How To Submit A Book For 2017 PNBA Display

Part of our 2016 PNBA display

We’re off to Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association’s Fall Trade Show in October. Once again we will have a table displaying all the variety of books published by indie authors.

If you would like us to display your work at the table, you can bring up to 2 books for display, related sales literature, and a check for $40 to the September 25 meeting.  If you can’t make the meeting, please mail your payment, books, and sales literature to Book Publishers Northwest, 2212 Queen Anne Ave North #275, Seattle WA 98109.

Please send everything in time to reach us by October 2, 2017.

Checks should be made out to Book Publishers Northwest. We do not accept any other form of payment. Please include an email address with your check so we may acknowledge payment.

Information on how to display and cost of display for 2018 will be posted in late summer 2018.

At the end of the trade show, display books are donated to PNBA’s Rural Library program that helps rural libraries stock their shelves. Any remaining sales literature is recycled.

One thought on “How To Submit A Book For 2017 PNBA Display

  1. Knox Gardner says:

    Thanks Rosemary! I was just thinking I owed you folks some money and wondering about this.

    Is it still possible to go and also volunteer for a time slot? I have not looked it it much, except to know where and when it is. I am just packing and leaving for four days at the Montana Book Festival. I was thinking I could drive back from Montana and go to Portland for PNBA directly, rather than coming back to Seattle, with Sunday volunteer slots being my preferred.

    I am also sorry to miss so many lectures. Tonight, we have a pal who is moving to England, so last time I can see him..and it seems every month has turned into something like that…but also, truth be told, some days the drive across town to Wallingford at rush hour does not appeal!

    I have three new books, officially published next week, and I’ll send you a press release on them. It has been on my list. 😉 The never ending list.

    I keep telling everyone trying to be a publisher is really hard. The only thing harder: marriage. My god, it is hard.

    Knox Gardner Publisher (c) 206-351-5759



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