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Start counting the hours!

In little more than a minute, the 2013 Literary Arts Festival will be exactly two days away! What can you do to share your enthusiasm? Here are ten things to do with that excitement:

  1. Go see Brooklyn Castle. There is a screening Wednesday at 1:00 in the Atrium Amphitheater, and some classes are screening it as well.
  2. Can’t get to a screening? Look for some clips online. If you find any, why not link us there on the  Brooklyn Castle page on our site.
  3. Share your thoughts about Brooklyn Castle by adding a comment on the Brooklyn Castle page on our site.
  4. Share your thoughts on your class’s OpenLab site, or even in your ePortfolio.
  5. Look back at some older posts here on this site–there are clips of interviews with both speakers. You can also read tweets tagged #LAF2013 in the sidebar of this site–scroll down and look on the right.
  6. Tell your tweeps. Use the hashtag #LAF2013.
  7. Not much of a tweeter yourself? Retweet some of the most interesting tweets leading up to the festival and during the festival.
  8. You’re allowed to tweet during the Literary Arts Festival?! Sure–help us keep the backchannel active by using the hashtag #LAF2013. If you’re there with your class, you might want to talk to your professor first.
  9. Encourage your classmates and friends to go to the festival–5:30pm on Thursday, 4/18, at 240 Jay Street, in the Midway Auditorium.
  10. DON’T FORGET TO GO!!!

#LAF2013

Do you realize that by this time next week, we’ll be saying that at that time in two days, the festival will be upon us?! No doubt you saw our countdown clock alerting you to how soon the festival is. Now you need to get into the excitement by tweeting about the festival! Use the hashtag #LAF2013 so everyone interested can read your tweets. Once you start tweeting about #LAF2013, @CityTechLitFest might start following you.You can also follow @CityTechLitFest for updates, reminders, and announcements about the festival, as well as interesting retweets related to writing, City Tech, and Brooklyn, among other things. But especially writing.

 

LAF and social media

As April 18th approaches, how will you keep up with LAF updates, reminders, and other important bits of information? How will you contribute information yourself? This site is a great place to share ideas about the Literary Arts Festival–join the project to contribute posts, or just comment on a relevant post.

You can also follow @CityTechLitFest on Twitter. Have something to tweet about the Literary Arts Festival? Use the hashtag #LAF2013. Or just follow along. As the festival gets closer, you’ll see more twitter activity from that account and with that hashtag.

Until then, see you back here or on Twitter!