Beaufort Books is an independent publisher based in New York City. Beaufort publishes a mix of non-fiction and fiction titles, with about 15–20 new titles each year. Beaufort has published four New York Times bestsellers since 2007: If I Did It by the Goldman Family, Hide!!! by Jeff Foxworthy, The Comeback by Consumer Electronics Association President Gary Shapiro, and One Nation Under Taught by Dr. Vince M. Bertram.
Blair is a nonprofit based Durham, NC. which publishes 10-12 books per year - fi0 5ction, nonfiction, and some poetry – focused on authors and subjects historically neglected by mainstream publishers, including authors of color, authors with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ authors. True to their North Carolina roots, Blair looks to the many voices of the South—and beyond—as sources of work and inspiration. Blair is distributed worldwide by Consortium, part of Ingram.
Narrative non-fiction, military, sports, celebrity memoir, thrillers, mysteries, historical fiction, romance, music, style, business, home improvement, cookbooks, self-help, science, and theater. The agency’s Antenna Books is a digital imprint for books that would otherwise fall through the cracks at big print publishers: new voices in fiction and nonfiction, and old voices too - books that have gone out of print but still deserve to be read (or were available in print but unavailable in eBook editions).
Antenna Books is a digital imprint for books that would otherwise fall through the cracks at big print publishers: new voices in fiction and nonfiction, and old voices too - books that have gone out of print but still deserve to be read (or were available in print but unavailable in eBook editions).
Dover publishes an extensive collection of mathematical, scientific, and engineering texts, craft books, coloring books, activity books for children, and books on self-development
E.J. McCarthy Literary Agency
The E. J. McCarthy Agency represents military history, politics, history, biography, memoir, media, public policy, sports, and other nonfiction; authors have appeared on The New York Times Bestseller List and received many distinguished literary awards. They have placed books with S&S, Knopf, Random House, Penguin, St. Martin's, Macmillan, Ballantine, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Presidio, Pocket, Bantam, Wiley, Berkley, and many others.
Entrepreneur Press books focus on helping the entrepreneur achieve success both in business and in life: whether starting up a business, seeking or changing a career, leading people, or running established companies. New imprint! Entrepreneur Kids business—not just for grownups
New imprint! Entrepreneur Kids business—not just for grownups
Lee & Low Books is a family-run, minority-owned, independent company with more than 30 years of trusted service to schools to libraries, and to the trade. Their passion for publishing beautiful and authentic diverse books for young readers has made them the largest multicultural children's book publisher in the United States.
LQ publishes the writing and artwork of exceptionally talented creators, with a distinct focus on previously underrepresented voices. In his 25 years with Scholastic Trade Publishing (and his eponymous imprint there), Arthur Levine introduced the world to J.K. Rowling, Jacqueline Moriarty, Shaun Tan, Phillip Pullman, and too many other superstars to count.
An independent publisher specializing in history, philosophy, biography and memoir, literary fiction, and upmarket crime.
Internationally renowned crime & mystery maven Otto Penzler’s PENZLER PUBLISHERS group comprises the acclaimed Mysterious Press, founded in 1975, and which publishes the best books by the best authors; MysteriousPress.com, devoted to making available again may of the greatest books of the past in eBook and paperback original formats (in partnershihp with Open Road Media); Scarlet, a list devoted exclusively to psychological/domestic suspense; and the Bibliomysteries project, which are short tales by big names like C.J Box, Anne Perry, Ken Bruen, and Jeffrey Deaver released monthly-ish. Each is set in the deadly world of books (the Bibliomysteries are set bookshops or a libraries; or the major characters are booksellers or librarians or rare book collectors or scholars or academics working with rare books, manuscripts, or archives; or books are a vital clue to the solution of the mystery).
American Mystery Classics publishes (newly-reissued mystery and detective fiction from the years between the first and second World Wars - the genre’s Golden Age. AMC’s curated titles include celebrated classics by Erle Stanley Gardner, Ellery Queen, and Mary Roberts Rinehart, and many more.
Each Bibliomystery short story is set in the world of books. Each Bibliomystery story is written by a high-profile crime and mystery author - exclusively for the Mysterious Bookshop. Each story is made available as a limited edition hardcover volume in an illustrated dust jacket (100 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies).
Founded in 1975 and formerly associated with Carroll & Graf, Warner, and Grove, the newly-independent Mysterious Press is devoted to publishing the very best mystery, crime and suspense. Mysterious Press has published and continues to publish great names: James Ellroy, P.D. James, Donald E. Westlake, Eric Ambler, Ruth Rendell, Cornell Woolrich, Ross Macdonald, Isaac Asimov, Ed McBain, Kingsley Amis, Patricia Highsmith, and Elmore Leonard.
Mysterious Profiles - an imprint of Penzler Publishers
“The best book of its kind. Time and again these crime writers return to the same question: Is your character like you? Where did the character’s name come from?” How did you get published? The answers are always fascinating.” – The New York Times
The premier imprint of Penzler Publishers focusing on psychological suspense with female readers in mind. Scarlet books feature complex women -- whether they are the protagonist or the villain or somewhere in between -- the most dynamic category in popular fiction right now
Founded in 2013 by Jason Pinter, Polis is distributed by Publishers Group West/Ingram. The Polis sweet spot is gritty/noir-ish crime/mystery/thriller/ Polis is home to Agora, the premier diversity-in-crime-fiction imprint
Agora is the diversity-focused & issue-oriented crime imprint from Polis Books. Agora crime novels are inclusive of the most important issues of our time: societal pressure, psychological challenges, economic instability, politics,culture, race, and gender. Unique crime novels from authors with equally diverse backgrounds
Republic Book Publishers, founded by Alfred Regnery and Eric Kampmann, publishes books that are right-of center by experienced writers. Republic books seek to influence the debate over public policy issues, politics, and American culture.
Agents John Talbot and Gail Fortune are former book editors with over two decades apiece in commercial book publishing. They have taken first-time novelists onto the bestseller lists and we have coached established authors into some of their most meaningful and successful books. We have represented New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and ABA Indiebound bestsellers, and their authors have won thr the top literary awards and prizes.
Established in 1975, Taunton provides high-quality, high-value information to special-interest enthusiasts have made a commitment to learning about and practicing their craft and expressing their creative imaginations. Taunton has five fields of focus: woodworking, home building and renovation, building science, gardening, and sewing. In addition to stunning books, Taunton is known for their iconic magazines Fine Woodworking, Fine Homebuilding, Fine Gardening, and Threads and a related line of enduring reference, technique, and design books. Taunton’s value-driven culture and unwavering focus on quality has also given them a dynamic digital media footprint that inspires, teaches, and connects 10 million passionate makers across web, social, print, video, audio, and experiential platforms.
Tilbury House is an independent publishing company founded forty years ago and devoted to publishing awardwinning children’s picture books about cultural diversity, social justice, nature, and the environment
Turner develops books for publishers that feature unique insiders—truthtellers, whistleblowers, muckrakers and revisionist historians, authors who can be defined as “the only person that could write the book in question.” Turner represents the literary interests of a select group of authors; when dynamic opportunities arise, fiction and nonfiction are published under the Philip Turner Books imprint.
Ulysses Press is a pop culture book publishing company with offices in Brooklyn, New York, and Berkeley, California. Their innovation for the pandemic classroom – whether at school or at home -- is a vibrant list of digital coping and strategy titles for educators and parents
Velo Press, and imprint of Ulysses Press, is the leading imprint of books on endurance sports. For over 30 years, they have published books on cycling, triathlon, running, and swimming that help individuals achieve their goals of going faster and farther.
Inimitable Books, an imprint of Ulysses Press, has a simple mission: to publish commercial fiction in all genres from marginalized voices without pigeon-holing the authors into writing books about the trauma of those identities.
Books in bloom for cheeky young readers who like their books loaded with fun!
Victory Belt Publishing is rooted in the health and wellness space. Victory Belt’s success stems from the discovery and development of fresh and compelling content in nutrition, fitness, general health, and personal development. Victory Belt books connect readers with global thought leaders to ensure everyone can make informed decisions about their health.