Join the St. Louis Publishers Association on Wednesday, March 13 for our annual “SLPA Vendor Showcase” and connect with publishing professionals, including book coaches, editors, graphic designers, web designers, illustrators, publishers, printers, marketers, and more.
Are you an author looking for an editor, proofreader, indexer, photographer, illustrator, layout professional, or website designer? Are you a provider of such services seeking authors to work for and colleagues to partner with? The SLPA has an event for you!
Our annual SLPA Vendor Showcase, where service providers display examples of their work and explain what they do, makes it easy to connect. Authors will have the opportunity to check out the work of vendors who can help make their books read and look their best. Service providers will meet potential clients from among SLPA authors.
This year’s SLPA Vendor Showcase will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Mar. 13, at The Heights. It’s a great way for authors to meet the people who can contribute to the look and content of their books, and help them reach the goal of getting published with books that attract readers. It’s also a great way for vendors to meet new clients and colleagues.
The event is free for authors to attend.
Refreshments will be provided. Parking is free.
There will be space for 15 vendors to display their work and business information. The cost of a display space is $25 for SLPA members and $50 for non-members; tables will be provided. To apply for a display space, go to:
Click here to get on our MAILING LIST. • Click here to JOIN the SLPA.
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