activism. Panelists include Katherine Locke and Justina Ireland. RSVP for information about location and additional speakers.

Moderator: Emily Hughes, Content Development and Social Media Manager at Penguin Random House

Esi Sogah joined Kensington Publishing in January 2013 as a Senior Editor, working with such authors as Lynn Cahoon, Alyssa Cole, Kate Clayborn, and Casey Barrett. She is looking to acquire Fiction–Romance: historical (esp. American historical), contemporary; Mystery: cozies, historical, suspense/thrillers; and upmarket fiction. Non-fiction–narrative non-fiction (with a focus on arts and culture) and personal memoir (with a focus on identity) for all Kensington and Lyrical imprints. When not reading or editing, you can find her on Twitter at @esisogah.

Katherine Locke lives and writes in a very small town outside of Philadelphia, where she’s ruled by her feline overlords and her addiction to chai lattes. She writes about that which she cannot do: ballet, time travel, and magic. When she’s not writing, she’s probably tweeting. She not-so-secretly believes most stories are fairy tales in disguise. Her YA debut, The Girl with the Red Balloon, arrives Fall 2017 from Albert Whitman & Company!

Justina Ireland enjoys dark chocolate, dark humor, and is not too proud to admit that she’s still afraid of the dark. She lives with her husband, kid, and dog in Pennsylvania. She is the author of Vengeance Bound and Promise of Shadows.

 

When: November 8, 6:00 pm

Where: Room 901 at 1745 Broadway, Penguin Random House

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