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On Saturday, August 22nd, 2020, the Buzz Book Expo kicks off at noon (EST). This free event created by author Mary SanGionvanni will spotlight publishers from around the globe as they discuss their upcoming horror releases.

Attend for free HERE — just click on the Buzz Book Expo Livestream.

SCHEDULE (All times are EST.)

Saturday 8/22

  • Silver Shamrock 12-12:50 pm
  • Erasurehead/Deadite 1-1:50 pm
  • Grindhouse 2-2:50 pm
  • S&S Saga 3-3:50 pm
  • Death’s Head 4-4:50 pm
  • Bad Hound Press 5-5:50 pm

Sunday 8/23

  • Eerie River Press 11-11:50 am
  • Lamplight 12-12:50 pm
  • Thunderstorm 1-1:50 pm
  • Crystal Lake 2-2:50 pm
  • Blood Bound Books 3-3:50 pm
  • Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing 4-4:50 pm

Buzz Book Expo is an online book expo, not unlike what was done this year for BEA. Our goal is to give publishers from all over the world a chance to talk about their new horror releases for the upcoming year (September 2020 – December 2021). While our focus is specifically on horror, we consider this to include paranormal and supernatural thrillers, dark fantasy, genre blends, and even non-fiction books about the horror genre. We would like to give a platform to diverse voices bringing new kinds of horror to readers through presentations, Q&As, interviews, and the like.

We are inviting an extensive list of booksellers, librarians, book reviewers, podcasters, readers, and other media professionals to view the expo online with the hope that we can help publishers increase awareness of their books and promote their authors. Participation is free.

We will be recording the event so that it is available to those who are interested but can’t attend.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me at the link below. A posted schedule of publishers and an FAQ will be posted in the near future.

Buzz Book Expo Committee
Mary SanGiovanni — Coordinator
Dave Thomas — Tech
Matt Wildasin — Tech
Katie Southard — Media Relations/PR
Richard Gerlach
Patrick McDonough

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