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2011 Trade Show
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Thank You to MIBA Sponsors Executive Director’s Welcome Conference Notes At-a-Glance Schedule Board of Directors Map of The Depot Exhibit Floor Plan Conference Exhibitors, Numeric Conference Exhibitors, Alphabetical Detailed Schedule Sales Rep Pick of the Lists Schedule Special Offers Marketing and Social Networking
3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11–17 13 19–24 25
Author Events Adult Author Breakfast Moveable Feast Midwest Booksellers Choice Awards Children’s Author Breakfast Formal Book Signings and Reception In-Booth Book Signings
THANK YOU TO MIBA SPONSORS!
11–12 13–14 15–16 17 18 18– 19
Welcome to the show, It’s an exciting time to be in the book industry, especially as independent booksellers. With innovative technology at our fingertips and an ever-changing market, opportunity is all around us. As a new executive director, a common refrain I hear from booksellers, publishers, and vendors alike is this: There’s strength in numbers. By sharing knowledge, networking, and improving the flow of information from publishing houses through to our stores, we empower everyone to think creatively and make wise decisions. The work ahead of us is certainly more rewarding when we do it together. I hope your 2011 MIBA trade show experience brings you many new connections and exciting ideas. Warm regards, Carrie Obry
MIBA Executive Director
CONFERENCE NOTES Hours Thursday Registration Desk Open 7:00 am–5:00 pm Winter Garden Exhibitor Setup Noon –5:00 pm Pavilion Friday Registration Desk Open 6:30 am–5:00 pm Winter Garden Exhibitor Final Setup 7:30–9:00 am Pavilion Exhibit Open: 9:15 am–4:30 pm Exhibitor Move-Out: 4:30–8:30 pm
Badge Holder Identification Blue: Bookstore/bookseller Red: Exhibitor Yellow: Author Black: Associate member/attendee/guest Green: MIBA’s trade show staff
Trade Show Contact Info Carrie Obry, Executive Director: (612) 703-8396 cell Kati Gallagher, Assistant Director: (612) 432-9295 cell Registration Desk: (612) 375-1700, ext. 3054
Important Facts The trade show is a business-to-business, members-only event between exhibitors and independent booksellers. Dues must be current for members to attend the show and can be paid on-site. Your badge is your ticket to Formal Book Signings, Midwest Booksellers Choice Awards reception, the exhibit floor, and all education. The following are ticketed events (with general admission tickets available for purchase on-site): Adult Author Breakfast, Children’s Author Breakfast, and The Moveable Feast. Only those with badges are allowed on the show floor. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult and purchase a badge. No hand carts or wheeled devices, other than wheelchairs, are allowed on the exhibit floor during show hours. A complimentary self-storage area is located on the east side of the Pavilion. MIBA is not responsible for anything stored in this area. Preordered box lunches are available at the registration desk between 12:00 and 2:00 pm. A public address system is available at the registration desk for limited use at the discretion of MIBA staff. In-booth book signings won’t be announced. See schedule on page 18. The 2011 MIBA winter catalog is proudly on display at exhibits 206– 208, where you can also get a complete list of catalog titles. One last thing . . . On the show floor, always practice moderation by asking exhibitors before taking anything from their booth. Free books are a perk of the show, but attendees need to be mindful of publisher and exhibitor resources. Always ask first, and remember “please” and “thank you” are much appreciated.
At-a-Glance Schedule All events except for Killer Cocktails take place at The Depot.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 KILLER COCKTAILS. Open Book, 1011 Washington Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55415 6:00 to 8:00 PM
(only 7 blocks east of The Depot on Washington Ave). RSVP on the trade show page of MIBA’s website.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 7:30–8:55 am Adult Author Breakfast
ABA Education: What can the SBA do for your bookstore?
Maximizing the rep/buyer relationship
Pick of the Lists Track 1
Pick of the Lists Track 2
The Moveable Feast Authors Lunch
ABA Education: Introducing the ABC Group
Building Your Mousetrap with Creative Merchandising
Creative Authorless Events
Using Publisher-Driven Marketing Materials to Sell More Books
Midwest Booksellers Choice Awards Reception
Great Hall and Winter Garden
10:50–11:50 am 12:00–1:50 pm 2:00–3:15 pm
5:30–7:00 pm FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 7:30–9:00 am
Children’s Author Breakfast
9:15 am–4:30 pm
Formal Book Signings and Reception
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chris Livingston, President (through 12/2011) The Book Shelf, Owner 162 West 2nd Street Winona, MN 55987 (507) 474-1880 email@example.com
Lanora Hurley Next Chapter Bookshop, Owner 10976 N Port Washington Road Mequon, WI 53092 (262) 241-6220 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Borkowski, Vice President Wisconsin Historical Society Press, Director 816 State Street Madison, WI 53706 (608) 264-6461 email@example.com
Jim Nichols Consortium Book Sales & Distribution Vice President, Sales 34 13th Ave NE, Suite 101 Minneapolis, MN 55413-1007 (612) 746-2632 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tripp Ryder, Treasurer Carleton College Bookstore General Books Manager 1 North College Street Northfield, MN 55057 (507) 222-7840 email@example.com
New members as of January 2012 Nancy Simpson-Brice Book Vault, Consultant 105 S Market Oskaloosa, IA 52577 (641) 676-1777 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicki Erwin, Secretary (through 12/2011) Main Street Books, Owner 307 South Main St. Charles, MO 63301 (636) 949-0105 email@example.com
Greg Danz Zandbroz Variety, Co-owner 420 Broadway Fargo, ND 58102 (701) 239-4729 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Bagby (through 12/2011) Watermark Books and Cafe, Managing Partner 4701 East Douglas Wichita, KS 67218 (316) 682-1181 email@example.com
Jennifer Wills Geraedts Beagle Books, Manager 112 W 3rd Street Park Rapids, MN 56470 (218) 237-2665 firstname.lastname@example.org
We Like Feedback Please remember to fill out MIBAâ€™s evaluation forms for the trade show and our educational programming. Trade show evaluations are available at the registration desk and education evaluation forms are available in the individual sessions.
Map of The Depot
CONFERENCE EXHIBITORS, NUMERIC 100, 101 Ingram Content Group 102 W. W. Norton & Company 103 Baker & Taylor 104 Scholastic 105 Partners Book Distributing 106 Hachette Book Group 107, 108 TRISTAN Publishing
413 Scarletta Press
209, 210, 211 Fujii Associates 300, 301, 302, 303 Publishers Group West / Perseus Books Group 304 Milkweed Editions 305 McGraw-Hill Professional 306 Trim Associates 307 Random House
109 Adventure Publications
308 American Booksellers Association
110 Nodin Press
309 Above the Treeline / Edelweiss
111, 112 University of Minnesota Press
310 Carl R. Sams II Photography
113, 114 Minnesota Historical Society Press / Borealis Books
311 Square One
115, 116 Independent Book Publishers Association / Midwest Independent Publishers Association 200 Miller Trade Book Marketing 201, 202 Wisconsin Historical Society Press
312 Lake Superior Port Cities 402 Rain Taxi Review of Books 403, 404, 405 Macmillan 406 Beaver's Pond Press 407 North Star Press of St. Cloud
203 University of Wisconsin Press
410 Moki Lane Publishing
204, 205 Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
411 Simon & Schuster
206, 207, 208 MIBA Catalog Display
412 John Wiley and Sons
414 Raven Productions 415 Fluglefluff Productions/ Penguin & Fish 500, 501, 502, 508, 509, 510, 511 Penguin Group (USA) 503 Magnetic Poetry 504, 505, 506, 507, 512, 513, 514, 515 Abraham Associates 600, 601, 602, 603, 608, 609, 610, 611 HarperCollins Publishers 604 University of Chicago Press 605 Fulcrum Publishing 606 David R. Godine, Publisher 607 The History Press 612 Columbia University Press 613 Hillcrest Media Group 614 Search Institute Press 615 Blue4Books 616 Marina Games 617 Blueroad Press
CONFERENCE EXHIBITORS, ALPHABETICAL Above the Treeline, 309 Abraham Associates, 504, 505, 506, 507, 512, 513, 514, 515
Independent Book Publishers Association, 115, 116
Penguin Group (USA), 500, 501, 502, 508, 509, 510, 511
Ingram Content Group, 100, 101
Perseus Books Group, 300, 301, 302, 303
John Wiley and Sons, 412
Publishers Group West, 300, 301, 302, 303
Adventure Publications, 109 American Booksellers Association, 308 Baker & Taylor, 103
Lake Superior Port Cities, 312 Llewellyn Worldwide/ Midnight Ink/Flux, 204, 205
Beaver's Pond Press, 406
Rain Taxi Review of Books, 402 Random House, 307
Macmillan, 403, 404, 405 Blue4Books, 615
Raven Productions, 414 Magnetic Poetry, 503
Blueroad Press, 617
Scarletta Press, 413 Marina Games, 616
Carl R. Sams II Photography, 310
McGraw-Hill Professional, 305
Columbia University Press, 612
MIBA Catalog Display, 206, 207, 208
David R. Godine, Publisher, 606
Midwest Independent Publishers Association, 115, 116
The History Press, 607
Milkweed Editions, 304
Trim Associates, 306
Miller Trade Book Marketing, 200
TRISTAN Publishing, 107, 108
Scholastic, 104 Search Institute Press, 614 Simon & Schuster, 411 Square One, 311
Edelweiss, 309 Fluglefluff Productions / Penguin & Fish, 415 Fujii Associates, 209, 210, 211 Fulcrum Publishing, 605
Minnesota Historical Society Press/Borealis Books, 113, 114
Hachette Book Group, 106
Moki Lane Publishing, 410
HarperCollins Publishers, 600, 601, 602, 603, 608, 609, 610, 611
Nodin Press, 110
University of Chicago Press, 604 University of Minnesota Press, 111, 112 University of Wisconsin Press, 203
North Star Press of St. Cloud, 407
W. W. Norton & Company, 102
Partners Book Distributing, 105
Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 201, 202
Hillcrest Media Group, 613
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE DETAILS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 KILLER COCKTAILS
6:00–8:00 PM, OPEN BOOK
Come celebrate twenty-five years of Sisters in Crime and kick off the MIBA trade show in killer style. Get the lowdown on Minnesota’s finest mystery and thriller writers and stories that will grab readers by their lapels. Cocktails, canapés, and conversation. This event is held at Open Book, 1011 Washington Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55415 (only 7 blocks east of The Depot on Washington Ave). RSVP on the trade show page of MIBA’s website.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 ADULT AUTHOR BREAKFAST
7:30–8:55 AM, GREAT HALL
The Adult Author Breakfast is a ticketed event in which booksellers and four keynote authors with notable forthcoming books enjoy breakfast together. All ticket holders receive complimentary signed copies of all four books. General admission tickets may be purchased the day of the event. Jeffrey Zaslow is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal and the author of the New York Times bestseller The Girls from Ames. He is co-author with Randy Pausch of The Last Lecture, the #1 New York Times bestseller. Zaslow is currently collaborating with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband on their memoir. He lives in suburban Detroit with his wife and daughters. Weaving together secrets, memories and family tales, The Magic Room explores the emotional lives of women in the twenty-first century.
Naomi Benaron has an MFA from Antioch University and an MS from Scripps Institute of Oceanography. She teaches at Pima Community College and online through the Afghan Women’s Writing Project. An advocate for African refugees in her community, she has worked extensively with genocide survivors in Rwanda. She has won the G. S. Sharat Chandra Prize for Fiction and the Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition. She is also an Ironman triathlete. Her debut novel, Running the Rift, is the recent Bellwether Prize winner and was one of six books selected for the coveted Editor’s Buzz Panel at BEA.
Repeat New York Times bestselling author Christopher Moore is the author of eleven novels, including the international bestseller Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal. Before publishing his first novel in 1992, he worked as a roofer, a grocery clerk, a hotel night auditor, and insurance broker, a waiter, a photographer, and a rock and roll DJ. Sacré Bleu: A Comedy d’ Art is a study in contrasts that is at once a thriller, a mystery, and a comedy set in fin de siècle France and featuring a colorful cast of characters.
Theresa Weir is a USA Today bestselling author of nineteen novels spanning the genres of suspense, mystery, thriller, romantic suspense, and paranormal. Her debut title was the cult phenomenon Amazon Lily initially published by Pocket Books and later reissued by Bantam. She has also published as Anne Frasier. Theresa spent twenty years living on a working apple farm and now divides her time between St. Paul, Minnesota, and a century-old Gothic church in rural Wisconsin.
MIBA MEMBERSHIP MEETING WITH ABA
9:00–9:30 AM, GREAT HALL
The MIBA membership meeting is open to all members—booksellers, publishers, and associates—and includes an introduction of our executive director and board of directors, review of our bylaws, overview of current projects, and a glance ahead at future plans. Staff from the American Booksellers Association will also provide a short summary of ABA activities. Come celebrate our association and let your voice be heard by all our members.
TRADE SHOW ORIENTATION FOR BOOKSELLERS
9:45–10:30 AM, W.J. QUINN
Booksellers—Are you new to bookselling or to the MIBA trade show? In this session, we discuss the best ways to make effective use of your time and contacts, especially during the exhibit hours. Get tips on taking full advantage of the show to take you through the coming year. Facilitated by Betty Redmond, field sales rep for PGW, and Nancy Simpson-Brice, bookseller consultant for the Book Vault (Oskaloosa, IA).
9:45–10:45 AM, CHARLES FROST
What can the SBA do for your bookstore? The resources of the U.S. government’s Small Business Administration (SBA) offer a wide range of assistance to new and established booksellers, including loans, loan guarantees, business counseling, and other forms of support. ABA and SBA have established a strategic alliance in order to streamline the delivery of SBA services, improve communications, and help ensure that booksellers seeking working capital have the best chance possible of securing loans and lines of credit. Melvin Boser, SBA’s lead lender relations specialist, and Nancy Libersky, district director, discuss the programs and opportunities available to booksellers. There will also be an opportunity to meet one-on-one with SBA staff.
9:45–10:45 AM, ROCK ISLAND
Maximizing the rep/buyer relationship in a time of downsizing. Buyers at independent bookstores are too familiar with the dwindling presence of publisher sales reps. In this session, buyers from metro and non-metro stores share their approach for reaching out to reps: in-house, commission, and phone. Panel discussion with Hans Weyandt, co-owner of Micawber's Books (St. Paul, MN), Jennifer Wills Geraedts, manager of Beagle Books (Park Rapids, MN), Steve Horwitz, sales rep for Abraham Associates, Alex Genis, sales rep for from Penguin Young Readers Group, and Lily Goldman, telephone sales rep from Hachette. Moderated by Sarah Bagby managing partner of Watermark Books and Cafe (Wichita, KS). 12
Sales Rep Pick of the Lists A favorite of booksellers, publishers and reps talk about their hottest picks on their fall and winter lists. Presentations won’t be repeated. If you have several booksellers at the show, split up so you can share the information conveyed at both sessions. Marketing sheets are available at the front of the rooms, so please pick them up on your way to your seat. Also, please talk to these sales reps individually in their booths. They are eager to hear from you!
PICK OF THE LISTS, TRACK 1
10:50–11:50 AM, ROCK ISLAND
10:50 am, Penguin Group 10:55 am, Ingram Content Group 11:00 am, Simon & Schuster 11:05 am, Random House 11:10 am, Abraham Associates 11:15 am, Miller Trade Book Marketing
11:20 am, University of Minnesota Press 11:25 am. Hachette Book Group 11:30 am, Wisconsin Historical Society Press 11:35 am, McGraw-Hill Professional 11:40 am, Publishers Group West/Perseus Books Group
PICK OF THE LISTS, TRACK 2
10:50–11:50 AM, SOO LINE
10:50 am, University of Chicago Press 10:55 am, University of Wisconsin Press 11:00 am, HarperCollins Publishers 11:05 am, Macmillan 11:10 am, Scholastic 11:15 am, Consortium Book Sales & Distribution
11:20 am, Minnesota Historical Society Press 11:25 am, W.W. Norton & Co 11:30 am, Trim Associates 11:35 am, John Wiley and Sons 11:40 am, TRISTAN Publishing
THE MOVEABLE FEAST
12:00–1:50 PM, GREAT HALL
Sponsored by Ingram
The Moveable Feast is an opportunity for authors to connect with frontline booksellers. Thirty authors visit several tables of booksellers while lunch is being served. Booksellers have assigned seats to ensure their stores meet as many authors as possible. Once the meal and rotations are complete, all authors remain at the final tables and the two keynote speakers give their address. Ticketed event with no general admission.
Keynote Authors Gorgeously told, sparkling with warmth and humor, Wild is the story of a young woman forging ahead against all odds on a journey that maddened, strengthened, and ultimately healed her. Strayed’s first novel Torch (Houghton Mifflin, 2006) was a finalist for the Great Lakes Book Award and was selected by The Oregonian as one of the top ten books of the year by writers from the Pacific Northwest. Born in Pennsylvania, raised in Minnesota, Strayed now lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and their two children.
Larry Watson is the author of seven widely acclaimed novels, including the bestselling Montana 1948, which was awarded the Milkweed National Fiction Prize and a Best Book citation by the American Library Association, short-listed for the IMPAC Dublin International Award, and published in ten foreign editions. Watson lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with his family. American Boy is a heartbreaking, evocative story rich with time and place and marks the return of a great American storyteller.
All Participating Authors Books for Adults
Diane Wilson, Beloved Child: A Dakota Way of Life, Minnesota Historical Society Press
Cheryl Strayed, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, Knopf/Random House
Brett Laidlaw, Trout Caviar: Recipes from a Northern Forager, Minnesota Historical Society Press
Larry Watson, American Boy, Milkweed
Nancy Paddock, A Song at Twilight: Of Alzheimer's and Love, Blueroad Press
Carol Anshaw, Carry the One, Simon & Schuster William Landay, Defending Jacob, Delacorte Press/ Random House
Connie Claire Szarke, Delicate Armor: A Novel, North Star Press
Mary Rockcastle, In Caddis Wood, Graywolf Press Lauren Fox, Friends Like Us, Alfred A. Knopf/Random House
Books for Children Brian Farrey, With or Without You, Simon Pulse/Simon & Schuster
Nuruddin Farah, Crossbones, Riverhead Books/Penguin Group, USA Kevin Fox, Until the Next Time: A Novel, Algonquin Books
John Coy, Love of the Game, Feiwel & Friends/Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group
Joe Blair, By the Iowa Sea: A Memoir of Disaster and Love, Scribner/Simon & Schuster
Wendy Delsol, Frost, Candlewick Anna Perera, Guatanamo Boy, Albert Whitman & Co
Jessie Chandler, Bingo Barge Murder, Midnight Ink, Llewellyn Publications
Anne Ursu, Breadcrumbs, Walden Pond Press/HarperCollins Publishers
Gail Rosenblum, A Hundred Lives Since Then: Essays on Motherhood, Marriage, Mortality, and More, Nodin Press
Pendred Noyce, Lost in Lexicon: An Adventure in Words and Numbers, Junior Bookworms/Scarletta Press
Warren Hanson, Dear Me, TRISTAN Publishing
Jacqueline West, The Books of Elsewhere: Spellbound, Dial/Penguin Young Readers Group
Chuck Frederick, Spirit of the Lights, Lake Superior Port Cities
Andrea Cremer, Wolfsbane, Penguin Young Readers Group
Colleen Bradford Krantz, Train to Nowhere: Inside an Immigrant Death Investigation, Ice Cube Press
Elizabeth Bunce, Starcrossed, Arthur A. Levine/Scholastic
Beth Dooley, The Northern Heartland Kitchen, University of Minnesota Press
Derek Anderson, Happy Birthday Hamster, Scholastic Kelly Dipucchio, Zombie in Love, Atheneum Books/Simon & Schuster
2:00–3:15 PM, CHARLES FROST
Introducing the ABC Group at ABA. Now that ABA and ABC have merged, general trade stores get to enjoy ABC's perspective in growing their children's section. The children's book market is one of the most vibrant and growing categories in bookselling. Come hear relevant data based on the recent Bowker/PubTrack survey that supports this, and learn how you can use your member benefits to better market your store to increase sales. Led by Mark Nicholls, development officer at ABA with Ellen Scott, children’s department manager at Bookworm Omaha (NE).
2:00–3:15 PM, ROCK ISLAND
Building Your Mousetrap with Creative Merchandising. In a time when books can be conveniently bought online in a number of formats, bookstores need to offer what the Web can't—an inviting, fresh shopping experience that draws customers to your store. Join Jan Borene, former bookseller and founder/owner of Square One, Greg Danz co-owner of Zandbroz Variety, and Susan Zdon, owner of the CorAzoN gift shop in Minneapolis to learn about creating fun and attractive displays. Moderated by Tripp Ryder, general books manager of the Carleton College Bookstore.
3:25–4:25 PM, CHARLES FROST
Creative authorless events. From book clubs and cook-offs to classes and multi-store tours, learn creative ideas for creating community-centered events that get customers into your store. Panel discussion with Amy Baum, events coordinator at The Red Balloon Bookshop (St. Paul, MN), Lanora Haradon, owner of Next Chapter Bookshop (Mequon, WI), and April Gorski, manager of the Book Vault (Oskaloosa, IA). Moderated by Nancy Simpson-Brice from Book Vault.
3:25–4:25 PM, ROCK ISLAND
Using publisher-driven marketing materials to sell more books. Publishers create highly effective, readymade marketing materials you can use in your store. Learn how to be a savvy, efficient marketer by pulling from publishers' resource sections on their websites, social networking accounts, and bookseller newsletters. Panel discussion with John Hastie, Random House sales rep, Craig Popelars, director of marketing at Algonquin Books, and Beth Golay, marketing manager at Watermark Books and Cafe (Wichita, KS).
MIDWEST BOOKSELLERS CHOICE AWARDS RECEPTION
5:30–7:00 PM, GREAT HALL
Sponsored by HarperCollins
The annual Midwest Booksellers Choice Awards reception honors authors from the Midwest and books about the Midwest. Our five award-winning books were chosen by the knowledgeable booksellers of our 200 locally owned and operated independent bookstore members and reflect the importance of handselling at its best. This is a popular event with many of the award-winning authors in attendance, so please come show your support.
Nina Revoyr is the author of three previous novels, The Necessary Hunger, Southland, and The Age of Dreaming. Southland was a Book Sense 76 pick, won the Lambda Literary Award, and was a Los Angeles Times “Best Book” of 2003. The Age of Dreaming was a finalist for the 2008 Los Angeles Times Book Prize. Nina was born in Tokyo and grew up in Japan, Los Angeles, and Wisconsin. She now lives and works in Los Angeles. Wingshooters received extraordinary support and reviews from independent booksellers throughout the Midwest.
Wendy McClure is a columnist for BUST magazine and a children’s book editor. Her essays have appeared in the The New York Times Magazine, The Chicago Sun-Times, and in numerous anthologies. She was born in Oak Park, Illinois, graduated from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and now lives in Chicago with her fiancé. In The Wilder Life, McClure delightfully recaptures childhood memories of Little House and visions of the American West.
Newbery-award-winning Moon Over Manifest, Clare Vanderpool’s first novel, is set in the fictional small town of Manifest, Kansas, based on the real southeastern Kansas town of Frontenac, home of both of her maternal grandparents. Drawing on stories she heard as a child, along with research in town newspapers, yearbooks, and graveyards, Clare Vanderpool tells an exceptionally rich and colorful story for young adults. She lives in Wichita, Kansas, with her husband and their four children.
William Kloefkorn (1932–2011) was an emeritus professor of English at Nebraska Wesleyan University and Nebraska’s state poet. He is the author of many volumes of poetry, including the collection spanning his esteemed 40-year career Swallowing the Soap: New and Selected Poems, and a four-volume memoir, all published by the University of Nebraska Press. Kloefkorn passed away in 2011 and is survived by his wife Eloise.
Jane Yolen is an author of children's books, fantasy, and science fiction, including Owl Moon, The Devil's Arithmetic, and How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? She is also a poet, a teacher of writing and literature, and a reviewer of children's literature. Her books and stories have won the Caldecott Medal, two Nebula Awards, two Christopher Medals, the World Fantasy Award, three Mythopoeic Fantasy Awards, the Golden Kite Award, the Jewish Book Award, the World Fantasy Association's Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Association of Jewish Libraries Award. David Small is the recipient of one Caldecott Award, one Caldecott Honor, and two Christopher Awards, as well as a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators. Small grew up in Detroit, Michigan and earned an MFA from Yale. He and his wife Sarah Stewart have written several books together, including The Librarian, a Caldecott honor book. His So You Want to Be President, written by Judith St. George, has been a Philomel favorite. His adult graphic novel, Stitches, was a #1 New York Times bestseller and a National Book Award finalist.
Friday, September 23 CHILDREN’S AUTHOR BREAKFAST
7:30–9:00 AM, GREAT HALL
Sponsored by Baker & Taylor
The Children’s Author Breakfast is a ticketed event in which booksellers and four keynote authors with notable forthcoming books enjoy breakfast together. All ticket holders receive complimentary signed copies of all four books. General admission tickets may be purchased the day of the event.
Bonny Becker is the author of all four books about Bear and Mouse, including the E. B. White Read Aloud Award winner A Visitor for Bear, as well as a number of other award-winning picture books and middle-grade novels. She lives in Seattle.
Heather Brewer is the New York Times bestselling author of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, which boasts over one million copies in print. The Slayer Chronicles, a spin-off of the Vladimir Tod series, debuted this month. Brewer lives in Missouri with her husband and their two children.
Gordon Korman is the author of The 39 Clues Book 2: One False Note which debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. He is also the author of The 39 Clues Book 8: The Emperor’s Code, which was a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestseller. Gordon has written more than sixty books for children and young adults with more than 15 million copies of his novels in print. A native of Ontario, Canada, Korman lives with his family in Long Island, New York.
Scott Westerfeld is the author of the popular Uglies series. His other novels include The Last Days, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults and the sequel to Peeps; So Yesterday, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults; and the Midnighters trilogy. Scott lives in both New York City and Sydney, Australia.
FORMAL BOOK SIGNINGS AND RECEPTION
4:30–6:00 PM, GREAT HALL
Sponsored by MIPA, the Midwest Independent Publishers Association
The final event on the schedule, the formal book-signing reception is a great way to winddown, socialize with colleagues, and promote authors to booksellers. There will be light snacks and a cash bar. Table numbers for individual authors are listed in parentheses.
4:30 to 5:00 pm
5:00 to 5:30 pm
5:30 to 6:00 pm
Adult (1) Alex George, A Good American, Amy Einhorn Books/ Putnam/Penguin Group, USA
(1) Maddy Hunter, Dutch Me Deadly, Midnight Ink/Llewellyn Publications
(2) Peter Geye, Safe from the Sea, Unbridled Books
(1) Jerry Apps, Campfires and Loon Calls: Travels in the Boundary Waters, Fulcrum Publishing
(2) Lesley Kagen, Good Graces, Dutton/Penguin Group, USA
(3) N. M. Kelby, White Truffles in Winter, W.W. Norton & Co
(3) Beryl Singleton Bissell, A View of the Lake, Lake Superior Port Cities
(2) Susan McBride, Little Black Dress: A Novel, William Morrow/ HarperCollins Publishers
(4) Danielle Sosin, The Long-Shining Waters, Milkweed Editions
(4) John Reimringer, Vestments, Milkweed Editions
(5) Mary Janice Davidson, Wolf at the Door, Berkley Sensation /Penguin Group, USA Children’s (6) Wendy Delsol, Frost, Candlewick
Children’s (5) Alison McGhee, Making a Friend, Atheneum/Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
(3) Larry Millett, Once There Were Castles, U. of Minnesota Press (4) David Mather, Frog in the House, Raven Productions (5) Michael Norman, Haunted Wisconsin, U. of Wisconsin Press Children’s (6) David Larochelle, Haunted Hamburger, Dutton/Penguin Young Readers Group
(7) Patricia Wrede, Across the Great Barrier, Scholastic
(6) Loretta Ellsworth, Unforgettable, Walker Books for Children/Bloomsbury
(8) Pete Hautman, The Big Crunch, Scholastic
(7) Douglas Wood, Franklin and Winston, Candlewick
(7) Lynne Jonell, Emmy and the Rats in the Belfry, Henry Holt and Co/ Macmillan
(9) Jeanette Hopkins (author) Stormy Mochal (illustrator), The Juggler, Ice Cube Press
(8) Michael Hall, Perfect Square, Greenwillow Books/HarperCollins Publishers
(8) John Scieszka, SPHDZ Book 3!, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
(9) Marianne Richmond, I Believe in You, Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
(9) Mary Casanova, Utterly Otterly Night, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
IN-BOOTH BOOK SIGNINGS
ALL DAY FRIDAY IN EXHIBITORS’ BOOTHS
Chronicle Books 504 (Abraham Associates ) 2:00, Stephen Shaskan, A Dog Is a Dog
Ice Cube Press 200 10:45, Colleen Bradford Krantz, Train to Nowhere: Inside an Immigrant Death Investigation 11:30, Jeanette Hopkins (author) and Stormy Mochal (illustrator), The Juggler
Fulcrum Publishing 605 1:30-2:30, Jerry Apps, Campfires and Loon Calls and the 2010 Rural Wit 3:30-4:30, David Wilkins, The Legal Universe: Observations on the Foundations of American Law
Scarletta Press ● 413 1:30-2:30, Pendred Noyce, Lost in Lexicon: an Adventure in Words and Numbers
Hillcrest Media Group 613 11:00-12:00, Don Shelby, The Season Never Ends 18
IN-BOOTH BOOK SIGNINGS
ALL DAY FRIDAY IN EXHIBITORS’ BOOTHS
Lake Superior Port Cities ● 312 10:00, Chuck Frederick, Spirit of the Lights
North Star Press, continued 2:30-3:00, Danelle Helget, Lost and Found and Susan Koefod, Washed Up
Llewellyn/Midnight Ink/Flux ● 204, 205 9:15-10:15, Jessie Chandler, Bingo Barge Murder (Midnight Ink) 11:15-12:15, Rebecca Fjelland Davis, Chasing AllieCat (Flux) 1:15-2:15, Alferian Gwydion MacLir, Wandlore (Llewellyn). Stop by all day to register to win one of his handcrafted wands. 3:15-4:15, FREE German beer and Jess Lourey, October Fest (Midnight Ink). Prost!
3:00-3:30, Larry Christianson, East of Nowhere and Jan Dunlap, Falcon Finale 3:30-4:00, Jerry Anderson, Murder in Bemidji or Paul's Bloody Trousers and Keith Pickering, First to the Pole 4:00-4:30, Carla Hagen, Hand Me Down My Walking Cane, Connie Szarke, Delicate Armor, and Dean Urdahl, Pursuit Midwest Independent Publishers Association ● 115 10:30, Marly Cornell, The Able Life of Cody Jane
Minnesota Historical Society Press ● 113, 114 11:30, Adele Porter (author) Bill Marchel (illustrator), Birds in Our Backyard
University of Minnesota Press ● 111, 112 11:00-12:00, Elizabeth Johanneck, Twin City Prohibition 1:00-2:00, Stephen Wilbers, A Boundary Waters History 10:00-11:00, Peter Smith, A Cavalcade of Lesser Horrors 11:00-12:00, Beth Dooley, The Northern Heartland Kitchen 3:00:4:00, Paul Metsa, Blue Guitar Highway 3:30, Refreshments and a few songs with Paul Metsa
North Star Press ● 115, 116 9:30-10:00, Mary Desjarlais, Dorie LaValle and Dennis Nau, The Year Forgot Us 10:00-10:30 David Holmes, Loose Gravel and Fred Blanch, Last Words 10:30-11:00 Dennis Kelly, Blizzard Ball and Bob Gust, Card Sharp 11:00-11:30, Candace Simar, Birdie and JoAnn Guernsey, Glass Assylum 11:30-12:00, Jack Salmela, Sisterhood of the Hennepin Chalice and Beth Obermeyer, Biggest Dance 12:00-12:30, Gary Fehring, Maxwell's Ghosts and Elizabeth Boyle, The View From the Ruin 12:30-1:00, Ellen Lansky, Golden Jeep and Jackie Herron, Singing Solo 1:00-1:30, Sharon Smith, Blinded by the Sight and Gene Stark, Flyover Seasons 1:30-2:00, Dody Johnson, Fugue and Susan Niz, Kara, Lost 2:00-2:30, Laura Greenway, Life Changes and Marie Zhuikov, Eye of the Wolf
Partners Book Distributing ● 105 1:00-2:00, Mary Casanova, Moose Tracks, Cecile, and Wolf Shadows Stanley Gordon West, Until They Bring Street Cars (stop by booth 105 for the time) Sourcebooks ● 209, 210, 211 11 am, Geoff Herbach, Stupid Fast, Sourcebooks Fire, Fujii booth TRISTAN Publishing ● 107, 108 10:30, Warren Hanson, Dear Me 1:00, Joe Brandmeier, Up North: Reflections Moments & Memories 2:00, Tom Hegg, Up to the Lake Wisconsin Historical Society Press ● 201, 202 10:30, Carl Corey, Tavern League 1:00, Ed Janus, Creating Dairyland 3:00, Candy Andrews, Beyond the Trees
Special Offers and Exhibitor Contact Information Above the Treeline / Edelweiss 309 734-996-2730 x117 Ruth Bradstreet, Director Client Services, email@example.com www.abovethetreeline.com
Abraham Associates, continued Adventure: FF on one order per account. Artbook | DAP: 10+ units received 50%. No backorders or NYP. Offer available September 17 to October 29. Candlewick: 25+ backlist receives 50% and 90 days’ dating. Offer good Sept. 15 through November 15. Reason Code: ECL. Career Press: 20+ assorted titles=50%, FF. Chronicle: 24+ units = +2% and net 90. Offer good for active titles. Valid Sept. 12-October 31. Must Use Promo Code REGL11. Does not include Moleskine products. LSU: 45% for trade discount titles. 40% for short discount titles. Free freight. Available on all titles published June, 2011 and later.
Abraham Associates 504, 505, 506, 507, 512, 513, 514, 515 800-701-2489, F 952-927-8089, firstname.lastname@example.org Steven Horwitz, Sales Rep, email@example.com John Mesjak, Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.abrahamassociatesinc.com
Special Offers and Exhibitor Contact Information Abraham Associates, continued Order must be placed through rep, before October 31st to qualify. Source code: 04MBAFF Moleskine: 40+ units receives Free Freight and Net 90. Must use promo code: MSRE11. Valid Sept. 12-October 31. Moleskine New Collections: Place an order of Moleskine New Collection product and receive Free Freight and Net 90 on all product and on all New Moleskine Collection displays. Must use promo code: MSBC11. Product must be ordered in case pack quantities. Check for eligible displays. Valid Sept. 12-October 31. Consortium: +3 % on titles published before 4/1/11. Valid September 1 to November 1. All orders must include Promo Code: CBLF11. No minimum order, no backorders. $100 NET minimum. Crabtree: FL and BL=50% FF. Lerner: 10+ BL=50% FF on orders of 10+ backlist titles Applicable for one month surrounding the show. Please note “Regional Trade Show Special” on orders. Lonely Planet: 10 + BL=50% FF. Offer good September 15th through October 15th. W.W. Norton: 15+ units = 50%, Free Freight and 90 days dating. Sleeping Bear Press: Retailers (Returnable) who order 12+ assorted backlist titles (published before August 1, 2011) receive 50% discount - please use source code: SBP01012. NonReturnable accounts receive 53% discount - please use source code: SBP01112. One order per location. Offer valid Sept. 1 – Oct. 31, 2011. Princeton University Press: 10+ units = 47% and free freight. Good on all except, “J,” discounted titles. No BO or NYP. Valid until October 31. Rutgers University Press: 50% for trade discount titles. 45% for short discount titles. Free freight. Available for orders taken at the show. SCB Distributors: 10+ backlist receives 50%. 1 order per ship-to. No backorders. University of California Press: 10+ backlist units receives 48% (9 unit maximum per title). No backorders. Offer good from day of show to October 7. Order must be sent to Berkley, Attn: Don McIlraith. University Press of New England: 50% discount on all published backlist. No minimum.
Blue4Books 615 763-744-6921 Ian Booth, email@example.com Tom Hamburg, firstname.lastname@example.org www.blue4books.com Blueroad Press 617 507-381-3253 John Gaterud, Editor/Publisher, email@example.com www.blueroadpress.co Carl R. Sams II Photography 310 248-685-2422 Karen McDiarmid, firstname.lastname@example.org www.strangerinthewoods.com Free shipping on all show orders. Full case orders of any hard cover book autographed. Full case orders of our new book, “Tea with Lady Sapphire: Sharing the Love of Birds” will receive a free 6”x6” canvas giclée photographic print by authors and wildlife photographers Carl R. Sams II & Jean Stoick. University of Chicago Press 604 773-702-0304 Bailey Walsh, Sales Rep, email@example.com Bob Hoffman, Sales & Distribution Associate, firstname.lastname@example.org www.press.uchicago.edu Columbia University Press 612 773-316-1116 Kevin Kurtz, Sales Rep email@example.com www.cup.columbia.edu 50% discount on orders of 15+ backlist books. Please see your sales rep to learn the details and restrictions and for information on our Consortium Presses' special offers. Fluglefluff Productions / Penguin & Fish 415 952-922-9331 Alyssa Thomas, Owner, firstname.lastname@example.org www. penguinandfish.com, www.fluglefluff.com Fujii Associates 209, 210, 211 708-978-7826 Barbara Aronson, Sales Rep, email@example.com www.fujiiassociates.com
Adventure Publications 109 763-689-9800 x226 Bo Sherman, Sales, Bo@adventurepublications.net www.adventurepublications.net
Barefoot Books: Earn an additional 3% on orders of 20-49 units; or an additional 5% on orders of 50+. Capstone Press : Earn free freight and an additional 3% on 15 or more units. Checkmark Books: 15 asst backlist units earns 50% discount. F & W Media: Earn free freight and 50% discount on 20 units. No backorders. Free Spirit Publishing: Earn free freight and an additional 5% on orders of 10 or more. Gibbs Smith Publisher: Earn an additional 2% with order. Good Books: Earn 48% discount & free freight on frontlist & backlist order; must include at least 5 backlist books; 50 asst frontlist & backlist earns 50% & free freight. Harry N. Abrams: Ask your rep for list of titles that earn 50% discount when ordering 3 copies. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: Earn +4% discount with order of 50 asst backlist units (titles published before 1/1/11); Order must
Free Freight and no minimums American Booksellers Association 308 800-637-0037 Mark Nichols Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org www.bookweb.org Baker & Taylor 103 704-756-6657 Tim Golden, Territory Manager, Tim.Golden@baker-taylor.com www.btol.com Beaver's Pond Press 406 952-829-8818 Heather Kerber, Publishing Operations Manager, email@example.com www.beaverspondpress.com
Special Offers and Exhibitor Contact Information Ingram Content Group 100, 101 Bill Roth, Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.ingrambook.com
Fujii Associates, continued ship 4/1-8/26/11; Code 063. Offer is available again for an order to ship between 9/1-11/15/11; Code 063. IPG-Trade: Earn 50% discount on 25 backlist units. Kumon Publishing Naval Institute Press: Earn free freight, 46% discount with 8 units; Code NPF11RET. Ryland Peters & Small: Earn free freight and 50% discount with an order of 30 units. Scholastic/Grolier: Earn free freight and 53% discount with an order of 15 units. Sourcebooks: 20 asst backlist units earns 50% discount & free freight. Sterling Publishing: Order 100+ backlist books (published prior to July 30, 2011) earn either an additional 3% discount or 120 day payment terms. Code: FALL 11 BACKLIST PROMO 100; Orders will be accepted 6/1-11/15/11. Tiger Tales: Order 50+ backlist books (published prior to July 30, 2011) earn either an additional 1% discount or 60 day payment terms. Code: FALL 11 BACKLIST PROMO 50; Orders will be accepted 6/1-11/15/11. Tuttle Publishing: Order 15 backlist units and earn 50% discount; backorders ok; code TRBK11B; retail returnable customers only; expires 10/31/11. Workman: Earn free freight and 50% discount with 10 unit order.
Lake Superior Port Cities 312 218-722-5002 Cindy Hayden, President, email@example.com www.lakesuperior.com Free Freight on all orders placed at the show Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd. 204, 205 Katie Kane, Sales Account Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org www.llewellyn.com Macmillan 403, 404, 405 612-861-1413 Tom Leigh, Sales Rep, email@example.com www.macmillan.com Magnetic Poetry 503 612-638-1040 Jeanne Carter, Sales and Marketing, firstname.lastname@example.org www.magneticpoetry.com $250 order = extra 2% discount $350 order = extra 3% discount $450 order = extra 4% discount $550 order = extra 5% discount $650 order = Free Freight
Fulcrum Publishing 605 303-277-1623 Katie O’Neill, Marketing Manager, email@example.com Sam Scinta, Publisher, firstname.lastname@example.org www.fulcrumbooks.com
Marina Games 616 360-710-9221 Greg Sallis, Owner, email@example.com www.marinagames.com
40% off select Midwestern and Native American titles via their website, now through November 1, 2011. Please use discount code MBA when ordering at www.fulcrumbooks.com David R. Godine, Publisher 606 617-451-9600 David R. Godine, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
10% discount McGraw-Hill Professional 305 763-208-1028 Burt Rynders, Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.mhprofessional.com
www.godine.com50% discount on 20 copies or more of in-stock backlist titles. Hachette Book Group 106 212-364-1100 Steve Marz, Field Sales Group Manager, email@example.com www.hbgusa.com
Additional 3% over earned discount Minimum requirement: 25 assorted units Offer good for orders taken at show Milkweed Editions 304 612-215-2556 Ethan Rutherford, Marketing Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org www.milkweed.org
HarperCollins Publishers 600, 601, 602, 603, 608, 609, 610, 611, www.harpercollins.com Cathy Schornstein, Field Sales Rep, email@example.com Kerri Sikorski, Telesales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org
Miller Trade Book Marketing 200 866-829-0824 Eric Miller, Bruce Miller email@example.com
Hillcrest Media Group 613 612-455-2293 x224 Doug France, Director of Sales & Marketing, firstname.lastname@example.org www.hillcrestmedia.com
Academy Chicago: 50% for 5+ Baylor University Press: 45% plus free freight on orders of 10+ Brookings Institution Press: 45% and free freight for 10+ Duke University Press: 48% University of Georgia Press: 48% flat on all titles, one order
The History Press 607 843-577-5971 x 113 Katie Parry, Publicist, email@example.com 50% off and free freight
Special Offers and Exhibitor Contact Information Miller Trade Book Marketing, continued Human Kinetics: Free freight, 47% on 5+; also free freight, 50% on 10+ Anatomy Series University of Iowa Press: New discount - 46% on trade titles John F. Blair, Publisher: 50% nonreturnable and 46% returnable on any quantity. Orders of ten or more books – new and backlist – will receive an extra 4% discount (54% nonreturnable/50% returnable Kent State University Press: 45% Interlink: 50% for 10+ titles University Press of Kansas: 50% no minimum University of Michigan Press: 50% for 10+ front and back combined Michigan State University Press: 48% University of Missouri Press: 42% and free freight on net $50.00 Museum of New Mexico Press: 55%, free freight Ohio University Press: 46% Syracuse University Press: 45% on 3 or more Truman State University Press: 50%
Nodin Press 110 612-333-6300 Norton Stillman, Publisher firstname.lastname@example.org Free blank book North Star Press of St. Cloud 407 320-558-9062 Seal Dwyer, Business Manager, email@example.com www.northstarpress.com Free shipping until 12/ 31, on all orders referencing MBA 2011 W. W. Norton & Company 102 502-419-0512, www.norton.com Johanna Hynes, Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org BACKLIST REVIEW OFFER - 15 backlist TITLES = 50% discount, free freight, 90 day dating. NEW DIRECTIONS OFFER - 10 Titles/25 Books for 55% disc., free freight, and 90 day billing. Each account that places a NEW DIRECTIONS ORDER is eligible for the drawing for an assortment of NEW DIRECTIONS books. COOKBOOK OFFER place an order that includes 4 or more cookbooks to be eligible for an assortment of Norton & affiliate cookbooks.
Minnesota Historical Society Press/Borealis Books 113, 114 651-259-3202 Leslie Rask, Sales, email@example.com www.mnhs.org/mhspress 48% discount frontlist and backlist
Partners Book Distributing 105 517-694-3205 Sam Speigel, Vice President, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.partners-east.com
University of Minnesota Press 111, 112 612-627-1931 Erik Anderson, Sales Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org www.upress.umn.edu +3 on any quantity, limit one order per account, on orders placed onsite
Penguin Group (USA) 500, 501, 502, 508, 509, 510, 511 Ev Taylor, Young Readers Regional Sales Manager, email@example.com Alex Genis, Young Readers Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org Brian Boyd, Paperback Regional Sales Manager, email@example.com Brian Wilson, Paperback Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.us.penguingroup.com, www.dk.com
Independent Book Publishers Association IBPA Midwest Independent Publishers Association MIPA 115, 116 320-558-9062 Seal Dwyer, MIPA President, email@example.com Lisa Krebs, IBPA Assistant Director, firstname.lastname@example.org www.mipa.org, www.ibpa-online.org Support Independent publishing! Come and see our unique titles in multiple genres from independent publishers. IBPA is mailing portable director/concert chairs directly to the stores of 15 lucky people who leave their cards at the booth and take a catalog. Leave your card and win!
50% OFF 50 books all lines combined Perseus Books Group 300, 301, 302, 303 Leslie Jobson, Sales Coordinator, email@example.com Betty Redmond, Senior Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.perseusbooksgroup.com
Moki Lane Publishing 410 920-688-3394 Jim Zitzelsberger email@example.com www.mokilane.com
Fall Backlist Stock Offer +3% over annual volume discount Offer valid from September 1–October 31, 2011 All Orders Must Include Promo Code: PBGF11
1. 100 Copies of Clancy’s Christmas Stampede and Other Christmas Story-Poems given to the first 100 owners, managers, or buyers upon presentation of their business card and/or identification on the current MBA membership list. 2. A signed authorization/instruction sheet will be available for an additional 10% rebate on the net cost of each copy of Clancy’s Christmas Stampede and/or Cry for the Water Buffalo ordered through Baker & Taylor before October 15th, 2011.
Promo is valid for one order only per ship-to. All PBG titles in print are eligible. Offer available to all retail accounts only. Offer does not apply to short discount or agency discount titles. Include account number, contact name, and promo code on purchase order. This offer does not combine with other promotions.
Special Offers and Exhibitor Contact Information Scholastic 104 Terribeth Smith, Midwest Sales Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Satterlund, Northwest Sales Manager, email@example.com www.scholastic.com
Perseus Books Group, continued Order Now through your PBG/PGW Sales Rep or Customer Service Ph 1.800.343.4499 * F 1.800.351.5073 *Email: firstname.lastname@example.org To ensure that you receive the special on an electronically transmitted order, email or call Customer Service at 800-788-3123
EXTRA 2% DISCOUNT OR DELAYED BILLING. NO PAYMENT UNTIL FEBRUARY 15, 2012. Place your Scholastic backlist order between September 1, 2011 and November 15, 2011 and you may choose to receive either 2% extra discount or delayed billing.
Publishers Group West 300, 301, 302, 303 Leslie Jobson, Sales Coordinator, email@example.com Betty Redmond, Senior Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.pgw.com
SCHOLASTIC BACKLIST OFFER 1. All Scholastic backlist titles, hardcover and paperback in store by June 1, 2011 are eligible. 2. Minimum order of 50 assorted books. 3. All qualifying orders must be placed between September 1, 2011 and November 15, 2011. Two orders per season. 4. Orders are subject to approval by Scholastic’s credit department. 5. Delayed billing payment terms: net February 15, 2012. 6. Delayed billing promotion code: S68811 7. Extra 2% discount promotion code: S68711 * When placing your order, please include the appropriate promotion code for the option you have chosen. KLUTZ SHOW SPECIAL: Please ask at the Scholastic/Klutz booth.
2011 Fall Stock Offer +3% over annual volume discount Offer valid from September 1 – November 23, 2011 All Orders Must Include Promo Code: PGWF11 Promo is valid for one order only per ship-to. No minimum order. No backorders. Offer includes all titles currently in print from PGW. Offer only available to retail returnable and non-returnable retailers. Include account number, contact name, and promo code on purchase order. This offer does not combine with other promotions. Order Now through your PBG/PGW Sales Rep or Customer Service Ph 1.800.343.4499 * F 1.800.351.5073 *Email: email@example.com To ensure that you receive the special on an electronically transmitted order, email or call Customer Service at 800-788
Search Institute Press 614 612-692-5527 Stephanie Drakulich, Sales Rep firstname.lastname@example.org Bill Kaufmann, Resource Specialist, email@example.com www.search-institute.org
Rain Taxi Review of Books 402 612-825-1528 Eric Lorberer, Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org www.raintaxi.com
Simon & Schuster 411 812-333-0174 Leah Hays, Retail Account Manager email@example.com www.simonandschuster.com
Random House 307 firstname.lastname@example.org David Underwood, Divisional Director Northeast/Central, RH Adult, email@example.com, (812) 323-8308, Alan Mendelsohn, Director Field Sales RH Childrens, firstname.lastname@example.org, (612) 929-7633 Lori Zook, Director Telephone Sales, RH Adult, email@example.com, (410) 386-7057 www.randomhouse.com
Square One 311 Jan Borene, Owner (952) 908-3223 firstname.lastname@example.org www.squareonereps.com CECI CELA www.ceci-cela.com, 10% discount over $200 Cindy Lindgren: www.cindylindgren.com, 5% discount over $150 Copernicus Toys: www.copernicustoys.com, FREE FREIGHT over $250 Greggo Magnets: www.greggomagnets.com, FREE FREIGHT on all show orders Haba: www.habausa.com, FREE FREIGHT over $150 House Of Marbles: www.houseofmarbles.com, FREE FREIGHT over $250 International Arrivals www.intlarrivals.com, 5% discount over $250; 10% discount over $500 Jane Jenni: www.janejenni.com, N60 over $200 Keep The Faye: www.keepthefaye.com, FREE FREIGHT over $200 Knock Knock: www.knockknock.biz, 1/2 FREIGHT over $350; FREE FREIGHT over $500 Laughing Elephant: www.laughingelephant.com, FREE FREIGHT over $150 Mikwright Cards: www.mikwright.com, FREE FREIGHT + 1 dz. Free Cards over $300, FREE FREIGHT + 2 dz. Free Cards over $500
Raven Productions 414 218-365-3375 Johnnie Hyde, CEO, email@example.com Rikka Wommak, Marketing Director, firstname.lastname@example.org Ellen Root, Assistant Marketing Director, email@example.com www.ravenwords.com 10% 10 days, net 30, plus free shipping for all orders placed at the show Scarletta Press 413 612-455-0252 Nancy Tuminelly, President, firstname.lastname@example.org Desiree Bussiere, Publicity Director, email@example.com www.scarlettapress.com
Special Offers and Exhibitor Contact Information Trim Associates 306 773-871-1249 Ph/F, Gary Trim, Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org 262-942-1153 Ph/F, Marty Granfield, Sales Rep, email@example.com
John Wiley and Sons, continued Place a purchase order between September 7 and November 15, 2011, and receive the following special discounts: 50% T Trade 50% DT Demand Trade 52% CT Brands and Technology 55% CL Cliffs Notes 50% TC Pet and Tax Titles 40% P Professional 40% DP Demand Professional 40% BT Blackwell Academic 43% ST Blackwell General Interest
University of Alabama Press: 46% discount on 6 or more copies. University of Arkansas Press: 44% discount and free freight. Cornell U. Press :50% discount and free freight on 5+ units. University Press of Florida: 50% discount on trade titles (no minimum) plus free freight on frontlist. Show orders only. Use promo code MBA Show Special. University of Hawaii Press: 50% discount on UHP titles (ISBN prefix 97808248). No minimum. 40% discount on distributed titles. University of Nebraska Press: Free media mail freight for domestic retailers; one order, 10-book minimum. Valid only on titles published in 2011 (including NYP). Use promo code 6MBA11. Expires 10/31/11. University of Oklahoma Press: Free freight. University of Pennsylvania Press: 45% discount and free freight on 10+ backlist. Peterson Institute for International Economics: 50% discount and free freight on orders of 5 or more books. Routledge/Taylor & Francis: 45% discount and free freight on 15+ units. Includes all discount categories. No textbook orders. Use promo code 519HO. SUNY Press: 45% discount on trade (T) titles, 40% on shortdiscount titles. Teachers College Press: Free freight on 5+ units, single or mixed titles. Texas Tech University Press: 50% discount (returnable) and free freight. University of Toronto Press: 45% discount on all titles (trade, course, and education) except for text (X) titles. University of Wisconsin Press: 50% discount on all orders. Expires November 30. World Scientific: 42% discount on trade show titles (see list at booth).
PLUS FREE FREIGHT! 25 unit order minimum, limited to one order per location Please send orders to our office: John Wiley & Sons, Attn: Trade Sales Department, Mail Stop 4-02, 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030. Or fax to: 201.748.8641 For more information, call (800) 225-5945 ext. 26273 Promo code FTS11 Wisconsin Historical Society Press 201, 202 608-264-6465 Melanie Roth, Marketing Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org www.wisconsinhistory.org Receive 47% off a minimum quantity order of 10 units of frontlist and backlist combined. Must order with us at the show to receive this special discount. University of Wisconsin Press 203 608-263-0795, F 608-263-1132, Andrea Christofferson, Sales Manager, email@example.com 773-871-1249 Ph/F, Gary Trim, Sales Rep, firstname.lastname@example.org www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress Show Special for Retailers: 50% on all orders through 11/30/11
TRISTAN Publishing 107, 108 763-545-1383 Sheila Waldman, VP Relationships, email@example.com www.tristanpublishing.com
Workman 400, 401, 408, 409 Craig Popelars, Marketing Director Workman/Algonquin, firstname.lastname@example.org Order a minimum of any 10+ titles (across all imprints) and receive 50%/ FF, show dates only!
Free Freight for all orders of 24 copies or more!! John Wiley and Sons 412 Tom Wilson, National Accounts Manager, email@example.com www.wiley.com
The Workman Publishing Company also includes Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Artisan, HighBridge Audio, Storey Publishing and Timber Press. In addition, Workman is the distributor for Black Dog & Leventhal, Greenwich Workshop Press, Fearless Critic Media and The Experiment.
Marketing and Social Networking Social media accounts, blogs, and bookseller marketing resources were requested from all 2011 trade show attendees. This is not an exhaustive list and will be developed and posted on MIBA’s website in the future. The program is also available electronically for ease of use. (@ refers to a Twitter account name). Abraham Associates John Mesjak’s blog www.my3books.com
North Star Press www.facebook.com/pages/North-StarPress/100096141174
Algonquin Books Subscribe to bookseller newsletters Algonquin Annotations and Workman Off the Shelf by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org www.algonquinbooksblog.net www.workman.com/blog www.insidestorey.blogspot.com www.timberpress.com/blog
Penguin www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=12 1346942242#!/PenguinClassics www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=12 1346942242#!/pages/Penguin-BooksPaperbacks-USA/246027335416372 booksellers.penguin.com/static/html/bo okbuzz.html
Beaver’s Pond Press www.facebook.com/pages/BeaversPond-Press-Publishing/44636911582 @bppress www.theselfpublishingblog.com
Random House www.bluestonebookshop.com www.randomhouse.com/kids hatrandom.com/pos (Random House Publishing Group) bookseller-center.knopfdoubleday.com (Knopf Publishing Group)
Columbia University Press www.facebook.com/pages/ColumbiaUniversity-Press/16276011173 http://www.cupblog.org @ColumbiaUP www.youtube.com/CUPvideos
Raven Productions www.facebook.com/pages/RavenProductions-Inc/221294064999?ref=ts @RavenWord
Fluglefluff Productions www.nomonsterhere.com @fluglefluff Fulcrum Email email@example.com for marketing materials Subscribe to monthly newsletter at firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/FulcrumBooks @fulcrumbooks fulcrumbookblog.com www.goodreads.com/user/show/49902 84-fulcrum-publishing Godine www.facebook.com/pages/David-RGodine-Publisher/51745643037 www.facebook.com/pages/BlackSparrow-Books/267832478993 @GodinePub www.drgodine.blogspot.com Ice Cube Press www.facebook.com/IceCubePress Ingram @IngramContent www.facebook.com/IngramContent Milkweed Editions www.facebook.com/milkweed.books @milkweed_books New blog and website coming this fall
Simon & Schuster, continued www.facebook.com/pages/HowardBooks Gallery @Gallery_Books www.facebook.com/GalleryBooks Free Press @freepressbooks www.facebook.com/freepressbooks Scribner @ScribnerBooks www.facebook.com/ScribnerBooks Simon & Schuster (trade) @SimonBooks Threshold @threshold_books www.facebook.com/ThresholdEditions Touchstone@Touchstonebooks www.facebook.com/touchstonebooks Simon Kids @simonkidsya Simon Teen @simonteen PulseIt www.facebook.com/pulseit
Scarletta Press Sign up for consumer newsletter on homepage or by texting "SCARLETTAPRESS" to 22828 www.facebook.com/scarlettapress @scarlettapress @SP_JRBookwormz scarlettapress.blogspot.com
Scholastic www.thisisteen.com www.scholastic.com/marketingshare www.facebook.com/thisisteen @Scholastic
Simon & Schuster Bookseller website: www.SimonandSchuster.biz. Bookseller newsletter: www.simonandschuster.biz/preference -center @simonschuster www.facebook.com/simonandschuster Library/Ed @SSEdLib www.facebook.com/SSEdLib Audio @SimonAudio My Life in 8 Words @mylifein8wordS Atria @AtriaBooks http://twitter.com/atriabo oks www.facebook.com/Atriabooks Atria Espanol @AtriaEspanol http://twitter.com/Atria Espanol www.facebook.com/atriabooksespanol Howard @HowardBooks
Unbridled www.facebook.com/unbridledbooks @unbridledbooks Bookseller Enewsletter: signup via our website: www.unbridledbooks.com
University of Wisconsin Press www.facebook.com/universityofwiscon sinpress University of Minnesota Press www.upress.umn.edu/bookdivision/sign-up-forenews?searchterm=enews @UMinnPress www.facebook.com/pages/Universityof-Minnesota-Press/40070783448 www.uminnpressblog.com Wisconsin Historical Society Press www.facebook.com/whspress @whspress www.youtube.com/user/whspressvideo whspress.tumblr.com
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