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  • BEA 2015: PW Talks to Giorgio Fontana

    On May 28 at BEA, Italian writer Giorgio Fontana spoke with PW’s Mark Rotella about his new novel Death of a Happy Man, published by Sellerio Editore in 2014.

  • Total BEA Attendance Rose 5.2%

    Total attendance at the 2015 edition of BookExpo America rose 5.2% to 20,895. The increase came despite a 1.2% decline in attendance of “verified professional attendance.”

  • BookCon 2015: 'Paper Towns' Cast and Director Reunite with John Green

    Although BookCon 2015 featured appearances galore by Hollywood celebrities, the Paper Towns panel on Saturday evening surely was the highlight of this year's literary fanfest for the raucous crowd of 2,250 that filled the enormous Special Events hall.

  • BEA 2015: Telling the Truth for Every Age

    Children's authors gathered for a Friday BEA discussion about writing nonfiction for kids.

  • BEA 2015: Wild at Heart: Animal Fantasy in Children's Books

    Lev Grossman, 'Time' magazine's book critic, was an informed and enthusiastic moderator for the May 29th BEA panel on animal fantasy in children's books.

  • BookCon 2015: YA Panel Celebrates WNDB, Talks Up Diversity

    What a difference a year has made with BookCon, with this year's literary fanfest featuring not one but two author panels specifically addressing issues of diversity in books and in the publishing industry itself.

  • BEA 2015: Writing About Tough Topics for Teens

    YA authors Aaron Hartzler, Ellen Hopkins, Patrick Ness, Lynn Weingarten, and Cammie McGovern came together on May 29 at BEA for a panel discussion titled Talking to Teens About Tough Topics, moderated by Margot Wood of Epic Reads.

  • BEA 2015: Children's and YA Publishing in China

    China, BEA's guest of honor this year, was the enthusiastic host to the May 28th BEA panel on Children's and YA literature in China and America. Their interest in children's literature was evident. But the event required a lot of patience.

  • BookCon 2015: Judy Blume Dishes on Life in Fact and Fiction

    After 750 fans gave Judy Blume a standing ovation before she even said a word on stage, Jennifer Weiner kicked off an hour-long Q&A with Blume during BookCon.

  • BEA 2015: Spotlight on African-American Children's Authors and Illustrators

    Illustrators gathered on Thursday to talk about promoting children's books by African-Americans, and about striving toward a future where readers, writers, and publishers do not feel confined or limited by labels.

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