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07 Feb

ABFFE to Mix the Serious and the Sublime at BookExpo America

The American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE) will have something to appeal to both the serious and the fun-loving sides of the booksellers who visit New York City in May for BookExpo America. On Friday, May 3, Barbara Kingsolver will participate in an ABFFE panel on the impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks on civil liberties. And on Saturday night, the Rock Bottom Remainders will rock Greenwich Village in a Book Industry Foundation concert to benefit ABFFE and the Association of American Publishers' Get Caught Reading campaign.

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07 Feb

Booksellers to Bid on Visits With Top NY Authors During BEA

Booksellers who have dreamed of having a long chat with an award-winning author or illustrator will get to compete for the chance in March during a nationwide auction conducted by the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE). Leonard Marcus, Chris Raschka, Robert Sabuda, Jon Scieszka, Peter Sis, and Vera B. Williams are the first confirmed participants in the new ABFFE Author Auction (Click here for biographical info about authors in the ABFFE Author Auction).

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30 Jan

Queen Noor, Al and Tipper Gore Are Breakfast Speakers at BookExpo America; Christopher Reeve to Keynote Luncheon

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04 Jan

Bookseller Programming at BEA Offers More Than Ever

There will be more opportunities than ever for networking, professional development, and discovering the best of the fall publishers' lists at the 2002 BookExpo America, held in conjunction with the ABA Convention, set for May 2-5 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.

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04 Jan

BEA 2002 ABA Programming Schedule

Quick Links to Each Day's Events:
Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Multi-day

To download this schedule in pdf format, click here.


THURSDAY, MAY 2

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