Do you want to participate in a fantastic bilingual gathering of over 50 authors, publishers, artisans, and musicians? Then the Ottawa International Crafts and Book Expo is the place for you. This annual event hosts talented literary figures from the Ottawa region, across Canada, and internationally including the United States.
The Ottawa International Crafts & Book Expo 2023 allows authors, publishers, and other professionals from across Canada and beyond to find and develop a strong network of like-minded professionals. The Expo is also an opportunity to connect with Canada’s growing literary audience. This year’s Expo will occur at the iconic Horticulture Building in Lansdowne Park from Friday, March 3rd, to Sunday, March 5th.
As attendees of previous events will testify, the Ottawa International Crafts & Book Expo is an unparalleled opportunity for bibliophiles to turn their passion into a social opportunity for book lovers to connect with authors, publishers, and other members of the literary community.
The Ottawa International Crafts & Book Expo will allow visitors to discover new titles, meet their favorite authors, and purchase books directly from publishers and booksellers. Whatever your passion – genre fiction, history, artbooks, or memoirs – you will find something you love at the Expo.
If you’re a writer or publisher, then there’s still time to sign up to become an exhibitor. Just visit https://www.ottawabookexpo.ca/ and follow the links.
The Expo is also accessible online, so you’re more than welcome to check out the Expo without leaving your home. Join us at the virtual edition of the Ottawa International Crafts & Book Expos 2023 virtual experience website: http://ottawaexpo.ca.
The Expo is a great way to connect with readers and writers, but visiting can also be a way to support the local Ottawa community. The Expo donates to the fight against worsening homelessness in Canada’s capital through ticket pledges.
Festival partners include The Maple Staple, The Epoch Times, WPBS-TV Watertown, New York; Mountain Lake PBS Plattsburgh, NY; Algonquin College’s Writing Program; Comfort Inn in Kanata; La Cité Collegiale; La Maison Francophonie, 95.7 ELMNT First Nations radio; Gatineau.TV; and Association des Communautés Francophones d’Ottawa.
The Expo also invites prospective new event partners.
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