Mel Campbell, author of the non-fiction book Out of Shape tweets about books, films, fashion and all things pop culture. She sometimes gets a bit tetchy about industry goings-on and doesn’t mind saying it. Huzzah!
Virginia Lloyd is a literary agent, writer and editor who shares links to great writing-related content and opportunities.
James Tierney is interesting, fun and slightly random. He can be scathing, in a good way.
Patrick Lenton is just plain hilarious.
Jo Case, author of the memoir Boomer and Me is warm and friendly, even in 140 characters and understands Twitter is more like a telephone than a radio – I always enjoy our conversations.
Emily Gale is a YA and children’s author as well as the YA guru at Readings, tweeting about writing, family life, biscuits and Benedict Cumberbatch. She has a special place in my heart because she was the first ever person to tweet about Whisky Charlie Foxtrot.
Elmo Keep is a little bit exciting and rebellious, providing a healthy dose of outrage, sometimes in ALL CAPS. And she uses ‘colourful language’ which is something I admire deeply because I can’t bring myself to do it.
Your turn: Who are your favourite Oz-Lit tweeps?
Also, if you’re not following me on Twitter, get onto it! I’m witty, succinct, topical, thought-provoking, and just generally scintillating.