Virtual Marketplace

We are excited to bring you the 2020 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. We look forward to celebrating books—across all genres and age-groups—with you virtually this year November 5–21, 2020!

Check out our list of wonderful exhibitors below:


FESTIVAL BOOKSTORE PARTNERS

FESTIVAL VENDORS

Airlie Press

Airlie Press is a nonprofit publisher run by writers, dedicated to cultivating and sustaining fine contemporary poetry and to promoting poets from the Pacific Northwest.

Atelier26 Books

Award-winning literary publisher and producer of the weekly creativity podcast “In the Atelier.”

Beyond Words

Beyond Words is a mind/body/spirit publisher specializing in books and products that encourage personal and global transformation.

C3 Publications Press

Small Oregon press, publishing Northwest fiction independently since 1992

Circuit Breaker Book

Circuit Breaker Books

Circuit Breaker Books publishes Shockingly Good Stories. We specialize in contemporary literary fiction, genre fiction, memoir, and creative nonfiction.

Copper Canyon Press

Founded in 1972, Copper Canyon Press is a nonprofit, independent poetry publisher based in Port Townsend, WA. We believe poetry is vital to language and living.

Cosmic Monkey Comics

Discover the Secret World of Comics.

Fishtrap

Fishtrap brings writers and thinkers together with programs designed to inspire creativity, create community, and generate good writing.

Forest Avenue

Forest Avenue Press

Founded in Portland in 2012, Forest Avenue publishes literary fiction on a joy ride and the occasional memoir.

Gorham Printing

Pacific Northwest Short-run Book Printer.

Hazy Dell Press

Hazy Dell Press publishes quirky, grown-up-friendly children’s books that promote empathy, inclusiveness and imagination.

Hugo Moreno

Author of Donde se acaba el Norte. “One night, Uriel dreamed that he was a Franciscan monk who lived in New Mexico in the seventeenth century. Awaking from his dream, Uriel didn’t know if he was Uriel, or a Franciscan monk dreaming he was a librarian who lived in Albuquerque in the twentieth century.”

Jennifer Butler-Brown

Online and mobile bookstore for kids, ages birth to young adult. Including online book fairs for schools, resource searches for educators, and an educator discount, with a focus on diverse, multi-cultural books that allow every child to find themselves in books.

luminarepress

Luminare Press

Luminare Press provides personal, professional and affordable self-publishing services.

Madrone Press

A publisher of Michael Holstein’s artist books, more than 40 handmade, illustrated books in a variety of formats.

Navillus Press

Books about Oregon hiking, history, mystery, and adventure by William L. Sullivan.

OoliganPress

Ooligan Press

Ooligan is an award-winning not-for-profit general trade press that publishes books honoring the cultural and natural diversity of the Pacific Northwest. Ooligan Press is a teaching press staffed by students pursuing master’s degrees in the Department of English at Portland State University (PSU).

Oregon State University Press

For sixty years, Oregon State University Press has been publishing exceptional books about the Pacific Northwest—its people and landscapes, its flora and fauna, its history and cultural heritage.

Pacific University Press

Independent press housed at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon.

Propeller

Propeller Books

Propeller Books is a Portland-based publisher of literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

Red Hen Press

Red Hen Press seeks to discover and publish works of literary excellence, support diversity in a creative industry, promote literacy in our local schools, and serve as a hub for literary events and enrichment. We are a community of readers and writers who are actively engaged in the essential human practice known as literature.

REUTS Publications

Exceptional storytelling from the ground up. Boutique #indie publisher specializing in #YA to #A. All genres. Fiction only.

Save Your Books

Book repair educational site for non-professionals.

Storiarts

Storiarts makes luxurious literary goods for your bookish life. We’re a family-owned business specializing in accessories, home goods, and gifts inspired by your favorite books. Come check out our famous Book Scarves, Writing Gloves, Quote Bracelets, and all new Booklover’s Brew whole bean coffee.

The Rumpus

We work to shine a light on stories that build bridges, tear down walls, and speak truth to power.

Two Line Press

Non-profit publisher of literature in translation.

Wave Books

Wave Books is an independent poetry press based in Seattle, Washington, dedicated to publishing exceptional contemporary poetry, poetry in translation, and writing by poets. By publishing strong, innovative work in finely crafted editions, we hope to continue to challenge the values and practices of readers and add to the collective sense of what’s possible in contemporary poetry. ***Please enjoy 20% off all Wave books with discount code PDXBookFest at checkout***

Word Prostitute

The fiction, game and code publisher.

Write Around Portland

Write Around Portland changes lives through the power of writing by hosting creative writing workshops in partnership with social service agencies at hospitals, treatment centers, homeless shelters, correctional facilities, low-income housing and more. Our values are respect, writing and community.

The 2020 Portland Book Festival, presented by Bank of America runs November 5-21. Catch all our of our virtual events streamed at PDXBookFest.org.

If you have questions about the Virtual Marketplace, please reach out to Liz Olufson at liz [at] literary-arts [dot] org.

Portland Book Festival Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.