Conference and Corporate Sales

Bookworks sells books at many outside meetings, conferences and events every year. We have a turnkey "mobile bookstore" operation that enables us to sell books at your event with only a table, a chair, and access to electricity. We handle all ordering of books (working with you and your organization to develop the booklist), transport of books to the site and sales. We are happy to donate back a percentage of proceeds to a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

Book sales add a lot to an event! Conference and meeting attendees love being able to purchase books to find out more about what they've learned at an event. We are able to order books from major national publishers, small and independent presses, and university presses for events, and create a book inventory list that is specially-tailored to your event and your attendees' interests.

We have sold at conferences and events all over the Southwest, and across the United States, including in Illinois, California, Kentucky, Louisiana and Nevada. With enough notice, we are able to ship books directly to any location and return books directly from the conference site.

If you are interested in finding out more about our conference and event sales program, or you would like Bookworks to sell books at your event, please contact our store owner Danielle at danielle@bkwrks.com, or call (505) 344-8139.




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Jeremy Tolbert, Oct. 25, 3pm
Talking with the Devil About Love, poetry

Max Evans & Robert Knott, Oct. 26, 3pm
Going Crazy with Sam Peckinpah

Gail Sheehy, Oct. 26, 3pm
Daring, at the JCC BookFest
5520 Wyoming Blvd NE

Chuck Palahniuk, Oct. 27, 7pm
Beautiful You, new fiction
University of New Mexico
Student Union Ballrooms B&C
TICKETS

Janice Wilson-Stridick, Oct. 29, 7pm
Alice Steer Wilson, on art and light

Ray John de Aragon, Oct. 30, 7pm
New Mexico Book of the Undead

Laura Kasinof, Nov. 4, 7pm
Don't be Afraid of the Bullets,on war

Tony Hoagland, Nov.  5, 7pm
Twenty Poems that Could Save America
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Valerie Plame, Nov. 6, 7pm
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Radley Balko, Nov. 6, 7pm
Rise of the Warrior Cop
South Broadway Cultural Center
ACLU/APD Forward event

Ron Pevny, Nov. 7, 7pm
Conscious Living, Conscious Aging

Gayle Lauradunn, Nov. 8, 3pm
Reaching for Air, poetry

Max Early, Nov. 8, 5pm
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Gyasi Ross, Nov. 9, 3pm
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CB McKenzie, Nov. 9, 3pm
Bad Country, Hillerman prize winner

Lois Abraham, Nov. 11, 7pm
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Heather Strang, Nov. 13 7pm
The Quest, a spiritual romance

Naomi Shihab Nye, Nov. 14, 7pm
presented by the NM Humanities Council
KiMo Theater, 421 Central Ave NW

Toby Smith, Nov. 15, 3pm
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Hollis Walker, Nov. 15, 5pm
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JM Mitchel, Nov. 16, 3pm
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Susan Croce Kelly, Nov. 18, 7pm
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Katie Singer, Nov. 20, 7pm
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Kimberley Griffiths Little, Nov. 21, 6pm
Forbidden, new romance

Don Usner, Nov. 22, 3pm
Chasing Dichos, photography

Dick Bakken, Nov. 23, 3pm
Whiskey Epiphanies, poetry

Jamie Anderson, Nov. 25, 7pm
Drive All Night, the life of a touring musician

Mark Stevens, Nov. 30, 3pm
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Renato Rosaldo, Dec. 1, 7pm
The Day of Shelly's Death, ethnographic poetry

Paul Citrin, Dec. 2, 7pm
Lights in the Forest, on Judaism

Richard Rohr, Dec. 7, 1pm
Eager to Love, on Francis of Assisi

Nasario Garcia, Dec. 7, 3pm
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