David L. Ulin is book editor of the Los Angeles Times. He is the author of The Myth of Solid Ground: Earthquakes, Prediction, and the Fault Line Between Reason and Faith, and he is the editor of Another City: Writing from Los Angeles and Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology.
Patrick Brown is the webmaster for Vroman's Bookstore in Pasadena, where he writes the Vroman's Blog. He also manages the store's presence on Twitter and Facebook. He has written book reviews for Publishers Weekly and was a regular contributor to the book blog The Millions.
Otis Chandler is the founder of goodreads.com. He is a software engineer at heart and loves tinkering on his website to make it the best product possible. He graduated from Stanford University. Along with a passion for building websites, he's also a voracious reader.
Sara Nelson is the former editor-in-chief at Publisher's Weekly and is currently a freelance journalist contributing to TheWrap.com and the Los Angeles Times. She is the author of So Many Books, So Little Time: A Year of Passionate Reading.
Richard Nash is an independent publishing consultant and entrepreneur supporting the writer-reader relationship that is the essence of literary culture. In 2006, Publishers Weekly picked him as one of the 10 editors to watch in the coming decade.
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Absolutely would recommend. I'm listening for a presentation on "What Is A Book" for Howard Rheingold's Think-Know Tools course. AND I did it while raking the yard!
Love Richard Nash's point of view, love it when he gets passionate about gatekeepers and the primacy of the conversation about books between "friends."
Masterful management of the panel by Los Angeles Times book critic David L. Ulin.
"Publishing 3.0: Content and Conversation"
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