Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can I participate?

Anyone can participate anywhere in the world. During the month of April, save any edits you make to Wikimedia projects with the hashtag #EveryBookItsReader, and your additions and edits will be tracked on the Wikimedia Hashtags dashboard

In addition, you can find local, regional, or national events on the Outreach Dashboard.

If you’re not sure where to begin editing, consult this Oregon State University Library Guide: Creating and editing Wikipedia articles about books. In addition, you can find local, regional, or national events on the Outreach Dashboard.

How can I host an event?

Anyone and everyone is welcome to organize an event for #EveryBookItsReader. These events are usually held in April at libraries, schools, universities, bookstores, or online. We encourage you to add your event to the April 2024 campaign dashboard. If you are looking for more information about how to organize a local event, we encourage you to use resources  from Art+Feminism.

How can I use the logo?

Anyone can use the campaign logo which has been shared under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 license. The logo and companion materials were created by Brazilian artist Andreia Tiemi in several languages and can be downloaded in Wiki Commons. If there is no logo in the desired language, please send us an email and we will do our best to provide a version.

A new visual identity was developed for the campaign in 2024. We recommend that you use the 2024 version.

How can I get funding?

We are volunteers and do not have funding to distribute at this time. However, you can seek funding through a Wikimedia Foundation Rapid Grant

Where can I find information about the campaign on Meta?

Although we are using everybookitsreader.org as our central online location for information about #EveryBookitsReader, you can also find information on Wikimedia Meta-Wiki.