Current and Upcoming Events

2020 Author’s by the Sea

TBD at Cisco Brewery, Portsmouth, NH – 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

The Authors by the Sea event is is going to be postponed until the summer/fall. We will be emailing everyone that already signed up with all of the details that they will need to save their spot or receive a refund. We also will be posting any changes to the NEAE Facebook page.

This event is free to the public.

2021 Author’s Night at the Vineyard

TBD at Zorvino Vineyards, Sandown, NH – 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

The 2020 Author’s Night at the Vineyard had to be postponed until Jan/Feb 2021. We will be posting news and updates here and on the NEAE Facebook page.

This event is free to the public.



NEAE Maine Book Fair

We are working on our first book event in the state of Maine. Maybe in the Portland area. We are hoping for this event to take place sometime in 2020 or 2021. More information coming soon. This event should be free to the public.


Events at The Museum of Printing – Haverhill, MA.

The Museum of Printing is teaming up with the New England Authors Expo to host a few events at the museum located in Haverhill, MA. The Museum of Printing is one of the finest museums in the world for the history of printing and publishing.

Please check the Museum of Printing website and the NEAE website for more information!


We are always working on creating more events. Please visit this website and our Facebook page for more information. If you have any ideas please contact us. 


Why come to these events?

by K. D. Mason

Hello fellow Author,

As I know you know, writing is a passionate pursuit. It doesn’t matter if you are writing fact or fiction or poetry, a memoir, a mystery or a romance, no matter who your audience is, from the very young to the very old, we all share that one special moment when you hold in your hand, for the very first time — your book.

Once it has become a reality, the challenge changes to how to share your passion with the world. This is difficult, more difficult than even writing and publishing your work. Unless you are really lucky and the right person, at the right time, reads your book and it ignites something in them that drives them to become your advocate, it is your job to take on that challenge.

We are not all natural salesmen. We need help. We need the opportunities to make ourselves known to a wider audience. I am writing to you about one of those opportunities. As you may or may not know, Chris Obert of Pear Tree Publishing is a person who is passionate about helping us find those opportunities. In July he hosts the New England Authors Expo, and the event has grown each year, to become one of the largest New England forums for new authors to get exposure, to network and to sell our works. Each year as it has grown and changed, it has remained true to his idea of an affordable opportunity for us. In addition to the large Expo in the summer there are smaller events that take place throughout the year.

Thank you and I hope to see you at the next event.

KD Mason


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