At the PEN World Voices Festival
Friday, May 5 2017
4 – 8 PM
Washington Square Mews, NYC
CLMP will be presenting a small press and literary magazine block party at the 2017 PEN World Voices Festival: PRESS FEST!
The event, a literary magazine and small press fair, will take place at the Washington Square Mews (between Fifth Avenue and University Place just north of Washington Square Park). It will overlap with the kickoff of World Voices Festival Lit Crawl events starting at the Mews at 6 PM.
As of April 5th, American Chordata, A Public Space, Archipelago Books, Argos Books, Belladonna*, Black Square Editions, Bloof Books, The Cupboard Pamphlet, Deep Vellum, DoubleCross, Epiphany Magazine, Europa Editions, Feminist Press, Fence and Fence Books, Full Stop, Futurepoem, Guillotine, The Hudson Review, Indolent Books, Litmus Press, The Mantle, Montez Press, Mosaic Magazine, New Directions, Newtown Literary, Nightboat Books, No, Dear, Nowhere, Open Letter, The Operating System, OR Books, Painted Bride Quarterly, Pelekinesis, Poet’s Country, Rain Mountain Press, Restless Books, Sagging Meniscus Press, Seven Stories Press, Siglio Press, Skidrow Penthouse, Sock Monkey Press, Solid Objects, Springhouse Journal, St. Petersburg Review, Tender Buttons Press, Tiferet Journal, Transit Books, Washington Square Review and Wave Books have already secured tables.
Tables must be registered by Noon on Wednesday, April 5 to guarantee inclusion in promotional materials. PRESS FEST! will be included in the PEN World Voices Festival program, produced by the Village Voice, and on the PEN World Voices website; featured in the program for the PEN Lit Crawl; and marketed on CLMP’s website and social media, and through our monthly e-newsletter, Fresh Pressed.
Exhibitors are encouraged to embrace the international spirit of the PEN World Voices Festival by displaying related titles/issues; and are also encouraged to offer author signings, or other interactive features at their table (past examples include raffles, exquisite corpses or other writing-related activities, etc). Note that information about signings, etc. will also appear in PEN World Voices materials provided it is supplied to us by April 5.
VENDOR GUIDELINES: Table Fee: CLMP Members $100 / Non-Members $125.
Author signings and other table event info may be entered below or send this information directly to Natalie Mesnard, CLMP’s Director of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org separately after securing your table: