Book Business was launched as BookTech the Magazine in 1998 as the magazine for book production and manufacturing. The hugely successful publication has evolved with the changes in the book market, and has expanded its mission to have a wider appeal to all business executives at book publishing companies.


The Graphic Artists Guild promotes and protects the social, economic and professional interests of its members. It is committed to improving conditions for all graphic artists (including, but not limited to: animators, cartoonists, designers, illustrators, and digital artists) and raising standards for the entire industry. It embraces graphic artists at all skill levels.


The Literacy Assistance Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the expansion of quality literacy services in New York. We provide services for Adult students who want to find free classes in reading, writing, and speaking English or information on getting their GED; Literacy instructors who want to become more effective teachers; Program managers who want to build a stronger literacy program; Parents who want to help their children become better learners; Policymakers who need information from the literacy field to inform their decisions. All New Yorkers who want to participate in building a more vibrant, prosperous community.


The WNBA-NYC is the founding chapter of the Women’s National Book Association, which celebrated its 90th anniversary in the fall of 2007. The organization dates back to October of 1917—before the 19th amendment guaranteed women the right to vote—by bookwomen seeking common ground and mutual support. Their mission is to bring together women and men who are active in publishing, through their program of educational, social, and networking events.