Thank You

As we wake up on the morning after what we hope, based on comments from delegates, has been another enjoyable conference, we have so many people we have to thank for making it a success.

Firstly, all of the speakers for sharing their erudition and doing so in such an entertaining fashion.

To our partners the British Library (for such a fabulous venue and all the unsung backroom services such as Audio Visual support, not forgetting content for the goody bags and putting them together, which makes our lives easier on the day) and HarperCollins Publishers (for content for the goody bags and providing competition prize).

To Kazabo Publishing for additional goody bag content.

To Coffee and Crime for providing another competition prize.

To the Barbican Library for the exhibition of their unique collection of early editions of classic Golden Age titles.

And Lucy Gordon-Smith for volunteering as “second roving microphone” in the auditorium.

But most of all we want to thank you, our conference delegates, for coming along and giving your attention, your enthusiasm, your fantastic questions and contributions from the floor. Without your active participation, quite simply, there would be no conference.

Thank you all. And we look forward to welcoming you back next year for Bodies From The Library 2019.

The Bodies From The Library Team

Liz Cooper, Susan Cooper, John Curran, Norman Home, Mike Linane

3 responses to “Thank You

  1. Such a wonderful day! I look forward to each conference for months in advance and have never been disappointed ; the organisation is superb and the huge amount of effort that goes into its running is invisible to the delegates, making it a relaxed and happy event. Quite obviously it is run by a flock of swans: calm and serene on top but paddling like hell underneath!. Many thanks to you all

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