More books are coming your way at LitFire’s booth for the 2018 ALA Midwinter Meetings and Exhibit. LitFire will feature twenty-six books, including children’s books, mystery fiction, educational books, and many more at the prestigious event.
Looking for new books to read for the new year? LitFire Publishing offers new reads for all books lovers. Take a pick at LitFire’s booth during the ALA Midwinter Meetings & Exhibits.
LitFire is bringing new reads that will inspire, delight, and thrill the bookworm in you. Treat yourself to with these amazing books. On its second year at the ALA Midwinter Meetings & Exhibits, LitFire Publishing continues to celebrate the wonder of books with librarians, book lovers, and book trade professionals.
If there is a word that would closely describe 2017 for LitFire Publishing, it would be eventful. In a span of twelve months, the Atlanta-based self-publishing company has taken its brand and their authors to four different states and four countries in Europe and Asia, attending different kinds of book events that have opened doors for global readership and international prominence.
With over 200,000 people shuffling in and out of colorful tents spread across the campus and city streets, the organizers stayed true to their “commitment to expanding and strengthening Miami’s literary culture” despite feeling the after pinch of hurricane Irma.
Atlanta’s sole self-publishing company joins Miami Book Fair for the first time—its last event for 2017
LitFire Publishing confirms its attendance as one of the street fair exhibitors at the upcoming Miami Book Fair (MBF).
Frankfurt International Book Fair (FIBF), dubbed as a truly European fair, highlights the importance of meaningful dialogue in today’s volatile political and social atmosphere.
LitFire Publishing supports ALA’s role in transforming libraries and in pushing for the association’s key action areas—including literacy, diversity, education and lifelong learning, and intellectual freedom.
The Olympia Exhibition Center became a marketplace as publishing professionals and participants scampered throughout the hall for the London Book Fair.
The Tucson Festival of Books looms on the horizon. By that, more and more authors, publishers, and agents are opting to participate in what is perhaps one of the biggest book festivals in the country.