The U.S. Book Show by Publishers will take place from May 25 to 27. It will feature a range of keynote speakers, editor and author panels, and special library and industry programming.
Participants will enjoy a jam-packed schedule and an up-close view of the current, debut, and emerging authors, writers, and artists. The event will have various keynote speakers, including Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Van Zandt, John Ingram, Anthony Doerr, Essayist Ijeoma Oluo, Keanu Reeves, Matt Kindt, Ron Garney, Brian Selznick, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Padma Lakshmi, and so much more.
Editor’s Pick & Author Panels
In the close-up panels covering eight categories, hear the behind story exclusively from editors of upcoming fall 2021 books. These are books that you need to hear about, as handpicked by Publishers Weekly editors.
Brace yourself to be moved! Keynote and author panels will include a diverse group of speakers and writers debating critical issues and forthcoming books with the assistance of experienced moderators.
The online conference enables participants and exhibitors to network, exchange ideas, engage in private or community chats, and trade contact details, among other features.
Library & Industry Programming
Librarians and business experts receive special programming. A panelist lineup addresses topics confronting the publishing industry. Rapid-fire sessions feature a diverse group of librarians, writers, and thought leaders who weigh in on the most pressing issues confronting libraries—and our region.
Free downloads! Participants will have references to galleys, giveaways, chapter samples, catalogs, and media content from authors and publishers, among other things.