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Posted 4.01.14

"I’ve actually found Twitter to be a strange and exciting writing device. I love the way it makes me think about text without context, content in spite of intent, form without formality. As a writer who likes to experiment with words (because otherwise what would be the point?), the sentences Twitter helps me to generate feel weirdly impactful. I resisted Twitter for so long because I thought it was nothing but meaningless promotion, and yes, that can be distracting, especially when I’m wondering how many people will get excited about a post that declares 'ONLY MEN HAVE FACES,' but I suppose only time will tell."
Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, author of The End of San Francisco (City Lights, 2013)

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