After only a few short weeks of exhibitor registration, there are already many fun and interesting authors, companies, and organizations signed up and ready to see you at the 18th annual SCBook Festival.
South Carolina Academy of Authors, Main Street Rag Publishing Company, Confusion Press, Islamic Center of Columbia, AND MANY MORE!
Please click the link for a full list of exhibitors that are already registered for the event.
Exhibitor registration is now open for the 18th annual SCBook Festival to be held on May 17 – 18, 2014. The Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center will once again serve as the venue for the SCBook Festival, South Carolina’s premier literary event. The deadline for Early Bird rates is March 15, 2014. All exhibitors should submit application forms as early as possible. The festival has many requests from new and previous exhibitors who would like to participate.
For more information or to apply to be an exhibitor, please click here.
Also, please consider becoming a Festival Sponsor this year. This is an easy way for you to help your business and the festival! Click on the online link to sponsor the festival. Please call 803-771-2477 for more information!
In 2012, the South Carolina Book Festival has produced its first chapbook. The festival has published an illustrated, signed and limited edition of “Ashes,” the first story in Julia Peterkin's story collection Green Thursday. Julia Peterkin is one of South Carolina’s most respected authors and the only one to win a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
“Ashes” is illustrated by the distinguished South Carolina Artist Stephen Chesley. There are only 150 signed and numbered chapbooks and 15 signed and lettered chapbooks available. Find out more!
Purchase one of these rare and beautiful chapbooks! Call 803-771-2477.
Artwork by Stephen Chesley, 2012
The 18th Annual SCBook Festival is scheduled for May 16 - 18, 2014 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in downtown Columbia. SAVE THE DATE!
Author selection for the SCBook Festival runs from August 1, 2013 through March 1, 2014. Suggested authors will be considered as presenters for panels and readings; for book signings in the Book Signing Area; and for other special events occurring throughout the three days of festival activities.