Many members of the book industry across the country participated in the Women's Marches held on Saturday, and as the American Library Association Mid-Winter Meeting and Exhibits got underway in Atlanta, Ga., some attendees ducked out to attend the city's march. Among our favorite signs seen in photos from the marches: "Librarians for Facts," "Book Clubs Against Bigots," "Make Margaret Atwood Fiction Again," "Women Who Read Are Dangerous" and "Women Are Literally the Best."
From top l., clockwise: Shelf Awareness's Kristianne Huntsberger and Marilyn Dahl in Seattle, Wash.; Margot Sage-EL, Watchung Booksellers, Montclair, N.J., in New York City; Christine Onorati of WORD Bookstores in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Jersey City, N.J., at the march in Washington, D.C.; Suzanna Hermans of Oblong Books & Music, Rhinebeck and Millerton, N.Y., with Alex Wolf in Washington; Steve Ross, Abrams Artists Agency, in D.C.; Flatiron's Bob Miller and Brian DeFiore of DeFiore & Company Literary Management in New York
via Shelf Awareness
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