Archive for the ‘Book Fairs and Trade Shows’ Category

First Annual “Literati Indie Book Fair” at I.A.O.

June 28, 2009

I.A.O. Gallery in OKC’s Automobile Alley hosted the First Annual Literati Indie Book Fair on Saturday, June 27th, from noon to 8:00 p.m.  A steady stream of supporters came out on a hot afternoon and evening (temperatures reached into the 100-degree F range) to check out vendors merchandise (from small presses to individual and self-published authors and poets).  Guests were treated to readings and music performances throughout the event, and despite the heat, a good time was had by all!

See more at http://www.skiptheopeningact.com/Index_files/literatiindiebookfairhome.html

See 46th Star Press Titles — and Authors — at the Oklahoma Reading Association Conference

January 7, 2009

Jana Hausburg and Greg Rodgers will be at the Oklahoma Reading Association Convention at the Clarion Meridian Convention Center on Saturday March 7 signing their books.  More information on the event can be found at
http://www.oklahomareadingassociation.org/conferences.html

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ENCYCLOMEDIA…..Here We….Came!

September 2, 2008

Forty-Sixth Star Press made its premiere at  ENCYCLOMEDIA, the educators’ and librarians’ annual trade show on September 18th and 19th.  Hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Education, “Encyclo-Media is Oklahoma’s premier educational conference,” held in 2008 at The Cox Convention Center, downtown Oklahoma City.  More information about the event can be found at http://title3.sde.state.ok.us/encyclomedia/

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Look for our booth, our new 46th-Star T-shirts, and books by our authors Jana Hausburg and Greg Rodgers!

Student Association Book Fair at the University of Central Oklahoma on the Weekend of Sept 13/14

September 2, 2008

Association of Childhood Educators’ Scholastic Book Fair will offer copies of It Wasn’t Much: Ten True Tales of Oklahoma Heroes (as well as the first copies of our new title The Ghost of Mingo Creek and Other Spooky Oklahoma Legends) on the weekend of September 13/14 at the University of Central Oklahoma.  The books will be offered at the 20% educators’ discount during the fair.  Look for more details on-line at http://www.ucok.edu/ur/news.html