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More than a month has passed since 20Books Vegas 2022 came to an end. The nearly two thousand authors who attended have returned home and come down from the high of participating in the biggest indie author conference in the world. But for those same attendees, the lessons and new friends that came from the weeklong event will certainly last well into the new year. 

It’s only January, but plenty of authors worldwide are already looking to the new year for how they can reproduce that high that comes from being surrounded by their peers and the best minds in the industry. To help, we’re rounding up some of the can’t-miss events already scheduled for 2023. Mark your calendars, and don’t forget to keep an eye out in the coming months for news on the next Author Tech Summit, hosted by Indie Author Magazine, and how you can sign up.

Superstars Writing Seminars:

Indie Inspiration:

20Books Spain:

  • When: April 13 and 14, 2023
  • Where: Seville, Spain
  • Registration is open now at http://20booksspain.com. Follow the 20BooksTo50K® Facebook page for more information.

20Books Holland:

London Book Fair:

Inkers Con:

Indie Unconference – Europe:

Self Publishing Show Live:

When Words Collide:

Novelists, Inc. (NINC) Conference:

Frankfurt Book Fair:

  • When: October 18–22, 2023 (The first three days are trade days, with the final two days open to public.)
  • Where: Frankfurt, Germany
  • Emphasis on traditional publishing resources and organizations
  • Registration will open this month. Find out more at https://www.buchmesse.de/en.

20Books Vegas:

  • When: November 6–10, 2023
  • Where: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Cost: $349.99 to $499.99
  • Registration will open in January 2023. Follow the 20BooksTo50K® Facebook page for more information.

Which conferences and events are you planning on attending in 2023? Are there any we missed? Let us know at Events@indieauthormagazine.com!

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Robyn Sarty

As a managing editor at Indie Author Magazine, Robyn Sarty brings over a decade of experience as an editor and proofreader. She is the author of two novels and several short stories, and manages her own publishing company. She loves helping other authors with their books and can often be found nerding out over story elements with her friends. She spent five years as a project coordinator for an international engineering firm, and now uses those skills to chase writers instead of engineers and hopes it will be good training for her first marathon. Growing up as a third culture kid, books were the one constant in her life, and as such, Robyn believes that books are portals to the magic that lies within, and authors are wielders of that magic. She also admits to being a staunch, loyal, and unabashed supporter of the Oxford comma.

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