Established in 1977, Abbeville specializes in illustrated books on art, architecture, photography, design, travel, lifestyle, and media.
An imprint of the United Methodist Publishing House, Abingdon Press publishes cross-denominational religious books.
Publisher of high-quality art and illustrated books in the areas of art, photography, cooking, interior design, film, crafts, fashion, sports, and pop culture, as well as children’s books (notably Jeff Kinney’s bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series), and gift and stationery products.
Featured titles: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 11 by Jeff Kinney; Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty, illus. by David Roberts; and Everything I Want to Eat: The New California Comfort Food from L.A.’s Sqirl by Jessica Koslow.
Giveaways: Abrams Books tote bags, Ada Twist, Scientist exclusive BEA prints signed by the author, and stationery products and posters from Holy Cow, I Sure Do Love You! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld.
Addico Solutions/Basil Bookseller Software
Basil Bookseller Software is an Internet-based, fully integrated POS and inventory control system that supports new, used, and online booksellers with POS, EDI, receiving, special orders, event management, and more.
This independent publisher specializes in multiple genres, including business-related nonfiction (B2 Books), African-American–related fiction and nonfiction (Bolden Books and Bolden Lives), cooking, food, and lifestyle nonfiction (Surrey Books), and Midwest regional (Midway).
At BEA, this Brooklyn, N.Y., independent publisher is featuring books and catalogues, and hosting in-booth author signings.
Albert Whitman & Company
Publisher of children’s books since 1919, notably the Boxcar Children Mysteries by Gertrude Chandler Warner, as well as picture books, novels, and nonfiction titles.
The educational music publisher has provided educational and performance materials for teachers, students, professionals, and hobbyists since 1922.
The publishing arm of the American Management Association releases works on business topics and books in other nonfiction areas, including health and fitness, science and technology, popular psychology, parenting, and education.
Amazon Publishing is the full-service, global publishing arm of Amazon. Its 14 imprints offer books that span several reading categories and genres. The global rights team sells rights in multiple formats, channels, and languages.
America Reads Spanish
This institution develops and promotes Spanish book publishing and activities related to the industry.
American Academy of Pediatrics
Publisher of a growing line of award-winning parenting and children’s health titles, as well as more than 400 clinical books and electronic products for health-care professionals.
Featured titles: The Picky Eater Project: 6 Weeks to Happier, Healthier, Family Mealtimes by Natalie Digate Muth, M.D., and Sally Sampson; and Understanding the NICU: What Parents of Preemies and Other Hospitalized Newborns Need to Know, edited by Jeanette Zaichkin, Gary Weiner, M.D., and David Loren, M.D.
Giveaways: Reusable grocery bags and recipe cards for The Picky Eater Project.
American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression
ABFFE is the bookseller’s voice in the fight against censorship; it sponsors Banned Books Week and the Kids’ Right to Read Project, and co-sponsors the BEA Children’s Art Auction. It shares a booth with Media Coalition, which represents bookstores and other businesses on First Amendment issues.
American Collective Stand
A collective representing all segments of U.S. publishing, working together to maximize their presence at U.S. and such international trade fairs as the Frankfurt Book Fair, London Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair, Guadalajara Book Fair, and Sharjah Book Fair.
American Library Association
The ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition is scheduled for June 23–28 in Orlando, Fla.
American Psychological Association
The APA, which publishes books on behavioral and social sciences, includes the APA Books imprint of scholarly and professional books and Magination Press.
AMMO (American Modern) Books publishes titles on the visual arts and pop culture. Its Limited Editions and Popular Editions highlight the work of designers, photographers, and artists.
Annick Press publishes some 30 titles annually, including picture books, teen fiction, and nonfiction by such authors as Robert Munsch, Ruth Ohi, and Kathy Stinson.
Among this company’s services are POS/inventory control; mail-order, book fair, and offsite sales; electronic ordering, receiving, and returns; databases of books links; Internet stock check; and encrypted credit card processing.
Insight Guides has offered travel and language content for more than 45 years. These guides include cultural and historical information and are translated into seven languages.
APG Sales & Distribution
APG is a full-service distributor representing independent publishers.
Featured titles: What Do You Do with a Problem? by Kobi Yamada and You Belong Here by M.H. Clark (Compendium).
Apples & Honey Press
Launched in fall 2015 with six titles (including Hanukkah Cookies with Sprinkles by David A. Adler, illus. by Jeffrey Ebbeler), this press publishes books that draw from children’s writing and illustration from North America and Israel and highlight the values of family and community.
Applewood Books, founded in 1976, publishes and distributes books for the cultural traveler and focuses on titles about America. The company this year launched a new imprint, American Roots.
Association of American Publishers
The national trade association represents 300 premier publishers of high-quality entertainment, education, scientific, and professional content. It advocates on behalf of industry priorities on policy, legislative, and regulatory issues regionally, nationally, and worldwide.
The Authors Guild is the nation’s leading advocate for writers’ interests in copyright protection, fair contracts, and free expression, and provides legal assistance and Web services to its members.
B&H Publishing Group
B&H Publishing Group, a division of LifeWay Christian Resources, is a nonprofit publisher committed to books with Bible-centered content.
Baker & Taylor
Booths 900, 901
Baker & Taylor is a global information and entertainment services company offering print and digital books and entertainment products, along with value-added services to libraries, educational institutions, and retailers.
Baker Publishing Group
Producer of Christian resources encompassing a variety of genres, including fiction, self-help, inspiration, professional books for pastors and counselors, and Christian living.
This independent publisher focuses on illustrated children’s books, as well as puzzles, games, puppets, and story CDs that encourage interactive play and memory skills.
Barron’s Educational Series
Booths 1118, 1119
Barron’s is a publisher of test prep and study aids, plus titles for the general trade, including children’s books, craft books, cookbooks, and coloring books for adults.
Featured titles: The Aquarium by Richard Merritt and Claire Scully; Whole Food Baby by Michele Olivier; and Frida Kahlo and the Bravest Girl in the World: Famous Artists and the Children Who Knew Them by Laurence Anholt.
Berrett-Koehler is an independent publisher of books in the areas of business, self-help, and current affairs.
Featured titles: Mastering the New Media Landscape by Barbara Cave Henricks and Rusty Shelton; Online Marketing for Busy Authors by Fauzia Burke; and The Outward Mindset by the Arbinger Institute.
Booths RC621, RC623
Founded in 1987, Oregon-based Blackstone Audio offers a catalogue of more than 10,000 audiobook titles, and now publishes print and e-book editions of classic and original titles under the Blackstone Publishing imprint.
Bloomsbury Publishing is an independent publishing house established in 1986, and now has companies in London, New York, Sydney, and New Delhi.
Featured titles: Mad Enchantment: Claude Monet and the Painting of the Water Lilies by Ross King; The Secrets of Whishtide by Kate Saunders; and Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast.
Book Sales, part of the Quarto Publishing Group and distributed through Hachette Book Group, publishes 100 full-color titles annually and supplies wholesalers, retail chains, and independent bookstores; the company also purchases publishers’ overstock titles.
In business for more than 80 years, Bookazine is a full-service wholesaler of books, magazines, and remainders.
BookLife taps the experience and authority of Publishers Weekly to offer indie authors insights and strategies for creating and marketing books, a place to connect with other indie authors, and a way to submit self-published books for review consideration in PW.
The book review journal of the American Library Association provides librarians and bibliophiles with 8,000-plus annual reviews of children’s, YA, and adult titles, book news, award coverage, professional development, and more.
This company generates comic books and graphic novels across four imprints; offerings include Clive Barker’s Hellraiser books and works based on Charles Schulz’s Peanuts, Jim Davis’s Garfield, Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time, and Jim Henson Company properties.
Bowker, a leading provider of bibliographic information, connects publishers, authors, and booksellers with readers. A ProQuest affiliate, Bowker is the official ISBN agency for the U.S. and Australia.
Boys Town Press
Among the offerings of this publisher of books for children, parents, and educators is a series of picture books by Julia Cook that help children in grades k–6 learn social and communication skills.
Featured titles: The Garden in My Mind and Priscilla & the Perfect Storm by Stephie McCumbee and 13 & Counting: Be the Difference by Zentic Tamara.
Bridge publishes the nonfiction works of L. Ron Hubbard, whose books have sold more than 250 million copies in 165 countries, including Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.
Booths RC503, RC505
Brilliance Audio is a leading publisher of audiobooks in all formats, including CD, MP3-CD, and download. Brilliance specializes in publishing bestselling romance, suspense/thriller, and general fiction.
Founded in 1986, this independent publisher specializes in photographic and fine art calendars in a variety of formats.
Cámara Nacional de la Industria Editorial Mexicana
The national publishers’ association of Mexico.
One of the largest independent publishing houses, Candlewick publishes children’s books for readers of all ages.
Featured titles: A Child of Books by Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston; Return by Aaron Becker; and Judy Moody and the Bucket List by Megan McDonald, illus. by Peter H. Reynolds.
Capstone publishes board books, readers, chapter books, graphic novels, drawing, how-to, and nonfiction titles that bring fun, family, history, and the goal of community to life for learners from toddler to young adult.
Featured titles: Be Light Like a Bird by Monika Schröder; When Penny Met POTUS by Rachel Ruiz; and Baker’s Magic by Diane Zahler.
A division of Lerner Publishing Group, Carolrhoda offers award-winning picture books, as well as nonfiction and fiction titles for children and young adults.
Cenveo Publisher Services
This company provides book publishers with technology, content, and delivery aimed at increasing revenue and streamlining workflows.
Charlesbridge is an independent publisher specializing in children’s books.
Featured titles: Reading Picture Books with Children by Megan Dowd Lambert; Currents by Jane Smolik; Samurai Rising by Pamela S. Turner, illus. by Gareth Hinds; Trapped! by Robert Burleigh, illus. by Wendell Minor.
China International Publishing Group (Sinomedia International Group)
Sinomedia International Group is North America’s premier publisher and distributor of books, educational materials, and multimedia products from and about China. Sinomedia also represents the China International Publishing Group, Beijing.
China National Publications Import & Export Corp.
CNPIEC organizes the Beijing International Book Fair, the largest book fair in Asia, which currently attracts publishers from 60 countries and regions and features more than 200,000 titles on display.
Chooseco is devoted to relaunching the interactive children’s series Choose Your Own Adventure, which offers choice-driven, multiple-ending stories focusing on worldwide travel, mystery, and adventure.
Chouette is the originator of the character Caillou, featured in books that aim to help children cope with various developmental stages of their lives. Caillou also stars in an animated TV series broadcast on PBS and Sprout.
Booths 2100, 2101
Chronicle Books is a San Francisco publisher of illustrated books and gift products in design, art, architecture, photography, food, lifestyle, pop culture, and acclaimed children’s titles.
Featured titles: They All Saw a Cat by Brendan Wenzel; Small Victories by Julia Turshen; and Boundless Books by Postertext.
Giveaways: 2016 Chronicle Books tote bags; recipe accordion featuring fall 2016 cookbooks; and posters promoting Annie Barrows’s Ivy and Bean’s 10th anniversary, Goodnight Goodnight Construction Site by Sherri Duskey Rinker, and the Flora books by Molly Idle.
Cider Mill Press
Cider Mill Press is an independent publisher of innovative gift books and cookbooks, as well as books based on major brands, including Star Trek and Peanuts. Applesauce Press is the company’s children’s imprint.
Featured titles: Whistleblower at the CIA: An Insider’s Account of the Politics of Intelligence by Melvin A. Goodman; America at War with Itself by Henry A. Giroux; and Selected Poems of Malcolm Lowry: Pocket Poets Number 17 by Malcolm Lowry.
Clavis offers books for children of all ages, from birth to age 18, encompassing picture books, fiction, and nonfiction.
Cleis Press/Viva Editions
Cleis Press publishes works in the areas of fiction and LGBT studies, as well as romance, erotica, how-to sex guides, human rights, memoirs, and women’s studies. Viva Editions releases books in the areas of inspiration, self-help, women’s issues, lifestyle, health, parenting, reference, and relationship advice.
This independent publishing house focuses on children’s books, adult fiction, and business and religious books.
Publisher of trade, scholarly, and reference books, as well as e-books and online publications.
Since 1994 a part of Editorial Casals, Combel offers books for children from birth to age nine. Focusing on books with educational value, the company publishes fiction, nonfiction, activity, and pop-up books.
Combined Book Exhibit Author Services
This company now offers individualized services to help authors do book promotion, including social media consultation and setup and book trailers.
Combined Book Exhibit
Booths 740, 741, 742, 744, 745, 747, 751, 840, 842, 844
Founded in 1933, CBE is an organizer of book, periodical, multimedia, and e-book exhibits in the U.S. at major library, education, and trade conferences, as well as co-organizer, with the American Collective Stand, of the USA Pavilion at the Bologna, London, Beijing, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, and Sharjah book fairs and co-organizer of the New Title Showcase, in partnership with BEA.
Consortium Book Sales & Distribution
Consortium distributes high-quality books to the trade. As a distributor for more than 100 international independent publishers, it represents many winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize, and the National Book Award, as well as New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestsellers.
Founded in Barcelona in 1998, this company focuses on picture books and board books.
Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press
Counterpoint publishes fiction, literature, and poetry in addition to nonfiction. Soft Skull publishes contemporary fiction, as well as graphic novels and nonfiction.
Cuento De Luz
Cuento de Luz publishes picture books that aim to spark the imagination and encourage caring for our planet, respecting differences, eliminating borders, and promoting peace.
This independent publishing company packages, markets, and promotes selected titles for other independent presses, authors, and nonprofit organizations; imprints include QED Press and Lost Coast Press.
Distributed Art Publishers/Artbook.com
Founded in 1990, D.A.P. publishes and distributes books on 20th-century art, photography, design, architecture, and visual culture.
Da Capo Press publishes a wide-ranging list of mostly nonfiction titles, both hardcover and paperback, focusing on history, music, the performing arts, sports, and popular culture. Lifelong Books was founded as a health and wellness imprint in 2003 and has a broad list of titles focusing on pregnancy, parenting, fitness, personal relationships, diabetes, healthful cooking, psychology, personal growth, and sexuality.
Featured titles: I Am Brian Wilson: A Memoir by Brian Wilson with Ben Greenman; I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids by Kyle Schwartz; and Roots: The Saga of an American Family (TV tie-in edition) by Alex Haley.
Diamond Book Distributors
Booths 2130, 2131, 2037, 2035
Offers graphic novels and other pop culture merchandise to bookstores, libraries, schools, online retailers, mass merchants, and others.
Disney Publishing Worldwide
Disney Publishing Worldwide is the world’s largest publisher of children’s books and magazines.
With more than 2,500 titles in print, Dundurn is one of Canada’s largest independent publishers, focusing on adult and YA fiction, mysteries, memoirs, and books on political science and history.
Featured titles: What Killed Jane Creba by Anita Arvast; Fire in the Stars by Barbara Fradkin; and Everton Miles Is Stranger Than Me by Philippa Dowding.
Dylar Ediciones is a publisher of books that are both playful and educational, and aim to teach young children reading and comprehension skills.
An independent Canadian trade publisher, ECW Press focuses on fiction, poetry, mystery, memoir, pop culture, pop science, sports, music, and young adult books.
EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller
The lists of EDC Publishing’s Usborne and Kane Miller imprints include illustrated children’s books, as well as novelty and interactive titles.
This publisher releases books for children and young adults, general reference, coffee-table books, how-to guides, and lifestyle titles, as well as multimedia editions and digital products.
Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
From board books for babies to picture books, nonfiction, and novels for children and young adults, Eerdmans’s goal is to produce literature for a new generation of readers.
Elsevier provides STM content for scientists, researchers, students, and health and information professionals, and offers electronic content on all major platforms, including e-book collections on ScienceDirect.
This independent publisher, founded in 2005, focuses on fiction, with offices in New York, London, and Rome. Its international author base includes Amara Lakhous, Jane Gardam, Alina Bronsky, and Elena Ferrante.
Launched in 2009, this independent house publishes a wide range of nonfiction including food, health and fitness, psychology and personal development, parenting, relationships, sexuality, science, and nature.
Featured titles: Sixty by Ian Brown; A Woman on the Edge of Time by Jeremy Gavron; and Citizen Scientist by Mary Ellen Hannibal.
Giveaway: Finished copies of Patterns of the Universe by Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss.
F + W Media
F+W Media’s goal is to provide quality content in a wide variety of formats— print, digital, video—and offer community, content, and connectivity to focused markets.
Faber and Faber
Distributed by PGW, Faber’s books are now available in the U.S. under the house’s own name. This independent U.K. publishing company was founded in 1929; genres include literary fiction, mystery, music, poetry, and children’s books.
Providing software and services to publishers, this company offers leadership and information flow throughout the publishing process, with hosted and installed technologies that meet the needs of publishers.
Exhibiting new fall 2016 titles from Firefly Books and Robert Rose.
Flame Tree Publishing
This independent U.K. publisher produces books and calendars for the international market; key subjects include fine art, music, popular culture, and reference.
Fordham Univ. Press
This press’s Empire State Editions imprint features books that explore New York’s history, transportation, politics, and art. The publisher also releases books on anthropology, communications, fine arts, history, literary studies, philosophy, political theory, religion, and sociology.
Foreword Reviews/Indie Press Collective
Spotlights titles from university presses and independent publishers, and the Indie Press Collective features a selection of independently published titles organized by genre.
Fox Chapel Publishing
Illustrated nonfiction books on craft, hobby, lifestyle, gardening, and DIY; imprints include Design Originals, IMM Lifestyle Books, and Creative Homeowner.
Featured titles: Hello Angel Majestic Animals Coloring Collection by Angela Van Dam; Chalk-Style Botanicals Deluxe Coloring Book by Valerie McKeehan; and Creative Coloring: A Second Cup of Inspirations by Valentina Harper.
Frankfurt Book Fair
The international publishing industry’s biggest trade fair, with more than 7,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries. The FBF 2016 will take place Oct. 19–23.
Franklin Covey Co.
This publisher of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, and the Happy Kids books has more than 25 million books and audiobooks in the marketplace.
Frommer’s Travel Guides
Frommer’s has published travel content for nearly 60 years, both as travel guides and on the Internet and by radio and syndicated newspaper columns.
Publisher of L. Ron Hubbard’s Stories from the Golden Age, a line of 80 books and audiobooks, and Writers of the Future, an annual sci-fi and fantasy anthology introducing 12 new authors.
Gemser Publications S.L.
Since 1999, Gemser has developed and sold internationally illustrated children’s books aimed at educating and inspiring young readers.
Graphic Arts Books
Spanning regional and national subjects, this publisher specializes in illustrated books on travel, cooking, and photography, as well as children’s books.
Featured titles: Jimmy Bluefeather by Kim Heacox; Bobbie the Wonder Dog by Tricia Brown; and Noel Merrill Wien: Born to Fly by Noel Merrill Wien.
This independent publisher of contemporary American and international literature champions diverse voices, including those of Per Petterson, Mary Szybist, Vijay Seshadri, Eula Biss, Claudia Rankine, and Tony Hoagland.
Founded in 1993, Greystone publishes books in the categories of nature, the environment, biography, adventure, current affairs, and literary nonfiction.
Featured titles: The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben; The Killer Whale that Changed the World by Mark Leiren-Young; and Elliott’s Guide to Dinosaurs by Elliott Seah.
Grove Atlantic is an independent publisher of literary fiction, nonfiction, and drama.
Featured titles: The Angel of History by Rabih Alameddine; Perfume River by Robert Olen Butler; and History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund.
Guilford publishes print, e-books, and professional books, videos, and journals in the areas of psychology and the behavioral sciences, education, research methods, and geography.
Hachette Book Group
Booths 1716, 1717, RC608
A division of the trade and educational publisher Hachette Livre, HBG is a trade publisher headquartered in New York, with offices in Boston, Nashville, and Lebanon, Ind., with two dozen imprints, including Little, Brown, Twelve, Grand Central, Black Dog & Leventhal, and Hachette Audio.
Hachette Books featured titles: Shrill by Lindy West, I’m Your Biggest Fan by Kate Coyne, and Little Deaths by Emma Flint.
Grand Central featured titles: You’ll Grow Out of It by Jessi Klein; The Orphan Mother by Robert Hicks; and Pachinko by Min Jin Lee.
Black Dog & Leventhal featured titles: Young Frankenstein by Mel Brooks with Rebecca Keega, Blue Man World by Blue Man Group, and Rolling Stones: All the Songs by Philippe Margotin and Jean-Michel Guesdon
Grand Central Giveaways: See Me by Nicholas Sparks and The Excellent Lombards by Jane Hamilton.
Giveaways: Hachette Books/Black Dog & Leventhal tote bags, a limited quantity of Shrill hardcovers, and Shrill megaphones.
Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group
This company publishes books on music, theater, film, television, and pop culture under the imprints Hal Leonard Books, Backbeat Books, Applause Books, and Amadeus Press.
Booths 2240, 2241
Harlequin, a division of HarperCollins, is a major publisher of books for women.
Featured titles: The Life She Wants by Robyn Carr (Harlequin); Something In Between by Melissa De La Cruz (Harlequin Teen); and Don’t You Cry by Mary Kubica (Mira).
Booths 2140, 2141
This subsidiary of News Corp. is the second largest consumer book publisher in the world, with operations in 18 countries. HarperCollins publishes approximately 10,000 new books every year, in over 30 languages, and has a print and digital catalogue of more than 200,000 titles. Avon featured title: Just Kiss Me by Rachel Gibson.
Dey Street featured titles: The Fortress by Danielle Trussoni and Scream by Tama Janowitz.
Ecco featured titles: The Terranauts by T.C. Boyle; The Muse by Jessie Burton; Darling Day by iO Tillett Wright; and Appetites by Anthony Bourdain.
Harper featured titles: Commonwealth by Ann Patchett; Mercury by Margot Livesey; and The Comet Seeks by Helen Sedgwick.
HarperOne featured titles: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k by Mark Manson and A Life Everlasting by Sarah Gray.
HarperPerennial featured titles: Not Just Jane by Shelley DeWees and The Infinite by Nicholas Mainieri.
Harper Wave featured title: Marrow by Elizabeth Lesser.
Morrow featured titles: News of the World by Paulette Jiles; First Star I See Tonight by Susan Elizabeth Phillips; Forty Autumns by Nina Willner; and The Kept Woman by Karin Slaughter.
Morrow Paperback featured title: The Perfect Girl by Gilly Macmillan.
HarperCollins Christian Publishing
Booths 2141, R440
Under the Zondervan imprint, this Christian communications company publishes Bibles, books, children’s products, and audio, video and digital products.
Driven by the belief that books from academic publishers are more essential than ever for understanding critical issues facing the world, this press publishes works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences.
Harvest House Publishers
A Christian publisher that issues more than 150 new titles annually and has a backlist of more than 1,200 titles.
This company provides resources to help readers recognize and conquer addiction and related life issues, offering tools and guidance in the areas of recovery, relationships, family, mental health, and spirituality.
HCI (Health Communications)
HCI’s titles encompass self-help, spirituality, addiction and recovery, psychology, parenting, relationships, inspiration, and wellness. HCI is the trade distributor for Hazelden Publishing, CRP, FG Publishing, and Bettie Youngs Books.
Highlights Press/Boyds Mills Press
Highlights Press is the trade book publishing division of Highlights for Children. The imprints Boyds Mills Press, Calkins Creek, and WordSong publish award-winning children’s books for preschool through middle grades.
Featured titles: This Book Is Not About Dragons by Shelley Moore Thomas, illus. by Fred Koehler, and A Number Slumber by Suzanne Bloom (Boyds Mills Press); and My First Write-On Wipe-Off Board Books, including My First 123 and My First ABC (Highlights Press).
Holiday House publishes children’s and YA trade books in hardcover, paperback, and e-book formats.
Featured titles: The Sleeping Gypsy by Mordicai Gerstein; Kingdom of Ash and Briars by Hannah West; and The Devil’s Banshee by Donna Hosie.
Giveaways: Educator’s guides for Vietnam: A History of the War by Russell Freedman and Brown v. Board of Education: The Fight for Simple Justice by Susan Goldman Rubin.
This community-based AIDS service organization, which fights to end AIDS and homelessness through advocacy and lifesaving services, is BEA’s official charity partner. Its nonprofit bookstore will be accepting tax-deductible donations of books and media at the end of the expo.
Human Kinetics Publishers
This company issues consumer-oriented books on sports, fitness, health, and human performance; authors include Hal Higdon, Brad Schoenfeld, and Nick Tumminello.
Based in Hollywood with branches in Paris, London, and Tokyo, this publisher of graphic novels (including the Incal and Barbarella series) also develops film adaptations of its books.
ICEX—Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade
ICEX strives to increase and diversify the export markets for Spanish products and services, to encourage Spanish investment abroad, and to promote the image of “Made in Spain.”
Independent Book Publishers Association
Booths 2228, 2229, 2336
IBPA is the largest association of independent publishers and self-published authors in the U.S.
Independent Publishers Group (IPG)
Booths 1816, 1817, 1917
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.
Indiana Univ. Press
This academic publisher, founded in 1950, specializes in the humanities and social sciences. The press produces approximately 140 new books annually and maintains a backlist of some 2,000 titles.
Ingram Content Group
Booths 1029, 929, 930, 940, 1041, 941, 1129, 1020, 1021
The world’s largest distributor of physical and digital content. Thousands of publishers, retailers, and libraries worldwide use its digital, audio, print, print-on-demand, inventory management, wholesale, and full-service distribution programs.
Ingram Publisher Services
Ingram Publisher Services is a global distribution network of physical and digital content, offering publishers, retailers, and libraries access to leading e-book and print-on-demand technologies.
Ingram Spark is a publishing platform that delivers fully integrated print, digital, wholesale, and distribution services to the book industry.
This crowd-funded book publisher has readers select the books it publishes. The company edits, designs, prints, distributes, and markets books that meet a preorder threshold.
Featured titles: How to Get Run Over by a Truck by Katie C. McKenna; It’s All Fun and Games by Dave Barrett; and Trekonomics by Manu Saadia.
Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.
This publisher specializes in New Age, spirituality, ancient mystery, and self-transformation publishing; its Healing Arts Press imprint publishes books on complementary and alternative medicine.
Featured titles: Suppressed History of American Banking: How Big Banks Fought Jackson, Killed Lincoln, and Caused the Civil War by Xaviant Haze (Bear & Co.); Overcoming Acute and Chronic Pain: Keys to Treatment Based on Your Emotional Type by Marc S. Micozzi, M.D., and Sebhia M. Dibra (Healing Arts Press); and Psychedelic Marine: A Transformational Journey from Afghanistan to the Amazon by Alex Seymour (Park Street Press).
Delivers digital media assets to retailers worldwide and provides strategic publishing advice and flexible and scalable solutions to publishers.
This publisher of illustrated books specializes in pop culture, photography, music, and children’s titles.
Featured titles: DC Comics Coloring Book by Insight Editions; Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History by Paula M. Block and Terry J Erdmann; and World of Warcraft: The Official Cookbook by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel.
This not-for-profit organization was founded by the Spanish government in 1991 to promote Spanish-language teaching and knowledge of the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries throughout the world.
Instituto Cubano del Libro
The institution for publishing, marketing, and promotion of books in Cuba.
A leading Christian publisher of books in the areas of religion, religious studies, cultural studies, biblical reference, self-help and recovery, and literary critique.
Italian Trade Agency—Chicago Office
Booths 1204, 1305, 1205
The Italian government organization promotes the internationalization of Italian companies, providing information, support, and advice to Italian and foreign companies.
The Jewish Publication Society
Founded in 1888, JPS is a not-for-profit Jewish publisher that releases the definitive edition of the Jewish Bible: Tanakh, Bible studies and commentaries, and books on women’s studies, life events, and ethics.
Kalandraka Editora, S.L.
This Spanish publisher specializes in picture books for children up to six years of age.
Kar-Ben publishes Jewish-themed picture books about holidays, folktales, history, Israel, the Holocaust, and other subjects reflecting the diversity of the Jewish community.
Featured titles: Joseph the Dreamer by Becky Laff; Gabriel’s Horn by Eric A. Kimmel; and L’Dor Vador: A Keepsake Coloring Book by Judy Freeman.
Giveaways: Coloring books and Sesame Street–themed Hanukkah posters.
Kumon Publishing North America
Publisher of workbooks to teach children verbal, math, and academic skills based on the Kumon Method learning system.
Laurence King Publishing
This publisher of books, gift, and stationery items for children and adults focuses on design, fashion, art, architecture, film, and photography.
Lerner Publishing Group
Booths 2350, 2351
Founded in 1959, Lerner Publishing Group is one of the nation’s largest independent children’s book publishers with 13 imprints and divisions creating fiction and nonfiction for children and young adults.
Featured titles: The Secret of Goldenrod by Jane O’Reilly; Monkey with a Tool Belt and the Maniac Muffins by Chris Monroe; and The Stand-In by Steve Bloom.
Giveaways: Monkey with a Tool Belt and the Maniac Muffins posters and recipe cards.
LID offers simultaneous publishing of business books, business history, and specialized dictionaries in English and Spanish, with editorial offices in Madrid, London, New York, Mexico, and Buenos Aires. It offers comprehensive marketing and public relations support for 125+ new titles each year, and has a speakers bureau operating in the countries where it has offices.
Publisher of bilingual children’s books inspired by Latin American themes.
Literary Market Place/Information Today
The publisher of Literary Market Place (LMP), a directory of companies and individuals who publish, package, review, represent, edit, translate, typeset, illustrate, design, print, bind, promote, publicize, ship, and distribute books.
little bee books
This children’s book publisher, the U.S. division of Bonnier Publishing, releases books designed to entertain, inspire, and educate children ages newborn to 12.
Founded in 1917, Liveright was the first American publisher of William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Sigmund Freud, e.e. cummings, Jean Toomer, Hart Crane, Lewis Mumford, Anita Loos, and the Modern Library series. A division of Norton, Liveright is an adult trade publisher of fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, drama, and poetry.
Featured titles: El Paso by Winston Groom; The Red Car by Marcy Dermansky; and Jerusalem by Alan Moore.
Booths RC617, RC619
This publisher focuses on books in the areas of self-help, natural healing, tarot, and divination. Fiction imprints are Midnight Ink (mystery novels) and Flux (YA titles).
The London Book Fair
A global marketplace for rights negotiations and the sales and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film, and digital channels. The fair offers more than 220 seminars and events, and features 1,500 exhibitors from 60 countries.
London Review of Books
Since 1979, the London Review of Books has stood up for the tradition of the literary and intellectual essay in English.
Lonely Planet Publications
Founded in 1973, Lonely Planet is a leading travel content provider, offering guidebooks, a website, and mobile and digital travel products.
Featured titles: Where to Go When; The Cities Book by Lonely Planet Kids; and The Travel Book (3rd Edition).
Booths 1958, 1959
A global trade book publishing company with prominent imprints around the world, Macmillan publishes a broad range of award-winning books for children and adults in all categories and formats. U.S. publishers include Farrar, Straus and Giroux; Flatiron Books; Henry Holt & Company; Macmillan Audio; Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group; Picador; St. Martin’s Press; and Tor Books. Macmillan Publishers is a division of the Holtzbrinck Publishing Group.
Maven House Press
Distributed by Legato/Perseus, this company’s releases include books on leadership, personal success, business skills, entrepreneurship, marketing, workplace culture, strategy, small business, and project management.
McGill-Queens Univ. Press
Publishing books that defend, refute, and create fresh interpretations of the world, MQUP has more than 2,500 titles in print.
Innovations in print, digital content delivery, interactive platform development, and enhanced media put MHE at the forefront of medical, technical, and business learning for students and professionals.
San Francisco–based McSweeney’s publishes books, as well as Timothy McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern and the Believer magazine, and operates a daily humor website.
Media Services Group
Established in 1985, this company developed the publishing systems Elan Book and the Cat’s Pajamas, providing services in e-commerce/digital strategy, product lifecycle management, rights and royalties, CRM, inventory and warehouse, order fulfillment, subscriptions, accounting, and more.
Midpoint Trade Books
This sales and distribution company has served independent publishers since 1996, offering publishers a process emphasizing hands-on management, fast turnaround, a 12-month selling cycle, and marketing and distribution support.
A partner to public libraries for 25-plus years, Midwest Tape features hoopla digital, its category-creating service partnering with more than 6,000 libraries across North America to provide mobile/online access to e-books, comics, audiobooks, movies, and music.
Miles Kelly Publishing
With 500 titles in print, from encyclopedias and playbooks for younger readers to classic fiction and activity books, Miles Kelly is one of Discovery Channel’s publishing partners, with more than 45 titles available.
At BEA, this independent literary publisher has ARCs of new 2016 releases on display.
Featured titles: Into the Sun Iby Deni Bechard; Body of Water by Chris Dombrowski; and The Home Place by J. Drew Lanham.
Ministry of Culture, Arts & Heritage, Qatar
Qatar’s Ministry of Culture, Arts & Heritage organizes cultural events like festivals, seminars, lectures, arts exhibitions, book exhibitions, workshops, and training in the cultural, arts, and heritage domain.
The MIT Press
This 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.
The Monacelli Press
Publisher of illustrated books on art, architecture, landscape architecture, decorative arts, design, and photography.
A ministry of Moody Global Ministries, this publisher specializes in biblical content that aims to help readers take the next step forward in spiritual development and maturity.
Morgan James Publishing
This entrepreneurial publisher provides authors with strategies to leverage their books and grow their businesses.
National Book Network
Booths 700, 701
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.
National Geographic Society
One of the largest nonprofit scientific and educational institutions in the world, the society’s interests include geography, archeology, and natural science, and the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.
Naval Institute Press
This publishing arm of the U.S. Naval Institute publishes about 90 titles annually in the genres of military history, strategy, fiction, espionage and intelligence, biographies and memoirs, current affairs, political science, ship design, and more.
Featured titles: Philip Nolan: A Novel by Chuck Pfarrer; Through the Valley: My Captivity in Vietnam by William Reeder Jr.; and The Big E: The Story of the USS Enterprise, Illustrated Edition by Edward P. Stafford.
Giveaways: Signed copies of Philip Nolan on Thursday, May 12, at 10 a.m..
NetGalley is an industry-standard service to promote and publicize forthcoming titles by helping publishers and authors provide secure digital galleys to their own contacts, as well as to our community of professional readers.
New Harbinger Publications
For 40 years, New Harbinger Publications has brought readers effective, scientifically sound self-help books that deal with a range of topics in psychology, health, and personal growth.
New Holland Publishers
Publisher of illustrated nonfiction in the areas of food and drink, lifestyle, pictorial, sports, health, craft and hobbies, travel, and reference; also includes the natural history imprint, Reed New Holland, and stationery imprint Spank.
New World Library
This producer of books, audio content, and gift products publishes titles on personal growth, spirituality, alternative health, creativity, women’s interests, Eastern philosophy, religion, animals, Native American interests, and yoga.
New York Review of Books
This company is featuring a BEA issue of the New York Review of Books and a BEA Supplement, along with new titles published by New York Review Books, NYRB Classics, NYRB Poets, the New York Review Children’s Collection, and the Little Bookroom.
New York Univ. Press
Booths RC519, RC521
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.
This exporter and importer represents Japanese publishers specializing in books on fashion, art, architecture, photography, hobbies, and travel.
Specializes in graphic novels, graphic art, and illustrated books, with offices in London and New York; distributed by Consortium in the U.S. & Canada.
Featured titles: Fantasy Sports 2: The Bandit of Barbel Bay by Sam Bosma; The Journey by Francesca Sanna; and Do You Hear What I Hear? by Helen Borten.
This publisher of picture books from international authors and illustrators is best known for the Rainbow Fish series by Marcus Pfister.
Northwestern Univ. Press
Dedicated to publishing works of enduring scholarly and cultural value, and extending the university’s mission to a community of readers throughout the world.
Established in 1923, W.W. Norton is America’s largest independent publisher of adult trade fiction, nonfiction, professional psychology, art, and architecture books.
Featured titles: Blood at the Root by Patrick Phillips; The Book That Matters Most by Ann Hood; and Four Dimensional Human by Laurence Scott.
This Madrid-based publisher specializes in picture books and children’s fiction that promote acceptance and respect among diverse people and cultures.
The publisher’s mission is to publish stories and other content that uplifts, inspires, and encourages positive values and personal growth.
Orca Book Publishers
Imprints of this publisher of children’s and adult books include Orca Soundings, teen novels for reluctant readers; the Holocaust Remembrance series; Orca Currents, offering middle-grade fiction; Sports Stories; the Deal With It series of conflict-resolution guides; and Rapid Reads, a series of short novels for adults.
Focusing on books for technology professionals, knowledge workers, digital media professionals, and the do-it-yourself technology market, this company also distributes titles from Maker Media, Manning, No Starch Press, Pragmatic Bookshelf, and SitePoint.
Issues novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from around the world, as well as nonfiction titles in the areas of history, current events, popular culture, and memoir.
Booths 1310, 1311
OverDrive’s global catalogue of e-books and audiobooks reaches more than 34,000 libraries, schools, and retailers, who serve millions of patrons and customers.
Papercutz’s graphic novels for kids and teens include a wide range of genres including humor, action adventure, mystery, and horror. Since 1976, NBM has published graphic literature from the U.S. and Europe.
Papercutz featured titles: Barbie by Mattel; Lunch Witch 2: Knee Deep in Niceness by Deb Lucke; and Trish Trash: Rollergirl of Mars by Jessica Abel.
NBM featured titles: Equinoxes by Cyril Pedrosa; Elvis by Philippe Chanoinat and Fabrice Le Henanff; and Glenn Gould: A Life Off Tempo by Sandrine Revel.
Specializing in fine art books, this company offers a range of illustrated publications, including coffee-table books on painting, sculpture, architecture, fashion, and erotic art.
Booths 618, 619
Publishing books and gifts in over 35 global markets for more than 25 years, this company offers a wide roster of popular own-brand and licensed properties, including Discovery Kids, Disney, Marvel, Mattel, and Nickelodeon.
This publisher and packager focuses on children’s fiction and nonfiction, and art, sports, and sports medicine titles, and also offers titles in Spanish to Latin American and U.S. distributors.
This imprint of PatagoniaWorks publishes a select number of titles on wilderness, wildlife, outdoor sports, and environmentalism.
This independent publisher specializes in children’s books for all ages, from board books to YA fiction and nonfiction, and maintains a line of adult backlist titles in the areas of health, education, parenting, regional guide books, fiction, and biography.
Penguin Random House
Booths 2433, 2441
Penguin Random House is the world’s largest English-language general trade book publisher and includes an army of prestigious imprints and distribution lines, publishing some of the foremost writers of our time.
Penguin featured titles: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles and Harmony by Carolyn Parkhurst (Viking); The Mothers by Brit Bennett (Riverhead).
Giveaway: Postcards promoting Magical Jungle by Johanna Basford (Penguin Original).
Random House featured titles: The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore and Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders (Random House); Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult (Ballantine).
Random House Children’s Books featured titles: The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon and The Maze Runner: The Fever Code by James Dashner (Delacorte); Penguin Problems by Jory John, illus. by Lane Smith (Random House Books for Young Readers).
Penguin Random House Canada
Imprints include Anchor Canada, Appetite by Random House, Bond Street Books, Doubleday Canada, Knopf Canada, Penguin Canada, Random House Canada, Tundra Books, and Vintage Canada.
A division of the Hachette Book Group.
Perseus Distribution offers customized sales and distribution services for print and e-books.
Booths 2358, 2362
Publishers Group West offers integrated, full-service distribution, provides complete digital conversion services, and is a leading vendor to book retailers and wholesalers across the country.
PGW Kids, part of Publishers Group West, is a book sales and distribution company focused on independent children’s book publishers.
This creative arts publisher has more than 1,500 titles in print in such categories as art, photography, design, architecture, fashion, food and travel, and illustrated children’s books.
Poisoned Pen Press
This Scottsdale, Ariz., press offers a list headlined by mystery and crime novels.
The Polish Book Institute
Booths 1504, 1505
The Polish Book Institute is a national cultural institution established by the Ministry of Culture to promote Polish literature worldwide and to popularize books and reading within Poland.
Now an imprint of the Univ. of Nebraska Press, this publisher focuses on military and general history, world and national affairs, foreign policy, defense and national security, terrorism, intelligence, and memoirs and biographies.
The Power of Libraries
The Power of Libraries is a collection of library organizations (Califa, RAILS, Amigos, Massachusetts Library System, and Minitex) whose goal is to partner with publishers to find innovative, sustainable, and affordable ways to make e-books available through libraries.
Founded in 1924, Prestel publishes books on art, architecture, design, and photography, and distributes the lists of Gestalten, Distanz, Schirmer/Mosel, Loft, Periscope, and Lars Muller Publishers.
Princeton Architectural Press
A world leader in architecture and design publishing, with a focus on arts and photography, landscape, architecture, graphic design, and visual and popular culture.
Princeton Univ. Press
Exhibiting upcoming titles.
Featured titles: The Curse of Cash by Kenneth S. Rogoff; Welcome to the Universe: An Astrophysical Tour by Neil deGrasse Tyson, Michael Strauss, and J. Richard Gott; The Brooklyn Nobody Knows: An Urban Walking Guide by William B. Helmreich; and Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer by Peter P. Marra and Chris Santella.
Printers Row Publishing Group
A publisher of adult trade, promotional, and juvenile books for more than 20 years, with a backlist of more than 500 titles. Printers Row has four imprints: Canterbury Classics, Portable Press, Silver Dolphin Books, and Thunder Bay Press.
Prometheus Books is an independent publisher of books on popular science, history, biography, social sciences, religion, atheism, psychology, current events, politics, and health, with imprints including Seventh Street Books, devoted to mysteries, thrillers, and crime fiction; Pyr, offering science fiction and fantasy; and Humanity Books, a line of scholarly books.
The Publishers Association of the United Kingdom
Booths R448, 641, 2211, R409
The leading trade organization for book, journal, and electronic publishers in the U.K., dedicated to strengthening the trading environment for U.K. publishers.
Publishers Weekly is the international news platform, both in digital and print, for book publishing and bookselling. Founded in 1872, the magazine publishes eight e-newsletters; reviews nearly 9,000 books annually; hosts 8.7 million unique site visitors each year; and features author interviews, news, and analysis about publishing.
The PubMatch database enables those in the foreign rights field to warehouse title and rights information, create marketing collateral, and network with more than 10,000 users to promote 100,000-plus titles on the PubMatch Network.
Illustrated nonfiction in the areas of food and drink, health and beauty, pregnancy and childcare, interiors, crafts, gardening, and gift books.
Quarto Publishing Group
Booths 2300, 2301
Quarto has several imprints, with a focus on the fields of art, crafts, hobbies, food and drink, nature, lifestyle, reference, and children’s. Quarto co-editions are licensed all over the world, with bestselling titles available in more than 20 languages.
Featured titles: Footloose by Kenny Loggins, illus. by Tim Bowers; Color Me to Sleep by Lacy Mucklow, foreword by Alanna McGinn, illus. by Angela Porter; and Buxton Hall Barbecue’s Book of Smoke: Wood-Smoked Meat, Sides, and More by Elliott Moss.
Featured titles: Coffin Road by Peter May; Blood Wedding by Pierre Lemaitre; and Way Down Dark by J.P. Smythe.
Giveaways: A limited number of copies of Book 1 in Peter May’s the Enzo Files series, Extraordinary People.
Booths 2040, RC618
Quirk Books’ bestsellers include Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It also publishes cookbooks, craft books, children’s books, and nonfiction on a wide range of subjects.
Featured titles: Wonder Women by Sam Maggs; Last Call at the Nightshade Lounge by Paul Krueger; and My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix.
This producer of maps, atlases, and geographic reference materials also offers children’s travel and education titles, online travel information, wireless mapping, and CustomView wall maps.
Booths RC610, RC612
Through OneClickdigital, this provider of digital products for libraries offers exclusive, multi-access downloadable audiobooks and e-book content from publishers. RBdigital includes online educational and entertainment services.
Featuring the Weiser Books, Conari Press, and Disinformation imprints, this company offers books ranging 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, For Beginners, Atlantis Rising, and Quest Books.
Featured titles: English Magic Tarot by Andy Letcher and Stephen Dooley, illus. by Rex Van Ryn; Rumi’s Little Book of Love and Laughter by Coleman Barks; and Warrior Goddess Way by HeatherAsh Amara.
Ripley Entertainment, owner of the trademark Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, shares its archives of the strange and unusual through books, TV shows, tourist attractions, merchandise, and its syndicated daily newspaper cartoon.
Romance Writers of America
Visitors to this booth can learn more about the romance genre and about engaging romance readers in their communities.
Running Press featured titles: René Charles: NYC: Little Bulldog in the Big City by René Charles with Evan Cuttic and Ryan Nalls; Vern Yip’s Design Wise: Your Smart Guide to a Beautiful Home by Vern Yip; and My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India into a Southern Kitchen by Asha Gomez with Martha Hall Foose.
Running Press Kids featured titles: What a Beautiful Morning by Arthur A. Levine, illus. by Katie Kath; Race Car Dreams by Sharon Chriscoe, illus. by Dave Mottram; and A Very Elmo Christmas, the first book in a new partnership with Sesame Street.
Giveaway: Race Car Dreams posters.
Ryland Peters & Small
Ryland Peters & Small and CICO Books publish illustrated books on interiors, cooking, New Age topics, gardening, crafts, mother and child, weddings, and mind/body/spirit, as well as a line of stationery.
A North American trade book distributor for more than 170 independent publishers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia.
Established in 1974, this family-owned independent publisher has 5,800-plus titles in print on subjects that include antiques and decorative arts, architecture and design, art, crafts, fashion, food and entertaining, mind/body/spirit, and pop culture.
Booths 1704, 1705
The world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books and a leader in educational technology, Scholastic creates quality educational and entertaining products for use in school and at home, including children’s books, magazines, technology-based products, and teacher materials.
Featured titles: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two: Special Rehearsal Edition Script Book by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany (Arthur A. Levine Books), and Dog Man by Dav Pilkey and Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier (Graphix).
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America
This organization is committed to promoting the interests of speculative fiction professionals and the genre at large.
Publisher of trade and gift books, calendars, and RSVP greeting cards.
Severn House Publishers
Specializes in fiction, with a focus on mysteries; its trade paperback, large print, and e-book lines draw from the print list.
Publishes titles for children, young adults, and adults, including the Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull, Janitors series by Tyler Whitesides, A Proper Romance series, and Six Sisters’ Stuff cookbooks.
Featured titles: The Orphan Keeper by Camron Wright; Fablehaven Book of Imagination by Mull; and Dinner Made Easy with Six Sisters’ Stuff: 101 Time-Saving Recipes for Busy Moms.
Giveaways: Tote bags promoting Mull’s Dragonwatch, and Dinner Made Easy with Six Sisters’ Stuff recipe sampler booklet.
Shambhala Publications/Roost Books
Shambhala Publications is an independent publisher of books on enlightened living, spirituality, philosophy, and psychology. Roost Books publishes titles on cooking, craft, creativity, and family life. Penguin Random House distributes both lines.
Sharjah International Book Fair
Held annually in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, this event was founded with the goal of instilling a love of literature among people of the region, and promoting the joy of reading to young readers.
She Writes Press
She Writes Press is a hybrid publisher that offers author coaching, editing, cover design, and distribution through Ingram.
Simon & Schuster
Booths 2016, 2017
Simon & Schuster, a part of CBS Corporation, publishes fiction and nonfiction for readers of all ages across all printed, electronic, and audio formats. Its divisions include S&S Adult Publishing, S&S Children’s Publishing, S&S Audio, S&S Digital, and international companies in Australia, Canada, India, and the U.K.
S&S Adult featured titles: Faithful: A Novel by Alice Hoffman and Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico’s Most Dangerous Drug Cartel by Dan Slater.
S&S Children’s Publishing featured titles: Seeds of America: Ashes by Laurie Halse Anderson (Atheneum/Dlouhy), The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid (S&S), and The Littlest Bigfoot by Jennifer Weiner (Aladdin).
Giveaways: Tote bags promoting I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark by Debbie Levy (S&S) and backpacks for The Misadventures of Max Crumbly 1: Locker Hero by Rachel Renee Russell (Aladdin).
SPi Global empowers publishers and content providers to maximize the value of their content by infusing technology, know-how, and innovation into their businesses.
Founded in 2006 by Tony Lyons, the Skyhorse publishing program includes books on history, politics, true crime, humor, cooking, business, art, fiction, memoir, sports, outdoors, country living, health, fitness, and more.
Smithsonian Books publishes a select list of trade nonfiction and illustrated books in such categories as history; science and technology; space, aviation, and military; art, as well as works based on museum collections and artifacts.
Sounds True Publishing
This publisher offers book, audio, and music titles in the areas of meditation, mindfulness, yoga, health, healing, psychology, and relationships.
This independent publisher releases books in a variety of genres, including fiction, romance, children’s titles, and YA fiction.
Featured titles: The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict; Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis; The Storybook Knight by Helen Docherty and Thomas Docherty; Max at Night by Ed Vere; Isabella for President by Jennifer Fosberry; and The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti.
Publisher of Spanish versions of U.S. bestsellers, as well as books by Hispanic authors in general adult trade, children’s books, personal growth, alternative health, spirituality, sexuality, biography, and parenting.
This academic book and journal publisher was formed in 2015 through the merger of Nature Publishing Group, Palgrave Macmillan, Macmillan Education, and Springer Science+Business Media.
This trade book publisher has an 80-year history of publishing crafts, outdoors, and history titles, with an emphasis on fly fishing, nature guides, and military history.
Sterling Publishing Co.
With more than 5,000 titles in print and 60 years in business, Sterling has various imprints encompassing educational resources, children’s picture books, puzzles and games, adult fiction, craft and photography, cookbooks, self-help, and classics.
Featured titles: Curious Creatures by Millie Marotta; Superfood Soups by Julie Morris; and Song of the Deep by Brian Hastings.
Giveaways: Tote bags promoting Curious Creatures.
Studio Fun International
A 33-year-old publishing business creates fun and educational hands-on book experiences for children ages 2 to 12.
The 3M Cloud Library is a flexible digital lending system that enables readers to explore and borrow e-books and e-audiobooks; a buying tool includes select lists and automated features to facilitate building a relevant collection.
An independent publisher of unabridged audiobooks, e-books, and print titles. The Tantor Studios division offers full audio production and distribution services for publishers and authors.
The Taunton Press
This company produces books, magazines, video, e-books and apps, special interest publications, and TV content focusing on the fields of woodworking, homebuilding and home design, sewing and crafts, cooking, and gardening.
Time Inc. Books
Booths 2110, 2111
The book publishing arm of Time Inc. creates editorial content across books, bookazines, and e-books in partnership with internal brands including Cooking Light, Southern Living, Sports Illustrated, Sunset, Time and Time for Kids, as well as external brands like Animal Planet, Disney, the BBC, the Mayo Clinic, and Mad Magazine.
Featured titles: Writings on the Wall by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; Lasting Impact by Kostya Kennedy, and One to Five by Ryan Scott.
Featured children’s titles: My First Book of Hockey by the editors of Sports Illustrated Kids; Presidents of the United States by the editors of Time for Kids; Animal Planet: Strange, Unusual, Gross & Cool Animals by Animal Planet.
Giveaways: Copies of Animal Planet Chapter Books by Animal Planet. Daily book giveaways.
Featured titles: Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter; 738 Days by Stacey Kade; and The Rising by Heather Graham and Jon Land.
Trinity Univ. Press
Publisher of books about nature, landscape, and the environment; architecture and urban studies; literature; and Southwestern regional interest; distributed by Perseus/PGW.
Trusted Media Brands
Booths 2012, 2013
The parent company for Reader’s Digest Trade Publishing and Studio Fun International.
Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism
This agency aims to promote Turkish literature and the country’s publishing industry.
Turner Publishing Company
Founded in 1985, Turner Publishing Company is an independent publisher based in Nashville.
A member of the Periplus Publishing Group, Tuttle produces books on cooking, interior design and architecture, martial arts, travel, language, literature, gardening, and crafts. Founded in Tokyo in 1948 with corporate headquarters in Vermont, Tuttle strives to publish “books to span the East and West.”
Tyndale House Publishers
This Christian publisher of fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, Bibles, and digital media distributes the product lines of Navpress and Focus on the Family.
This independent publisher focuses on trade books in the areas of emerging trends and underserved niches.
Univ. of Chicago Press/Chicago
Univ. of Chicago Press includes three divisions: journals, books, and distribution. UCP publishes more than 60 journals and 300 books a year in reference, the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Through Chicago Distribution Services, UCP provides warehousing and fulfillment for over 100 publishers, and digital asset management through BiblioVault.
Univ. of Georgia Press
This press publishes 60–70 new books a year and has a long history of publishing significant scholarship, creative and literary works, and books about the state and region.
Featured titles: Blood, Bone, and Marrow: A Biography of Harry Crews by Ted Geltner and Michael Connelly; Whisperin’ Bill Anderson: An Unprecedented Life in Country Music by Bill Anderson and Peter Cooper; and Charleston Syllabus: Readings on Race, Racism, and Racial Violence by Chad Williams and Kidada Williams.
Giveaways: Harry Crews T-shirts and guitar picks promoting Whisperin’ Bill Anderson.
Univ. of Hawai‘i Press
Publisher of books on Hawaii, Asia, and the Pacific.
Univ. of Illinois Press
Publishes works for scholars, students, and citizens of the state of Illinois and beyond.
Univ. of Minnesota Press
Publisher of trade and scholarly titles in the areas of cultural studies, film and media, art and architecture, African-American and Native American subjects, lesbian and gay studies, and regional interest.
Univ. of Nebraska Press
Founded in 1941, the Univ. of Nebraska Press is a scholarly and general interest press that publishes 180-plus new and reprint titles annually under the Nebraska, Bison Books, Jewish Publication Society, and Potomac Books imprints, along with 28 journals.
Univ. of Toronto Press
Founded in 1901, UTP publishes approximately 200 new scholarly, course, reference, and general interest books annually, and maintains a backlist of more than 3,500 titles.
Univ. Press of New England
UPNE is supported by a consortium of schools. UPNE’s trade publishing program focuses on books about 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.
A collective of individual stands representing all segments of the U.S. publishing industry, book trade, and electronic sectors. The USA Pavilion is organized by the American Collective Stand and the Combined Book Exhibit at the Frankfurt Book Fair, London Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair, Sharjah Book Fair, Guadalajara Book Fair, with participation at BookExpo America and the American Library Association.
Visible Ink Press
Publishes popular reference, including the Handy Answer Book Series, whose new additions include The Handy Geography Answer Book; The Handy Boston Answer Book; and The Handy California Answer Book. Another key fall title is The Monster Book: Creatures, Beasts and Fiends of Nature by Nick Redfern.
Vision Street Publishing
Publisher of children’s coloring and activity books, children’s story and board books, bilingual books, and both children’s and adult puzzle books.
Warner Bros. Global Publishing
Booths RC523, RC525
Part of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, a major licensing and retail merchandising organization.
Featured titles: Hawkweed Prophecy by Irena Brignull; Lessons from the Prairie by Melissa Francis; and Keep Moving by Dick Van Dyke
Weldon Owen Publishing
A publisher of illustrated books with major brands like Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Saveur, and Williams-Sonoma. A division of Bonnier AB, the Swedish media company, Weldon Owen is distributed to the trade by Simon & Schuster.
In business for over 40 years, this publisher focuses on inspirational books.
Wiley is a global provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services that improve outcomes in areas of research, professional practice, and education.
Workman Publishing Co.
Booths 1729, 1829
Founded in 1968, Workman is an independent publisher of adult and juvenile trade books, as well as the original Page-a-Day calendars.
This inspirational publisher in Nashville consists of five divisions: Worthy Books, Worthy Latino, WorthyKids, Ellie Claire, and Worthy Inspired.
This self-publisher of Christian books releases titles in various categories, including children’s books, fiction, and Bible study.
Yale Univ. Press
Yale is one of the largest American university presses, dedicated to publishing across a wide range of disciplines.
Featured titles: Play All: A Bingewatcher’s Notebook by Clive James; Pax Romana: War, Peace, and Conquest in the Roman World by Adrian Goldsworthy; and Alexander McQueen: Unseen by Robert Fairer.
This article has been updated with additional listings.