The London Book Fair is back for another instalment.

Be part of the next chapter of LBF
Join us in 2020 for the 49th edition of The London Book Fair and help to define the creative content of the future!

LBF is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across channels. We connect the world of words together in the creative capital of the world. Find your place in the UK’s largest publishing and creative community at LBF 2020.

Seeking Inspiration?

Choose from over 200 free-to-attend seminars and events in the ever-popular Insights Seminar Programme. This is a great opportunity for personal and professional development at the Fair.

Searching for Answers?

The show gives you access to 1,500 exhibitors over the three days of face-to-face business. This is the place where contacts are made and deals done.

Add a conference

Aside from the exhibition itself, LBF also has a range of high-quality conferences running throughout the week catering to everything from education, academic, rights, digital, the future of publishing and so much more. Simply add one of the conferences to your basket.

Have you gotten your ticket to London Book Fair yet?

London Book Fair

When? 10-12 March 2020.

Where? Olympia London.

…and most importantly, why?

The London Book Fair is a great opportunity for personal and professional development! Choose from over 200 free-to-attend seminars and access 1,500 exhibitors over the three days of face-to-face business. Plus, don’t miss Robin Cutler, Director of IngramSpark, and Orna Ross, ALLi Founder and Director, presenting on two panels during the show:

The Power of Indie Publishing
Wednesday, 11 March, 11:45 – 12:30
Learn more about the shift from traditional to self-publishing—and how authors can choose indie publishing as a way to better realize their creative vision.

What to Get Right Before You Self-Publish
Thursday, 12 March, 11:45 – 12:30
In this session, Robin and Orna will outline what you need to know before you self-publish.

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