Earlier this month, a poll was sent to CAPA members for feedback regarding attendance at in-person meetings. The results are telling: 50% of respondents would be comfortable to attend an indoor, in-person meeting in August. 54% of respondents would be comfortable to attend an indoor, in-person meeting in September. For both questions, 30% of respondentsContinue reading “Upcoming Meetings”
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Karen Elizabeth Baril Connecticut is one of those rare places on earth that is home to dozens of independent book shops. Not just one or two, but a marvelous collection of unique book-browsing adventures. Now that the pandemic is loosening its grip, it’s time to get out and explore the aisles of the indies. ThisContinue reading “Road to Adventure; Connecticut’s Indie Bookshop Trail”
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By Brian Jud The Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association (CAPA) has been Connecticut’s premier association for authors and publishers since 1994. We currently have over 140 active members and build our numbers every month. Here are a few reasons why. For twelve years CAPA members participated in our Big-E exhibit, and at its peak soldContinue reading “The One Place CT’s Authors and Publishers Need to Be”