AWP Conference & Bookfair 2019

March 27-30, 2019— Join us for the annual AWP Conference and Bookfair in Portland, Oregon! As the largest literary conference in North America, this event is an essential destination for writers, teachers, students, editors, and publishers. With over 12,000 annual attendees, the conference features more than 2,000 presenters as well as 550 readings, panels, and craft lectures. The bookfair hosts more than 800 presses, journals, and literary organizations from all over the globe— and we are thrilled to be one of the presses attending AWP this year. Please come visit us at the bookfair in booth 6042!

The conference and bookfair will be held at the Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE M L King Blvd, Portland OR, 97232.

For more information about the Association of Writers & Writing Programs as well as this year’s Conference and Bookfair, visit the AWP Conference website.

Here are some highlights from last year’s conference!

Jennifer Elise Foerster and colleagues stop by the booth to proudly pose with a poster of her most recent collection.
Jennifer Elise Foerster and colleagues stop by the booth to proudly pose with a poster of her most recent collection.
Literary legends Allison Hedge Coke and Joy Harjo.
Literary legends Allison Hedge Coke and Joy Harjo.
Vanessa Angelica Villarreal and Urayoán Noel.
Vanessa Angelica Villarreal and Urayoán Noel.

 

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