The ABAA's Pacific Northwest Chapter is pleased to announce that it will be sponsoring a Rare Booksellers' Seminar on Digital Tools and Tricks for the Bookselling Trade. The seminar will be held in Seattle on Thursday, June 28 from 9am-4pm. ABAA members and booksellers in the Pacific Northwest region are invited to attend this free event, but space is limited and pre-registration is required. Digital Tools and Tricks for the Bookselling Trade Featuring via Skype: * Joel Silver, Associate Director and Curator of Books, The Lilly Library, Indiana University: My Favorite Reference Sources for Researching Rare Books * Dan Gregory from Between the Covers Rare Books: Rare Book Photography for the Busy Book Professional * Luke Lozier, from Bibliopolis: Don't Trust the Cloud: Maintaining Control over your Digital Assets * Joachim Koch, from Books Tell You Why: The Ins/Outs and Importance of Social Media for the Rare Bookseller: Twitter, Blogs, Facebook, et al. Thursday, June 28th: 9am to 4 pm Reception courtesy of the PNW Chapter to follow. Seattle Public Library, Level 4, Conference Room 2 (also known as the Howard S. Wright Family and Janet W. Ketchum Conference Room) For directions and parking information: http://www.spl.org/locations/central-library/cen-getting-there-and-parking To register for the seminar, please contact Priscilla Lowry-Gregor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember, space is limited, so register now!