BOOKSELLERS

If you are a bookseller who has cultivated a thriving poetry and short fiction community in your store, or a bookseller interested in increasing sales by building an active poetry and short fiction community, we would love to work with you.

 

BOOKSELLER TERMS

Discounts

 1-4 copies: 20% Discount, Nonreturnable.

 5-9 copies: 40% Discount, Nonreturnable.

10+ copies: 40% Discount, 50% returnable for credit only. (Odd numbers may round up)

Titles may be mixed.

Books can also be ordered through Ingram Books, subject to their terms.

 

Events

We offer special terms for author events, festivals, and conferences. Please call and ask for Kevin at 336-770-5353 or email Kevin Watson.

 

Shipping

The cost of shipping to bookseller is charged to the bookseller at $5.00 for the first book and $.25 for each additional book. 

 

Returns

Books must be purchased from Press 53 (please include invoice number) and must be in condition to resell. Books with bent, torn, marked pages and/or covers will not be credited. Bookseller must pay the shipping charges on returned books unless they were shipped in error by Press 53. Returned books will be credited to the booksellers account. No cash refunds.

 

Payment

NET 60. If payment is received more than 60 days from the date of the original invoice, all future orders must be prepaid.

 

*Booksellers terms are effective 7/1/2015 and are subject to change without notice. Questions? Email Kevin Watson, Publisher, or call 336-770-5353.

 

SCHOOLS

Many of our poetry and short fiction collections are used in classrooms, from high school through college. Many of our authors are available to visit classrooms, either in person or via Skype. If you would like to arrange an author visit, email Kevin Watson, Publisher, or call 336-770-5353.

 

DESK COPIES

We will be glad to provide one desk copy to any teaching professional who uses the requested title in his or her class. To request a desk copy, send an email to Kevin Watson via your school email address, stating the name of the course and approximately how many students plan to attend.