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BEA Reports

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So I spent the weekend at home, catching up on some work, some writing, and even managed to grace the small screen on a local charity telethon. Meanwhile, the hoards of litbloggers who invaded New York City seem to have enjoyed BookExpo America.

Ed reports on those who managed to escape his clutches and those who who were brave enough to stay while also recapping his Day Two experiences.

Mark, who is undoubtedly the hardest working blogger on the BEA floor, hasn’t had time to post a great deal of convention reports yet. But keep an eye on his site because he’s a detailed and keen observer. I can’t wait to read his opinions on this year’s festivities. 

Galleycat provides their usual professional reporting.

Pinky’s Paperhaus has a few BEA celebrity sightings along with a funny instance where a publishing company claimed to have brought absolutely zero publicists to the biggest book convention in the industry.

Bookdwarf got to meet Philip Roth and pick up some cool children’s books.