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Some of the wonderful authors and illustrators at TXLA 2013 Tony DiTerlizzi, Chris Gall, Lisa McMann Sherri Smith, Ruta Sepetys, David Levithan Advertisements

Some of the wonderful authors and illustrators at TXLA 2013 Tony DiTerlizzi, Chris Gall, Lisa McMann Sherri Smith, Ruta Sepetys, David Levithan

Photos from the Neil Gaiman signing at TXLA, April 2013. @neilhimself aka: a couple of lightening bolt moments with a pretty cool guy. Photos courtesy of: Jenny Martin, Julie Murphy, Tillie Nutter, Jess Capelle & Kirsten Squires Thanks for sharing

Photos from the Neil Gaiman signing at TXLA, April 2013. @neilhimself aka: a couple of lightening bolt moments with a pretty cool guy. Photos courtesy of: Jenny Martin, Julie Murphy, Tillie Nutter, Jess Capelle & Kirsten Squires Thanks for sharing

Graphic Novels about Primates, Marbles, Drama Techies, Superheroes and Adventurers at TXLA

Laura Lee Gulledge, author of the graphic novels Page by Paige and Will & Whit doesn’t limit her artistic aspirations to creating graphic novels. She is currently involved in an interactive musical production that she calls “Do It Yourself and

Graphic Novels about Primates, Marbles, Drama Techies, Superheroes and Adventurers at TXLA

Laura Lee Gulledge, author of the graphic novels Page by Paige and Will & Whit doesn’t limit her artistic aspirations to creating graphic novels. She is currently involved in an interactive musical production that she calls “Do It Yourself and

Neil Gaiman ponders what causes a book to be classified for children and recieves a standing ovation at TXLA

It’s not always easy to entertain a room full of librarians, especially in Texas. A group of librarians can be split into thirds. One group fits into the stereotypical, up-tight old coot who whispers “SHHH,” and longs for the good-old-days.

Neil Gaiman ponders what causes a book to be classified for children and recieves a standing ovation at TXLA

It’s not always easy to entertain a room full of librarians, especially in Texas. A group of librarians can be split into thirds. One group fits into the stereotypical, up-tight old coot who whispers “SHHH,” and longs for the good-old-days.

Just sat with Neil Gaiman- he saw me and said “Jenn! My favorite friend at the convention!” @neilhimself @txla #txla2013 #neilgaiman (at Fort Worth Convention Center)

Just sat with Neil Gaiman- he saw me and said “Jenn! My favorite friend at the convention!” @neilhimself @txla #txla2013 #neilgaiman (at Fort Worth Convention Center)

Lovely writer friends 💗 @andimjulie @jmartinlibrary #txla2013 @txla

Lovely writer friends 💗 @andimjulie @jmartinlibrary #txla2013 @txla

I like big books and I cannot lie… #txla2013

I like big books and I cannot lie… #txla2013