The 2015 New Orleans Bookfair will be December 12, 2015, 11 AM – 5 PM at Clouet Gardens, a lovely outdoors space on Clouet St. by Royal in the Ninth Ward!
REGISTRATION is Now Open! Please fill out this form to reserve a table! Registration closes December 1st.
NEW ORLEANS BOOKFAIR **EXPLODES** BACK INTO THE GREAT OUTDOORS
No building can contain it!! The 14th Annual New Orleans Bookfair will be OUTDOORS once more, downtown in beautiful Clouet Park in the Bywater (on Clouet between Chartres and Royal) on December 12, 2015, from From 11am to 5pm.
This fine New Orleans tradition has for 14 years gathered together independent, global and local booksellers, publishers and writers to celebrate New Orleans literary culture… and provide everyone the opportunity to buy books, comics and zines.
Admission is free. The Bookfair is kid-friendly, with dedicated kids’ activities and entertainment. Bring your dogs and cats too!
We are particularly pleased to have the bookfair outside, where so many great Bookfairs have been in years past. It’s a superb opportunity to do your holiday shopping and support independent book writers & publishers!
There will be poetry, performances and provocative panels pinpointing pertinent political problems.
We hope to see you there!
The New Orleans Bookfair Organizing Collective is all-volunteer unpaid horizontal organizing committee comprised of local writers, poets, publishers, librarians, independant book sellers, activists and educators.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions. Organizers are standing by to speak with you!
UPDATE: The Bookfair Wants Your Help!
Remember when the Bookfair used to be outdoors?? Awesome people are making it happen again for 2015, and we need your help!
We’re looking for a Volunteer Coordinator, help with promotions and media reps. If you have other skills or ideas to contribute, we’d like to hear those, too! The New Orleans Bookfair Organizing Collective is a horizontal committee comprised of local writers, poets, publishers, librarians, independent booksellers, activists and educators.
If you’re interested in helping (or have any other questions), please email the New Orleans Bookfair.