Edited by Jill A. Tardiff with Randy Kato, Shannon Maughan, John Niernberger, Diane Patrick, Karole Riippa, Laurele Riippa and Mary Ann Tennenhouse
DA CAPO PRESS
A member of the Perseus Books Group.
Featured:Alexander: The Conquerer by Laura Foreman; The Turkish Lover by Esmeralda Santiago; Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison by Michael Streissguth; Elliott Smith and the Big Nothing by Benjamin Nugent; Iron John by Robert Bly; Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes, 25th Anniversary Edition by William Bridges; Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth About Pregnancy and Childbirth by Jenny McCarthy.
DAD'S LEMONADE STAND
Featured: hundreds of new book and music titles, particularly classical music.
Discounts: 60% on backlist.
DALKEY ARCHIVE PRESS
Featured:Mr. Dynamite by Meredith Brosnan; America's Magic Mountain by Curtis White; The Uses of Slime Mould by Nicholas Mosley; Amerika: Russian Writers View the United States, edited by Mikhail Iossel and Jeff Parker; Where the Air Is Clear by Carlos Fuentes; Chinese Letter by Svetislav Basara; A Bestiary by Aiden Higgins; Night by Vedrana Rudan; Television by Jean-Philippe Toussaint; Tower of Glass by Ivan Angelo.
Giveaways: galleys, selected backlist.
Discounts: 50% on backlist.
Featured: licensed and original color, activity, story and board books as well as classics for children.
Giveaways: photos with characters.
This Italian exhibitor creates children's books and characters for international rights sales and merchandising.
A division of the Dana Foundation.
Featured:The Well-Tempered Mind by Peter Perret and Janet Fox; the Dana Neuroethics Series, including Neuroscience and the Law, edited by Brent Garland, Beyond Therapy Biotechnology and the Pursuit of Happiness andNeuroethics, edited by Steven J. Marcus; Good Start in Life: Understanding Your Child's Brain and Behavior from Birth to Age Six by Norbert Herschkowitz and Elinore Chapman Herschkowitz.
Giveaways: galleys, books.
D.A.P. (DISTRIBUTED ART PUBLISHERS)
Featured:Frida Kahlo, essay by Helga Prignitz-Poda (D.A.P./Schirmer/Mosel); Robert Mapplethorpe and the Classical Tradition, essays by Germany Celant, Jennifer Blessing and Arkady Hippolitov (Guggenheim Museum); The Wilco Book, essay by Rick Moody (Monday Morning); Walker Evans: American Photographs, essay by Lincoln Kirstein (MoMA, New York); The Design Encyclopedia, edited by Mel Byars (MoMA, New York).
Giveaways: D.A.P. tote bags; pencils; catalogues; lanyards.
Discounts: 50% on 15 or more non-SDNR titles from backlist.
Booths: 2900, 3000.
DARK HORSE COMICS
Featured:Michael Chabon Presents: The Amazing Adventures of The Escapist by Michael Chabon; Megatokyo, Vol. 1 by Fred Gallagher; Hellboy: Seed of Destruction, Vol. 1 by Mike Mignola; 100 Paintings by Tim Biskup; Trigun Maximum: The Hero Returns, Vol. 1 by Yasuhiro Nightow; The Ring, Vol. 2 by Hiroshi Takashi; Hellboy: The Art of the Movie by Mike Mignola; Eisner/Miller by Will Eisner and Frank Miller; Star Wars: Clone Wars—Light and Dark, Vol. 4 by John Ostrander; Hellsing, Vol. 3 by Kahta Hirano.
Giveaways: books, including Megatokyo, Vol. 1, Michael Chabon's Amazing Adventures of The Escapist and Mother, Come Home by Paul Hornschemeier; posters; totebags.
Drawings: Hellboy Movie Kit; Star Wars Movie Kit; Manga Prize Pack.
Distributed by National Book Network.
Featured:The Accountable Organization by John Marchica; TLC at Work by Donna Dunning; The Myth of Leadership by Jeffrey S. Nielsen; It's Your Career: Take Control! by Catherine B. Beck; Tools for Team Leadership by Gregory E. Huszczo; Powerhouse Partners by Stephen M. Dent and James H. Krefft.
Giveaways: blads of It's Your Career.
Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more.
Featured:Earth Day Birthday by Pattie Schnetzler, illus. by Chad Wallace; Eliza and the Dragonfly by Suzie Rinehart, illus. by Anisa Hovemann; titles by Helen and Clive Dorman, illus. by Tony Hutchings, including Okomi Enjoys His Outings, Okomi Wakes Up Early, Okomi Goes "Fishing,"Okomi Wanders Too Far; Sunshine on My Shoulders by John Denver, illus. by Christopher Canyon; Around One Cactus: Owls, Bats and Leaping Rats by Anthony Fredericks, illus. by Jennifer DiRubbio.
Discounts: free freight.
This sidelines exhibitor is a subsidiary of Hallmark Cards.
Featured: Christian greeting cards, calendars, specialty gifts.
DC Comics, a division of Warner Bros., is the largest English-language publisher of comics in the world.
Featured:JLA: Liberty and Justice by Alex Ross, Death: At Death's Door by Jill Thompson; 100 Bullets and Batman by Brian Azzarello.
DE AGOSTINI GROUP
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.).
Featured: broad range of illustrated nonfiction.
ROBBIE DEAN PRESS
DEARBORN TRADE PUBLISHING
Featured:The Radical Leap by Steve Farber; Just Give Me the Answers by Sheryl Garrett; Who Are "They" Anyway ? by BJ Gallagher and Steven Ventura; What's Your Corporate IQ? by Jim Underwood; Lessons from the Hive by Charles Decker.
Giveaways: books, The Radical Leap and Just Give Me the Answers; Lessons from the Hive ARCs; buttons.
Drawings: American Express gift certificate.
Discounts: 50% on 10 or more books (front- and backlist).
IVAN R. DEE PUBLISHER
A part of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group; distributed by National Book Network.
This first-time exhibitor is a publisher of an eclectic mix of books; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.).
Featured:For the Love of Penny Whistler by Jane Huxley; Have I Ever Told You... by Larry Adler; Chip Donovan and the Dragonfly by Bill Russell; Morgan's Castle by Jane Huxley.
Drawings: two tickets for 2005 U.S. premiere of Ken Russell film, For the Love of Penny Whistler.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn.
DETAIL, REVIEW OF ARCHITECTURE
Published by Institut Für Internationale; a part of the German Collective Stand.
DEUTSCHER APOTHEKER VERLAG
This publishing group includes Franz Steiner Verlag, Medpharm Scientific Publishers, S. Hirzel Verlag and Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH; a part of the German Collective Stand.
Featured:Warum uns das Böse fasziniert and ausgerottet-ausgestorben, both by Franz M. Wuketits; Die Wurzeln der Kriege by Bernhard Verbeek; Evolutionäre Erkenntnistheorie by Gerhard Vollmer; Küssen müssen wir noch lernen und Hummer haben blaues Blut by Rainer Köthe; Phytotherapie für die Kitteltasche by Helmut Brinkmann, Klaus Wißmeyer, Beatrice Gehrmann et al.; Neurodermitis by Thomas C. Roos and Harald Brost; Slow Rauchen by Marc Rainer Favre; Praxis-Wörterbuch Umwelt, Naturschutz und Landnutzungen/Practical Dictionary of Environment, Nature Conservation and Land Use by Johann Schreiner; Der kleine Souci/Fachmann/Kraut. Lebensmitteltabelle für die Praxis, edited by the Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Lebensmittelchemie.
DEVORSS & CO.
Celebrating 75 years of independent publishing.
Featured:The Invisible Wedding by David and Faye Fields; Communing with Music by Matthew Cantello; Microtonal Healing by Linda Nielsen; The Prayer That God Prays by Jim Rosemergy; Our New Spiritual Challenge by George Bockl; Life Without Anger by Dean Van Leuven; The Mindful Hiker by Stephen Altschuler; Thinking from the Infinite by Carell Zaehn; The Way to Happiness by George Catlin.
Giveaways: commemorative coffee/tea mugs with every order.
Discounts: 50%, free freight on 25 or more titles.
This first-time exhibitor is a publisher of Japanese pop-culture including anime and manga; exhibiting with SCB Distributors.
Featured:Hino Horror! by Hideshi Hino; Mysteries & Secrets Revealed! series; Hino Horror # 1: The Red Snake by Hideshi Hino; Mysteries & Secrets Revealed # 1: The Gundam Explorer by Kazuhisa Fujie and Martin Foster; Anime Poster Art, intro. by Patrick Macias; Cosplay Girls, intro. by Jennifer Cahill.
Discounts: 50% on backlist (10-book minimum).
Booths: 3926, 4026.
DIAMOND BOOK DISTRIBUTORS
DBD is a division of Diamond Comic Distributors.
Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Abiogenesis, Ablaze Media, About Comics, Abstract Studio, Adhouse Books, ADV Manga, Adventure House, AIT/Planetlar, Alternative Comics, Antarctic, Archangel Studios, Archie Comic Publications, Astonish Factory, Avalanche Press, Avatar, BBC Worldwide Americas, Blue Line Production, Broccoli Int'l, Carbon Based Books, Cartoon Books, Central Park Media, Checker Book Publishing, ComicsOne Corporation, Dark Horse Comics, Deleter, Devils Due Publishing, Dirty Danny Legal Defense Fund, Dreamwave, Eagle Games, El Capitan, Eureka Productions, Excelsior Games, Fanboy Entertainment, Fantasy Flight Games, Fiery Studios, G.T. Labs, Gagne Int'l, Gemstone Publishing, Graphic-Sha, Guardians of Order, Gutsoon Entertainment, Hermes Press, HK Comics, Idea & Design Works, Image Comics, Inkworks, Insight Studios, King Hell Press, Mad Yak Press, Metaphrog, Mongoose Publishing, Moonstone, MV Creations, Now Media Group, Oblagon, Oni Press, Ozone Productions, Playoff, Red Eye Press, Silicon Times, Sky Dog, Slave Labor Graphics, Starline Multimedia, SQP, Studio Ironcat, Top Shelf, Toyspress, Troll Lord Games, TwoMorrows Publishing, Unred Comic Books, Upper Deck, WizKids.
Giveaways: books, posters, in-booth signings.
Discounts: 50% for retailers, see booth for details.
Booths: 1967, 2067.
Featured: titles by Dick Lutz, including Komodo: The Living Dragon, Hidden Amazon, Patagonia: At the Bottom of the World.
Discounts: 50%, free freight.
This first-time exhibitor is active in television production, book publishing and home entertainment; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution.
Featured:Da Vinci Code by Martin Lunn; The Disinformation Book of Lists by Russ Kick; Pop Goes the Witch by Fiona Horne; Little Earth Book by James Bruges; Club Zero-G by Douglas Rushkoff, illus. by Steph Dumais.
Discounts: 50% plus free freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books; no short discount titles).
Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Alive Books, And Books, Cook Communications, Gemstone House, Harrison House, Indiana Historical Society, The Jesse Stuart Foundation, Kane Miller, Ken Press, Lifebooks, La Mariposa Publishing, Self-Realization Fellowship, South Bend Chocolate Co., Sparrow Hawk Publishing, Windy City Guide.
Discounts: one book free for every 10 books ordered.
This first-time exhibitor publishes crime, mystery, supense and thrillers; Bleak House Books imprint publishes dark literary fiction.
Featured:The Nail Knot by John Galligan; The Men Downstairs by Adam Gittlin; A Prayer for Dawn by Nathan Singer; Blood of the Lamb by Michael Lister; Murder at Midnight by Marshall Cook; Fizz by Paul A. Toth.
Drawings: for entire fall 2003/spring 2004 catalogue.
Discounts: free freight.
DOGS IN HATS CHILDREN'S PUBLISHING CO.
This first-time exhibitor publishes children's books, educational workbooks and sidelines including stationery, games, puzzles, activity books and flash cards.
Featured from PuppyDog Tales:The Hiccupotamus, written and illus. by Aaron Zenz; The Little House Hotel, written and illus. by John Sandford; You're a Winner, Tractor Mac by Billy Steers; Dogs on the Bus by Bartholomew Black.
From Dogs In Hats: new titles from the PonyTrails series, including Winnie's Riding Da y by Donna Christensen; Hello from Me! children's postcards including Dinosaurs, illus. by Milt Priggee; books and games in the iQ Girls collection, including iQ Girls Journal and iQ Girls Charade Game; new Make-A-Face sticker books including Silly Faces; new Preschool Fun workbooks, including I Can Count.
Giveaways: autographed books, including The Hiccupotamus, Little House Hotel, You're a Winner Tractor Mac and Girls Only.
Discounts: 50%, free freight on orders of $400 or more.
DON'T QUOTE ME
This first-time sidelines exhibitor is a brand developed by the Canadian game and entertainment product development company, Wiggles 3D.
Featured: Don't Quote Me; Don't Quote Me: TV Guide Edition.
Drawings: Don't Quote Me game.
Discounts: see booth for details.
Featured:Bringing Tuscany Home by Frances Mayes; The Family by Kitty Kelley; The Illustrated Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown; Blue Ribbon Day by Katie Couric.
Giveaways:The Virtues of War by Steven Pressfield; Too Beautiful for You by Rod Liddle; How I Paid for College by Marc Acito.
DOUGLAS & MCINTYRE
A part of the Douglas & McIntyre Publishing Group; exhibiting with Publishers Group West.
Featured:Historical Atlas of North American Exploration by Derek Hayes; Adventures of a Sea Hunter by James Delgado; Village of the Small Houses by Ian Ferguson; Lumière Light by Rob Feenie; The Lesser Blessed by Richard Van Kamp; This Heated Place by Deborah Campbell.
Giveaways: ARCs of The Lesser Blessed.
Featured:A Reverence for Wood by Eric Sloane; American Art Deco by R.L. Leonard; Haeckel's Art Forms from Nature (book/CD-ROM) by Ernst Haeckel; The Civil War: A Book of Quotations by Bob Blaisdell; Picture History of the Queen Mary and the Queen Elisabeth by William H. Miller Jr.; Bouquets from Beads by Virginia Osterland; A Pictorial History of Costume from Ancient Times to the Nineteenth Century by Max Tilke; Sarah the Best Bridesmaid: A Paper Doll Storybook by Diane Teitel Rubins.
Discounts: 50%; free freight on 1,000 or more books.
DRAGONFLY REVIEW OF BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor is a monthly magazine section reporting on newly released literary nonfiction titles on social justice, the environment, personal health, spiritual growth and current affairs.
Drawings: independent trade publishers and independent booksellers with stores in Dragonfly markets eligible to win one-month, two-month and three-month advertising packages in all Dragonfly magazines.
DRAWN & QUARTERLY
Exhibiting with Chronicle Books.
Booths: 1701, 1801.
Exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group.
DS COMPUTER BOOKS FOR LESS
DUKE UNIV. PRESS
Featured:This Was Not Our War: Bosnian Women Reclaiming the Peace by Swanee Hunt; It's All for Sale: The Control of Global Resources by James Ridgeway; Dark Designs and Visual Culture by Michele Wallace; World-Systems Analysis: An Introduction by Immanuel Wallerstein; The Costa Rica Reader, edited by Steven Palmer and Iván Molina; The School of the Americas: Military Training and Political Violence in the Americas by Lesley Gill; Silence on the Mountain: Stories of Terror, Betrayal and Forgetting in Guatemala by Daniel Wilkinson; A Landmark Year at the Supreme Court, edited by Neal Devins and Davison M. Douglas; A Jewish Family in Post-War Germany: In Their Own Words by Y. Michael Bodemann; Seeing the Unspeakable: The Art of Kara Walker by Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw.
Discounts: 48% on 10 or more backlist books.
DUNN & CO.
DURBAN HOUSE PUBLISHING CO.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn.