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For 100 years, Scholastic has partnered with schools to support student learning. Today, the Company is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books, a leading provider of literacy curriculum, professional services and classroom magazines, and a producer of educational and entertaining children’s media.
W. W. Norton & Company, the oldest and largest publishing house owned wholly by its employees, strives to carry out the imperative of its founder to “publish books not for a single season, but for the years” in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cookbooks, art, and many more.
The Wiley Trade Division works in partnership with global thought-leaders, educators, and professionals, to create, acquire, and develop content for consumers and professionals to help them excel in their careers, grow in knowledge, and develop their own personal and professional lives. Our authors are subject matter experts, industry leaders, and rising voices on a global scale. Our brands include, For Dummies, Sybex, Jossey-Bass, and Teach Yourself Visually.
Launched in 2007, Orbit has rapidly become one of the market-leading science fiction and fantasy imprints in the US, and the fastest growing imprint in the field. The Orbit imprint publishes across the spectrum of science fiction and fantasy – from action-packed urban fantasy to widescreen space opera; from sweeping epic adventures to near-future thrillers. Our Redhook imprint publishes commercial fiction from a variety of genres. We publish approximately 100 titles each year from both established and debut authors.
Catapult, Counterpoint Press, and Soft Skull Press is an award-winning independent publishing group, online magazine, and classes program.
Sourcebooks is a thriving entrepreneurial company that brings extraordinary authors to readers in the most dynamic, data-driven ways. They create books that transcend categories and defy odds and have been honored with hundreds of national bestsellers and awards. They are home to enthusiastic, book-loving employees who are dedicated to connecting books to readers in new and innovative ways.
Stison was founded to provide “best in breed”, affordable, browser-based solutions for the book publishing sector. The key aim of the company is to provide enterprise level software solutions to publishers of all sizes, effectively bringing solutions previously only available to larger organisations to all publishers! Since inception, Stison has focussed on providing intuitive and easy to use software. The aim is to enable publishers to implement a working system as quickly as possible.
Finding food is hardly all we do here. From the start, it’s been our sincere hope that Zingerman’s will always be a place where people will leave having had a rewarding and really positive experience. The kind of spot where folks who’ve never heard of hundred-year-old balsamic vinegar, Nashville hot (as in super-spicy) fried chicken, chess pie, rye, or handmade harissa can come and taste these things for themselves. An organization in which new staff members can relatively quickly become veritable experts. Whether it’s hot corned beef, home-cooked chicken broth, well-aged wheels of mountain Gruyere, or really good loaves of hearth-baked French mountain bread, we want to bring as much traditional food to as many people as we possibly can.
Hachette Book Group (HBG) is a leading US trade publisher and a division of the third largest trade and educational book publisher in the world, Hachette Livre. A global publishing company based in France, Hachette Livre is a subsidiary of the French media company, Lagardère. HBG is headquartered in New York City with offices in Boston MA; Lebanon IN; Nashville TN; Boulder CO; Philadelphia PA; and Berkeley CA. HBG also owns Hachette Book Group Canada, Inc., a marketing and publicity company based in Toronto.
For over 40 years, Fantagraphics has published the very best comics and graphic novels that the medium has to offer. Our mission is to celebrate great cartooning in all of its incarnations, from the form’s early luminaries to contemporary artists currently forging the future of visual storytelling. Not content to rest on our laurels and extensive roster of talented artists, we constantly seek out fresh voices from across the globe. Thus, we honor the rich history of comics while providing a platform for bold new stories, styles, and perspectives that push the boundaries of the medium. Fantagraphics remains peerless in our commitment to be the publisher of the world’s greatest cartoonists.
Diamond Book Distributors (DBD) is dedicated to making a wide selection of graphic novels and pop-culture merchandise available to bookstores, libraries, schools, and more worldwide, and is committed to helping our publishers tell their stories, grow their businesses and reach new customers.
Driven by madness and committed to quality. Mad Cave Studios, established in 2014 by Mark London, provides quality entertainment with a fresh take on an array of genres. From fantasy and action to scifi and horror, Mad Cave Studios publishes stories that resonate with unapologetic and authentic audiences.
Image Comics is a comic book and graphic novel publisher founded in 1992 by a collective of bestselling artists. Image publishes comics and graphic novels in nearly every genre, sub-genre, and style imaginable. It offers science fiction, fantasy, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, humor, and more by the finest artists and writers working in the medium today.
Anthology POS / Inventory Control system provides all the tools booksellers need to manage their inventory and sales. This includes new tools for communicating with different ecommerce solutions as needed for your business.
World-class Graphic Novels, Art Books, Periodicals, and Games.
UDON Entertainment Corporation is a Canadian studio (or “art collective”) of Asian-influenced comic book creators that provides creative services to the entertainment industry. The company is a publisher of comic books, graphic novels and art books. Erik Ko is its Chief of Operations. UDON is named after a kind of Japanese noodle.
AfterShock Comics is a creatively driven comic book publisher led by a team of highly accomplished, life-long comics professionals and entertainment specialists. AfterShock is dedicated to working with the brightest stars in the creative community to reach out to new and established audiences and tell original, uniquely compelling stories – through comics, graphic novels and beyond.
The mantra of ABLAZE is quality first, with the goals of giving creators a platform, bringing new voices into the conversation, serving as diverse an audience as possible and bringing some of the best content from all corners of the globe to readers.
Intended for a young adult audience, Manga Classics are just as likely to be enjoyed in the reader’s free time as in the classroom. The gripping and intense story and the lush artwork will place them easily alongside today’s bestselling popular manga, with strong and accurate adaptations that will please even the toughest teacher or librarian! Manga Classics are also a wonderful way for adult readers to rediscover their favorite classics, or experience them for the first time!
Founded in 2005 by Tyler and Wendy Chin-Tanner, A Wave Blue World is an independent publisher of high-quality graphic novels, anthologies, and art books, focusing on socially conscious storytelling and providing a platform for a multitude of creative voices.
IPC is an organization that aims to provide resources and education for our members, to advocate for heightened awareness of their work, and to be a bridge for our members to literary organizations and booksellers. Founded in 2018, we seek to act on behalf of independent publishers as “keepers of the torch” of American culture and to work towards greater inclusivity in partnership with the rest of the book industry.
Steerforth Press features groundbreaking & bestselling works of narrative nonfiction, investigative & literary journalism, true crime, history, and memoir. Sold & distributed by PRH along with our partner presses Archipelago, Pushkin, and Campfire
Archipelago Books is a not-for-profit literary press devoted to promoting cross-cultural exchange through innovative classic and contemporary international literature. Elsewhere Editions, the children’s imprint of Archipelago Books, is devoted to translating luminous works of children’s literature from around the world.
Founded in 1970, the Feminist Press began as a crucial publishing component of second wave feminism, reprinting feminist classics by writers such as Zora Neale Hurston and Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and providing much-needed texts for the developing field of women’s studies with books by Barbara Ehrenreich and Grace Paley. They publish feminist literature from around the world, by best-selling authors such as Shahrnush Parsipur, Ruth Kluger, and Ama Ata Aidoo; and North American writers of diverse race and class experience, such as Paule Marshall and Rahna Reiko Rizzuto. They have become the vanguard for books on contemporary feminist issues of equality and gender identity, with authors as various as Anita Hill, Justin Vivian Bond, and Ann Jones. Feminist Press publishes twelve to fifteen books a year and specializes in an array of genres including cutting-edge fiction, activist nonfiction, literature in translation, hybrid memoirs, children’s books, and more.
Soho Press is an independent book publisher. Founded in 1986, Soho publishes across its Soho Press, Soho Crime and Soho Teen lists, and is known for introducing bold literary voices, award-winning international crime fiction, and groundbreaking young adult fiction.
Haymarket Books is a radical, non-profit publisher of books on a wide array of social justice themes. We aim to connect activists, critical scholars, and general readers with the ideas they’ll need in their struggles for a better world.
Verso Books is the largest independent, radical publishing house in the English-speaking world, publishing over one hundred books a year. Verso publishes across a wide range of subject areas including politics, world history and philosophy, economics and sociology, ecology and climate change, race, gender and feminism, art and culture. In 2019 Verso Fiction was launched, publishing uncompromisingly intelligent and beautiful books with an international focus.
AK Press is unique in the publishing world. We are a worker-run collective: everyone is paid equally and has equal say in running the business, from what we publish to how we structure our labor to the direction our company takes. We have no bosses and no one is an underling. We publish about twenty books per year that reflect this deep commitment to radical equality and democracy. The titles we put out—predominantly nonfiction but with a growing list of fiction and children’s books—are decidedly on the progressive end of the political spectrum, including some number of anarchist titles every season. We are book lovers who believe in the power of the written word to make the world a better place. We seek to supply useful ideas and inspiring visions to as many people as possible, providing them with the tools they need to understand our world and to build the social movements that will create a new, more just, and more equitable one.
Seven Stories Press is an independent book publisher of postcards from the deep in the form of American fiction, history, political philosophy, pathways to activism, poetry collections, literature in translation, writing guides, and graphic novels by established writers and new voices. Triangle Square Books for Young Readers focuses on works of the radical imagination for kids of all ages. The list includes bestselling board books and picture books, award- winning middle-grade fiction and histories, and cutting edge books for young adults.
America’s first graphic novel publishing co., a leading indie lit publisher with prominent US and European authors such as Ted Rall, Lewis Trondheim and Kerascoet. Sister co. Papercutz publishes many bestselling series for the middle grades.
The New Press is an independent, not-for-profit publisher of books to build social change, by authors and activists in criminal justice reform, progressive education, labor and environmental movements, marginalized histories and more.
Europa Editions is an independent publisher of quality literary fiction, mysteries, non-fiction, and YA. Europa is a leader in translated literature. The company publishes authors from more than thirty countries, including the bestselling authors Elena Ferrante and Muriel Barbery.
An independent literary publisher, Grove Atlantic publishes an array of literary titles including: fiction, historical and narrative non-fiction, poetry, drama, and domestic and international mysteries and thrillers.
A Public Space is an independent nonprofit publisher of an eponymous award-winning literary, arts, and culture magazine, and A Public Space Books.
Other Press is an independent publisher of the best of literature from America and around the world.
Transit Books is a nonprofit publisher of international and American literature, based in Oakland, California. Founded in 2015, Transit Books is committed to the discovery and promotion of enduring works that carry readers across borders and communities.
Agate Publishing is an independent publisher of books by Midwestern authors; books on food, cooking, and nutrition; books by Black American writers; and books on business, coaching & leadership.
Coach House Books is a collaborative operation involving our regular staff and an ever-changing number of people from the writing, artistic and publishing communities.
Greystone Books is a trade book publisher that focuses on high-quality non-fiction books that appeal to regional, national, and international readers.
In June of 2021, Independent Publishers Group (IPG) will celebrate its 50th anniversary. As the original North American distributor, IPG was founded specifically to represent titles from independent publishers to the book trade. IPG remains committed to reimagining distribution, and has grown to represent a global range of publishers and books in print, e-book, and audio format in all categories
Interlude Press is a boutique publisher of award winning and bestselling LGBTQ+ fiction. Together with our young adult imprint, Duet Books, our current publication catalog features nearly novels, novellas, and works of short form fiction.
The Secret Mountain is a Montreal-based publisher dedicated to the creation of innovative, award-winning content for children. We create beautiful picture book-CDs, apps and e-books featuring the best in world, folk, jazz, rock and classical music, in English, French, and Spanish.
The Collective Book Studio® is a full-service, partnership publisher. We work with authors to produce and distribute high-quality books in the food and lifestyle, gift, and children’s genres.
Triumph Books is the leader in sports publishing. We publish a wide range of titles, from biographies, memoirs, and reference books to “instant” collectible keepsakes that celebrate national championships, video games, and entertainment titles.
Chicago Review Press is a socially-responsible independent publisher that gives voice to new ideas that reach beyond the trends. We publish general nonfiction on a wide range of subjects including history, biography, memoir, music, film, pop culture, and true crime, as well as award-winning lines of children’s nonfiction books and young adult biographies.
Red Wheel/Weiser, LLC is a well-established independent publisher specializing in “Books to Live By”. Our books serve to expand the mind, heal the body, and nurture the spirit. RWW is also the full-service distributor for select independent publishers.
Since 1998, Foreword has been celebrating independently published books through our award-winning trade review journal, an awards program, at international rights fairs, as well as online and social media platforms. Recognized by booksellers, librarians, and rights agents for honest curation of books in all genres, we assist them with easy purchase access for these titles via syndication Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Bowkers, Ebsco, Cengage and more.
Gibbs Smith Publisher creates books that enrich and inspire the world. Children’s, Cookbooks, Home & Design, and Inspirational books. Our sidelines rage from gifts for every booklover to artisan goods that are fun and quirky.
Chronicle Books is an independent publisher based in San Francisco that has been making things since the Summer of Love. They are inspired by the enduring magic of books, and by sparking the passions of others. They believe in partnering with artists, writers, and organizations that represent the diversity of our world, and are committed to an inclusive company culture that respects and uplifts people of diverse backgrounds and points of view. The Chronicle Books brand umbrella is also composed of a vast, unique range of publishing partners, including Chronicle Chroma, Chronicle Prism, Petit Collage, Ridley’s, Games Room, Galison/Mudpuppy/Christian Lacroix, Brass Monkey. Princeton Architectural Press, Levine Querido, Laurence King, BIS Publishers, Hardie Grant, Quadrille, Twirl, Creative Company, Black Rabbit, and Amicus Ink.
Moleskine is a cultural brand that encompasses a family of objects dedicated to self-expression, creativity, and knowledge. Versatile tools for both everyday and extraordinary journeys: notebooks, journals, smart pens, apps, planners, reading accessories and books, which complement each other in form and function, becoming an integral part of our personalities.
Island Press began with a simple idea: knowledge is power—the power to imagine a better future and find ways for getting us there.
Founded in 1984, Island Press’ mission is to provide the best ideas and information to those seeking to understand and protect the environment and create solutions to its complex problems.
We elevate voices of change, shine a spotlight on crucial issues, and focus attention on sustainable solutions.
Disney Publishing Worldwide (DPW) is the world’s largest publisher of children’s books, magazines, and apps, igniting imagination through storytelling in ever-inventive ways. DPW creates and publishes books and magazines both vertically in-house and through an extensive worldwide licensing structure.
The National Geographic Society uses the power of science, exploration, education and storytelling to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world.
Scribe Publishing Company is a traditional, award-winning small press founded in 2011 with national distribution by IPG. We have an office in Pontiac, Michigan.
The Quarto Group creates a wide variety of books and intellectual property products for global distribution, with a mission to inspire life’s experiences. Produced in many formats for adults, children and the whole family, their products are visually appealing, information rich and stimulating.
Pathway Book Service offers full distribution and fulfillment services. We make sure your titles are available through the major wholesalers, making sure your books are where they need to be when a bookstore or individual wants to buy them!
National Book Network, Rowman & Littlefield, and Globe Pequot are all divisions of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, one of the largest independent publishers in North America. Focusing primarily on non-fiction, we publish and distribute many genres across multiple imprints. NBN services approximately 90 publishers, Globe Pequot publishes under 14 imprints and R&L is a preeminent publisher of critically acclaimed general interest and scholarly books in the social sciences and humanities.
Beaming Books and Broadleaf Books are imprints of 1517 Media. Beaming Books publishes children’s books that help kids thrive emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Broadleaf Books publishes books for general readers that nourish souls, ignite minds, and promote the common good.
As the nation’s leading publisher of books of local history and local interest, Arcadia’s mission is to connect people with their past, with their communities and with one another. Arcadia is the home of unique hyper-local histories of countless hometowns across all fifty states, as well as books on local food, beer and wine; and stories of famous hauntings, all one American city and town at a time. Arcadia has an extraordinary catalog of 17,000 local titles and publishes 500 new books each year. Arcadia recently acquired Pelican Publishing, a 100-year old independent press based in New Orleans, and the critically acclaimed Wildsam Publishing, publisher of highly curated travel literature and guides.
Founded in 1900, the American Booksellers Association is a national not-for-profit trade organization that works to help independently owned bookstores grow and succeed. ABA’s core members are key participants in their communities’ local economy and culture, and to assist them ABA provides education, information dissemination, business products, and services; creates relevant programs; and engages in public policy, industry, and local first advocacy. A volunteer board of 13 booksellers governs the Association. ABA is headquartered in White Plains, NY.
Macmillan is a global trade publishing company operating in over 70 countries, with imprints in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, and India. Macmillan is a division of the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group, a large family-owned media company headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. Macmillan Publishers operates eight publishing divisions in the US: Celadon Books; Farrar, Straus and Giroux; Flatiron Books; Henry Holt and Company; Macmillan Audio; Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group; St. Martin’s Publishing Group; and Tor/Forge.
Binc is a nonprofit that coordinates charitable programs to strengthen the bookselling community. Our core program provides assistance to employees and shop owners who have a demonstrated financial need arising from severe hardship and/or emergency circumstances. Since its inception, the organization has provided over $9 million in financial assistance and scholarships to more than 9000+ families. Support for the Foundation’s programs and services comes from all sectors of the book and comic industries. Our mission is to strengthen the bookselling and comic retail community through charitable programs that support employees and their families. The Foundation was imagined and built by booksellers and proudly continues to be their safety net. It is our vision to be a caring community of book and comic people.
The mission of the Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association is to support and promote independent bookstores in our region, raise awareness of the value of locally owned businesses in our communities, and celebrate literary culture and an open exchange of ideas as crucial to a free society.
We are a non-profit professional association of bookstores, booksellers, authors, and industry professionals. The Association began over fifty years ago in Denver, Colorado, and has grown to represent hundreds of bookstores across thirteen western and mid-western states.
Established in 1981, the California Independent Booksellers Alliance (CALIBA) is a mutual benefit 501c(6) non-profit corporation dedicated to supporting, nurturing, and promoting independent retail bookselling in California. We are led by a 15-person Board of Directors that includes four officers and three associate representatives from the publishing community and one representative from the California Children’s Booksellers Alliance (CCBA). Officers and Board Members serve three-year terms, with elections held each spring.
We’re a regional trade association of locally-owned, independent booksellers, and the authors and publishers who enjoy working with them and promoting their books through the independent bookstore. We provide the community, education, awareness, and tools for independent bookstores to succeed. Our region covers New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, northern Virginia, and West Virginia.
SIBA is a trade association representing independent bookstores and booksellers in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia and Mississippi.
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., is an innovative and forward-thinking publishing company committed to creating books that inspire and entertain. Their varied books come from a variety of imprints led by dedicated editorial and creative design teams that bring great ideas and stories to readers of every age. From educational resources, children’s picture books, puzzles and games, body/mind/spirit, crafts, cookbooks, self-help, music, non-fiction, parenting, classics and more, Sterling’s list offers something for everyone.
Serving independent booksellers since 1973, NEIBA has over 250 members representing more than 160 bookstores. We promote independent bookselling in the six New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont) and New York through an annual Fall Conference, educational programming, publications, resources, and promotional programs.
We are a nonprofit trade association that supports and celebrates locally owned and operated independent bookstores and booksellers throughout a 9+ state portion of the Midwest (Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula). We work directly with booksellers and the people who do business with them: publishers, wholesalers, distributors, sales reps, and others allied to the book industry.
The mission of the Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association is to improve the effectiveness of booksellers, forge partnerships among members in all aspects of the bookselling industry and promote the Great Lakes region as a vital marketplace, as well as to promote literacy and free speech across our region. GLIBA consists of over 200 independent bookstores in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin.
The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association is a nonprofit trade association representing the interests of literacy, free speech and independent bookselling in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Our members include: owners and managers of independent and chain bookstores; publishers; publishers’ sales representatives; distributors; authors; publicists; librarians; book reviewers; producers of sideline items; and other friends of the trade are represented as associate (non-voting) members.
Get the cover you want – overnight at a fixed price. The book is finished – now it’s all about the packaging: the right cover has to be made. With us you can buy high quality covers from industry experts with know-how – online just one click to the cover. Browse through our daily growing selection and save the favourite artwork for your book immediately – exclusively for all types of editions and for advertising purposes.
Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534 and is part of the University of Cambridge. Their mission is to unlock people’s potential with the best learning and research solutions by combining state-of-the-art content with the highest standards of scholarship, writing and production.
University of Toronto Press (UTP) has published landmark scholarship since 1901. One of the largest university presses in North America, UTP releases over 200 new books each year and maintains a backlist of over 3,500 titles in print.
For over 50 years, Tyndale has proved a faithful guide—helping readers discover the life-giving truths of the Bible. Along with Bibles, we offer a wide range of nonfiction books—insight to renew the spirit while tackling life at street level. We publish children’s products to engage and enrich the next generation. We publish fiction from fresh, new voices and celebrated authors alike—capturing the imagination of millions of fans. Today, we’re one of the largest independently owned Christian publishers in the world.
Shambhala Publications is dedicated to creating books, audio, and immersive courses aimed at improving lives—in ways big and small—in the hope of contributing to the development of a thoughtful, kindhearted, and contemplative society.
They offer titles from a wide range of spiritual traditions, as well as general books on health, wellness, yoga, psychology, emotional well-being, and mindfulness. Their imprint Roost Books publishes books on cooking, creativity, family, and nature, and Bala Kids offers books for children of all ages on Buddhism, meditation, yoga, mindfulness, and more.
Book Industry Communication (BIC), BookNet Canada, and the Book Industry Study Group have formed an international Green Book Supply Chain Alliance, dedicated to working on appropriate elements of greening the global book industry. The alliance is organized to promote information sharing, joint planning, environmental events, and other supply chain initiatives that can be shared or adopted across territories.
Aconyte Books is the publishing arm of Asmodee Entertainment, a platform of global games publisher and distributor Asmodee. Its mission is to extend Asmodee’s intellectual properties into novels and comics, TV/film, location-based entertainment, and consumer products, working closely with Asmodee Boardgames and Asmodee Digital. As well as novels from the many worlds of Asmodee’s games, Aconyte is also extending its catalog with key partnerships, including multiple ranges of novels set in the rich worlds of Ubisoft’s computer games and Marvel comics.
New Society Publishers has been a leader in sustainable publishing for over 40 years. They are an activist, solutions-oriented publisher focused on bringing you tools for a world of change.
Gardners has grown to become the largest wholesaler of English language books in the UK and Europe. We offer the most extensive range of physical English language books and media products in Europe.
The Bookstore Training Group of Paz & Associates offers training and consulting services to independent booksellers world-wide with a focus on helping create sustainable businesses.
Springer Nature is a leading research, educational and professional publisher, providing quality content to our communities through a range of innovative platforms, products and services. Every day, around the globe, our imprints, books, journals and resources reach millions of people – helping researchers, students, teachers and professionals to discover, learn and achieve more. Through our family of brands, we aim to serve and support the research, education and professional communities by putting them at the heart of all we do, delivering the highest possible standards in content and technology, and helping shape the future of publishing for their benefit and for society overall.
Established in 1944, the University of South Carolina Press is one of the oldest and most distinguished publishing houses in the South. With more than 1,300 books available in print and digital formats, and publishing approximately forty new books annually, UofSC Press serves the state and the University of South Carolina. Our publications educate, inform, entertain, and inspire while advancing knowledge. In helping the University fulfill its mission of research, teaching, and outreach, UofSC Press publishes a wide range of critically acclaimed works in the following subjects: Southern History, African American Studies, Civil Rights, and South Carolina. In addition, UofSC Press publishes scholarly works in Literary Studies and Rhetoric/Communication. Our editorial profile—the subject matter of our books—aligns with several of the institutional strengths of the University and underscores UofSC Press’s mission to serve teachers, learners, and readers in the state, the academy, and the broader culture in North America and around the globe. All our publications go through a rigorous peer-review process, and all must be approved prior to publication by our Press Committee. UofSC Press’s signature publications include South Carolina: A History, by UofSC historian Walter Edgar; Gullah Images by South Carolina artist Jonathan Green; Blessed Experiences: Genuinely Southern, Proudly Black by South Carolina Congressman James E. Clyburn; and Working South by Charleston artist Mary Whyte.
Johns Hopkins University Press publishes critically acclaimed titles in health & wellness, science, public health, higher education, history, humanities, and classics. Our books are evidence-based and peer reviewed, including the best-selling title on dementia and Alzheimer’s, The 36-Hour Day, soon to be in its 7th edition. JHUP publishes 150 new books each year and maintains a critically acclaimed backlist of over 3,000 titles.
Founded in 1961 by Robert Laxalt, the University of Nevada Press publishes high-quality, deserving works that advance scholarly research, contribute to the understanding and appreciation of regional history and culture, and reach a wide range of academic and general readers. We publish in a wide range of disciplines, including fiction, memoir, environmental studies, Basque studies, Native American studies, public health, mining, urban studies, and gambling and gambling studies.
We connect readers to book clubs in their area and beyond based on common reading habits and goals. Book clubs enjoy their own page where they can create member polls, engage in a member discussion forum, keep book lists and so much more. Book clubs link to their favorite local indie bookstore, which will then have a presence on their book club page offering suggestions for books, events, store amenities, and other store features. Most importantly, buy buttons on all book clubs’ books will link back to the indie book store. Each bookstore also has its own page where it can add more book and event recommendations as well as a list of all book clubs affiliated with them. This is a simple and convenient way for bookstores to manage their book club affiliates and store book clubs. This a free service for all users and bookstores.
Second Story Press has been publishing feminist-inspired books for kids, teens, and adults for over 30 years. Our list includes many award-winning titles, and reflects our emphasis on diversity, social justice, and children’s empowerment.
Established in 1987, Interlink Publishing is a Massachusetts-based independent publishing house that offers a global, cosmopolitan perspective. Our list is devoted to works of literature, history, contemporary politics, art, cultural guides, international cuisine, and illustrated children’s books from around the world.
Crabtree is a publisher of high-quality children’s preK to 9 library books and home to acclaimed author Bobbie Kalman. Our exciting 2021 Spring line includes titles in science, social studies, health and guidance, and math. Extensive resources for reading include early readers, hi/lo books, graphic novels, Spanish and Bilingual editions, and ebooks. Two NEW Early Reading Imprints – Crabtree Roots and Crabtree Seedlings feature fiction and nonfiction books for PreK-2 and are available in print and ebook formats and are featured in English, Spanish, French and select titles in Haitian-Creole!
Guilford Press is a leading publisher of psychology, education, parenting, and wellness titles. All our books are written by clinicians and researchers, and we pride ourselves on publishing top quality information that is evidence-based and hype-free.
Starting in 2010 as a handful of colleagues talking shop in the backroom of a bar, BookMachine is now THE community for experienced book publishing professionals. BookMachine provides thousands of individuals globally with knowledge, ideas and connections that enable them to progress in their careers. Members can watch regular expert interviews, attend monthly online events and training courses, and be part of a wider-industry discussion. The team are now based in incubation at Ravensbourne, a digital media and design university in London.
Pluto Press is an independent publisher of radical, left‐wing non¬‐fiction books. Established in 1969, we are one of the oldest radical publishing houses. Though our collective outlook has developed over time, we proudly identify as anti-capitalist, internationalist and politically independent. Our focus remains making timely interventions in contemporary struggles.
Oneworld was founded in 1986 by Juliet Mabey and Novin Doostdar as an independent publishing house focusing on stimulating non-fiction. Now publishing over 100 books a year, including award winning fiction, Oneworld produces books that are read by the intellectually curious all over the world.
Mims House is a U.S. children’s book publisher based in Arkansas. Our award-winning stories include contemporary fiction, fantasy middle grade novels and nonfiction picture books. Common themes include troubled families, a healthy environment, and teaching kids how to write.
We Are An Independent Publisher That Helps Insightful Experts Publish Brilliant and Beautiful Business Books.
Penn State University Press publishes high-quality books, journals, and graphic novels of interest to scholars and general readers, with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. Learn more and explore our books and journals online at psupress.org.
Established in 1907, Fordham Press publishes 70 books annually. The Press is recognized as a leading publisher in the humanities and social sciences as well as books focused on greater New York under our Empire State Editions and New York ReLIt imprints.
By publishing serious works that contribute to a global understanding of human affairs, Yale University Press aids in the discovery and dissemination of light and truth, lux et veritas, which is a central purpose of Yale University.
Libro.fm enables customers and businesses to directly support local bookstores with their audiobook purchases. By choosing Libro.fm over other audiobook providers, customers support a local bookstore of their choice—and invest in their local community as profits are split with bookstore partners. Libro.fm offers over 200,000 audiobooks which includes expert bookseller recommendations for thousands of audiobooks
Unhooked Books publishes books on high conflict people, personality disorders, parenting, divorce & co-parenting, wellness, dating, serial killers, mediation, trauma and workplace disputes.
Albert Whitman was founded more than a century ago, with a simple goal: make good books that kids want to read. Today, they continue this tradition, guided by a deeper mission to create stories that also educate and empower children.
Wisdom House Books is a Publishing BoutiqueTM, offering all the advantages of alternative publishing while maintaining a standard of the highest quality production and design. Their mission is to produce quality books that make a positive difference in the world.
Honest History is a place for kids to explore the past and re-discover stories of people, just like us, who changed the world. In our experience, history contains answers and also sparks new questions — our goal is to bring true tales from around the world into the imagination of children (and their parents, too). We value research, journalistic integrity and accuracy above hyperbole. Truthfully, we believe that history contains stories with facts greater than any work of fiction. Our aim is to encourage children to conduct their own research and uncover stories of their own, supported by data and accompanied by a sense of adventure. Design plays a large role in our magazine and we set out to source the most talented illustrators to design each issue as something to collect and cherish. Finally, we believe in sustainable commerce and education, starting with green printing and leading to partnerships with schools and educational brands. We’re excited you’ve joined us on this adventure and, as always, happy reading.
A publisher of fiction and nonfiction in several imprints. For adults: New York Review Books; NYRB Classics; NYRB Poets; and New York Review Comics. For children: The New York Review Children’s Collection for younger kids and NYRB Kids for ages 8 and up.
The University of Calgary Press publishes peer-reviewed scholarly books that connect local experience to the global community, helping to create a deeper understanding of human dynamics in a changing world.
Teen/Young Adult Contemporary Romance Suspense Author. Dog Girl is the story of a teen girl who wants to save the world and ends up saving herself in the process. For fans of What to Say Next, Hot Dog Girl, Fangirl or the television show Pit Bulls & Parolees.
Making Global Sense tells why more than a billion of us on earth are building the “global sense movement.” We’re generating the critical mass for awakening humanity into a common-sense awareness of our sacred global oneness. A global sensibility equalizes and liberates all races, genders, ages, and abilities for ample abundance and more real democracy. We let go of our ancient desire to worship kings or to be the king.
The real-life story of a relationship in the author’s past told in verse and short prose pieces. Relatable and honest, with Tank’s signature mix of whimsy and realness, Vulnerable AF is about the difference between love and infatuation, the danger and confusion of losing yourself in the idea of someone else, and coming out on the other side of heartbreak with your sense of self-worth—and your sense of humor—stronger for it.
In Sticks and Stones, DeVries paints a poetic picture of rising above toxicity, love found and love lost, and delves into what it means to find strength in the human spirit. Through poetry, the reader finds a voice of strength and the rebuilding of one’s heart a home with all the sticks and stones thrown upon it.
Providing a venue for a voice for authors and artists to explore the mystery of life. Adding color and perspective into our world is needed now more than ever.