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  • It's All About Storytelling

    "Storytelling” was the most frequently cited buzzword among the 400 exhibitors at this year’s Licensing International Expo.

  • ALA 2014: Hands On

    These days, learning at the library is very much about making things.

  • ALA 2014: Showtime!

    “Librarian” probably isn’t the first word you’d associate with Las Vegas—in fact, it may well be the last.

  • ALA 2014: After Success on E-Book Access, ALA Looks Ahead

    Given the prominence of e-book and other digital content issues in libraries, the ALA Digital Content Working Group could well be among the most important groups the ALA has ever launched.

  • ALA en Español

    The U.S. Hispanic population is surging, and serving this growing community brings new challenges and opportunities to librarians across the country.

  • ALA 2014: What Happens In Vegas

    The Publishers Weekly preview of ALA 2014. Held in Las Vegas, this year's show is expected to draw 20,000 librarians, authors, publishers, and vendors.

  • The General Society to Host Pegasus Books

    The event takes place on June 12, and while the general admission price is set at $15, PW Daily readers can attend for free.

  • S&S to Launch Summer Event Series

    The 2014 summer event series in the Hamptons will be designed to celebrate the "power, perseverance, and resilience of women."

  • Brooklyn Book Festival Unveils 2014 Author Lineup

    Authors Paul Pope, Colson Whitehead and Roz Chast are among more than 100 literary figures presenting at the 9th annual Brooklyn Book Festival, slated for September 21, 2014 at the Brooklyn Borough Hall and Plaza.

  • Chicago's Printers Row Lit Fest Draws Record Crowds

    Chicago's Printers Row Lit Fest drew 125,000 people to the Loop neighborhood during the 30th annual festival of books.

  • Cons for Pros—and Fans: Romance 2014

    In 1980, Romance Writers of America held its first annual conference. It was joined in 1983 by the Romantic Times Booklovers Convention. Known respectively as RWA and RT, these two events host thousands of authors, readers, agents, and publishers each year, providing attendees opportunities network with industry professionals, connect with readers, and find new inspiration.

  • #WeNeedDiverseBooks Announces Initiatives

    The grassroots group #WeNeedDiverseBooks announced at BookCon that it is launching several new initiatives to promote multicultural books and authors. Plans include the first Children's Literature Diversity Festival in Washington, D.C. in 2016.

  • Lineup for CUNY Publishing Institute Set

    CUNY has announced the roster for its second annual Publishing Institute, to be held in New York City June 2–6.

  • World Book Night Touts Increased Media Attention

    World Book Night U.S., an ambitious nonprofit campaign to promote reading throughout the country, is reporting stronger-than-ever media attention for its just-finished April 2014 push.

  • The Muse & the Market Place

    The 13th annual GrubStreet conference in Boston resembled a mini-AWP.

  • WBN 2014: Walking the Lighthouse Road Along Lake Superior

    While World Book Night this year didn't go exactly as PW's Midwest correspondent anticipated it would go, missions were accomplished yesterday.

  • SIBA Sets Dates for 'Fall Discovery Show'

    The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance has announced the dates for its fall regional trade show through 2017.

  • 2014 WBN Week Kicks Off

    World Book Night U.S. has officially kicked off the week of its 2014 campaign, which culminates on April 23 when 25,000 volunteers will give out books nationwide.

  • Savannah Book Festival to Offer Year-Round Author Events

    The Savannah Book Festival announced plans to offer year-round author events, starting with Tami Hoag set to headline the Spring 2014 event.

  • PubWest to Offer Continuing Ed

    PUB501 is designed to develop new skills and techniques for book publishing professionals with one to five years experience in the industry.

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