Portland Book Festival Virtual Marketplace
Portland Book Festival, presented by Bank of America, offers exhibitors the opportunity to reach thousands of book lovers who are ready to buy your products or learn about their services.
Below are the 2021 exhibitors. Applications to exhibit at the 2022 Portland Book Festival will open in spring 2022. Subscribe to our e-news and continue to check online for the latest news about the festival.
Circuit Breaker Books publishes shockingly good stories. We are a hybrid press specializing in contemporary literary fiction, genre fiction, memoir, and creative nonfiction.
Paper Chain Book Publishing Services offers book design and publication management services that help authors and publishers connect their books to readers.
VIRTUAL MARKETPLACE VENDORS
Books made to kickstart challenging, empowering, and important conversations.
Non-profit publisher promoting poets from the Pacific Northwest.
A neighborhood independent bookstore, Annie Bloom’s carries a broad range of new (not used) books across many genres.
A Haven for Writers
Broadway Books is a locally owned, independent bookstore committed to bringing you great books in whatever format suits you best.
Independent book publisher with online magazine and classes.
Small press of literary fiction, horror, poetry & non-fiction.
Comic Books, Graphic Novels & Manga for Everyone!
Micro-press founded by a mother/daughter team curating prose and poetry.
The EFA helps writers find the right editor, right away.
Books for the feminist bicycle revolution.
Nonprofit small press and literary magazine from New York
Collections that uphold the Quaker pursuit of corporate mysticism.
Non-profit collective dissolving barriers for first-time poets & genre-expanding writers.
Fonograf Editions is a nonprofit press and literary record label.
Proudly supporting Multnomah County Library since 1972.
Green Bean Books is a wild and whimsical community-based, independent children’s bookstore in the Alberta Arts District of Portland.
Publishing grown-up-friendly children’s books that promote empathy, inclusiveness and imagination.
A mobile and online children’s bookstore, featuring diverse books.
Publishing fiction and nonfiction of the rare and strange.
A literary reading series held at Leach Botanical Garden featuring PNW writers.
Author / Artist M. Lee Musgrave writes romantic mystery thrillers about the contemporary art world.
A literary subscription box. Underrated books recommended by writers.
Books and zines to change your life and world.
Books about Oregon hiking, history, and mystery.
Nonprofit publisher of literary journal.
Low-Residency MFA Creative Genre Lit. (YA and Mass Market), Poetry, and Anthologies.
Oni Press is a premier comic book and graphic novel publisher located in Portland, Oregon.
Student-run trade press rooted in the Pacific Northwest.
Exceptional books about the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Beautiful books for curious people!
Low-Residency MFA Creative Writing program located in Portland, Oregon.
An exceptional creative writing program in the Pacific Northwest.
Books and periodicals on the international revolutionary working-class movement.
Portland-based fine arts publisher of quality books and gifts.
BFA and MFA creative writing program in downtown Portland.
Powell’s Books is an independent bookseller serving Portland since 1971.
The fiction, game and code publisher.
Based in Seattle, Sasquatch Books publishes adult and children’s books by the most gifted writers, artists, chefs, naturalists, and thought leaders in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Hybrid publishing company that offers services for authors, getting them the exposure they deserve.
Tin House expands the boundaries of what great literature can do.
TooFar Media publishes provocative stories for the eyes, ears, and imagination by Rich Shapero.
Two Lines Press publishes award-winning literature in translation.
Books from Hell.
A independent poetry press based in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to publishing exceptional contemporary poetry, poetry in translation, and writing by poets.
Read local news.
A Pacific Northwest Nonprofit Organization for Writers.
The fiction, game and code publisher.
This year’s Portland Book Festival will present virtual programming, brought to you by Bank of America, the week of November 8–12, and in-person events on Saturday, November 13, 2021.
Attending the in-person event on Saturday, November 13?
Visit one (or more!) of our amazing local food trucks, who will be on site and vending all day.