BEA SHOW DAILY
MEETINGS AND EVENTS
Children’s Book & Author Breakfast. Speakers: Cory Doctorow,Mitali Perkins, Richard Peck; Master of Ceremonies, Sarah Ferguson,the duchess of York (Special Events Hall)
8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
“Big Ideas at BEA” Conference. Panels include “How theDigital Cloud Works for Publishers and Users”; “Rights, Royalties &Retailers: What Works?”; “Writing Sex: 3
Writers about Intimacyon the Page”; “Who’s Reading E-books?”; “The New Landscape of Collab oration: Where Do Book Producers Fit In?”
9 a.m.–6 p.m.
Exhibit Hall, Author Stages, and International Rights &Business Center open.
Speed Dating with Children’s Authors & Illustrators(this event is for booksellers only, Room 1E15)
BEA Young Adult Editor’s Buzz. Moderator, Jack Martin,New York Public Library. Editors: Julie Strauss-Gabel, Dutton; JenniferWeis, St. Martin’s Press; Cindy Eagan, Poppy; Farrin Jacobs, Harper Teen;Arthur Levine, Arthur A. Levine Books (Room 1E15).
Town Hall (Room 1E10)
Annual Membership Meeting (Room 1E10)
More than 750 authors autographing; here are just a few names: Michael,Koryta, Adriana Trigiani, Oscar Hijuelos, Karin Slaughter, Dorothea BentonFrank, Lisa Gardner, Rosemary Wells, Michael Lister, Michele Lang, KarenKingsbury, Ridley Pearson, Jack Owens, Bruce Lansky, Ed Briant, JohnMoody, Mary Higgins Clark, Scott Spencer, Steve Berry.
Kris Kringle, the Musical
, based on a book by MariaCiampi, drew nice crowds throughout the day Tuesday,with 15-minute perfomances at the top of the hour.Meanwhile, the temperature outdoors rose into the upper80s, with hotter weather predicted for today and Thursday.
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