BookMachine London – 26th July [EVENT]

BookMachine London

BookMachine London



Thursday, July 26, 2012 at 6:30 PM

Porter’s Basement Bar (The Green Man), 383 Euston Rd, NW1 3AU, London


BookMachine is back! This month the event for folks in and around the publishing industry returns to The Green Man, for another Thursday evening of drinks and mingling.

You can sign up below!

Where is it?

Porter’s Basement Bar (The Green Man)
383 Euston Rd
NW1 3AU London

Thursday, July 26, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 11:30 PM

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Who goes to BookMachine parties?

Well, a combination of people really. First of all you’ve got publishing professionals – designers, editors, publishers, marketeers, sales professionals. Then there’s book lovers and writers. And not to forget, a few app developers, games designers and publishing students.

What happens?

We’ve organised talks, gimmicks and contests in the past, but we’ve found that the best ingredients for a good party are simply a great venue, chatty people and some drinks. Don’t worry if you don’t know anyone – it’s always a friendly crowd!


You can see the list of everyone who is going before the event – there’ll be name badges (optional) and the hosts are happy to introduce you to anyone you’d like to meet. Just drop us a line beforehand and we’ll arrange it on the evening.


*Meanwhile, why not sign up for an early invite to, coming soon for the people who make publishing happen.

Selected tweets from our Oxford party in June:


“@BenSalvesen: Well done to @Charly_Ford  and @emholmes87 for a fantastic #bookmachine event in Oxford. Really enjoyed meeting like minded people.”


“@AtwoodTate: Big thanks to @EmHolmes87 @Charly_Ford @rebecsmart @LauraAustinNow for a wonderful evening yesterday (now lost my voice!) #bookmachine”


“@FeliceTherese: And now… to #bookmachine! If the trains fail me I will be explosively angry. See you all soon.”


“@Miss_PrinceyC: Off to #bookmachine in Oxford this eve. Should be a good evening!”


“@Aa_etc: Don’t worry #bookmachine I’m coming, as fast as this incredibly slow train will get me there – who really wants to stop at Twyford?? #sigh”


@canadiancat: @liz_fenwick You should have stayed for #bookmachine, Liz. Plenty of wine there ;-)”