New England Independent Booksellers Association

NEIBA All About the Books!

& ABA Education Program

Wednesday April 29, 2015

Crothers Chapel

First Parish Church

3 Church Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA


 Thanks to Bookazine for their continued support
of All About the Books

10:30 – 12:00

Author Talks and Readings

Phyllis Austin, Queen Bee, Tilbury House

Alice B. Fogel, Interval, Schaffner Press

Jonathan Galassi, Muse: A novel, Random House - Knopf

Stephen Kurkjian, Master Thieves, PublicAffairs

Ken Liu, The Grace Of Kings, Simon & Schuster

Lisa Lutz, How To Start a Fire, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Michaela MacColl, The Revelation of Louisa May, Chronicle

Matthew Pearl, The Last Bookaneer, Penguin Press

Spencer Quinn, Woof, Scholastic

Jennifer Tseng, Mayumi And The Sea Of Happiness, Europa Editions


12:00 – 1:30

Boxed Lunch

A relaxed boxed lunch with plenty of time to meet and connect with the authors.


 1:30 – 4:00

ABA Education - Exploring New Markets

Thoughtful innovation, combined with organized planning and execution, is key to successfully tapping new -- and profitable -- markets. This session will review a number of opportunities in both customer demographics and proven sales and marketing initiatives, with an emphasis on the practical steps necessary to implement appropriate programs in your store.


ABA Spring Forum

ABA executives will lead an open forum and discuss industry issues. Attendees help guide the agenda of the forum, so please come with questions and comments.

Registration is now closed.

Deadline April 21

New England Independent Booksellers Association
1955 Massachusetts Avenue, #2, Cambridge, MA  02140
(617) 547-3642; fax: (617) 547-3759         

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