A three-day digital program, the US Book Show–which lies on the calendar where BookExpo did–is announcing panel discussions.
‘US Book Fair’ Set for a May Digital Debut Following BookExpo’s Closure
The trade magazine ‘Publishers Weekly’ expects to stage a late-May digital edition of a ‘US Book Fair,’ as a replacement to BookExpo.
ReedPop Cancels BookExpo, ‘Retiring’ the Trade Show and BookCon
After the physical events were canceled earlier this year because of the pandemic, BookExpo and its public-facing BookCon are being closed.
Friday’s BookExpo Online Sessions Schedule; Jonathan Karp To Lead S&S
The news of Jonathan Karp’s promotion to CEO of Simon & Schuster coincides with the conclusion of BookExpo’s US trade show 2020 digital sessions.
Tuesday’s BookExpo Online Sessions Schedule: May 26
ReedPop’s trade show opens its digital events, which are available free of charge to the public. The weekend will feature a digital edition of BookCon.
Coronavirus Updates: BookExpo and ‘BookConline’ Go Digital May 26 to 31
The next publishing trade show to go digital is the United States’ BookExpo, with its public-facing BookCon set to have an outing online, too.
BookExodus: More Big Five Withdrawals, and BISG Opens a COVID-19 Survey
BISG surveys the impact on publishing of the COVID-19 emergency, and Hachette, Simon & Schuster, and HarperCollins withdraw from BookExpo.
Coronavirus: Singapore’s Fest Postpones; Rathbones’ Prize Is Digital; Javits as a Hospital
The COVID-19 pandemic’s rapid expansion prompts the cancellation of the 2020 Asian Festival of Children’s Content in Singapore, and the UK Rathbones Folio Prize ceremony goes online.
BookExpo Touts Its New Logo and an Emphasis on Personal Engagement
As its attendance and exhibition levels declined in recent years, BookExpo this year is emphasizing face-to-face contact to draw book-business players.
New York Rights Fair To Colocate at Javits Center With BookExpo in 2019
After testing the preferences of 2018 attendees in surveys, BookExpo and the New York Rights Fair have announced that while the two events will continue to be independently produced, they’ll both be together at the Javits Center in 2019.