Top 10 Tips for Building Your Literary Community Online
with Isabella Wang
Now, more than ever, it’s important to know how to connect online.
Isabella Wang has been tending her literary community (in person and online) for years. Her engagement in the reading and writing community is an example for anyone looking to engage with literature. As she says in her interview with The New Quarterly magazine, “There is something special about reading someone’s work when you know them as a person—when you know their life, when you know their dogs!” Join Isabella to discover her top tips for nurturing the “ecology” of your literary community.
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ISABELLA WANG is the author of two poetry collections, On Forgetting a Language (Baseline Press 2019) and Pebble Swing (Nightwood Editions forthcoming 2021). She has been shortlisted for The Malahat Review’s Far Horizons Poetry Contest, The Minola Review’s Inaugural Poetry Contest, and she is the youngest writer to be shortlisted twice for The New Quarterly’s Edna Staebler Essay Contest. Her poetry and prose have appeared in over thirty literary journals, including Arc Poetry Magazine, carte blanche, and Prairie Fire, and are forthcoming in four anthologies. She is the Editor for issue 44.2 of Room magazine.