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Monday, April 4, 2016

Announcing Library Journal Day of Dialog Schedule

During BEA, Library Journal always sponsors 1 day just for Librarians.  This year it is on Wednesday, May 11th from 9am-6pm.  You can click here for all of the details and pricing. I already have a ticket and there is still space if you are interested. It is a great deal and includes breakfast and lunch.

This is an event that is 100% focused on improving our service to leisure readers.

Today, they released the finalized schedule. For those of you on the fence, this may help.

Here is the link to the schedule which I have also copied below. I hope to see many of you there.  And if you cannot make it, I will be among those who will be live tweeting, so you can follow on Twitter or via the widget on the side of this blog for those of you who are not on Twitter. [There is a sizable group I know who use this scroll. You will not be left in the dark.]


8:00–8:45 am | Registration & Breakfast
8:45–10:00 am | Editors Picks
  • Tim Duggan, VP, Publisher, Tim Duggan Books: Crown, Penguin Random House
  • Amy Einhorn, Senior VP, Publisher, Amy Einhorn Books: Flatiron Books, Macmillan
  • Lara Heimert, VP, Publisher, Basic Books, Perseus Books Group
  • Sarah McGrath, VP, Editor in Chief, Riverhead, Penguin Random House
  • Alane Salierno Mason, VP, Executive Editor, W.W. Norton
10:00–10:15 am | Break
10:15–11:00 am | Big Authors Panel I
  • Robert Olen ButlerPerfume River (Atlantic Monthly Press)
  • Jonathan Safran FoerHere I Am (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Macmillan)
  • Jay McInerney, BrightPrecious Things (Knopf, Penguin Random House)
11:00–11:15 am | Break
11:15–12:00 pm | Book Trip
  • Katarina Bivald, The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend, LibraryReads Picks, Sourcebooks Landmark
  • Shana Drehs, Editorial Director, Sourcebooks Landmark
  • Heather Moore, Senior Publicity Manager, Sourcebooks
  • Valerie Pierce, Marketing Manager, Sourcebooks
12:00–12:45 pm | Tell Me a Story: Putting Together an Audiobook
  • Grimm’s Fairytales, Penguin Random House Audio
  • Scott Brick, Dion Graham, Kate Rudd, Simon Vance, Audie Award–winning narrators
  • Dan Zitt, VP, Content Production, Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group
12:45–1:30 pm | Lunch
1:30–2:30 pm | The Art of Nonfiction
  • Luvvie AjayiI’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual (Holt Paperbacks, Macmillan)
  • Eugenia ChengHow to Bake Pi: An Edible Exploration of the Mathematics of Mathematics(Basic Books: Perseus Books Group)
  • Joshua Foer & Dylan ThurasAtlas Obscura: An Explorer’s Guide to the World’s Hidden Wonders (Workman)
  • Gary YoungeAnother Day in the Death of America: A Chronicle of Ten Short Lives (Nation Books, Perseus Books Group)
2:30–2:45 pm | Break
2:45–3:45 pm | Big Authors Panel II
  • Emma ClineThe Girls (Random, Penguin Random House)
  • Justin CroninThe City of Mirrors (Passage, Bk. 3) (Ballantine, Penguin Random House)
  • Nicole Dennis-BennHere Comes the Sun (Liveright, W.W. Norton)
  • Colson WhiteheadThe Underground Railroad (Doubleday, Penguin Random House)
3:45–4:00 pm | Break
4:00–5:00 pm | Big Authors Panel III
  • Sonali DevA Change of Heart (Kensington Publishing Corp.)
  • Gayle FormanLeave Me (Algonquin Books, Workman)
  • Mary CarterHome with My Sisters/Carlene O’Connor, Murder in an Irish Village (Kensington Publishing Corp.)
  • Susan Elizabeth PhillipsFirst Star I See Tonight (Chicago Stars) (Morrow, HarperCollins)
  • Jill ShalvisThe Trouble with Mistletoe: A Heartbreaker Bay Novel (Avon, HarperCollins)
5:00–6:00 pm | Reception and Author Signings

1 comment:

Sonia Reppe said...

Got my ticket, see you there!