May 23 Meeting: Social Media And Literary Citizenship

Our May meeting focuses on using social media to make more authentic connections on a variety of social media platforms. Social media is not merely a sales tool; it’s an opportunity to find loyal readers, word-of-mouth advocates, and a sense of place in the community. Lori A. May will cover personable marketing strategies, platform development, and audience outreach to help you connect with your ideal audience.

More About Our Speaker

Lori A. May is the author of several books, including The Write Crowd: Literary Citizenship & The Writing Life (Bloomsbury). Her work may also be found in publications including The Atlantic, Brevity, and Writer’s Digest. She is a freelance writer, consultant, and editor, and has worked with Poets’ Quarterly, Kaylie Jones Books (an imprint of Akashic Books), Creative Nonfiction, Northern Poetry Review, and several small press authors. Lori is a faculty mentor in the MFA program at the University of King’s College-Halifax and a publishing internship supervisor with the Wilkes University MA and MFA writing programs. Canadian by birth and disposition, Lori now lives and writes in Seattle. For more info, visit http://www.loriamay.com.