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.
NYU Suggests several parking garages nearby. There is no parking validation.
In its third year, the U.S. Book show is a hybrid conference spanning three and a half days. The conference will feature rich editorial panels and author panels highlighting Fall 2023 books that represent a wide variety of titles that will be of interest to the reading public this fall.
Additional programming includes special tracks that will tackle important industry topics as well as those focused on libraries.
Attendees have the option of purchasing day passes for three tracks over two days:
Attendees will enjoy live presentations and panels from authors and keynote speakers, networking time and receive physical galleys!
Registration to one or more of the live sessions includes access to all virtual sessions, sponsor “PubHubs” where resources and videos presented by sponsors will be available for viewing and downloading. The conference archives will be accessible through June 30, 2023.
Space is limited and will sell out, so we recommend registering early.
Yes, box lunches are included for all programs.
Attendees joining virtually will enter a virtual environment and will navigate through different “rooms,” including a theater, which will host all of the programming; a special room where sponsor “PubHubs” share resources and videos; a networking lounge where people can gather for scheduled chats or to meet up and network with each other and PW‘s Grab-a-Galley room where attendees can request digital and physical galleys.
Learn everything you need to know to have a successful virtual experience in this short video.
All sessions presented at NYU will be livestreamed in real time to the virtual audience. The programming is available with closed captioning using a Chrome browser. After logging into the event on Chrome, enable captions by clicking on the Media Button in the upper right corner of your screen. Once closed captioning is enabled, you may need to close out of Chrome and relaunch it to proceed.
All of the downloadable content from the show can be collected and downloaded directly to a virtual tote bag.
View the full schedule here.
The three authors and books tracks will each offer: one “big books of next season” panel, featuring big authors; a debut author panel; 2–3 keynote speakers; plus a variety of “in-conversation” pieces with media and authors. We are rolling out speakers weekly and will have most posted online March 30–April 7, 2023.
Each program will take place in one larger room or auditorium so, yes, you will listen to the presenters in that room for the day.
There will not be exhibits at the venue; they will be held online. An in-person pass gives you access to virtual “PubHubs” where sponsors will post and host a plethora of material.
We will be distributing physical galleys at the in-person events. Digital galleys will be available online as part of the virtual experience.
Sponsors will be listed on the website and online in the virtual event hall. Individual registrants will not be listed on the website. Sponsors and publishers will be located in “PubHubs” in the virtual environment, accessible to all in-person and virtual attendees. During the show in the virtual environment, you will be able to see who else is attending and connect with them directly.
Yes, editors, publishing professionals and agents (AALA and non-AALA members) are all invited to attend the Tuesday sessions at varying ticket levels, make appointments and network with others. See tickets options and register here.
Yes, you may set up a time to meet with another registrant in the virtual networking room for a private chat. But it is not an exclusive time; others will probably be there at the same time. You will go into a private room within the networking room to have a private chat.
Pricing coming soon with day passes as low as $69 USD (in-person) and $19.99 (librarians and booksellers virtual-only access).
Registration for in-person tickets closes 11:59 PM on May 19, 2023.
Students: FREE access to the virtual experience. Half-off day passes to the in-person events at NYU.
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System requirements are very minimal and standard. We recommend accessing the website on a desktop for the best experience but you can use phone and tablet as well. See system requirements here.
We got you covered! All of the panels, programming, sponsor resources, and content will be available on-demand through June 30, 2023.
Publishers, publishing company staff, librarians, booksellers, literary agents, film agents, library vendors, information-content and technology companies, printers, 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.
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