2017 Exhibitors' Hall Information


Exhibitors at the 2017 South Dakota Festival of Books can sell books and other products or simply market their businesses and organizations.

The Festival annually attracts more than 8,000 writers and readers with varying interests around books and reading. As the state's premier literary event, the Festival opens the door for businesses and organizations to reach a broad audience of book lovers.

During the 2017 Festival in Deadwood, Exhibitors Hall will be open during the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 22 and all day on Saturday, Sept. 23.

All spaces in Exhibitors' Hall at the 2017 Festival of Books are currently reserved. To be placed on a waiting list or to inquire about sharing a table with another author, please contact Jennifer Widman at 605-688-5715 or jennifer@sdhumanities.org.

To receive future exhibitor information packets, please send your full name, organization name (if applicable) and mailing address to festival@sdhumanities.org.


ABOVE: Organizations and businesses fill Exhibitors Hall at the 2015 Festival of Books in Deadwood.

2017 Exhibitors

The Exhibitors' Hall is located in the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center and is open from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.


  • Kirby Anderson, Sturgis, SD
  • Terry Anderson, Spearfish, SD, tessalynnebook.com
  • Barb Evenson, Rapid City, SD
  • George Gilland & Sharon Rasmussen, The Thunder Hawk Project, Timber Lake, SD
  • Nathan D. Gjovik, Rapid City, SD
  • Dillon Haug, Spearfish, SD
  • Michelle Lamphere, Rapid City, SD
  • Bruce Roseland, Seneca, SD
  • J. E. Terrall, Books by Terrall, Custer, SD
  • Herb Williams, Redlands, CA

Booksellers and Publishers

  • Dakotafire Media & Prairiesummer Books, Frederick, SD, dakotafire.net
  • Ex Machina Publishing Company, Sioux Falls, SD, exmac.com
  • South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum Press, Brookings, SD, www.agmuseum.com
  • Usborne Books & More, Deadwood, SD


  • Dakota Women Poets
  • South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Vermillion, SD, www.sdpb.org