Frankfurt Book Fair Registration Deadline: July 27!

Will we see your book at the Frankfurt Book Fair? If you haven’t already registered, the deadline to do so is Friday, July 27.

Since its inception in 1949, Frankfurt has evolved from a small publishing event into the largest publishing event in the world! As a matter of fact, each year, over 250,000 publishing professional and industry insiders attend the Frankfurt International Book Fair, which hosts over 50% more international publishers than BEA.

By arranging exhibition through Outskirts Press, your book will receive valuable, face-out exposure on an exclusive shelf with other Outskirts Press titles.

A representative will be on-hand to personally answer questions about your book. Outskirts Press will provide the necessary copies of the book and all the necessary contact information for both the author and publisher. This way, interested parties can make further contact, during or after the fair. All inquiries Outskirts Press receives about your book will be forwarded directly to you for personal follow-up in a Post-Show wrap-up.

Click here to learn more or reserve your spot at Frankfurt.


If you want to save even more, consider the Global Book Tour package. With it, you can save up to 25%. That’s four publishing events (Frankfurt, Beijing, London, and BEA) for one low price! Learn more by clicking here.

“Everyone has been so nice and helpful. I look forward to publishing more of my books with you.”

I know how it feels to be judged by the way I look. I am missing both middle fingers from birth. I never understood, as a young boy, why people treated me so different just because I was missing my middle fingers. It was like I had a disease that others would catch. The only reason I knew I was different was because that is what people told me. I have had people hit, spit and call me all sorts of mean names just because they were afraid of what they did not know. I always knew that I am no different from any of you ten-finger people. We are all human. “Sorry” never helped me.”

– Mark D. Hadley, author of I’m Sorry

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