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Publishers Weekly BEA 2012 Around the Booths

Abbeville Press

Booth: 3804

Co. description: Abbeville Press, est. 1977, specializes in publishing high-quality illustrated books on art, architecture, photography, design, travel, lifestyle, and media.

Abingdon Press

Booth: 3832

Co. description: Abingdon Press is the publishing imprint for the United Methodist Publishing House; it offers a wide array of quality academic, professional, reference, fiction, and devotional titles.

Representatives: regional sales manager: Bryan Williams

Above the Treeline

Booth: 3880

Co. description: Maker of Edelweiss and Treeline Analytics, online systems for publishers, book buyers, booksellers, librarians, and reviewers.

Representatives: account manager: Jen Slajus; president and CEO: John Rubin; director, client services: Ruth Bradstreet; director of development: Jeff Freisthler


Booth: 4270

Co. description: Publishers of high-quality illustrated books.


Show specials/galleys: Sh*tty Moms by Mary Ann Zoellner and Alicia Ybarbo (chapter samplers); Economix: How and Why Our Economy Works (and Doesn’t Work) by Michael Goodwin et al. (finished books); The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song by Frank M. Young and David Lasky (chapter samplers); limited number of Out of Line: The Art of Jules Feiffer posters.

ACC Distribution

Booth: 3472

Co. description: Full-service distributor to the trade as well as the academic, museum, and specialty markets.

Representatives: sales manager: Sudha d’Unienville; vice-president and general manager: John Brancati

Accord Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 3676

Co. description: Publisher of innovative children’s books and creator of New York Times bestseller Bee & Me.

Adventures Unlimited Press

Booth: 4214

Co. description: Publisher of eclectic books on topics such as lost cities and continents (Atlantis), free energy, anti-gravity, Tesla technology, ancient sciences, and sacred geometry.

Advocate Art

Booth: 2463

Co. description: Supplying illustration for children’s storybooks, educational reference, and covers of all kinds.

Representatives: Edward Burns; Kate Johnson; Hannah Abbo

Agapea Libros Urgentes

Booth: 3257

Co. description: A leading Spanish book company that can supply a wide range of Spanish, German, and English titles through its Web site. Online catalogue of more than 500,000 Spanish titles and a warehouse with more than 200,000 titles in stock.

Representatives: international marketing representative: Pilar Fernandez

Agate Publishing

Booth: 4251B

Co. description: Specializing in business-related nonfiction (B2 Books imprint), African-American related fiction/nonfiction (Bolden Books), and cooking, food, cocktails, and lifestyle nonfiction (Surrey Books).

Akashic Books

Booth: 3904

Albert Whitman & Company

Booth: 2667

Co. description: Albert Whitman & Company, established in 1919, is best known for the classic series the Boxcar Children Mysteries.

Representatives: vice-president, sales: Margaret Coffee; director of marketing: Michelle Bayuk

Show specials/galleys: The Boxcar Children Beginning: The Aldens of Fair Meadow Farm by Patricia MacLachlan; A Beautiful Lie by Irfan Master; The Last Free Cat by Jon Blake; Lulu and the Duck in the Park by Hilary McKay; Pip and the Wood Witch Curse: A Spindlewood Tale by Chris Mould.

Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill

Booth: 4158

Co. description: For almost 30 years, Algonquin has published trade hardcover and paperback fiction and nonfiction titles and calendars. Its paperback line, Algonquin Paperbacks, offers Algonquin Round Table Editions that include special features for reading groups.

Representatives: publisher: Elisabeth Scharlatt; associate publisher: Ina Stern; marketing director: Craig Popelars; publicity director: Kelly Bowen

Show specials/galleys: The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving by Jonathan Evison; The Art Forger by B. A. Shapiro; Life Among Giants by Bill Roorbach.


Booth: 3831

Co. description: Amacom, division of the American Management Association, publishes nonfiction business, management, career growth, sales/marketing, and self-help titles.

Representatives: director, subsidiary rights: Therese Mausser; director, trade sales and marketing : Jenny Wesselmann Schwartz; managing editor: Andy Ambraziejus; vice-president marketing, e-books: Rosemary Kane Carlough; president and publisher: Hank Kennedy


Booth: 4076

Amber Books Ltd.

Booth: 3568

Co. description: A U.K. packager of illustrated nonfiction books and multivolume sets for the international co-edition market. Subjects include encyclopedias, general reference, history, military, aviation, science, natural history and survival. Tiptoe Books is a new imprint that publishes children’ s nonfiction titles.

Amber Communications Group Inc

Booth: 4280

Co. description: An African-American publisher of self-help books and music biographies. Imprints include Amber Classics; Colossus Books; Amber/Wiley, (copublished with John Wiley & Sons Inc.); and Joyner/Amber Books (copublished with the Tom Joyner Foundation).

Amber-Allen Publishing Inc.

Booth: 3370

Co. description: Quality books and audios in the areas of personal growth, health, spirituality, and inspiration.

American Academy of Pediatrics

Booth: 3051

Co. description: Publisher of a growing line of award-winning parenting and children’s health titles as well as 400+ clinical books and electronic products for health care professionals.

American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE)

Booth: 3884

Co. description: ABFFE is the bookseller’s voice in the fight against censorship and the sponsor of Banned Books Week.

American Cancer Society

Booth: 2740

Representatives: managing editor: Rebecca Teaff; editorial assistant: Amy Rovere

American Collective Stand

Booth: 3154

Co. description: A collective of individual stands representing all segments of U.S. publishing, book trade and electronic sectors with hundreds of attending executives at the Frankfurt Book Fair, London Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair, with new participation at the Sharjah and Taipei Book Fairs.

Representatives: president: Janet Fritsch; vice-president: Jon Malinowski

American Girl Publishing

Booth: 2657, 2658

Co. description: Historical fiction series, mystery titles, and advice and activity collections for American girls.

Representatives: director of marketing: Jenifer Warrell; national account managers: Cheri Jostad, Brenda Diederich, Becky Schoenemann; senior manager, marketing: Tammie Scadden

Show specials/galleys: McKenna by Mary Casanova; I [Heart] Art by Aubre Andrus; Marie-Grace Treasure Tote, edited by Elizabeth Ansfield; Cécile Treasure Tote, edited by Elizabeth Ansfield. Place an order during May or June and receive free freight on $500 orders.

American Library Association—ALA Exhibitions

Booth: 3144

Representatives: ALA exhibits director: Paul Graller; ALA exhibits manager: Patrick Murphy

American Psychological Association

Booth: 2340

America’s Test Kitchen

Booth: 3582

Co. description: Publisher of Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines and home to over two dozen test cooks.

Andrea Press

Booth: 2139

Co. description: Quality illustrated books in history, military history, modeling, and collectibles

Representatives: president: Carlos Andrea; international sales manager: Alejandra Fernandez; North American sales: Kevin Moran.

Andrews McMeel Publishing

Booth: 3676

Co. description: Fall highlights include How to Tell if Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You by Matt Inman, Fire in My Belly by Top Chef winner Kevin Gillespie, and our new AMP! Comics for Kids line featuring Bill Amend, Lincoln Peirce, and Mark Tatulli. AMP is also the nation’s top calendar publisher.

Anomaly Productions

Booth: 4070A

Co. description: Anomaly Publishing is a media company and book publisher.

Representatives: sales: Bruce Harris; publishing consultant: Mark Pearson

Anova Books

Booth: 3567

Co. description: A book publisher specializing in illustrated nonfiction for all markets. Particular subjects of expertise include wine and cookery, popular culture, craft, military and naval history, heritage, fashion and lifestyle. Its imprints are Batsford, Collins & Brown, Conway, National Trust, Pavilion, Portico, Robson, and Salamander.

Anthology Inc.

Booth: 3979

Co. description: POS/inventory control: cash register/touch screen cafe, mail order/book fair/offsite sales, electronic ordering, receiving, returns, databases of books links, Internet stock check, credit card processing, in-house gift cards, and more.

Representatives: director of sales: Jim Bean; vice-president, development: Steve Van Zoeren; president: Pei-shan Van Zoeren; bookseller assistant: Wendy Bean

APA Publications UK Ltd.

Booth: 3861

Co. description: Publishers of Insight Guides and Berlitz Guides with over 400 guides to more than 100 destinations.

Representatives: rights and licensing director: Susan Ferguson; publishing operations manager: Jason Mitchell

APG Sales & Distribution

Booth: 4157

Co. description: A full-service distributor representing independent publishers.

Representatives: general manager: Van Hill; director of sales and business development: Cary Johnson; customer service manager: Vallire Ryan; credit manager: Vickie Longenbaugh

Applewood Books

Booth: 3867

Co. description: Publisher of Little Books of Wisdom and the Great American Quote Books series. Commonwealth Editions is now an imprint of Applewood Books.

Representatives: president: Phil Zuckerman; vice-president: Sue Cabezas


Booth: DZ2117

Co. description: Serving nine of the 10 largest publishers in the world, Aptara accelerates publishers’ transition from print to digital and enriches their content for engaging and monetizing new digital audiences.

Aquafadas Inc.

Booth: DZ2128

Co. description: Aquafadas is a developer of tablet and smartphone publishing solutions and software for Flash and HTML5 editing.

Representatives: general manager: Rainer Heckmann; account manager: John Marshall; CEO: Claudia Zimmer; marketing manager: Carmina Samayoa

Show specials/galleys: 15% discount on iPad and Android Apps.

Arsenal Pulp Press

Booth: 3907

Co. description: Trade book publisher specializing in literary nonfiction and fiction, LGBT literature and history, cooking, cultural studies, graphic novels, and visual art.

Art Stock Books

Booth: 2740

Co. description: A division of IPG, Art Stock Books is the North American distributor of fine art, architecture, design, and photography titles published by distinguished publishers from around the world.

Representatives: president: Mark Suchomel


Booth: 3916

Co. description: Established in 1990 with just four client publishers, D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers Inc. now distributes over 4,000 titles from more than 300 international publishers, museums, alternative spaces, and institutions.


Booth: 4158

Co. description: Artisan is the illustrated imprint of Workman Publishing, specializing in fine-quality, full-color cookbooks, general lifestyle, and photography books. Artisan also publishes calendars from the National Audubon Society and distributes Greenwich Workshop Press.

Show specials/galleys: Bouchon Bakery by Thomas Keller; Burma: Rivers of Flavor by Naomi Duguid; Home by Novogratz by Robert and Cortney Novogratz; Secrets of Great Chefs by Adam Roberts; and Young House Love by Sherry and John Petersik.

Association of American Publishers

Booth: 3146

Assouline Publishing

Booth: 4439

Co. description: Illustrated books specializing in photography, design, fashion, lifestyle, art, and entertaining.

Augustus Press

Booth: 4241B

Authors Guild Inc.

Booth: 4081

Co. description: The Authors Guild provides legal assistance and a broad range of Web services to its members.

Auzou Publishing

Booth: 2324

Co. description: A French publishing house, producing more than 100 new titles per year: albums, pop-up, novelties, board books, nonfiction, and more.

Award Publications Ltd

Booth: 4134

Co. description: An award-winning children’ s publisher.

Representatives: managing director: Anna Wilkinson; sales manager: David Meggs

AZ Books LLC

Booth: 2876

Co. description: Educational books for children ages up to 10.

Representatives: vice-president: Robert Tod; national accounts manager: Tom Jourdane

B & H Publishing Group

Booth: 4457

Co. description: Bible-centered content that impacts the hearts and minds of people, inspiring them to build a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ. Among its print and digital releases for the trade, church, and academic markets, recent titles include New York Times bestseller The Love Dare and the award-winning HCSB Study Bible.

Baker & Taylor

Booth: 3222

Co. description: The world’ s largest aggregator and distributor of books, digital content, and entertainment products.

Representatives: president, library and education: George Coe; president, digital group: Bob Nelson; president of retail markets: David Cully; vice-president, merchandise: John Lindsay; senior vice-president, retail: Barbara Moffitt

Baker & Taylor Publishing Group

Booth: 3322

Co. description: Baker & Taylor Publishing Group has been publishing books for more than 20 years. We publish books under three unique imprints: Silver Dolphin Books, Thunder Bay, and Portable Press. Our books are sold throughout the United States and around the world.

Baker Publishing Group

Booth: 2332

Co. description: Baker Publishing Group—consisting of Bethany House, Revell, Baker Books, Chosen, Baker Academic, Brazos Press, and God’s Word Translation—is a leading producer of Christian resources.

Representatives: executive vice-president, sales: David Lewis; president: Dwight Baker; national accounts manager: Nathan Henrion; national accounts manager: Bill Shady; general trade sales manager: Scott Hurm

Barbour Publishing Inc.

Booth: 4465

Co. description: Christian publishing house.

Barefoot Books

Booth: 3467

Co. description: An independent publisher of illustrated children’s books and gift items.

Representatives: North American sales manager: Maureen Karb; global sales director: Sarah Spencer; North American sales assistant: Alicia Sondhi; CEO and co-founder: Nancy Traversy

Barron’s Educational Series

Booth: 3645, 3646

Co. description: Test prep, study guides, foreign language learning guides, children’s books, pet care guides, cookbooks, art instruction guides, hobby & craft books, business books, and more.

Representatives: National sales manager: Jeff Goldman; international sales manager: Jackie Raab; subsidiary rights manager: Pat Doyle; director of marketing: Lonny Stein

Baylor University Press

Booth: 2834

Co. description: Established in 1897, Baylor University Press publishes in the religious and theological disciplines as well as social criticism and cultural studies.

Beacon Press

Booth: 4047

Co. description: A 158-year-old independent, nonprofit publisher of nonfiction and literature, distributed to the trade by Random House Publisher Services.

Representatives: Director: Helene Atwan; associate publisher: Tom Hallock; executive editor: Amy Caldwell; director of Communications: Pam MacColl; senior publicist: Caitlin Meyer


Booth: 2751, 2752

Co. description Creator, producer, and manufacturer of innovative nonfiction books for adults, and book and toy products for kids.

Representatives: president: Jim Becker; COO: Mike Oprins; senior sales manager: Stephanie Swane; director of marketing: Nancy Storment; associate publisher, Licensing: Adrian Liang

Beijing International Book Fair

Booth: 3149

Co. description: Beijing International Book Fair will be held Aug. 29–Sept 2, 2012, in Beijing.

Representatives: director of BIBF: Lin Liying; project manager: Xu Ruoqing


Booth: 4378

Bella & Harry, LLC

Booth: 2467

Co. description: A newcomer to the children’s publishing industry

Representatives: illustrator: Kristine Lucco; v-p, marketing and distribution: Lisa Kappakas; author: Lisa Manzione

Bellevue Literary Press

Booth: 3905a

Co. description: A publisher of prize-winning books since 2007. Featured titles include novels by Eduard Halfon and Gregory Spatz, short fiction by Melissa Pritchard and Tim Horvath, and nonfiction by Jonathan D. Moreno, Gordon Weiss, and Gerald Weissmann. Recent award-winning titles include Paul Harding’s Tinkers and Andrew Krivak’s The Sojourn.

Representatives: publisher and editorial director: Erika Goldman; associate editor: Leslie Hodgkins; publicist: Molly Mikolowski

Better World Books

Booth: 4622

Beyond Words Publishing

Booth: 4570

Co. description: Tools for transforming the spirit, mind, body, and planet.

Black Dog & Leventhal

Booth: 4158

Co. description: Publisher of illustrated titles in art and architecture, cooking, health, history, humor, performing arts, reference, science, sports/games, and children’s.

Representatives: sales director: Maureen Winter; national account manager: Courtney Cullinan; publisher: J.P. Leventhal; publicity director: Sally Feller; sales associate: Kristen Pisanelli

Show specials/galleys: Blads for Skulls: An Exploration of Alan Dudley’s Curious Collection; Jacques Pepin’s Complete Techniques: Completely Revised and Updated; Monty Python’ s Flying Circus Complete and Annotated: All the Bits; My Bookstore: Writers Celebrate Their Favorite Places to Browse, Read and Shop (32-page reader).

Bloomsbury Publishing

Booth: 3458

Show specials/galleys: Wilderness by Lance Weller (Bloomsbury); Unbored: The Essential Field Guide to Serious Fun by Elizabeth Foy Larsen, Joshua Glenn, and Tony Leone (Bloomsbury); Leonardo and the Last Supper by Ross King (Walker)

Blue Apple Books

Booth: 4052

Co. description: Blue Apple Books, founded in 2003 by Harriet Ziefert, is an independent publisher dedicated to producing high-quality children’s books in a variety of formats.

Representatives: director of sales: Rob Shaeffer; president and publisher: Harriet Ziefert

Blume Naturart

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Independent publishing house specialized in illustrated books dealing with a great range of topics and editorial lines.

Representatives: director: Leopoldo Blume

The Book Publishing Company

Booth: 3053

Co. description: Since 1974 we’ve published books that educate, inspire and empower. Our titles include books on alternative health, raw, vegetarian, and vegan cooking and nutrition, Native American culture, traditional and modern use of herbs, animal ethics, and green living.

The Bookseller

Booth: 2443

Co. description: The U.K. trade publishing magazine.

The David Brown Book Company

Booth: 4562

Co. description: The David Brown Book Company is the North American office of Oxbow Books.

Representatives: operations director: Jim Drenning; marketing executive, conferences: Crystal Gagnon; marketing manager: Hilary Schan; chief executive: David Farnsworth; sales manager: Sean Johnston

Bookazine Co. Inc.

Booth: 3732

Co. description: A full-service wholesaler of books, magazines, and remainders.


Booth: 4212

Co. description: Bookforum is a literary and cultural review.


Booth: 3144

Representatives: editor and publisher: Bill Ott; adult books editor: Brad Hooper; editor, reference/collection manager: Rebecca Vnuk; editor, Booklist Online: Keir Graff

Bookmarks Publishing

Booth: 3780

Co. description: Publishes books and materials for weight loss, self-help, and healthy living.

Representatives: representative: Sadie J. Aguila; representative: Kaj Gruening; representative: Patricia Raskin; author: Wilfred Aguila


Booth: 3052

Co. description: Bookmasters, based in Ashland, Ohio, is one of the largest integrated providers of editorial and design, e-book conversion, printing, printed book and e-book distribution, and marketing services for publishers and authors.

Representatives: president, distribution: Larry Bennett; vice-president, global development: Deb Keets; operations manager, content: Claire Holloway; vice-president of business development: Tony Proe; manager of Spanish products: Ernesto Martinez

BOOM! Studios

Booth: 3583

Co. description: BOOM! Studios is a premiere publisher of graphic novels including Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?


Booth: 3504

Co. description: Bowker is the leading provider of bibliographic information management solutions for publishers, booksellers, and libraries.

BowTie Press

Booth: 3809

Co. description: Quality trade and gift books in categories such as pet and animal care, farm and rural lifestyle, and transportation.

Boyds Mills Press

Booth: 3034

Co. description: Boyds Mills Press, launched by Highlights for Children in 1991, publishes award-winning children’s books for preschool through the middle grades.

Boys Town Press

Booth: 3049

Co. description: Publisher of books, CDs, and DVDs for children, parents, and educators.

Representatives: sales manager: Patricia Martens; director: Barbara Lonnborg

Bridge Publications Inc

Booth: 3514

Co. description: Publisher of the nonfiction works written by L. Ron Hubbard.

Representatives: executive vice-president: Ann Arnow; Latin America sales manager: Charo Nicola; sales manager: Don Arnow; vice-president of public affairs: Nicole Shell

Bright Connections Media: A World Book Encyclopedia Company

Booth: 2324

Co. description: Print and digital products for children.

Brilliance Audio

Booth: 3976

Co. description: Specializing in unabridged spoken-word audio.

Representatives: national wholesale accounts manager: Kimberly West; library sales representative: Maria Josey; director of sales: Steve Woessner; managing editor: Daniel Byrne; digital and international sales: Natalie Fedewa

Browntrout Publishers

Booth: 4552

Co. description: Over 1,000 calendars for the year.

Butler Book Publishing/Pixel Entertainment LLC

Booth: 3166

Co. description: Butler Books is full service publisher of trade nonfiction, fiction, and illustrated books. Pixel Entertainment is a multimedia company that creates engaging entertainment for customers.

Representatives: CEO, Pixel: Jan Helson; CBO, Pixel: Kristy Schmitt; CCO, Pixel: Rachel Helson; CIO, Pixel: Anne Walker; president and CEO, Butler Books: Carol Butler

C & T Publishing

Booth: 3758

Co. description: C & T Publishing is an award-winning publisher of nonfiction, how-to books that inspire creativity. Categories include quilting, fiber arts, paper arts, doll-making, and needle arts.

Show specials/galleys: Little Stitches by Aneela Hoey; Storybook Toys by Jill Hamor; Sweet Stitches by Kristyne Czepuryk; Stop. Go. Quilt. Sew! by Angela Yosten

Candlewick Press

Booth: 2758

Co. description: Candlewick Press, based in Somerville, Mass., publishes outstanding books for children of all ages. For nearly 20 years, Candlewick has published timeless and memorable books —books where words and art seamlessly blend to create stories that last a lifetime. Since publishing its first title, Candlewick’ s passion and independent spirit has translated into the highest-quality offerings for all readers: parents, teachers, librarians, booksellers, and, most of all, children.

Representatives: associate director of marketing: Laura Rivas; executive director of marketing: Jennifer Roberts; senior publicist: Tracy Miracle; director of field sales: Elise Supovitz

Show specials/galleys: Bartholomew Biddle and the Very Big Wind by Gary Ross; The High-Skies Adventures of Blue Jay the Pirate by Scott Nash; Splendors and Glooms by Laura Amy Schlitz; Beyond Courage: The Untold Story of Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust by Doreen Rappaport; Make Magic! Do Good! by Dallas Clayton


Booth: 2968

Co. description: Capstone publishes both fiction and nonfiction children’ s books for ages pre-k to high school.

Cardinal Publishers Group

Booth: 3064

Co. description: Cardinal Publishers Group is a national book distributor providing independent book publishers with sales representation, warehousing, customer service, fulfillment, billing/collection, and title file management. We specialize in a variety of adult nonfiction categories including sports, health, business, education, outdoors and recreation, and others.

Representatives: director of sales, president: Tom Doherty; national accounts, specialty: Paula Sieffert; director of operations: Adriane Doherty; customer service: Barbara Carter; warehouse manager: Russ Raney

Carlton Publishing Group

Booth: 3572

Co. description: The Carlton Publishing Group consists of Carlton Books, Andre Deutsch, and Prion. We are leading international publishers of illustrated nonfiction with an emphasis on sport, puzzles, music, history, lifestyle, photography, practical, general reference, and gift books.

Carolrhoda Books

Booth: 2357

Co. description: Carolrhoda Books, a division of Lerner Publishing Group, offers award-winning picture books, intermediate and young adult fiction, and nonfiction titles that inspire readers’ imagination for grades k-12.

Casemate Publishers & Book Distributors

Booth: 4562

Co. description: Casemate Publishers specializes in print and digital titles on military history, defense studies, and current affairs.

The Cat’s Pajamas

Booth: 3475

Co. description: The Cat’s Pajamas software addresses issues specific to the book publishing industry: invoicing and returns, A/R, inventory, sales commissions, and royalties.

Cedar Fort Inc.

Booth: 3480

Co. description: Cedar Fort Inc. is an independent publisher that offers a wide variety of titles in such categories as fiction, nonfiction, cooking, gardening, business, self-help, YA, children’s and religion that uplift, edify, and entertain.

Representatives: publisher: Lyle V. Mortimer; president: Bryce Mortimer; acquisitions manager: Jennifer Fielding; national sales manager: Donna Selenko; executive vice-president: Katreina Eden

Cengage Learning, Delmar

Booth: 3548

Co. description: Cengage Learning delivers highly customized learning solutions for colleges, universities, professors, students, reference centers, government agencies, corporations, and professionals around the world.

Central Recovery Press

Booth: 3830

Co. description: Central Recovery Press is a progressive publishing company the focuses on the problem of addiction.Representatives: executive editor: Nancy Schenck; sales and marketing manager: Patrick Hughes; publisher: Bob Gray

Channel Photographics

Booth: 4240

Co. description: Channel Photographics, is a boutique fine art book publisher, specializing in illustrated coffee-table and children’ s books.

Chaosium Inc.

Booth: 3810

Co. description: Chaosium publishes fantasy and horror trade paperbacks and award-winning role-playing games and books based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft and Michael Moorcock.

Charlesbridge Publishing

Booth: 2961

Co. description: Charlesbridge is an independent publisher of children’s books that promote reading and discovery in the classroom, home, and library.

Chicago Review Press

Booth: 2740

Co. description: Publisher of nonfiction and children’s activity books with specialties in music, African-American interest, history, science, and pop culture.

Representatives: publisher: Cynthia Sherry; marketing manager: Mary Kravenas

Child’s Play

Booth: 2664

Co. description: Child’s Play is active and interactive books, games, toys, and audiovisual materials that promote whole person development and learning through play.

China International Publishing Group

Booth: 2140

Co. description: China’s largest international publishing group has published some 3,000 titles of books in nine languages.

Chronicle Books

Booth: 4022

Cider Mill Press

Booth: 3665

Cinco Puntos Press

Booth: 3904a


Booth: 4321

Co. description: CIROBE, the sponsor of the Remainder Pavilion at BEA 2012, is the world’s largest trade show exclusively devoted to bargain books.

City Lights Publishers

Booth: 3903

Co. description: City Lights publishes fiction, poetry, cultural criticism, politics, and history. Forthcoming titles include Sister Spit: Writing, Rants and Reminiscence from the Road by Michelle Tea, National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism by Melvin Goodman, The Wondrous Mushroom by R.Gordon Wasson, Robert Duncan in San Francisco by Michael Rumaker and many more.

Representatives: sales and marketing director: Stacey Lewis; publicity and marketing associate: Jolene Torr; editor: Greg Ruggiero

Clavis Publishing

Booth: 2740

Co. description: Clavis publishes a wide range of high quality children’ s books.

Representatives: Publisher: Phillipe Werck; Sales Director: Leon Kustermans; Marketing Consultant: Deborah Sloan

Show specials/galleys: The Big Woods Orchestra by Guido van Genechten; Kevin’s Big Book of the Five Senses by Liesbet Slegers; Dinosaurs by Jozua Douglas and Barbara van Rheenen.

Cleis Press & Viva Editions

Booth: 4253B

Co. description: Cleis Press publishes 40 books each year on sexual politics, LGBT studies, memoirs, fiction, erotica, and sex guides. Viva Editions publishes personal growth books, inspirational gift books, reference and language, parenting, lifestyle and cookbooks, and women’ s studies books.

Representatives: associate publisher: Brenda Knight; marketing and publicity manager: Nancy Fish

C-M Books

Booth: 4445

Co. description: C-M Books (Cushing-Malloy Inc.) is a leader in the world of book manufacturing.

Representatives: president: Thomas F. Weber; sales manager: Steve Kehoe; sales/customer service: Adam Hieber; marketing director: Meg Souza

Coach House Books

Booth: 3907a

Co. description: A publisher of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction based in Toronto.

Representatives: editorial director: Alana Wilcox; publishing assistant: Leigh Nash; publicist: Evan Munday

Coffee House Press

Booth: 3906

Co. description: An award-winning, independent literary publisher.

Representatives: publisher: Chris Fischbach; interim marketing director: Tricia O’Reilly

Show specials/galleys: Read This!: Handpicked Favorites from America’s Indie Bookstores (sampler); Hold It ‘Til It Hurts by T. Geronimo Johnson; Kind One by Laird Hunt; The Way of the Dog by Sam Savage; Read This! T-shirt giveaway, postcards, bookmarks, broadsides

Columbia University Press

Booth: 3435

Show specials/galleys: The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars by Michael Mann; The Best American Magazine Writing 2011, edited by Sid Holt.

Combined Book Exhibit

Booth: 3154

Co. description: Organizer of book, periodical, and multimedia exhibits in the U.S. for library, education, and trade conferences. Co-organizer of the American Collective Stand at Frankfurt, London, Bologna, Beijing, Sharjah, and Taipei Book Fairs. Co-organizer of the New Title Showcase at BEA and London Book Fair.

Representatives: president: Jon Malinowski; editorial and marketing director: Seth Dellon; marketing: Peter Birch; international events coordinator: Janet Fritsch

Consortium Book Sales & Distribution

Booth: 3910

Co. description: Consortium distributes high-quality print and e-books to the trade: fiction, nonfiction, pop culture, progressive politics, children’s, poetry, art, and gay/lesbian titles. Distributor of over 100 international independent publishers.

The Cooking Lab

Booth: 4070B

Co. description: The Cooking Lab is the publisher of Modernist Cuisine, a six-volume 2,438-page cookbook.

Counterpoint Press

Booth: 4151

Representatives: publisher: Charlie Winton; publishing manager: Liz Parker; publicist: Sarah Cantor; publicist: Julia Kent

Countryman Press

Booth: 3422

Co. description: The Countryman Press publishes books of the highest quality on cooking, travel, outdoor recreation, and more. A division of W.W. Norton.

Covenant Communications Inc.

Booth: 2946

Co. description: We publish bestselling cookbooks, inspirational nonfiction, journals, illustrated children’s books, clean fiction, and DVDs.

Representatives: sales manager: Tammy Kolkman; vice-president of marketing: Robby Nichols; general manager: Barry Evans; acquisitions manager: Phil Reschke; publicity manager: Kelly Schumacher

The Creative Company

Booth: 4129

Co. description: A small, family-owned publisher committed to crafting picture books and core material nonfiction for schools and libraries.

Representatives: v-p, retail sales: Anna Erickson; president and publisher: Tom Peterson

Show specials/galleys: Title: +2% on orders of 5+ units of backlist.

Creative Teaching Press

Booth: 2257

Co. description: Creative Teaching Press is a publisher of supplementary educational resources for gradespre-K–8. We offer a variety of quality research-based materials including resource books, skill-based workbooks and emergent readers with correlating read-along audio books that build skills in phonics, reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.

Representatives: international sales manager: Chris Campau; national sales manager: Jennifer Tafflinger; marketing manager: Brandi West; president and CEO: Jim Connelly

Crystal Clarity Publishers

Booth: 3758

Co. description: Crystal Clarity Publishers is inspired by the great Indian teacher Paramhansa Yogananda, and Crystal Clarity founder, Swami Kriyananda. We publish the original first edition of Yogananda’ s classic Autobiography of a Yogi—along with Kriyananda’ s latest work, Paramhansa Yogananda: A Biography with Personal Reflections and Reminiscences. Our offerings strive to combine the highest insights of the East with the practical-mindedness of the West.

Representatives: sales/marketing director: Avital Miller; president/publisher: Skip Barrett

Show specials/galleys: Paramhansa Yogananda: A Biography with Personal Reflections and Reminiscences by Swami Kriyananda; A Fight for Religious Freedom by Jon R. Parsons; The Time Tunnel by Swami Kriyananda.

Cuento de Luz

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Cuento de Luz (Tale of Light) publishes stories that enlighten our lives to bring out our inner child. Stories that make time stand still for us to live the present. Stories that take the imagination on a journey and help care for our planet, to respect differences, break down barriers and promote peace. Stories that do not leave you indifferent, stories that lift you up. Cuento de Luz respects the environment and contributes to the protection of nature through eco-friendly publishing practices.

Representatives: founder and managing editor: Ana A. de Eulate; director: Christian Hultner

Show specials/galleys: The Sky of Afghanistan by Ana A. de Eulate; Little Chick and Mommy Cat by Marta Zafrilla; Grandpa Monty’s Muddles by Marta Zafrilla, The Great Magician of the World by Fran Nuño; A Night Time Story by Roberto Aliaga.

D&M Publishers

Booth: 4239

Co. description: D&M Publishers is the largest independent publishing house in Canada, with offices in Toronto, Vancouver, and Gabriola Island. Under three imprints—Douglas & McIntyre, Greystone Books, and New Society Publishers—D&M publishes internationally acclaimed fiction and nonfiction, including current affairs, art, cookbooks, Native American studies, sports, popular culture, environment, sustainability, and nature.

Representatives: U.S. sales manager: Jennifer Gauthier; marketing director: Emiko Morita; senior v-p, new business development: Rob Sanders

Show specials/galleys: America, but Better: The Canada Party Manifesto (samplers) by Chris Cannon and Brain Calvert; Most of Me by Robyn Levy; Something Fierce by Carmen Aguirre.

David R. Godine, Publisher

Booth: 4167

Co. description: Godine is an independent publisher that offers fiction, nonfiction and children’s literature, as well as books on art, gardening, photography, essays, nature, typography, and biography.

Representatives: publisher: David R. Godine; marketing director: Sue Ramin; sales manager: Morgan Hubbard

Show specials/galleys: Rosemary Verey: The Life & Lessons of a Legendary Gardener by Barbara Paul Robinson.

Show Discount: 50% on 20 copies or more of in-stock backlist orders.

Diamond Book Distributors

Booth: 3576

Co. description: Diamond Book Distributors is dedicated to making graphic novels and other pop culture collectibles available to the widest possible audience.

Disney Publishing Worldwide

Booth: 3351, 3352

Co. description: Disney Publishing Worldwide is the world’ s largest publisher of children’s books and magazines.

Show specials/galleys: Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer; Beta by Rachel Cohn; False Memory by Dan Krokos; Jepp, Who Defied the Stars by Katherine Marsh; The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken; The Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone

DK Publishing Inc.

Booth: 3932

Co. description: DK Publishing is a publisher known for its distinctive, highly visual books, e-books and apps for kids, as well as the Eyewitness Travel Guides and Rough Guides series.

Dog Ear Creative

Booth: 3807

Co. description: A media production, distribution, and marketing agency based in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Representatives: creative manager: Michelle Corpora; media manager: Joanna Schneier

Doubleday Books

Booth: 3940

Galleys: Sandcastle Girls by Chris Bohjalian; Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan; The Malice of Fortune by Michael Ennis

Downtown Bookworks

Booth: 3666

Co. description: Downtown Bookworks publishes children’s books for tots through tweens. Series include Art from the Start board books; My First Super Heroes touch-and-feel board books; Green & Groovy recycled craft kits; Pack-tivities; and Into the Field Guides.

Representatives: publisher: Julie Merberg

Show specials/galleys: free Next Full Moon tattoos; free Shakespeare Season posters.

Dreamspinner Press

Booth: 3384

Co. description: Publisher of mass market romance.

Duke University Press

Booth: 3431

EBSCO Publishing

Booth: 2333

Co. description: EBSCO Publishing is a leading content provider for libraries, offering e-books and more than 300 full-text and secondary research databases via the EBSCOhost platform and EBSCO Discovery Service.

Representatives: vice-president, publisher relations: Melissa D’Amato; publisher relations sccount manager: Steve Levie; director, eBook publisher relations: Paige Larkin

Show specials/galleys: Enter to win a free color Nook.

ECW Press

Booth: 2740

Co. description: New titles including Clockwork Angels, a science fiction/fantasy novel by bestselling author Kevin J. Anderson.

Representatives: co-publisher: David Caron; director, sales and marketing: Erin Creasey; publicist: Jenna Illies

Show specials/galleys: My First Guitar by Julia Crowe.

EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller

Booth: 2957

Co. description: Children’ s educational books and activity kits.

Representatives: vice-president, Publishing: Jeanie Crone; president: Randall White; vice-president, information systems: Craig White; editor, Kane Miller Publishing: Kira Lynn

Show specials/galleys: Big Book of Big Bugs by Emily Bone; Little Children’s Music Book by Fiona Watt; Where Do Baby Animals Come From? by Anna Milbourne.


Booth: 3257

Co. description: Edelvives is a Spanish publishing house dedicated to books with text and children’s and juvenile literature.

Representatives: foreign trade coordinator: Isabel Mercedes

Ediciones Akal, SA

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Founded in 1972, Ediciones Akal has over 3,000 titles in print covering art history, philosophy, sociology, political science, film, and music.

Representatives: director: Miguel Carmona Garcia

Ediciones Castillo

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on literature.

Ediciones Dharma

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Printing and distribution of Buddhist books.

Ediciones El Nadir

Booth: 3257

Representatives: CEO: Blas Parra

Ediciones El Naranjo

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on children’ s literature.

Ediciones Era, S.A. de C.V.

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on history, literature, poetry, drama, science fiction, and reference.

Representatives: director: Marcelo Uribe

Ediciones Euroamericanas

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on anthropology.

Ediciones Felou

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico—literature, novels, essays.

Representatives: managing director: Jose Albert Parra Garcia; marketing: Luis Horacio Aceves

Ediciones Larousse

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on children’s literature, youth, education and dictionaries.

Representatives: publisher: Jose Luis Serrano Galeana

Ediciones Nowtilus

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Nowtilus Publishing, based in Madrid, is an independent publisher of general interest mass market publications.

Representatives: publisher: Santos Rodriguez

Ediciones Urano Mexico

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico: human development, health, welfare, business books, fiction, and romance novels.

Representatives: manager director: Ivan Mozo; editor: Larisa Curiel Esponda

Edita Interactiva

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Digital and interactive children’s content publishers association. Edita Interactiva is formed by the following companies: Arquinauta, DADA Company, La Tortuga Casiopea, Minus, and Pixel Moon.

Representatives: CTO: Josu Cobelo Eschevarria; art director: David Cano Herreros; CEO: David Yerga Acedo; CMO: Jose Maria Martinez Burgos

Editorial Almadia

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico: literature/poetry, novels.

Representatives: managing director: Guillermo Quijas

Editorial El Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V.

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on medicine and psychology.

Editorial Oceano de Mexico

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on literature and politics.

Representatives: commercial director: Connie Flores Contreras

Editorial Planeta Mexicana

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on literature, fiction, and nonfiction.

Representatives: corporate director: Jose Calafell; editorial director: Gabriel Sandoval; editor: Doris Bravo; export manager: Eugenio Roca Gomez; editor: Daniel Mesino

Editorial Progresso

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on literature, children’s titles, and textbooks.

Editorial Raices

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico: archeology magazines and general interest.

Representatives: marketing: Haydee Gonzalez

Editorial Trillas, S.A. de C.V.

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on education, children’s literature, general interest, science, and textbooks.

Representatives: director: Fernando Trillas

Edwards Brothers Malloy

Booth: 3040

Co. description: Specialists in short-run manufacturing.

Representatives: president and CEO: John Edwards; vice-president, sales and marketing: Joe Upton; director of sales, central region: Bob Durgy; director of digital: Andrew Pate

Show specials/galleys: Demonstration of Print Local™ and gps Global Print Solutions™ programs.

Egmont USA

Booth: 4048

Co. description: A children’s book publisher based in Manhattan, part of the Egmont Group, one of Scandinavia’s leading media groups.

Elegance Printing (North America)

Booth: 3482

Co. description: Elegance Printing (North America) is part of the Elegance Printing Group and represents the firm throughout North America to independent publishers.

Ellora’s Cave Publishing

Booth: 2240

Co. description: A publisher of erotic romance in both e-book and print.

Representatives: Lisa Gray

Encounter Books

Booth: 3915

Co. description: History, public policy, education, religion, and current affairs titles.

Enigma Books

Booth: 3909

Co. description: Publisher of works on modern and contemporary history, espionage history, as well as historical and crime fiction.

Representatives: publisher: Robert L. Miller; manager: Jay Wynshaw; marketing: Phillip Miller; fiction editor: Catherine Dop

Entrepreneur Press

Booth: 3250

Co. description: Traditional and hybrid publishing models for entrepreneurial authors.

F & W Media

Booth: 4448

FaithWords, Center Street, Jericho Books

Booth: 3628

Co. description: FaithWords publishes bestselling Christian authors Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, and Creflo Dollar, plus other fiction and nonfiction. Center Street publishes a variety of categories in the general market, including self-help, health and fitness, nutrition, motivation, leadership, memoirs, and fiction.

Representatives: senior v-p, publisher: Rolf Zettersten; v-p, associate publisher: Harry Helm; publisher, Jericho Books: Wendy Grisham; director of publicity: Shanon Stowe; director of marketing: Andrea Glickson

Fantagraphics Books

Booth: 3422

Co. description: The world’s most respected publisher of contemporary comics and graphic novels, as well as vintage cartoon collections, including The Complete Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz, Hank Ketcham’s Complete Dennis the Menace, and the complete works of cartoonists such as R. Crumb, Daniel Clowes, Joe Sacco, Tony Millionaire, and Peter Bagge.

Farrar, Straus & Giroux

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Publishers of poetry, literary fiction and nonfiction, popular science, and graphic books.

Show specials/galleys: Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan; The Heart Broke In by James Meek.

Federal Street Press

Booth: 2366

Co. description: Federal Street Press, a division of Merriam-Webster, offers dictionaries at affordable prices.

Representatives: publisher: Deborah Hastings; sales manager: Virginia Guilfoyle

Firefly Books Ltd.

Booth: 3549

Co. description: Exhibiting new fall titles from Annick Press, Firefly Books, and Robert Rose.

First Second Books

Booth: 3358

Co. description: First Second Books publishes graphic novels for children, teens, and adults.

Flowerpot Press

Booth: 2757

Co. description: High-quality children’s books in a variety of formats.

Representatives: publisher: Anne Hayes; managing partner: Pat Hayes; account manager: Phil Springstead

Flying Frog Publishing Inc.

Booth: 2765

Co. description: Flying Frog is a packager and publisher of children’ s activity kits and books for ages up to 8

Fomento Cultural Banamex, A.C.

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books on art from Mexico.

Fondo de Cultura Economica

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on literature, philosophy, social sciences, history, children’s books, art, and economics.

Representatives: international coordinator: Nina Alvarez-Icaza; manager director: Joaquin Diez-Canedo Flores

Fondo De Cultura Economica

Booth: 3286

Co. description: Mexico’s premier publishing house. Publishing children’s, literature, Latin American history and culture, anthropology, and economics (Spanish language). Our award-winning children’s book collection includes original works as well as translations.

Fordham University Press

Booth: 3433

Co. description: Fordham University Press publishes primarily in the humanities and social sciences, and has an outstanding reputation for producing award-winning studies in the fields of anthropology, classics, communications, the fine arts, history, literary studies, philosophy, political theory, religion, sociology, sociobiology, and theology, with a particular emphasis on creatively interdisciplinary work. The press also publishes the Empire State Editions imprint with books focusing on the New York region.

Representatives: marketing director: Kate O’Brien-Nicholson; director: Fredric Nachbaur; assistant marketing manager: Katie Sweeney; production manager: Loomis Mayer; editorial associate: Will Cerbone

ForeWord Reviews Magazine

Booth: 3279

Representatives: editor-in-chief: Julie Eakin; sales associate: Stacy Price; publisher: Victoria Sutherland; editor-at-large: Eugene Schwartz; editor: Matt Sutherland


Booth: 2539

Co. description: Publisher and distributor of art and photographic books, postcard books, postcards, boxed note and postcards, holiday cards, calendars, blank books, bookmarks, puzzles, coloring books, T-shirts, posters, and unusual art gifts. Imprints: Actar, Artkeeping, Artpost, Artspeak, Atypyk, Bizarr, Kasmin, Kitchen Sink Press, 3DLMKartenvertrieb, Libellum, Madd Dog, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Point It, Polite, Presco, Printed Matter, RMN (Natl Museums of France), Stella Marrs, Trolley Books.

Fox Chapel Publishing

Booth: 3870

Co. description: Fox Chapel publishes for woodworking craft, home and garden, and outdoor enthusiasts.

Representatives: publisher: Alan Giagnocavo; vice-president, sales: Paul McGahren; marketing director: Peg Couch; marketing manager: Melissa Younger; acquisitions editor: Kerri Landis

Show specials/galleys: Free Cigar Box Art poster.

Frances Goldin Literary Agency

Booth: RC58

Co. description: Founded in 1977, the Frances Goldin Literary Agency is a full-service literary agency based in New York City’s Greenwich Village. We represent literary fiction, high-quality commercial fiction, and serious, often controversial nonfiction, and have a particular interest in books with a progressive political orientation.

Frankfurt Book Fair

Booth: 3376

Co. description: The FBF 2012 will take place Oct.10–14.

Friesens Corporation

Booth: 3070

Co. description: A state-of-the art North American book manufacturer.

Galaxy Press

Booth: 3512

Co. description: Publisher of the Stories from the Golden Age , a line of 80 books and award-winning multicast audiobooks, featuring 153 stories written by L. Ron Hubbard.

Representatives: senior v-p sales: Kimberly Catalano; v-p sales : Juliet Wills; retail sales manager: Sarah Caruso-Toth; library sales manager: Mitch Breuer; v-p, international publishing: Claude Sandoz

Show specials/galleys: Title: 5% discount on all show orders.

Gallup Press

Booth: 4251A

Co. description: Gallup Press is a division of Gallup, a management consulting, research and polling company.

Gardners Books

Booth: 3066

Co. description: One of Britain’s leading independent book and DVD wholesalers, offering a large catalogue of British titles and many e-commerce solutions, including print on demand.

Representatives: international sales manager: Christine Cawley; commercial director: Bob Jackson; IT services manager: Simon Pallant

Gefen Publishing

Booth: 4230

Co. description: Publishes and prints more than 30 original books in Israel each year. Subjects are diverse and include a wide variety of themes, among them biblical commentary, Israeli historical novels, Holocaust memoirs, multilanguage dictionaries, Haggadot, and children’s books.

Getty Publications

Booth: 3233

Co. description: Getty Publications publishes books on photography, art, sculpture, and classical antiquities as well as related children’s books.

Representatives: publisher: Kara Kirk; editor-in-chief: Robert T. Flynn; acting sales and marketing manager: Melissa Crowley; rights manager: Leslie Rollins

Gingko Press Inc.

Booth: 4208

Co. description: A publisher and distributor of books on art, design, architecture, photography, comics, pop, and underground culture. Recent bestsellers include Supply & Demand: The Art of Shepard Fairey; Storefront: The Disappearing Face of New York; and the ongoing Juxtapoz book series.

Representatives: director of sales and marketing: Rick Markell; publisher: Mo Cohen

Glamour Press House

Booth: 3164

Globe Pequot Press

Booth: 3033

Co. description: Globe Pequot Press is a publisher and distributor specializing in cooking, history, popular culture, sports, regional interest, and travel, including the Falcon Guides series. The company distributes numerous travel and specialty publishers, including Appalachian Mountain Club, Bradt Travel Guides, Jonglez Publishing, The Milepost, Western Horseman, and Woodall Publications.

Representatives: director, field and special sales: James M. Naccarato; director of marketing and sales: Max Phelps; vice-president of sales: Chris Grimm; manager, distribution services: Andrea Jacobs; library specialist: Cynthia Robbins

Show specials/galleys: extra 3% off or free freight.


Booth: 2768

Co. description: Specializing in high-quality picture books, children’s Bibles, and inspirational calendars.

Representatives: sales and marketing: Nina Lykins

Show specials/galleys: free shipping.

Good Books

Booth: 3069

Co. description: Quality cookbooks, including the New York Times bestseller Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook series and The Mayo Clinic Diet. Good Books also specializes in books about Amish and Mennonite life and thought.

Gooseberry Patch Company

Booth: 3758

Co. description: Gooseberry Patch has published over 200 titles and sold nearly nine million books since 1992, and has a strong presence in the gift and crafts channels.

Grand Central Publishing

Booth: 3621–3626

Co. description: Grand Central, part of the Hachette Group, includes the imprints Business Plus; Forever; GCP African American; Grand Central Life & Style; Twelve; Vision; and 5 Spot.

Show specials/galleys: The Middlesteins: A Novel by Jami Attenberg; Does This Church Make Me Look Fat? A Mennonite Finds Faith, Meets Mr. Right, and Solves Her Lady Problems by Rhoda Janzen; Mistress of My Fate by Hallie Rubenhold; from Twelve, Schroder: A Novel by Amity Gaige; Albert of Adelaide by Howard L. Anderson.

Graphic Universe

Booth: 2357

Co. description: Graphic Universe, a division of Lerner Publishing Group, offers nonfiction and fiction topics for grades k–8.

Show specials/galleys: 5% off and free freight on a minimum order of backlist titles.

Graywolf Press

Booth: 3463

Co. description: For over 35 years, Graywolf has published high-quality literary titles including novels, short stories, creative nonfiction, memoirs, literary and cultural criticism, and poetry by renowned and debut writers.

Representatives: director and publisher: Fiona McCrae; sales and business manager: Leslie Koppenhaver; publicity director: Erin Kottke; marketing and publicity associate: Marisa Atkinson

Great Jones Books

Booth: 4329

Co. description: Quality remainders and publisher returns. Over 3,000 discounted titles in literature, history, art, architecture, philosophy, social sciences, and more.


Booth: 4139

Show specials/galleys: John Saturnall’s Feast by Lawrence Norfolk; Blasphemy by Sherman Alexie; The Hot Country by Robert Olen Butler; Fobbit by David Abrams; Alif the Unseen by G.Willow Wilson.

Grupo Anaya

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Grupo Anaya is a leading Spanish publisher with over 25 years experience, specializing in materials for learning Spanish as a foreign language, including textbooks, dictionaries, and complementary materials.

Representatives: Manuel Trevino; Maria Jose Blanco; president: Jose Manuel Gomez

Grupo Editorial Tomo

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books of general interest from Mexico.

Grupo Noriega Editores

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on science, education, technology, and literature.

Gryphon House

Booth: 3908

Co. description: Gryphon House is an award-winning publisher of early childhood resources for teachers and parents.

Representatives: general manager: Jennifer Lewis; senior. vice-president, education: Clarissa Willis; director, international rights: Pat Conte; director, professional development: Robyn Clark; director, sales: Frank Beasley

Guadalajara International Book Fair

Booth: 3359

Co. description: The largest trade event for book professionals, publishers, booksellers, distributors, and librarians in Latin America. Held annually in Guadalajara, Mexico, the fair attracts nearly 18,000 book professionals. This year, the fair will run Nov. 24–Dec. 2, with Chile as the guest country.

Representatives: managing director: Nubia Macias Navarro; sales: David Unger; rights center director: Fernanda Villavas

Guilford Publications

Booth: 4366

Co. description: Guilford publishes professional books, videos, and journals in psychology and the behavioral sciences, education, research methods, and geography.

Representatives: sales manager: Anne Patota; business director: David Mitchell; marketing director: Marian Robinson

Show specials/galleys: Smart but Scattered Teens: The “Executive Skills” Program for Helping Teens Reach their Potential; Skills Training for Struggling Kids: Promoting Your Child’s Behavioral, Emotional, Academic, and Social Development.

Guinness World Records

Booth: 3534

Co. description: Guinness World Records is the global authority on record-breaking achievements. First published in 1955, the annual Guinness World Records book has become one of the biggest-selling copyright titles of all time, selling 120 million copies to date in 22 languages and in more than 100 countries.

Representatives: senior v-p, global communications: Samantha Fay; senior v-p, the Americas: Peter Harper; sales and product director: Jennifer Gilmour; marketing director: Stuart Claxton

Hachette Audio

Booth: 3635

Co. description: Hachette Audio is publisher of a variety of popular genres in audio format. Upcoming work includes the audio edition of the new novel from J.K. Rowling, the first in Lemony Snicket’s new series, and a major release from James Patterson.

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group

Booth: 4108

Co. description: A leading publisher of books on the performing arts, including music, film, theater, and opera. Featured fall titles include Performance of the Century: Actors’ Equity Association and the Rise of Professional American Theater by Robert Simonson; Reconsidering Yoko by Lisa Carver.

Show specials/galleys: Blads: Rolling Stones Gear by Andy Babiuk and Greg Prevost; Jimi Hendrix: The Ultimate Lyric Book, edited by Janie L. Hendrix; The History of Marshall Amps by Michael Doyle and Nick Bowcott.

Handstand Kids

Booth: 2067

Co. description: The Handstand Kids Cookbook Company introduces children to the world through food.

Show specials/galleys: free freight for orders at the show.

Hannover House

Booth: 2233

Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.

Booth: 3739, 3740

Co. description: Harlequin is one of the world’s leading publishers of books for women, with titles issued worldwide in 31 languages and sold in 111 international markets. The company produces more than 110 titles monthly and publishes more than 1,200 authors from around the world.

Representatives: publisher and CEO: Donna Hayes; executive v-p, retail: Craig Swinwood; executive v-p, digital: Brent Lewis; executive v-p, global: Loriana Sacilotto; v-p, retail sales national: Alex Osuszek

Show specials/galleys: One Breath Away by Heather Gudenkauf; Heaven Should Fall by Rebecca Coleman; Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry.

HarperCollins Publishers

Booth: 3339, 3340

Co. description: HarperCollins, one of the largest English-language publishers in the world, is a subsidiary of News Corporation. Headquartered in New York, HarperCollins has publishing groups around the world, including the HarperCollins General Books Group, HarperCollins Children’s Books Group, Zondervan, HarperCollins UK, HarperCollins Canada, HarperCollins Australia/New Zealand and HarperCollins India. Imprints: Amistad, Avon, Avon Impulse, Balzer & Bray, Broadside Books, Caedmon, Collins Reference, Ecco, Harper Voyager, Greenwillow, Harper, Harper Design, Harper Paperbacks, HarperPerennial, HarperPerennial Modern Classics, HarperAudio, HarperBusiness, HarperChildren’s Audio, HarperCollins Children’s Books, HarperCollins e-books, HarperFestival, HarperLuxe, HarperOne, Harper Teen, It Books, Joanna Cotler Books, Katherine Tegen Books, Laura Geringer Books, Rayo, Walden Pond Press, William Morrow, William Morrow Paperbacks, Newmarket Press, Zondervan.

Show specials/galleys: children’s titles—Carnival of Souls by Melissa Marr; The Peculiar by Stefan Bachmann; The Great Unexpected by Sharon Creech. Adult titles: Live by Night by Dennis Lehane (William Morrow); The Roots of the Olive Tree by Courtney Miller Santo (William Morrow); The Round House by Louise Erdrich (Harper); The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin (Harper); The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafón (Harper).

Harvard Business Review Press

Booth: 3814

Harvard Common Press

Booth: 3450

Harvard University Press

Booth: 3529

Harvest House Publishers

Booth: 2548

Co. description: Fall 2012 featured titles include Lead Me, Holy Spirit by Stormie Omartian; God’s Unlikely Path to Success by Tony Evans; Dr. Dobson’s Handbook of Family Advice by James Dobson; and Wake Up, Generation! by Paige Omartian.

Hay House Inc.

Booth: 3370

Co. description: A publisher of self-help books, audios, videos and gifts. Bestselling authors include Louise L. Hay, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Gregg Braden, Caroline Myss, Brian L. Weiss, M.D., Tavis Smiley, Dr. Christiane Northrup, and Marianne Williamson. Hay House distribute titles by Amber-Allen Publishing, Smiley Books, and New Beginnings Press.

Show specials/galleys: Take a Shot by Jake Steinfeld; The Godfather’s Daughter by Rita Gigante; The Road to Reality by Diane Burnett; How Liberals Made America Great by Alan Colmes; Crazy Sexy Kitchen by Kris Carr.

Haymarket Books

Booth: 3903a

Co. description: Haymarket Books is a Chicago-based nonprofit independent publisher primarily focused on progressive political nonfiction. Authors include Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy, Wallace Shawn, and Amy Goodman.

Hazelden Publishing

Booth: 3913

Co. description: Hazelden is a leading publisher of resources that help millions of people recognize, understand, and conquer addiction and related life issues.

Representatives: director of marketing: Alison Vandenberg; publisher and vice-president: Nick Motu

Headline Books

Booth: 2976

Representatives: president/CEO: Cathy Teets; art director: Ashley Teets

Show specials/galleys: all orders taken at BEA will receive free shipping.

Henry Holt & Company

Booth: 3358

Show specials/galleys: E Sinners by Hanna Pylväinen; Winter Journal by Paul Auster.

Hermes Editoria General

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Hermes Editoria General publishes and sells textbooks, workbooks, and literature in Spanish through the Almadraba Editorial and Almadraba Infantil y Juvenil imprints.

Representatives: general manager: Maria Dolors Rius Rius; marketing and rights manager: Mireia Guerola Carbo; marketing and international communications: Gloria Martinez Vegas

Highbridge Audio

Booth: 4158

Co. description: HighBridge Company of Minneapolis is a leading publisher of spoken-word audio, with works by Garrison Keillor, public radio–related titles, and New York Times bestselling fiction and nonfiction. Distributed to the trade by Workman.

Show specials/galleys: NPR Driveway Moments Cat Tales/Driveway Moments Dog Tales sampler.

Hispania Libros-Cuidad Argentina

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Specializing in law, economics, social sciences, and public policy.

Representatives: general director: Maria Laura San Martino; executive director: Silvina Cassina

HJ Kramer, New World Library

Booth: 4142B

Co. description: HJ Kramer offers self-help, self-improvement, and children’s spiritual fiction. Authors include Holly Bea, Dan Millman, and Sanaya Roman.

Holiday House Inc.

Booth: 2551

Co. description: Quality children’s and young adult trade books, in hardcover and paperback.

Representatives: v-p, marketing: Terry Borzumato-Greenberg

Show specials/galleys: The Boston Tea Party by Russell Freedman; Hunter Moran Saves the Universe by Patricia Reilly Giff; Momentum by Saci Lloyd; The Case of the Diamond Dog Collar: First Kids Mystery #1 by Martha Freeman; See Me Run: An I Like to Read Book by Paul Meisel.

Holy Trinity Publications

Booth: 2137

Co. description: The publishing arm of Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, N.Y.

Hoover Institution Press

Booth: 3068

Co. description: The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University is a public policy research center devoted to advanced study of politics, economics, and political economy—both domestic and foreign.

Show specials/galleys: 5% discount on orders placed at BEA.

Horror Writers Association

Booth: 4449

Co. description: HWA is a writers service organization specializing in the horror and dark fantasy genres. HWA also recognizes outstanding works in the horror and dark fantasy field each year through its Bram Stoker Awards program, currently in its 24th year.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Booth: 3447, 3448, 3450

Co. description: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s trade and reference division publishes adult, juvenile, and reference books.

Representatives: president, HMH trade and reference: Gary Gentel; senior v-p, publisher: Bruce Nichols; senior v-p, director of sales and marketing: Laurie Brown; v-p, executive director of publicity: Lori Glazer

Show specials/galleys: In Sunlight and in Shadow by Mark Helprin; Panorama City by Antoine Wilson.

House of Anansi Press

Booth: 4154

Co. description: House of Anansi (home of Anansi and Groundwood Books) publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by authors from around the world, with a focus on Canadian authors. Groundwood specializes in children’s fiction and nonfiction in English and Spanish. Distributed by PGW/Perseus Books Group.

Representatives: v-p sales: Barbara Howson; international sales manager: Allison Charles; copublisher, Groundwood Books: Sheila Barry

Housing Works

Booth: 4282

Co. description: A BEA official charity partner, Housing Works is a nonprofit bookstore, cafe, and event space that will be accepting donated books and media at the end of the show.

Human Kinetics Publishers Inc.

Booth: 2848

Co. description: Consumer-oriented books, e-books, DVDs, and software on sports, fitness, and health, among other topics.

ICEX—Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade

Booth: 3257

Co. description: ICEX is the state agency for the internationalization of Spanish businesses. Its main objectives are to increase the number of companies exporting on a regular basis, diversify the export markets for Spanish products and services, increase the number of exporting sectors, promote Spanish investment abroad, and improve the image of “Made in Spain.”

Ideals Publications—A Guideposts Company

Booth: 3167

Co. description: Guideposts Books features inspirational fiction and nonfiction adult books. Ideals Publications is a leading publisher of inspirational and seasonal books for children through several imprints, including CandyCane Press and Williamson Books, and also serves as a distributor for Hinkler Books, Smart Kids and Smart Ink. Guideposts’ latest acquisition is Ellie Claire and Summerside Press, publishers of adult Christian fiction and gift book products.

Representatives: v-p sales: Martin Flanagan; national account manager: Robert Komisar

IDW Publishing

Booth: 3576

Co. description: IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels, and trade paperbacks, renowned for its diverse catalogue of licensed and independent titles.

Ig Publishing

Booth: 3909a

Co. description: Ig publishes original literary fiction from writers who have been overlooked by the mainstream publishing establishment, and political and cultural nonfiction with a progressive bent.

Show specials/galleys: Trailer Park Nation: The Long Rise and Tragic Fall of the Dream of a Mobile America by Mark Van de Walle; The Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets by Diana Wagman.

Ilex Press

Booth: 3468

Co. description: Publisher of illustrated books on all subjects concerned with digital creativity, from photography and design to pop culture and crafts.

Representatives: publisher: Alastair Campbell; executive publisher: Roly Allen

Image Comics Inc

Booth: 3580

Co. description: Image Comics is one of the largest comics and graphic novel publishers in the United States, covering nearly every genre—science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, and humor.

Independent Book Publishers Association

Booth: 3039, 3040, 3042

Co. description: IBPA is an association of 3,000+ independent publishers all across the U.S.

Independent Publishers Group

Booth: 2740

Co. description: IPG is a leading provider of distribution services for publishers, offering print and e-books and providing a variety of services, from advertising, pre-publication consultation and publicity to trade show promotion and other marketing support.

Indiana University Press

Booth: 3730

Co. description: Publisher of general interest, trade, and scholarly books. Books of regional interest are published under IUP’s Quarry Books imprint.

Show specials/galleys: Defending the Filibuster: The Soul of the Senate by Richard A. Arenberg and Robert B. Dove; Creatures of Politics: Media, Message, and the American Presidency by Michael Lempert and Michael Silverstein; Racing to Justice: Transforming Our Conceptions of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society by John A. Powell; Nation of Cowards: Black Activism in Barack Obama’s Post-Racial America by David H. Ikard and Martell Lee Teasley; IU Press basketball cinch bags to promote This Is Indiana: Tom Crean, the Team, and the Exciting Comeback of Hoosier Basketball.

Ingram Content Group

Booth: 3858

Co. description: Ingram Content Group Inc. is the world’s largest distributor of physical and digital content, used by publishers, retailers, and libraries worldwide.

Representatives: chairman: John Ingram; chief commercial officer: Shawn Everson; chief content officer: Phil Ollila; president and CEO: Skip Prichard; chief information officer: Shawn Morin

Ink Media

Booth: 4551

Co. description: Ink Media is the exclusive U.S. supplier of the IF line of book accessories and impulse gifts—bookmarks, reading lights, book holders, book-wrap and book plates.

Show specials/galleys: 5% off any order of $3 or more.

Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.

Booth: 2540

Co. description: A veteran publisher of books on spirituality and healing, with nine imprints and over 1,100 titles in print.

Show specials/galleys: Planetary Healing by Nicki Scully (with Mark Hallert); Visionary Shamanism by Linda Star Wolf and Anne Dillon; Simple Chi Kung by Mantak Chia (with Lee Holden); Seven Secrets of Time Travel by Von Braschler; and The Real Name of God by Rabbi Wayne Dosick, Ph.D.


Booth: DZ2515

Co. description: Innodata is a leading provider of business process, technology, and consulting services, as well as products and solutions that help clients create, manage, use, and distribute digital information.

Representatives: vice-president: Kevin Perry; account executive, e-book publishing: John Groton; director, business development: Andrew Malkin; field solutions architect: Todd Ware; program manager, e-books: Derek Young

INscribe Digital

Booth: DZ2316

Co. description: INscribe Digital offers solution for authors, agents, and publishers of all sizes to navigate the emerging digital publishing marketplace.

Representatives: executive v-p: Anne Kubek; senior v-p, business development: Larry Norton; director, client services: Kelly Peterson; director, business development: Kristin Ellison; manager, client services: John Orofino

Insight Editions

Booth: 4252

Co. description: Insight Editions is an illustrated book publisher focused on photography, music, and popular culture.

Representatives: CEO and publisher: Raoul Goff; sales and marketing director: Byron Parnell; international rights and marketing: Charles Gerli; acquisitions manager: Robbie Schmidt; special sales manager: Ali Powell

Show specials/galleys: The Dark Knight Manual: Tools, Weapons, Vehicles and Documents from the Batcave; Batmobile: The Complete History; China: An Intimate Look at the Past and Present; Exploring Titanic: The Expeditions of James Cameron; and Dressing Michael Jackson: Behind the Seams of a Fashion Icon.

Instituto Cervantes

Booth: 3257

Co. description: The Instituto Cervantes is a not-for-profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. Its mission is to promote the teaching of Spanish and to contribute to the advancement of the culture of the Spanish-speaking countries.

Representatives: executive director: Javier Rioyo; library director: Maria Vazquez-Estevez

Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on medicine.

Instituto Politechnico Nacional

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on general-interest topics, literature, and history.

Interlink Publishing

Booth: 4234

Co. description: An independent press specializing in travel, world literature, history, politics, and current affairs. Interlink publishes 50 titles a year under five imprints: Interlink Books, Clockroot Books, Crocodile Books, Olive Branch Press, Cadogan Guides USA.

Representatives: associate publisher: Leyla Moushabeck; publicity director: Moira Megargee; marketing director: Hiltrud Schulz

International Digital Publishing Forum

Booth: DZ2213

Isabella Products Inc.

Booth: 2367

Co. description: A mobile device and services company developing products for consumers, including Fable, a tablet coming in the fall.

Italian Trade Commission

Booth: 4007

IVEX—Instituto Valenciano de la Exportacion

Booth: 3257

Co. description: IVEX is the official institution of the government in the region of Valencia, Spain, in charge of the internationalization of the companies based in the area.

Representatives: director, IVEX New York: Carmen Munoz; director, IVEX Los Angeles: Maria Reig; director, IVEX Chicago: Luis Aznar

Ivy Court Press

Booth: 2058

Co. description: Publisher of motivational books and toys for kids, featuring such titles as Ambition’s Not an Awful Word and Play It Smart.

Ivy Press

Booth: 3468

Co. description: A packager of illustrated books, interactive packs, and gift stationery, incorporating Ivy Kids, illustrated reference and activity titles for the pre-school to early teenage groups.

Representatives: reference publisher: Jason Hook; gift and press publisher: Susan Kelly

James Lorimer Books

Booth: 2871

Co. description: A publisher of books for kids and teens with plots aimed at reluctant readers. Lorimer is distributed in the U.S. by Orca Book Publishers.

Jewish Publication Society

Booth: 2439

Co. description: Founded in 1888, the JPS is the oldest nonprofit Jewish publisher in North America. It publishes the definitive edition of the Jewish Bible (TANAKH), Bible studies and commentaries, classic texts, women’s studies, holidays/lifecycle events, ethics, and more.

Jewish Review of Books

Booth: 3981

John Wiley & Sons Inc

Booth: 3722

Co. description: Wiley publishes scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly journals, encyclopedias, books, and online products and services; professional/trade books, subscription products, training materials, and online applications and Web sites; and educational materials for undergraduate and graduate students and lifelong learners. Wiley’s global headquarters are located in New Jersey, with operations in Europe, Asia, Canada, and Australia.

Jolly Learning Ltd.

Booth: 2568

Co. description: Jolly Learning is a children’s educational publisher, renowned for its Jolly Phonics synthetic phonics program.

Representatives: international manager: Peter Smith; managing director: Chris Jolly; marketing manager: Androula Stratton

Just for Kids Press

Booth: 2352

Co. description: Just for Kids Press is a children’s book company.

Representatives: president: Seán Sullivan; vice-president: Paul Scheinberg

KB Books & Music Publishing Inc.

Booth: 2884

Co. description: KB Books is focused on the creation, development, and sales of children’s novelty formats, and is a Disney licensee.

Representatives: sales and marketing: Sylvie Munroe; sales and marketing: Yurima Jimenez; president: John Cox; production: Sergio Szwarcberg; editor: Pat Murray

The Kent State University Press

Booth: 3561

Co. description: The Kent State University Press publishes general interest trade and scholarly books. Its list includes sports, true crime, Civil War, and military history, photography and art, Hemingway studies, and literature and literary criticism. Additionally, in 2012 Kent State will publish the first of a multivolume series of The Collected Funky Winkerbean.

Kids Can Press

Booth: 2766

Co. description: Kids Can Press is the largest Canadian-owned children’s publisher, with an award-winning list of over 600 picture books and nonfiction and fiction titles for toddlers to young adults, each designed to develop children’s literacy levels and a love of reading.


Booth: 3464

Co. description: For nearly 80 years, Kingfisher has published illustrated nonfiction for children up to age 14. Formats range from illustrated board books and picture books to series nonfiction, novelty, and single-volume reference. An imprint of Macmillan Children’s Books.

Representatives: associate publisher, director: Brian Buerkle; senior marketing manager: Marina Cambareri; marketing assistant: Summer Ogata

Kingstone Media Group

Booth: 3889

Co. description: Kingstone has four imprints: Kingstone Comics; Bay Forest Books; Kingstone Publishing; and Galaxy Comics.

Representatives: publisher: Steve Blount; CEO: Art Ayris

Klopotek North America

Booth: 2852

Co. description: Klopotek is the software provider used by over 350 publishers on four continents. It handles all work processes in the publishing business, enables publishers to highly optimize and automate workflow in editorial, contracts, rights, royalties, production and order to cash.

Alfred A. Knopf

Booth: 3940

Show specials/galleys: The Phantom by Jo Nesbo; The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe; The Dog Stars by Peter Heller

Kobo Inc.

Booth: 3948

Co. description: Kobo is a global e-reading service with more than 2.5 million e-books, magazines, and newspapers—one of the largest catalogues in the world.

Kumon Publishing North America

Booth: 2867

Co. description: Kumon workbooks are based on the Kumon Method, a learning system that introduces educational concepts in a logical step-by-step approach that allows children to master each skill without frustration.

Lantern Books

Booth: 3533

Co. description: Lantern Books publishes titles on environmentalism, spirituality, vegetarianism, animal advocacy, violence prevention, and natural healing. It is the distributor of several presses, including Findhorn Press, Chiron Publications, and Samhita Publications.

Show specials/galleys: Clear Cut: One Woman’s Journey of Life in the Body by Ginny Jordan; From Harlem with Love: An Ivy Leaguer’s Inner City Odyssey by Joseph Holland.

Laurence King Publishing

Booth: 4022

Co. description: Established in London in 1991, Laurence King Publishing publishes books on the creative arts for students, professionals, and the general consumer in the following subject areas: advertising, architecture, art, the decorative arts, fashion, film and animation, graphic design, interior design, photography and product design.

Lectorum Publications, Inc.

Booth: 3252

Co. description: Lectorum is the oldest and largest Spanish book distributor in the United States and the distributor of many publishers from Spain and Latin America.

Representatives: CEO: Alex Correa; president: Teresa Mlawer; library and trade sales manager: Laura Bejarano; purchasing manager: Eida del Risco; product manager: Majorie Samper

Lectorum, S.A. de C.V.

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on history, multicultural issues, science fiction, fantasy for children and young adults.

Lerner Publishing Group

Booth: 2357

Co. description: Lerner Publishing Group creates engaging picture books, fiction and nonfiction titles as well as digital and interactive books for children of all ages.

Representatives: executive vice-president of sales: David Wexler; president and publisher: Adam Lerner; vice-president of marketing: Terri Soutor; director of rights, special sales: Maria Kjoeller

Show specials/galleys: The Curiosities: A Collection of Stories by Maggie Stiefvater, Tessa Gratton, and Brenna Yovanoff; Skylark by Meagan Spooner; Robyn Hunter Mysteries series by Norah McClintock; Dino-Football by Lisa Wheeler; The Paranormalists series by Megan Atwood

Let’s Go Publications

Booth: 4241A

Co. description: Let’s Go publishes the student travel guides, written entirely by Harvard undergraduates. Distributed by Publishers Group West.

Representatives: digital marketing director: Lauren Xie

Library Journal

Booth: 2148

Co. description: Library Journal reviews nearly 8,000 books and media annually, and also covers technology, management, policy, and other professional concerns in print and online. School Library Journal, the world’s largest reviewer of books, multimedia, and technology for children and teens, offers news and columns necessary for young readers to excel. The Horn Book provides libraries, educators, and parents high-quality information about publishing and books for young people.

LID Editorial Empresarial

Booth: 3257

Co. description: Business books, business history, and specialized dictionaries published in English and Spanish.

Representatives: publisher: Marcelino Elosua

Little, Brown and Company

Booth: 3627

Co. description: Little, Brown, part of the Hachette Group, includes the imprints Back Bay, Mulholland, Reagan Arthur, and Bulfinch.

Representatives: publisher: Michael Pietsch; digital and paperback publisher: Terry Adams; executive director of publicity: Nicole Dewey; director of publicity: Michelle Aielli; director of publicity/Reagan Arthur Books: Marlena Bittner

Show specials/galleys: Zoo by James Patterson; The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powell; The Prophet by Michael Koryta; Breed by Chase Novak; Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussman. Michael Connelly signing (Wed. at 10 a.m.); Elin Hilderbrand signing (Wed. at 3:30 p.m.); “Coffee with Koryta” (Thurs. at 10 a.m.). Special giveaway: Little, Brown 175th anniversary tote bags on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Booth: 3632

Co. description: Quality books for infants, children, and young adults.

Show specials/galleys: The Land of Stories: The Wishing Well by Chris Colfer; All the Wrong Questions by Lemony Snicket (exclusive attaché cases will be distributed, in lieu of galleys); The Diviners by Libba Bray; Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro; Zom-B by Darren Shan.

Liveright Publishing Corporation

Booth: 3422

Co. description: A division of W.W. Norton, Liveright is an adult trade publisher of fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, drama, and poetry.

Representatives: director of publicity: Peter Miller; editor-in-chief: Robert Weil

Show specials/galleys: Try the Morgue by Eva Maria Staal.

Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd

Booth: 3975

The London Book Fair

Booth: 3563

Co. description: Now in its 41st year, the London Book Fair continues to be the global market place for rights negotiation and the sales and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. With over 400 seminars and events, 1,500 international exhibiting companies and 24,500 publishing professionals, LIBF encompasses the broad spectrum of the publishing industry.

Lonely Planet Publications

Booth: 3058

Co. description: Lonely Planet is a leading travel content provider.

MacAdam/Cage Publishing

Booth: 3170

Co. description: MacAdam/Cage Publishing, based in San Francisco, is a publisher of literary fiction and nonfiction. Past titles include Audrey Niffenegger’s The Time Traveler’s Wife and Mark Dunn’s Ella Minnow Pea.

Representatives: editor-in-chief: Sonny Brewer; publisher: David Poindexter; marketing: Daniel Neeson

Show specials/galleys: All orders received at BEA of five books or more will receive a 5% discount and free shipping— books are returnable.


Booth: 3364

Co. description: The Macmillan group includes Farrar, Straus and Giroux, First Second, Henry Holt, Picador, St. Martin’s Press, Tor Books, Palgrave Macmillan, among others. It also distributes Drawn & Quarterly, Graywolf, College Board, Papercutz, and Rodale.

Macmillan Audio

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Macmillan Audio produces audio editions of the best fiction and nonfiction from among the Macmillan trade publishers, including Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt, Picador, St. Martin’s Press, and Tor Books, as well as outside publishers.

Macmillan Childen’s Publishing Group

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group comprises Farrar Straus Giroux Books for Young Readers, Feiwel and Friends, First Second, Henry Holt Books for Young Readers, Priddy Books, Roaring Brook Press, and Square Fish.

Macmillan Young Listeners

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Macmillan Young Listeners publishes audiobook editions, including book and CD sets, in partnership with the Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group.

Mailbox Plus/American Collective Stand

Booth: 3154

Co. description: A service for publishers, agents, authors, distributors, and others who do not take a stand at book fairs or conventions.

Representatives: president: Janet Fritsch; vice-president: Jon Malinowski

Marco Polo Travel Publishing

Booth: 2324

Co. description: Marco Polo Travel Publishing offers customers a comprehensive range of high quality travel products—Marco Polo Maps and Atlases, Marco Polo Travel Guides and the world famous Baedeker Guides.

Representatives: managing director: Ian MacDonald

Marshall Cavendish/Amazon Children’s Publishing

Booth: 2663

Co. description: Amazon Children’s Publishing, formerly known as Marshall Cavenish Children’s Books, is a boutique publisher of children’s literature.

Show specials/galleys: all-new 3 Stooges graphic novels, Nancy Drew graphic novels. In-booth events: Stan Goldberg signing.


Booth: 4607

Co. description: Licensed children’s and family books that retail between $1.99 and $9.99, plus a wide variety of home entertainment software, video games, and DVD movies in all genres.

McFarland & Company

Booth: 2450

Co. description: McFarland is a U.S. publisher of scholarly, reference, and academic books, located in Jefferson, N.C.

McGill-Queen’s University Press

Booth: 3432


Booth: 3239, 3240

Representatives: vice-president of sales, McGraw-Hill: Scott Wilson; director, international rights: Mary Murray; director, global digital sales: Jill Reese; senior director, national accounts: Keith Pfeffer; vice-president, director of sales: Debbie Innie

Show specials/galleys: The Chinese Way to Wealth and Prosperity by Michael Justin Lee; Mean Girls at Work: How to Stay Professional When Things Get Personal by Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster; Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture by Rob Salkowitz.

McPherson & Company, Publishers

Booth: 2047

Co. description: Publisher of the 2010 National Book Award winner in Fiction, Lord of Misrule by Jaimy Gordon, McPherson has been a literary and arts press since 1974. The house specializes in adventurous fiction (both American and continental) and in nonfiction exploring the leading edge of contemporary art, belles lettres, filmmaking, performance, music and anthropology. The press issues translations from Italian, Spanish, French, German, and Russian.

Representatives: publisher: Bruce McPherson

McSweeney’s Publishing

Booth: 2049

Co. description: McSweeney’s is a small, independent press based in San Francisco that is committed to helping find new voices—Neal Pollack, Amy Fusselman, and Paul Collins—and publishing work of established but underappreciated authors, such as Lydia Davis and Stephen Dixon. Distributed by Perseus/PGW.

Show specials/galleys: A Million Heavens by John Brandon (also to be featured on the Adult Editor’s Buzz panel); How Music Works by David Byrne (sample chapter).

Merck & Company Inc

Booth: 3562

Co. description: Introduces the 10th Edition of The Merck Veterinary Manual.

Merriam-Webster Inc.

Booth: 4040

Co. description: Reference books and mobile apps, as well as new products, including Merriam-Webster’s Illustrated Spanish-English Student Dictionary and a Spanish-English Medical Dictionary.

Merrymakers Inc.

Booth: 3557

Co. description: Offering dolls and toys from bestselling and classic children’s books—and at the show featuring Daisy, a new doll based on Chris Raschka’s 2012 Caldecott Medal Winner, A Ball for Daisy.

Representatives: v-p, sales and marketing: Betsy Foster; president: Clair Frederick; operations manager: Dayna Carlson


Booth: 3359

Co. description: Cepromex, the Mexican chamber of publishers, gives the opportunity to associated companies to participate in most important book fairs around the world with Collective Stands. The Collective Exhibition consists of 500 titles from 25 participating publishers.

Representatives: international coordinator: Jorge Chinchurreta Izaguirre; president: Victorico Albores Santiago

Michelin Travel Publications

Booth: 3758

Co. description: Publisher of travel guides, maps, and atlases.

Midpoint Trade Books

Booth: 4346

Co. description: Midpoint Trade Books is a sales and distribution company that has served independent publishers since 1996.

Milkweed Editions

Booth: 4152B

Co. description: An independent publisher. Featured titles include Cures for Hunger by Deni Y. Bechard; Things That Are by Amy Leach; Wonderful Investigations by Dan Beachy-Quick; The Fall of Alice K. by Jim Heynen; I Will Not Leave You Comfortless by Jeremy Jackson.

Representatives: publisher and CEO: Daniel Slager; sales and marketing director: Sue Ostfield

Mills River Publishing Company

Booth: 4575

Co. description: Exclusively a publisher of fiction, Mills River Books is featuring Soul Thief, book one of the Angellion series by Alison Lorimer.

Representatives: v-p marketing: Donna Allison; publisher: Brian Rodgers; author: Alison Lorimer

Minotaur Books

Booth: 3358

MIT Press

Booth: 3533

Co. description: The MIT Press publishes books, journals, and electronic media in art, architecture, cognitive science, computer science, economics, finance, environmental studies, game studies, humanities, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and science, technology and society.

Monkfish Book Publishing Co.

Booth: 2543

Co. description: Monkfish is an independent press focused on religion and spirituality from diverse perspective. Recent releases: God of Love by Mirabai Starr; The Red-Robed Priestess by Elizabeth Cunningham; and Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way by Brad Warner. Starr and Cunningham will be signing books at BEA. Distributed to the trade by Consortium.

Representatives: director of marketing and communications: Melissa Schneider; editor: Lauren Manoy; cofounder and publisher: Paul Cohen; cofounder and designer: Georgia Dent

Moody Publishers

Booth: 4163

Co. description: With a Christian worldview, Moody publishes under four main imprints: Moody Publishers, Northfield, River North Fiction, and Lift Every Voice Books—an imprint by and for African-Americans.

Representatives: trade sales manager: Roger Williams; trade sales rep: Chris Robinette

Moonstar Moondoggie Productions

Booth: 2064

Co. description: Moonstar Moondoggie specializes in creating books for children and adults, screenplays and stage plays, as well as presenting regional theater productions for performing arts.

Representatives: author/artistic director: Trinisse Chanel; chief executive creative consultant: Tiffany Holly

Motivational Press

Booth: 2039

Representatives: president and CEO: Justin Sachs; vice-president of development: James Timothy White; business development: Andrew Easler

MPS Limited

Booth: DZ2412

Co. description: MPS provides end-to-end services to publishers, including platforms and software for delivery of digital and print content, animation, apps, conversion, and fulfillment services. MPS has six facilities in Bangalore, Chennai, and Delhi.

Representatives: senior sales manager: Rose Rummel-Eury; v-p, operations: John Sollami; vice-president of sales: Patrick Casey


Booth: 4443

Co. description: MWellA’s upcoming publication, Stress Pandemic, will present a holistic way of life, involving diet and natural cures.

Representatives: author: Paul Huljich; marketing manager: Amar Germani; media and promotion: Jasmine Germani; sales: Simon Huljich; sales: Bruce Mason

Show specials/galleys: Stress Pandemic: The Lifestyle Solution. 9 Natural Steps to Survive, Master Stress and Live Well by Paul Huljich.

Mystery Writers of America

Booth: 4451

Co. description: Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery writers, professionals allied to the crime writing field, aspiring crime writers and those who are devoted to the genre.MWA will be hosting in-booth signings all day Tuesday and Wednesday. Scheduled to appear: Megan Abbott, James R. Benn, Karna Bodman, Dori Hillestad Butler, Hilary Davidson, Bruce DeSilva, J.T. Ellison, Michelle Gagnon, Alison Gaylin, M.J. Jones, Andrea Kane, Diane Kelly, Eleanor Kuhns, Allison Leotta, Katia Lief, Doug Magee, Margaret Maron, Clare O’Donohue, Kira Peikoff, Maggie Sefton, Wendy Corsi Staub, and Brian Wiprud


Booth: 3790

Co. description: Trade association of commission sales reps for book publishers offering information and free literature.

National Book Network

Booth: 3757, 3758

Co. description: NBN is an independent, full-service sales, marketing, and distribution company serving North America and overseas independent publishers on nonfiction, fiction, and children’s titles. We provide sales, marketing, order fulfillment, and credit and collections services. Our growth is based on the successful partnership we’ve developed with each of our clients, which include Crystal Clarity; Gooseberry; Robert Kennedy; Michelin; Oak Hill; Summit University; Taylor Trade; Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group; Self Counsel; and C&T.

National Geographic Society

Booth: 3852

Co. description: National Geographic Books publishes quality nonfiction books, including illustrated reference books, atlases, photography books, narratives, and travel guides. Titles cover a wide variety of subjects, including culture, history, space, science, nature, conservation and sustainability, healthy living, exploration, and travel.

Representatives: CCO National Geographic Books: Melina Bellows; senior v-p, general manager: Hector Sierra; v-p retail and special sales: John Lalor; senior v-p, editorial director adult : Anne Alexander; senior v-p, editor-in-chief, children’s: Nancy Feresten

Naval Institute Press

Booth: 3776

Co. description: Publisher of military fiction and nonfiction.

NBM Publishing

Booth: 3466

Co. description: Acclaimed publisher of graphic novels since 1976.

Show specials/galleys: Taxes, the Tea Party, and Those Revolting Rebels, A Comics History of the American Revolution by Stan Mack. In-booth events: Stan Mack signing.


Booth: 4470

Co. description: Publishers in Australia, Canada, the U.K., and the United States are using NetGalley to provide secure digital galleys to our growing community of professional readers, and to invite their own contacts to view their galleys using the NetGalley widget. Reviewers, media, booksellers, librarians, and educators, register for free at NetGalley is owned by Firebrand Technologies.

New Harbinger Publications

Booth: 3479

Co. description: For nearly 40 years, New Harbinger has published research-based books for improving mental health, relationships, and overall wellness.

New Holland Publishers

Booth: 3063

Co. description: New Holland is a publisher of high-quality general adult nonfiction in areas such as cookery, lifestyle, crafts, natural history, sports, gardening, humor, history, current affairs, politics, travel guides, and maps.

New Leaf Sales and Distribution Services

Booth: 2448

Co. description: Full-service distribution including e-books and just-in-time digital printing.

Representatives: CEO: Alim Thompson; president, COO: Irv Myers

The New Press

Booth: 3911

Co. description: Now in its 20th year, the New Press publishes books that promote public discussion.

Representatives: publisher: Ellen Adler; director of publicity: Julie McCarroll; associate publicist: Diana Lee; director, marketing and rights: Samara Klein; sales, marketing, and inventor: Christy Johnson

Show specials: The Shadow Girls by Henning Mankell; From Dictatorship to Democracy by Gene Sharp. 20th anniversary champagne reception at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5.

New World Library

Booth: 4140

Co. description: New World Library creates books, audio CDs, and gift products in the categories of personal growth, spirituality, creativity, women’s interests, religion, sustainable business, and Native American interests.

Representatives: president/CEO: Marc Allen; associate publisher, marketing: Munro Magruder; editorial director: Georgia Hughes; publicity director: Monique Muhlenkamp; senior editor: Jason Gardner

Show specials/galleys: You Can Buy Happiness (and It’s Cheap) by Tammy Strobel. In-booth events: giveaway copies of Ordinary Sacred by Kent Nerburn.

New York Review of Books

Booth: 4044

Co. description: Featuring: the Book Expo Issue of the New York Review of Books; new titles published by New York Review Books, NYRB Classics, the New York Review Children’s Collection, and the Little Bookroom.

Representatives: marketing and sales Associate: Nick During; publicity director: Jenie Hederman; publisher and marketing director: Linda Hollick; associate publisher: Catherine Tice; advertising director: Lara Frohlich Andersen

The New York Times Company

Booth: 2343

Co. description: The New York Times Book Review covers both intellectual and popular book offerings, current cultural issues, and a spectrum of opinions, as well as expanded bestseller lists. Weekday Times readers can also look forward to daily reviews and regular coverage of authors and publishing and media issues.

New York University Center for Publishing

Booth: 3483

Co. description: The NYU Center for Publishing offers three pathways to publishing education: the Summer Publishing Institute, the Master of Science in Publishing: Digital and Print Media, and executive education programming on campus and abroad. Faculty and advisory board members are leaders in their fields, who help to ensure that students gain the knowledge, skills, and applied learning necessary to succeed.

Representatives: director, NYU Center for Publishing: Andrea Chambers; assistant director: Jennifer Goodwin


Booth: 4062, 4064

Co. description: Nolo has been making law and legal issues accessible to the layperson since 1971.

Representatives: v-p, retail and business sales: Jackie Thompson

North Atlantic Books

Booth: 3952

Co. description: North Atlantic Books is a publisher of books about the interrelationship of body, mind, and nature.

Representatives: community outreach, communication: Talia Shapiro; community outreach, new media: Kat Engh; associate publisher, managing director: Doug Reil; rights manager: Sarah Serafimidis; senior director of sales: Janet Levin

NorthSouth Books Inc.

Booth: 2864

Co. description: NorthSouth Books is an independent publisher of high-quality books for children of all ages.

W.W. Norton & Company

Booth: 3421

Co. description: Publishers of adult trade fiction, nonfiction, professional psychology, and architecture books.

Representatives: CEO and president: W. Drake McFeely; publishing director: Jeannie Luciano; vice-president, executive director, publicity: Louise Brockett; vice-president, director of sales: William F. Rusin; director, sales and marketing: Eugenia Pakalik

Show specials/galleys: The Vanishing Act by Mette Jakobsen; Heft by Liz Moore; White Truffles in Winter by N. M. Kelby.

NYC Subway Line

Booth: 4660

Co. description: NYC Subway Line is an apparel and accessories company under license from New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Created in 1996 by actor Lynne Lambert, these NYC Subway themed products have become part of pop culture, worn by celebrities both on and off screen and by others from around the world who love New York City. NYC Subwway Line has recently expanded into tech accessories, creating its first iPad and laptop sleeves, and is also developing covers for e-readers.

Oak Hill Publishing Company

Booth: 3758

Octopus Publishing Group

Booth: 3564

Co. description: Octopus Publishing Group will be presenting co-edition titles from its various imprints, including recently acquired TickTock children’s books. Bounty Books will present promotional reprint titles for North American and international co-editions.

Omnibus Press

Booth: 3865

Co. description: Omnibus Press is the publisher of music-related books.


Booth: 2780

Oni Press

Booth: 3577

Co. description: Oni Press was founded in 1997 with the belief that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. Publishing one of the most eclectic and expansive lines in comics today, Oni Press is one of independent comics’ most respected and innovative publishing houses.


Booth: 3633

Co. description: Orbit is the science fiction and fantasy imprint at Hachette Book Group. Yen Press is the graphic novel and manga imprint at Hachette Book Group.

Orca Book Publishers Ltd

Booth: 2958

Co. description: Award-winning children’s books, juvenile, and young adult novels. Orca Soundings teen novels for reluctant readers, early chapter books, the Holocaust Remembrance series, Orca Currents middle school fiction, Formac First Novels, Sports Stories, and the Deal With It series of conflict resolution guides..

Representatives: publisher: Andrew Wooldridge

Show specials/galleys: 5% discount and Free Freight

O’Reilly Media Inc.

Booth: 3869

Co. description: Books for technology professionals, knowledge workers, digital media professionals, and the emerging do-it-yourself technology market. O’Reilly also is the disctributor for Microsoft Press, Manning, No Starch Press, PC Publishing, Pragmatic Bookshelf, Rocky Nook, and SitePoint.

Representatives: account managers: Mike Leonard, Johnny O’Toole, and Grant Kikkert.

O’Reilly Tools of Change for Publishing

Booth: DZ2309

Co. description: O’Reilly Tools of Change delivers a mix of the practical and visionary, to give the publishing industry the tools and guidance needed to succeed, and seeks to connect professionals via a weekly newsletter, webcasts, podcasts, events, conferences, and more.

Other Press

Booth: 3847

Co. description: Other Press publishes novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from America and around the world.

Representatives: manager, online publicity: Terrie Akers; associate publisher: Paul Kozlowski; publisher: Judith Gurewich; publicity director: Sarah Reidy; director of subsidiary rights: Carol Lazare

Show specials/galleys: The Absolutist by John Boyne; The Dangers of Proximal Alphabets by Kathleen Alcott; The Elephant Keepers’ Children by Peter Hoag.


Booth: 4339

Co. description: OverDrive’s global network consists of more than 18,000 libraries, schools, and retailers supplying patrons and customers from around the world. OverDrive is a leader in multichannel digital distribution, helping traditional publishers achieve digital goals.

Representatives: marketing and events manager: Renee San Jose; publisher partners services manager: Alexis Wiles; manager of content sales: Karen Estrovich; CEO: Steve Potash; director of marketing: David Burleigh

The Overlook Press

Booth: 4133

Co. description: Located in the heart of SoHo in Manhattan, the Overlook Press is an independent general interest publisher, founded in 1971, that now publishes nearly 100 books each year, evenly divided between hardcovers and trade paperbacks.

Oxmoor House

Booth: 3640

Representatives: sales director: Tom Mifsud

Paizo Publishing LLC

Booth: 3579

Co. description: Paizo Publishing is a publisher of fantasy role-playing games, fantasy role-playing fiction, board games, and speculative fiction. Paizo’s Pathfinder Roleplaying Game was the most successful tabletop role-playing game release of 2009.

Palgrave Macmillan

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Palgrave Macmillan is a global cross-market publisher specializing in quality trade nonfiction and academic books in areas such as politics, business and economics, history, and popular science.

Representatives: associate director, marketing: Michelle Fitzgerald; editorial director: Karen Wolny; sales director: Lorraine Keelan

Palm Publishing LLC

Booth: 2261

Co. description: Palm Publishing, with the imprints Soundprints, Studio Mouse, Palm Kids and Diverta, is an award-winning publisher of educational children’s books, audiobooks, e-books, apps, and plush toys.

Representatives: vice-president of sales: Bill Hermes; president: Claire Fennessey; vice-president, product manager: Jeevan Padiyar; associate publisher: Barbie Heit; sales/marketing coordinator: Carolyn Filbert

Show specials/galleys:5% show discount and free freight.

Panorma Editorial

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on management development, personal development, and general interest.


Booth: 3466

Co. description: The next generation of tween graphic novels featuring Lego Ninjago, Power Rangers Super Samurai, The Smurfs, Garfield, Disney Fairies, Geronimo Stilton, Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, the Tales from the Crypt, and Classics Illustrated.

Show specials/galleys: Galleys: all-new 3 Stooges graphic novels, Nancy Drew graphic novels. In-booth events: Stan Goldberg signing, artist on 3 Stooges and Nancy Drew Clue Crew.

Parodies LLC

Booth: 4666

Co. description: Parody and satire of political and other current events as well as parodies of comic characters. The forms of expression used include interactive art, games, refrigerator magnets, comic books, place mats, clothing, etc.

Representatives: owner: E. Pollack

Parragon Publishing

Booth: 3539

Co. description: Parragon is the global publisher of illustrated books in a variety of categories. Including Disney, Marvel, Power Rangers, Discovery Kids, Trash Pack, and more.

Partners Publishers Group

Booth: 3876

Co. description: Partners Publishers Group has been in business for 15 years and offers national distribution to small and medium-sized independent presses at a flat rate distribution discount. Services include cataloguing, key account sales presentation, accounts receivable, and sales reporting.

Representatives: president: Sam Speigel

PBS Distribution

Booth: 4467

Co. description: Distributor of award-winning productions seen on PBS—Masterpiece Theatre, Mystery!, NOVA, American Experience, The French Chef, Frontline, Nature as well as the children’s series Super Why! and Dinosaur Train.

Peachtree Publishers Ltd.

Booth: 2865

Co. description: Peachtree Publishers is an independently owned trade book publisher specializing in quality children’s books, from picture books to young adult fiction and nonfiction; consumer reference in health, education, and parenting; and regional guide books about the American South, where the company is based

Representatives: publisher: Margaret Quinlin; subsidiary rights director: Farah Gehy; senior publicist: Melissa Bloomfield

Show specials/galleys: The Theory of Everything by JJ Johnson; The Universe of Fair by Leslie Bulion; Go for the Goal by Fred Bowen.

Pendrell Publishing

Booth: 2054

Co. description: Independent publisher specializing in young adult fiction.

Representatives: president: Kamilla Quast; marketing director: Jamie Manning

Show specials/galleys: 4% off any order of 2+ books and free freight.

Penguin Group Inc, USA

Booth: 4028

Co. description: Renowned publisher of hardcover, paperback (both mass and trade), and children’s books. In addition, Penguin is a publisher of audio books as well as a manufacturer of Penguin merchandise.

Show specials/galleys: children’s: Patriot by Marie Lu (Putnam Books for Young Readers); Origin by Jessica Khoury (Razorbill); Through a Glass Grimmly by Adam Gidwitz (Dutton); Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes (Razorbill); Gods and Warriors by Michelle Paver. Adult: A Working Theory of Love by Scott Hutchins (The Penguin Press); One Last Thing Before I Go by Jonathan Tropper (Dutton); The Lost Prince by Selden Edwards; Syndrome E by Franck Thilliez (Viking); Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub (Riverhead).

Perseus Books Group

Booth: 3604

Co. description: Perseus Books Group is an independent company committed to enabling independent book publishers to reach their potential, whether those publishers are Perseus-owned, joint ventures, or owned by third parties. Imprints include Avalon Travel, Basic Books, Basic Civitas, Da Capo Press, Da Capo Lifelong Books, PublicAffairs, Running Press, Seal Press, Vanguard Press, and Westview Press, as well as partnerships with the Newsweek/Daily Beast Company, the Nation Institute, and the Weinstein Company.

Show specials/galleys: Consider the Fork by Bee Wilson; John Quincy Adams by Harlow Giles Unger; The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng; Ascent of the A-Word by Geoffrey Nunberg; Saving Each Other by Victoria Jackson and Ali Guthy.

Peter Pauper Press Inc.

Booth: 4046

Co. description: Peter Pauper Press has gift books, travel books, journals, e-reader covers, candles, kids activity books (featuring Scratch and Sketch) and many other stationery products.

Show specials/galleys: Returnable accounts will receive 50%, nonreturnable accounts will receive 55%.


Booth: 4147

Co. description: Independent children’s book publisher.

Phidal Publishing Inc.

Booth: 2558

Co. description: Children’s book publisher.

Picador USA

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Picador is a trade paperback imprint of Macmillan, publishing adult trade literary fiction and nonfiction paperbacks for Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt & Company, and St. Martin’s Press, in addition to publishing original trade paperbacks.

Representatives: publisher: Stephen Morrison; v-p, sales and marketing: Darin Keesler; executive director of publicity: James Meader; senior editor: David Rogers

Pink Pig Press

Booth: 3800

Co. description:

Representatives: publisher and author: Vell Sweeny; exhibits manager and publicity: Liz Sweeny; business and finance director: John Sweeny; technology: Will Sweeny; representative: Larry Gianola

Show specials/galleys: Free gift with purchase

Plata Publishing

Booth: 3818

Co. description: Publishing company for the Rich Dad series of books by Robert Kiyosaki as well as books by Kim Kiyosaki and books coauthored by Robert Kiyosaki.

Representatives: director of global publishing: Mona Gambetta; The Trump Organization: Meredith McIver; guest of Plata Publishing: Fritz Gambetta

Pond Punkies

Booth: 2060

Co. description: Juvenile science fiction/fantasy books for ages 7–10.

Representatives: authors: Miriam Ofsteina and Lisa Riebe

Power Press

Booth: 4214

Co. description: Power Press Publishing publishes books on recovery, spirituality, and personal growth and is a resource for books on the ancient wisdom of the I Ching.

Representatives: author/editor: Patricia Spadaro; author: Chris Prentiss and Pax Prentiss; editorial: Rachael Basely

PowerScore Test Preparation

Booth: 4231

Co. description: Test preparation publisher—LSAT, GMAT, GRE, ACT, SAT, and more.

Representatives: publications manager: Bekki Sarah Cait; general manager: Adam Brinker; CEO: David M. Killoran; director of marketing: Amanda Smythe; development director: Nicolay Siclunov

Prestel Publishing

Booth: 3584

Co. description: Founded in 1924 and with over 500 English titles in print, Prestel publishes books on art, architecture, design, and photography, and has offices in Munich, London, and New York. Prestel distributes Die Gestalten Verlag, Distanz Schirmer/Mosel, Loft, Periscope, and Lars Muller Publishers.

Representatives: sales and marketing director: Stephen Hulburt; marketing and special sales director: Raya Thoma; publicist: Samantha Waller; publisher, DelMonico Books: Mary DelMonico; executive editor: Karen Levine

Prestige Media Productions

Booth: 4583

Co. description:

Representatives: author: William Michael Barbee; administrative assistant: Beth A. Kelly

Show specials/galleys: Free bags and bookmarks.

Princeton Architectual Press

Booth: 4022

Show specials/galleys: Instant: The Story of Polaroid by Christopher Bonanos.

Princeton University Press

Booth: 3429

Representatives: subsidiary rights manager: Shaquona Crews; digital sales director: Priscilla Treadwell

Show specials/galleys: Through the Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of Christianity in the West, 350–550 A.D. by Peter Brown; The Story of America: Essays on Origins by Jill Lepore; The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking by Edward B. Burger and Michael Starbird; Heart of Darkness: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Invisible Universe by Jeremiah P. Ostriker and Simon Mitton; The Quest for Prosperity: How Developing Economies Can Take Off by Justin Yifu Lin.

Prometheus Books

Booth: 2934

Co. description: Leading independent publisher of books on popular science, politics, social sciences, religion, psychology, current events, health, biographies, education, children’s titles, and more. Pyr, an imprint of Prometheus, publishes literary works of science fiction and fantasy.

Publishers Association of the United Kingdom

Booth: 3565

Co. description: The PA, in association with U.K. Trade and Investment, is offering visiting U.K. companies without a stand an area to meet.

Representatives: manager, overseas trade fairs: Gloria Bailey

Publishers Group West

Booth: 4140

Co. description: Full-service distribution for over 100 publishers

Publishers Weekly

Booth: 3153

Co. description: Publishers Weekly is the international magazine for book publishing and bookselling. The weekly print magazine includes reviews, news, analysis, and features. PW Daily is a daily e-mail newsletter that covers breaking news events, while the Publishers Weekly Web site contains a plethora of information on all aspects of the industry. Other e-mail newsletters include Children’s Bookshelf, Comics World, Cooking the Books, Religion Book Line, and Tip Sheet.

Representatives: president/owner: George Slowik Jr; publisher: Cevin Bryerman; regional sales representatives: Joe Murray, Ted Olczak, and Tory Abel

Show specials/galleys: free copies of PW Show Daily, a daily newspaper covering the BEA, will be available at the booth.

Booth: 3151

Co. description: Online community for publishers, agents/agencies, authors and illustrators for year-round networking with potential business partners from around the world. Post your books, manuscripts and sample work, and browse other available works. Now translated into 11 languages.

Representatives: owners: Jon Malinowski and George Slowik Jr.


Booth: DZ2306

Co. description: Qbend, located in Dubuque, Iowa, focuses on delivering digital content (e-books) across multiple formats to computers and e-readers currently in the market. The company is in the business of helping publishers and distributors to publish and distribute e-books in the most cost-effective manner from their own custom-branded Web store.

Quadrille Publishing Ltd.

Booth: RC115

Co. description: Quadrille Publishing is a publisher of high-quality illustrated nonfiction in the areas of food and drink, health and beauty, interiors, crafts, gardening, MBS, and gift.

Quayside Publishing Group

Booth: 3721

Co. description: Quayside Publishing Group represents a group of imprints dedicated to providing quality and excellence to its readers: Cool Springs Press, Creative Publishing, Fair Winds Press, Motorbooks, MVP Books, Quarry Books, Quiver, Racepoint Publishing, Rockport Publishers, Voyageur Press, Walter Foster Publishing, Zenith Press; book sales and Quayside Distribution Services.

Quest Books

Booth: 4152A

Co. description: This imprint of the Theosophical Publishing House, Theosophical Society in America, is distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West. Adult nonfiction: spirituality, Western esotericism, new science, consciousness, world religions, alternative health and personal growth.

Representatives: publisher: Nicole Smoley; publicist: Jessica Salasek

Quirk Books

Booth: 3848

Co. description: A publisher of “impractical reference and irreverent nonfiction.”

Representatives: president and publisher: David Borgenicht; senior director of sales: Moneka Hewlett; manager, licensing and subrights: Mia Amato

Rainbow e-books

Booth: 3382

Co. description: Rainbow e-books is an online community e-bookstore dealing exclusively in gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer e-book titles.

Random House

Booth: 3940

Show specials/galleys: The Twelve by Justin Cronin; The Inn at Rose Harbor by Debbie Macomber; The Age of Miracles by Karen Walker Thompson; A Wanted Man by Lee Child; Thomas Jefferson by Jon Meacham.

In-booth events: All the authors above will be doing signings in the booth, as will Karin Slaughter and Victor LaValle.

Reader’s Digest Trade Publishing

Booth: 3667

Co. description: Reader’s Digest Trade Publishing and Reader’s Digest Children’s Books are part of Reader’s Digest Association. Reader’s Digest books specialize in advice in cooking, home repair, health, and general reference. Reader’s Digest Children’s Books presents classic tales and favorite movie and TV characters in book (print and e-) form.

Representatives: president and publisher: Harold Clarke; v-p, associate publisher: Rosanne McManus; creative director: Julia Sabbagh; v-p, director, sales and marketing: Stacey Ashton; assistant director, marketing: Veronica Gonzalez

Show specials/galleys: Digest Diet by Liz Vaccariello.

Booth: 3143

Co. description: ReadHowYouWant partners with publishers to provide content in a full range of alternative formats, including large print, downloadable braille, and DAISY, e-books, and specialized formats for readers with disabilities. RHYW provides sales channel support, and distribution through Amazon, Ingram, and the company’s Web site.

Recorded Books

Booth: 4464

Co. description: Recorded Books produces and distributes unabridged audiobooks and other audio products direct to public and university libraries. Over 10,000 titles are available for adults, children, and young adults in all formats, including digital download through OneClickdigital.

Red Hen Press

Booth: 2051

Co. description: Red Hen Press is a nonprofit literary publisher specializing in fiction, literary nonfiction, and poetry. Notable authors include Ron Carlson, David Maine, Percival Everett, Judy Grahn, Brian Doyle, Blase Bonpane, Willis Barnstone, Peggy Shumaker, Chris Abani, Eloise Klein Healy, David Mason, Katharine Coles, John Barr, and Camille Dungy.

Representatives: publisher: Mark E. Cull; managing editor: Kate Gale; development associate: Chris Konish; marketing associate: William Goldstein; publicist: Deanna Plummer

Red Phoenix Books

Booth: 2057

Co. description: A small publishers dedicated to science learning; environmental fiction; multicultural and historical fiction; steampunk and cotton-gin punk; otherworldly romance.

Show specials/galleys: 8% off e-books only

Red Rock Press

Booth: 2942

Co. description: Red Rock Press is an independent publisher of humorous, illustrated gift books for adults and kids. Red Rock will host a cocktails and cookies tasting on Wed. at 3:30 p.m. with Kelly Cooper, author of the upcoming Cookies for Grown-Ups.

Representatives: Creative director: Ilene Barth

Show specials/galleys: Timeless Vietnam by Canh Tang, with an introduction by Peter Yarrow (advance photo sampler in lieu of a full galley).

Red Wheel/Weiser

Booth: 4368

Co. description: The Weiser Books imprint offers a range of ancient esoterica to cutting-edge ideas, while Conari Press specializes in books that inspire readers to find meaning, change lives, and change the world. Red Wheel/Weiser also distributes Hampton Roads and other publishers, including Hierophant Publishing, Nicolas-Hays/Ibis Press, Ozark Mountain Publishing, Connections Book Publishing, and the Witches’ Almanac.

Representatives: publisher: Jan Johnson; president: Michael Kerber; director of marketing and digital: Bonni Hamilton; associate publisher, Hampton Roads: Greg Brandenburgh; publicist: Pat Rose

Show specials/galleys: 5% discount and free freight.

Reel Art Press Ltd.

Booth: 2950

Co. description: Reel Art Press specializes in the production of high-end coffee-table publications.

Regal/Gospel Light

Booth: 4182

Co. description: Regal Books is a religious book publisher that endeavors to build bridges from the Church to the mainstream.

Regent Publishing Services

Booth: 3733

Co. description: Representing the Hong Kong–based book-manufacturing industry for over 20 years, packagers and publishers of all sizes use Regent for CTP, reprographic services, printing, binding, assembly, and shipping.

Regnery Publishing

Booth: 3917

Co. description: Since 1947, Regnery has been a leading conservative publisher. Regnery publishes books in the fields of current affairs, politics, history, culture, and biography, and now a new children’s imprint. Includes Regnery History and Little Patriot Press imprints. Regnery is distributed by Perseus.

Representatives: president and publisher: Marji Ross; marketing director: Jeanne Crotty.

Reliance Printing (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd.

Booth: 3168

Co. description: Manufacturer of casebound and paperback books, concealed and semi-concealed wire-o books, saddle-stitched books, as well as calendars, magazines, and catalogues.

Representatives: director: Wilma Ho

Ripley Entertainment

Booth: 3558

Co. description: Ripley Entertainment Inc., is the owner of the famous trademark Ripley’s Believe It or Not! As world authority on the unbelievable, the company offers its archives of the strange and unusual through books, television shows, tourist attractions, merchandise, a motion picture, and the worldwide syndication of its daily newspaper cartoon.

Show specials/galleys: Download the Weird by Geoff Tibballs.

River North Editions

Booth: 2740

Co. description: A division of IPG, River North Editions comprises distinguished academic and university presses from around the world and offers a selection of titles in a broad range of categories, including Chinese studies, business, literary fiction, film studies, political and social sciences, and women’s studies.

Representatives: v-p, academic and digital marketing: Paul Murphy

Rizzoli International Publications

Booth: 3969

Co. description: Rizzoli New York publishes elegantly designed and produced quality illustrated editions on architecture, design, the fine and decorative arts, and lifestyle. Universe Publishing publishes exciting visual books on a variety of popular and cutting-edge subjects. In addition, Rizzoli International Publications distributes an international selection of illustrated publications from Flammarion, Skira, Marsilio, PIE Books, and Hardie Grant.

Representatives: president and CEO: Marco Ausenda; v-p & director of marketing and sales: Jennifer Pierson; v-p and publisher: Charles Miers; director of special sales: Tracy Petitt; sales and marketing manager, Rizzoli: John Deen

Romance Writers of America

Booth: 3784

Co. description: Stop by the Romance Writers of America booth to learn more about the romance genre and engaging the romance readers in your community.

Representatives: executive director: Allison Kelley; president: Linda Winstead Jones; president-elect: Sylvia Day; professional relations manager: Carol Ritter; dducation manager: Stephani Fry

Show specials/galleys: In-booth signings: Linda Winstead Jones signing (Tues., 9 a.m.); Cara Elliot signing (Tues., 11 a.m.); Eloisa James signing (Tues., 12 p.m.); Caridad Piñeiro signing (Tues., 1 p.m.); Leslie Parrish signing (Tues., 2 p.m.); Maya Rodale signing (Tues., 3 p.m.); Diane Kelly signing (Wed., 9:30 a.m.); Sara Humphreys signing (Wed., 10:30 a.m.); Geri Krotow signing (Wed., 11:30 a.m.); Gwynne Forster signing (Wed., 1 p.m.); Sarah MacLean signing (Wed., 2 p.m.); Jeri Smith-Ready signing (Thurs., 9:30 a.m.); Lisa Verge Higgins signing (Thurs. 10:30 a.m.); Leanna Renee Hieber signing (Thurs., 11:30 a.m.).

Rosen Publishing

Booth: 3133

Co. description: New print and digital resources from Rosen include 350 new print titles as well as a new interactive digital citizenship e-book program.

Representatives: president: Roger Rosen; vice-president: Gina Strazzabosco-Hayn

Rowman & Littlefield Publishing

Booth: 3758

Co. description: The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc. is one of the fastest growing independent publishers and distributors in North America; it is also an independent press with more than a dozen imprints in the humanities and social sciences fields.

Show specials/galleys: Joanna Martine Woolfolk, a well-known astrologer whose book The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need has sold more than 750,000 copies, will be in the booth on Tuesday at 2 p.m. to promote her new series of books on the 12 sun signs. Matthew Silverman, author of Best Mets: Fifty Years of Highs and Lows from New York’s Most Agonizingly Amazin’ Team will be in-booth at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. This is the 50th anniversary season of the Mets.

Read Russia Pavilion

Booth: 2424

Companies in the pavilion: Avtograf Publishing; Molodaya Gvardiya; G.P. Donkovtsev Orenburg; Academia Rossica; Ad Marginem Press; Alive Book LLC; Almanac Rubezh; Armchair Scientist; Art Union Author’s Manuscript Books; AST; Author’s Center RADATS; Azbooka-Atticus; Department of Media and Advertising, City of Moscow; Detgiz; Eksmo; Falanster; Federal Agency of Railway Transportation; Glas New Russian Writing; Ripol Classic Ltd.; Guild of Book-Dealers; Heter (publishing house of Tatarstan Republic); Iskusstvo SPB (Art SPB) Publishing House; Iskusstvo XXI; Ivan Limbakh Publishing House; Knigabyte; Knizhniki Publishers; KompasGid; LIC Information & Publishing Agency Ltd.; Limbus Press; Literature and Publishing Agency SovA; LitRes; LLC Publishing House Vremya; Mozaika Sintez; Natasha Kozmenko Booksellers; National Library of Russia; Olga Morozova; Phantom Press; Pink Giraffe; Piotrovsky; Prosveshcheniye Publishers; Publishing Center Elima; Veshnie Vody; Zaman; Rosspen; OLMA Media Group; Russion State Library; Samokat Publishing; State Public Historical Library of Russia; Text Publishers Ltd.; The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Centre; The Russian Book Union; The Russian Library Association; The State Unitary Enterprise of the Republic of Tatarstan; University/Higher School of Economics; Veksler; Ves Mir.

Russian Federal Agency for Press & Mass Communication

Booth: 2624

Ryland Peters & Small Ltd.

Booth: 4235

Co. description: Ryland Peters & Small and CICO Books publish books on interiors, cooking, New Age topics, gardening, crafts, mother and child, weddings, and mind, body, spirit, as well as a full line of stationery.

Representatives: v-p of North American sales: Kevin Haas; director of special sales: Lynda Zuber Sassi; sales coordinator: Sandra Ng; sales rep manager: Daphne Davalie; sales administrator: Donna Brown

Show specials/galleys: free freight with 20 books.

SAGE Publications

Booth: RC94

Co. description: SAGE Publications is an independent international book and journal publisher in social sciences, technology, and medicine. Corwin Press is the premier publisher of professional learning resources for pre-k–12 educators. CQ Press is the leading publisher of books and directories on American politics, federal and state government, American institutions, campaigns and elections, current events, and world affairs.

Representatives: senior licensing manager: Anna Termine; channel sales manager: Timothy MacPhee

San Francisco Writers Conference

Booth: 4381

Co. description: Writer’s conferences, educational programs, and writing/publishing events. The annual San Francisco Writers Conference at the Mark Hopkins Hotel helps writers get published. Writing for Change is for nonfiction writers who want their writing to succeed.

Santillana Ediciones Generales

Booth: 3359

Co. description: General interest books from Mexico.

Santillana USA Publishing Company

Booth: 3254

Co. description: Spanish-language literature and reference material published by a company with a home office in Miami. Fiction, social/political nonfiction, essays, health/spirituality titles, children’s books, and reference.

Representatives: director, general books division: Silvia Matute; editor, general books division: Casandra Badillo; account representatives: Deyanira Navarrete and Veronica Cervera; president & CEO: Miguel Tapia

SCB Distributors

Booth: 4214

Co. description: SCB Distributors is a full-service North American trade book distributor for over 140 independent publishers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia.

Representatives: general manager: Victor Duran; sales and marketing manager: Gabriel Wilmoth; editorial: Molly Maguire

Show specials/galleys: 5% discount.

Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 3748

Co. description: Schiffer Publishing Ltd. is an independent, family-owned and operated publishing company located in southeastern Pennsylvania. Schiffer has been in business for 37 years and currently has over 4700 titles in print, with roughly 250 new releases per year across various areas of special interest.

Representatives: president: Pete N. Schiffer; sales: Joseph Langman; marketing director: Stacey McNutt; editor: Nancy Schiffer; editor: Doug Congdon-Martin


Booth: 3439

Co. description: Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education, and media company, has a corporate mission supported through all of its divisions of helping children around the world to read and learn. Scholastic has created products and services that educate, entertain, and motivate children and are designed to help enlarge their understanding of the world around them.

Representatives: president, trade publishing: Ellie Berger; v-p of sales: Alan Smagler; v-p of marketing: Stacy Lellos; v-p of publicity: Tracy van Straaten; v-p and group publisher, trade: Lori Benton

Show specials/galleys: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (Scholastic Press); Infinity Ring by James Dashner (Scholastic); Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Return of Tippy Tinkletrousers by Dav Pilkey (Scholastic); Undead by Kirsty McKay (Chicken House); Stealing Air by Trent Reedy (Arthur A. Levine Books)

School Zone Publishing Co.

Booth: 2858

Co. description: For 30 years, School Zone has been a leader in children’s educational products, from the bestselling Get Ready series to award-winning software. School Zone continues to offer a full line of educational materials for parents, teachers, and children.

Show specials/galleys: $25 net equals free freight.

Scientific Publishing

Booth: 4655

Co. description: Scientific Publishing Ltd. is a publisher of anatomical wall charts, anatomical flip charts, and anatomical atlases illustrating general anatomy and pathology. Anatomical models and custom publishing programs are also available.

Self-Counsel Press Inc.

Booth: 3758

Co. description: Self-Counsel Press provides high-quality business and legal self-help titles.

Sellers Publishing

Booth: 3679

Co. description: Sellers Publishing publishes trade and gift books, calendars, and RSVP greeting cards.

Show specials/galleys: In-booth signings by authors Elizabeth Antoine, Dr. Paula Bloom, and Maryjane Fahey.

Seven Stories Press

Booth: 4050

Co. description: Founded in 1995, Seven Stories Press publishes literary and political authors with “voices of conscience.” While most widely known for its books on politics, human rights, and social and economic justice, Seven Stories continues to champion literature, with a list encompassing both debut novels and National Book Award–winning poetry collections, as well as prose and poetry in translation.

Severn House Publishers

Booth: RC96

Co. description: Severn House specializes in hardcover fiction titles, mainly for the library market and mostly by well-known and well-borrowed authors with existing hardcover track records.

Representatives: chairman: Edwin Buckhalter; sales and marketing: Michelle Duff

Shadow Mountain

Booth: 3039

Co. description: Shadow Mountain is a U.S. publisher committed to providing books (print, electronic, and audio) that offer values-based messages for readers of all ages. It has built its reputation on publishing quality children’s fantasy, but also numbers among its titles bestsellers in the inspiration, fiction, seasonal, history, and business genres. In 2012, Shadow Mountain introduced its Proper Romance brand for romance novels.

Shambhala Publications Inc.

Booth: 4248

Sharjah Department of Culture and Information

Booth: 4014

Co. description: Started in 1982, the department promotes good reading habits by providing quality books at good prices.

Sheridan Books

Booth: 2940

Co. description: Self-publishers and professional publishers turn to Sheridan Books for personal book manufacturing services. A variety of short to medium-run printing options (sheetfed and web offset, and Digital Print Advantage) allows customers to sell more books by printing any quantity required. File conversion to popular e-book formats and a variety of e-book distribution options are available.

Representatives: sales representative: Rebecca Humrich; sales manager: Mary Heim; president and COO: Mike Seagram; sales representatives: Michael Rosen and Bill Puccio

Siglo XXI Editores

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on general interest topics, literature, poetry, and professional/educational.

Silver Dolphin Books

Booth: 3322

Co. description: Silver Dolphin Books publishes high-quality novelty, books-plus, and activity-based education books for preschoolers to 12-year-olds.

Silvermine International Books LLC

Booth: 2948

Co. description: Silvermine International Books is a full-service book and sideline marketing company that represents, warehouses, and distributes for publishers in the North American market. Silvermine specializes in non-U.S., Spanish-language publishers, and promotes through all bookselling, wholesale, on-line, trade show, and specialized venues.

Simon & Schuster Inc.

Booth: 3657

Co. description: Simon & Schuster, a part of the CBS Corporation, publishes broadly across its many divisions—Simon & Schuster Adult, Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, Simon & Schuster Audio, Simon & Schuster Digital, and international companies in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.


Show specials/galleys: Adult—Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan; Chanel Bonfire Wendy Lawless; The Light Between the Oceans by M.L. Stedman; In the Shadow of the Banyan by Vaddey Ratner; Truth in Advertising by John Kenney. Children’s—The Blessed by Tonya Hurley; Poison Princess by Kresley Cole; Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger. In-booth signings: Jennifer Weiner signing (Tues., 9:30 a.m.); RL Stine signing (Tues., 11:00 a.m.); William Joyce signing (Tues., 12:30 p.m.); Peter Brown signing (Tues., 2:00 p.m.); Ruth Rendell signing (Tues., 3:30 p.m.); Becca Fitzpatrick signing (Wed., 9:30 a.m.); Tim Gunn signing (Wed., 11:00 a.m.); Karen Kingsbury signing (Wed., 12:30 p.m.); Rachael Ray signing (Wed., 2:00 p.m.); Carla Hall signing (Wed., 3:30 p.m.); Kirstie Alley signing (Thurs., 10:00 a.m.).

Skyhorse Publishing

Booth: 3421

Co. description: Skyhorse Publishing, named one of America’s fastest-growing small publishers by Publishers Weekly in March 2011, is an independent book publisher launching nearly 600 new titles a year in a wide range of categories. Imprints are Skyhorse (general trade books), Arcade (literature and history), Allworth (books for artists), Sports Publishing (sports books), and Sky Pony Press (children’s books).

Representatives: director of special sales: Kathryn Mennone

Sleeping Bear Press

Booth: 3548

Co. description: Sleeping Bear Press is dedicated to producing distinctive picture books with rich content that will spark children’s interest and encourage them to be lifelong readers.

Representatives: publisher: Heather Hughes; senior publicist: Audrey Mitnick; v-p trade publishing: Jill Lectka; sales manager: Susan Pope; sales director: David Swan

Show specials/galleys: The Quilt Walk by Sandra Dallas; Scout by Scott McMillan; No Year of the Cat by Mary Dodson Wade, illustrated by Nicole Wong; Smudge and the Book of Mistakes: A Christmas Story by Gloria Whelan, illustrated by Stephen Costanza.

Small Demons

Booth: 4250

Representatives: CEO: Valla Vakili; v-p, content and community: Richard Nash

Small Press United

Booth: 2740

Co. description: A division of IPG, Small Press United (SPU) is a book distribution service created to meet the needs of small and startup publishers. With dozens of sales representatives in the U.S. and Canada, SPU sells books to chain and independent bookstores, wholesalers, librarians, the gift and specialty markets, and online retailers.

Representatives: list development manager: Richard Williams

Show specials/galleys: 25 or more backlist titles earns 5% discount.


Booth: 3370

Co. description: Founded by media pioneer Tavis Smiley in 2004 as a copublishing venture with Hay House Inc., SmileyBooks is a general trade book publisher that specializes in quality nonfiction.

Representatives: president and associate publisher: Cheryl Woodruff; publicity and marketing director: Leshelle Sargent; editorial and design: Thomas Louie

Soho Press Inc.

Booth: 3949

Co. description: Soho Press Inc. an independent press established in 1986, publishes literary fiction and nonfiction. The Soho Crime imprint focuses on procedurals set in exotic locales. Soho Press has published books by Edwidge Danticat, Cara Black, Peter Lovesey, Stuart Neville, Robert Hellenga, Colin Cotterill, Susan Richards, Garth Stein, Stephen Fry, Jacqueline Winspear, Dolores Phillips, and Hugh Laurie.

Sounds True Publishing

Booth: 3366

Co. description: Sounds True is an independent multimedia publisher based in Boulder, Colo., with over 1,000 titles in spoken-word audio, books, music, DVDs, interactive learning kits, and online courses for wellness, personal transformation and spiritual awakening. Sounds True is the exclusive distributor of the Relaxation Company.

Show specials/galleys: A Unified Theory of Happiness by Andrea Polard; Living Nonviolent Communication by Marshall Rosenberg; Music Medicine by Christine Stevens; Free Your Voice by Silvia Nakkach and Valerie Carpenter; The Path of Centering Prayer by David Frenette.

Sourcebooks Inc.

Booth: 4112

Co. description: Sourcebooks is an independent publishing house dedicated to sharing its passion for books in a wide variety of genres, including fiction, romance, children’s, YA, and college bound. Sourcebooks publishes over 300 new titles each year, and have racked up 28 New York Times bestsellers.

Show specials/galleys: Reporting the Revolution by Todd Andrlik (blad giveaway); The Ruins of Lace by Iris Anthony; A Place Called Armageddon by C.C. Humphreys; Before Versailles by Karleen Koen; Entice by Jessica Shirvington; Nothing Special by Geoff Herbach; Who I Kissed by Janet Gurtler; Stealing Parker by Miranda Kinneally; Lies that Bind by Lisa Roecker and Laura Roecker. Orders of two or more titles will receive 5% discount and free freight.


Booth: 3258

Co. description: Combined Book Exhibit to aid publisher’s representation.

Representatives: president: Jon Malinowski; editorial and marketing director: Seth Dellon; marketing: Peter Birch; international events coordinator: Janet Fritsch

Spain/Federation of Spanish Publishers Guilds

Booth: 3257

Co. description: The federation represents the Spanish publishing sector and aims to represent, manage, enhance, and defend the general interest of the Spanish publishing sector on a national, European, and international level.

Representatives: foreign trade director: Maricruz Moreno

Spanish Publishers LLC

Booth: 3357

Co. description: U.S. bestsellers in Spanish and bestselling Hispanic authors in all categories, including general adult trade, romance, self-help, inspirational, young adult, children, personal growth, alternative health, metaphysical and esoteric, spirituality, sexuality, biographies and memoirs, parenting and family, number puzzles, and nonfiction.

Representatives: president: Lucia Laratelli

Show specials/galleys: 1% discount and free shipping on all orders placed at BEA.

Spencer Hill Press

Booth: 4447

Co. description: Spencer Hill Press is an independent publishing house that specializes in sci-fi, urban fantasy, and paranormal romance for teens and young adults.

Representatives: editors: Trisha Wooldridge, Richard Storrs, Kate Kaynak, and Vikki Ciaffone


Booth: 4058

Co. description: Springer is a leading global scientific publisher, delivering quality content through innovative information products and services. Springer consists of 60 publishing houses in 20 countries in Europe, Asia, and the U.S. Products range across all media for high-quality content. Springer produces more than 6,500 new book titles and 2,000 journals every year in the STM sector; backlist of 45,000+ titles. The Springer eBook Collection contains more than 50,000 titles available on our Web site.

Representatives: senior trade sales manager: Stephany Le; account manager, trade sales: Teri Yoshiuchi; product manager, trade market: Matthew Giannotti

St. Martin’s

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Founded in 1952 by Macmillan in London, St. Martin’s Press is one of the largest publishers in America. From its home in the Flatiron Building in New York, St. Martin’s publishes books under several imprints, including St. Martin’s Press, St. Martin’s Paperbacks, Griffin, Minotaur, and Thomas Dunne Books.

Show specials/galleys: The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny (Minotaur Books); Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend by Matthew Dicks (SMP); The Forgetting Tree by Tatjana Soli (SMP); A Foreign Country by Charles Cumming (SMP); A Killer in the Hills by Julia Keller (Minotaur Books). In-booth events: Tues., June 5, 4 p.m., have a glass a wine with bestselling author Kitty Kelly, who will promote her new book, Capturing Camelot: Stanley Tretick’s Iconic Images of the Kennedys (Thomas Dunne Books).

Stackpole Books

Booth: 3452

Co. description: Stackpole Books is a trade book publisher with an 80-year history of publishing outdoor sports, nature, crafts, history, military reference, and regional titles. Strong in fly fishing, nature guides, military history, and military reference, Stackpole publishes 100 new titles a year and has a backlist of 1,500 titles.

Representatives: vice-president and publisher: Judith Schnell; rights manager: Mark Allison; sales manager: Kathy Warren; sales manager: Sarah Wolf; editor: Chris Evans

Show specials/galleys: 4% on all show orders of 1–24 books; 5% on 25 or more.

Standard Publishing

Booth: 2967

Co. description: Christian publisher of bestselling children’s books (including the Baby Blessings & Gigantic Coloring Book lines), Christian living titles, Standard Rainbow Study Bible, and other Bible reference/resource material.

Steerforth Press

Booth: 4048A

Co. description: Steerforth is a general interest publisher of adult literature with concentrations in popular history, true crime, and quality fiction. Sales and distribution through Random House.

Representatives: publisher: Chip Fleischer; sales and foreign rights director: Helga Schmidt

Steidl Publishers

Booth: 2324

Co. description: Books on contemporary photography, fine arts, architecture, and interior design.

Steiner Books

Booth: 3546

Co. description: Steiner Books publishes and distributes books on spirituality, psychology, education, religion, and the works of Rudolf Steiner. Steiner is the distributor for Lantern Books, publishers of books on animal advocacy, vegetarianism, and the environment, and Chiron Publications, publishers of books on psychology.

Sterling Publishing

Booth: 3729

Co. description: Sterling books cover a broad range of subject areas including: current events, diet and health, parenting, popular culture, reference, history, art, music, YA and adult fiction.

Show specials/galleys: Blackhouse by Peter May; Horten’s Incredible Illusions by Lissa Evans; Tiger’s Destiny by Colleen Houck

Storey Publishing

Booth: 4158

Co. description: Storey Publishing is a leading publisher of books for country living with a focus on gardening, cooking, building, nature, horsemanship, animal husbandry, crafts, and home reference books. Distributed to the trade by Workman Publishing.

Show specials/galleys: Eating Aliens by Jackson Landers. In-booth events: signings of Hot Sauce! by Jennifer Trainer Thompson (2:30 p.m.Tues.); Grow Your Handmade Business by Kari Chapin (10:30 a.m.Wed.); Improv Sewing by Nicole Blum and Debra Immergut (2:30 p.m.Thurs.).

Summit University Press

Booth: 3758

Co. description: Summit University Press has been publishing books in the fields of spirituality and personal growth since 1975. A wide selection of its titles have been translated into a total of 31 languages. Summit University Press Español was created in 2012 to bring titles to Hispanic readers worldwide.

Representatives: director: Norman N. Millman; production manager: Christopher Allen

Show specials/galleys: free giveaways of English and Spanish editions of new Gardens of the Heart.

Swordpen Publishers

Booth: 2260

Representatives: illustrator: Lisa Griffin; Debi Coules; creative director: Michael Visnov; illustrator and art director: Dan Fernandez; editor: Avrahom Lewinson


Booth: 3906a

Tanglewood Publishing

Booth: 4249A

Co. description: Tanglewood Press is a small, independent-minded children’s book publisher, devoted to publishing kidcentric books that will encourage reading for pleasure.


Booth: 3857

Co. description: The Taunton Press has been a specialist publisher in home building and design, gardening, woodworking, fiber arts, and cooking since 1975. Taunton Press is a privately held multi-media publishing company headquartered in Newtown, Conn.

Representatives: director, trade sales and marketing: Allison Hollett; v-p, single copy sales: Jay Annis; senior national account manager: John Bacigalupi; marketing manager: Audrey Locorotondo

Taylor Trade Publishing

Booth: 3758

Co. description: A trade imprint of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group dedicated to publishing books on gardening, history, entertainment, sports, health, cookbooks, self-help and Texana. Distributed by National Book Network.

Teacher Created Materials Publishing

Booth: 3154

Co. description: Teacher Created Materials, a California-based publishing company with worldwide distribution, publishes research- and standards-based educational resources for k–12 classrooms. Specializing in supplemental materials and professional development training, Teacher Created Materials provides classroom-tested products for all areas of the curriculum to educators around the globe.

Representatives: international vice-president: Jeff Arkell.

Teacher Created Resources

Booth: 2770

Co. description: Teacher Created Resources is known for quality books created by teachers, for teachers and parents. TCR’s books are used in early childhood, elementary, and middle school classrooms and cover all areas of the curriculum. It also sells full-color products such as bulletin board sets, name plates, awards, incentive charts, name tags, notepads, and stickers.

Representatives: v-p of sales and marketing: Pat O’Brien; sales: Sarah Smith; sales: Darin Smith; sales: Mary Smith; sales representative: Bob Steinman

Teachers College Press

Booth: 3253

Co. description: For over a century, Teachers College Press has been committed to addressing the ideas that matter most to educators. Authors include seasoned practitioners and scholars as well as fresh new talent from around the world.

Representatives: Assistant director: Leyli Shayegan; publicist: Beverly Rivero; subrights manager: Libby Powell

Show specials/galleys: free shipping with purchase of five or more titles, mixed or single title.

Tectum Publishers

Booth: 2324

Co. description: After more than 10 years, Tectum Publishers continues with its trademark coffee-table books.

Texas Bookman

Booth: 4331

Co. description: Texas Bookman offers trade and scholarly remainders as well as reprints from around the world. Specializing in the visual and performing arts, literary studies, history, science, children’s, cooking, and crafts.

Representatives: sales manager: Kelley Robinson; sales: Mark Wren; sales: Hillary Higgins

Thames & Hudson

Booth: 3422

Co. description: Renowned international publisher of illustrated books on art, architecture, decorative arts, design, fashion, photography, travel, history, archeology, and natural history, as well as books for children.

Representatives: vice-president: Susan Dwyer; president: Will Balliett; managing director, U.K.: Jamie Camplin; publicity director: Tiffany McKenna

Show specials/galleys: Featured titles: Comics Sketchbooks, Joseph Cornell’s Manual of Marvels, Gaudí Pop-Ups, Jewelry by Chanel, The Book of Kells. In-booth event: Annik LaFarge will be leading tours of the High Line and discussing her book On the High Line on June 5 and June 6.

The Experiment

Booth: 4158

Co. description: An independent publisher, launched in 2009, focused on a wide range of nonfiction, including food and cooking, health and fitness, psychology and personal development, parenting, relationships, sexuality, personal finance, popular science and nature, and biography.

Representatives: CFO and COO: Peter Burri; publicity and marketing manager: Jack Palmer; president and publisher: Matthew Lore; editor: Cara Bedick

The Storymatic

Booth: 4642

Co. description: The Storymatic is a writing prompt, a teaching tool, a parlor game ,and a toy, all in one little box. No wires. No screens. No batteries. Perfect for writers, kids, parents, teachers, artists, and anyone who loves stories. Ideal for road trips. Made in U.S.A.

Representatives: management: Vaune Trachtman

Show specials: The Storymatic and the Storymatic Kids demos all day.

Theatre Communications Group

Booth: 3905

Co. description: New for TCG’s 50th anniversary: The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism & Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures and Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes: Twentieth Anniversary Edition by Tony Kushner; Good People by David Lindsay-Abaire; The Color of Desire/Hurricane by Nilo Cruz; Book of Grace by Suzan-Lori Parks; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark by Lynn Nottage; The Vermont Plays by Annie Baker.

Thomas Nelson Bargain Books

Booth: 4421

Co. description: Thomas Nelson is the leading publisher of Bibles and inspirational books including reference, Christian living, gift, fiction, children’s, Spanish, and general interest.

Thunder Bay Press

Booth: 3322

Co. description: Thunder Bay Press publishes highly illustrated nonfiction books.

Timber Press

Booth: 4158

Co. description: Timber Press is a Portland, Ore.–based publisher of books on gardening, horticulture, sustainability, and the Pacific Northwest. This season, Timber is featuring The Roots of Our Obsession; The Layered Garden; Keshiki Bonsai; The Making of Marijuana; and Why Grow That When You Can Grow This.

Time Home Entertainment Inc.

Booth: 3639

Representatives: sales director: Tom Mifsud

Tin-house Magazine & Books

Booth: 4149A

Co. description: Tin-house magazine and Tin-house Books publish creative work by established and emerging writers.

Top That! Publishing

Booth: 2468

Co. description: A publisher of highly illustrated children’s storybooks, books-plus, nonfiction, adult gift products and e-books and apps for children aged up to 13 for the international co-edition market. We also create custom own-brand book and gift products for publishers and retailers around the world.

Representatives: managing director: David Henderson; sales director: David Greggor; v-p of sales in North America: Katie Arora

Tor Books and Forge Books

Booth: 3358

Co. description: Tor Books and Forge Books are imprints of Tom Doherty Associates. Tor is a renowned publisher of science fiction and fantasy (including graphic novels). Forge publishes fiction and nonfiction in a variety of genres, including Spur award–winning westerns, mysteries, thrillers, women’s fiction, and historicals.

Show specials/galleys: Gift of Fire and On the Head of a Pin by Walter Mosley (Tor Books); Fallen Masters by John Edward (Tor Books); An Echo Through the Snow by Andrea Thalasinos (Forge Books); The Other Woman by Hank Phillippi Ryan (Forge Books). In-booth events: Walter Mosley signing (Tuesday, June 5, 2 p.m.); An Echo Through the Snow galley giveaway (Tuesday, June 5, 3 p.m.; Hank Phillippi Ryan signing (Wednesday, June 6, 9:30 a.m.); Fallen Masters galley giveaway (Wednesday, June 6, 2 p.m.).

Trafalgar Square Publishing

Booth: 2740

Co. description: Through IPG, Trafalgar Square Publishing is the leading U.S. distributor of British and Australian publishers, including Allen & Unwin, Atlantic Books UK, Aurum Press, Canongate Books, John Blake, Headline Book Publishing, Hodder & Stoughton, Lion UK, Little, Brown Book Group, Little Hare Books, Macmillan UK, Michael O’Mara Books, Orion Publishing, Random House Australia, Random House UK, Simon & Schuster UK, Tindal Street Press, and Transworld Publishers.

Representatives: Publishing director: Brooke O’Donnell; marketing manager: Melanie Welch; president: Mark Suchomel

Transaction Publishers

Booth: 4210

Co. description: Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Transaction Publishers is a major independent publisher of social scientific books, periodicals, and serials. Transaction’s mission is scholarly and professional inquiry into the nature of society, with a focus on core disciplines such as economics, political science, history, sociology, anthropology, and psychology, as well as recently established disciplines, including urban studies, policy analysis, and criminology.

Representatives: marketing/trade shows: Ellen Largay-McConnell; marketing manager: Mindy Waizer; president: Mary E. Curtis; marketing assistant: Nehama Verter; marketing associate: Aileen Bryant-Allen

Trilce Ediciones

Booth: 3359

Co. description: Books from Mexico on literature and poetry.

Trinity University Press

Booth: 4246

Co. description: Publishes books about nature, landscape, and the environment; architecture and urban studies; literature and Southwestern regional interest.

Representatives: associate director: Tom Payton; marketing coordinator: Sarah McClung; director: Barbara Ras; managing editor: Sarah Nawrocki; business manager: Judy McEwen

Triumph Books

Booth: 2740

Co. description: Since 1989, Triumph Books has built and sustained a reputation for quality sports publishing.

Representatives: president and publisher: Mitch Rogatz

Tughra Books

Booth: 4180

Co. description: Tughra publishes books on faith, religion, history, and art, particularly on Islamic spirituality and traditions..

Representatives: international marketing: Hilmi Bilal Demirlikan

Tundra Books

Booth: 4051

Co. description: Award-winning children’s titles for all ages, from board books to young adult fiction and nonfiction by acclaimed authors and illustrators, including Cary Fagan, Marthe Jocelyn, Susin Nielsen, Shane Peacock, and Richard Scrimger.

Show specials/galleys: Becoming Holmes by Shane Peacock; The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen by Susin Nielsen; The Geomancer’s Compass by Melissa Hardy. Free posters and bookmarks at the booth.

Turner Publishing Company

Booth: 4066B

Co. description: Turner Publishing is an award-winning, general trade publisher of books in print and e-book formats. Named three times to Publishers Weekly’s fastest growing publisher list, Turner produces a wide range of titles in both fiction and nonfiction and has published New York Times bestselling authors such as Alice Randall, Max Byrd, Eugenia Price, Barbara Wood, and Peter Kiernan. Turner is distributed by Ingram Publisher Services.

Representatives: president and publisher: Todd Bottorff; executive editor: Diane Gedymin

Tuttle Publishing

Booth: 3675

Co. description: Tuttle Publishing, a member of the Periplus Publishing Group, produces high-quality books on cooking, interior design and architecture, martial arts, travel, language, literature, gardening and crafts/origami. Founded in Tokyo in 1948 with corporate headquarters located in Vermont, Tuttle strives to publish “books to span the East and West.”

Representatives: sales and marketing director: Christopher Johns; sales manager, key accounts: Steve Jadick; academic and educational sales manager: J.D. Wilson; nnline sales and marketing manager: Susan Robertson

Show specials/galleys: Buy three or more frontlist titles and receive 5% discount

Tyndale House Publishers

Booth: 4358

Co. description: Books, including releases from New York Times bestselling authors Tony Dungy, Drew Brees, Francine Rivers, Joel C. Rosenberg, Jerry Jenkins, Mosab Hassan Yousef, Beth Moore. Tyndale’s New Living Translation is a bestselling Bible and is available in a variety of editions.

Unbridled Books

Booth: 4244

Co. description: An independent publisher of commercial literature dedicated to releasing quality fiction and narrative nonfiction, with a special emphasis on new voices.

Show specials/galleys: Love Slave by Jennifer Spiegel; Rocket City by Cathryn Alpert; The Lighthouse Road by Peter Geye; These Things Happen by Richard Kramer.

Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader

Booth: 3322

Co. description: With more than 12 million books in print, the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader series is the longest-running, most popular series of its kind in the publishing industry.

University of Alabama Press

Booth: 3433

University of Chicago Press

Booth: 3434

Co. description: Established in 1891, the University of Chicago Press is the largest American university press. The press publishes approximately 250 books a year and has published 11,000 books since its founding. The press also publishes leading journals and annuals in fields including the humanities and physical, life, and medical sciences.

University of Hawaii Press

Booth: 4226

Co. description: Publisher of books on Hawaii, Asia, and the Pacific.

Representatives: sales manager: Royden Muranaka

University of Illinois Press

Booth: 3436

Co. description: Featured: The Beautiful Music All Around Us: Field Recordings and the American Experience; A People’s History of Baseball; Henry Mancini; Twentieth Century Drifter: The Life of Marty Robbins; The War of 1812; Farmers’ Markets of the Heartland; and Bluegrass Bluesman.

Representatives: marketing director: Lisa Bayer; publicity manager: Michael Roux; sales manager: Lynda Schuh

University of Minnesota Press

Booth: 4222

Co. description: Trade and scholarly titles in cultural studies, film and media, art and architecture, African-American, Native American, lesbian/gay studies, and regional interest.

University of Nebraska Press

Booth: 2439

Co. description: Founded in 1941, the University of Nebraska Press is a scholarly and general interest press that publishes 175+ new and reprint titles annually under the Nebraska and Bison Books imprints, along with 21 journals. It is the largest and most diversified university press between Chicago and California, with more than 3,000 books in print.

Show specials/galleys: Island of Bones by Joy Castro; The Future of the Jewish People in Five Photographs by Peter S. Temes. Show special: free media mail freight for domestic retailers; one order, 10 book minimum. Free shipping for individuals.

University of Oklahoma Press

Booth: 2546

Co. description: Oklahama specializes in nonfiction and fiction titles about western history, American Indian, and regional studies.

Representatives: sales and marketing manager: Dale Bennie; publicity manager: Sandy See

University of Virginia Press

Booth: 3430

Co. description: A scholarly press focusing primarily on the humanities and social sciences with special concentrations in American history, African-American studies, Southern studies, literature, ecocriticism, and regional books. Virginia publishes 50–60 new titles annually and maintains a backlist of over 1,000 titles.

Representatives: marketing and publicity manager: Emily Grandstaff; director of marketing: Mark Saunders

Show specials/galleys: The Way of the Stars: Journeys on the Camino de Santiago by Robert C. Sibley; The Queen of America: Mary Cutts’s Life of Dolley Madison by Mary Cutts, edited by Catherine Allgor, with foreword by Cokie Roberts. Raffle for a Garmin eTrex 10 handheld GPS device and a Celestron 70mm travel telescope.

University Press of New England

Booth: 3547

Co. description: UPNE is a consortium of New England institutions that include Brandeis University Press, Dartmouth College, Northeastern University Press, University of New Hampshire Press, and University of Vermont Press. UPNE Book Partners is the distribution arm that represents fine presses including Wesleyan University Press, CavanKerry Press, Chaucer Press Books, Gordian Knot Books, Four Way Books, NightBoat, Saturnalia, and Sheep Meadow Press.

USA Pavilion

Booth: 3154

Co. description: A collective of individual stands representing all segments of the U.S. publishing industry, book trade, and electronic sectors with many attending executives. The USA Pavilion is organized by the American Collective Stand and the Combined Book Exhibit at the following fairs: Frankfurt, London, Bologna, Beijing, Taipei, Sharjah, BookExpo America, and ALA.

Representatives: president: Janet Fritsch; vice-president: Jon Malinowski

Vantage Press Inc.

Booth: 3863

Co. description: Vantage Press publishes under its trade imprints, Vantage Point Books and Andover Press, as well as under its author-supported flagship, Vantage Press.

Representatives: president: David Lamb; vice-president, editorial director: Laura Ross; vice-president, author relations: Selina Peyser; editorial director, Andover Press: Fiona Hallowell; publicity director: Meg Parsont

Velo Press

Booth: 4068

Co. description: VeloPress publishes books for runners, cyclists, and triathletes designed to help athletes and beginners enjoy sports through better fitness, improved skills, and a deeper appreciation of the history and personalities of the sports.

Representatives: director of sales and marketing: Dave Trendler; editor: Renee Jardine; publisher: Ted Costantino

Visible Ink Press

Booth: 2740

Co. description: Visible Ink Press publishes popular reference works. Fall 2012 brings new editions of four big books: two paranormal classics—Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits, and Haunted Places and Unexplained! Strange Sightings, Incredible Occurrences, and Puzzling Physical Phenomena—and the award winning Black Firsts: 4,000 Ground-Breaking and Pioneering Events; and the comprehensive primer The Handy History Answer Book.

Vivays Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 3947

Co. description: Books on arts, crafts, design, fashion, interiors, ornament, photography, and science.

Representatives: publishing director: Lee V. Ripley

Vook LLC

Booth: DZ2036

Co. description: A leading enhanced-digital book publisher, Vook was founded in 2008 by Internet entrepreneur Brad Inman with the vision of uniting the disparate worlds of books and videos into one complete narrative. Vook has created an innovative platform where all forms of media come together in a new experience.

Weldon Owen Publishing

Booth: 3749

Co. description: Weldon Owen creates visually oriented books meant to nurture a wide range of readers’ passions. This fall, it will feature This Is a Cookbook from rising star chefs Max and Eli Sussman; The Book of Hacks from the editors of Popular Science; The Ultimate Photography Manual from Popular Photograph; The Total Gun Manual from Field & Stream, and a historic collaboration with the Walt Disney Museum, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, celebrating the 75th anniversary of the film classic.

Wicker Park Press Ltd.

Booth: 4488

Co. description: Celebrating its 10th year, Wicker Park Press publishes original trade fiction and nonfiction. Among new books is the photography book, Uncanny Valley: Waxwork Photos of Elefteria Lialios; a new anthology, Poe’s Lighthouse; Inside the Whale: A Novel in Verse by Joe Peterson. Also featuring fine art stationery products.


Booth: 3822

Co. description: Wiley’s core businesses publish scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly journals, encyclopedias, books, and online products and services; professional/trade books, subscription products, training materials, and online applications and Web sites; and educational materials for undergraduate andgraduate students and lifelong learners. Wiley’s global headquarters are located in Hoboken, New Jersey, with operations in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Canada, and Australia.

Wisdom Publications

Booth: 4142A

Co. description: Wisdom Publications is a leader in authentic contemporary and classic Buddhist works. The company is nonprofit ecumenical publisher of Buddhist books and spiritual titles that are grounded in spiritual tradition.

Representatives: publisher: Tim McNeill; marketing and promotions manager: Lydia Anderson; director of sales and marketing: Michael Crawford; assistant editor: Laura Cunningham

Wordsworth Classics

Booth: 4508

Co. description: Wordsworth Classics features over 400 of the world’s timeless works of literature—world classics, reference, children’s, poetry, and mystery.

Workman Publishing Co.

Booth: 4158

Co. description: Workman Publishing, founded in 1968, is an independent publisher of adult and juvenile trade books, as well as the Original Page-a-Day Calendars. Bestsellers include the What To Expect series, BrainQuest, Steven Raichlen’s Barbecue! Bible cookbooks, Boynton on Board board books, Fandex, Gallop, the 1,000…Before You Die series, the Cake Mix Doctor cookbooks, Bananagrams! books and calendars and more.

Show specials/galleys: Workman tote bag; Workman stock offer.

World Book Inc.

Booth: 3150

Co. description: World Book Inc.’s classroom, library, and home publications feature the World Book Web digital pre-k–12 educational and reference products, including Science Power, Early World of Learning, World Book Student (encyclopedia), and Dramatic Learning. The company publishes nearly 90 print products, including the annual edition of The World Book Encyclopedia and pre-k–intermediate series nonfiction in early skills, social studies, and science.

The Writer Magazine

Booth: 3881

Co. description: The nation’s oldest magazine for writers.

Yale University Press

Booth: 3531

Co. description: Yale University Press is dedicated to publishing in a wide range of disciplines. Recent bestsellers include Elizabeth and Hazel by David Margolick; A Little History of the World by E. H. Gombrich; Sister Citizen by Melissa Harris-Perry; The Theory That Would Not Die, by Sharon Bertsch McGrayne.

Show specials/galleys: Galleys: America the Possible by James Gustave Speth; Of Africa by Wole Soyinka. Giveaways: tote bags promoting The Margellos World Republic of Letters.

Zagat Survey

Booth: 3803

Zest Books

Booth: 3447

Zola Books

Booth: 4469

Co. description: Zola Books is an e-book retailer that integrates book discovery, author, and blogger tools and social networking for users into a single platform for writers, readers, publishers, booksellers, and reviewers. Zola’s revolutionary reading app, the Zola Social Reader, is the first to provide seamless social integration across all devices—Kindle, Nook, iPad, iPhone, and Kobo.

Representatives: CEO: Joe Regal; director of content: DongWon Song; COO: Michael Strong; art director: Amanda McPherson; marketing and publicity: Leigh Huffine


Booth: 3339

Co. description: Zondervan produces bestselling and award-winning Bibles, books, children’s products, audio, video, and digital products.

Take Yourself out to the Ballgame

As you read this, tickets might still be available for a little New York baseball—with some prime games coinciding with the BEA schedule, should you need a respite from the exciting game of publishing. For the Yankees are in town, playing midweek night games with their Eastern division rival, the Tampa Bay Rays. The two clubs square off at the new Yankee Stadium at 7:05 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. Better get tickets now either through, or through Thursday night’s promotion, by the way, might be historic: a bracelet with “Yankee fragrance” attached. Haven’t a clue. If you are extending your stay in town, perhaps a better treat awaits you: that is, the New York Mets come crosstown from Queens and square off with the Bronx Bombers for Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon contests. In recent years, the so-called subway series has sold out, so you might want to act fast if you’re inclined to be a part of it.

—Michael Coffey

City tips for BEA-goers

Like a Local

When you come to the BEA in June, I hope you’ll join my panel discussion on “The Evolution & Revolution of Travel Guides: An Insider’s Look at Experiential, Immersive Travel and Pushing the Publishing Envelope.” As a contrarian traveler, I hope you also take time to get out of the convention center and explore some of the best that New York has to offer. Here are a few spots not far from the Javits Center.

Art & Culture

Just off the High Line [see p. 38} you’ll discover the thriving Chelsea gallery scene. The Gagosian Gallery (555 W. 24th St., between 10th and 11th Aves.) always draws big names and offers the traditional New York art-lover experience. During June, a survey of the great Italian painter and sculptor Lucio Fontana will be on display. For a somewhat more cutting-edge exhibition, check out Jonathan Levine Gallery (529 W. 20th St., between 10th and 11th Aves.), which showcases the works of underground and emerging artists. Just a little farther south but still in Chelsea, you’ll find the Rubin Museum of Art (150 W. 17th St., between Sixth and Seventh Aves.). Brush up on your Buddhism and learn about Tibetan and Himalayan art at this small collection.

Want to see where nonfiction books are born? Take a night off and head to an event hosted by the Moth (, where you can listen to storytelling events throughout the city each week. Some of the biggest talent get their start in New York, and the 99-seat Ars Nova theater (511 W. 54th St., between 10th and 11th Aves.) is one of the best places to see emerging and alternative performers, playwrights, and comedians in an unpretentious, black-box setting. You also never know what A-lister might be there that night, as the Moth has attracted performances from everyone from Liza Minnelli to Daily Show writers.

Most people will point you to Greenwich Village institutions like the Blue Note or the Village Vanguard for jazz, but there are plenty of alternate venues that are well worth a visit. Birdland (315 W. 44th St., between Eighth and Ninth Aves.) is an obvious choice, but there’s also the classic Bar on Fifth at the Setai Fifth Avenue Hotel (400 Fifth Ave., at 36th St.), and a little farther south, Jazz Standard (116 E. 27th St., between Park and Lexington Aves.), located in the basement of Danny Meyer’s Blue Smoke barbecue joint, and often offers an early (8 p.m.) first set.

Local Refreshment

You may need a little sustenance during these tours. Get a slice of real New York pizza at Artichoke Basille (114 10th Ave., between 17th and 18th Sts.), one of the most interesting new pizza joints in the city. Or head to Tia Pol (205 10th Ave., between 22nd and 23rd Sts.) for a quick tapas lunch or even an afternoon break—nothing will get you more energized than a glass of sangria and some patatas bravas. Enjoy the show.

Peter Greenberg is travel editor for CBS News. Earlier this month, he and Michelin launched his Like a Local series, with books on New Orleans, Miami and the Keys, Cuba, Buenos Aires, and the Caribbean.

—Peter Greenberg

Broadway Bound

Need an escape from the Javits? Herewith a few recommendations on the current theater scene. See the play, skip the movie: at Lincoln Center, War Horse (brilliant, five Tony Awards including Best Play) features astoundingly lifelike, equine-sized puppets; bring Kleenex. Singin’ and dancin’, begorrah: Once, recently opened to rave notices, is set in a Dublin pub where a local musician meets a fetching Czech mate; totally lovely. For laughing your a** off—seriously: The Book of Mormon, the hottest musical Broadway has seen in eons, is worth trying to get or pilfer tickets; won 11 Tony Awards including Best Musical. Disney does it again: Newsies, a seriously charming tuner (with terrific terpsichorean talent), was recently resurrected from the 1992 flop movie. Want brand-new? Nice Work If You Can Get It is a veritable hit parade of iconic Gershwin songs, starring Matthew Broderick and the fabulous Kelli O’Hara. Nonmusical fare: the Pulitzer-winning Clybourne Park, in which two families 50 years apart discourse on the explosive topic of race; excellent. A revival of Gore Vidal’s The Best Man boasts a star-studded cast tackling political shenanigans. That’s Entertainment. In case you’ve missed ’em, this enduring musical quintet is worth checking out (and tix are often easier to get than newer arrivals): Phantom of the Opera, Mamma Mia, Jersey Boys, Anything Goes, and Chicago (the longest-running show in Broadway history).

Checking out sources. For an overall rundown on shows, locations, times, etc., pick up the current Time Out New York mag. Web sites offering info, discounts, and/or decent dish include,, and

—Dick Donahue