Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Listen to this announcement and share it with friends

Please listen to this special announcement from Sarah Smith, manager of the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair. This is about the change in dates from our usual time on the second full weekend in March to April 21-23, 2017. This change is taking place because the New York Antiquarian Book Fair and two shadow fair are moving to our usual time in March. We have taking this step to accommodate booksellers and book buyers who attend the New York show and are regulars at our show.

Please watch Michael Slicker, chairman of the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair committee on Rare Book Cafe on this Saturday, May 28 at 2:30 p.m. Mike will discuss the date change of the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair and answer questions from call-in viewers.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

RARE BOOK CAFE: It's here at last! The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair opens Friday at 5 p.m. at St. Petersburg Coliseum

WATCH LIVE: We're going to be live on Saturday afternoon at our regular time -- 2:30 ET. We're going to be visiting with various booksellers who are exhibiting at the fair who will show you some of their special items. Please make sure you tune in for this special broadcast. If you are within driving distance, we urge you to come to the book fair. It only happens once a year and this is it. If you're going to visit, please take pictures and share on social media using the hashtags #floridabookfair and #sunlitfestival. Please follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Saturday, March 5, 2016

RARE BOOK CAFE: Today we're talking about the book fair, and the potential value of your books, especially golf books

WATCH LIVE: Steven Eisenstein, co-host of Rare Book Cafe, is packing boxes as he gets read for the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair next week in St. Petersburg. He'll be taking a break this afternoon at 2:30 for the show. Joined by co-host Thorne Donnelley, he'll be discussing the upcoming book fair, the value of books you may have in your library, and how to learn more. One topic of discussion will be golf books, a popular item that might hold considerable value.

Tune in today right here on the book fair blog or join Steven and Thorne on to join in the conversation. It's easy to sign into Blab. Launch your Twitter account first, then, in a new window on your browser, go to Blab will use the information in your Twitter account to sign you onto the platform. Follow the prompts for getting set up, then find Rare Book Cafe under SCHEDULED if you're signing in before the show. If the show is already in progress, you'll find it in ON AIR.