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2022 Annual Conference - Exhibitor and Sponsor Registration

  • 22 May 2022
  • 10:00 AM
  • 24 May 2022
  • 4:00 PM
  • Sunday River Grand Summit Hotel, Newry ME

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • - your logo in the conference schedule in our virtual conference platform (Whova)
    - access to attendees list
  • -your logo in the schedule in our virtual conference platform (Whova) and on the conference website
    -access to attendees list
    -a dressed table with two chairs and electricity
    -wireless internet access
    -Conference meals for one
  • All of the Exhibitor benefits plus:
    - half page ad in MLAtoZ, our member publication
    - name/logo recognition on signage at registration and main ballroom
  • All of the Bronze benefits plus:
    - conference meals for two
    - name/logo recognition on signage in breakout sessions
    - One personalized shout-out on MLA social media and listserv
  • All of the Silver benefits plus:
    - logo on the program cover
    - recognition from organizers at lunch
    - an email to our full membership


Please join us as an exhibitor or sponsor for our annual conference May 22nd-24th, 2022.

Exhibitor registration is open!

Keynote speaker: Deborah Caldwell-Stone

Deborah Caldwell-Stone is the Director of ALA'S Office for Intellectual Freedom and Executive Director of the Freedom to Read Foundation. For nearly two decades she has helped libraries, librarians, and trustees address a wide range of intellectual freedom issues, including the censorship of books and other library resources, library policies, and the privacy of library users' records. She advises ALA member groups on law and policy concerns and has done presentations for lawyers, trustees, and librarians addressing First Amendment and privacy law. She is a former appellate litigator.

Keynote speaker: Bill Roorbach

Bill Roorbach is the author of Lucky Turtle, newly released by Algonquin Books.  Previous fiction includes The Girl of the Lake, the Kirkus Prize finalist The Remedy for Love, the bestselling Life Among Giants, and the Flannery O’Connor Award–winning collection Big Bend. His memoir in nature, Temple Stream, won the Maine Literary Award in nonfiction and is available in a companion edition with Into Woods from Down East Books. Roorbach has received fellowships from the Civitella Ranieri Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. He held the William H. P. Jenks Chair in Contemporary American Letters at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. His craft book, Writing Life Stories, has been in print for twenty-five years. His writing has appeared in Harper’s, the New York Times Magazine, the AtlanticPloughsharesGrantaEcotoneNew York Magazine, and other publications. He lives in Farmington and Scarborough with his family.

Bill's new book, Lucky Turtle, will be available for pre-order to pick up at the conference.


Please direct all questions by email to: academic@mainelibraries.org or mainelibrary@gmail.com and we will be glad to assist you! 

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