Thank you for your interest in the U.S. Book Show, which had a very successful inaugural outing May 25–27, 2021.
If you missed anything or want to revisit the show, all content–the panels, speeches and keynotes and exhibit halls–re available on-demand and for free through August 31, 2021. Click here and use your email address to either register or log in.
Save the date!
Publishers Weekly is pleased to announced that the U.S. Book Show 2022 is now scheduled for May 24–26, 2022. Read the press release here.
Mark your calendar. We’ll see you next year!
The fine print We will not publish or share your information in any way, except to add you to the PW press list for the U.S. Book Show to receive press releases and to send your information to the U.S. Book Show platforms for your press registration and badge. You will also receive information directly from Eventbrite about how to log in to the U.S. Book Show. Contact Christi Cassidy with any questions.
Those requesting media registration must be currently employed by a news publication or organization. Each organization is limited to no more than five media representatives, except newsletters, which are limited to one.
Account representatives, sales executives, book authors and publicists do not meet the criteria for media registration.
Here are the eligibility guidelines to attend the U.S. Book Show as a member of the media:
Print, Business and Trade Publications/News Wire Services
Reporters, editors and book reviewers from print magazines, newspapers, trade publications and wire services.
Television, Radio and Podcasts
Broadcast reporters, editors and producers from radio networks, radio stations, TV stations or broadcast news organizations. Podcast hosts and producers with at least three episodes.
Freelance writers must certify they have been retained to cover the U.S. Book Show.
News Websites and Online Publications
Reporters and reviewers from news websites and online publications. The website must contain editorial content and cover books and/or authors.
Newsletters or E-Newsletters
Newsletter reporters must certify they have been retained to cover the U.S. Book Show. Newsletters are limited to one media representative.
Instagrammers, Social Media Influencers, Book Bloggers, Book Vloggers, Goodreads Reviewers
Reviewers or reporters in this category must provide URLs, social media links, number of social media followers and other relevant information. Make your case to attend in the Comments section of the Media Accreditation Form.
U.S. Book Show Registration on Days of Show
All members of the media who have not registered in advance must register at the U.S. Book Show Press Room. The press room will open at 9 a.m. each day of the show, May 25–27, 2021.
Please review the media qualifications to determine if you qualify for media registration.
Do I Need to Register for the Show?
You do not need to register. The media accreditation form is all you need to fill out.
Your Media Badge and How It Works
You will apply your Virtual Media Badge to your avatar when you arrive for the U.S. Book Show.
If you have a question about your media badge or applying for the media accreditation, contact us.
Your Media Badge grants you access to the entire U.S. Book Show exhibit hall, programs and panels. See the entire program here.