Expiration Day by William Campbell Powell
Unshelved strip for 4/7/2014

Unshelved @ TxLA

TxLA starts tomorrow, and Unshelved will be there! Come by booth 2339 to say Hi to Gene and Jana and they'll give you a free Be Informed badge ribbon while supplies last!

Shopping for gifts? They've got Library Ranger badges, copies of our newest books Bibliovores, Upgrade Path, Fifty Shades of Brains, and great deals on book bundles, tons of t-shirts, our new Reading Levels and Plagiarism posters, and much more. This is also a great chance to talk to Gene in person about doing a talk at your library this year or next.

And if you haven't already, peruse our TxLA vendor preview guides parts one and two to find out about exclusive events, giveaways, and author signings!

New Talks

We've added several new events to our talks & appearances schedule:

  • On May 7 we'll be speaking to the staff of the Chicago Public Library
  • On May 9 I'll be speaking to the staff of the Indian Prairie, IL Public Library District
  • On October 1 Gene and I will keynote the Pennsylvania Library Association conference in Lancaster, PA
  • On April 25, 2015 (some folks plan ahead!) Gene and I will speak to the staff of the Omaha, NE Public Library

As always it can save everyone money when we combine trips, so have a look to see if one of our dates is convenient to your event!

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July 23-Jul 27 San Diego, CA
Comic Con International
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Aug 14 Helena, MT
Pacific Northwest Library Association
STP (Bill & Gene)

Aug 26 South Sioux City, NE
South Sioux City Public Library
Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

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