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Macmillan Library @ ALA Midwinter 2016 (Booth #1806)

We’re ridiculously excited to see you in the Macmillan (adult) booth #1806 and at all of our great events at ALA Midwinter in Boston next month. Check out our schedule below and RSVP ASAP!
Friday, January 8

ALA ERT/Booklist Author Forum with Terry Tempest Williams
4:00-5:15pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | BCEC Ballroom West

Award-winning author Terry Tempest Williams will discuss her new book, THE HOUR OF LAND: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks as part of a panel including documentarian Ken Burns and creative nonfiction writer Mark Kurlansky, moderated by Booklist‘s Donna Seaman. A book signing will follow the program.
Click here to download a recording of the event.

In-booth signing with Roshani Chokshi
5:30-7:00pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Booth #1806

Roshani Chokshi will sign complimentary copies of her YA novel, THE STAR-TOUCHED QUEEN.

Saturday, January 9

Auditorium Speaker Series with Isaac Mizrahi
10:00-11:00am
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | BCEC Ballroom West

Listen to fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi discuss his forthcoming memoir I.M. which covers his growing up gay and overweight in a Jewish orthodox community in Brooklyn, his days at the High School of Performing Arts and Parsons School of Design, the waning days of Studio 54, and his rise in the fashion and business worlds.
Click here to download a recording of the event.

Spotlight on Adult Literature: ARC & Finished Book Giveaway
2:00-4:00pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Booth #1806

Visit our booth and pick up ARCs of the following titles:

Nonfiction:

Ben Rawlence’s CITY OF THORNS: Nine Lives in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp (Picador)
Ellen Wayland-Smith’s ONEIDA: From Free Love Utopia to the Well-Set Table—an American Story (Picador)
Stephen Le’s 100 MILLION YEARS OF FOOD: What Our Ancestors Ate and Why It Matters Today (Picador)
Tom Hart’s ROSALIE LIGHTNING: A Graphic Memoir (St. Martin’s Press)

Historical Fiction:

Dominic Smith’s THE LAST PAINTING OF SARA DE VOS (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Suzanne Joinson’s THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S WIFE (Bloomsbury)
Paula Brackston’s THE RETURN OF THE WITCH (Thomas Dunne Books)
Saskia Sarginson’s THE OTHER ME (Flatiron)
Paul Goldberg’s THE YID (Picador)​

“Three’s Company: We’ll be Waiting For You” — The Best in Adult Books from Virginia Stanley, HarperCollins, Anne Spieth, Macmillan and Chris Vaccari, Sterling
2:30-3:15pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Book Buzz Theater (on the show floor)

Join Anne Spieth as she presents her favorite forthcoming adult titles from Macmillan alongside the hilarious Virginia Stanley and always-entertaining Chris Vaccari!
Click here to download a recording of the event

LibraryReads / AAP Best in Debut Authors Panel with Shobha Rao
3:00-4:00pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Room 102 B
RSVP required, space is limited

Co-hosted by LibraryReads and the AAP Trade Libraries Committee, this panel will feature six new authors including Shobha Rao (AN UNRESTORED WOMAN). A book signing will follow the program.

Details and RSVP information here.

Sunday, January 10

In-booth signing with David Levithan
10:00-11:00am
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Booth #1806

David Levithan will sign complimentary copies of his YA novel, YOU KNOW ME WELL.

In-booth signing with G.M. Malliet & Pamela Wechsler
11:00am-12:00pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Booth #1806

G.M. Malliet and Pamela Wechsler will sign complimentary copies of their mysteries, THE HAUNTED SEASON and MISSION HILL.

In-booth signing with Ann Jacobus & Anna-Marie McLemore
2:00-3:00pm
Boston Convention and Exhibit Center | Booth #1806

Ann Jacobus and Anna Marie-McLemore will sign complimentary copies of their YA novels, ROMANCING THE DARK IN THE CITY OF LIGHT and THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS (a 2016 Morris Award nominee).

RUSA Book & Media Awards Ceremony and Reception
5:00-7:00pm
Boston Park Plaza | Grand Ballroom A (50 Park Plaza)

Attend RUSA’s Book & Media Awards Ceremony and Reception to find out selections for the Reading List, Notable Books (which help form the long list for the Andrew Carnegie Medals of Excellence for Fiction and Nonfiction) and Listen List, as well as the winners of the Dartmouth Medal for reference, the Sophie Brody Medal for Jewish literature, the Zora Neale Hurston Award for achievement in promoting African-American literature, the Louis Shores Award for book reviewing and many more. If you can’t attend, follow @ala_rusa on Twitter for announcements (hashtag #literarytastes).

Monday, January 11

LibraryReads / AAP Booktalk Breakfast
8:30-10:00am
Seaport Hotel, Lighthouse 1
RSVP required, space is limited

Join LibraryReads and the AAP Trade Libraries Committee for our annual ALA Midwinter Booktalk Breakfast. Hear from Ann Leary (THE CHILDREN) and five other fabulous authors! A book signing will follow the program.

Details and RSVP information here.

Can’t be there in person? Follow the action on Twitter at @alamw and #alamw16.

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