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AJ Library writer in residence session on social media June 10

Posted 6/8/21

Apache Junction Public Library Writer in Residence Mark Athitakis on Thursday will discuss some of the most prominent literary social media platforms and how to use them in ways that are both fun and …

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AJ Library writer in residence session on social media June 10

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Apache Junction Public Library Writer in Residence Mark Athitakis on Thursday will discuss some of the most prominent literary social media platforms and how to use them in ways that are both fun and productive.

“Everybody’s talking — and blogging, tweeting, tik toking… Literary social media is always shifting, from #bookstagram to #booktok. But regardless of the tool, it’s a consistent source of inspiration and community for writers and readers — if you use it right,” according to a release.

The 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, virtual program is perfect for the writer looking for ways to build connections or a reader looking for new ways to discover your next favorite author.

For more information or to sign up, go to ajpl.org or call 480-474-8855.

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