Must-Visit Upcoming Book Events

Book events in the USA are everywhere. From how to get published to new book releases – there is an event somewhere for everyone. Not all these events may be open to the public, but many are. Some events may now be online. For more details about events and attendance requirements, visit the 10times website or specific publishing house websites.

Here are some upcoming and exciting events for 2021.

Write-to-Publish Conference

Authors who are looking to find out how to get their books published will benefit here. This conference is specifically focused on books in the Christian market. Editors, publishers, and agents will sit down with authors and explain what they need and how things work. This is definitely a great opportunity and should not be missed.

Chicago Book and Paper Fair

This is an excellent tradeshow for all booksellers in the Midwest. Look forward to antique and rare collections of First Editions. Books in a wide range of fields will be showcased. This is the place for those wanting to buy books and those wanting to sell books.

Small Press Alternative Comic Expo

It may not be Comicon, but comic book lovers will enjoy this event. The comic books found at this event is part of the small press community and owned by the creators. It is one of the most unique and longest-running comic book events in the world. Comic book lovers looking for something new to read will find great treasures here.

Mississippi Book Festival

The Mississippi Book Festival takes place in the Mississippi State Capitol. It is a fantastic event for book lovers, authors, retailers, and more. There are panel discussions, book signings, activities for kids, books on sale, and much more. It is book-lover heaven. This is a popular event, so get those tickets now.

New York Antiquarian Book Fair

The New York Antiquarian Book Fair is a beloved and very popular event. Visitors to the fair will find not only rare and extraordinary books but also rare maps, manuscripts, and art. It is an antique fair on steroids. Art and book lovers will be in seventh heaven when they visit this book fair.

Digital Book World

The Digital Book World is an event where the publishing community get together to discuss serious issues. Keynote speakers and journalists lead the event and offer invaluable information and guidance. Content creators, trade publishers, and independent publishers will find a lot of value here.

There are many more events relating to books and publishing happening across America. For more information or to buy tickets, visit the websites mentioned earlier. These events are great for staying updated with changes and developments in the industry. Anyone involved in the publishing industry should try and attend as many of these as possible.

Must-Read Hunting Books

Hunting may not be for everyone, but there are many books available on the topic. Some of the best hunters share their experiences and tips. There is a variety of books that look at hunting from different perspectives. They look at motivations, techniques, weapons, and more. Here are some must-read books about hunting.

Hunt High by Duncan Gilchrist

This book is for every hunter that wants to be a high-country hunter. For people who want to venture past the tree line, this book is a handy guide. Gilchrist has written many helpful books for hunters, but “Hunt High” may be the best. Another one of Gilchrist’s valuable works is “All About Bears”. Every hunter should read his books. It is a great read and valuable for hunting.

Just Before Dark by Jim Harrison

Jim Harrison is a well-known author from Michigan. His works include “Wolf”, “Legends of the Fall”, and “True North”. He has also been published regularly in Sports Illustrated during the 1970s. In “Just Before Dark”, Harrison compiles some of his best pieces. The pieces combine humor, depravity, and moral insight to keep the reader turning the pages.

My Life with the Eskimo by Vilhjalmur Stefansson

Stefansson lived and traveled with the Eskimos around Coronation Gulf and Victoria Island. His near-death experiences, starvation, and tales of Eskimo hunting techniques is a must-read. It is fascinating to read how the Eskimos do things and how their systems of taboo works.

The L.L. Bean Game & Fish Cookbook by Angus Cameron and Judith Jones

This is one of the older books on hunting. It was published in 1983 and is a handy guide for any hunter. Whether the hunter needs to guess the age of a wild animal or need help cooking squirrel, this book has it all. The Cookbook has been used by many hunters to guide their hunts and teach them how to cook whatever they caught.

Boone: A Biography by Robert Morgan

“Boone” was written by one of the most famous American hunters. Any hunter worth his salt will know about and study how Boone did things. He has inspired and guided many new hunters for many years. His experiences and solo hunts make for great reading.

Heart of the Hunter: Customs and Myths of the African Bushmen by Laurens van der Post

Van der Post is an Afrikaner writer who lived and traveled with the Bushmen of the African Kalahari. The Bushmen were completely in tune with their environment. Hunting was part of their religion and their survival. There are few hunters better than the Bushmen. Every hunter everywhere in the world can learn from their way of doing things.

Whether beginner or veteran, every hunter should get a hold of some or all of these books. There is always room for improvement, and these authors have the answers. Hunters who want to take their game to the next level will benefit from reading these books and incorporating new techniques.