Eroticon USA confirms conference sponsors
Posted: October 4, 2013
The organisers of Eroticon USA have announced that the conference sponsors will be DMCA Force, Circlet Press and Burning Book Press.
Ruby Kiddell (pictured), founder of the event, commented: “I’m delighted that we’ve got both established and new companies working with us on this our first event in America, it shows that no matter the size or age of your company event sponsorship can help you build your brand presence within your niche market.”
Burning Book Press, which also sponsored Eroticon 2013 in the UK, is a new epublishing house focusing on literary erotica and is already making an impact with signings including Remittance Girl, Nikki Magennis and Raziel Moore, as well as Eroticon’s own Ruby Kiddell. Circlet Press, established in 1992 has been at the forefront of progressive erotica publishing for over 20 years and was the first publisher to mix gay, straight, and lesbian erotic stories into a single book and have embraced the digital realm with ebooks, web serials, and online microfictions, in addition to traditional print. Finally DMCA Force is a company specialising in effective, comprehensive and affordable anti-piracy strategies for both individuals and companies.
Eroticon USA takes place in in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday 19th October 2013. To find out the latest news about the event follow @writesexright on Twitter and search for the hashtag #EroticonUSA. Companies wishing to discuss sponsorship opportunities should contact Ruby on firstname.lastname@example.org while delegate tickets can be purchased at www.writesexright.com