ALAN Photos Wanted!

If you were one of the thousand-plus folks who attended the ALAN Breakfast/Workshop and took photos, I want your pictures! For the ALAN website, ALAN Online, of course. (I didn’t take any photos because, sadly, the advent of digital photography doesn’t preclude me from snapping shots of my life-long favorite subject–my thumb).

And if you’ve written up a blog or report of the weekend’s festivities and would be willing to let me post them to the website, I’d love to have those, as well. With credits, of course.

The ALAN officer who created and ran the workshop was Diane Tuccillo, retired youth librarian of the Mesa public library. Kudos to her for her year of hard hard work bringing all of these people together.

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7 Responses to ALAN Photos Wanted!

  1. sarazarr says:

    I’ve got some very self-centric photos and info on my LiveJournal…

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  2. thunderchikin says:

    You were there, and I didn’t get to meet you? EEE-YARG! We were even in the same cocktail party, and the Random House people didn’t introduce us either? Heads will roll! Well, not heads, but eyes, will. Yes, eyes will roll. Maybe.

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  3. sarazarr says:

    I somehow managed to not meet quite a number of people who I now realize were there. Next time!

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  4. c_moonshower says:

    Hey David! You devil! I responded to your comment on Sara’s site, and you’re free to use my pics and my blog—I’ve posted part the first, with part the second coming soon! I didn’t attend the ALAN breakfast, alas, but I’m glad to have met you! It was fun. XO Candie

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  5. thunderchikin says:

    Thanks for the pics and blogging. We’ll include a link to your blog in return.

    It was great to meet, eat, and laugh with you. Let’s do it again some time.

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  6. c_moonshower says:

    Absolutely! Maybe San Antonio!
    C.

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  7. cfaughnan says:

    You’re welcome to use my blog and any pictures. I can send you individual pictures if you need those rather than the blog format.

    It was a terrific conference as always! It was nice to meet you too!

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