The big week of Digital Book World events starts on Monday (as will our coverage) -- which means you have until Sunday night to pre-enroll and avoid higher on-site prices. Our 10 percent discount on individual DBW and "total access pass" tickets is still valid, and it remains the best deal available, so use this link/code if you like to save money. We've already broken records on every front and are looking forward to a great program, an amazing roster of well over 100 speakers and moderators, and a rich crowd from across the industry and around the world (just like other trade shows, our calendar is filling with appointments and parties on top of the scheduled sessions).
Even if you don't have the time or the budget for the full roster, there are lots of ways to participate in part of next week's schedule. You can still buy separate tickets to:
- Monday's dedicated one-day Launch Kids conference, all about digital opportunities in children's publishing (with bestselling author Sarah Mlynowski just joining the program to talk about "Being a Social Writer—and How Publishers Can Help Authors Connect with Readers")
- A moderated screening of the documentary Out of Print on Monday night, to benefit the Goddard Riverside Community Center
- The new nighttime Digital Book Awards presentation on Tuesday night, hosted by LeVar Burton
Or you can sign up for individual workshops, the new Digital Design and Production event, or even the co-located BISG Making Information Pay for Higher Ed, all on Monday.