Hear Ye, Hear Ye! A Library Journal Day of Dialog Town-Hall Meeting

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Attendees, prompted by questions from a panel of their fellow librarians, discussed several hot-button issues at LJ’s Day of Dialog last week. The Town Hall meeting—planned to encourage the “dialog” promised on the day—was chaired by LJ’s Prepub Alert editor Barbara Hoffert, who introduced Stephanie Anderson, Head of Reader Services at Darien Library, CT; Melissa […]

Last Stanza: Poetry and Prose | What We’re Reading

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As National Poetry Month draws to a close, we share a few more treasured poems (and some novels and nonfiction) with you.

Writing the Wonders of Science | Library Journal’s Day of Dialog

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Take a slightly long table. Cover it in black cloth. Place four chairs along the side that faces out. Invite three men who have published with great success on the endeavors of science. Place one small bottled water, one glass with ice, and one paper napkin on the table in front of each chair. No bunsen […]

Day of Dialog 2013: Say Hello to Amy Tan, Richard Dawkins, Robert Pinksy, & More

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Never have we had such a strong lineup for Day of Dialog, and you can be part of it. We’re almost out of space; register today!

Register Soon for LJ Day of Dialog

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Registration is opening soon for the 2013 LJ Day of Dialog, and you’ll definitely want an alert! This year’s event, which brings together librarians, publishers, vendors, and authors for discussion of issues affecting the book and library world today, takes place on Wednesday, May 29, at the McGraw-Hill Auditorium—the day before the BookExpo America exhibits […]

BookExpo America 2012 and LJ Day of Dialog News Roundup

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BookExpo America 2012 and LJ Day of Dialog News Roundup

Day of Dialog: Editors' Picks List

Day of Dialog: Editors' Picks List

Day of Dialog: Presenting the Past in History and Fiction

Day of Dialog: Presenting the Past in History and Fiction

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