Selling International and Diverse Books: Panel with Bookselling Without Borders Alumni & Organizers

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019 -
10:40am to 11:40am
19 Lower West ACC
Isleta/Jemez

Never has there been a greater need for diverse and international voices in the American market. In this session, panelists will discuss practices they have brought back to their stores from their experiences with Bookselling Without Borders, a fellowship program that sends U.S. booksellers to foreign book fairs as part of a book industry professional exchange program. Among other things, the Bookselling Without Borders program seeks to help booksellers develop concrete ideas for increasing sales of diverse and international literature in the indie market.

Stefani Beddingfield, Inkwood Books (Tampa, FL); Christie Henry, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ); Michael Reynolds, Europa Editions (New York, NY); Lyn Roberts, Square Books (Oxford, MS); David Sandberg, Porter Square Books (Cambridge, MA); Anna Thorn, Busboys and Poets (Washington, D.C.)

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