Monday, 1 June 2009

EI at The Library Show

On 10 June, we will be taking EI to Birmingham to exhibit at the Library and Information Show.

The event will enable us to speak with Librarians from across the country hopefully work with Libraries reaching a wide collection of readers.

Exclusively Independent is currently showcased in Hammersmith and Fulham Libraries. Judging by the feedback, the scheme is progressing really well, with a positive reaction to the monthly selection.

Being displayed at the event will be Three Jumpers by Michael Marr (PaperBooks), Salt & Honey by Candi Miller (Legend Press), Crime & Punishment adapted by David Zane Mairowitz (Self Made Hero), Paprika by Yasutaka Tsutsui (Alma Books), What's Wrong with Eating People? by Peter Cave (One World Publications) and Saxby Smart: Private Detective - Eye of the Serpent by Simon Cheshire (Piccadilly Press).

It was difficult to select titles that reflect the variety that EI so passionately support. We feel that the titles chosen reflect an assortment of genres, and a vast demonstration of independent talent.

'Established as the annual meeting place for the library community across all sectors - public, academic, school and workplace. The show has more exhibitors than any other UK library event.'

For more information about the event, visit


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