Book Artists on Twitter – part 3

Twitter bird iconAlas, this will likely be my third and last post about book artists on Twitter (part one, part two). I have not, however, given up on sharing book-related Twitter peoples.

What is this crazy lady talking about?

I am one of the lucky schmoes chosen to test out Lists, a fabulous new feature in Twitter that allows you to organize the people you follow. Your lists can be public or private. You can subscribe to other folks’ lists. You can come up with silly names for your lists, like “Damn you’re funny”. By the way, that wasn’t me.

Okay, I’m lying. That was me.

Anyway, I’ve also created a list called Bookbinding (duh). Here’s the link:

If you don’t currently have access to Twitter lists, then I’m not sure if you’ll be able to see my list yet, sorry. Hopefully they’ll roll it out to everyone soon.

Note: I’m interested in book artists of all skill levels and the people I follow on Twitter represent that variety.

The first link will take you to the person’s Twitter feed and the second link will take you to his or her website, blog, or Etsy shop.

Another note: Many thanks to kailoon of Loon Design for generously sharing his nifty Twitter icon. Yep, you can follow kailoon on Twitter.

So what do you think? I'd love to know!

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