Abbeville Press

Booth: 1315

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

Books/galleys: World Soccer Legends series by Illugi Jökulsson; Gusto: The Very Best of Italian Food and Cuisine, edited by Armando Minuz; The Last Fisherman: Witness to the Endangered Oceans by Jeffrey L. Rotman with Yair Harel; In Her Own Hand series by Jane Austen; Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time by Beth Moon; Rodin by Antoinette Le Normand-Romain.

Abingdon Press

Booth: 1064

Co. description: For more than 200 years, Abingdon Press has continued a tradition in religious publishing for crossing denominational boundaries with thought-provoking and enjoyable books. Abingdon Press is an imprint of the United Methodist Publishing House, in operation since 1789. In the early 1920s, Abingdon began publishing a wide array of high-caliber academic, professional, inspirational and life-affirming religious literature to enrich church communities across the globe.

Above the Treeline

Booth: 844

Co. description: Makers of Edelweiss and Treeline Analytics, online systems for publishers; book buyers; booksellers; librarians and reviewers. Edelweiss has quickly become an industry standard platform for publishers to present flexible, customizable, rich title information and catalogues in a state-of-the-art online system.

Abrams Books

Booth: 2727

Co. description: Abrams Books publishes high-quality art and illustrated books as well as bestsellers such as the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney. Abrams Books publishes books in the areas of art, photography, cooking, interior design, crafts, fashion, sports, pop culture, as well as children’s books. Imprints include Abrams Books, Abrams Appleseed; Abrams ComicArts, Abrams Image, Abrams Books for Young Readers, Amulet Books, STC, and Melanie Falick Books.

ACC Distribution

Booth: 866

Co. description: Full-service distributor to the trade as well as the academic, museum, and specialty markets. Specializing in high-quality illustrated books from Antique Collectors’ Club and many fine art publishers in the U.S. and abroad. Book subjects include the fine, decorative and applied arts; photography; architecture; design; textiles; Asian art and culture; gardens; lifestyle; cookbooks and wine guides.

Adventure Publications

Booth: 1307

Co. description: Adventure Publications is known for its popular, informative, user-friendly books. With a focus on regional nature titles, travel books, field guides and cookbooks, Adventure offers top-selling titles for almost every state.

Show specials: free shipping.

Agate Publishing

Booth: 1323

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

Books/galleys: Indian for Everyone by Anupy Singla; Google Boys: Sergey Brin and Larry Page in Their Own Words, edited by George Beahm; Recognition by O. H. Bennett; Chicago Portraits by the Chicago Tribune staff; Imagine This by Maxine Clair; Passion for Pizza by Craig Whitson and Tore Gjesteland.

Akashic Books

Booth: 1105A

Co. description: Books and catalogues. In-booth author signings.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts. Good for one order of 20 or more per ship-to.

Albert Whitman & Company

Booth: C1685

Co. description: Albert Whitman & Company has been publishing award-winning children’s books since 1919. Best-known for the Boxcar Children Mysteries series, its picture books, novels, graphic novels and nonfiction titles reach out to children and teens of all backgrounds and experiences.

Alfred Music

Booth: 1012

Co. description: Alfred Music is the world’s largest educational music publisher, providing educational and performance materials for teachers; students; professionals and hobbyists since 1922.

Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill

Booth: 839

Co. description: For over 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. Its new imprint, Algonquin Young Readers, presents titles for young adults and middle grades.

Books/galleys: Algonquin Books: The Happiest People in the World by Brock Clarke; The Remedy for Love by Bill Roorbach; The High Divide by Lin Enger. Algonquin Young Readers: The Witch’s Boy by Kelly Barnhill; Jackaby by William Ritter; Passenger on the Pearl by Winifred Conkling.


Booth: 2442

Co. description: AMACOM, the book-publishing division of the American Management Association, publishes nonfiction books on general business; management; leadership; HR; training; education; marketing; sales; customer service; project management; supply chain; finance; science; communication; career; personal development; parenting and health.

Show specials: 50% discount on orders of five or more books, trade backlist titles only.

Books/galleys: Lead with Humility: 12 Leadership Lessons from Pope Francis by Jeffery A. Krames; Anticipate: The Art of Leading by Looking Ahead by Rob-Jan de Jong; Fail Fast or Win Big: The Start-Up Plan for Starting Now by Bernhard Schroeder; Home for Dinner: Mixing Food, Fun, and Conversation for a Happier Family and Healthier Kids by Anne K. Fishel; Creativity and Problem Solving by Brian Tracy.

America Reads Spanish

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Official institution that develops and promotes the Spanish book publishing industry and channels inquiries and activities related to this industry to relevant parties.

American Booksellers Association

Booth: 214

Co. description: Founded in 1900, the American Booksellers Association is a not-for-profit trade organization devoted to meeting the needs of its core members— independently owned bookstores with storefront locations nationwide—through education, information dissemination, business products and services, and advocacy.

American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE)

Booth: 964

Co. description: ABFFE is the bookseller’s voice in the fight against censorship; it sponsors Banned Books Week and the Kids’ Right to Read Project. It is sharing the booth with its affiliate, 2020 Vision USA, supplier of high fashion reading glasses and sunglasses. ABFFE affiliates donate a portion of all bookstore sales to ABFFE.

American Collective Stand

Booth: 1251

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, Guadalajara Book Fair and Sharjah Book Fair. Use our website and database to find your American partners year round.

American Girl Publishing

Booth: C1675

Co. description: For more than 25 years, American Girl has inspired millions of girls to reach high, dream big and be their very best. From inspiring fiction to engaging crafts, quizzes, advice guides and more.

Show specials: free freight with orders over $500.

American Library Association

Booth: 1043

Co. description: The ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition is scheduled for June 27–July 1 in Las Vegas and will feature Jane Fonda, Alexander McCall Smith, Azar Nafisi, Stan Lee, Ilyasah Shabazz, Lois Lowery, over 500 programs, hundreds of authors, networking and special events, awards programs and 800+ exhibits.

Ammo Books + SIME Books

Booth: 1169

Co. description: AMMO (American Modern) Books publishes provocative, one-of-a-kind titles on the visual arts and pop culture.

Show specials: +5% discount.

Andrews McMeel Publishing

Booth: 2657

Co. description: Andrews McMeel Publishing published original talent in comics and humor; cookbooks; gift; puzzles; and children’s books and calendars. Fall highlights: The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances by New York Times bestselling author The Oatmeal; Lullabies by Lang Leav; Vegan Without Borders by Robin Robertson and AMP; Comics for Kids titles including Big Nate: The Crowd Goes Wild by Lincoln Peirce.

APG Sales & Distribution

Booth: 929

Co. description: APG is a full-service distributor representing independent publishers.

Applewood Books

Booth: 1267

Co. description: Applewood Books was founded in 1976. Its mission is to build a picture of America through primary sources. In 2010, Applewood acquired Commonwealth Editions of Beverly, Mass., a regional publisher in New England. Applewood’s series include Little Books of Wisdom, Great American Quote Books, and others. Included from Commonwealth are the Journey Around...and Hello...series, as well as the award-winning children’s books of Ed Shankman and David O’Neill.

Arcadia Publishing

Booth: 1502

Co. description: A leading publisher of regional and local history, now with more than 9,000 titles covering every state. Its new imprint, Legendary Locals, details the history of the people who make a town is now available.

Archway Publishing

Booth: 2742

Co. description: Archway Publishing, from Simon & Schuster and operated by Author Solutions, provides writers with a self-publishing solution to meet their goals.

Arsenal Pulp Press

Booth: 1106A

Co. description: Trade book publisher specializing in literary nonfiction and fiction, LGBT literature and history, cooking (including vegan and health), crafts, cultural studies, graphic novels and YA literature. New titles include Tin Fish Gourmet; Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow; Strange Material: Storytelling through Textiles; and Skandalon the latest by Blue Is the Warmest Color author Julie Maroh.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts.


Booth: 839

Co. description: Artisan, a division of Workman Publishing, publishes illustrated books, focusing on cookbooks and home/interiors books from the preeminent thought leaders in their fields. Recent titles include The Kinfolk Table by Nathan Williams; Bouchon Bakery by Thomas Keller; One Good Dish by David Tanis; Smoke & Pickles by Edward Lee; and Remodelista by Julie Carlson. Artisan also distributes Greenwich Workshop Press.

Association of American Publishers

Booth: 1049

Co. description: National trade association representing America’s 300 premier publishers of high-quality entertainment, education, scientific and professional content. The AAP advocate on behalf of industry priorities on policy, legislative and regulatory issues regionally; nationally and worldwide.

Atlantyca S.p.A.

Booth: 1513

Co. description: Atlantyca Entertainment is a transmedia entertainment company that maintains Production & Distribution, Licensing, Publishing and Foreign Rights sales divisions. Atlantyca has more than 4,900 translation rights contracts with leading worldwide publishers. It is the producer of the Geronimo Stilton animated series. In April 2011 the company expanded its publishing and IP operations with the acquisition of children’s book producer Dreamfarm.

Aubey LLC

Booth: 3128

Co. description: Aubey is a small business press publisher and researcher that delivers in excellence and originality. It offers print and online publishing services; technical research and support; assistance with social media marketing and proofreading; and editing assistance. It also helps authors develop their personal brand and get their work to the marketplace. Aubey specialize in poetry, nonfiction, romance, horror and fantasy.

Show specials: Auden D. Johnson will be signing her new book The Sciell at Aubey’s exhibit booth at 2p.m. on Friday and at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

Augustus Press

Booth: 1223B

Co. description: Augustus titles interlace action, crime, and the urban lifestyle depicting the harsh realities of life on the streets.

Authors Guild Inc.

Booth: 1211

Co. description: The Authors Guild has been the nation’s leading advocate for writers’ interests in effective copyright protection, fair contracts and free expression since it was founded as the Authors League of America in 1912. It provides legal assistance and a broad range of web services to its members.

AZ Books, LLC

Booth: 1703

Co. description: AZ Books publishes educational books for children ages 0-10. The company specializes in pop-up picture books, touch-it books and electronic books, filled with lively sounds and the voices of other young readers. Book topics range from world history, to nature and the environment, classic fairytales and everyday life.

B&H Publishing Group

Booth: 2439

Co. description: B&H Publishing Group is a nonprofit publisher passionate about taking God’s Word to the world. Its print and digital releases for trade, church, and academic markets include New York Times bestsellers The Love Dare and The Vow as well as the award-winning HCSB Study Bible.

Baker & Taylor

Booth: 2120

Co. description: Baker & Taylor is a worldwide distributor of digital and print books and entertainment products. The company leverages its vastworldwide distribution network to deliver content in multiple formats, anytime and anywhere. Baker & Taylor offers cutting-edge digital media services and innovative technology platforms to thousands of publishers, libraries, schools and retailers worldwide.

Baker Publishing Group

Booth: 1031

Co. description: Baker Publishing Group (Bethany House, Revell, Baker Books, Chosen, Baker Academic, Brazos Press, and God’s Word Translation) is a leading producer of Christian resources that give insight and inspiration to readers worldwide.

Show specials: 48% discount and free freight when 15 or more assorted units are purchased.

Barefoot Books

Booth: 1671

Co. description: An award-winning, independent publisher of illustrated children’s books and gifts to help children on their journey to becoming happy, engaged members of the global community. Its books use timeless stories and captivating illustrations to encourage exploration and creativity. With puzzles, games, puppets, singalong songs and story CDs, Barefoot also promotes interactive play and listening and memory skills.

Barron’s Educational Series

Booth: 1448, 1449

Co. description: Barron’s is world-renowned as a leader in test prep, study guides, foreign-language learning, children’s books, pet care guides, cookbooks, art instruction guides, hobby & craft books, business books and much more. Forthcoming fall/winter releases: Brick Flicks; Tape It & Wear It; Loom Band It; Doughnuts; 1001 Restaurants You Must Experience Before You Die; Night at the Museum 3; Mariella Mysteries and many more.

Show specials: free freight on 50 book minimum, including 10 frontlist titles, on any one order per location.

Beacon Press

Booth: 2842

Co. description: Beacon Press is a 160-year-old independent, nonprofit publisher of quality nonfiction and literature. Beacon is the official publisher of the estate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is distributed by Random House Publisher Services. Featured titles include: Black Prophetic Fire by Cornel West; The Upstairs Wife by Rafia Zacharia; Cinderland by Amy Jo Burns; A Cup of Water Under My Bed by Daisy Hernandez; and An Indigenous People’s History of the U.S. by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz.

Beaver Books

Booth: 957

Co. description: This year Beaver Books is celebrating its 10th anniversary in the publishing business. Its teaching materials help parents and educators feel supported and excited while offering “the edge in education.”

Show specials: three assortments of Tall Wipe Cleans, two assortments of Water Magic and one assortment of Color by Dot. Free freight and free three-pocket display—tray, shelf, filler.

Bella & Harry

Booth: 1041

Co. description: The company’s Adventures of Bella & Harry series is an informative, interactive way to introduce children to travel, different countries, customs, history and landmarks.

Bella Andre

Booth: AH4

Co. description: Having sold more than three million books, Bella Andre’s novels have been #1 bestsellers around the world and have been on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists 16 times. Andre recently signed a seven-figure print-only deal with Harlequin for The Sullivans series.

Bellevue Literary Press

Booth: 1104B

Co. description: Bellevue Literary Press publishes fiction and nonfiction at the intersection of the arts and sciences.

Books/galleys: The Boy in His Winter by Norman Lock; Invisible Beasts by Sharona Muir; Starlight Detectives by Alan Hirshfeld; Monastery by Eduardo Halfon; Impromptu Man by Jonathan D. Moreno; The Business of Naming Things by Michael Coffey; and The Poetic Species: A Conversation with Edward O. Wilson and Robert Hass

Berrett-Koehler Publishers

Booth: RC90

Co. description: Berrett-Koehler is an independent and progressive publisher publishing in the areas of business, management, leadership, careers, personal growth, and current affairs.

Bess Press

Booth: 1732

Co. description: Bess Press is a family-owned independent book publishing company based in Honolulu, Hawai’i. For 35 years Bess Press has been producing both educational and popular general interest titles about Hawai’i and greater Pacific. Beginning with the publication of two Hawaiian history textbooks, the Press has grown to become a leading curriculum publisher in Hawaiian and Pacific Island studies.


Booth: 1102A

Co. description: Imported from South Detroit: independent fiction, short fiction, international translation, poetry, essays and memoir.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts. Good for one order of 20 or more.

Bilingual Books, Inc.

Booth: 1231A

Co. description: A worldwide leader in the creation of foreign-language learning products since 1981. Millions of copies of its products have been sold to travelers, international executives, schools and students.

Black Dog & Leventhal

Booth: 839

Co. description: Black Dog & Leventhal publishes illustrated titles in the following areas: art and architecture, cooking, health, history, humor, performing arts, reference, science, sports/games and children’s.

Books/galleys: Molecules: The Elements and the Architecture of Everything by Theodore Gray; Deep Space by Govert Schilling; Better Made At Home by Estérelle Payany; Cannabis Pharmacy by Michael Backes; Knit Your Own Dog Kits by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne; Smithsonian Civil War in 3D by Michael Stephenson.

Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Booth: RC75, RC76

Co. description: Blackstone Audio, Inc. is one of the largest independent audiobook publishers in the country. It offers a catalog of over 10,000 titles with 100+ new releases managed in-house each month.


Booth: 1749

Blue Apple Books

Booth: 1206

Co. description: Blue Apple Books, founded in 2003 by Harriet Ziefert, is an independent publisher dedicated to producing high quality; age-appropriate children’s books. Distributed by Consortium Book Services starting June 2014.

Blue Dome Press

Booth: 1013

Co. description: Blue Dome Press publishes scholarly and prestigious titles, primarily in the fields of interfaith dialogue, intercultural studies, art and history. The mission of Blue Dome is to promote and encourage works that contribute to common understanding and dialogue among different cultures, religions and communities of the world.

Blue Orange

Booth: S546

Co. description: With 13 years experience creating high-quality games, Blue Orange Games looks to the future with consistent ideals. As always, Blue Orange is committed to planting two trees for each one used in game construction.

Bologna Children’s Book Fair

Booth: 1513

Co. description: The “rights” place for children’s content, Bologna is the leading children’s publishing event, featuring books and new media. Held each spring in Bologna, Italy, with over 1,200 exhibitors from over 74 countries. Next edition: March 2015.

Book Publicists of Southern


Booth: 558

Co. description: New books by members of this nonprofit organization, along with related PR materials, are on display. Membership is $40 per year.

Book Publishing Company

Booth: 2353

Co. description: Publisher of books on healing through nutrition and plant-based diet. Imprints include Books Alive featuring natural health guides, Healthy Living Publications for gourmet recipes featuring plant-based diet, and Sproutman Publications for juicing and raw foods. BPC also features Native American titles.

Book Sales

Booth: R606

Co. description: Book Sales Inc. has been in the business of publishing and supplying books to wholesalers, mail-order companies, and retail stores for almost 65 years. In addition to publishing books, it is large purchaser of other publishers’ overstock titles.

Bookazine Co. Inc.

Booth: 2238

Co. description: Independently owned, Bookazine is a full-service wholesaler of books, magazines, and remainders.


Booth: 1662

Co. description: From literary fiction to philosophy and from politics to the visual arts, BOOKFORUM presents articles, interviews, and book reviews. Recent contributors include award-winning authors and critics like William T. Vollmann, Parul Sehgal, Choire Sicha, and Mary Gaitskill.


Booth: 1043

Co. description: As the book review journal of the American Library Association, Booklist offers more print and media content than any other library review publication. Booklist is a key resource for collection development and readers’ advisory, with more than 8,000+ annual reviews of children’s, YA, and adult titles; top 10 lists; editor-selected read-alikes; Common Core coverage; and more.

Bookpage/Promotion Inc

Booth: 1112

Co. description: A monthly book review meant to boost sales and increase traffic in bookstores. Reviews and author interviews feature the best in new books each month in all categories: fiction, nonfiction, business, children’s, audio, etc.

Show specials: 50-copy free trial subscription for booksellers to distribute to customers; special IndieBound editon available.

Books International and IBI

Booth: 1563

Co. description: BI offers complete third-party warehouse services including order-processing, EDI, customer service, collections, pick/pack/ship, through to extensive financial, inventory and marketing reports all under the publisher’s name.

BookWhirl Publishing

Booth: 468

Co. description: is an online book marketing and publishing services provider focused on providing low-cost, high-quality marketing services for books of all genres. The company’s online marketing strategists, ad copywriters, graphic artists, and web designers provide authors with book publishing and marketing know-how.

Show specials: the first 50 booth visitors will receive books and freebies. Each visitor will also have a raffle entry for the Kindle gift.


Booth: 1248

Co. description: BookWorks: The Self-Publishers Association is a community dedicated to helping all indie authors prepare, publish and promote their books; get advice from experts in the field, and help each other.

Boston Review

Booth: 3122

Co. description: A flourishing democracy depends on engaged public discussion of ideas that matter. Boston Review—independent and nonprofit—creates that discussion in print and on the Web, on tablets and in books, and at public events; with a range that extends from politics and economics to ethical and religious thought, from philosophy and science to the imaginative exploration of human experience in great fiction and poetry.

Show specials: 20% off subscriptions.

Boys Town Press

Booth: 2347

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

Show specials: 50% discount on orders placed during the show. No minimum. Additional free shipping for orders over $200.

Books/galleys: Decibella and Her 6-Inch Voice by Julia Cook; The Garden in My Mind by Stephie McCumbee; Take Two: Skill-Building Skits You Have Time to Do by Cindi Dodd; 13 & Counting: Be The Difference by Tamara Zentic; The Power of Self-D: Willie Bohanon & Friends Learn the Power of Self-Determination by Kip Jones; Priscilla’s Perfect Storm by Stephie McCumbee.

BQB Publishing

Booth: 924

Co. description: BQB specializes in children’s and adult fiction along with nonfiction titles that have the ability to positively impact a reader’s life. Approximately 25 titles are added to the BQB catalogue each year. BQB books are available through Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and New Leaf Distributing.

Branden Books

Booth: 474

Co. description: Publishing biographies, autobiographies, and education titles since 1909.

Bridge Publications Inc.

Booth: 1713

Co. description: Publisher of the nonfiction works written by L. Ron Hubbard. Titles include Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.

Show specials: free shipping on all orders placed at BEA.

Bright Connections Media

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Bright Connections Media from World Book Inc. publishes children’s books that strive to meet young readers at their interests; using content and design to capture children’s attention.

Show specials: 25 or more backlist gets 50%.

Brilliance Publishing

Booth: DZ1857

Co. description: Brilliance Publishing is the parent company of Brilliance Audio, Brilliance Publishing Distribution Services and Brilliance Publishing Imprints Waterfall Press & Grand Harbor Press. Brilliance Audio publishes bestselling unabridged audiobooks on MP3-CD, and also on standard CD and in digital formats. Brilliance Publishing Distribution Services handles offline sales and fulfillment for physical print books published by Amazon Publishing and Brilliance Publishing.

Show specials: new MP3-CD audiobook launch; free shipping.

Brooklyn Book Festival

Booth: 2662

Co. description: Brooklyn Book Festival is the largest, annual, free, public literary event in New York City. It presents 250 local, national and international authors at 12 venues. The festival day is Sept 21. Some 60 Bookend Events, Sept 15–22, are curated literary celebrations from films to trivia nights and music events to parties,which are presented in bars, parks, bookstores, libraries and performance spaces.

BrownTrout Publishers

Booth: 1214

Co. description: BrownTrout Publishers Inc. is an independent publishing company started in San Francisco and now headquartered in Los Angeles County. The company was founded in 1986 and has since grown to become a market leader in photographic and fine art calendars in a variety of formats, including wall, engagement and desk calendars. Offering over 1,000 titles of calendars for the year 2014.

BTPG-Baker & Taylor Publishing Group

Booth: 2020

Co. description: Baker & Taylor Publishing Group has been publishing books for more than 20 years. It publishes books under three unique imprints: Silver Dolphin Books, Thunder Bay Press and Portable Press. Books are sold throughout the United States and around the world. Its Spanish-language division, Baker & Taylor Advanced Marketing S de R.L. de C.V., publishes under four unique imprints: Silver Dolphin en Español, Degustis, Numen, and Animae.

Buzzable, LLC

Booth: 3130

Co. description: Buzzable creates unique products for moms and babies. Its flagship product, the Buzzable Baby Book, is a fillable keepsake book that helps new parents get advice and warm memories from those they know and trust.

C&T Publishing

Booth: 1120

Co. description: For 30 years, C&T Publishing has provided books and products to the worldwide quilting and fiber arts markets. Its two successful imprints—Stash Books, celebrating a handmade lifestyle, and FunStitch Studio, nurturing a love of handmade for 8–14-year-olds—are C&T’s newest top-sellers.

Cambridge University Press

Booth: RC151

Co. description: Cambridge University Press dates from 1534 and is part of the University of Cambridge. Playing a leading role in today’s global market place, it has over 50 offices around the globe, and distributes its products to nearly every country in the world. Cambridge publishes titles from authors in over 100 different countries.

Candlewick Press

Booth: 2857

Co. description: Candlewick Press, based in Somerville, Mass., publishes books for children of all ages. Since publishing its first title two decades ago, Candlewick’s passion and independent spirit has translated into the high-quality offerings for all readers: parents, teachers, librarians, booksellers, and most of all, children.

Show specials: order a minimum of 25 Candlewick backlist units per ship-to location and receive a 50% discount, free freight, 90 days dating.

Books/galleys: The Brilliant World of Tom Gates by L. Pichon; Egg & Spoon by Gregory Maguire; Evil Librarian by Michelle Knudsen; Leroy Ninker Saddles Up by Kate DiCamillo, illustrated by Chris Van Dusen; Quest by Aaron Becker; Sam and Dave Dig a Hole by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Jon Klassen.

Capstone Young Readers

Booth: 1469

Co. description: Capstone Young Readers is a carefully selected collection of board books, readers, chapter books, graphic novels, drawing, how-to, and nonfiction titles that bring family, history, and the goal of community to life.

Caramel Tree Readers

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Caramel Tree Readers are carefully graded using the Lexile Framework for Reading, providing a gradual progression across seven levels from starter to advanced for children aged 5–12. Each level offers a range of storybooks with full-color illustrations, stories, and memorable characters. Caramel Tree Readers are also available with workbooks and audiobooks for home-schooling students and English language learners.

Show specials: 25 or more backlist gets 50% discount.

Cardinal Publishers Group

Booth: 2232

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. It specializes in a variety of adult nonfiction categories including sports, health, business, education, outdoors, and recreation, and others.

Career Press Inc.

Booth: RC95

Co. description: Career Press publishes general nonfiction that addresses real, practical human needs. Its how-to books reach a diverse market of readers—people grappling with universal issues relating to job-hunting, career management, education, money and personal goals.

Career Press Inc.

Booth: RC96

Co. description: Career Press’s New Page imprint launched its first list in fall 2000. Prominent categories for the imprint include mind/body/spirit, self-help, science, history, paranormal, health titles, and more.

Carlton Publishing Group

Booth: 870

Co. description: Carlton Books is an independent publisher of illustrated reference, sport, entertainment, and children’s books, publishing under six imprints: Carlton, Goodman, Goodman Fiell, André Deutsch, Prion and Carlton Kids.

Carolrhoda Books

Booth: 1846

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. Grades k-12.

Show specials: 50% discount and free freight on 10+ assorted backlist titles.

Carson-Dellosa Publishing

Booth: C1575

Co. description: Carson-Dellosa Publishing is a leading educational solutions provider for both educators and parents. It designs, develops, and provides parents and educators with educational workbooks; test preparation materials; specialty book-plus products; flashcards; leveled readers; storybooks; foreign language products and more.

Carthusia Edizioni

Booth: 1513

Co. description: Carthusia Edizioni is a publishing house which since 1987 has been planning and publishing educational/amusing books for children and teenagers (sometimes addressed to the whole family) on topics that concern them directly: games, art, environmental education, food, history, natural resources, human rights, intercultural education.

Casemate Group

Booth: 2656

Co. description: Casemate Group publishes and distributes a wide variety of books through its different brands. It encompasses Casemate Publishers and Casemate U.K., which specializes in military history; while Oxbow Books specializes in archaeology. Casemate Academic focuses on archaeology, religion, and literature providing distribution in North America. The group also distributes art books within the Casemate Art line.

Cato Institute

Booth: 1130B

Co. description: The Cato Institute is a nonpartisan public policy research organization that publishes books and periodicals that fuel the current debate in such areas as globalization, political science, economics, law and foreign affairs. Foreign Policy maazine named the Cato Institute the “top think tank for innovative ideas.”

The Cat’s Pajamas

Booth: 1003

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. It provides up-to-the-minute data about customers, books, backorders, order activity and shipment history.

Caxton Publishing Group Ltd.

Booth: S538

Co. description: Caxton Publishing offers a wide variety of titles; holding stock of 2,500+ titles ranging from paperbacks, childrens, fiction, gardening, lifestyle and adult fiction at very low prices.

Cedar Fort, Inc.

Booth: 1011

Co. description: Cedar Fort publishes over a 100 titles a year in such categories as cooking, gardening, fiction, romance, self-help, religion and children’s books that uplift, edify, and entertain. It is also a distributor for movies on DVD and Blu-ray.

Central Recovery Press

Booth: 1111A

Co. description: Central Recovery Press, a progressive publishing company, is shedding light on an age-old problem—addiction. It aims to break the stigma of addiction by publishing quality books that holistically address the nature of this devastating disease.

Cenveo Publisher Services

Booth: DZ1871A

Co. description: Cenveo Publisher Services provides solutions and services to book publishers. It delivers a full-range of technology, content, and delivery solutions that escalate revenue and streamline workflows while ensuring editorial integrity. Cenveo Publisher Services is an industry leader in XML-early workflow solutions, copyediting, digital outputs, automated transformations, print and fulfillment services, and so much more.

Chaosium Inc.

Booth: 2147

Co. description: Chaosium publishes fantasy and horror trade paperbacks, and award-winning roleplaying games such as Call of Cthulhu, Basic Roleplaying and Magic World. Chaosium was founded in 1975 and has won dozens of awards for the excellence of its writing and production values.

Charlesbridge Publishing

Booth: 2950

Co. description: Charlesbridge is an independent publisher of children’s books that promote reading and discovery in the classroom, home and library. Featuring: Prisoner 88 by Leah Pileggi; Alphabet Trucks by Samantha R. Vamos. From our imprint Imagine!, Frosty the Snowman, performed by Kenny Loggins, Unexplained Zodiac by Sasha Fenton. Distributed lines: Early Light, Food & Wine, and Travel + Leisure.

Chicago Review Press

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Chicago Review Press is an independent publisher giving voice to new ideas that reach beyond the trends. It publishes about 60 new titles yearly under five imprints: Chicago Review Press, Lawrence Hill Books, Ball Publishing, Zephyr Press and Academy Chicago. All Chicago Review Press titles are distributed to the book trade by Independent Publishers Group.

Child’s Play

Booth: C1583

Co. description: Child’s Play is active and interactive books, games, toys, and audio visual materials that promote whole person development and learning through play. Features include life skills, values, the environment and family.

Show specials: Free shipping on orders written at the show.

China Shanghai International

Children’s Book Fair

Booth: 2365

Co. description: The Shanghai International Children’s Book Fair (CCBF) is the only event approved by State General Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (Former GAPP) dedicated to the copyright trading, author promotion, reading advocacy, publishing, printing and distribution in contents for children.

China Universal Press &

Publication Co. Ltd.

Booth: 809

Chipotle Publishing, LLC

Booth: 842

Co. description: Distributed at defense shows worldwide, Small Arms Defense Journal is a quarterly publication focused on small arms, accessories, gear for the soldier, new products, industry news, and defense show reviews.

Chouette Publishing

Booth: 1335A

Co. description: Chouette Publishing publishes books for preschoolers, with Caillou as the main character. Caillou grows up along with his readers, bravely encountering the everyday challenges of preschool life with the help of his parents.

Books/galleys: My Storytime Box; The Little Artist by Anne Paradis; The Doodle Artist by Anne Paradis; Potty Time by Joceline Sanschargin.

Chronicle Books

Booth: 2827

Co. description:

Show specials: 50+ backlist earns extra 2% discount.

Books/galleys: The Bread Exchange by Malin Elmlid; Bar Tartine by Nick Balla and Courtney Burns; I Knead My Mommy by Francesco Marciuliano; Mix it Up! by Herve Tullet; Flora & the Penguin by Molly Idle; Flashlight by Lizi Boyd.

Cider Mill Press

Booth: 2646

Co. description: Cider Mill Press is an independent publisher that combines unique formats and fresh content to create gift books and cookbooks. Along with its children’s imprint, Applesauce Press, it has produced several bestselling titles, including: The Godfather Classic Quotes; Little Penis: A Finger Puppet Parody; Pat the Husband; The Velveteen Rabbit; The Boy’s Body Book; and The Night Before Christmas.

Cinco Puntos Press

Booth: 1105B

Co. description: Publisher of the 2013 Pen/Faulkner award winner, Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club by Benjamin Alire Saenz; Cold Type by Harvey Araton; House of Purple Cedar by Tim Tingle; A Tightly Raveled Mind by Diane Lawson; The Amado Women by Désireé Zamorano; and Otherwise, My Life Is Ordinary by Bobby Byrd.


Booth: R511

Co. description: CIROBE, the sponsor of the Remainder Pavilion at BEA 2014, is the world’s largest trade show exclusively devoted to bargain books. This annual trade show takes place every fall in Chicago. CIROBE 2014 will be October 27–30, 2014, at the Hilton Chicago.

City Lights Publishers

Booth: 1108B

Co. description: City Lights publishes fiction, poetry, cultural criticism, politics, and history.

Books/galleys: Lunch Poems: 50th Anniversary Edition by Frank O’Hara; Woman with Guitar: Memphis Minnie’s Blues by Paul and Beth Garon; Man Alive: A True Story of Violence, Forgiveness and Becoming a Man by Thomas Page McBee; In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now by Ben Hedin; Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu-Jamal by Mumia Abu-Jamal and Johanna Fernandez; Beautiful Chaos: A Life in the Theater by Carey Perloff.

CJ Lyons

Booth: AH1

Co. description: New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of 22 novels, former pediatric ER doctor CJ Lyons has lived the life she writes about in her thrillers. Winner of the International Thriller Writers’ coveted Thriller Award, Lyons’s work has sold over two million copies.

Clavis Publishing

Booth: 1333

Co. description: Clavis publishes a wide range of children’s books: books for toddlers that follow a simple key specifying the appropriate age for the book and the fundamental concept the book addresses; picture books by renowned authors and illustrators; and literary middle-grade and young adult fiction.

Cleis Press

Booth: 1233B

Co. description: Cleis Press publishes works in the areas of fiction and LGBT studies, as well as romance, erotica, how-to sex guides, human rights, memoir and women’s studies. Viva Editions are books that inform, entertain and enlighten. Its books contain inspiration, self-help, women’s issues, lifestyle, health, parenting, reference, gift and relationship advice.

Books/galleys: Blackmail, My Love by Katie Gilmartin (Cleis Press); Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them by Tina Gilbertson (Viva Editions); The Sexy Librarian’s Big Book of Erotica, edited by Rosa Caraway (Cleis Press); Cover Him with Darkness by Janine Ashbless (Tempted Romance); Penthouse Variations on Oral: Erotic Stories of Going Down, edited by Barbara Pizio (Cleis Press); Imagine the Life You’d Love to Live, Then Live It: 52 Inspired Habits and Playful Prompts by Peg Conley (Viva Editions).

Clovercroft Publishing

Booth: 1263A

Co. description: Clovercroft Publishing publishes a wide range of book categories including fiction, nonfiction, religious, and children’s books. The company was started by Larry Carpenter, former CEO of Spring Arbor, v-p of Thomas Nelson, and president and publisher of Standard Publishing. The company offers new and established authors more control over their final product than most traditional publishers.

C-M Books/Cushing-Malloy, Inc.

Booth: 1006

Co. description: C-M Books/Cushing-Malloy is a book manufacturer. With over 65 years of successful business, the company makes soft- and hardcover books in short to medium offset runs.

CN Times

Booth: 1170

Co. description: CN Times Books is a new publisher based in New York City. While it specializes in works that explore Chinese history, philosophy, culture and economics, it is developing an international scope by acquiring the works of authors whose writings explore the rest of the world.

Coach House Books

Booth: 1106B

Co. description: Coach House Books publishes literary fiction, poetry and nonfiction. Its editions are all printed on its twin Heidelberg presses and bound in an old coach house in downtown Toronto. Since 1965, it has published books by hundreds of literary figures, keeping one foot in time-honoured printing traditions and the other in the latest digital publishing innovations.

Columbia University Press

Booth: 1538

Co. description: Columbia University Press is a publisher of trade, scholarly and reference books; as well as e-books and on-line publications.

Combel Editorial

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Founded more than 20 years ago, Combel has been part of Editorial Casals since 1994.

Combined Book Exhibit

Booth: 1144, 1145, 1246, 1347, 1039, 1041

Co. description: CBE has been serving the publishing industry for 81 years, displaying and promoting books at state, regional, national and international fairs. A marketing service that allows publishers and authors worldwide to showcase their materials at major book events around the world. Co-organizer of: American Collective Stand, BookExpo and London Book Fair New Title Showcase and co-owner of

Consortium Book Sales &


Booth: 1110

Co. description: Consortium distributes high-quality books to the trade: fiction, nonfiction, pop culture, progressive politics, children’s, poetry and art. As the distributor for over 100 international independent publishers, it represents winners of the Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes, National Book Award, and New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestsellers.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts; good for one order of 20 or more per ship-to.

Constance Kay

Booth: S451

Co. description: Representing 60+ American artists who make original handmade artcards. Over 14,000 styles from which to choose.

Counterpoint & Soft Skull Press

Booth: 1221

Co. description: Author-driven, Counterpoint and Soft Skull devote all energy to the fresh, cutting-edge and literary voices of its authors. The genres are fiction and nonfiction, poetry, graphic novels, and anthologies, all of which collectively focus on current affairs and politics, counterculture, music, history, memoir, literary biography, religion and philosophy.

Books/galleys: Gangsterland by Tod Goldberg; The Palace of Illusions by Kim Addonizio; Electric City by Elizabeth Rosner; Alone in Antarctica: The First Woman to Ski Solo Across the Southern Ice by Felicity Aston; The Hour of Lead by Bruce Holbert.

Countryman Press

Booth: 1821

Co. description: The Countryman Press is Vermont’s oldest name in publishing, and maintains a tradition of producing books of substance and quality on cooking; travel; outdoor recreation and more. A division of W.W. Norton.

Craft Print International Ltd.

Booth: 1351

Co. description: Established in Singapore in 1975, Craft Print is ISO9001:2000 and FSC certified with 30 years of experience working with publishers internationally; providing pre-press, printing and distribution services worldwide.

Cranbury International

Booth: 2342

Co. description: International publishers representation agency, representing scientific, technical, medical, academic, computer science, art, architecture, trade and educational publishers in Latin America, the Carribbean and Puerto Rico. Also, an international wholesale exporter.


Booth: DZ1757

Co. description: CreateSpace, an Amazon company, is a fast; easy and free way for authors and publishers to keep control and publish their print books worldwide.

The Creative Company

Booth: 1213

Co. description: Picture books and core material nonfiction for schools and libraries.

Show specials: +2% discount on backlist.

Creative Living Publications

Booth: PDZ539

Co. description: Health & Wellness Titles: Breaking the Cancer Code by Geronimo Rubio and Carolyn Gross; Cancer Immunotherapy, an integrative approach using customized cancer vaccines; Treatable and Beatable: Healing Cancer Without Surgery by Carolyn Gross; Staying Calm in the Midst of Chaos:How to Keep Positive in an Unsettled World by Carolyn Gross.

Creative Teaching Press

Booth: C1482

Co. description: Creative Teaching Press is a publisher of supplementary educational resources for grades Pre-k-8. It offers 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.

Creative Whack Company

Booth: 753

Co. description: Creative Whack’s mission is to produce “fun products to stimulate creativity.” The award-winning Ball of Whacks is joined by the X-Ball, Y-Ball, Star Ball & the Eureka Ball. Each design features magnetic puzzle pieces that click together to form a ball, or any shape you can imagine.

Show specials: free freight at $200, with an additional 5% off at $500 and 10% off at $1000; orders may be combined with U.S. Games Systems and must be placed by June 15.

Creatively Fit LLC

Booth: C1786

Co. description: Creatively Fit offers a series of motivational books on healthy lifestyles for children focused on physical activity, nutrition, self-esteem and life skills to improve goal setting and the courage to try new things. Additional activities include school and pediatric office visits, corporate and community seminars. Creatively Fit also offers inspirational books for women that teach strategies and skills to improve self-esteem, resilience, stress management and encourage healthy lifestyles.


Booth: 2447

Crossroads Publishing House

Booth: 3033

Co. description: Crossroads Publishing House is a boutique publisher of novels by authors who have had successful careers in areas other than writing.

Crystal Clarity Publishers

Booth: 1133

Co. description: Crystal Clarity Publishers is inspired by the great Indian teacher, Paramhansa Yogananda, and Crystal Clarity founder, Swami Kriyananda. It publishes the original first edition of Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi, along with Kriyananda’s latest work, Paramhansa Yogananda: A Biography with Personal Reflections and Reminiscences.

Cuba After Dark

Booth: 3126

Cuento de Luz

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Cuento de Luz publishes children’s picture books that “bring out our inner child.”

CyberWolf Inc.

Booth: DZ1764

Co. description: CyberWolf offers a complete line of publishing supply chain technology: business management, royalties, e-commerce, ONIX and e-book download solutions.

Cypress House

Booth: RC59

Co. description: Cypress House is an award-winning, family-owned independent publishing company that also packages, markets and promotes selected titles for other independent presses; authors, and nonprofit organizations. Cypress House imprints include QED Press and Lost Coast Press.

Daedalus Books

Booth: R707

Co. description: Daedalus carries a selection of fine remainders, carefully chosen by title for quality and value. Specialties include children’s books, history, visual arts, fiction, crafts, popular science and cookbooks.

Danish Arts Foundation/Literature

Booth: 1649

Co. description: The Danish Arts Foundation/Literature promotes Danish literature abroad. It supports translations of Danish literature and organizes and supports literary events, tours, festivals, seminars, workshops and writers-in-residence schemes.

DAP (Distributed Art Publishers)

Booth: 1314

Co. description: Established in 1990 with just four client publishers, D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers now distributes over 4,000 titles from more than 300 international publishers, museums, alternative spaces, and institutions. Its customers include book stores, wholesalers, catalogues, universities, galleries, museum shops, and libraries worldwide.

Datalogics Inc.

Booth: DZ1871C

Co. description: For over 15 years Datalogics has been licensing Adobe technologies to software developers and content publishers. It supports hundreds of customers around the world. Products include: Adobe Content Server for securing eBook content with industry-standard Adobe DRM; and Adobe Reader Mobile SDK (with the fully-featured ready to brand DL Reader reference implementation), for building customized branded eBook apps and devices.

Datamatics—PreMedia Global

Booth: DZ2168

Co. description: Datamatics—Digital Publishing Solutions division provides end-to-end content and transformation solutions.

DC Canada Education Publishing

Booth: PDZ645

Co. description: DC Canada Education Publishing is a small, innovative publisher of children’s books and music based in Ottawa, Canada.

Diamond Book Distributors

Booth: 2721

Co. description: Diamond Comic Distributors, the world’s largest distributor of English-language comic books, spun off its book trade efforts into a new division: Diamond Book Distributors (DBD). DBD is dedicated to serving the needs of the book trade, with a team of professionals in sales and marketing, as well as the Diamond Comic Distributors reputation and infrastructure in selling graphic novels and related pop-culture merchandise.

Disney Publishing Worldwide

Booth: 3016

Diversion Books

Booth: 2728

Books/galleys: It’s Just a F***ing Date: Some Sort of Book About Dating by Greg Behrendt and Amiira Ruotola; Fae by C.J. Abedi; Atlanta by Sara Orwig; How to Win at the Sport of Business: If I Can Do It, You Can Do It by Mark Cuban; The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin; Contents Under Pressure by Edna Buchanan.

DK Publishing Inc.

Booth: 1528, 1529, 1629

Co. description: DK is the bestselling and award-winning publisher known for its informing, entertaining, and educating global audiences with distinctive, high-quality design. DK also publishes the Eyewitness series for children and Eyewitness Travel Guides. BradyGames, Alpha Books and Rough Guides are also available from DK; a division of Penguin Random House.

Books/galleys: Photography: The Definitive Visual History by Tom Ang; LEGO Architecture: The Visual Guide by Phil Wilkinson; Batman Year by Year: The Visual Chronicle by Matthew Manning; LEGO Ninjago: The Visual Dictionary by Hannah Dolan.

Domnizelles Publications Inc.

Booth: 2345B

Co. description: Domnizelles Publications is a Canadian company publishing stories and books.

Dover Publications

Booth: DZ1868

Co. description: Dover Publications will highlight the new children’s series, Creative Haven, coloring books for grownups; Calla Editions (including a special photographic narrative about Eric Clapton); and new books in categories such as math and science, literature, music, fine art and hobbies and crafts, just to name a few.

Down East Books

Booth: 1124B

Co. description: Down East Books features books that reflect the diversity of Maine and New England. From books on gardening, travel, cooking, history and even children’s books—if it’s about Maine, you’ll find it here.

Show specials: 50% on trade backlist titles.

Books/galleys: Neighborhood Heroes: Life Lessons from Maine’s Greatest Generation by Morgan Rielly; The Wonderful World of Oz: An Illustrated History of the American Classic by John Fricke; The 50 Greatest Players in Boston Red Sox History by Robert W. Cohen; Treasure Hunter’s Handbook by Liza Gardner Walsh; Turning the Tide at Gettysburg: How Maine Saved the Union by Jerry Desmond; Mainers on the Titanic by Mac Smith.

Downtown Bookworks

Booth: 2647

Co. description: Downtown Bookworks publishes children’s books for tots through tweens with an emphasis on unique packages, design, learning value, and interactivity. Its bestselling series include DC Super Heroes board books; Science with Stuff; and Into the Field Guides . Downtown is launching a line of PBS KIDS books and kits for fall 2014.

Show specials: a new give-away each day.

Dreamscape Media LLC

Booth: 1239

Co. description: Dreamscape publishes unabridged audiobooks and iconographic children’s book-to-video titles to the trade, with specific interest to the pubic library patron. In addition, it offers documentary and feature film distribution into the public library market and retail channels.

Dreamspinner Press

Booth: 1421

Co. description: Dreamspinner Press is an independent publisher specializing in gay romantic fiction with print, e-book, and audiobook releases, and titles translated in-house into Italian, Spanish, French and German. It publishes in genres including contemporary, historical, mystery and suspense, science fiction, fantasy and paranormal, BDSM/kink, steampunk, transgender, Westerns, and humor; along with our own Bittersweet Dreams, Timeless Dreams, and Itineris lines.

Duke University Press

Booth: 1542


Booth: 1060A

Co. description: Founded in 1972, Dundurn started off as a small publisher of Canadian nonfiction, focusing on military history, current affairs, politics, and biography. The company has since expanded, most recently acquiring Thomas Allen Publishers. Publishing more than 100 books a year, the publishing program now includes award-winning adult and YA fiction, mysteries, biographies, business, and current affairs titles, as well as a wide range of military history. Pty Limited

Booth: 1051

Co. description: Pty Lmited has partnerships with the world’s leading trade, professional and scholarly publishers, distributing its collection of 800,000 titles via and providing technology services to publishers and retailers.

EBSCO Information Services

Booth: RC99, RC100, RC109, RC110

ECW Press

Booth: 1329

Co. description: ECW Press is an independent Canadian trade publisher, with a focus on fiction, poetry, mystery, memoir, pop culture, pop science, sports, music, and young adult books. Celebrating 40 years of book publishing at at BEA this year.

Books/galleys: Joni Mitchell: In Her Own Words, conversations with Malka Marom; Coming Ashore by Catherine Gildiner; Project Superhero by E. Paul Zehr, illustrated by Kris Pearn.

EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller

Booth: 2569

Co. description: EDC Publishing features Usborne and Kane Miller books that are illustrated, and written with humor, and drama. Wind-up and pull-back books for children’s of all ages.

Show specials: order at least 50 books to receive a 50% discount, free freight and net 60 terms. Order at least 100 books to receive a 54% discount, free freight and net 60 terms.

Books/galleys: I’m a Dirty Dinosaur by Janeen Brian, illustrated by Ann James; Busy Trucks on the Go by Eric Ode, illustrated by Kent Culotta; Secrets of the Seashore by Carron Brown, illustrated by Alyssa Nassner; A Basketball Story by Richard Torrey; Flippy Floppy Farm Animals by Anton Poitier, illustrated by Sophia Touliatou; Muddle and Match: Adventure, illustrated by Stephanie Hinton.


Booth: 1144

Co. description: Edelvives is dedicated to creating children’s and young people’s literature and educational projects.

Ediciones Encuentro

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Ediciones Encuentro is an independent Spanish publisher with extensive experience and has a prestigious reputation in the fields of philosophy, theology, art, literature, essays and thought in general.

Editorial Everest, S.A.

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Publication and distribution of children’s books, cookbooks, guides, text books, dictionaries, gift books.

Editorial Freelancers Association

Booth: 2548

Co. description: Founded in 1970, the Editorial Freelancers Association is a national, nonprofit professional organization for self-employed workers in the publishing industry. The free EFA JobList service puts publishers in touch with more than 2,100 highly skilled and experienced freelance writers and editorial professionals.

Editorial Oceano, S.L.

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Publisher of educational contents, books for children and young adults, general reference, coffe-table books, practical how-to guides and lifestyle. Also multimedia editions and digital products.

Edwards Brothers Malloy Inc.

Booth: 2351

Co. description: Multiple digital and offset manufacturing locations, global print partnerships and fulfillment capabilities combine to form a single print supply chain solution to put books in readers’ hands at minimum cost.

Eerdmans Books

Booth: 1039

Co. description: Independent since 1911, Eerdmans publishes books on religion, biblical studies; ethics, and spirituality. The children’s imprint, Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, publishes books on all topics, from board books and picture books for the youngest readers to novels for middle readers and young adults.

Ellora’s Cave Publishing

Booth: 2126

Co. description: Ellora’s Cave is the only publisher of Romantica brand erotic romance, Blush brand romance, and Exotika brand erotica. One of the first digital and erotic romance publishers.


Booth: 1720

Co. description: Elsevier is a leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions and deliver better care. The Science and Technology division provides STM content for scientists, researchers, students, and health and information professionals. Elsevier provides electronic content to all major platforms, including e-book collections on ScienceDirect.

Elwin Street Productions

Booth: RC65

Co. description: Producing stylish illustrated titles for the international publishing community for over 10 years. A broad range of high-quality reference, popular science, health, lifestyle, cookery and gift titles. More than 100 titles available as co-editions and license deals.

Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Booth: 2549

Co. description: Emerald is a global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society. The company manages a portfolio of more than 290 journals and over 2,000 books and book series volumes, as well as providing an extensive range of online products and additional customer resources and services.

Emerging Products

Booth: 1362

Co. description: Emerging Products Pty Ltd. and The Book Seat Pty Ltd. are the manufacturer and distributor of products like The Book Seat, a bookrest that makes reading more comfortable than ever before.

Show specials: all orders placed at BEA will receive a 75% discount from our normal freight charge.

Emirates Center for Strategic

Studies and Research

Booth: 2526

Co. description: The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research is a research center and think tank based in the United Arab Emirates that has been instrumental in the fields of social, economic, political, security, cultural, educational, health, energy, environmental and military issues with both regional and international recognition. Its publications number around 1,000 titles.

Enchanted Lion Books

Booth: 1109A

Co. description: Enchanted Lion Books is an independent publishing company based in Brooklyn, N.Y. It publishes illustrated books for children and readers of all ages.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts; good for one order of 20 or more per ship-to.

Enchanted World of Boxes

Booth: S442

Co. description: Decorative wood-burned and color-stained wooden boxes with contemporary, folk, and executive themes— all hand made. Over 45 book-box designs (hollowed out, synthetic leather); a popular accessory item in American bookstores.

Enigma Books

Booth: TM24

Co. description: Enigma Books is a publisher of works of modern and contemporary history, espionage history, as well as historical and crime fiction for all readers; students, and scholars. Enigma Books and Language Publications have translated and published major works of history and crime fiction from major European languages into English.


Booth: 2146

Co. description: Enthrill is a device agnostic, digital content distributor offering the only cross-platform–enabled DRM for publishers and authors. From publisher through to consumer, Endpaper, Enthrill’s cloud-based fulfillment engine, provides the complete end-to-end digital content delivery platform to enable publishers to grow and expand their e-book business.


Booth: DZ2166

Co. description: ePubDirect provides publishers with award-winning e-book distribution services with a global reach of 1,000 retail outlets and 45,000 libraries in over 200 countries. ePubDirect is the exclusive e-book distributor for some of the largest publishing and most well-known houses in the world, including Random House Group, EUROSPAN, and Hot Key Books.

Show specials: 60-day free trial of the Advanced eBook Analytics service.


Booth: C1778

Co. description: Etymotic Research, Inc. is an engineering-driven research, development, and manufacturing company. The name “Etymotic” means “true to the ear.” Mead Killion, Ph.D., founded Etymotic Research in 1983 to design products that accurately assess hearing, improve the lives of those with hearing loss, protect hearing, and enhance the listening experience of musicians and music lovers everywhere.

Europa Editions

Booth: TM29

Co. description: Europa Editions is an independent publishing house founded in 2005 with offices in New York, London, and Rome. Bestselling authors include: Muriel Barbery (France); Amara Lakhous (Algeria); Laurence Cossè (France); Alessandro Piperno (Italy); Jane Gardam (U.K.); Alina Bronsky (Russia/Germany); Alberto Angela (Italy); James Hamilton-Paterson (U.K.); and Elena Ferrante (Italy). Europa publishes about 35 titles a year of fiction, high-end crime fiction, and occasional works of narrative nonfiction.


Booth: 1367

Co. description: Excelovate is a full-service Canadian publishing house committed to creating self-help publications and coaching materials. Its mandate is helping people and enriching lives. New releases: From the Fields to the Future by Joyce Robinson and TrailBlasian by T.K. McLennon.

Excelsoft Technologies Inc.

Booth: DZ1865

Co. description: Excelsoft is a technology solution provider in the education and training space, reaching over 23 million learners across the globe through its products and solutions. Excelsoft is announcing two new products at BEA: OpenPage, for digital interactive book needs, and Cognowise, data and analytics–driven support for better decisionmaking with the goal of improving learning outcomes and student success.

The Experiment

Booth: 839

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.

F & W Media

Booth: 1947

Co. description: F&W Media strives to offer the highest quality content in a wide variety of formats—from print to digital to video. Its goal is to offer community, content, and connectivity to focused markets.


Booth: C1379

Co. description: Fablus is a creative, family-oriented publisher with a deep focus on youth development. It creates stories with philosophical characters who guide and support parents and child educators, providing an opportunity to discuss important topics with children using a fun and creative approach. Offerings: the Phil & Sophie collection, a series of books for children ages 2–7 that encourages everyone to embrace happiness and adopt a positive attitude.

Faith Words, Center Street and

Jericho Books

Booth: 2819

Co. description: FaithWords is a publisher of inspirational authors Joyce Meyer and Joel Osteen. Center Street publishes fiction for the general market and nonfiction in categories such as leadership, sports, health and fitness, memoir, and current events. Jericho Books explores religous, social, and political issues as they related to faith and the growing change in the church.

Fanshaw Books

Booth: R413

Co. description: A wide variety of U.K. publishers remainders, with a speciality in history, biography, and art.

Fantagraphics Books

Booth: 1927

Co. description: Contemporary comics and graphic novels, as well as vintage cartoon collections, including The Complete Peanuts by Charles M. Schultz; The Complete Pogo; Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse; Walt Disney’s Donald Duck; and the complete works of cartoonists such as R. Crumb, Daniel Clowes, Joe Sacco, Tony Millioanire, Peter Bagge, and Jacques Tardi.


Booth: 1357

Co. description: FarFaria is an iPad app that provides families with story time. With more than 700 children’s stories—and five new ones added each week—story time has never been easier. Created for children ages 2–9, FarFaria helps children develop a passion for reading and encourages families to spend quality time reading together.

Farrar, Straus & Giroux

Booth: 1738

Co. description: Publisher of literary fiction and nonfiction, poetry, popular science, and graphic books. Its imprints include Sarah Crichton Books, FSG Originals, North Point Press, Hill and Wang, and Scientific American/FSG. Faber and Faber, Inc. is an affiliate of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Also, FSG distributes Graywolf Press and Drawn & Quarterly.

FastPencil Inc.

Booth: DZ1868

Co. description: A cloud-based writing and publishing platform for writers, small publishers, and enterprise clients.

Feminist Press

Booth: 1108A

Co. description: The Feminist Press promotes voices on the margins of dominant culture and publishes feminist works from around the world, inspiring personal transformation and social justice.

FILI—Finnish Literature Exchange

Booth: 1649

Co. description: FILI supports the translation, printing, and publication of literature and promotes Finnish literature abroad. FILI has operated since 1977 and is part of the Finnish Literature Society, founded in 1831. FILI publishes the online, organizes seminars for translators, and arranges visits for international publishers to Finland. FILI coordinates the “Finland. Cool.” project as country guest of honor at the Frankfurt in 2014.


Booth: 967

Fire Flies

Booth: 3021

Co. description: Fire Flies Entertainment is a new media entertainment company specializing in children’s and young adult media. Its titles include the green children’s series Jordan & Justine’s Weekend Adventures; the Undercover Starlet Journal; Cameo by Tanille novel & music; and more. The company is seeking to sell publishing rights outside the U.S.

Show specials: orders at the show receive a 30% discount on all titles plus 10% of the order in free books.

Firebrand Technologies

Booth: DZ2257

Co. description: Firebrand Technologies provides leadership and information flow throughout the publishing process. Title Management Software tracks titles from pre-acquisition through post-production, marketing, and sales.

Firefly Books Ltd.

Booth: 1549

Co. description: Exhibiting new fall 2014 titles from Firefly Books, Annick Press, Mikaya Press, and Robert Rose.

Show specials: 50% discount and free freight on all backlist titles to bookstore accounts on orders placed at BEA.

Books/galleys: The World of Birds by Jonathan Elphick; Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts About How Much Water We Use to Make Everyday Products by Stephen Leahy; Sci Fi Chronicles: A Visual History of the Galaxy’s Greatest Science Fiction, edited by Guy Haley; Top 10 of Everything 2015 by Caroline Ash; The History of the Book in 100 Books by Roderick Cave.

Booth: 3129

Co. description: The company edits everything from doctoral theses and dissertations to traditional magazine articles and everything in between.

Show specials: save 15% off editing projects by using the exclusive show discount.

Flame Tree Publishing

Booth: 862

Co. description: Flame Tree Publishing is an independent U.K. publisher producing high-quality books, calendars, and gift books for the international markets. Key subjects include fine art, music, popular culture, general reference and cookery. New book titles this year are Street Art; Rock Guitar Heroes; and Erte. Also features foiled and embossed journals.

Flatiron Books

Booth: 1738

Co. description: Flatiron Books is a new division of Macmillan that will publish two to three titles per month, beginning in September 2014. Named after the historic building in which the company is housed, Flatiron Books is committed to publishing a small, focused list of nonfiction by authors with distinctive voices.

Flying Frog Publishing Inc.

Booth: C1780A

Co. description: Flying Frog is a publisher of children’s books and activity kits that educate and entertain for ages 0–12. Its most popular kits include paper planes, origami, and balloons. Flyng Frog publishes hundreds of board-book titles such as Sesame Street, Dear God, kids’ inspirational series, and a wide variety of early learning and story books.

Fog City Publishing, LLC

Booth: AH3

Co. description: Fog City Publishing publishes a catalogue of 27 titles by #1 New York Times bestselling author Barbara Freethy. The titles range from contemporary romance to romantic suspense and women’s fiction. Freethy was traditionally published for many years and began indie publishing in 2011 and has sold over four million e-books in three years.

Fog Ink

Booth: PDZ652

Co. description: Fog Ink is an independent publishing company that manages book publication and editorial, publicity, and marketing for its clients, as well as publishing music and CDs. Fog Ink produces a small number of high-quality works of art each year and its products have been translated into multiple languages and distributed in five foreign countries as well as the U.S. Based in Nashville, Tenn., Fog Ink is a division of Fields of Gold Publishing Inc.

Folkmanis Inc.

Booth: C1678

Co. description: Featuring nearly 250 award-winning wildlife and character puppets, inspired by nature and literature. The perfect sideline for cross-merchandising books.

Show specials: free freight with any $500 order placed at BEA.

Fordham University Press

Booth: 1544

Co. description: Fordham Press publishes primarily in the humanities and social sciences. It has produced award-winning studies in the fields of anthropology, classics, communications, the fine arts, history, literary studies, philosophy, political theory, religion, sociology 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.

Foreword Reviews

Booth: 747

Co. description: Reviews and feature articles exclusively on indie publishing trends, publisher and author profiles. Foreword also offers services for authors and publishers, including representation at BEA, ALA, international book fairs, professional critiques, and advertising.

Show specials: Enter for a chance to win its “Discover Indie Books” giveaway.

Forge Books

Booth: 1738

Co. description: An imprint of Tom Doherty Associates, Forge Books is a publisher of fiction, mysteries, romance, and thrillers.

Forma Edizioni

Booth: 1513

Co. description: Forma is a publishing initiative with the objective of spreading knowledge in the fields of art, architecture, and design.

Fortune and Associates

Booth: 456

Co. description: Established in 2003, Fortune and Associates creates books and DVDs about educational leadership and parenting to help close the academic achievement gap in traditional public schools and charter schools. New parenting books and DVDs are offered in both English and Spanish.

Fox Chapel Publishing

Booth: 1268

Co. description: Crafts information for a hands-on-world, publishing 80+ titles annually. Its imprint, Design Originals, expands its crafting content from jewelry to needlework, clay, mixed media, paper crafts, and more to over 350 titles.


Booth: S457

Co. description: FoxMind games focuses on developing reasoning skills, verbal expression, creativity and strategic thinking. The line consists of educational games, logic puzzles, spatial visualization, strategy and party games for the whole family.

Frankfurt Book Fair

Booth: 1557

Co. description: The Frankfurt Book Fair is the biggest book and media fair worldwide— about 7,300 exhibitors from about 100 countries, 275,000 visitors, and about 9,300 journalists. It also organizes German Collective Stands at international book fairs. The Frankfurt Book Fair is a subsidiary of the German Publishers & Booksellers Association. It operates information offices in New York, New Delhi, Moscow and Beijing. The FBF 2014 will take place from October 8–12.

Franklin Covey Co.

Booth: RC68

Co. description: Featuring The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This year’s new products: Unwind!; The Leader in Me; Unlocking Potential; and The 7 Habits of Happy Kids.

Franklin Eyewear

Booth: S450

Co. description: Franklin Eyewear offers a sun and reading glass program with great style at low prices. Reading glasses are coded by strength, sunglasses by category.

Show specials: free shipping on all orders over $100.

Freakshow Books

Booth: 660

Frederic Donner Books

Booth: 3120

Fresh Frances Greetings & Gifts

Booth: S444

Co. description: Fresh Frances offers greeting cards for children and adults, all occasions and holidays, plus matchbook-style notebooks, magnets, boxed notes, gift enclosures and more.

Show specials: order $250 or more of items and receive free freight.

Friesens Corp.

Booth: 2532

Co. description: Friesens provides complete book manufacturing services in a 250,000-sq.-ft., climate-controlled production facilities.

Frommer’s Travel Guides

Booth: 1325B

Fulcrum Publishing

Booth: 1111B

Co. description: Fulcrum Publishing’s nature titles celebrate and emphasize the importance of guarding the world’s natural resources. The history and politics category highlights important topics and often overlooked people, moments and events. Its culture category explores human creativity, inventiveness and educating through graphic novels.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts. Good for one order of 20 cps or more per ship-to.

Galaxy Press

Booth: 1709

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

Galison Mudpuppy

Booth: 2827

Co. description: Galison Mudpuppy creates stationery, gifts, toys, puzzles, and more.

Gallup Press

Booth: 1330B

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

Gardners Books

Booth: 1462

Co. description: Gardners holds 500,000 books, DVDs, CDs, vinyl and gift & stationery products in-stock, plus a further 750,000 e-books, all available to ship same day and supported by a range of services, including consumer-direct fulfilment and customized data feeds.

Gemser Publications

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Packager and publisher illustrated books for children, fiction, nonfiction, and religion.

Georgetown University Press

Booth: 1544

Co. description: Books in international affairs and human rights; public policy; ethics; bioethics; religion and ethics; American governance; and languages & linguistics.


Booth: DZ1871B

Co. description: GiantChair Inc. is a group of metadata specialists behind Onixsuite, a cloud-based software for publishers and distributors that helps create, clean, enrich, and share metadata across the trade.

Gingko Press Inc.

Booth: 1301

Co. description: Publisher and distributor of books on art, design, architecture, photography, comics, pop and underground culture, Marshall McLuhan. New titles include: Bicycle Artisans; Stunning Houses; Outdoor Gallery— New York City; and Beneath the Streets: The Hidden Relics of New York City.

Gita Publishing House

Booth: PDZ639

Co. description: Publisher of nonfiction books on self-improvement, self-knowledge, and self-realization with emphasis on practice in daily life, written by J.P. Vaswani.

Giunti Editore S.p.A.

Booth: 1513

Co. description: Giunti Editore, the fourth-largest Italian publisher and the second-largest for children’s books, publishes in many areas: fiction, nonfiction, illustrated, cooking, children’s, and art. Giunti has 160 bookstores and includes the imprints Giorgio Nada, Fatatrac, Motta Junior, Editoriale Scienza, Edizioni Del Borgo and Dami.

Global PSD/Channel Photographics

Booth: 1220

Co. description: Global Printing Sourcing & Development (Global PSD) is a fine art book printer, specializing in coffee-table editions, oversized formats, books-plus, pop-ups, children’s books, books with special features, and e-books.

Globe Pequot Press

Booth: 1939, RC80

Co. description: Globe Pequot Press is a publisher and distributor specializing in cooking, history, biography, memoir, sports and regional interest. GPP is the North American distributor for two sister companies— Footprint Travel Guides and PopOut! Distributor for numerous travel and specialty publishers; including Appalachian Mountain Club, Bradt Travel Guides, Jonglez Publishing, The Milepost, Trailblazer Publications and Western Horseman.

Show specials: extra 3% off or free freight.

Gooseberry Patch

Booth: 1131B

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

Grand Central Publishing

Booth: 2819

Co. description: Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group, reaches a diverse audience through hardcover, trade paperback, e-book, and mass market imprints that cater to every kind of reader. Authors include Nicholas Sparks, David Baldacci, Gwyneth Paltrow, Robin Roberts, Sandra Brown, Brad Meltzer, Preston & Child, Nelson DeMille, Mario Batali, Nev Schulman, Seth Grahame-Smith, Candace Bushnell, Tom Rob Smith, Jeffery Deaver, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Jill Shalvis and many more.

Grange Books

Booth: R428

Co. description: Grange Books represents and distributes the Greenwich Book Company, Greenvale Books Ltd., and Park Lane Books. Together, they offer a wide range of illustrated nonfiction titles, including art, history, popular culture and lifestyle; plus, all types of children’s books.

Graywolf Press

Booth: 1746

Co. description: Graywolf Press is a leading independent publisher committed to the discovery and energetic publication of contemporary American and international literature. Authors include Per Petterson, Tracy K. Smith, Mary Szybist, Kevin Barry, Geoff Dyer, J. Robert Lennon, Eula Biss, Kathryn Davis, Robert Boswell, Claudia Rankine, Percival Everett, and other notable writers.

Show specials: Jeffery Renard Allen is signing galleys of Song of the Shank.

Books/galleys: On Immunity: An Inoculation by Eula Biss; Geek Sublime by Vikram Chandra; See You in Paradise by J. Robert Lennon; Song of the Shank by Jeffery Renard Allen; Citizen by Claudia Rankine.

Greystone Books

Booth: 1327A

Co. description: Greystone Books is a leading publisher of books about nature and the environment, travel and adventure, sports, and current issues, as well as books that are literary expressions of personal passions. Its publishes such authors as David Suzuki, Charlotte Gill, Andrew Nikiforuk and Wade Davis, among many others. Its publishing alliances include the David Suzuki Foundation, Me to We Books, and LifeTree Media.

Books/galleys: Paddlenorth by Jennifer Kingsley; The Personalized Medicine Revolution by Pieter Cullis; Saboteurs by Andrew Nikiforuk; Slow Road to Brownsville by David Reynolds; Technocreep by Thomas P. Keenan; Where Do Camels Belong? By Ken Thompson.

Groundwood Books

Booth: 1332

Co. description: Groundwood Books is an independent Canadian publisher of books for children. Distributed by PGW/Perseus Books Group.

Books/galleys: Work: An Occupational ABC by Kellen Hatanaka; The Elevator Ghost by Glen Huser; Any Questions? by Marie-Louise Gay; Naptime! by Iris de Moüy; Mr. Frank by Irene Luxbacher; The Cat at the Wall by Deborah Ellis.

Grove Atlantic

Booth: 1321

Co. description: Independent publisher of literary fiction and nonfiction.

Books/galleys: Painted Horses by Malcolm Brooks; The Undertaking by Audrey Magee; Agent Storm: My Life Inside al Qaeda and the CIA by Morten Storm with Paul Cruickshank and Tim Lister; The White Van by Patrick Hoffman; Cobra by Deon Meyer; The Forgers by Bradford Morrow.

Grupo Anaya

Booth: 1144

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

Grupo Hispano

Booth: 2020

Co. description: Distributes books through all channels such as catalogues, clubs, bookstores, cafeterias, grocery chains, stationery stores, department stores, convenience stores, etc., in Mexico, Central America, South American and the Caribbean. Grupo Hispano also exports to the U.S. Hispanic market. Its four imprints include Silver Dolphin en Español (children’s titles), Numen (adult reference and design), Degustis (cookbooks), and Animae Books (self-help).

GS Sales, LLC

Booth: R612

Co. description: GS Sales is a book remainder and wholesale company specializing in children’s books.

Guerra Edizioni Edel Srl

Booth: 1513

Co. description: For years, Guerra Edizioni has been developing educational materials for the study and teaching of Italian as a foreign language.

Guilford Publications

Booth: 1829

Co. description: Guilford Press presents scholarly work to general readers, professionals, and academics. Guilford publishes a full line of print and e-trade and professional books, videos, and journals in psychology and the behavioral sciences, education, research methods, and geography.

Show specials: receive a 50% discount on orders of give frontlist titles and 20 assorted back list titles.

Guinness World Records

Booth: 1852

Co. description: Guinness World Records is the authority on record-breaking achievement. First published in 1955, the annual Guinness World Records book is published in more than 100 countries and 25 languages and is the highest-selling book under copyright of all time, with more than three million copies sold annually across the globe.

H.M. Ward

Booth: AH5

Co. description: H.M. Ward is one of the bestselling indie authors in the world, having sold over four million books. In 2013 she had 11 titles appear on the New York Times bestseller list, and has social media reach that exceeds 20 million. Ward writes in the New Adult genre.

Hachette Audio

Booth: 2819

Co. description: Hachette Audio is the publisher of a variety of popular genres in audio form, matching Hachette Book Group books with talented actors, composers, and producers to find its fullest expression. Including Grammy award-winning programs, these audiobooks are available on CD and as digital downloads. Summer productions include audiobooks by James Patterson, Robert Galbraith, Megan Abbott, Sandra Brown, and Michael Koryta; and YA titles from Chris Colfer, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, and Chris Weitz.

Hachette Book Group, USA

Booth: 2917, 2819, 2820

Co. description: Hachette Book Group is a leading trade publisher based in New York and a division of Hachette Livre, the third-largest trade and educational publisher in the world. HBG publishes under the divisions of Little, Brown and Company, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Grand Central Publishing, Orbit, Hachette Books, Hachette Nashville, and Hachette Audio.

Hachette Books

Booth: 2819

Co. description: Hachette Books is the newly renamed publishing division that Hachette Book Group is launching. Built on the foundation of the Hyperion backlist that HBG acquired in 2013, Hachette Books will be a new home for publishing across a broad spectrum of subjects and interests, including narrative nonfiction, business, pop culture, science, health and wellness, humor and some fiction.

Hal Leonard Performing Arts

Publishing Group

Booth: 821

Co. description: A leading publisher of books on music, theater, film and television.

Books/galleys: 108 Rock Star Guitars by Lisa S. Johnson; The Fender Archives Scrapbook by Tom Wheeler; Brian May’s Red Special by Brian May and Simon Bradley; Stella! Mother of Modern Acting by Sheana Ochoa; Backbeat Spirituality series by Nicholas Nigro; and Seinfeld FAQ by Nicholas Nigro.

Hanover Publisher Services

Booth: 2945

Co. description: Archipelago: Classic and contemporary world literature. Campfire: Graphic novels for tweens and teens. New Europe Books/Young Europe Books: Books from and about Eastern Europe. Pushkin Press: Publisher of novels, memoirs and children’s books. Steerforth: General interest publisher of quality fiction and narrative nonficton. Sales and distribution through Random House.


Booth: 3038

Co. description: Harlequin is a leading publisher of books for women, with titles issued worldwide in 34 languages and sold in 110 international markets. The company publishes more than 110 titles monthly and more than 1,300 authors from around the world. Harlequin has offices in 18 countries, including offices in Toronto, New York, and London.

Books/galleys: The Good Girl by Mary Kubica; Little Mercies by Heather Gudenkauf; The Beautiful Ashes by Jeaniene Frost; Four Friends by Robyn Carr; Avenge Me by Maisey Yates; The Last Breath by Kimerly Belle.

HarperCollins Publishers

Booth: 2038

Co. description: HarperCollins, one of the largest English-language publishers in the world, is a subsidiary of News Corp. Headquartered in New York, HarperCollins has publishing groups around the world, including the HarperCollins General Books Group; HarperCollins Children’s Books Group; HarperCollins Christian Publishing; HarperCollins UK; HarperCollins Canada; HarperCollins Australia/New Zealand and HarperCollins India.

Books/galleys: Let Me Be Frank with You by Richard Ford (Ecco); Rooms by Lauren Oliver (Ecco); The Story of Land and Sea by Katy Simpson Smith (Harper); The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen (Harper); Angel Killer by Andrew Mayne (Bourbon Street Books); Slow Dancing with a Stranger by Meryl Comer (HarperOne).

HarperCollins Children’s Books Group

Booth: 2039

Co. description: HarperCollins, one of the largest English-language publishers in the world, is a subsidiary of News Corp. Headquartered in New York, HarperCollins has publishing groups around the world, including the HarperCollins General Books Group; HarperCollins Children’s Books Group; HarperCollins Christian Publishing; HarperCollins UK; HarperCollins Canada; HarperCollins Australia/New Zealand and HarperCollins India.

Books/galleys: The One by Kiera Cass (HarperTeen); Endgame: The Calling by James Frey (HarperCollins); Positive by Paige Rawl (HarperCollins); Four: A Divergent Collection by Veronica Roth (Katherine Tegen Books); The Guardian Herd: Starfire by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez (HarperCollins); Messenger of Fear by Michael Grant (Katherine Tegen Books).

Harvard University Press

Booth: 1539

Books/galleys: Too Big to Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise with Corporations by Brandon L. Garrett; The Royalist Revolution: Monarchy and the American Founding by Eric Nelson; Hate Crimes in Cyberspace by Danielle Keats Citron; The Middle Ages by Johannes Fried.

Harvest House Publishers

Booth: 2449

Co. description: Fall 2014 featured titles include: Choose Love by Stormie Omartian; Say Yes to God Journal by Lysa TerKeurst; Get Unstuck, Be Unstoppable by Valorie Burton; and I Want God by Lisa Whittle. Also featuring: The Amish Blacksmith by Mindy Starns Clark and Susan Meissner.

Hay House, Inc.

Booth: RC115

Co. description: A leading publisher of mainstream and self-help books, audios, videos and gifts. Bestselling authors include Louise Hay, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Gregg Braden, Pam Grout, Caroline Myss, Brian L. Weiss, Gabrielle Bernstein; and Christiane Northrup.

Haymarket Books

Booth: 1103A

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

Hazelden Publishing

Booth: 1403C

Co. description: Hazelden is the leading publisher of resources that help millions of people recognize, understand, and conquer addiction and related life issues. Hazelden provides readers the tools and guidance needed to overcome adversity and grow in the areas of recovery, relationships, family, mental health and spirituality.

Headline Books

Booth: 2368

Co. description: Headline Books, 29 years of publishing experience—over 213 national awards, including ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Award, 32 Mom’s Choice Awards, and Grand Prize Winner at the London Book Festival.

Henry Holt & Company

Booth: 1738

Highbridge Audio

Booth: RC82

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 Publishing.

Highlights Press

Booth: 1946

Co. description: Highlights Press, trade book publishing division of Highlights. Under the Highlights Press and Boyds Mills Press imprint, Calkins Creek and WordSong publish award-winning children’s books for preschool through middle grade.

Hispabooks Publishing

Booth: TM27

Co. description: Hispabooks is an independent publishing house focusing on contemporary Spanish fiction in English-language translation.

Books/galleys: Paris by Marcos Giralt Torrente; Antón Mallick Wants to Be Happy by Nicolás Casariego; Rain Over Madrid by Andrés Barba; The Stein Report by José Carlos Llop; The Birthday Buyer by Adolfo García Ortega; Uppsala Woods by Álvaro Colomer.

Hispania Libros-Cuidad Argentina

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Technical-scientific publisher, specializing in law, economics, public policies, economic integration, public services, environment, urbanism, history, and sociology. Co-publishes with major European and American universities.

Historic Pictoric

Booth: 1335B

Co. description: Historic Pictoric is a brand of Buffalo Media Works, an independent publisher and design firm specializing in the creation of uniquely designed regional products through an extensive image collection.

Show specials: free display with purchase.

Holiday House Inc.

Booth: 956

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

Horror Writers Association

Booth: 2558

Co. description: HWA is a writer’s service organization specializing in the horror and dark fantasy genres.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Booth: 1657

Co. description: For nearly two centuries, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s trade division has published some of the world’s most renowned novels, nonfiction, children’s books and reference works in hardcover, trade paperback, and e-book formats. Its distinguished author list includes eight Nobel Prize winners, 47 Pulitzer Prize winners, 13 National Book Award winners, and more than 100 Caldecott, Newbery, Printz, and Sibert Medal and Honor recipients.

Books/galleys: Ivan: The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla by Katherine Applegate, illustrated by G. Brian Karas; Mortal Heart: His Fair Assassin, Book 3 by Robin LaFevers; Bats in the Band by Brian Lies; The Misadventures of Sweetie Pie by Chris Van Allsburg; The Nixon Tapes by Douglas Brinkley and Luke Nichter; The Jaguar’s Children by John Vaillant; How to Cook Everything Fast: A Better Way to Cook Great Food by Mark Bittman.

House of Anansi Press

Booth: 1332

Co. description: House of Anansi Press specializes in finding and developing Canadian writers of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction; and in maintaining the culturally significant backlist that has accumulated in the decades since the house was founded. Distributed by PGW/Perseus Books Group.

Books/galleys: Weirdo by Cathi Unsworth; Beyond Intelligence by Dona Matthews and Joanne Foster; Slim and None by Howard Baldwin; Life Is About Losing Everything by Lynn Crosbie; Birding with Yeats by Lynn Thomson; Lucky Dog by Dr. Sarah Boston.

Housing Works Bookstore Cafe

Booth: 2465

Co. description: BEA’s official charity partner, the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe is a nonprofit bookstore, café, and event venue that will be accepting donated books and media at the end of the expo. Housing Works is the largest community-based AIDS service organization in the United States, fighting to end AIDS and homelessness.

Human Kinetics Publishers Inc.

Booth: 950

Co. description: Consumer-oriented books, e-books, DVDs, and software on sports, fitness and health; texts and references on human performance.

Show specials: free shipping.

Books/galleys: 4:09:43: Boston 2013 Through the Eyes of the Runners by Hal Higdon; Delavier’s Strength Training Anatomy Workout for Women by Frederic Delavier and Michael Gundill, Encyclopedia of Muscle and Strength—2nd Edition by Jim Stoppani; Strength Training for Fat Loss by Nick Tumminello; High-Intensity 300 by Dan Trink; Faster Road Racing by Pete Pfitzinger and Phillip Latter.

i play., Inc.

Booth: 2345

Co. description: A “values-based and family-oriented” company that provides healthy products for babies’ early development.

Icelandic Literature Center

Booth: 1649

Co. description: The role of the Icelandic Literature Center is to support and raise awareness of Icelandic literature both within Iceland and abroad, and promote its distribution. Foreign publishers of Icelandic books can apply to the Center for translation subsidies.

ICEX Espana Exportacion e


Booth: 1144

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: 1030

Co. description: Ideals Publications is a leading publisher of inspirational and seasonal books for children through imprints including CandyCane Press, Ideals Children’s Books and Williamson Books; and also serves as a distributor. Ideals Magazine, a part of family traditions for nearly 70 years, brings to life holidays full of warmth; hope and love. Guideposts Books features inspirational fiction and nonfiction adult books, including the bestselling devotional Daily Guideposts.

Show specials: 50% discount, free freight, and 90-day billing on orders with a $150 minimum received at the show or faxed within two weeks of the show ending.

IDW Publishing

Booth: 2722A

Co. description: IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books and graphic novels, based in San Diego, Calif. Renowned for its diverse catalogue of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including Hasbro’s The Transformers, G.I. Joe, and My Little Pony.

IEC Career Investment

Booth: PDZ740

Co. description: Publishing company specializing in writing educational textbooks for nursery schools, elementary schools, and colleges. Many bestsellers in West Africa.

IGI Global

Booth: RC74

Co. description: Established in 1988, IGI Global, headquartered in Hershey, Pa., is an academic publisher of reference books, journals, encyclopedias, teaching cases, conference proceedings and databases.

Image Comics Inc.

Booth: 2724

Co. description: Image Comics is one of largest comics and graphic novel publishers in the United States, covering nearly every genre, sub-genre and style imaginable.

Impelsys Inc.

Booth: DZ2066

Co. description: Impelsys’s flagship product—iPublishCentral, is a white-labeled e-book delivery infrastructure solution that enables publishers through an SAAS model to warehouse, distribute, market, sell, and deliver content online across multiple platforms.

Incentive Publications by World Book

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Incentive Publications by World Book provides educators with innovative, effective professional development resources and useful supplemental classroom materials.

Show specials: order of 25 or more backlist titles gets a 50% discount.

Independent Book Publishers Assn.

Booth: 2352

Co. description: IBPA is the largest association of independent publishers and self-published authors in the U.S.

Independent Publishers Group

Booth: 2527

Co. description: IPG is a leading provider of expert distribution services for innovative publishers of print and e-books, and provides other client services ranging from advertising; pre-publication consultation and PR to trade show promotion; marketing and digital support. With an emphasis on targeted selling of both front and back list titles in all channels, IPG gives publishers broader reach into more markets; including general trade, academic, children’s, Spanish and gift.

Show specials: order 25 or more backlist titles from IPG client publishers and get a 50% discount.

Indie Bestsellers

Booth: DZ1761

Co. description: Indie Bestsellers is a group of 14 self-published authors: Jana DeLeon, Liliana Hart, Debra Holland, Tina Folsom, Colleen Gleason, Jane Graves, Jasinda Wilder, Denise Grover Swank, Dorien Kelly, Theresa Ragan, Bella Andre, Stephanie Bond, Barbara Freethy, Hugh Howey.

Information Today, Inc./ Plexus Publishing, Inc.

Booth: 730

Co. description: Information Today Inc. is a leading publisher and conference organizer in the library, publishing and electronic content fields, while its affiliate, Plexus Publishing Inc., publishes books in the fields of nature, science, history and fiction.

Show specials: free freight and 50% off all orders on books.

Ingram Content Group

Booth: 1057

Co. description: Ingram Content Group Inc. is the world’s largest distributor of books, music, and media content.

Ingram Publisher Services

Booth: 1263

Co. description: Ingram Publisher Services is Ingram’s full-service book distribution solution for publishers that provides the broadest access to customers worldwide through comprehensive print and digital solutions and sales and marketing services.

Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.

Booth: 1139

Co. description: Founded in 1975, Inner Traditions International is a publisher of esoteric, occult, and spirituality books. Inner Traditions merged with Bear & Company in 2000 to become a global leader in new age, ancient mystery, and self-transformation publishing.

Books/galleys: Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods by Andrew Collins; Dance of Reality by Alejandro Jodorowsky; Aleister Crowley: The Beast in Berlin by Tobias Churton; DMT and the Soul of Prophecy by Rick Strassman; The Complete Lenormand Oracle Handbook by Caitlín Matthews; The Secrets of Ancient America by Carl Lehrburger.


Booth: DZ2064

Co. description: Helps customers build and enhance content and information, spread knowledge via e-books and deliver digital products more efficiently.

INscribe Digital

Booth: DZ2157

Co. description: INscribe Digital brings a decade of experience in digital media asset distribution combined with a wealth of executive-level publishing, bookselling and marketing know-how to the table to help publishers maximize their digital assets and drive sales in an ever-changing digital market place.

Insight Editions

Booth: 1232

Co. description: Insight Editions is an illustrated book publisher focused on creating superlative books on pop culture, photography, music, and children’s titles.

Show specials: 50% discount and free freight.

Instituto Cervantes

Booth: 1144

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.

Interlink Publishing

Booth: 851

Co. description: Established in 1987, Interlink is an independent press specializing in world travel, literature in translation, history/politics/current affairs, and more. Interlink has five imprints: Interlink Books, Clockroot Books, Crocodile Books, Olive Branch Press, Cadogan Guides USA.

Show specials: 50% discount on all show orders.

Books/galleys: History of International Fashion by Didier Grumbach; Chinese Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook, tales retold by Paul Yee; America and WW I: A Traveller’s Guide by Mark D. Van Ells; Wrapped: Crêpes, Wraps, and Rolls from Around the World by Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra by Gaitri Pagrach-Chandra; Persiana: Recipes from the Middle East & Beyond by Sabrina Ghayour; Salmagundi: A Celebration of Salads from Around the World by Sally Butcher, photography by Yuki Sugiura.

International Publishers Marketing

Booth: 1563

Co. description: International Publishers Marketing is a sales, marketing, and distribution service for publishers in both academic and trade publishing. IPM partners with the publisher to create a customized, strategic marketing service and fast, efficient fulfillment.

Show specials: 50% discount.

IPR License

Booth: RC131

Co. description: IPR License is the global and digital marketplace for the licensing of book rights. Publishers, literary agencies, and authors can list the rights they have available for different territories, languages, format, TV and film, media rights, and permissions to quote and transactions are completed directly via the platform, providing immediate revenue for members.

Italian Trade Agency

Booth: 1513, 1613

Co. description: The Italian Trade Agency is the government agency entrusted with promoting trade, industrial, and technological cooperation, and disseminating economic information regarding Italy abroad. The Chicago Office is responsible, among others, for the publishing sector; as well as maintaining and regularly updating its publishing website.

ITMB—International Travel Maps & Books

Booth: S440

Co. description: Travel atlases, maps and globes; 450 titles in print. Also markets A-Z, Borch, CMO, Freytag & Berndt, Gizimaps, GMJ Maps, ITM Globes, IGN, Map Studio, Maps International, Marco Polo Maps and Guides, Michelin Maps, National Geographic Maps and Globes, Nelles Verlag, Nicolson Maps, Ordnance Survey, Rayworld, Replogle Globes, Stellanova International Globes, and TCI Maps.

Jacqui Small L.L.P.

Booth: RC39

Co. description: Jacqui Small LLP publishes illustrated books on interiors, food and drink, craft, floral and garden design.

Jetstream Publishing Inc.

Booth: 3030

Co. description: At the Expo this year, Jetstream will be showcasing two titles from venture capitalist Julian Pencilliah: The Jetstream of Success: Become a sophisticated thinker and awaken the Intellectual Maverick within and Your Life Your Rules: 70 Life Lessons from 70 Billionaires .

The Jewish Publication Society

Booth: 1831

Co. description: Founded in 1888, the Jewish Publication Society is the oldest not-for-profit Jewish publisher in North America. JPS publishes the definitive edition of the Jewish Bible (TANAKH), Bible studies and commentaries, classic texts, women’s studies, holidays/lifecycle events, ethics, and more.

Johns Hopkins University Press

Booth: RC87

Co. description: Founded in 1878,the Johns Hopkins University Press is one of the world’s largest university presses, publishing more than 200 new books and 58 scholarly periodicals each year. The books division publishes trade titles in the humanities, social sciences, medicine, life sciences and science as well as monographs, textbooks and reference books.

JTart Publishing & Media Group

Booth: 2435

Co. description: JTart Publishing & Media Group is a professional publisher focusing on books and magazines about architectural design, interior design, and landscape design.

Jumping Jack Press

Booth: 1060B

Co. description: Jumping Jack Press is the pop-up book imprint of Up With Paper, the world’s largest manufacturer of pop-up greeting cards, founded in 1978.

Kabbalah Publishers/ARI


Booth: PDZ644

Co. description: Kabbalah Publishers is the official publication division of Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research Institute. Bnei Baruch is an international group of Kabbalists sharing the wisdom of Kabbalah with the entire world.

Kar-Ben Publishing

Booth: 1846

Co. description: Publisher of a growing Jewish library of children’s titles.

Show specials: 50% & free freight on 10+ backlist titles.

Books/galleys: The Whispering Town by Jennifer Elvgren; Ziggy’s Big Idea by Ilana Long; Elan, Son of Two Peoples by Heidi Smith Hyde; Latke, the Lucky Dog by Ellen Fischer; Goldie Takes a Stand: Golda Meir’s First Crusade by Barbara Krasner; Stork’s Landing by Tami Lehman-Wilzig.

Kent State University Press

Booth: 1460

Co. description: Kent State University Press publishes general interest and scholarly books. Its list includes sports, true crime, Civil War and military history, Hemingway studies, and general history. It also publishes a multivolume series of The Complete Funky Winkerbean and the award-winning comic strip by Tom Batiuk.

Kingstone Comics

Booth: 656

Co. description: Kingstone Media Group has two imprints. Kingstone Comics publishes Christian comic books and Biblical worldview graphic novels featuring Randy Alcorn, Ben Avery, and Dr. Ravi Zacharias. Kingstone Studios publishes cinematic fiction featuring Doug Peterson, Ninie Hammon, and more.

Show specials: purchase 20 comics and 10 graphic novels for $99 at BEA.

Klopotek North America

Booth: DZ1756

Co. description: Klopotek is the software provider that covers all work processes in the publishing business and enables publishers to highly optimize and automate workflow in editorial, contracts, rights, royalties, production, and order to cash.

Kumon Publishing North America Inc.

Booth: 1567

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.

Kyle Books

Booth: RC66

Co. description: Publishers of illustrated nonfiction for the international market in the areas of cookery, food and nutrition, gardening, health and fitness, beauty, craft, mind/body/spirit, interiors, lifestyle, and reference.

La Coccinella—Adriano Salani Editore

Booth: 1513

Co. description: La Coccinella is a leading Italian publisher with over 35 years of experience and specializes in die-cut board books for children ages six mos. to six years.

Lahore Ahmadiyya Islamic Society

Booth: 2445

Co. description: Largest publisher of Islamic books in the United States. Over 200 titles in 12 languages.

Laridan Productions

Booth: 2467

Co. description: Laridan Productions is a multifaceted company that aims to provide a wide array of services, from casting for Broadway and filming plays to producing television shows and engineering educational and promotional content.

Laurence King Publishing

Booth: 2827

Co. description: Established in London in 1991, Laurence King Publishing is one of the world’s leading publishers of books on the creative arts.

Show specials: 50+ backlist receives an extra 2% discount.

Lectorum Publications, Inc.

Booth: 1346

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

Legato Publishers Group

Booth: 1329

Co. description: Legato Publishers Group is a boutique distribution company working with select publishers who have strong potential for growth and who would benefit from a very close working relationship with their distributor. A division of the Perseus Books Group.

Lerner Publishing Group

Booth: 1846, 1847

Co. description: Lerner Publishing Group creates high-quality fiction and nonfiction for children and young adults. Founded in 1959, Lerner is one of the nation’s largest independent children’s book publishers, with 13 imprints and divisions: Carolrhoda Books, Carolrhoda Lab, Darby Creek, ediciones Lerner, First Avenue Editions, Graphic Universe, Kar-Ben Publishing, LernerClassroom, Lerner Digital, Lerner Publications, Millbrook Press, Twenty-First Century Books & Lerner Publisher Services.

Show specials: 50% discount and free freight on a minimum of 10 assorted backlist titles.

Books/galleys: Knockout Games by G. Neri (Carolrhoda Lab); Perfectly Good White Boy by Carrie Mesrobian (Carolrhoda Lab); The Story of Owen by E.K. Johnston (Carolrhoda Lab); Santa Clauses: Short Poems from the North Pole by Bob Raczka (Carolrhoda Books); I Remember Beirut by Zeina Abirached (Graphic Universe); BirdCatDog by Lee Nordling (Graphic Universe).


Booth: 2234

Co. description: Leuchtturm1917 is a brand of sophisticated, colorful and high-quality journals with personalized details.

Show specials: free shipping on orders over $300.

Library Journal

Booth: 663

Co. description: Library Journal reviews over 8,000 books, audiobooks, videos, databases, and websites annually; and provides coverage of technology, management, policy and other professional concerns. 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.


Booth: DZ2065

Co. description: LibreDigital, of the R.R. Donnelley Digital Solutions Group, has been a leader in digital channel management services to the publishing industry for over 10 years. Content repository and distribution services, metadata, and business intelligence tools, fulfillment and marketing services. LibreDigital allows management of print and digital supply chains through a single partner.


Booth: 1144

Co. description: Business books, business history and specialized dictionaries offered simultaneously in English and Spanish thanks to editorial offices in Madrid, London, New York, Mexico, and Buenos Aires.

Lion Rampants Imports

Booth: S548

Co. description: Lion Rampant Imports is a full-service game distributor, founded in 1992 and based in Canada.


Booth: 2741

Co. description: LitBreaker Media sells and manages advertising for book blogs, literary magazines, and websites.


Booth: S550

Co. description: Litographs are prints, t-shirts, and tote bags that are created entirely from the text of classic books. Its product line includes over 100 literary titles; the company donates one book through the International Book Bank for every item sold.

Little Blueprint

Booth: C1783

Co. description: The first-ever children’s series of personalized and ready-made books based on brain science, empowering kids to thrive through life’s challenges and celebrations.

Little Brown & Company

Booth: 2819

Co. description: Little, Brown and Co. was founded in 1837 and for close to two centuries has published fiction and nonfiction by many of America’s finest writers. Back Bay Books is a paperback imprint for Little, Brown, and Mulholland Books specializes in suspense. Current authors on the list include Kate Atkinson, James Bradley, Michael Connelly, Robert Galbraith, Malcolm Gladwell, Elin Hilderbrand, Marcus Luttrell, James Patterson, David Sedaris, Maria Semple, and Donna Tartt.

Little Brown Books for Young Readers

Booth: 2819

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

Books/galleys: Bad Magic by Pseudonymous Bosch; The Walled City by Ryan Graudin; The Nuts: Bedtime at the Nuthouse by Eric Litwin and illustrated by Scott Magoon; The Young World by Chris Weitz; The Map to Everywhere by Carrie Ryan and John Park Davis; The House of Robots by James Patterson, with Chris Grabenstein and illustrated by Julian Neufeld.

Liveright Books

Booth: 1820

Co. description: Liveright Publishing Corporation grew out of the storied Boni & Liveright Press, one of the most important publishers of the early 20th century.

Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd.

Booth: RC117

Co. description: The oldest metaphysical publisher in the U.S. with lines in self-help, natural healing, and tarot/divination. Fiction Imprints: Midnight Ink (mystery) and Flux (YA). 150 New titles and 14 annuals yearly. 700 titles back list.

The London Book Fair

Booth: 761

Co. description: The London Book Fair (LBF) is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels.

London Review of Books

Booth: 2734

Lonely Planet Publications

Booth: 739

Co. description: Lonely Planet is the world’s leading travel content provider. Started in 1973, it enables curious travelers to experience the world and get to the heart of a place via guidebooks to every destination on the planet, an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products and a dedicated traveler community.

Show specials: order 20 or more backlist titles and receive a 50% discount and free freight.


Booth: 1739

Co. description: The Macmillan group includes the publisehrs Farrar, Straus and Giroux, First Second, Flatiron Books, Henry Holt & Co., Macmillan Audio, Picador, Quick and Dirty Tips, St. Martin’s Press, Tor/Forge, and various distributed publishers.

Macmillan Audio

Booth: 1738

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

Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group

Booth: 1738

Books/galleys: A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall; Trial by Fire by Josephine Angelini; The Vault of Dreamers by Caragh O’Brien; Little Elliott, Big City by Mike Curato; Little Humans by Brandon Stanton; Rain/Reign by Ann Martin.


Booth: 1228

Books/galleys: A Load of Hooey by Bob Odenkirk; All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews; In Case of Emergency by Courtney Moreno; Stories Upon Stories by Various Authors including Dave Eggers, Yiyun Li, Alessandro Baricco, and Umberto Eco; The Expeditioners and the Secret of King Triton’s Lair by SS Taylor; Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free by Cory Doctorow.


Booth: R534

Co. description: Licensed children’s and family books that retail between $1.99 and $9.99.

Matchbook Digital

Booth: 672

Co. description: Matchbook Digital is a full-service book compositor and design studio that offers book designs and layouts, copy-editing and corrections, as well as complete book packaging services.

Maven House Press

Booth: 2344

Co. description: Maven House Press publishes books on management, entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing, small business, human resource management, project management, strategy, innovation, nonprofit management, change, decision-making, finance, organization design, and general business.

McGill-Queens University Press

Booth: 1543

McGraw-Hill Education

Booth: 2139

McPherson & Company, Publishers

Booth: 664

Co. description: Publisher of “PW’s Most Underated Book of 2013,” Sea of Hooks by Lindsay Hill; and of the 2010 National Book Award Winner in Fiction, Lord of Misrule by Jaimy Gordon. An independent literary and arts press celebrating its 40th anniversary,

Media Services Group

Booth: 1003

Co. description: Media Services Group, developers of the publishing systems Elan Book and The Cat’s Pajamas.

Mediander, LLC

Booth: 2732

Co. description: is a knowledge engine that powers the discovery and exploration of topics.

Melville House Publishing

Booth: 3032

Co. description: Melville House is an independent publisher with offices in Brooklyn and London, publishing 50–60 books per year in a widely varied list that eschews the kind of “niche” development more typical of independent publishing. The company publishes classic and contemporary literary fiction, nonfiction, cookbooks and poetry.

Merck & Company Inc.

Booth: 1728

Co. description: The Merck Publishing Group publishes such bestselling reference books as The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy and The Merck Veterinary Manual.

Mercury Learning & Information

Booth: 1563

Co. description: Mercury Learning & Information provides print and digital content in the areas of science and medicine, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM disciplines) for the AP secondary, higher education, career school, online training, and professional/reference markets.

Books/galleys: Programming Fundamentals Using Java by William McAllister and S. Jane Fritz; Basic Electronics: Theory and Practice by Sean Westcott and Jean Riescher Westcott; Creating Music for Games and Films by Glen Rhodes; Google Glass Development Pocket Primer by Oswald Campesato; Animated Essential Atlas of Anatomy & Physiology by Focus Medica; Classic Game Design by Franz Lanzinger.

Merriam-Webster Inc.

Booth: 2051

Co. description: Merriam-Webster is America’s leading provider of language information in print and digital formats—from the bestselling Collegiate Dictionary to top-rated mobile apps.

MerryMakers, Inc.

Booth: 1456

Co. description: Offering dolls and toys based on bestselling and classic children’s book characters. New for Fall, 2014: Nelly Gnu, Clark the Shark, Pout Pout Fish, Classic Max and Ruby, Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, Gingerbread Man Loose in School. They join bestsellers Pete the Cat; Llama Llama; Fly Guy; Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site; Olivia; Walter the Farting Dog; Fancy Nancy.

Show specials: free freight with $200 minimum order.

MetaComet Systems

Booth: 1015

Co. description: MetaComet Systems is the creator of as well as the recently launched and

Michael O’Mara Books Ltd.

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Michael O’Mara Books is an independent publisher with more than 25 years’ experience of producing bestsellers.

Show specials: 25 or more backlist gets you 50% discount.

Michelin Travel & Lifestyle

Booth: 1135

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

Midpoint Trade Books

Booth: 1426, 1427

Co. description: Midpoint Trade Books is a sales and distribution company that has served independent publishers since 1996. Midpoint’s team approach maximizes sales for publishers through a process that emphasizes hands-on management, fast turnaround, and a 12-month selling cycle.

Midwest Tape, LLC

Booth: 1239

Co. description: Premier provider of video, music, and audiobooks to over 6,000 public libraries, with hands-on personal attention from their 140,000-sq. ft. warehouse, since 1988.

Mighty Bright

Booth: 913

Co. description: Mighty Bright specializes in portable LED lighting solutions: book lights, book holders, magnifiers, micro lights, and e-reader lights.

Show specials: buy 12 lights or magnifiers of any style and receive a 13th free.

Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation

Booth: 767

Co. description: The Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation is a private charitable fund established in 2004 by the businessman Mikhail Prokhorov. The Foundation’s main objective is to provide systematic support for culture in the Russian regions, their integration into international cultural activity, and to raise the intellectual level and creative potential of local communities. The Foundation concentrates its activities in these main areas: education, science, outreach contemporary arts, sport and health.

Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 860

Co. description: With 500 titles available, from fact-packed encyclopedias and playbooks for younger readers to classic fiction and activity books, Miles Kelly creates children’s books to inspire and share. A Discovery Channel publishing partners.


Booth: 2527

Co. description: By working with international authors and illustrators, minedition publishes picture books that “open the door to the world” for children.

Show specials: 50% discount with orders of 25+ backlist titles.

Minotaur, an Imprint of St. Martins Press

Booth: 1738

The MIT Press

Booth: MR260

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.

MJF Books/Fine Communications

Booth: RC124, RC125

Co. description: A leading publisher of bargain-priced hardcover reprints.

Mom’s Choice Awards

Booth: 2767, 2768

Co. description: Products and services created for parents and educators. Honoring Excellence seal of approval is recognized around the globe as representing the best in family-friendly media, products and services.

The Monacelli Press

Booth: 2846

Co. description: Award-winning publisher of illustrated books on art, architecture, landscape architecture, decorative arts, design and photography.

Month9Books/Swoon Romance/Tantrum Books

Booth: PDZ638

Co. description: Month9Books embraces all things geek, fantasy, fandom, science fiction and nerdy for teens. Tantrum Books publishes fantasy for middle grade readers. Swoon Romance publishes cool, sexy, and deeply emotive books for teens and adults. All from Georgia McBride Media Group (GMMG).

Moody Publishers

Booth: 2050

Co. description: Moody Publishers, ministry of Moody Global Ministries, provides solid biblical content that helps people across the globe, cultures and generations to take the next step forward in spiritual development and maturity.

MPS Limited

Booth: DZ2068

Co. description: MPS has established itself as a global leader in the publishing services domain. Over the 43 years of its presence, the organization has evolved to offer every stage of the author-to-reader publishing process. Its services include print and digital production; application and technology services; engaging and interactive media platforms; and customer service solutions for educational, academic, magazine and directory publishers.

Mystery Writers of America

Booth: 2557

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.

Napoleon Hill Foundation

Booth: 1506

Co. description: The Napoleon Hill Foundation, established in 1962 by author Napoleon Hill, who wrote Think and Grow Rich, is a nonprofit educational organization dealing with motivational material to teach individuals by formula how they can rise from humble beginnings to positions of leadership.

National Academies Press

Booth: RC127

Co. description: Pubisher of the works of the National Academies: the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council.

National Book Network

Booth: 1125

Co. description: NBN is an independent, full-service sales; marketing and distribution company serving North American and overseas independent publishers of nonfiction, fiction, and children’s titles. NBN provides sales, marketing, order fulfillment, and credit and collections services.

Show specials: 50% discount on trade backlist.

National Chamber for the Mexican Publishing Industry

Booth: 630

Co. description: Represents the Mexican publishers associates, as a sponsor to promote Mexican books.

National Geographic Society

Booth: 2849

Naval Institute Press

Booth: 2248

Co. description: The Naval Institute Press is the book-publishing arm of the U.S. Naval Institute, a private, nonprofit, membership society for sea service professionals and others who share an interest in naval and maritime affairs. The Naval Institute’s book-publishing program, which began in 1898 with basic guides to naval practices, has broadened its scope to include books of more general interest. The Press publishes about 70 titles per year ranging from histories, biographies, ship and aircraft guides to novels.

Show specials: 48% off and free freight on orders of any eight Naval Institute Press new and backlist titles.


Booth: DZ2257

Co. description: NetGalley is an online service and connection point for book publishers, reviewers, media, librarians, booksellers, bloggers, and educators. Publishers in Australia, Canada, the U.K., and the U.S. are already using NetGalley to provide secure, digital galleys to a growing community of professional readers. NetGalley is owned by Firebrand Technologies.

New Harbinger Publications

Booth: 1007

Co. description: New Harbinger Publications brings readers effective, scientifically sound self-help books on psychology, health and personal growth. Specialties includes books about anxiety, depression, stress-reduction, disordered eating, post-traumatic stress disorder, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, cognitive behavioral therapy.

New Leaf Distributing

Booth: 924

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

New World Library

Booth: 1320

Co. description: New World Library proudly creates books, audio CDs, and gift products. Categories are personal growth, spirituality, creativity, women’s interests, religion, sustainable business, and other areas of emerging importance.

Books/galleys: Expectation Hangover by Christine Hassler; Animal Stars by Robin Ganzertand Allen and Linda Anderson; Think Forward to Thrive by Jennice Vilhauer; Bulletproof Spirit by Captain Dan Willis; Relationship Handbook by Shakti Gawain; New Slow City by William Powers.

New York Library Association

Booth: 2364

Co. description: NYLA strives to lead in the development, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning, quality of life and equal opportunity for all New Yorkers.

New York Review of Books

Booth: 2847

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

The New York Times Company

Booth: 2730

Co. description: Visit the New York Times booth for a reduced rate home delivery or digital subscription and receive a complimentary gift with the new order. Founded in 1851, the newspaper has won more than 106 Pulitzer prizes.

New York University Center for Publishing

Booth: 2361

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.

New York University Press

Booth: RC94

Co. description: A publisher of original scholarship since its founding in 1916, New York University Press is a department of the New York University Division of Libraries. Working across the humanities and social sciences, NYU Press has award-winning lists in sociology, law, cultural and American studies, religion, American history, anthropology, politics, criminology, media and communication, literary studies, and psychology.

Newgen KnowledgeWorks

Booth: DZ2171C

Co. description: Newgen provides pre-press production services, content management services and full-service management services for books, journals, and magazines.

Nicholas Brealey Publishing

Booth: 1102B

Co. description: Nicholas Brealey is an award-winning publisher of notable books. Based in London and Boston, it publishes a diverse and international range of nonfiction, books on business and coaching through spirited adventure stories and literary travel writing.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts. Good for one order of 20 cps or more per ship-to.

Nielsen Book

Booth: 1113

Co. description: Nielsen Book’s portfolio includes business intelligence and commerce solutions PubTrack, Books & Consumers, Global Ebook Monitor, PubEasy, and Pubnet.

Nobrow/Flying Eye

Booth: 1107

Co. description: Nobrow Press specializes in graphic novels, graphic art, and illustrated books. Based in London, Nobrow is distributed by Consortium in the North America. Flying Eye Books is a new dedicated children’s imprint that launched in March 2013.


Booth: 1060C

Co. description: Nolo has been the leader in do-it-yourself law since 1971, when it published its first DIY law book. Nolo publishes books, e-books, software, and online forms. It also provides free information on, the Internet’s leading legal website for consumers and small-business owners.

Nordin Agency AB

Booth: RC58

Co. description: Scandinavia’s largest literary agency representing authors from all the Nordic countries in all markets.


Booth: 1649

Co. description: NordLit is a network of Nordic Literature Centres representing Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. The Nordic Literature Centres support translations; award travel grants for translators, writers and publishers; and support the production and promotion of Nordic literature.


Booth: 1649

Co. description: NORLA, Norwegian Literature Abroad, Fiction and Nonfiction, is a government-funded, non-commercial foundation that promotes Norwegian literature to other countries. Foreign publishers of Norwegian books may apply for a translation subsidy.

Norstedts Agency, Sweden

Booth: RC130

Co. description: Publisher of fiction and nonfiction. Represented at the fair by the Rights Director for fully illustrated non-fiction, including cookbooks, gardening, health and natural history.

North Atlantic Books

Booth: 2951

Co. description: North Atlantic Books is a leading publisher of authentic works on the relationship of body, mind, and nature to create personal, spiritual and planetary transformation. Subjects include alternative health, nutrition and spirituality. There will be a meet-and-greet book signing on May 29 at 2 p.m. for Patricia Cori and her sci-fi thriller The Emissary. Also, sneak peeks at Yoga Adjustments, Animal Wisdom, Heart of Zen, and When the Game Stands Tall, soon to be a major motion picture.

NorthSouth Books Inc.

Booth: C1681

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

W.W. Norton & Company

Booth: 1921

Co. description: Established in 1923, America’s largest independent publisher of adult trade fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cookbooks, professional psychology, art, photography, and architecture books.

Books/galleys: Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming; Deadly Wandering by Matt Richtel; One Step Too Far by Tina Seskis; The Drop by Dennis Lehane; Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews (Avon); Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour (Voyager).

Octopus Publishing Group

Booth: 856

Co. description: Octopus Publishing Group will be presenting co-edition titles from its various imprints, including recently acquired TickTock children’s books and its longstanding imprints Conran, Hamlyn, Mitchell Beazley, Gaia, Godsfield, Cassell, Spruce, and Philips.

Odilo TID

Booth: 1144

Co. description: OdiloTID creates open solutions for the digital lending of e-books, audiobooks, music, and video that provide libraries total control of their collections. OdiloTID partners with libraries to help them purchase content from publishers under the best possible terms, while also allowing the incorporation of their own content with no restrictions. It offers a solution integrated by the products OdiloTK, OdiloPlace, and OdiloDelivery.


Booth: 1513

Co. description: OGM is equipped with newest generation CTP and 6- and 10-color presses, including acrylic varnish. Its business sectors, books for publishers, and commercial market receive the same quality. Hardcover, paperback, calendars, journals, special editions. OGM specializes in all types of illustrated books.

Open Road Integrated Media

Booth: 1664

Co. description: Open Road Integrated Media is a digital publisher and multimedia content company. Open Road creates connections between authors and their audiences by marketing its ebooks through a new proprietary online platform, which uses premium video content and social media.

Orbit/Yen Press

Booth: 2819

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.

Books/galleys: War Dogs by Greg Bear; The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey; The Falcon Throne by Karen Miller.

Orca Book Publishers Ltd.

Booth: 2450

Co. description: Award-winning children’s books, juvenile and young adult novels, including 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.

Show specials: 50% discount and free shipping on 10 or more units.

O’Reilly Media Inc.

Booth: 1269

Co. description: Books for technology professionals, knowledge workers, digital media professionals and the emerging do-it-yourself technology market. O’Reilly distributes titles from the following publishers: Maker Media, Manning, No Starch Press, PC Publishing, Pragmatic Bookshelf, Rocky Nook and SitePoint.

Oriental Printing Group

Booth: 1646

Co. description: Oriental Printing Group is a commercial, security, and book printing company, with head office and commercial plant in Bahrain, a book plant in Dubai Jebel Ali Free Zone, and a sales and marketing office in London.

Osprey Publishing Inc.

Booth: 2739

Co. description: Osprey Group is a U.K.-based independent publisher with four divisions: Osprey Publishing (military history); Shire Publications/Old House (history); Angry Robot/Strange Chemistry/Exhibit A (genre fiction); and Watkins/Duncan Baird (cooking, self-help and spirituality).

Other Press

Booth: 2939

Co. description: Other Press attracts authors who are guided by a passion to discover the limits of knowledge and imagination. It publishes novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from America and around the world. Its nonfiction list is a mix of history, current events, popular culture, and memoir.

Books/galleys: The Goddess of Small Victories by Yannick Grannec; Happy Are the Happy by Yasmina Reza; The Fall by Diogo Mainardi; Diary of the Fall by Michel Laub; His Own Man by Edgard Telles Ribeiro; All Days Are Night by Peter Stamm.

Out of Print Clothing

Booth: 2332

Co. description: Out of Print celebrates the world’s great stories through fashion. Its merchandise features iconic and often out-of-print book covers. Its line has grown to include shirts for men, women, and kids in addition to a collection of accessories and other gift items. For each item it sells, one book is donated to a community in need.

Over the Edge Studios

Booth: PDZ650

Co. description: Over the Edge Studios is dedicated to the development of children’s literature, with its primary focus devoted to children’s picture books. As well, Over the Edge Studios has many licensed design properties geared for all kinds of licensed products from greeting cards to T-shirts.

OverDrive Inc.

Booth: 1638

Co. description: OverDrive is a leader in multichannel digital distribution, helping traditional publishers achieve their digital goals.

The Overlook Press

Booth: 1546

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

P.R. Books Limited

Booth: R614

Co. description: Principal international wholesaler with extensive selection of remainder books, CDs, and DVDs. Specializing in reference, children’s, natural history, military history, history, cookery, dictionaries, crafts, fitness, well-being, decorating, fiction, and nonfiction. Showcasing 6,000+ titles.


Booth: 1311

Co. description: Pacom Inc. is the largest and most technologically advanced illustrated book export manufacturer in South Korea. Specializing in the manufacturing of illustrated 2/4+ full-color book titles for adults and children, including book-plus, art photography books, coffee-table books, magazines, calendars and postcards.

Paginas Libros de Magia

Booth: 1144

Co. description: Paginas Libros de Magia publishes books on sleight-of-hand, mental magic, balloon modelling, juggling, and circus skills for professionals and amateurs of all ages.

Paizo Inc.

Booth: 2723

Co. description: Paizo Inc. is publisher of the world’s bestselling tabletop RPG, the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, as well as the popular Pathfinder Adventure Card Game; Pathfinder Tales fantasy fiction novels; board games and game accessories. Since its founding in 2002, Paizo has received more than 50 major awards and has grown to become one of the most influential companies in the hobby games industry.

Palgrave Macmillan

Booth: 1738

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


Booth: 1747

Co. description: Popular with reluctant readers and gifted readers alike, Papercutz graphic novels for kids, tweens, and teens include a wide range of genres, including humor, action adventure, mystery, horror, and favorite characters.

Parkstone Press

Booth: PDZ744

Co. description: Parkstone Press offers a wide range of illustrated fine art books. It publishes up to 40 brand titles per year, including new entries in its bestselling Mega Square & The Book collection and the new Essential series.

Parragon Inc.

Booth: 2908

Co. description: Parragon offers selections from Disney, Barbie, Monster High, Ever After High, Discovery Kids, Dora, TMNT, Sponge Bob as well as in-house favorites like Little Learners, Pinkabella, Dinosupersaurus, Glitterbelle, and more.

Books/galleys: Fashion Style Book by Bonnie Marcus Collection; Wish Upon a Dream by Margaret Wise Brown; The Ultimate Whiskey Book; Disney Book of Fun ; Professor Murphy Magic Show; Gluten-Free Vegan Baking.


Booth: 1325A

Co. description: Patagonia, an imprint of Patagonia Media Inc., publishes a select number of titles on wilderness, wildlife, outdoor sports, and environmentalism.

Paw It Forward, LLC

Booth: 2748

Co. description: Paw It Forward, a cause-driven lifestyle brand, celebrates great dogs who are changing the world. It tells their stories and supports their causes. Bestselling author of Pay It Forward , Catherine Ryan Hyde, has written the company’s first book, Paw It Forward, about her dog Ella’s adventures.

Show specials: a free pack of 25 Ella silicone bracelets with the shipment.

PBS Distribution

Booth: 926

Co. description: PBS Distribution’s offerings include films from Ken Burns; documentaries from award-winning series such as Nova, Frontline, and American Masters.

Peachtree Publishers Ltd.

Booth: 2813

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

Show specials: free freight to domestic store locations.

Books/galleys: Pig and Small by Alex Latimer; The Grudge Keeper by Mara Rockliff; Double Reverse by Fred Bowen; The Cheshire Cheese Cat: A Dickens of a Tale by Carmen Agra Deedy and Randall Wright, illustrated by Barry Moser; Claude on the Slopes by Alex T. Smith; Charlie Bumpers vs. the Squeaking Skull by Bill Harley.

Peek-a-Bear Publishing

Booth: C1383

Co. description: Peek-a-Bear Press has just published its first book, Take a Peek with Peek-a-Bear. The book has been awarded a silver medal in the 2013 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards and a gold medal in the Mom’s Choice Awards.

Penguin Group

Booth: 1521

Co. description: A large publisher of hardcover, trade, and mass market paperback books offering a full range of books for young readers as well as audio publishers.

Books/galleys: Penguin Young Readers: Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer; The Young Elites by Marie Lu; I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson; Life of Zarf by Rob Harrell; Pennyroyal Academy by M.A. Larson; The Book with No Pictures by B.J. Novak.

People’s Medical Publishing House Co., Ltd. (PMPH)

Booth: 2457

Co. description: PMPH, founded in 1953, is the largest medical publisher in China, producing a vast wealth of medical publications, including books, periodicals and digital products.

Perseus Books Group

Booth: 1406, 1407

Co. description: The Perseus Books Group is an independent company committed to enabling independent publishers to reach their potential whether those publishers are Perseus-owned, joint ventures or owned by third parties. Member publishing programs include Avalon Travel, Basic Books, Basic Civitas, Da Capo, Lifelong Books, Running Press, Seal Press, Vanguard Press and Westview Press, as well as partnerships with PublicAffairs and Nation Books, and joint ventures with Weinstein Books and The Daily Beast. Titles available through Consortium, Perseus Distribution, and Publishers Group West.

Perseus Distribution

Booth: 1310

Co. description: Perseus Distribution offers customized sales and distribution services for print and e-books. It specializes in working with independent publishers who are ready to move from a “one-size-fits-all” distribution model to one that better serves their particular needs.


Booth: 1224

Co. description: PGKids, part of Publishers Group West. Publishers Group West, is a book sales and distribution company representing over 100 independent client publishers.

Phoenix Color

Booth: PDZ541

Co. description: Phoenix Color® is a premier full-service, full-color printer with over 30 years of superior print experience.

Picador, USA

Booth: 1738

Co. description: Since its launch in 1995, Picador has rapidly established itself as one of the leading trade imprints for literary fiction and nonfiction in the country. In addition to publishing original titles in hardcover, paperback original, and e-book, Picador is the literary trade paperback imprint for Macmillan, publishing paperbacks from Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Henry Holt & Co., and St. Martin’s Press.

Pine Tree Publishing

Booth: 1644

Co. description: Pine Tree Publishing features books and gift sets that encourage family tradition, family interaction, and activity. Launched in 2013 with The Magic Christmas Key and My Snowman and Me, plus plush associated with each title, the publishing start up will launch The Winning Garden and the popular LULU at BEA.

Show specials: free shipping for any order over $350.

Plata Publishing

Booth: 1403B

Co. description: The publisher of Robert Kiyosaki’s international bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad as well as 11 other books in the Rich Dad series. Plata Publishing also publishes books by Kim Kiyosaki and the books Robert Kiyosaki co-authors with Donald Trump.

Polish Cultural Institute

Booth: 2546

Co. description: The Polish Cultural Institute New York (est. 2000) is a diplomatic mission to the U.S. under the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Its mission is to build, nurture and promote cultural ties between the U.S. and Poland.

Popar Toys

Booth: C1579

Co. description: Popar uses Augmented Reality technology along with its award-winning products to create an immersive reading experience that allows the user to see 3-D objects.

Potomac Books

Booth: 1831

Co. description: Potomac Books is now an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press and has strong roots in military and general history, world and national affairs, foreign policy, defense and national security, terrorism, intelligence, memoir, and biography.

Show specials: 50% discount on all published titles.

Powell’s Books Wholesale

Booth: R511

Co. description: Powell’s distributes scholarly and academic remainders. Its computerized inventory has over 15,000 titles, primarily from university presses, but also from major trade publishers as well as quality imports. Powell’s is the co-organizer of the Chicago International Remainder and Overstock Book Exposition (CIROBE).

Prashanti Press LLC

Booth: 2433

Co. description: Prashanti Press LLC is a small publishing house dedicated to producing and distributing various types of media.

Prestel Publishing

Booth: 1420

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

Show specials: free freight on backlist orders; can combine Prestel with Gestalten, Schirmer/Mosel, Lars Mueller, Loft, and Periscope for offer; 10-unit minimum.

Princeton Architectural Press

Booth: 2827

Co. description: Princeton Architectural Press is a leader in architecture and design publishing. Its books on photography, landscape, architecture, design and visual culture are acclaimed for their strong and unique editorial vision, unrivaled design sensibility and high production values at affordable prices. With each new season’s offerings, Princeton Architectural Press continues to surprise; inspire and inform those curious about the visual world.

Show specials: 50+ backlist earns an extra 2%(,

Princeton University Press

Booth: 1547

Co. description: New fall titles: Bill T. Jones, Story/Time: An Artist's Journey; Jack Zipes, The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm: The First Edition; Anders Winroth, The Age of the Vikings; Adrienne Mayor, The Amazons: Lives and Legends of Warrior Women Across the Ancient World; Timothy Verstynen and Bradley Voytek, Do Zombies Dream of Undead Sheep? A Neuroscientific View of the Zombie Brain by Tui De Roy, Mark Jones, and Julie Cornthwaite; Penguins: The Ultimate Guide.

Show specials: 47% discount and free freight on 10+ units.


Booth: 751

Co. description: PrintNinja is an American company that makes it possible for independent creators to purchase high-quality offset printing produced on state-of-the-art overseas presses without the significant risks and complications that normally come with overseas print buying and shipping.

Prometheus Books

Booth: 2947

Co. description: Prometheus Books is a progressive and independent publisher of books on popular science, history, biography, social sciences, religion, atheism, psychology, current events, politics, and health. Imprints include Seventh Street Books, a brand for mystery, thriller, and crime fiction; Pyr, which publishes works of science fiction and fantasy; and Humanity Books, a scholarly line.

Books/galleys: The Button Man by Mark Pryor (Seventh Street); The Black Hour by Lori Rader-Day (Seventh Street); The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens (Seventh Street); The Fast Times of Albert Champion by Peter Joffe Nye (Prometheus); Rare by Keith Veronese (Prometheus); Thieves’ Road by Terry Mort (Prometheus).

Publications International, Ltd.

Booth: 2539

Co. description: Publications International is one of North America’s leading publishers of mass market books in categories including children’s, cooking, reference, sports, travel, inspirational, and, most recently, digital books and applications for smartphones and tablet computers. PIL works with a wide variety of popular and respected children’s licenses, including Sesame Workshop, Disney, and Nickelodeon.

The Publishers Association of the United Kingdom

Booth: 763

Co. description: The Publishers Association is the leading trade organization for book, journal, and electronic publishers in the U.K. It also organizes U.K. Pavilions at international book fairs with the support of U.K. Trade & Investment.

Publishers Group West

Booth: 1226

Co. description: Publishers Group West is a leading book sales and distribution company in the United States, representing over 100 independent client publishers. PGW sets the standard for integrated, full-service distribution; provides complete digital conversion services, and is a top 10 vendor to book retailers and wholesalers across the country.

Publishers Weekly

Booth: 1252

Co. description: Publishers Weekly is the international news platform of the book publishing industry. Founded in 1872 and published weekly since then, the magazine boasts more than 500 ,000 Twitter followers and publishes eight e-newsletters, PW Select (a monthly supplement), two blogs, and a robust website that reached 8.5 million unique visitors in the last year. The magazine has also launched a mobile edition, digital editions and apps. Each year, Publishers Weekly reviews 9,000 books, along with e-books, apps and audiobooks, in addition to featuring author interviews, as well as news and analysis about the world of publishing. At BEA, Publishers Weekly’s corporate ownwer, Pwxyz, will announce the launch of BookLife, a hub of services for self-publishers.

Booth: 1250A

Co. description: PubMatch is a complete rights system with three focuses: title and rights management, international networking, and rights buying and selling (powered by Copyright Clearance Center’s RightsLink). PubMatch is the perfect solution for companies of all sizes who are interested in finding partners around the world.

Pumpkin Wholesale Ltd.

Booth: R506

Co. description: U.K. remainders with a bias towards literary fiction, music, and art. Exhibiting with Speaking Tree, the planet’s largest wholesaler of esoteric New Age and metaphysical titles!

QA International/Quebec Amerique

Booth: RC136

Co. description: QA International has been producing visual reference material for decades. It was the first to produce The Visual Dictionary, which has been enjoying phenomenal success around the world for more than 20 years.


Booth: DZ1961

Co. description: Qbend is a full-service digital partner providing innovative, turnkey solutions for publishers, enabling digital delivery of content to their consumers from creating custom-branded, white-label e-book portals.

Quadrille Publishing Ltd.

Booth: RC98

Co. description: Quadrille Publishing is a publisher of illustrated nonfiction in the areas of food and drink, health and beauty, pregnancy and childcare, interiors, crafts, gardening, and gifts.

Quarto Publishing Group USA

Booth: 869

Co. description: The Quarto Publishing Group USA now encompasses Cool Springs Press, Creative Publishing International, Fair Winds Press, Motorbooks, MVP Books, Quarry Books, QDS, Quiver, Race Point Publishing, Rockport Publishers, Voyageur Press, Zenith Press, and Walter Foster Publishing.

Quercus Publishing Inc.

Booth: 2743

Co. description: Quercus Publishing publishes a range of commercial, literary, and translated fiction as well as nonfiction, illustrated, science fiction, fantasy, horror, young adult, and juvenile titles. In North America Quercus Publishing is distributed by Random House. Fall 2014 will feature books by Peter May, Patrick McCabe, David Hair, Pierre Lemaitre, Antonin Varenne, David Thomas, and Lucy Atkins.

Quest Books

Booth: 1231B

Co. description: An 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.

Quirk Books

Booth: 2848

Books/galleys: Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix; Kid Presidents by David Stabler; Nick and Tesla’s Super Cyborg Gadget Glove by “Science Bob” Pflugfelder and Steve Hockensmith; Jane Austen Cover to Cover by Margaret Sullivan.

Rancho Park Publishing

Booth: 701

Co. description: Since 1988, Rancho Park Publishing has been working with corporate clients, creative agencies and translation professionals worldwide to translate, edit, and typeset publications in all major languages.

Random House

Booth: 2839

Books/galleys: Lucky Us by Amy Bloom; Cop Town by Karin Slaughter; The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell; Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs; Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult.

Random House Canada/

Tundra Books

Booth: 2838

Co. description: A full-service publisher with imprints that include Anchor Canada, Appetite by Random House, Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, Knopf Canada, Random House Canada, Tundra Books, and Vintage Canada.

Books/galleys: Life’s a Rush by Maurice Jones Drew; Viminy Crowe’s Comic Book by Marthe Jocelyn and Richard Scrimger; The Last Song by Eva Wiseman; Julia, Child by Kyo Maclear; The Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers Cookbook by Sharon Hapton; Where I Belong by Alan Doyle.

Rare Bird/Cameron

Booth: 1223A

Books/galleys: Subway to California by Joseph Di Prisco (A Vireo Book); In Velvet by Burt Weissbourd (A Vireo Book); Relentless Beauty by Shannon Crawford (Rare Bird); Genderqueer by Dave Naz (A Barnacle Book); The Drinking Man’s Diet: 50th Anniversary Edition by Robert Cameron.

Read Russia

Booth: 1748

Co. description: Read Russia, founded in 2012, is a new initiative based in New York, London, and Moscow established to celebrate Russian literature and Russian book culture.

Reader’s Digest

Booth: 2648

Co. description: Reader’s Digest publishers books on health, diet, humor, cooking, home repair, gardening, consumer awareness, and real life stories.

Real World Publishing

Booth: 3031

Co. description: Real World Publishing is the publisher of the newly released book Perception vs. Reality in Youth Sports—Understanding the Real World of Kids and Sports Through the Experiences of Successful Athletes.

Reality Premedia Services Pvt Ltd

Booth: DZ2060

Co. description: Reality Premedia is a leading content and technology service provider with a vast portfolio of services including e-book conversion and creation, mobile application development, augmented reality books, and publishing workflow solutions.

Recorded Books

Booth: 2244

Co. description: Recorded Books is a leading provider of library services around the world, the largest independent producer of unabridged audiobooks, and a distributor of other audio products. Over 15,000 titles narrated by professional award-winning actors.

Red Hen Press

Booth: 664

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.

Red Wheel/Weiser LLC

Booth: 1021

Co. description: Red Wheel/Weiser publishes books through its Weiser Books, Conari Press, and Disinformation imprints. Book categories range from New Age and ancient civilizations to self help and wellness. Distribution clients include Hampton Roads Publishing, Hierophant Publishing, The Witches’ Almanac, Nicolas-Hays/Ibis Press, and, new this year, the For Beginners series.

Show specials: 50% off and free freight.

Books/galleys: Fanon for Beginners; The History of Classical Music for Beginners; French Revolutions for Beginners; Lincoln for Beginners; The American Presidency for Beginners; Paul Robeson for Beginners.


Booth: 2819

Co. description: Redhook is the new commercial fiction imprint of Hachette Book Group, which launched in April 2013.

Books/galleys: The Girl in 6E by A.R. Torre; Night Heron by Adam Brookes; Touch by Claire North.

RedShelf (Virdocs Software)

Booth: DZ1866

Co. description: RedShelf is an online marketplace for digital content with an emphasis in higher education. Its BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) cloud reader provides access to any digital content through laptops, smartphones, tablets, and desktops with no dedicated reader or application to download.

Regent Publishing Services

Booth: 907

Co. description: Representing the Hong Kong–based book-manufacturing industry for over 20 years.

Reliance Printing (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.

Booth: 827

Co. description: Products include hardcover and softcover books, concealed and semi-concealed wire-o books, saddle-stitched books, as well as calendars, magazines, and catalogues.

Research & Education Assoc.

Booth: DZ1868

Co. description: Founded in 1959, Research & Education Association is dedicated to publishing the most effective educational materials—including software, study guides and test preps—for students in middle school, high school, college, graduate school, and beyond.

Ripley Publishing

Booth: 2738

Co. description: Ripley Publishing is the publishing arm of Ripley Entertainment Inc., the owner of the trademark Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

River North Editions

Booth: 2527

Co. description: A division of IPG, River North Editions includes provocative titles for intellectual pursuits. Comprised of works by distinguished academic and university presses from around the world, the catalogue for River North Editions is offered quarterly and includes both trade discount and short discount titles in a broad range of categories, such as business, literary fiction, poetry, film studies, political and social sciences, and women’s studies.

RiverStream Publishing

Booth: C1381

Co. description: RiverStream is a publisher of young children’s literature and learning materials. Titles are nonfiction and are correlated to the Common Core standards.

Show specials: 60% discount on all orders placed at the show.

Rizzoli International Publications

Booth: 2757

Co. description: Rizzoli New York began its publishing operation in 1974 and has become a leader in the fashion, interior design, culinary, art, architecture, and photography fields. The Universe imprint, added in 1990, marked its entrée into the pop-culture worlds of humor, beauty, sports, performing arts, and gay and alternative lifestyles for books and calendars. Rizzoli Ex Libris was established in 2011, and is dedicated to publishing up-market literary fiction and nonfiction with a transatlantic character.

Rizzoli International Publications

Booth: 2756

Co. description: Skira Rizzoli was established in 2008 to expand Rizzoli’s presence in museum-related publishing. Flammarion publishes quality illustrated books on fine and decorative arts, photography, lifestyle and cookery. Skira publishes high quality books on art, architecture, design, photography, fashion and archaeology. Hardie Grant Books is a vibrant, diverse and dynamic publisher with a nonfiction list spanning food, wine, lifestyle, history, humor, memoir, popular culture and social issues.

Rockpoint Logistics

Booth: 2446

Co. description: Rockpoint Logistics is a full-service, third-party logistics provider, leveraging a 25-year history in the publishing industry. It provides a wide range of services, such as order fulfillment, inventory management, storage, transportation, digital printing, and kit assembly.

Rodale Books

Booth: S338

Co. description: Rodale is a source for content in health and wellness, reaching more than 75 million people worldwide via category-leading media properties, including some of the best-known healthy lifestyle magazines.

Romance Writers of America

Booth: 2551

Romanian Cultural Institute

Booth: 2357

Rosen Publishing

Booth: 1027

Co. description: Rosen Publishing offers an extensive list of nonfiction paperback titles suitable for museums, parks, and specialty retailers. Library-bound editions; including bilingual publications, graphic nonfiction and Common Core collections; as well as over 4,000 e-books.

Rowman & Littlefield

Booth: 1126

Co. description: An independent press devoted to publishing books for an educated audience. Distributed to the trade by National Book Network.

Books/galleys: Eating Dangerously by Michael Booth and Jennifer Brown; Twilight of the Belle Epoque by Mary McAuliffe; Extreme Wine by Mike Veseth; The Food and Feasts of Jesus by Douglas E. Neel and Joel A. Pugh; Privacy in the Age of Big Data by Theresa M. Payton and Ted Claypoole; Hospice Voices by Eric Lindner.

Ryland Peters & Small Ltd.

Booth: 757

Co. description: Ryland Peters & Small and its imprint, CICO Books, produce books on homes and gardens, food and drink, health and well-being, New Age, wedding, babies, and kids, as well as a line of stationery and gifts.

S4Carlisle Publishing Services Pvt Limited

Booth: 1143

Co. description: S4Carlisle designs and delivers technology-enabled solutions to publishing companies. It specializes in content development, editorial, Xml, typesetting, e-book/data conversions, digital publishing, end-to-end project management, interactive e-books, apps, and other digital media.

Safari Ltd.

Booth: C1781

Co. description: Safari Ltd. is an American, family-owned manufacturer and distributor of award-wining figures inspired by nature and powered by the imagination.

Sage Publications

Booth: RC43

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 a publisher of books and directories on American politics, federal and state government, American institutions, campaigns and elections, current events, and world affairs.

Samhain Publishing

Booth: 1353

Co. description: An international voice in original e-book fiction since its launch in 2005, Samhain Publishing features award-winning and bestselling authors in contemporary, paranormal, and historical romance, erotic, and horror fiction.

San Francisco Writers Conference

Booth: 2367

Co. description: The annual San Francisco Writers Conference at the Mark Hopkins Hotel helps writers get published with the help of top agents, editors, publishers and bestselling authors. The San Francisco Writing for Change event is for nonfiction writers. The San Francisco Writers University offers online/live writing education.

Santillana USA Publishing Company

Booth: 1348

Co. description: Spanish-language general-trade publisher with U.S. home office in Miami. Publications include literature and reference materials, including fiction, non-fiction, media tie-ins, health/spiritual, self-help, children’s literature, and reference books.

Sarabande Books

Booth: 1111B

Co. description: Sarabande is a nonprofit literary press dedicated to short fiction, essays, and poetry. Galley and promotional item giveaway for Thrown, an investigation of mixed martial arts fighters by journalist Kerry Howley, called “a masterful debut” by Gary Shteyngart and “a great American story” by Hanna Rosin. Also on hand is Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection Elegy on Kinderklavier, short stories about the Iraq war by Arna Bontemps Hemenway.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts.

SCB Distributors

Booth: 2749

Co. description: SCB Distributors is a full-service North American trade book distributor for over 170 independent publishers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia.

Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

Booth: 2856

Co. description: Schiffer Publishing is a family-owned, independent publisher. Since 1974, it has published 5,000+ titles on the diverse subjects, from antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, to military history, architecture and design, food and entertaining, and the metaphysical.


Booth: 1439

Co. description: Established for nearly a century, Scholastic is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of English-language children’s books anda creator of educational materials for school and home.

Books/galleys: If Kids Ran the World (The Blue Sky Press) by Leo and Diane Dillon; Sisters (Graphix) by Raina Telgemeier; The Iron Trial: Book 1 of the Magisterium (Scholastic Press) by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare; Sinner (Scholastic Press) by Maggie Stiefvater; Star Wars: Jedi Academy: Return of the Padawan (Scholastic Inc.) by Jeffrey Brown; Love Is the Drug (Arthur A. Levine Books) by Alaya Dawn Johnson.

School Zone Publishing Company

Booth: C1375

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

Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers ff America

Booth: 2561

Co. description: Educating, promoting, advocating and defending the interests of Speculative Fiction professionals and the genre at

Second Story Press

Booth: 2450

Co. description: Fiction and nonfiction for all ages with an emphasis on social justice, strong female characters, and a variety of interests: children’s empowerment, feminism, disability, First Nations/aboriginal stories, LGBT and Judaica.

Self-Counsel Press Inc.

Booth: 1132A

Co. description: Self-Counsel Press provides business and legal self-help titles, authored by experts, written in clear, easily understood language.

Sellers Publishing

Booth: 765

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

Seven Stories Press

Booth: 2764

Co. description: Founded in 1995, Seven Stories Press publishes works of the imagination and political titles by 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 innovative debut novels and National Book Award–winning poetry collections, as well as prose and poetry in translation.

Severn House Publishers

Booth: RC78

Co. description: Severn House specialises in hardcover fiction titles, mainly for the library market, and mostly by well-known and well-borrowed authors with existing hardcover track records. Severn House Large Print, Trade Paperback and eBook imprints draw titles from the regular print list.

Shadow Mountain

Booth: 2339

Co. description: A U.S.-based publisher of children’s fantasy, children’s picture books, cookbooks, fiction, history, and business titles.

Books/galleys: A Tale of Light and Shadow by Jacob Gowans; Janitors: Strike of the Sweepers by Tyler Whitesides; 12 Days of Christmas with Six Sisters’ Stuff by Six Sisters’ Stuff; Remake by Ilima Todd; Silence by Deborah Lytton; God Bless Us, Every One! as read by John Rhys-Davies.

Shambhala Publications/Roost Books

Booth: 2764A

Co. description: For more than four decades, Shambhala Publications has been independently publishing books for enlightened living. Its imprints include Snow Lion, Trumpeter, and Roost Books. Roost was launched in the summer of 2011.

Books/galleys: A Simple Feast by Diana Yen and the Jewels of New York (Roost); Deeper Dating by Ken Page (Shambhala); At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen by Amy Chaplin (Roost); Garlic, an Edible Biography by Robin Cherry (Roost); Home Grown by Ben Hewitt (Roost); Mama Gone Geek by Lynn Brunelle (Roost).

Shanghai Book Traders

Booth: 2747

Co. description: Shanghai Book Traders is a professional book company specializing in publication, retail sales, import and export of books. The company also acts as an agent for more than 40 publishing houses in Shanghai in order to export their publications to international market.

Sharjah Department of Culture & Information

Booth: 721

Co. description: The vision of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, was for the emirate of Sharjah to be the capital of Arab culture beginning in 1998. H.H aspired to make Sharjah a station for culture in the Middle East. He issued a decree in 1982 establishing the Sharjah International Book Fair with an Arabian cultural vision.

Silver Dolphin Books

Booth: 2020

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

Silvermine International Books LLC

Booth: 2342B

Co. description: Silvermine International represents publishers from all parts of the world in North America. Silvermine offers a varied catalogue, including academic, art, history, business, trade, science, engineering, reference, and Spanish-language publications.

Simon & Schuster, Inc.

Booth: 2639

Co. description: Simon & Schuster, a part of CBS Corporation, is a global leader in the field of general interest publishing. Its divisions include Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing, Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, Simon & Schuster Audio, Simon & Schuster Digital and international companies in Australia, Canada, India and the United Kingdom.

Sinomedia International Group

Booth: 657

Co. description: Established in 2011, Sinomedia International Group is a publisher and distributor of books, educational materials and multimedia products from and about China.

Skyhorse Publishing

Booth: 1306

Co. description: Skyhorse Publishing has 3,500 titles in print and as e-books, and will publish over 1,000 new titles in the coming year. Its imprints include Skyhorse (fiction and nonfiction), Arcade (literature and history), Allworth (for artists), Sports Publishing (for sports fans), Sky Pony Press (children’s books), Night Shade Books and Talos Press (sci fi and fantasy). In fall 2014, it will launch Yucca (fiction) and Carrel Books (library market).

Books/galleys: Brick Shakespeare Box Set by John McCann, Monica Sweeney, and Becky Thomas; Nixon’s Secrets by Roger Stone; Back to Basics by Abigail Gehring; The Secret Life of Clams by Anthony D. Fredericks; I Did Not Kill My Husband by Liu Zhenyun; Pack of Dorks by Beth Vrabel.

Sleeping Bear Press

Booth: C1684

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

Show specials: order 25 assorted Sleeping Bear Press frontlist and backlist titles and receive +3% discount and free shipping.

Small Press United

Booth: 2527

Co. description: A division of IPG, Small Press United is a book distribution service created to meet the needs of small and start-up publishers. With dozens of sales representatives in the U.S. and Canada as well as extensive digital marketing resources, SPU sells books to chain and independent bookstores, national and specialty wholesalers, library and educational suppliers, gift and specialty markets, and online retail.

Show specials: 25 or more backlist gets a 50% discount.

Small World Creations Ltd.

Booth: C1780

Co. description: A packager of children’s novelty and board books for the international co-edition market.

Smith Publicity

Booth: 2356

Co. description: Since 1997, Smith Publicity has promoted more than 1,900 individuals and companies. Clients range from small and large publishers, including Harvard Business Press and The Writer’s Coffee Shop, the original publishers of Fifty Shades of Grey, to individual authors of all genres.

Smithsonian Books

Booth: 2844

Books/galleys: The American Vice Presidency by Jules Witcover; Glittering World by Lois Sherr Dubin; A History of Life in 100 Fossils by Paul D. Taylor and Aaron O’Dea; Maine to Greenland by William W. Fitzhugh and Wilfred E. Richard; Mars Rover Curiosity by Rob Manning and William L. Simon; Nation to Nation by Suzan Shown Harjo.

Soho Press Inc.

Booth: 2946

Co. description: Soho Press, an independent press established in 1986, consists of three imprints: Soho Press, Soho Crime, Soho Teen. Soho Press publishes literary fiction and nonfiction with a focus on divergent and bold new voices in literature. The Soho Crime imprint focuses on crime fiction in translation or set abroad. Its newest imprint, Soho Teen, publishes young adult fiction with elements of crime fiction science fiction and fantasy.

Books/galleys: I’m Glad I Did by Cynthia Weil; The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone by Adele Griffin; Hider Seeker Secret Keeper by

Elizabeth Kiem; Stone Cove Island by Suzanne Myers.

Solution Tree

Booth: 2349

Co. description: Solution Tree is a leading provider of educational strategies and tools that improve staff and student performance. Solution Tree products and services include national and regional conferences that bring leading-edge theories and best practices to educational professionals; innovative publishing of research-based books and videos; and inspired, customized professional development for schools and districts.

Sourcebooks Inc.

Booth: 921

Co. description: Sourcebooks is one of the leading independent publishers in the U.S. with a wide variety of genres, including fiction, romance, children’s, YA, and college-bound. It publishes over 300 new titles each year and has had more than 40 New York Times bestsellers.

Show specials: purchase 15 backlist titles or more and receive a 50% discount and free freight.

Books/galleys: Night Sky by Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann; Breathe, Annie, Breathe by Miranda Kenneally; Always, Abigail by Nancy J. Cavanaugh; Young Houdini: The Magician’s Fire by Simon Nicholson; The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco; How to Bake a Book, written and illustrated by Ella Burfoot.

South Dakota State Historical

Society Press

Booth: 1665

Co. description: Since 1997, the South Dakota State Historical Society Press has been committed to producing books that reflect the rich history of South Dakota and the region. As part of the South Dakota State Historical Society, the Press preserves, researches, and promotes the evidence of South Dakota’s colorful culture and heritage.

Spain/Federacion of Spanish

Publishers’ Guilds

Booth: 1144

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

Spanish Publishers LLC

Booth: 1350

Co. description: U.S. bestsellers in Spanish and bestselling Hispanic authors in all categories, including general adult trade, children, personal growth, alternative health, metaphysical and esoteric, spirituality, sexuality, biography and memoir, parenting and family, and number puzzles.

Spencer Hill Press

Booth: 2567

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.

Spicebox Products Ltd.

Booth: 1121

Co. description: SpiceBox develops and publishes kits and gift sets.

Springer Science+Business Media

Booth: 1056

Co. description: Springer Science+Business Media is a leading global scientific, technical, and medical publisher; providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments with quality content via innovative information products and services. Springer published roughly 2,200 English-language journals and more than 8,000 new books in 2012, and the group is home to the world’s largest STM eBook collection, as well as a comprehensive portfolio of open-access journals.

Show specials: 30-unit professional book order earns 40% discount + free freight.

St. Martins Paperbacks

Booth: 1738

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 four imprints including St. Martin’s Press, St. Martin’s Paperbacks, Griffin, Minotaur and Thomas Dunne Books.

Stackpole Books

Booth: 2149

Co. description: Stackpole Books is a trade book publisher with an 80-year history of publishing crafts, outdoors, and history titles. It publishes 100 new titles a year, plus two craft magazines and has a backlist of 1,500 titles.

Star Bright Books

Booth: 462

Co. description: Award-winning books for children of all ages, including board books, picture books, early readers. Available in more than 20 languages including Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Arabic, Farsi, Navajo, Russian, and Haitian Creole.

Sterling Publishing Co. Inc.

Booth: 1339

Co. description: Sterling has more than 5,000 titles in print and 60 years in business. From educational resources, children’s picture books, puzzles and games, adult fiction, craft and photography, cookbooks, self-help, classics and more.

Storey Publishing

Booth: 839

Co. description: Storey Publishing is a leading publisher of books for self-reliance with a focus on gardening, cooking, building, nature, horsemanship, animal husbandry, crafts, and home reference books.

Strathearn Distribution

Booth: R401

Co. description: A remainder wholesaler with over 28 years of experience, specializing in children’s, cooking, coffee-table books, and book-plus products.

Studio Fun International

Booth: 2649

Co. description: A fast-growing publisher of interactive books for children.

Summit University Press

Booth: 1132B

Co. description: Summit University Press has been publishing fine books in the fields of spirituality and personal growth since 1975. A wide selection of its titles have been translated into a total of 32 languages. Summit University Press Español was created in 2012 to bring its titles to Hispanic readers worldwide.

Swedish Arts Council

Booth: 1649

Tahrike Tarsile Qur’an Inc.

Booth: 3125

Co. description: Publishers of the Qur’an, comparative religious literature and children’s books, with over 35 editions of the Qur’an including several translations in English and Spanish.


Booth: 1103B

Co. description: Publishes in the genres of drama, poetry, fiction, first nations history, and sociology, literary criticism and social criticism. It also publishes English translations of Canadian authors writing in French.

Show specials: +3% and free freight for retail accounts


Booth: 1257

Co. description: The Taunton Press publishes books, magazines, and DVDs on home building and design, gardening, woodworking, and fiber arts.

TAW Distribution

Booth: 1344

Taylor Trade Publishing

Booth: 1124A

Co. description: The primary trade imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, dedicated to publishing biographies and memoirs, entertainment and pop culture, sports, health, cookbooks, self-help and lifestyle, and Texana. Distributed by National Book Network.

Show specials: 50% discount on trade backlist.

Books/galleys: Valor: Unsung Heroes from Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Home Front by Mark Lee Greenblatt; Mommy Man: How I Went from Mild-Mannered Geek to Gay Superdad by Jerry Mahoney; Sharkman by Steve Alten; Mary Ann’s Good Girl’s Guide to Life by Dawn Wells with Steve Stinson; The Scarlett Letters: The Making of the Film Gone With the Wind by John Wiley Jr.

Teacher Created Materials Publishing

Booth: 1369

Co. description: Teacher Created Materials, a California-based publishing company with worldwide distribution, publishes award-winning, 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.

Texas Bookman

Booth: R607

Co. description: Celebrating 30 years of trade and scholarly remainders as well as reprints from around the world.

Thames & Hudson

Booth: 1826

Co. description: Renowned international publisher of illustrated books on art, architecture, design, advertising, fashion, photography, travel, history, archaeology and cooking, as well as books for children.

Books/galleys: Rendez-Vous with Art by Philippe de Montebello and Martin Gayford; Kurt Cobain: The Last Session by Jesse Frohman; Yves Saint Laurent by Roxanne Lowit; Star Trek Pop-Ups by Courtney Watson McCarthy; Digging for Richard III: The Search for the Lost King by Mike Pitts.

Theatre Communications Group

Booth: 1104A

Books/galleys: The Realistic Joneses by Will Eno; The Quality of Mercy by Peter Brook; Inside/Outside: Six Plays from Palestine and the Diaspora, edited by Naomi Wallace and Ismail Khalidi; Kung Fu by David Henry Hwang; The Apple Family: Scenes from Life in the Country by Richard Nelson; The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, translated by Richard Nelson and Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky.

Thunder Bay Press

Booth: 2020

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

Timber Press

Booth: 839

Co. description: The mission of Timber Press is to share the wonders of the natural world by publishing books from the experts in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history.

Time Home Entertainment Inc.

Booth: 1928

Co. description: Time Home Entertainment Inc., the book publishing arm of Time Inc., creates and leverages editorial content across multiple platforms; including books, bookazines, eBooks and calendars; in partnership with such Time Inc. brands as Time, People, Sports Illustrated, Life, and Entertainment Weekly.

Tin House Magazine & Books

Booth: 1322

Co. description: A quarterly literary magazine, Tin House features short stories, nonfiction and poetry. Tin House Books publishes fiction, nonfiction. and poetry.

Books/galleys: Loitering by Charles D’Ambrosio; Sister Golden Hair by Darcey Steinke; The Wilds by Julia Elliott; The Search for Heinrich Schlögel by Martha Baillie; The Other Side by Lacy M. Johnson; Whitman Illuminated: Song of Myself, illustrated by Allen Crawford.

Tor Books

Booth: 1738

Co. description: Tor Books and Forge Books are imprints of Tom Doherty Associates, LLC. Tor is a publisher of science fiction and fantasy (including graphic novels) in the world. Forge publishes fiction and nonfiction in a variety of genres, including Spur-award winning westerns, mysteries, thrillers, womens fiction, and historicals.

Books/galleys: The Accidental Highwayman by Ben Tripp; Lock In by John Scalzi; The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man by W. Bruce Cameron; My Real Children by Jo Walton.

TouchWood Editions/Heritage House

Booth: 1327B

Co. description: TouchWood publishes books about people, places, landscape, food, art and culture, as well as mysteries. Heritage House publishes books that delve into contemporary themes; focusing on significant cultural, social, political, environmental and recreational subjects.

Trafalgar Square Publishing

Booth: 2527

Co. description: A division of IPG, Trafalgar Square Publishing is North America’s premier distributor of U.K. and Australian publishers, including Allen & Unwin, Atlantic Books UK, Canongate Books, Cargo Books, John Blake, HarperCollins U.K., Head of Zeus, Headline Book Publishing, Hodder & Stoughton, Lion U.K., Little Brown Book Group, Little Hare Books, Macmillan U.K., Michael O’Mara Books, Orion Publishing, Random House Australia, Random House U.K., Simon & Schuster U.K., and Summersdale.

Show specials: 25 or more backlist earns 50% discount.

Transaction Publishers

Booth: RC138

Co. description: Transaction Publishers is an independent publisher of social science books and e-books. Transaction’s mission is scholarly and professional inquiry into the nature of society.

Trinity University Press

Booth: 1230

Co. description: Publishes books about nature, landscape and the environment; architecture and urban studies; literature; and Southwestern regional interest. Distributed by Perseus/Publishers Group West.

Books/galleys: Encyclopedia of Trouble and Spaciousness by Rebecca Solnit; A Muse and a Maze by Peter Turchi; The Luck Archives by Mark Menjivar; Unchopping a Tree by W. S. Merwin; Outside by Barry Lopez; Writing, Buddhism, and Living in Places by Gary Snyder and Julia Martin.

Triumph Books

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Triumph Books is among the nation’s leading sports book publishers, celebrating its 25th year. It publishes a wide range of titles, from biographies, memoirs, and reference books to “instant” collectible keepsakes that celebrate the Super Bowl, World Series, Stanley Cup, and other national championships.

Show specials: 50%discount on orders of 25+.

Turner Publishing Company

Booth: 1168

Co. description: Turner Publishing Company is an American independent book publisher based in Nashville, Tenn. The company is in the top 101 independent publishing companies in the U.S. as compiled by and has been named four times to Publishers Weekly’s Fastest Growing Publishers List.

Books/galleys: The Inheritor by Tom Wither; Gluten Freedom by Alessio Fasano; Dylan: The Biography by Dennis McDougal; Autumn Fire by Tom Wither; Cathar Secret by Gregg Loomis; Rainbows on the Moon by Barbara Wood.

Turtleback Books

Booth: 1424

Co. description: Turtleback Books offers a large selection of prebound books exclusively to wholesalers and resellers serving the library and school markets.

Tuttle Publishing

Booth: 2744

Co. description: Tuttle Publishing, a member of the Periplus Publishing Group, produces 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.”

Tyndale House Publishers

Booth: 1138

Co. description: Tyndale House Publishers, founded in 1962, is the world’s largest privately held Christian publisher of books, Bibles and digital media. Tyndale has published many New York Times bestsellers. The largest portion of its profit goes to the nonprofit Tyndale House Foundation, which makes grants to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world.

U.S. Department of Commerce

Booth: 2562

Co. description: Federal Government agency that helps U.S. Publishers increase their international sales through 70+ international offices and 100+ domestic offices.

Ulysses Press

Booth: 1233A

Co. description: Named to Publishers Weekly‘s list of fastest-growing independent publishers for five of the past seven years, Ulysses Press offers trade books on emerging trends and underserved niches.

Books/galleys: Crazy for Breakfast Sandwiches by Jessica Harlan; Hillary: The Coloring Book by Valentin Ramon; Headliner: A Rock-and-Roll Romance by Dish Tillman; Wine Bottle Crafts by Johnnie Lanier; Biscuit for Your Thoughts? by Andrew Darlow; The Prepper’s Baking Book by Julie Languille.

Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader

Booth: 2020

Co. description: With more than 15 million books in print, the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader series is one of the longest-running, most popular series of its kind in the publishing industry.

University of Chicago Press

Booth: RC93

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 over 11,000 books since its founding.

University of Hawaii Press

Booth: 1732

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

Show specials: 50% discount.

University of Illinois Press

Booth: 1540

Co. description: Featured: Illegal: Reflections of an Undocumented Immigrant with in-booth author signing Friday 1–2 p.m.; In It for the Long Run: A Musical Odyssey, in-booth signing Thursday 1–2 p.m.

University of Minnesota Press

Booth: 1730

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.

Show specials: +3% on show orders.

Books/galleys: Best to Laugh: A Novel by Lorna Landvik; The Price of Thirst: Global Water Inequality and the Coming Chaos by Karen Piper; Only the Dead by Vidar Sundstøl, translated by Tiina Nunnally; Total Liberation: The Power and Promise of Animal Rights and the Radical Earth Movement by David Naguib Pellow; The Essential Ellen Willis by Ellen Willis, edited by Nona Willis Aronowitz; Mayor of the Universe: A Novel by Lorna Landvik.

University of Nebraska Press

Booth: 1831

Co. description: Founded in 1941, the University of Nebraska Press is a scholarly and general interest press that publishes 180+ new and reprint titles annually under Nebraska, Bison Books, The Jewish Publication Society and Potomac Books imprints, along with 28 journals.

University of Pennsylvania Press

Booth: RC137

Co. description: Publisher of trade and scholarly books in the social sciences and humanities.

University of Toronto Press

Booth: 1447

Co. description: Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press is one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP publishes approximately 200 new scholarly, course, reference and general-interest books each year and maintains a backlist of over 3,500 titles.

University of Virginia Press

Booth: 1545

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

University Press of New England

Booth: 2438

Co. description: UPNE is an award-winning university press supported by a consortium of schools, including Brandeis University and Dartmouth College. UPNE’s trade publishing program focuses on books on the subjects of history, politics, music, art, true crime, nature, sustainability and sports. UPNE’s distribution arm, UPNE Book Partners, represents more than a dozen small presses and university presses, including Wesleyan University, Bauhan Publishing, and Carnegie Mellon University Press, among many others.

Urban Canvas

Booth: S453

Co. description: Urban Canvas offers innovative, eco-friendly craft toys.

US Games Systems Inc.

Booth: 753

Co. description: US Games offers specialty card decks and award-winning family games. A new series, Special Ops and new card games.

US Media Partners

Booth: R802

Co. description: Wholesaler of remainders and hurts from leading publishers.

USA Pavilion

Booth: 1251

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 Book Fair, London Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair, Taipei Book Fair, Sharjah Book Fair, Guadalajara Book Fair, and participation at BookExpo America and the American Library Association.

Veronica Lane Media

Booth: PDZ738

Co. description: Veronica Lane Books showcases the bestselling What Is? children’s book series by Etan Boritzer.

Visible Ink Press

Booth: 1331

Co. description: Visible Ink Press popular reference, including The Handy Answer Book Series.

Warner Bros Global Publishing

Booth: RC40

Co. description: Warner Bros. Global Publishing is part of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, one of the world’s leading licensing and retail merchandising organizations representing properties, including Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes, DC Super Friends, Batman, Superman, Harry Potter, The Hobbit Trilogy, and many more.

Weldon Owen Publishing

Booth: 1550

Co. description: Weldon Owen’s mission is to illustrate great ideas, demonstrate complex skills so anyone can learn them and entertain & inspire along the way. Upcoming titles include Saveur New Classics Cookbook, Urban Remedy Seven Day Home Cleanse, Gluten Free Delights, Popular Science Big Book of Maker’s Skills, Field & Stream Total Outdoorsman Skills & Tools, and Outdoor Life Ultimate Survival Food Manual.

White Star / De Agostini

Booth: 1513

Co. description: De Agostini Libri coordinates and manages the publishing activities of the Italian and foreign markets, focusing on the publication of children’s books, general reference, illustrated books, cartographic works, YA and adult fiction. White Star is part of De Agostini and publishes illustrated books on a wide range of subjects, including art, architecture, archaeology, gift books, food and drink, music, nature and wildlife, photography, sport and travel.


Booth: 1729

Co. description: Wiley is a global provider of content and content-enabled workflow solutions in areas of scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly research; professional development; and education.

Wisdom Publications

Booth: 2746

Co. description: Wisdom Publications is the leading publisher of contemporary and classic Buddhist books and practical works on mindfulness.

Wisdom Publishing

Booth: 3014

Co. description: Specializes in publishing color comics based on classic Chinese stories.

Wisdom Tales

Booth: 1130A

Co. description: Wisdom Tales publishes both children’s and teen titles and was created for the purpose of sharing the wisdoms of traditional cultures and peoples from around the world with young readers and their families.

Workman Publishing Co.

Booth: 839

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, and Bananagrams!

Books/galleys: Ocean: A Photicular Book, created by Dan Kainen, text by Carol Kauffman; Peanuts: A Scanimation Book by Rufus Butler Seder; What to Expect the First Year by Heidi Murkoff with Sharon Mazel; 1000 Foods to Eat Before You Die by Mimi Sheraton; The Bunny Rabbit Show by Sandra Boynton; The Diabetes Reset by George King, M.D.

Worthy Publishing Group

Booth: 1207

Co. description: Worthy Publishing is a privately held Christian publisher based in Nashville, Tenn. Focused on a limited list of books each season, Worthy publishes in a variety of categories including fiction, spiritual growth, current events, biblical study, biography, devotionals and Bibles.

Xulon Press

Booth: 1503

Co. description: Xulon Press is the largest Christian-owned and -operated publisher of Christian books.

Yale University Press

Booth: 1541

Co. description: Yale University Press is one of the largest American university presses, dedicated to publishing in a wide range of disciplines.

Books/galleys: Augustus: The First Emperor by Adrian Goldsworthy; The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll in Ten Songs by Greil Marcus; Founders as Fathers: The Private Lives and Politics of the American Revolutionaries by Lorri Glover; Speed Limits: Where Time Went and Why We Have So Little Left by Mark C. Taylor; Ever Yours: The Essential Letters by Vincent van Gogh; The World Atlas of Street Photography, edited by Jackie Higgins.