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Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Free passes to Boston Book, Print & Ephemera Show

Thanks to Marvin Getman, who produces the show every year, LibraryThing members can attend the Boston Book, Print and Ephemera Show for free this year! The show is happening Saturday, November 16, from 8am-4pm at the Back Bay Events Center. That’s the same weekend as the Annual Boston International Antiquarian Book Fair (hosted by the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association of America).

Passes can be downloaded and printed from a special page, just for LT members, here. So, if you’re in Boston that weekend, be sure to check it out! Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it, but I’d love to hear from those of you who can!(1)

To recap

What? Boston Book, Print & Ephemera Show
When? Sat. Nov. 16, 8am-4pm
Where? Back Bay Events Center, 180 Berkeley St., Boston, MA
How do I get my tickets? Print them here.

Questions? Comments? Send them to info@librarything.com.


1. Drop me (or Matt—matt@librarything.com) a line at loranne@librarything.com

Labels: book fairs, book world, boston, events

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

LibraryThing at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Well, the rest of us didn’t get a trip to Germany, but Giovanni lucked out—he’s already there. So he gets to represent LibraryThing at the Frankfurt Book Fair.*

Look for him around the AbeBooks booth, and running a discussion: “LibraryThing.de: Meine Bibliothek im Internet.” That’s happening in the “Forum Innovation Hall 4.2 P421″ from 10:45 to 11:15 on Wednesday the 10th (which is today, if you’re in Germany).

*The world’s largest book fair. Tim went last year. Jealous? Me?

Labels: book fairs, Frankfurt, Giovanni