July 15, 2019

Dispatches from StokerCon 2019

StokerCon is the annual conference held by the Horror Writers Association, culminating in the Bram Stoker Awards. With just over 400 participants, it’s a smaller event, but the daily schedule (which ran from 8 a.m. to midnight) was filled with an impressive number of sessions, panels, and activities.  

June 26, 2019

Confessions of a first-time ALA attendee

I’ve been working in libraries for almost a decade but have never been able to go to the annual ALA conference due to family, school, or work obligations. My luck changed this year after joining NoveList this past July. It’s my job to talk with libraries, so it was my job to go to ALA! 

June 7, 2019

Come see us at ALA 2019!

Librarians, including librarians from NoveList, are converging on Washington D.C. for the ALA Annual Conference. It’s been almost ten years since ALA was in D.C. and there’s a ton of new stuff to see (outside of the conference programming). We hope that you’ll also take the time to stop by the EBSCO Booth #2533 in the Exhibit Hall and get some insider information on what’s new and forthcoming from NoveList. 

February 1, 2019

With my people at ALAMW19

It’s been a minute since I worked in a library but when I go to a conference, it doesn’t take me long to get back into full-on librarian mindset –trolling publishers’ booths for hot-n-fresh ARCs, failing to resist picking up cool swag, and fangirling over authors.

January 14, 2019

Come see us at ALA Midwinter 2019!

Packing your bags for Seattle for ALA Midwinter this year? Don’t forget to take time out of your schedule to stop by the EBSCO booth #1509 and get some insider info on what’s new and forthcoming with NoveList.

October 25, 2018

Reading advocacy

Imagine if we shifted from thinking about readers' advisory to something more like reading advocacy. What if we started hitting the streets, getting out in the world, and talking to people about reading and how it transforms lives? What if we spent more time advocating for the value of reading? 

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