BookExpo America (BEA) takes place this week at the Javits Center in New York, NY. Boasting upwards of 600 featured authors in addition to hundreds of exhibits, publishing booths and access to some of the cutting-edge technologies in the publishing industry today, BEA is the premier North American publishing event. With author signings, panels, and giveaways, attendees can look forward to unlimited opportunities to further immerse themselves in the publishing world. From discovering new authors to brushing up on current trends all the way to networking opportunities. Visit booth 2521 for book signings with UNP authors Clayton Anderson and Steve Steinberg, giveaways, and 25 percent off all books plus free shipping on individual orders.
Notebooks – Take notes, doodle, or write your own story in our handy UNP notebooks.
UNP pens – While we aren’t necessarily known for our pens, trust us on this, they write like a dream. Plus, it has our name on it, so you know its good.
Earbuds – We get it, you can’t read our books 24/7 (despite how much we know you want to), so give your eyes a break and pop these buds in and listen to whatever audio entertainment your heart desires.
From the Mouths of Dogs
By B.J. Hollars
The Battle for Paradise
By Jeremy Evans
By Tracy Crow
Eight Questions of Faith
By Niles Elliot Goldstein
Jewish Publication Society
BookCon follows BEA on May 30 and 31. Allowing attendees to immerse themselves in the world of storytelling in all its many forms, BookCon offers almost everything the passionate book lover could want, from Q&A sessions with some of the leading talent in the industry to literary quiz shows and much more. BookCon is the perfect place to celebrate the storytelling methods of the past, present and future with events and activities for every type of reader.
Saturday, May 30 from 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, May 31 from 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.
The Colonel and Hug
Some of our other books that will be featured at BEA and BookCon include:
By Ross Coen
By Robert K. Fitts
The Wheeling Year
By Ted Kooser
By Dan O’Brien
By Jay M. Smith and Mary Willingham
By Michael G. Waltz
Rockets and Revolution
By Michael G. Smith