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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Courtney White, March 7, 3pm
Age of Consequences


Lisa See, March 10, 7pm
China Dolls, new fiction in paperback

 

Hannah Nordhaus, March 12, 7pm
American Ghost, a true-life ghost story

Melanie Rubin, March 14, 3pm
What Women Really Want From Men

Julianne Newmark, March 15, 3pm
The Pluralist Imagination from East to 
West in American Literature

Stanley Crawford, March 21, 3pm
The Canyon, new fiction

Olive Balla, March 22, 3pm
An Arm and a Leg, new mystery

Stephen Ausherman, March 23, 7pm
Walking Albuquerque, touring the Duke City

Megan McKenna, March 24, 7pm
Listen Here!, on the art of listening

Kirstin Valdez Quade, March 25, 7pm
Night at the Fiestas, new fiction of the SW 

Michael Finklestein, March 26, 7pm
Slow Medicine, on healing

Rachel Brown, March 28, 10:30 am
Postcards from Copenhagan, bilingual storytime

Jason Carney, March 28, 3pm
Starve the Vulture, a memoir

Gina Marselle, March 29, 3pm
A Fire of Prayer, new poetry

William DeBuys, April 1, 7pm
The Last Unicorn, on rare species

Jim Kristofic, April 3, 7pm
The Hero Twins, a Navajo-English
story of the Monster Slayers

Amy Fusselman, April 3, 7pm
Savage Park, on play and risk-taking

 

Logan Phillips, April 4, 3pm
Sonoran Strange, new poetry

Dan Barber, April 13, 7pm
The Third Plate, the future of food

Stuart Woods, April 16, 7pm
Hot Pursuit, new Stone Barrington

Alexander McCall Smith, April 17, 7pm
Emma, A Modern Retelling
Sponsored by ABC Library
at the KiMo Theater, 423 Central

David Roberts, April 19, 3pm
The Lost World of the Old Ones

James Anderson, April 28, 7pm
The Never Open Desert Diner