Lining up for LJ’s annual Day of Dialog? We have a great day planned with such authors as Chelsea Cain, Mimi Sheraton, Lauren Oliver, JulesFeiffer, and Lev Grossman.
LJ’s Day of Dialog
9 a.m.–6 p.m.
LJ Day of Dialog for Publishers, Vendors, and Librarians (registration required)
Lee Boudreaux, editorial director, Ecco; Robin Desser, VP, editorial director, Knopf; Leah Hultenschmidt, editorial director, Forever and Forever Yours, Grand Central; Sarah McGrath, VP, executive editor, Riverhead; and Stephen Morrison, publisher, Picador, discuss big forthcoming titles.
What’s Cooking: Hot New Trends in Cooking and Cookbooks
Lisa Campbell, LJ Cooking columnist, University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor, talks to cooking-world luminaries: Food & Wine editor in chief Dana Cowin, James Beard award winner Johnny Iuzzini, New York Times best-selling author Marlene Koch, Food Network South Beach and New York City Wine & Food festivals founder Lee Brian Schrager, and famed food critic Mimi Sheraton.
A Town Hall Meeting, by Librarians and for Librarians: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Materials Issues Today but Were Afraid To Ask
Stephanie Anderson, head of reader services, Darien Library, CT; Melissa DeWild, collection development manager, Kent District Library, Comstock Park, MI; Robin Nesbitt, manager, Hilliard Branch, Columbus Metropolitan Library, OH; and Kaite Stover, director of readers’ services, Kansas City Public Library, MO, lead discussions on the developing topics.
Drop-Dead Gorgeous Fiction. Pt. 1: Women Writing Fiction
With New York Times best-selling author Chelsea Cain, Edgar Award nominee Sophie Littlefield, HOLT Medallion winner Pamela Nowak, best-selling YA–turned–adult author Lauren Oliver, MIRA: Harlequin editorial director Tara Parsons, Edgar Award winner Lisa Scottoline, and Indie Next author Emma Straub.
Drop-Dead Gorgeous Fiction. Pt. 2: Five Key Authors
LJ welcomes award-winning syndicated columnist Jules Feiffer, Time book critic and author Lev Grossman, Dayton Literary Peace Prize winner Marlon James, Barnes & Noble Discover Award winner Lily King, and Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley.