Open Call – Notts Indie Print & Publishing Fair 2018

Open call for stallholders and workshops for the 2nd annual Nottingham Print & Publishing Fair (#NPPF2018) presented by Bees Make Honey and Pop Press.

Sunday 9th December 11am – 5 pm 

The Malt Cross, St James Street, Nottingham, NG1 6FG

Facebook page for the event

Deadline 15th November 2018


After the success of our first NPPF at Nottingham Writers’ Studio in September 2017, we’re back with a Christmassy edition of the event which brings together artists, writers and publishers with a love of books and ink. This year we’re collaborating with letterpress gurus Pop Press who run a fab shop two doors down from the Malt Cross. They will be hosting a letterpress workshop for the event, which will link their venue up with the basement space of the recently re-opened Malt Cross music hall, cafe bar and arts space.

pop press

Open Call for Stallholders and Contributors

Applications for stalls are available for:

Traditional and contemporary print artists (letterpress; litho; screen print; risograph, photographic techniques, paint pens etc.)

Digital print artists


Papercut artists

Zine producers

Reading and writing organisations

Small independent publishers


Writing groups

Independent magazines

Independent booksellers


Full Trestle Table: £35 (6ft x 3ft approx)

Medium Table: £25 (4ft x 2 ft approx)

Half Trestle Table: £20 (3ft x 3ft approx)

Shared Trestle Table (with 4-5 others, suitable only for e.g. self-publishers/zine makers with only a couple of titles): £12

Space to deliver workshops (lino print, screen printing, zine or book-making) from £40

Please email for an application form or further details.

Deadline 15th November 2018


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