Tag Archives: BEA 2010

BEA Wrapup: What the Book Wants

I’m always tempted to look for themes and coherence in events that have none—maybe that’s why I do this. And I know I’m not the only one. The first topic of conversation with pretty much everyone I talked to at BEA this year was “It’s not as grim as last year.” The fact that so […]


BEA Day 1 (in Absentia)

The end of May: Summer’s heating up, we’re dusting off our seersucker and white shoes, and it’s BEA time again. I wasn’t able to make it over yesterday, and missed out on both the publishing CEO panel and Barbra Streisand. The panel, moderated by Farrar, Straus and Giroux president Jonathan Galassi, featured Workman’s Bob Miller, […]