Book lovers are buzzing about BookExpo America!

BookExpo America (BEA) is the largest and most popular industry book fair and publishing event in the United States. This year, it’s taking place in Chicago, Illinois…and we wouldn’t miss it for the world!

Outskirts Press representatives attending this year’s premier event are not only learning what’s new and what next in book publishing. They’re also promoting some of our self-publishing authors’ books and putting them front and center before over 10,000 industry professionals and well over twice that many consumers.

Click here to see how to include YOUR book for next year’s event!

Outskirts Press authors participating in the BEA Book Fair receive valuable, face-out exposure of their book on an exclusive shelf with four other Outskirts Press titles, and a representative is there to answer questions. Your book could be there too!

When you sign up for the BEA, your book will be prominently displayed at the 2017 Outskirts booth and also featured in the trade show catalogue as a “title on display,” which industry professionals can access at a later date as needed. And we’ll forward any contact we receive regarding your book directly to you for personal follow-up.

The BEA draws over 100,000 attendees from all over the world, but its focus is squarely on American books, publishers, and authors—offering U.S. authors a golden opportunity to expose their work to those who live and breathe books. If you’re looking to get your book into the hands of one of the important contacts at BEA—without leaving the comfort of home—Outskirts Press can help.

But space is limited, so reserve your spot in next year’s BEA now! Click here for more details!

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