Heads up about the 2007 Day of Dialog for Publishers, Vendors, and Librarians sponsored by Library Journal.
It's Thursday, May 31, 2007 (AKA the day before BEA) at the McGraw-Hill Conference Center in New York City. It's free; but you do have to register. The schedule of events looks great, including "1:15–2:30 p.m.: YA Crossover. Many books speak to both adults and young adults, but how do editors and authors make the decision to pitch them to one audience or the other—or both?" Go here for more information.
I have to look at my work schedule & vacation days to see if I can attend or not, but I really want to go! On a BEA note, I will be attending that; will you?
Thanks to Trisha's comment on this post for letting us know about Day of Dialog 2007.
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