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13th & Joan Publishing
Booth: 202
Born with the mission of telling real stories by real people that reflect the diversity and depth of their experiences, 13th and Joan is a media and publishing agency focused on producing quality content across an array of mediums.

Booth: 111
826LA is a non-profit organization that offers free writing and tutoring programs to students ages 6-18 from its locations in Echo Park and Mar Vista; a school-based site at Manual Arts Senior High School; and in classrooms across Los Angeles.


A.Z. Riel: Riel Books
Booth: 513
A.Z. Riel writes+illustrates SMARTBooks for SMARTERBabies, Accelerating Core Brain Development by Talking UP to Children. Riel’s engaging satire advances literary and life skills for application in the real world. A.Z. Riel teaches teens creative writing, is an eighteen-year-experienced honors teacher with two Education degrees, two children, and four Teacher of the Year awards.

About Comics
Booth: 170
The publisher of works as diverse as the classic Negro Motorist Green Book reprints (Jim Crow era travel guides for African Americans), political adult coloring books of the 1960s, Jewish James Bond parodies, and the non-Peanuts works of Charles Schulz, About Comics is more than its name implies.

Abril Armenian Bookstore
Booth: 068
Celebrating 40 years! Largest source of Armenian related books, music, videos, posters, greeting cards, and gift items. Established in 1978, Abril has been attending the LA Times Festival of Books consecutively since 1998.

Access Books/Kaleo
Booth: 861,194
Access Books’ mission is to provide quality, high-interest books to school, classroom and community libraries. They provide books to inner-city schools where over 90% of students live at or below the poverty line. Kaleo will be there to promote Access Books, distribute resort literature and encourage community engagement.

Acorn Publishing
Booth: 716
Acorn Publishing authors signing at the event: Jessica Therrien – author of best-selling YA series Children of the Gods; Holly Kammier – best-selling author of Kingston Court; Lois Letchford – author of Reversed; Agnes Deglon – author of Kids Questions About Life.

Akashic Books
Booth: 102
Akashic Books is a Brooklyn-based independent company dedicated to publishing literary fiction, crime fiction, and political nonfiction by authors who are either ignored by the mainstream, or who have no interest in working within the ever-consolidating ranks of the major corporate publishers.

Booth: 136
AM870 The Answer News Talk Radio

Amida Society
Booth: 880
The Amida Society is a Buddhist Organization Distributing Complimentary Educational Materials (Books, CDs, and DVDs) to Visitors (Free of Charge).

Amo Marketing
Booth: 022
We are a travel club that has combined with fundraising for an intercity reading club in Lennox.

Amuzed Art
Booth: 968
What if you could examine yourself in an inspirational way? What if you saw art and words together and were inspired to live a happier life. My books encourage us to imagine and anticipate a better Self, community, and world. Self-Regard / Early Self-Regard / I AM… I CAN…

Anaphora Literary Press
Booth: 919
Over 240 titles published, and Anaphora is actively seeking manuscripts in poetry, short stories, novels (literary and genre), plays and non-fiction (dissertations, reference, textbooks) from new and established authors. Short works are invited for two literary and cinematic periodicals. Writers have won the USA Best Book and other top awards.

Angel City Press
Booth: 119
Angel City Press was established in 1992 and is dedicated to the publication of high-quality nonfiction books that showcase the history and culture of Southern California. Its award-winning work has established Angel City Press as the crown jewel of Los Angeles publishing.

Booth: 843
Anomaly Productions is a publisher of augmented reality graphic novels, monthly comics and books with rich storylines and lush illustrations.

Antioch University Los Angeles
Booth: 066
Antioch University offers these creative writing opportunities: MFA in Creative Writing (L.A.), MFA in Writing & Contemporary Media (Santa Barbara), Post-MFA Certificate in the Teaching of Creative Writing (L.A.), BA/MFA and USMA/MFA dual degrees (L.A.), Lunch Ticket online literary journal, and inspiration2publication (affordable online book coaching and creative writing classes).

Booth: 541
A kids shoe company focused on book licenses and other great designs by children’s book illustrators.

Atheists United
Booth: 940
A positive and welcoming atheist community working to improve the status of atheists in society and of atheism in public discourse by:1. Promoting the separation of government and religion. 2) Educating the public about atheism. 3) serving the public good in ways that are exemplary of our values.

Author Solutions
Booth: 991, 986
Author Solutions is the world leader in supported self-publishing. Author Solutions has helped more than 225,000 authors self-publish, promote and bring to market over 300,000 new titles.
Booth: 957
“ is a vibrant online literary community, where authors and readers come together!
Authors share information about themselves and their books with readers to discover, learn about and buy their books.”

Ayn Rand Institute
Booth: 130
Ayn Rand Institute offers a variety of educational experiences to promote greater understanding of Ayn Rand’s philosophy and, through the writing and speaking of our experts, advocates her principles of reason, rational self-interest and laissez-faire capitalism.


Barry Ghabaei
Booth: 121
Introducing the latest fictional genre of the 21st Century, “Wondrous Fiction,” where the author breaks all the rules and it works. A genre where there is no rhyme or reason, no rules, no obligations…and the only thing required is to tell a story with your true inner VOICE.

Booth: 507
Bazic Products/Bangkit U.S.A. Inc. partners with factories around the world to produce a line of quality School and Office Products. Bazic Products developed a reputation as a reliable and flexible partner with innovative and great quality products.

Beatie Wolfe
Booth: 381, 383
Beatie Wolfe is an award-winning singer-songwriter & innovator described as “extraordinary” by Forbes, “ingenious” by Fast Company and “bleeding-edge” by WIRED, Beatie Wolfe is at the forefront of pioneering new formats for music, which reunite tangibility, storytelling & ceremony to the album in this digital age. Visit and see why.

Beloved Connections
Booth: 581
Heart based and inspiring children’s picture books that help you and your children connect to the gifts that lie inside you and the love that you truly are!

Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center
Booth: 185
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Beyond Baroque is one of the nation’s leading Literary Arts Centers based out of the original Venice City Hall. The Center offers readings, workshops, music and education and houses The Scott Wannberg Bookstore and Poetry Lounge with an archive chronicling the history of poetry in L.A.

Bibliotheca Regius
Booth: 824
Bibliotheca Regius shows art and history for in a perfect collection of manuscripts from the seventh to the sixteenth century. Office is based out in Beverly Hills, near by the UCLA Campus. the Achievement is promote knowledge and appreciation of the texts and images of this rich cultural heritage.

Booth: 502
Bizainy creates family-fun with our educational toys: Bizainy Lemonade Stand, Charity Bake Sale and Babysitting Business Kits that help kids and teens gain money management and business life skills to become self-reliant, motivated, thriving young adults.

Black Chateau
Booth: 912
Black Château is a marketing and public relations agency for books and authors. Located in Los Angeles, the award-winning firm serves clients from around the world. Black Château believes in storytellers. The company is dedicated to helping authors’ voices be heard around the world through the written word.

Black Rose Writing
Booth: 917
Black Rose Writing is an independent publishing house that strongly believes in developing a personal relationship with their authors. The Texas-based publishing company doesn’t see authors as clients or just another number on a page, but rather as individual writers.

Book Publicists of So California
Booth: 933

Book Soup/A.C. Vroman, Inc.
Booth: 088
Book Soup, “Bookseller to the Great and Infamous”, is a general independent bookstore located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. Since 1975 the store has specialized in art, music, film, photography, fashion, and literary fiction, and is known for its celebrity clientele, robust author event series, and international newsstand.

Bookbid Rare Books
Booth: 942
We specialize in selling collectible books, mainly modern first editions, many of which are signed by the author.

Bookclubbish/Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.
Booth: 368
BookClubbish is a community that celebrates books and popular culture, connecting readers, booksellers, librarians and book clubs with relevant content and resources, coordinated by publishing professionals from MIRA, Park Row Books, Graydon House and Hanover Square Press (imprints within Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.)

Bookforum Magazine
Booth: 120
A sister publication of Artforum, Bookforum brings incisive reviews of the latest titles, author interviews, and commentary about current and coming trends and ideas being debated by some of the most interesting writers of our time.

Books for the Caribbean & Crenshaw Rotary
Booth: 573
Books for the Caribbean and the Rotary Club of Crenshaw work together to improve literacy locally and world wide through a variety of Community Service Projects. Giving children better reading skills, gives them a better life! Your participation will help improve the world.

Booth: 205
We know you will love our books!

BOOM! Studios
Booth: 840
Founded by Ross Richie in 2005, BOOM! Studios ( generates award-winning comic books and graphic novels. The publisher is comprised of four imprints: the main Studios imprint, BOOM! Box, KaBOOM!, and Archaia. BOOM! has a unique first-look feature film relationship both with 20th Century Fox and Fox’s television studio.

Brick Cave Media
Booth: 156
Southwest based publisher of science fiction, fantasy and literary titles. Authors include Sharon Skinner, J.A. Giunta, Scott Woods. Author biographies and title availability on our website.

Buddha’s Light Publications, USA Corp
Booth: 062
Buddha’s Light Publications offers quality translations of classical Buddhist texts as well as works by contemporary Buddhist teachers and scholars. We embrace Humanistic Buddhism, and promote Buddhist writing which is accessible, community-oriented, and relevant to daily life. We are committed to building bridges between East and West and all communities.

Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
Booth: 956
In addition to charity, Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation dedicates itself in the fields of medicine, education, environmental protection, international relief and the establishment of one of the world’s largest bone marrow donor registry.


California Connections Academy
Booth: 539
California Connections Academy is a quality tuition-free online public school serving students in grades TK-12. Connections Academy, a leader in online education, offers an outstanding curriculum, personalized instruction and flexible scheduling supported by California credentialed teachers throughout Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego counties.

California Institute of the Arts
Booth: 071
California Institute of the Arts is renowned internationally as a game-changer in the education of professional artists. An all-inclusive community for a diversity of authentic voices, CalArts today offers more than 70 comprehensive degree programs in the visual, performing, media and literary arts.

California Prep/Valiant Prep
Booth: 589
Valiant Prep is an accredited TK-12th grade school offering instructional funds, Tk-8 = $2800 and 9-12 = $3200, to use towards curriculum, supplies, books, materials, equipment, services and much more. As an independent homeschool program, Valiant Prep will partner with you to make this journey enjoyable.

California State University, Los Angeles
Booth: 190
The CSUSB Veteran Success Center provides support services for the military, veterans, and dependents as they transition to the university environment. We aid them in achieving academic success and reaching their personal development goals. “Written by Veterans” is our free creative writing program for veterans and their family members.

California State University, San Bernardino
Booth: 163
The CSUSB Veteran Success Center provides support services focused on the special needs of today’s military veterans, service members, and dependents. We assist them in transitioning to the university environment and in achieving their academic and personal development goals. “Written by Veterans” is our free creative writing program.

Cancer Control Society
Booth: 074
Books and videos on Nutritional Approaches and Alternative Therapies for Cancer and other diseases.

Catamaran Literary Reader
Booth: 203
Catamaran is a literary journal featuring poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and fine art. Catamaran is a full size, full color magazine published quarterly and distributed nationally. Now in its 6th year, Catamaran features creative works with West Coast themes by writers and artists from everywhere.

Chronicle Books
Booth: 551
Chronicle Books is a San Francisco-based publisher of distinctive books, gifts, and stationery. Inspired by the enduring magic and importance of books, our objective is to create and distribute exceptional publishing that is instantly recognizable for its spirit, creativity, and value.

Church of Scientology Los Angeles
Booth: 860

Dianetics, The Modern Science of Mental Health

Cinco Puntos Press
Booth: 101
With roots on the U.S./Mexico border, Cinco Puntos publishes great books which make a difference in the way you see the world.

City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs
Booth: 566
Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) advances the social and economic impact of the arts and ensures access to diverse and enriching cultural activities through: grantmaking, community arts programming, arts education, public art, and partnerships with artists and arts/cultural organizations throughout the City of Los Angeles.

CL GABER, author
Booth: 709
ASCENDERS is a best selling YA/NA book series that MTV calls “teenage angst like you’ve never seen it before.” This “adventure of an after-lifetime” features a strong female POV and is being developed into a comic book.

Classic Fountain Pens
Booth: 191
Sales, customization, and service of fountain pens.

Booth: 833
ComicWise is a convention-based comic retailer focused on modern comics, paperbacks, and hardcovers. ComicWise also sells golden, silver, and bronze age comics as well. ComicWise is based in Bakersfield, California and vends at approximate 20-25 shows a year, mainly on the West Coast.

Constructing Modern Knowledge Press
Booth: 540
Constructing Modern Knowledge Press publishes books for creative teachers and parents written by leading educators. CMK Press also offers innovative learning opportunities where educators invent the future. Makerspaces, project-based learning, coding, robotics, e-textiles and more combine for creative fun in any classroom.

Cosworth Publishing
Booth: 521
We are a small local publishing house, emphasizing children’s books but with some additional titles of specialized interest.

Counterpoint/Catapult/Soft Skull
Booth: 159
Three critically acclaimed literary imprints with offices in Berkeley, New York, and Portland, OR.

C.R. King
Booth: 909
RK Enterprises publisher of non-fiction historical books and historical fiction books by C.R. King.

Crilly-Reseck Enterprises
Booth: 035
We are two authors who have spent a lifetime traveling satisfying our curiosity of the world.. One a psychologist and one a biologist bringing their perspective to each encounter. Now seniors we travel the world speaking to groups inspiring others to get out and live their dream.


Dan Eldon
Booth: 349
Creative Visions is inspired by the life of Dan Eldon, a 22-year-old Reuters photojournalist who was killed in Somalia in 1993.  Inspired by Dan’s life as an artist, adventurer and activist, Kathy and Amy Eldon launched CV in 1998 to support creative activists to use their creative spark for good.

Danielle Matthew
Booth: 502
Danielle Matthew is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and author of The Empowered Child: How to Help Your Child Cope, Communicate and Conquer Bullying, who treats bully victims and their families, and educates and consults about the bullying epidemic.

David’s Doodles LLC
Booth: 834
Selling art books, art prints and apparel specializing in animal illustration and in the entertainment and animation industry.

Denecia “Dee” Jones
Booth: 827

Meet Denecia “Dee” Jones, author of How Crystals Shine; True Secrets Revealed

Dean Jacobs
Booth: 723
Local Independent Author

December Publishing
Booth: 157
December magazine is a semiannual literary journal publishing exceptional poetry, prose, and visual art. Our mission is to champion the work of unheralded writers and artists, celebrate fresh ideas from seasoned voices, and advocate for our contributors in the literary, artistic, and general communities.

Dr. Carole Lieberman
Booth: 031
Dr. Carole, America’s Psychiatrist, is an Emmy-honored TV & radio personality, speaker, bestselling/award-winning published author of 4 books: Lions and Tigers and Terrorists, Oh My! How to Protect Your Child in a Time of Terror (winner at London Book Festival), Bad Boys, Bad Girls and Coping with Terrorism.

Dr. Seuss’s Super Dee-Duper Bus
Booth: 578
You’re invited to participate in the first annual Dr. Seuss’s Word Challenge! In the spirit of Dr. Seuss and growing readers, help us reach a goal of 20 million words read across the country this summer.

Dreamspinner Press
Booth: 141
Dreamspinner Press publishes extraordinary fiction, satisfying the diverse needs of every reader. Dreamspinner Press publishes gay romance from sweet to erotic, suspenseful to fantastic. Harmony Ink Press features the best in YA LGBTQ+ fiction. DSP Publications features genre fiction with strong LGBTQ characters. Cunning detectives? Space pirates? Here they are.

Drumsong Music Company
Booth: 024
“Drumsong Music Company features books written by Drummer,Educator Ndugu Chancler.These books range from drum set method,philosophy of success to books about Micheal Jackson.
Ndugu Chancler is currently part of the Flora L.Thornton Faculty.”


East West Discovery Press
Booth: 510
Publisher and distributor of multicultural and bilingual books in 50 + languages. We can customize book list and school readiness backpack based on thematic units, reading level and languages. Please email us for an updated listing of our multicultural and bilingual books. Our catalog can be downloaded on
Booth: 051
Affordable high quality book printing for the self publisher. Our 15th year exhibiting at the LA Times Festival of Books!

E.D. Watley Novels
Booth: 200
Independent author

Encarma Press/Annette James-Rogers
Booth: 715
James-Rogers/ENCARMA is Author- Publisher of: The Color of Equality – The Story of a Failed American Colony, an historical novel based on experience of the authors free born great-grandparents and their children who participated in an effort to form an American colony in Haiti during the American Civil War.

End Malaria Now
Booth: 238
End Malaria Now raises awareness about malaria and what our community can do to prevent it. Our main focus is to distribute thousands of mosquito nets to help end the spread of this fatal disease.

Enter Media
Booth: 144
Enter Media is an entertainment and multimedia company dedicated to creating empowering and inspiring content.

Extravagant Promises Press, LLC
Booth: 201
Publisher and Author, Michael Kent


Faith One Publishing
Booth: 924
Faith One Publishing is the book publishing arm of Crenshaw Christian Center, the church founded by Apostle Frederick K.C. Price in Los Angeles. Under his leadership, our goal is to publish Spirit-inspired works. Our sole devotion is to spread understanding of the uncompromising Word of God.

Families in Schools
Booth: 534
Families In Schools (FIS) is committed to involve parents and communities in their children’s education to achieve lifelong success.

Farhang Foundation
Booth: 951
Established in 2008 in Los Angeles, Farhang Foundation is a nonreligious, nonpolitical, and not-for-profit foundation with a mission to celebrate and promote Iranian art and culture for the benefit of the community at large.

Farm Fresh To You
Booth: 124
Almost 40 years’ experience Growing & Farming Organic/Pesticide-Free/Non-GMO Produce! – a PIONEER of the Organic Industry!

Figueroa Press
Booth: 962
Publish books for faculty and/or allumni, associated with USC.

Floating Feather Publishing
Booth: 902
Independently owned to promote and market Jylene Morgan self-published books “THERE WAS A MOOSE ON CLIFFORD STREET, & “BUMMER Our Pet Bighorn Sheep”. Third Book, “BUMMER And The Nanny Goat” will be part of series of about five books about BUMMER the family’s pet Bighorn expected to be publication soon.

Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center
Booth: 064
We are dedicated to translating and distributing quality translations of classical Buddhist texts as well as works by contemporary Buddhist teachers and scholars. We embrace Humanistic Buddhism, and promote Buddhist writing that is accessible, community-oriented, and relevant to daily life.

Fund the Children
Booth: 921
“Book Sales, Gifts and Accessories Sales % of profit to benefit Fund the Children to help youth triumph – learning.”


Galaxy Press
Booth: 135
Galaxy Press is the publisher of the fiction works of bestselling author L. Ron Hubbard in both book and audiobook formats and the Writers of the Future yearly anthology.

Gary Soto and Friends
Booth: 717
Gary Soto is the leading Latino writer for children and young adults. He has 2 new books: MEATBALLS FOR THE PEOPLE and a reissue of his groundbreaking first poetry book, THE ELEMENTS OF SAN JOAQUIN. His popular titles include BASEBALL IN APRIL, TOO MANY TAMALES, BURIED ONIONS and THE AFTERLIFE.

Get Lit-Words Ignite
Booth: 821
Get Lit-Words Ignite fuses classic and spoken word poetry to increase teen literacy and cultivate enthusiastic learners emboldened to inspire social consciousness in diverse communities. “Claim Your Poem, Claim Your Life.”

Glen Granholm
Booth: 826
I am an independent author with several books I would like to sell at this event. I am featuring the comedy/adventure novel, COWPHOON. I intend to have a cow-related booth.

Glendale Arts/Alex Theatre
Booth: 178
Glendale Arts is the City of Glendale’s leading arts non-profit and is charged with operating the historic 1,400-seat Alex Theatre. Glendale Arts also produces signature events such as the Open Arts & Music Festival and Taste Walk Glendale, as well as educational programming through GAedu.

Glife Publications
Booth: 188
Self-publishing company. Books in English and Spanish.

Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS)
Booth: 944
GLAWS is a non-profit organization that provides a forum for writers of all disciplines to meet and improve their knowledge and skills in the craft and business of writing. GLAWS accomplishes this through Special Speaker Events, genre-specific critique groups, workshops, conferences, book fairs, and other events that educate and mentor writers.

Green Pines Media
Booth: 026
We use indie publishing, podcasts, and multimedia platforms to raise awareness about the challenges facing Transitional Age Youth, and their allies. Our goal is to create content that will eliminate “No one ever told me” from the vocabulary of those affected by child abuse and neglect.

Greenberry Publishing, LLC
Booth: 905
Greenberry Publishing is a self-publishing company that caters the publishing needs of an author and help them succeed by providing helpful and useful marketing services for their books.

Greenwich Entertainment
Booth: 100
Greenwich Entertainment is an independent film distribution company specializing in distinctive, theatrical-quality narrative and documentary features.


Haibu, LLC
Booth: 590
Haibu is a children’s franchise of books, films, and video games, seen through the eyes of a ten-year-old girl, invoking thought and positive change worldwide. The stories are of girl empowerment, as this young heroine becomes the voice against the mistreatment of animals across the globe.

Happy Science USA
Booth: 224
In 1986, Master Ryuho Okawa founded Happy Science, a spiritual movement dedicated to bringing greater happiness to humankind by overcoming barriers of race, religion, and culture and by working toward the ideal of a world united in peace and harmony.

HarperCollins Children’s Books / Epic Reads
Booth: 714
HarperCollins Children’s Books is one of the leading publishers of children’s and teen books. HarperCollins is home to many timeless treasures and bestsellers such as Charlotte’s Web, Goodnight Moon, Where the Wild Things Are, The Graveyard Book and series including Ramona, Pete the Cat, Fancy Nancy, Divergent, and The Selection.

Harvard University Press
Booth: 204
“Harvard University Press, founded in 1913, is a leading publisher of convergent works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. HUP is driven by the belief that books from academic publishers are more essential than ever before for understanding critical issues facing the world today.”

Haymarket Books
Booth: 158
Haymarket Books is a radical, independent publisher, who aims to connect activists, critical scholars, and politically conscious readers with the ideas they need to change the world.

Booth: 113
Heyday is an independent, nonprofit publisher and unique cultural institution. We promote widespread awareness and celebration of California’s many cultures, landscapes, and boundary-breaking ideas. Through our well-crafted books, public events, and innovative outreach programs we are building a vibrant community of readers, writers, and thinkers.

Hi De Ho Comics
Booth: 908
We are the oldest and largest comic book store in Southern California! 40 years in business and still going strong. Whether shopping for yourself or your young ones – we have the widest selection and most experienced staff ready to help!!!

Holigent Org
Booth: 934
Public benefit, educational nonprofit promoting societal transformation for peaceful systemic sustainability.

Hollenbeck Police Business Council
Booth: 881
The Hollenbeck Police Business Council is committed to preventing violence by deterring kids from gang and criminal activities. The Youth Center reaches thousands of children annually through innovative recreation, education and entrepreneur programs designed to decrease crime by instilling a strong sense of value and purpose in young people.

Honey Wright Publishing
Booth: 520
We are a publishing house for children’s books that specialize in portraying diverse characters.

Horror Writers Association
Booth: 828
The HWA brings writers and those with a professional interest in the art of horror together. Its mission is to foster a greater appreciation of dark fiction through outreach to libraries, bookstores, and in person. Come say hello!

House of Anansi Press & Groundwood Books
Booth: 707
Groundwood Books is committed to publishing books for and about children and young adults whose experiences are under-represented elsewhere without sacrificing warmth, beauty, playfulness and humor. House of Anansi Press, Canada’s largest independent publisher, is committed to publishing the highest possible quality literary fiction, poetry, drama, and nonfiction.

House of Arts and Ideas
Booth: 741

HS Insider
Booth: 736
High School Insider is a cornerstone of the Los Angeles Times’ commitment to advancing media literacy and empowering the next generation of storytellers. The program includes a content platform that publishes student work on, as well as classroom resources, conferences, contests, and paid internships.

Booth: 837
Humanoids publishes some of the highest-selling graphic novel content in the world. From mature science-fiction to our slice-of-life and all-ages lines, our company is dedicated to the highest quality genre storytelling. In 2018, we are celebrating 40 years of international publishing and 20 years here in the US!


Immersion Corporation
Booth: 353
Touch is at the heart of the most powerful experiences. It informs, excites, and humanizes— bringing people closer together. Immersion’s technology enables these connections by extending the power of touch to the digital world. With haptics, storytellers can reach out and literally touch their audiences.

Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.
Booth: 125
We have been publishing books for mind, body & spirit for more than forty years and have over 1,500 books in print including seventy titles in Spanish. We will have many hundreds of books in our booth and all will be 50% off the cover price.

Inspire Charter
Booth: 585
Inspire Charter Schools is a tuition-free, personalized learning, public charter school for TK-12th grade students. Offering both flexibility and choice, families are empowered to tailor a school program that is designed around the specific needs of each student. Inspire Charter Schools is 21st century learning at its best!

Interlude Press
Booth: 153
Interlude Press is a boutique publisher of bestselling and award-winning LGBTQ fiction. We also publish Young Adult fiction through our imprint, Duet Books.

Inventive Thinkers Press
Booth: 540
Inventive Thinkers, an independent press, publishes STEM and STEAM books for clever kids, parents and teachers. Featured are two series of books, STEM Through the Months and STEAM Through the Year. Both series focus on project-based, student-centered learning in technology-rich environments. Visit to learn more or email

It Gets Better Project
Booth: 733
The It Gets Better Project is a nonprofit organization with a mission to uplift, empower, and connect LGBTQ+ youth around the globe.

IWOSC – Independent Writers of Southern California
Booth: 131
Professional development and networking organization for the Los Angeles writing community, IWOSC provides the latest information on writing, publishing, and marketing for writers in all phases of their career. Besides monthly panels and seminars, IWOSC produces webinars, satellite meetings, and networking parties. For additional information, visit


J.M. Raphaelle
Booth: 993
“The Thing about Love & The Thing About Ever After” (part of a trilogy)

Jane Austen Society of North America
Booth: 913
JASNA-SW has a diverse membership. What brings us together is our love of Jane Austen. Through local reading groups and events that are both entertaining and informative, we celebrate the work and life of Jane Austen, the world of her books, and her influence in popular culture.

Jay Paris
Booth: 042
In “Game of My Life Rams” 20 of the team’s greatest players — Youngblood, Gabriel, Mack, Dickerson, Warner, Dryer, Ferragamo, Ellard and Greene are among those sharing their favorite Rams memory. Also available, “Game of My Life Chargers” where Tomlinson, Fouts and others select their most celebrated performances.

jerry london
Booth: 838
“Jerry London has been directing television movies and series for thirty five years. Using 25 academy award winners.
350 episodes, 40 movies for tv and 11 miniseries
The new book is a great tool for film makers and many funny moments.”

Jester & Pharley Phund
Booth: 572
The nonprofit Jester & Pharley Phund boosts literacy with read-a-thons in elementary schools that bring David Saltzman’s award-winning “Jester Has Lost His Jingle” book and Jester & Pharley doll to ill children. Phund programs encourage reading, compassion and kindness among students while providing laughter and joy to hospitalized children.

John Kinross
Booth: 994

jonmarc edwards
Booth: 186
The Debriti Show! is an interactive installation that comments on and reveals the power of language. Using biodegradable and recycled material the “text dispensary” showcases various fonts, colors and formats. Visitors can make words, arrange poetry, or compose pictograms. Books, Debriti and small word sculptures will be available for purchase.

Journal of Alta California
Booth: 073
Founded by William R. Hearst III, the Journal of Alta California magazine is a celebration and examination of all things about California: lifestyle, history, people, environment, entertainment, technology, food, arts, culture, and politics. Alta is a multimedia entity: a quarterly magazine, a website, and a regular series of events.

Booth: 171
We are a religious Corporation.


K12 Inc.
Booth: 708
“K12 is America’s largest provider of online education for grades K-12.
Kindergarten through 12th grade students in California can enroll in online public schools that partner with K12. These schools are free to parents and offer K12’s award-winning curriculum and an individualized educational experience like no other. Learn more:”

KA Coaching & Consulting Services
Booth: 920
KA Coaching & Consulting Services is a boutique consulting firm that provides advice to individuals and organizations on performance improvement, goal setting, inner excellence, and organizational optimization strategy. Through root cause analysis, we identify roadblocks and devise solutions to help move beyond adversities and create success.

Kaya Press
Booth: 377
Kaya Press is an independent press dedicated to innovative Asian Pacific American and Asian diasporic literature, focusing on poetry, prose, literary recovery, performance texts, film books and more.

Booth: 110

Kinokuniya Bookstore
Booth: 084
“Please visit our Los Angeles branch, conveniently located 10 minutes away in Little Tokyo. There, you will find SoCal’s largest selection of books, stationery, animation, and film from and about Japan & Asia.”

Booth: 964

Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library
Booth: 970
Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library champions the literary, artistic and cultural contributions of the late writer, artist, teacher and Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut. The library/museum serves as a cultural and educational resource unique to the nation. It has chapters in Baltimore, New York City, and Boston.


LA libreria
Booth: 586
LA librería is a Los Angeles based bookstore that specializes in children’s books in Spanish language. Our catalog includes thousands of illustrated albums, graphic novels, poetry and comic books from independent and art house publishers in Latin America and Spain.

LA Originals / City of Los Angeles
Booth: 941

LA Parent
Booth: 501
Need help with summer camps, schools, tutors, enrichment centers, or anything related to your child’s health and education? We’re LA’s No. 1 source of reliable information. Pick up a copy of our free magazine at our booth or at 2,000 locations throughout LA, and check us out online.

Lago Design
Booth: 588
Lago Design is a design company, presenting the themes of travel and adventure in scratch-off prints and products, based on youthful sensitivity and innovative ideas. We sell coloring books, postcards and posters for both adults and children.

Larry Houston, Elliot S! Maggin & Ken Penders
Booth: 830
Established comic book professionals creating and promoting their own graphic novels and other creations, including novels and app-based creations.

Lauren Halsey
Booth: 346

Life Design with Gillian
Booth: 827

Goal Coach Rev. Gillian V. Harris who specializes in Metaphysics & Conscious Creation

Life Source Water
Booth: 949
“Solve your hard water problems. Our water filtration systems prevent scale build-up. A LifeSource whole house water system produces smooth, not slippery water. Our whole house water filters do not use salt and will not pollute fresh water resources. 100% maintenance free.”

Lil’ Libros
Booth: 509
Lil’ Libros is a publishing company of chic and modern bilingual children’s books.

Linden Publishing
Booth: 189
Linden Publishing publishes a wide array of genre fiction, as well as a variety of nonfiction books, including California history, health, and how-to books. Gallery II is the art studio of Pat Hunter and Janice Stevens. Both businesses are based in Fresno, CA.

LitFire Publishing
Booth: 169
LitFire is a publishing company focused on producing high-quality paperbacks, harcovers, and e-books that fulfill each of our customers’ book-publishing goals and needs. We care about your publishing success, so we are determined to get your book into the hands of readers everywhere.

Lois Stark, Author of The Telling Image
Booth: 192
Lois Farfel Stark is an Emmy Award-winning producer, documentary filmmaker, and author of The Telling Image: Shapes of Changing Times–A stunning synthesis of civilization’s changing mindsets, urging readers to re-envision history not as a story of kings and wars but through the lens of shape.

Los Angeles County Office of Education Head Start-State Preschool
Booth: 560
Los Angeles County Office of Education Head Start-State Preschool supports children’s social and cognitive development from birth to five years old. At no cost, enrolled children and their families receive educational, health, nutritional, disability, and other services. Visit for more information and program locations.

Los Angeles Federal Credit Union
Booth: 236
LA Federal Credit Union is a safe, secure full-service Financial Institution that offers comprehensive products and services to it’s members since 1936. Open to anyone in So Cal!

Los Angeles Public Library
Booth: 543
The award-winning Los Angeles Public Library serves the nation’s largest and most diverse urban population through its Central Library, 72 branch libraries, more than 6 million books and state-of-the-art technology, and provides free and easy access to information and the opportunity for lifelong learning.

Los Angeles Review of Books
Booth: 043
The Los Angeles Review of Books is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and disseminating rigorous, incisive, and engaging writing on every aspect of literature, culture, and the arts.

Los Angeles Romance Authors
Booth: 937
Los Angeles Romance Authors® is a chapter of Romance Writers of America®. RWA® is a nonprofit trade association whose mission is to advance the professional and common business interests of career-focused romance writers through networking and advocacy, and by increasing public awareness of the romance genre.

Los Angeles World Airports/LA International Airport
Booth: 930
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is the City of Los Angeles department that owns and operates Los Angeles International (LAX) and Van Nuys (VNY) general aviation airports. Both play an integral role in helping to meet the Southern California regional demand for passenger, cargo and general aviation service.

Lotus Era
Booth: 823
Books, Hats, Sunglasses, Reading Glasses

Loyola Marymount University
Booth: 161
Higher education

Lune Spark LLC
Booth: 519
At Lune Spark, we live to create the most original tales. We publish children’s fiction, mainstream fiction, short story books, and children’s picture books. Lune Spark is also on a mission to find talented young writers and make their unique stories available to the world.


Made in LA Writers
Booth: 835
Made in L.A. is a Los Angeles-based group of writers dedicated to the support and appreciation of independent authors. While our styles, themes, and story locales differ, our work is strongly influenced by our hometown and underpinned by the diverse culture and life found in the city of angels.

Melanie Rae
Booth: 827
Author of GUIDED Business Plan…instructions to build a better business

Metamorphosis The Butterfly Experience

Booth: 935
Author of Metamorphosis the Butterfly Experience: A Journey from Foster Care, Gangs, Drugs, High School Dropout, Teen Mother, Welfare, Homeless to USC Graduate, Social Worker Founder of The Metamorphosis Experience

Milo Ink Books
Booth: 576
MiLo Ink Books’s mission is to publish books that will excite parents and grandparents to read to their young children and inspire them to be creative and encourage them to tap into the funny bone of their imagination.

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia
Booth: 165
The Ministry of Culture is a republican body of executive power, developing the policy of the Government of Armenia in the sphere of culture. The purpose of the ministry is to maintain and replenish the cultural heritage, promotion and development of contemporary art.

Michael Molinski
Booth: 993
Historical novelist, Miskito series, Nicaragua

Mount Saint Mary’s University
Booth: 123
The MFA Creative Writing program at Mount Saint Mary’s University is a professional artist program designed for students who want to write professionally in the genres of fiction, nonfiction, playwriting, poetry, and screenwriting. Classes are held at the beautiful and historic Doheny Campus in Los Angeles.

Mr. Ruggedd Mann
Booth: 839
Mr. Ruggedd Mann TM is a health and fitness company. The Lord of Discipline is a 5 step program to eating right, exercising your mind and body together to transform you into your best possible version. We specialize in public speaking, life coaching, family fitness, and health programs for kids.

M.T.O. Shahmaghsoudi Sufism®
Booth: 918
We are proud to offer some of the best kept secrets in the publishing world. With books written by the Greatest Sufi Masters of the current era, you will find eloquent and beautiful Sufi poetry, and scientific books that push the frontiers of our scientific understanding.

Mrs. Nelsons Book Fair Company sponsored by Random House Children’s Books
Booth: 720
Penguin Random House is the international home to nearly 250 editorially and creatively independent publishing imprints. Together, our mission is to foster a universal passion for reading by partnering with authors to help create stories and communicate ideas that inform, entertain, and inspire, and to connect them with readers everywhere.

Multicultural Children’s Books
Booth: 587
Multicultural Children’s Books by Quentin Holmes
– Easy-to-read, empowering and entertaining stories for young children (3-to-6-years old)
– Picture Books & Coloring Books
– Available in hardcover, softcover, and eBook
– Author Website |
– Amazon Author Page |
– Facebook Author Page |
– YouTube |

Booth: 354
Musack’s mission is to give kids and teens a voice through music by providing guitars, drums, and other instruments – wherever the need arises. Join us at our Rock n’ Roll Carnival!

Mysterious Galaxy
Booth: 368
Mysterious Galaxy — books of Martians, Murder, Magic and Mayhem (with occasional Masks, Matchmaking, and Munchkins). A specialty genre store in Southern California sharing the magic of books of SF, Fantasy, Mystery, Suspense, and Horror. At LATFB we offer books by attending authors and staff recommendations in our genres.

Mystery Writers of America – Southern California Chapter
Booth: 376
Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery writers, professionals allied to the crime writing field, aspiring crime writers, and those who are devoted to the genre. MWA is dedicated to promoting respect for crime writing and recognition for those who write within the genre.


National Wildlife Federation
Booth: 138
Non-profit working to protect LA area mountain lions through its #SaveLACougars campaign and coexisting with wildlife programs. Featuring celebrity cougar P-22 cutout selfie stand, author of book When Mountain Lions Are Neighbors, a VR film on the mountain lions and info about gardening for wildlife with The Gottlieb Native Garden.

Native American ABC
Booth: 512
My grandson, who is 11 and 50% Native American, and I wrote this book and dedicated it to the Native American culture and the children. We wrote the book to help my grandson learn to read and also to learn about his native culture.

Nels Fredrickson
Booth: 32
Illustrated Children’s book for the inner child in all of us


New Horizon School – Los Angeles
Booth: 542
New Horizon School – Los Angeles is an Islamic Elementary School. BIAE is a publisher of Religious Studies curriculum.

New Vessel Press
Booth: 955
New Vessel Press is a publishing house specializing in the translation of literature and narrative nonfiction from around the world. Read your way around the world with New Vessel Press.

Nina Nam
Booth: 993
$80,000 Transformation Winner, Emcee for biggest fitness expo in country, Equinox group fitness instructor, author

Nite Owl Ink
Booth: 053
“We’re about creativity and quality. No flashy images or giant logos. It’s about the Art.” – Willie Watt

Booth: 143
NOT A CULT is a publishing and media platform designed to support its authors and artists in creating beautiful, finely tuned publications. The NOT A CULT group works to build points of access into literature and art through workshops, submission competitions, and events throughout the world.

Booth: 992
Novel-T creates officially-licensed baseball jersey-style literary t-shirts and totes featuring your favorite writers and characters, including Poe, Vonnegut, Shakespeare, Quixote, Austen, Gatsby, Eggers, Dickinson, Thoreau, and dozens more.


Octopus Ink Press

Booth: 511
OCTOPUS INK PRESS is committed to printing quality children’s books that appeal to readers of all ages. Our aim is to nurture the bond between parents and children while fostering love for stories. We publish books that promote values, encourage self-esteem, and that are also fun to read.

Old Men and Infidels Books
Booth: 910
OMAI represents the books published by W Clark Boutwell, Dr. Dan Chandler, political fiction and parental advise for schoolage children. The fiction titles to be presented are “Outland Exile” and “Exiles’ Escape,” and the non-fiction, “Bullying in Plain Sight.”

Once Upon A Time Bookstore
Booth: 732
The oldest children’s bookstore in the country (52 years in 2018), this neighborhood touchstone engages the reading community with the best curated titles, hand-picked greeting cards, exquisite gift items for all ages and a warm and knowledgeable staff. Author events, storytimes, book and writing clubs. Special summertime kids activities.

Other Press
Booth: 174
OTHER PRESS publishes literature from America and around the world that represents writing at its best. Our list includes everything from top shelf literary fiction to cutting-edge nonfiction, as well as a small collection of groundbreaking professional titles.

Otis College of Art and Design MFA Writing
Booth: 036
The MFA Writing program at the Otis College of Art and Design includes fiction, poetry, nonfiction, translation, and publishing.

Outskirts Press
Booth: 966
Outskirts Press, the #1 rated self-publishing company according to Top Consumer Reviews. offers full-service, high-quality, custom book publishing and marketing services. Keep 100% of your rights & royalties at Publish your passion with Outskirts Press.


Pacific University Master of Fine Arts in Writing
Booth: 882
Pacific University Master of Fine Arts in Writing program is an exceptional low-residency program in the Pacific Northwest. Each semester begins with a short residency packed with workshops, lectures, readings and more. Students return home to work one-on-one with award-winning writers who support and inspire emerging craft and voice.

{pages} a bookstore / Penguin Young Readers
Booth: 711
{pages} is the place for book lovers of all ages, where reading, meeting and discussing books is a way of life. We host many interesting author events, book clubs, and story times. {pages} has an amazing selection of books and a knowledgeable staff to help you select the perfect book.

Booth: 533
PBS SoCal is the home to PBS for Greater Los Angeles and Southern California. We provide the community with early education resources and cultural and educational experiences through partnerships, events and grassroots outreach.

Pathfinder Books
Booth: 943
Books on the history of the working-class movement. Speeches and writings by revolutionary working-class leaders. Karl Marx, Frederick Engels, V.I. Lenin, Leon Trotsky, James Cannon, Farrell Dobbs, Che Guevara, Fidel Castro, Malcolm X, Nelson Mandela, Thomas Sankara, Maurice Bishop, Jack Barnes, Mary-Alice Waters. Books in English, Spanish, French, Farsi.

Pearson-Online Learning Services
Booth: 234
USC offers a Master of Management in Library and Information Science (MMLIS) and a Graduate Certificate in Library and Information Management. Both programs transcend the scope of a traditional library science program, providing advanced management and leadership strategies.

PEN America
Booth: 235
PEN America stands at the intersection of literature and human rights to protect free expression in the United States and worldwide. Our mission is to unite writers and their allies to celebrate creative expression and defend the liberties that make it possible.

Pen & Paper Writing Workshops
Booth: 065
Pen & Paper Writing Workshops is a Los Angeles-based online creative writing school. We offer writing workshops in fiction, nonfiction, and screenwriting. We teach all levels of writing–introductory, intermediate and advanced. We also offer mini-workshops on the craft and business of being a writer.

Pennyworth Books
Booth: 988
BRAND NEW Bestsellers, all at one low price!

Peter Abaci, MD
Booth: 41
Peter Abaci, MD, the author of “Conquer Your Chronic Pain,” is the Medical Director of the Bay Area Pain and Wellness Center. His innovative strategies for integrative pain treatment have helped thousands struggling with pain. He is a regular contributor to WebMD, Huffington Post and

Phoenix Publishing & Book Promotion
Booth: 901
We are a collection of authors from Phoenix, AZ writing across all genres: memoir, thriller, WWII, pets, contemporary fiction, LGBT, and more.

PM Press
Booth: 152
PM Press publishes books and media to educate, entertain, and inspire. Politics, culture, art, history, environmental, race, gender, and social justice issues to a wide range of politically-charged fiction. We’re old enough to know what we’re doing and young enough to know what’s at stake.

Poetic Earth Handmade Journals
Booth: 151
Poetic Earth offers the Largest selection of quality handcrafted Leather bound journals, sketchbooks, vintage leather book bags that can be found in 1 place in the entire USA.Our items feature nature friendly handmade, handmade linen cotton paper of archival QUALITY that will never rot or fade. MADE IN USA.

Poetry Flash
Booth: 182
POETRY FLASH,, publishes online reviews, poems, interviews, and a literary event calendar for California, and presents a reading series, the Watershed Environmental Poetry Festival, and Northern California Book Awards..

Prospect Park Books
Booth: 103
Prospect Park Books is one of Southern California’s leading publishers of fiction, mysteries, cookbooks, regional, humor, and gift titles.


Keep checking back as we continue to add exhibitors!


Rainbows for Buckerou
Booth: 718
Children and adults alike will enjoy this story of a man, his pet, and a glimpse into the beyond. An orphan cat taken in was able to enjoy life’s simple pleasures and played a part in showing his owner one of the many forms of comfort God wonderfully gives to those who God is watching over. Too awesome of an account to keep to himself, Rick could not stop telling others of his experience. Encouraged by his friends to share his story, he enlisted help, and you are holding the results. In this true story, familiar surroundings can be transformed into glory and beauty.

Raven Crest Publishing and Production House LLC
Booth: 034
Publishing and Production House built to develop and promote stories with a redemptive theme as well as materials for programs designed to help in the redemptive work in people’s lives. Currently promoting: The Feather, book one of the Raven Crest Trilogy, and A Thousand Names, equine assisted mentorship training materials.

Read Conmigo
Booth: 518
Read Conmigo is a bilingual literacy program that provides free books and literacy resources for children in pre-K through 5th grade. The program was created by Infinity Insurance in 2010 to help bridge the gap between families and their access to bilingual resources.

Reading to Kids
Booth: 133
Reading to Kids is a grassroots organization dedicated to inspiring underserved children with a love of reading, thereby enriching their lives and opportunities for success in the future. We gather on average 810 children and 365 volunteers at reading clubs on the second Saturday of every month.

Red Barn Collections
Booth: 948
Red Barn rescues discarded books and gives them new life as journals and handbags. Every part of the book is transformed to recreate the nostalgic love of books, writing, reading and creativity.

Red Carpet Books
Booth: 875
Recent best sellers and popular authors, all gently used. Paperbacks are $5 and Hardcovers are $7. Simply the best books around – we typically sell out!

Red Hen Press
Booth: 182
Based in Pasadena, Red Hen Press is an independent literary publisher of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. We are committed to publishing works of literary excellence, supporting diversity, and promoting literacy. We seek a community of readers and writers who are actively engaged in the essential human practice known as literature.

RHINO The Poetry Forum
Booth: 147
The Poetry Forum/RHINO Poetry is a non-profit literary organization, primarily devoted to the publication of RHINO Poetry, an annual journal featuring high-quality, diverse poetry, flash fiction and translations. Our programs include the monthly RHINO Reads! reading series, the Poetry Forum workshop series, and various literary events throughout the year.

Richard Curtner Art
Booth: 149
Word Collage art created by combining hundreds of cut-outs of written text found in magazines. All the text in the art pertains to individual themes. The hundreds of cut-outs are glued together and varnished. Every minute detail is cut out with an x-acto knife.

Ricky Reader, LLC
Booth: 571
What better time to teach the value of the Human Brain than when that organ is developing? The Ricky Reader series of books engages the readers of all ages in a fun and interactive way through the adventures of Ricky and the Know Where You Are Kids!

Rolling Acorn Canyon
Booth: 553
Children’s books and tooth fairy pillows

Russell James
Booth: 076
Author selling my books published through MLG Publishing, Samhain Horror, and Severed Press.


salud con luz
Booth: 023
“Salud con Luz mission is to empower individuals and families to improve their health through positive changes in their diet and lifestyle.”

Santa Monica College
Booth: 072
Santa Monica College is #1 in transfer to UC’s and USC for over 27 years. We are also the only California Community College to publish an annual literary review to celebrate our talented students and staff. This is our 30th anniversary for the Santa Monica Review.

Scholastic Book Clubs
Booth: 564
Scholastic is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books. Through the Scholastic’s Book Clubs division children have a monthly opportunity to select their own exciting books for independent reading.

Self-Realization Fellowship
Booth: 155
Self-Realization Fellowship, founded in 1920 by Paramahansa Yogananda, is the publisher for the complete line of Yogananda’s books and recorded talks, included his classic Autobiography of a Yogi.

Shambhala Publications
Booth: 122
Shambhala Publications is dedicated to creating books, audio, and immersive courses aimed at improving lives—in ways big and small—in the hope of contributing to the development of a thoughtful, kindhearted, and contemplative society.

Shirley Rose Webb
Booth: 172
Shirley Rose Webb was born in San Jose, Costa Rica; she came to the United States at the age of eight and spoke only Spanish. Shirley began writing her memoir in 2010 on the advice of her therapist following a tragic death in the family. Through writing she learned to let go of her anger and pain and slowly returned to the things she loves doing even though her heart was broken into a million pieces.

Share International USA
Booth: 181
The books of Benjamin Creme on the emergence of the World Teacher for this age, Maitreya. 17 books on the emergence, teachings and priorities of Maitreya.

Sisters in Crime/Los Angeles
Booth: 367
Sisters in Crime/Los Angeles is a chapter of the international organization Sisters in Crime. We are authors, readers, publishers, agents, booksellers and librarians bound by our passion for the mystery genre and our support of women who write mysteries.

Skeptics Society/Skeptic Magazine/Scientific American
Booth: 911
The Skeptics Society is a nonprofit science education organization devoted to the promotion of science, reason, and critical thinking through our publication Skeptic magazine, our electronic magazine eSkeptic, and our Science Salon public dialogue series.

Booth: 953
We publish memory and imagination and we recover the forgotten past. We are a small, independent Australian publisher featuring European literature in translation. We’ve come a long way to meet you so if you are a reader, writer, translator or bookseller we’d love you to drop by and say hello.

Skylight Books
Booth: 137
Skylight Books is a general interest independent bookstore in Los Feliz, featuring great fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, graphic novels, and books on art, photography, film, theater, and music.

Small Publishers, Artists & Writers Network (SPAWN)
Booth: 184
National nonprofit literary organization that provides information, resources and opportunities for anyone involved in publishing books or freelance work, whether they are an author, freelance writer, artist or indie publishing company. SPAWN’s website offers links to research sources, publishers, printers, the media, and other sources of importance to writers.

Small World Books
Booth: 230
General literary bookstore located on Venice Beach, dedicate to the principle that the book you want is the book you should have.

Smiling Irish Press…and Friends!
Booth: 836
We represent a wide variety of authors for publicity, marketing, editorial and publishing consulting services.

Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) Los Angeles Region
Booth: 831
The SCBWI-Los Angeles chapter is proud to represent the birth place of SCBWI. Many generous, talented and visionary individuals in the field of children’s literature, education and entertainment, have resided within its boundaries over the years, and many more such individuals are still to come.

Soleil Communications, Inc.
Booth: 142
As a leader in the vacation ownership and hospitality industry, Welk Resorts is committed to innovation in guest experiences — helping to shape vacation memories. Welk Resorts operates five spectacular properties in San Diego, Palm Springs and Lake Tahoe in California, Cabo San Lucas and Branson, MO.

Stanley S. Thornton/C.R. King
Booth: 909
C. R. King, author of historical fiction and non-fiction – Stanley S. Thornton, author of fantasy and non-fiction.

Stories to Tell
Booth: 166
Stories To Tell is a publishing company for independent and self-publishing authors. We produce professional print and eBooks, including illustrated books. We provide editing, design, publishing, and marketing services, and personally guide authors through each step. Authors keep all their rights and all their book’s profits.

Stranger Comics
Booth: 829
Stranger Comics focuses on great storytelling and beautiful art, and celebrates diversity in comics and children’s books. We released comic series NIOBE: She is Life written by actress and activist Amandla Stenberg, and I AM AWESOME by Garcelle Beauvais, a follow up to her acclaimed kids book I AM MIXED.

Streetlights Publishing
Booth: 740
Come visit two exciting authors in the Young Adult world! Kirby Howell is the writing duo behind The Autumn Series, a dark apocalyptic romance set in Los Angeles. Aaron Galvin is a rascal and a conflicted Slytherin/Gryffindor. Also, he writes dark YA stories about merfolk and witchcraft.

Student Plays
Booth: 582
Student Plays has play scripts for 5th grade through college. We have comedies and dramedies, and a series of one-act high school and college dramas framed around historical characters like Lizzie Borden, John Calhoun, and D.B. Cooper. We also have Latino-themed plays and “spooky” plays.

Success Center, Inc.
Booth: 213
Success Center, Inc. helps you Come Alive and reach YOUR Highest Potential: PHYSICALLY, MENTALLY EMOTIONALLY, SPIRITUALLY & FINANCIALLY via Hypnosis Sessions, Books, and Recordings or with Business/Life Coaching.


Taiwan Tourism Bureau
Booth: 885
Taiwan – the ultimate hidden gem in Asia. You can savor the widest variety of street eats, immerse in nature’s abundance, bike through cities to the countryside, and admire the fascinating city skyline – all with one ride on the MRT Rail. Visit the fascinating island of Taiwan today!

The Athlete’s Nexus
Booth: 002
The Athlete’s Nexus is a Sports Marketing &  Business Management Solution for professional athletes. Our team brands, markets, and promotes our clients for revenue opportunities and career transition. We manage every aspect of our client’s lifestyle, so they can focus on their craft.

The Daily Zoo
Booth: 725
Come check out the whimsical animal art of Chris Ayers, author & illustrator of the Daily Zoo books. Leukemia survivor Chris has been keeping the doctor at bay with a drawing a day for over twelve years now. We also have prints, shirts, and more!

The Gestalt Effect
Booth: 842
Original fictional novels by eclectic Njedeh Anthony. The stories range through Mystery, Science Fiction, Mythology, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Futuristic Military Fiction, Epic and Mainstream Novels.

The Literacy Guild
Booth: 538
The Literacy Guild is a literacy development center that provides high quality K-12 instructional services in small group learning environments. The curriculum and instruction is built upon the core theory that human learning is complex and dynamic. Students engage in authentic literacy and publish their compositions.

The Mage’s Lantern
Booth: 187
The Mage’s Lantern is a Los Angeles-based independent publisher specializing in literature of the fantastic. We are home to Mariana Palova’s “Nation of the Beasts” series, and NILVX: A Book of Magic, a quarterly literary anthology of poetry, short fiction, artwork, and non-fiction inspired by magic(k), mysticism, and the occult.

The New Reality Foundation, Inc
Booth: 969
A graduate of Harvard Law School and USC Marshall School of Business (MBA), Mitchell is a lawyer, an author, activist, and public speaker. She is a registered attorney in the Times-UP Legal Defense Fund helping women fight back against harassment. She is the CEO/founder of The New Reality Foundation, Inc.

The OShop for the Arts ~~ OCSA & CSArts
Booth: 958
The OShop for the Arts ~~ OCSA & CSArts: handmade totes/quilts. Novelty prints always mixed with music prints to honor my mom who played piano for groups ’til 101 yrs old. Arts’ themed Ts

The TeaBook
Booth: 193
The TeaBook is a company dedicated to providing healthy, fun and artistic teas to the world. We use our Teas to try and bring people together to have a cup of Tea. We also make the worlds first book for storing your tea.

The Theosophy Company
Booth: 225
We publish the original teachings of Theosophy, as recorded in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge. Key ideas are Universal Brotherhood, Human Solidarity, Reincarnation, Karma, Spiritual Evolution. Our affiliated student group is the United Lodge of Theosophists; meetings are free and open to all.

The Whimsical World of Sheri Fink and Derek Taylor Kent
Booth: 574
Celebrate imagination and whimsical storytelling with the books of Sheri Fink and Derek Taylor Kent. We feature colorful and inspirational picture books in both English and Spanish as well as spooky and hilarious middle-grade books that will instill a love of reading in any new reader.

Theosophical University Press
Booth: 180
The publishing activity of The Theosophical Society (Pasadena), founded in 1875. Our press catalog includes the primary source literature of the modern theosophical movement, as well as more recent titles — all in print and eBook versions.

Today’s Book
Booth: 060
The latest and greatest bestsellers, all at an unbelievably low price.

TooFar Media
Booth: 952
TooFar Media’s immersive story experiences fuse fiction, music and art. The TooFar Media app, features stories by Rich Shapero, enhanced with original music and visionary art. Step into another world!

Two Lines Press
Booth: 177
Two Lines Press publishes the best international literature in the best translations.

TWO8 Company
Booth: 575
Two8 Company is dedicated to educating children through the Sue & Guinness Adventures children’s book series. Our primary goal is to engage children by teaching facts through fiction.


UCR Palm Desert – Low Residency MFA
Booth: 134
UCR’s Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing & Writing for the Performing Arts at the University of California, Riverside was founded with the simple guiding philosophy that we would provide a real world emphasis on publication and production.

Ulysses Press
Booth: 931
All books only $5, directly from Berkeley publisher, Ulysses Press. Genres include cooking, health, pop culture, crafting, beauty/fashion, humor, and more.

Unite to Light
Booth: 175
Access to clean and affordable light is critical to improving health, education and prosperity globally. We sell solar lights that are designed to help children learn to read and study after dark. For every light purchased, we give one away. Let your love of reading power learning in a child.

University of Southern California / Joint Education Project
Booth: 570
USC Joint Educational Project (JEP) is a service-learning organization housed in the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. USC ReadersPLUS, one of JEP’s signature programs serving seven schools in our neighborhood is celebrating its 20th year, funded in part by the USC Good Neighbors Campaign.

University of Hell Publishing
Booth: 146
University of Hell Press promotes artists who are creating irreverent and thought-provoking works in quiet corners of their worlds. Specializing in intimate literary arts that communicate the human experience with raw views into the everyday condition, we align with like-minded individuals who are making their mark through their unique vision.

Unnamed Press
Booth: 145
The Unnamed Press is an independent press based in Los Angeles. We publish new books from the US and around the world. Our sister press, Phoneme Media, publishes poetry and literature in translation.

Usborne Books & More
Booth: 515
Looking for engaging, educational books for young readers in your life? Usborne Books & More has a wide selection that they will eagerly trade their screen time for! From babies to teens, we have your family covered! Also offering home shows, book fairs, fundraisers, matching grants and reading incentive programs!


ValStar Publishing and Greenstar Productions
Booth: 844
Publishing house created specifically for inspired authors.All authors, book titles published, marketing tool for raising awareness, funds for charities & not for profit organizations.We are here to make it happen,make it matter.We sponsor the National Writer’s Union. Layne M. Barry, accomplished artist, twenty works to his credit. Inspired by GOLF.

Venture Capital Press
Booth: 922
Venture Capital Press is a boutique publishing house focused on providing entrepreneurs with cutting edge advice on starting, financing, and selling their businesses.

Veterans Publishing, Inc.
Booth: 052
BOOKS & CREATIONS BY VETERANS. Veterans Publishing offers a unique collection of books & products created by veterans & their families. Check out our FREE and low cost books & products. Proceeds benefit the Us4Warriors Veterans Foundation. If you’re a veteran or relative, we’ll help you sell your creations!

Vroman’s Bookstore
Booth: 117/Adult and General Books
Booth: 128/Children’s Books

Vroman’s Bookstore is Southern California’s oldest and largest independent bookstore. Founded in 1894, Vroman’s is located in Pasadena and is home to 85,000 book titles, thousands of gift items, a beloved children’s department, an international newsstand, the Vroman’s Author Walk of Fame, and over 350 events a year.


W.L. Davis/Maureen McGrath
Booth: 530
“Write-Side Productions publishes (2) books: Screenplay Companion ‘A Writer’s Workbook’ for Screenwriters • Novelist, & Playwrights’ My Allowance Book for Children.”

W. M. Raebeck
Booth: 025
Fresh, organic, homegrown books. And Festival Discount! Author W. M. Raebeck has 4 books to date—adventure, audacity, humor, romance, travel, and too much honesty. (Print & ebook.) Former resident of Venice and Santa Monica, she now lives on Kaua’i. Come say aloha and get signed books!

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
Booth: 563
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will be celebrating the Blu-ray and Digital release of Paddington 2, the best reviewed family movie ever, with booth giveaways and a chance to meet and take a photo with the star himself, Paddington.

We are all Overcomers™
Booth: 967
Historical novel Rekindled by Teresa Irizarry traces the story of what drove Roger Williams to separate church and state in what became Rhode Island. Williams’s times were as polarized as our own. With allies and influences European and Algonquian, the resulting structure became a foundation to USA’s first amendment.

Booth: 148
We sell autographed books and also general books and tapes as well as signed movie political books, music-related books, and older paper products and collectible books and paper.

Wholesome Vision Inc.
Booth: 179
We are a company publishing Buddhist books. We mainly publish translated work. The main author is the Dharma Master Venerable Xiao Pingshi.

WhyIslam (Islamic Circle of North America)
Booth: 858
The project’s foremost aim is to provide accurate information about Islam. In doing so, it hopes to dispel popular stereotypes and persistent misconceptions about Islam and Muslims. It is an outreach organization that focuses on providing free information and interfaith dialogue.

William H Miller, PhD
Booth: 903
W. HANS MILLER, PhD is a clinical psychologist in a private practice in West Los Angeles, California. For over four decades he has treated children and families with a wide variety of emotional and behavioral difficulties.

Wordsmith Productions (a D/B/A of Victor Valley Arts and Education Center)
Booth: 168
Wordsmith Productions (formerly Victor Valley Arts) is a nonprofit operating in L.A. and the Mojave High Desert. Donors help us produce artistic events, book festivals, and conduct our literacy program. Our members’ books will be available, and you’ll also have a chance to have a “Blind Date with a Book.”

Wordsmith Writing Coaches
Booth: 132
Wordsmith Writing Coaches help new authors to publish wisely, providing full-service editing and formatting. We also help undergrad and grad students excel in academic writing and complete their dissertations in style. Let us help you write better, right now!

World of the Weasel
Booth: 583
World of the Weasel presents picture books that parents and children can enjoy together! Filled with rich illustrations for younger kinds and great vocabulary words for budding readers, ONCE UPON A WEASEL and WILD WILD WEASEL are ideal for kids 4-10 and the adults who read them.

Booth: 702
We provide the inspiration, YOU provide the imagination! Our colorfully iLLUSTRATED, WORDLESS BOOKS have lines on the pages for your story. Write and publish a children’s book! Our AUTHOR’S KiTS, STORY PUZZLES, STORY MATS & STORY CARDS are fun and engaging, disguised learning products! Hear about our K-12 educational programs!

Writers Blok
Booth: 176
Writers Blok provides structure, support, and community for writers. We think writing can be lonely. We also think it doesn’t have to be.

Writer Timothy Welch
Booth: 033
The writer’s presentation and display for book of fiction called Desertion.


Keep checking back as we continue to add exhibitors!

Booth: 705 presents a self-esteem book for all children “Emotional Banking For Kids” by Yvonne Brooks and Yasmin Soferi will help empower all children of all ages to learn to be confidant and strive to their highest potentials.


Booth: 140
California, Washington, Pacific Northwest, Books. 288 Pages of Coffee Table Size Full color Professional Photography of Complete States, places to stay, National Parks, Catalina Island Fold out, Tahoe and beautiful Homes.

ZYZZYVA/Rare Bird Books
Booth: 075
ZYZZYVA is San Francisco’s acclaimed literary journal, publishing the best writers and poets from all of California and the West Coast since 1985. Rare Bird Books is a Los Angeles-based independent publisher.