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February 2023 issue preview

Long winter nights are for reading! Our February issue contains great new fiction from Sonora Jha, Tessa Bailey and Stephen Graham Jones, plus the best books for Black History Month and more.

In upcoming issues, keep an eye out for our Writers to Watch list, highlights in inspirational fiction and outstanding new memoirs.

Advance Title List

Prepare for patron requests, holds and special orders with this detailed report of every title included in the upcoming issue. 

March 2023

February 2023

Social Media Kit

Provide "shelf-talker" annotations and corresponding short links to our expert recommendations. All you have to do is copy and paste to social media!

February 2023

Promote the digital edition

If you subscribe to the digital edition of BookPage, use this monthly promotional image on your website, in your newsletters and on social media. (Link image to your dedicated landing page.) Click here to download!

BookPage Subscriber FAQ


BookPage subscriptions are billed annually.

Annual renewal invoices are emailed (or mailed) one month in advance of the first issue of the annual subscription. Payments are due within 30 days of the invoice date.

Payments can be made via check, credit card or ACH. Emailed invoices include a link to a secure payment portal for credit card payments.

More than 3,300 public libraries, independent bookstores and all Books-A-Million locations subscribe to BookPage for their customers and patrons. BookPage is available in 48 states—see the full list of locations here

BookPage is editorially independent, and we only cover books that we believe are worth a reader’s time. Our editors evaluate hundreds of titles each month across a wide range of categories and genres to ensure that every type of reader can find a book they’ll love in BookPage. Most issues also cover seasonal topics or have a particular genre focus—see our Editorial Calendar here.

Stars () indicate a book that is exceptional in its genre or category.

Print Subscriptions

Yes! You are able to adjust your subscription quantity in any increment of 50. Just contact and we’ll be glad to help you.

Your subscription quantity change will go into effect with the next available issue. If you are increasing your quantity, we will prorate the increase across the remaining months of your print subscription. If you are decreasing your quantity, we will apply a credit to your next annual renewal invoice.

Your BookPage delivery will arrive via UPS Ground within 7-10 days prior to the issue date (ex: February issue arrives late January). If you have not received the new issue by the 1st, please contact so that we can check on the shipment and resolve any problems ASAP.

BookPage subscriptions include shipping to a single location. We are not able to provide shipping to more than one location per subscription. Library systems with multiple branches receive BookPage at the main branch (or designated location) and distribute copies to branches using their interlibrary delivery system.

BookPage provides one complimentary branded, countertop display case (a $65 value) when a customer first signs up for an annual subscription. 

Additional or replacement displays are available for $65 each, including shipping. Email if interested in purchasing a display case.

Digital Subscriptions

Yes! We can add a digital subscription to an account at any time. Once the first issue of the digital subscription is determined, BookPage will invoice for the prorated amount for the months remaining in the account’s annual print subscription term. The digital + print bundle subscription will then be invoiced together at the annual renewal.

The subscribing library system provides an accurate total number of active cardholders for all participating branches and the price is based on this total ($.05 per active cardholder). 

This total (# of cardholders x $.05) plus the library system’s annual print subscription amount determines the applicable discount tier. 

The library provides a logo for the library system and not the individual branches.

BookPage provides a number of assets to assist the library or store in promoting the digital edition and engaging patrons — the subscribing library or store is ultimately responsible for taking advantage of these assets and promoting BookPage to patrons.

  • Branded landing page
  • Social media graphics
  • Marketing text
  • QR code to feature in the library, newsletters and on social media and website

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