Presented by Publishers Weekly, the the first U.S. Book Show will start (virtually) tomorrow, May 25!
This will be a three-day virtual conference to serve the bookselling, library, media and book publishing industry. The event is open to librarians and booksellers, book media, the book publishing community and allied vendors and publishing professionals. Attendees will enjoy a wide array of editor, book and author panels; topical library panels; professional programming geared towards publishing professionals; networking opportunities and awards celebrations; and robust exhibit halls featuring publishers, big and small.
Oprah Winfrey will open the show by discussing her newest book What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing. To find the whole list of events, panelists and speakers, you can consult the schedule here!
If you want to purchase a ticket for the event, don’t hesitate to do it now because today is the last day to register! Tickets are all-inclusive and give access to all editorial programming, author events and discussions, the exhibit halls, awards programming, keynote addresses, scheduled chats, networking, access to galleys, materials and giveaways. There’s also special pricing available for booksellers, librarians, Library Board Trustees/Members and Friend of Library Organizations. You can purchase a ticket here.
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