Wednesday, Jun 20, 2012
by Ned Wazowski
Curio & Co. at the American Library Association
You can’t avoid “overdue” jokes at the biggest library conference.
Here at Curio & Co. we love a good library. Shelves and shelves of books, helpful staff who can answer any question, and those crinkly book covers – what’s not to love? We’ve toured beautiful libraries in Europe that are practically museum pieces themselves (Margie’s a sucker for those ladders that slide along the shelves), but sometimes a hometown library is best.
So naturally we’re pleased as punch to be taking part in the American Library Association’s annual conference at the Anaheim Convention Center this weekend from Thursday the 21st to Monday the 25th. The conference schedule includes lots of our favorite writers (and Margie has tickets to see the last-ever show of the literary world’s only rock band, the Rock Bottom Remainders). We can’t wait to hear about all the best books – because no one knows books like librarians!
If you’re coming to the ALA conference in Anaheim, come see us at Booth 784 and say hello.
This giclée of the 1986 Roger Believe cover of Blissful Innocence (Beata Innocenza) is part...