Wednesday, May 22, 2024


NYU Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012


1 train to Christopher Street / Sheridan Square

6 train to Astor Place

A, C, B, D, F, M trains to West 4th Street, Washington Square

L train to 14th Street, Union Square

PATH train to 9th Street

From Moynihan Train Hall or Penn Station: Walk west toward Penn Station and Seventh Avenue. At Seventh Avenue and West 34th Street, take the 1 train south to Christopher Street / Sheridan Square.

From Grand Central Station: Follow signs to the 4/5/6 trains and take the 6 train south to Astor Place.

By cab or car service: Tell the driver you are going to NYU, 60 Washington Square South between Thompson Street and LaGuardia Place.

I plan to drive. Is there parking for the U.S. Book Show near the Kimmel Center?

NYU Suggests several parking garages nearby. There is no parking validation.


What is U.S. Book Show?

In its fourth year, the U.S. Book show is an in-person conference for publishing professionals. The conference will feature rich panels and discussions around issues impacting the industry.

What will the in-person experience be?

Attendees will enjoy live presentations and panels from thought-leaders, authors and keynote speakers with a closing keynote reception.

Will lunch be included?

Lunch is not included, however, a list of recommended eateries within walking distance of the venue is available here.

Do the attendees select who to listen to and when, or do the attendees sit in an auditorium for the day and just listen to the presenter on the stage?

Two tracks will run simultaneously in separate rooms. Attendees can move between the two tracks as they wish to customize their listening and learning experience.

Will I be able to see who’s attending the event on the show website?

Sponsors will be listed on the website on the Sponsor page. Individual registrants will not be listed on the website. However, registrants were given the option to share their contact information with attendees of the event when they registered. Publishers Weekly will share the attendee list with all who opted in approximately four weeks ahead of the conference and once again the week prior.

What is the price to attend?

Early Bird Registration through April 30, 2024 ($50 discount)
$99 AALA Member
$129 General Admission

May 1–May 19, 2024
$149 AALA Member
$179 General Admission

Registration for in-person tickets closes 11:59 PM on May 19, 2024. Tickets will not be sold the day of the conference or at the door.

Students: A limited number of discounted tickets are available for students. Contact eventsupport@publishersweekly.com to request your student ticket.

Contact eventsupport@publishersweekly.com with questions.

Do you offer different rates for independent publishers and nonprofits?

We do! Contact eventsupport@publishersweekly.com for a discount code.

Who should attend?

Publishers, publishing company staff, literary agents, film agents, library vendors, information-content and technology companies, printers, booksellers/buyers, librarians, book wholesalers and distributors, sales representatives, special sales and corporate (non-bookstore) book buyers, IT and software vendors, education technology companies, journalists and producers, social media influencers, book reviewers, book bloggers, book designers, book publicists, book editors, book translators, book packagers, book marketing consultants, book publishing consultants, professional publishing program students, and MILS library students.

I am a member of the press. How can I claim my complimentary pass?

Visit our press page here.

How do I become a sponsor?

Contact Cevin Bryerman at cbryerman@publishersweekly.com.

What if I need to cancel my ticket?

All sales are final but we understand that extenuating circumstances might arise. Should you need to request a cancellation/refund, contact event support at eventsupport@publishersweekly.com. We will happily transfer your ticket to a colleague.


Have more questions? Contact our general support address at eventsupport@publishersweekly.com.


Dining Guide

Lunch Map
  1. The U.S. Book Show at the Kimmel Center
    60 Washington Square South
  2. NY Dosas (Food Cart)
    Washington Square Park – near dog park
    Indian, Samosas (long lines but worth it)
  3. Sanuki Udon
    31 West 4th Street
  4. Ramen Takumi
    1 Washington Place (at Waverly Place)
  5. Space Market
    1 Washington Place
  6. Colomba Bakery
    29 Waverly Place
    Coffee, Sandwiches
  7. Tartinery Cafe
    233 Thompson Street
    Sandwiches, Vegetarian Options
  8. Spicy Moon
    68 West 3rd Street
    Chinese, Vegetarian
  9. Karakatta
    230 Thompson Street
    Japanese, Ramen
  10. Lava Shawarma NYC
    226 Thompson Street
    Middle Eastern
  11. Maramu
    526 LaGuardia Place
  12. Court Street Grocers
    540 LaGuardia Place
  13. Calle Dao
    543 LaGuardia Place
    Cuban/Chinese Fusion
  14. Bareburger
    545 LaGuardia Place
  15. Springbone Kitchen
    90 West 3rd Street
    Vegetarian, Vegan, Gluten-Free Options
  16. Top Thai Greenwich
    235 Sullivan Street
  17. Heavenly Finest Deli
    240 Sullivan Street
  18. Miyabi
    118 West 3rd Street
  19. Mamoun’s Falafel
    119 MacDougal Street
    Middle Eastern, Cash Only
  20. Pomme Frites
    128 MacDougal Street
    Belgian Fries
  21. Artichoke Pizza
    111 MacDougal Street
  22. Saigon Shack
    114 MacDougal Street
  23. 7th Street Burger
    110 MacDougal Street
  24. Red Bamboo
    140 West 4th Street
  25. Fay Da Bakery
    321 6th Avenue
  26. Dig
    691 Broadway
    Healthy Grain and Salad Bowls


If you’d like to join a waiting list, please email us at eventsupport@publishersweekly.com.
Include your first and last name in the subject along with “wait list request.”

Please note that your email does not guarantee a spot.