Please fill out the exhibitors package linked above and send it back to info@wordvancouver.ca. Then pay your exhibitor fees by cheque or cash (more info in the package).

By participating in Word Vancouver, you’ll connect with the people who matter most to you: those who love to read, buy books and magazines, and care about literacy in Canada.

Exhibitors will be located on Library Square, Homer Street, and inside the library. Homer Street will be closed to all traffic. As an exhibitor, you get a free listing with a 15-word blurb in the official Program Guide. For additional exposure you may purchase advertising space in the Program Guide.

These are our list of current Exhibitors for the 25th Anniversary in September 2019. We are updating this all the time. Check back to see who else is coming.

We look forward to having you join us too! See our options above or email us at info@wordvancouver.ca

  • All Lit Up.ca/Literary Press Group: AllLitUp.ca, a project of the Literary Press Group, is a place for readers to discover, buy, and collect Canadian Literature published by Canadian Publishers.

  • Anvil Press: Anvil Press publishes contemporary Canadian Literature with a distinctly urban twist.

  • Asian Canadian Writers Workshop: The ACWW is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to organize, sponsor, stage and otherwise promote cultural arts activities and events including festivals, presentations, demonstrations, exhibits, workshops and seminars involving Pacific Rim Asian Canadian literary arts, themes and interests conducted in the English language;

  • The Association of Book Publishers of BC/Read Local BC is your number one source for BC books with the latest news, bestseller list, recommended reads, and interviews.

  • Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education and Research Institute: Bnei Baruch is the largest group of Kabbalist in Israel and around the world sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah. 

  • Canadian Authors - Metro Vancouver: “Writers helping writers”, we offer resources and opportunity for beginning, aspiring, and professional writers.

  • The Capilano Review: The Capilano Review (TCR) is a Canadian tri-annual literary magazine located and published in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

  • Career and Professional Programs, SFU: Thanks to the variety of media people use to communicate, professional opportunities in communications and marketing have never been so diverse. We offer over 100 courses to help you build a successful career in this growing field.

  • Creative Writing Program, SFU Continuing Studies: The Creative Writing Program, SFU, is home of the Writer's Studio, where writers receive formal training and mentorship in a supportive community.

  • Crime Writers of Canada: The write kind of crime since 1982 and Presenter of the Arthur Ellis Awards.

  • Harbour Publishing/Douglas & McIntyre/Nightwood Editions: Award-winning publishers of quality non-fiction, literary and children’s titles.

  • ICNA Canada: Learn about each other, build a better understanding.

  • Italian Cultural Centre: The Italian Cultural Centre is Vancouver's premiere destination for arts and culture serving the Italian Canadian community and beyond.

  • Magazine Association of BC: Discover a wide variety of magazines published in BC!

  • Orca Book Publishers: Canadian children's book publisher of award-winning, bestselling books in a number of genres.

  • Pandora’s Collective: A registered charity, dedicated to promoting the literary arts as a healthy tool for self-expression.

  • Poetic Justice/Poetry New West: A poetry reading series that showcases emerging and established poets.

  • Poets Corner: Poets Corner is a friendly and welcoming reading series where both emerging and established poets can showcase their work.

  • Ronsdale Press: Ronsdale is a literary press based in Vancouver, publishing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and children's/YA titles.

  • Speech and Hearing BC: Speech and Hearing BC shares information on speech, hearing and swallowing with public and represents over 1300 speech, language, swallowing and hearing professionals.

  • SPiEL: SPiEL is a reading event for people who don't usually like reading events. Storytelling on the fly. With beer. New secret venue every time.

  • subTerrain Magazine: subTerrain Magazine has been a source of Strong Words for a Polite Nation since 1988.

  • Surrey International Writers Conference: Registration opens June 5th - Join us this October! More information at SIWC.ca

  • UBC Faculty of Education: The UBC Faculty of Education is one of the leading faculties of education in the world.

  • Wilderness Committee: People-powered wilderness preservation for a wild future. Free educational reports and campaign action opportunities.

  • The Writers' Union of Canada: The national organization of professionally published authors.