Tuesday, June 26, 2012



There's been a sweet little hashtag happening in the flurry of #ala12 and #badwritingtips (go HERE to get a good roundup of those)...and it's our best hashtag of the week:  #agentsday hosted by Cupids Literary Connection:



You get the point.  It's nice to see the community sharing the love!!

Now, here are some favorites:



And in case you haven't seen this yet.  Hipster Traps.  Still cracking us up.  "Urban Traps is a project where we lay traps for certain subcultures. Our goal is protect neighborhoods from infestation and collect different species for further study."  These artists (Jeff Greenspan and Hunter Fine) are also supposedly responsible for "tourist lanes" on the sidewalks of NYC.

Have a great week!

4 comments:

P.E. said...

Some pretty funny tweets there. But hey- I like being a teenager! You get away with a ton of stuff because being a teenager is supposedly so hard. :p

Jennifer Dominique said...

LOL. Being a HUGE Little Mermaid fan, I couldn't help but giggle like crazy when I read Jenny's tweet.

kaye (paper reader) said...

When I saw that in the Gothamist I laughed and laughed because IT NEEDS TO HAPPEN. I definitely could do with a passing lane so to speak. :D

I loved seeing the writing tweets, because super amazingly talented published authors have the same problems I do - which helps me to think that, hey, I can do this. The #agentday and writing/badwriting are hilarious, and I'm still tracking them on Twitter for tips/laughs. :)

We Heart YA said...

@P.E...we like your spirit! and without you we wouldn't be so inspired to be around young adults. :)

@Jennifer...hehe (we keep laughing at that one too)

@Kaye...yes! so funny. and, yes, amazingly talented writers are like us too. Certainly heartening. I think Nova Ren Suma is one of the most humble talents out there, and her blog posts are consistently helpful to us slugging through the slush.

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