An Illustrated Guide to Book Expo 2018

Bob Eckstein illustrated the happenings at the reimagined Book Expo 2018. Explore his observations here.
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Bob Eckstein illustrated the happenings at the reimagined Book Expo 2018. If you missed out on the fun (or even if you attended and were unable to catch Bob's brilliance in real time), explore his observations below. For more charming illustrations for writers and other clever folks, follow Bob on Twitter @bobeckstein and on Instagram @bob_eckstein.

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