P-LA ’17 Early Bird Registration Now Open!

plav6The fourth annual PHILALALIA will take place Thursday – Saturday, September 14-16!

If you’re a small press, printmaker, book artist, zine maker or comics artist, we’d love to have you join us at the fair!

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PHILALALIA is next week!

Thursday-Saturday 9/17-19 • Noon-5pm Tyler School of Art/Temple University

  • Over 25 Small Presses, Comics Aritists, Zine Makers, Illustrators, and Book Artists selling their wares
  • Readings, Performances, Presentations, and Panels
  • Off-site readings and events

For a full schedule, click here

Early Bird Vendor Registration for PHILALALIA is now open!

Early Bird Vendor Registration for PHILALALIA is now open!

If you’re a micro or small press, an art or lit magazine/journal, a print maker, zine maker, book artist, or poetry comics artist, we’d love to have you vend at PHILALALIA, Philadelphia’s Small Press/Handmade Poetry & Book Arts Festival.

PHILALALIA 2016 will take place ThursdaySaturday, September 15-17, Noon-5pm @ Tyler School of Art/Temple University, Main Campus, North Philadelphia.

To vend, click here 


Save the Date for PHILALALIA 2016!

Philadelphia’s small press/hand made poetry and book arts fair returns, September 15-17 @ Tyler School of Art/Temple University Main Campus in North Philadelphia.

The fair will feature more than 30 small press publishers, printmakers, and comics artists, as well as a full schedule of readings, workshops, and performances. Open each day Noon-5pm.

There will also be off-site reading events at venues around the city––featuring a variety of authors from presses represented at PHILALALIA.

Vending registration will open May 1st for early-bird booking discounts.We’re really excited for this year’s PHILALALIA and we hope to see you there!

See You Next Year…

   So many thanks to everyone for making PHILALALIA 2015 so much fun! And special thanks to all the vendors and contributing artists, readers, and presenters––you all were drop-dead amazing. And thanks to all you wonderful people who came out to buy stuff and see art and listen to poetry and music. We are ever-grateful for your willingness to dive in and know the fair wouldn’t mean anything much without you there.
We’re already excited for 2016––maybe we’ll even run for president!––and we hope to see each and every one of you next year!
Until then, big Philly love from us to you!