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I-hsu Lin, Linda Yau, Tom Good
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As a disclaimer from the panel this is not the definitive list of the best graphic novels for this year, since the panelists have not gotten to read everything just yet. Though this is the panel’s picks for the best … Continue reading
Reported and Photographs by Linda Yau
Intermixed with the show room was a robust schedule of panels avaliable for attendees to attend. BEA Panels were designed for booksellers and librarians, and were all relevant toward funneling interest in the publishing industry. Panel topics was related to … Continue reading
Attendees waiting for the show floor to open. (This was a familiar sight on all three days at two entrances)
Happy Memorial Weekend! It has been that time of the year again, and before I even get on my experience this year. I have to say this year felt slightly like New York Comic Con last year again. Why? Because … Continue reading
Reported and Photographs by Linda Yau Image courtesy of Book Expo 2010 Press Photos
Reported and Photographs by Linda Yau Book Expo America had some notable changes this year. One it was moved to mid-week. Two, the exhibition show was cut by a day. Three the method for counting attendance was changed in mentioning … Continue reading