Pat Regan (@poregan) on Making Dozens of Tweets About a Single Topic

@AnaFabregaGood on Characters Without Context and Coping with Post-Election Sadness

@JoanofDarkness on Being Honest to Strangers Online

May Wilkerson (@shutupmay) on Twitter as an Open Mic

Clare O’Kane (@babysfirstgun) on the Easiest and Hardest Jokes to Make

Colette McIntyre (@calledcolette) on Celebs on Social Media and Getting Roasted

Catherine Cohen (@catccohen) on Exhaustion, Facebook, and Jeans

Talking to @merrittk About Formulas, Furries, and Phrasing

@MinkaHunter on Catsuits and Tweets Taken Out of Context

Jaboukie Young-White on the Zen of Memes

Steph Davidson (@stephcd) on Tweets That Are Easy on the Eyes

@AndrewTi on the Tweets That Have Stuck with and/or Haunted Him

Talking to Langan Kingsley (@ThisIsLangan) About Lies and Honesty on Twitter.com

@BowenYang Talks Politics, Language, and “Colors of the Wind”

@AllieWach on Advice, Stars, and Getting Personal

@KarenCheee on Frustration and Real Tweets

@VidalWuu on Finding Compassion in Shutting Up

@BrotiGupta on Humor That Has Heart, and Vice Versa

@MamoudouNDiaye on Race Jokes and Twitter Trolls

@ChristineFriar on Twitter as a Place For Playing Dress-Up and Sharing Things She Finds Pleasing