I am very excited to be on a panel to discuss bookstores and libraries as spaces of resistance and refuge as part of the Flyover Fest this weekend! The fest takes place all weekend at Used Kids Records, Wild Goose Creative, and Rambling House Soda. I'll be at Rambling House from 11-5 on Saturday May 13th for the book fair, and the panel will be there at 4:00. From the Flyover Fest website: "In an environment seen by millions as regressive, learn how bookstores and libraries are places of activism and refuge. Moderated by Bryan Loar and Andrea Dixon of Cbus Libraries, featuring Charlie Pugsley of Bookspace, Linda Kass of Gramercy Books, and Angela Grandstaff of Columbus Metropolitan Library." Click here for the Flyover Fest website, here for the Cbus Libraries page on the event, and here for the Facebook even page.