The Year's Best Publishing on Twitter

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Publishing Shorty Award Winner

As determined by the Real-Time Academy.

Publishing Shorty Award Leaders

1st

Jose Afonso Furtado

Jose Afonso Furtado

art library director. Teaching in Post-Graduation "Books and Publishing in Digital Era". Universidade Católica de Lisboa
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2nd

Dominique Raccah

Dominique Raccah

indie book publisher. entrepreneur. Sourcebooks. believe books change lives. fascinated/inspired (maybe even possessed) by digital transformation of the book
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3rd

Sam Missingham

Sam Missingham

Head of audience develp't for @thebookseller and blogger on @thefuturebook. Excited by all things digital. A little bit country and a little bit rock'n'roll
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4th

Dean Johnson

Dean Johnson

Brandwidth Executive Creative Director, former CSD Vice President & blog @ activrightbrain.com Defining, designing & developing next generation digital today
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5th

Richard Nash

Richard Nash

Once an indie publisher, always. Believer in the book as the greatest social glue. Advocate for publishing 3.0
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6th

Tim Roux

Tim Roux

Author, brand marketing strategy, Hull & ER artists
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7th

Charles Catton

Charles Catton

Publishing Manager @ Amber Books, although all tweets are my personal opinions etc etc
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8th

Permanence Matters

Permanence Matters

Melissa Klug-Book freak-directs Glatfelter's Permanence Matters, advocating for GREAT PAPER in print books. Tweets both pers/prof+ don't imply co. endorsement.
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8th
(tie)

Patricia Arancibia

Patricia Arancibia

In Buenos Aires I became an adult and a senior editor. In New York, an online & book publishing person. Met the man, loved him, married him. Happy & lucky.
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9th

v_clayssen

v_clayssen

digital things in publishing world, blogging and others
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9th
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Don  Linn

Don Linn

Publishing Professional, Book Lover,General ne'er-do-well.
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9th
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Peter Cheng

Peter Cheng

Vote Now!!! www.shortyawards.com
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9th
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Julieta Lionetti

Julieta Lionetti

Escribo, edito y asesoro. Todo esto es solo una excusa para seguir leyendo.
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9th
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Chris McVeigh

Chris McVeigh

Longtime publishing junkie and founder of FourFiftyOne.
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9th
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Todd Stocke

Todd Stocke

Editorial Director of Sourcebooks, one of the world's leading indie publishers. Cyclist, hockey fan, native Minnesotan. My rock stars are writers.
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9th
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Lisa Edwards

Lisa Edwards

Running, cycling, dancing, travelling and music fan. Publishing Director of Scholastic Children's Books. Opinions all my own.
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