Book lovers nationwide rejoice as the American Library Association (ALA) gears up for its 2016 Conference, June 23-28. The annual conference is a fun and lively event, attracting librarians and other participants by the thousands. This year’s speakers include bestselling authors Margaret Atwood, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Eric Dyson, and Brad Meltzer.
For self-publishing authors, participation in the ALA Conference is a golden opportunity to get your book in front of thousands of librarians. And you don’t have to travel to Orlando, Florida, to do it!
When you arrange exhibition through Outskirts Press, your book will receive valuable, face-out exposure on an exclusive shelf with four other Outskirts Press titles at the ALA Conference. An Outskirts representative will be on hand to personally answer questions about your book, and we will forward you any inquiries/leads we receive for your book so that you can do a personal follow-up.
The ALA’s annual conference attracts librarians from all levels of management, from all types of libraries, from all across the country, with attendance estimated at 25,000 and growing. These are the attendees who will be networking and browsing for books.
Yours could be one of the books they’re buzzing about!
Space is limited, so don’t miss out on this affordable marketing opportunity. Click here and reserve your spot for the next ALA Conference!