Quirk Heads to BEA: Say Hi, Meet Authors, Get Swag
Hey Quirk fans!
Next week, we're packing up a bunch of books, swag, and authors (using only the finest packaging materials for them), and heading to Book Expo America for three days of hanging out with booksellers, book bloggers, book publishers, book readers… book lovers from all across the country. You get the idea. And we can't wait!
In addition to selling lots of books and dishing out free posters, ARCs, and totesbags, we've got some fun events going on through out the convention. And we want you to join us in (and out!) of our booth (#2848!) at BEA for a whole bunch of fun activities.
Thursday, May 30th: Come meet CHARLES GILMAN, the author of the Tales From Lovecraft Middle School series. He'll be in the booth signing books at 11:00am.
Friday, May 31st: We'll have DOOGIE HORNER signing advances of his new book 100 Ghosts at 11:00AM, and SCIENCE BOB PFLUGFELDER, co-author of our upcoming Nick & Tesla middle grade series (and a BEA Buzz Pick!), signing ARCs at 2:00PM.
Saturday, June 1st: Three authors in one day! Come meet BEN H. WINTERS, author of The Last Policeman, at 10:00AM, RANSOM RIGGS, author of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, at 11:00AM, and E.B. HUDSPETH, author of The Resurrectionist, at 2:00PM.
PANELS & EVENTS:
Friday, May 31st: Quirk Books' publisher Jason Rekulak will be discussing Nick and Tesla's High Voltage Danger Lab during the BEA Middle Grade Editors' Buzz Panel at 11am in Room 1E12/1E13. Afterwards, come meet the BEA Middle Grade Buzz Authors, as "Science Bob" Pflugfelder will be discussing Nick and Tesla's High Voltage Danger Lab at 1pm at the Uptown Stage, Booth #268.
Saturday, June 1st: Star Wars® Reads Day Celebration, which includes a reading from William Shakespeare’s Star Wars®. 1pm at the Uptown Stage, Booth #268.
Sunday, June 2nd: Ransom Riggs Book Signing: Ransom will be joined by Unravel Me and Shatter Me author Tahereh Mafi + other paranormal/fantasy YA authors at 4pm at Books of Wonder.
See you soon!
ERIC SMITH is the cofounder of Geekadelphia, a popular blog covering all-that-is-geek in the City of Brotherly Love, as well as the Philadelphia Geek Awards, an annual awards show held at the Academy of Natural Sciences. He’s written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Weekly, and Philly.com