Last Call to Exhibit at Boog’s 11th Annual Small Press Fair

Hi all,

Boog City’s 11th annual small, small press fair is a little over five
weeks away, and we’d like to extend to you one last time an invite to
each of you to exhibit.

The fair will once again span two days, Sat. Aug. 2-Sun. Aug. 3, and
be held at Brooklyn’s Unnameable Books (600 Vanderbilt Ave.) in their
spacious backyard. The fair will take place during the 8th annual
Welcome to Boog City poetry, music, and theater festival.

The fair will open on Saturday with performances by authors from each
of the tabling presses.

Tables are $30 for the fair, $20 dollars if you bring your own bridge
table (up to 3’ x 3’). All tabling presses will also receive a
complimentary online business card size ad (H-2″ x W-3.5″) in the
festival program issue of Boog City.

You can send all payments to via

When you email me to reserve your table and schedule your reader
here’s what I’ll need:

—a bio, logo, and url for the press

—a bio, color foto, and url for your press’ reader. (Each press will
have 10 minutes total for a reader and, perhaps, to talk about their
press.) Though most poets (myself included) don’t have their own
websites, I’m guessing your poet might have work, or perhaps even an
interview with them, online. If so, if you can please send one of
those urls.

Please email your table reservation on or by this coming Fri., July 4.
I’d then need all of the information and images to me on or by Fri.
July 11, and you can make payment via paypal to

This year’s fair will feature readings, musical performances, short
political talks, and our annual panel.

We look forward to the fair once again being a warm gathering with
wonderful books, poetry, and music, from around our creative community.

as ever,

P.S. Apologies if you received more than one copy of this email.


The full schedule for the event is here:

David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W. 28th St., Suite 6H
NY, NY 10001-4754
For event and publication information:
T: (212) 842-BOOG (2664)
Twitter: @boogcity
For music from Gilmore boys:
“To have great poets, there must be great audiences.” —Walt Whitman


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