Going Whole Blog: Writing for the Blogosphere
An explosion in social media over the last 10 years has meant that writers are finding diverse audiences beyond the traditional publishing realm. This workshop will look at blogging as one area of social media communication. It will focus on what it means to write and maintain a meaningful and inviting blog whether your intent is personal or professional, poetical or political.
Instructor: Sue Fisher
Dates: Please check back for dates in the Fall of 2012
Location: TBA (click here for campus map)
Cost: $45 + HST
About the Instructor: Sue Fisher is a librarian, book blogger and hobbyist in humour. She is the Curator of the Eileen Wallace Children’s Literature Collection at the University of New Brunswick where she maintains the blog, Mouse-traps and the Moon. She has been blogging since March 2006 and has been a finalist in the Canadian Blog Awards on several occasions. Her post, “Pride and Twitterverse” from her personal blog, Under the Mad Hat, received second place honours as Best Blog Post for 2009, and that same year Mousetraps and the Moon placed fourth in the category of Culture and Literature. Her February 2010 post, “Before You Grow Up” was published in the Spring 2010 edition Canadian Children’s Book News.
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