What Book Bloggers are Looking Forward to at BEA – Panels & BEA Events

There is a lot going on during BEA, including lots and lots of panels and other events. It is difficult to know what to go to, but (hopefully) knowing what panels OTHER book bloggers are interested in is helpful. Head to one of these panels and you are likely to meet some other bloggers interested in the same information. This list isn’t exhaustive, but I have built it based on what you all told me about your BEA plans, what I have put together on my schedule, and a fantastic schedule created by Heather of Age 30 Books.

Note: Links to go panel information on the BEA website. Also, for the sake of ease, I have included events in publisher’s booths in this list.

Check out my post about signings and stay tuned for a post about outside events at BEA! Also see Nicole’s post about eating at BEA.

Tuesday

What

When

Where

Bringing Your Author to the Social Media Party – And Getting Them To Stay

9:30-10:30

Room 1E02

Copyright in Motion

11:00-12:00

Room 1E02

Editor’s Buzz

4:30-5:30

Room 1E13

Wednesday

What

When

Where

Children’s Author Breakfast (ticket required, call BEA Customer service to have the ticket added to your registration

8:00-9:00

Special Events Hall

Designing & Executing an e-Strategy for Authors: A Publisher and Agency Perspective

9:30-10:30

Room 1E14

How the Digital Book Cloud Works for Publishers and Users

9:30-10:30

Room 1E04

Get Caught Listening: Nelson DeMille and Scott Brick

10:00-10:45

Midtown Stage

Hot Book Club Titles for Fall (Book Club Girl is on the panel!)

10:00-11:00

Room 1E17

Dystopian Fiction Panel

10:30-11:30

Uptown Stage

Nonfiction for Kids & Teens

11:00-12:00

Room 1E14

Tastes from the White House Garden Cookbook – SNACKS

11:30-12:00

Booth 3146

Get Caught Listening: Galaxy Press

2:00-2:45

Midtown Stage

YA Editor’s Buzz

2:00-3:15

Room 1E15

Are eBooks Good for Authors?

2:30-3:30

Room 1E14

Steam Punk Panel

3:00-3:50

Midtown Stage

To Kill A Mockingbird 50th Anniversary Champagne Toast

3:00-4:00

Booth 3359

Books Plus: The Creative & Business Questions Surrounding Enhance ebooks

3:30-4:30

1E14

Community Social Networking: A Guide for Retailers and Librarians

3:30-4:30

1E03

Suspense: Writer, Storyteller, Entertainer

4:00-4:50

Uptown Stage

Other Press Cocktail Party – Food and Alcohol

4:30-5:30

Booth 4340

Thursday

What

When

Where

Adult Author Breakfast (ticket required, call BEA Customer service to have the ticket added to your registration) – Jon Stewart hosting

8:00-9:30

Special Events Hall

Unbridled Books Blogger Breakfast/Tweet Up – FOOD AND COFFEE

9:00-11:00

Booth 4241

Get Caught Listening: Katherine Kellgren

10:00-10:30

Midtown Stage

Tomorrow’s Library in a World of Digits: Publishers and Librarians Share Concerns, Ideas, and Opinions for New Mutually Beneficial Models

10:00-11:00

Room 1E15

From Writer to Reader

11:00-12:00

Room 1E17

New Green Certification Program and on-Product Logo for Publishers Unveiled

11:00-12:00

Room 1E02

The Next Decade in Book Culture

11:00-12:00

Room 1E14

Millennials & Publishers: Meet the Next Generation

2:00-3:00

Room 1E02

Nancy Pearl Unshelved

2:00-3:00

Room 1E16

Using Google’s Tools to Gain Better Market Intelligence

2:00-3:00

Room 1E03

The Author’s Reading Club

3:00-4:00

Uptown Stage

Like Chocolate for Readers – SNACKS

3:00-3:30

Booth 3146

Book Blogger Convention Reception (free to those registered for the Book Blogger Convention)

4:00-6:00

Room 1E13

I hope you find this helpful, and I hope to see you at BEA!

Stay tuned for my posts about signings and other events at BEA!

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