Hamilton Wayzgoose Will Bring Type to Virtual Life in November

October 10, 2021 admin 0

The 13th Annual Hamilton Wayzgoose is a virtual event scheduled for Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6, 2021. The conference will feature keynotes, speakers and workshop leaders including E.M. Ginger, an editor and author who has worked with fine and rare books and scholarly material for five decades; Alice Savoie, independent type designer and researcher based in France; Radha Pandey, papermaker and letterpress printer and several others. The keynote speakers and presenters scheduled throughout […]

World Happiness Week

World Happiness Week

March 3, 2021 admin 0

A six day summit called World Happiness Week and streamed around the world will focus our energy on recovery, accelerating the global movement for well-being via the most accessible event on the planet. World Happiness Foundation founder Luis Gallardo explains that the goal is “to explore suffering and flourishing at World Happiness Week. It is neither necessary nor desirable to eliminate human struggles and frailties to pursue a flourishing human life. Creating a proper attitude and […]

Rare Literary Items Will Headline University Archives’ March 25th Online Auction

March 21, 2020 admin 0

The auction is packed with rare books, manuscripts, relics and more, many of them signed by history’s brightest luminaries.” — John Reznikoff Part 1 of the Forbes Collection – 49 lots of phenomenal items from the estate of Malcolm Forbes (1919-1990), the multimillionaire magazine publisher and discerning collector of Americana – and Part 2 of items from the estate of Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac will headline University Archives’ online auction slated for Wednesday, March […]

2020 London Book Fair Canceled Due to COVID-19 Coronavirus Concerns

March 4, 2020 News Editor 0

The 49th London Book Fair, to have been held from March 10th to 12th at Kensington Olympia has been canceled. Whether or not the Fair would go ahead had been the subject of speculation over the last week or so. But a wave of cancelations by agencies and publishers prompted the final cancelation. London Book Fair has been cancelled in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, hours after major publishers said they would not attend. […]

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Shaanxi, the Ancient Millennium Capital, Develops “City with Book Aroma”

January 5, 2020 admin 0

In recent years, Shaanxi has been taking the globally leading position of promoting tourism and culture, and now has grown into the“web celebrity” in the global tourism market. In an era dominated by social media and network flow, Shaanxi has been closely following the pace of the development of the times. The history and culture of Shaanxi offers the integration of the thousand-year-old capital and the modern city. City Wall, Terracotta Warriors, Tang Paradise, and […]

Wizard World Teams with Positive Tomorrows for Book Program

August 21, 2019 admin 0

Wizard World has teamed with Positive Tomorrows an organization that helps homeless families educate their children to create pathways to success. Wizard World is asking fans to bring child-appropriate graphic novels, comics, science fiction books, or any other similar reading materials to Wizard World Tulsa, September 6th to 8th at Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center Center and leave them in a specially marked donation receptacle near the Special Guest Registration desk. As a thank you, […]

Eighth Annual Buffalo Bookfest

July 12, 2019 admin 0

The eighth annual Buffalo Bookfest will be an exciting one day event. It takes place tomorrow, Saturday July 13th from noon until five pm. The Buffalo Bookfest is taking place at one of the top book-focused venues in the North East, the fabulous WNY Book Arts Center at 468 Washington Street in downtown Buffalo, New York. It is a free, fun and family friendly festival in celebration of all things focusing on the book. Some of […]

Books Blooming Near Baltimore

May 31, 2019 Linda L. Richards 0

A Maryland town bent on recreating itself as a wonderful place to live took a terrific step in the right direction when it conceived of a reading festival that included, as much as possBooks in Bloom Returns to ible, something for everyone. Fast forward three years and Columbia, Maryland is well on their path and the Books in Bloom Festival they conceived of then is a huge success. Books in Bloom says that they seek […]

First Antiracist Bookfest Begins Saturday

April 24, 2019 Linda L. Richards 0

The first ever Antiracist Bookfest kicks off this Saturday, April 27th at American University in Washington, DC. From the Web site: The #Antiracist Bookfest is the first and only book festival that brings together, showcases, and celebrates the nation’s leading antiracist writers and helps to prepare the writers of tomorrow. This year’s festival primarily features authors of anti-Black racism and its intersections. Panels are topically organized with two authors and a moderator, followed by book […]