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    China is the focus country of this year's Global Market Forum, and the delegation is the largest that BEA has ever seen.

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    Our not-to-be-missed annual round-up of the show's big adult galley giveaways, listed by publisher.

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    In the late 1970s, Mitchell Kaplan dropped out of law school in Washington, D.C., with the dream of opening an independent bookstore in South Florida, where he grew up.

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  • BEA 2015: St. Louis Bookstore Steps Up for Its Community

    While Books & Books was selected as PW’s Bookstore of the Year, our judges felt that another store, St. Louis’s 46-year-old Left Bank Books, deserves recognition for exemplifying what an independent bookstore can and should do to serve its community during a crisis.

  • BEA 2015: Yes, Libraries Are Your Best Customers

    Five years ago, in a 2010 BEA preview article for PW, Sachem (N.Y.) Public Library’s Lauren Gilbert playfully dubbed librarians the Rodney Dangerfields of BookExpo America—the “dowdy, poor relations” who get no respect at the publishing family reunion that is BEA.

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