Above the Treeline
Through Edelweiss, its online catalogue and digital galley platform, Above the Treeline enables publishers to share their titles with 70,000 book industry professionals, including reviewers, booksellers, buyers, and librarians.
Abrams focuses on illustrated books in the areas of art, photography, cooking, and interior design. The company also publishes Jeff Kinney’s bestselling children’s series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Action Lab Entertainment
Founded in 2010, this company publishes books for all ages, including series by Jeremy Whitley (Princeless), Jamal Igle (Molly Danger), and Gayle Middleton (Vamplet); books for mature readers are released under the Action Lab Danger Zone imprint.
This Brooklyn, N.Y., independent publisher is featuring books and catalogues, and hosting in-booth author signings.
Featured titles: City Mouse by Stacey Lender; Broken Circle by J.L. Powers and M.A. Powers; and An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon.
Albert Whitman & Co.
Founded in 1919, this publisher releases picture books, novels, and nonfiction for children and teens, and is best known for its Gertrude Chandler Warner’s classic the Boxcar Children Mysteries series.
Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Publisher of trade hardcover and paperback fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as calendars. Algonquin Paperbacks issues Algonquin Round Table Editions with special features for reading groups; Algonquin Young Readers offers titles for middle-grade and YA readers.
Booths 383, 482
This publishing arm of AMA issues practical works in business and other nonfiction areas, including health and fitness, science and technology, popular psychology, parenting, and education.
American Academy of Pediatrics
This pediatric publisher’s list includes clinical and practice management titles and books for parents.
Featured titles: Baby and Toddler Basics, NICU Journal, and El primer año de su bebé (a Spanish edition of Your Baby’s First Year).
American Collective Stand
This collective represents U.S. publishers working together to maximize their presence at American and international trade fairs, including 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 and Exhibition is scheduled for June 22–27, in Chicago.
American Psychological Association
This publisher releases behavioral and social sciences titles under the imprints APA Books and Magination Press.
Magination featured titles: A World of Pausabilities by Frank Sileo; Grow Happy by Jon Lasser and Sage Foster Lasser; and When You Look Out the Window by Gale E. Pitman.
APG Sales & Distribution
APG is a full-service distributor representing independent publishers.
This publisher of illustrated books on cooking, design, and pop culture works with authors to bring their ideas into print.
Association of American Publishers
The national trade association represents 300 premier publishers of high-quality entertainment, education, scientific, and professional content. The AAP advocates on behalf of industry priorities on policy, legislative, and regulatory issues regionally, nationally, and worldwide.
Founded in 1912 as the Authors League of America, this organization advocates for writers’ interests in effective copyright protection, fair contracts, and free expression, and provides legal assistance and web services to its members.
An imprint of LifeWay Resources, this nonprofit publisher focuses on Bible-centered content.
Baker & Taylor
Booths 502, 503
Owned by Follett, Baker & Taylor is a worldwide distributor of books, digital content, and entertainment products, delivering releases from 25,000 suppliers to more than 20,000 customers in 120 countries.
This company provides Christian resources in the areas of fiction, self-help, inspiration, professional books for pastors and counselors, Christian living, and academic titles.
Barrons Educational Series
Booths 1538, 1539
Featured titles: Dear Dinosaur by Chae Strathie, illus. by Nicola O’Byrne; Color Quest Cityscapes by John Woodcock; and 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die, edited by Steven Jay Schneider and Ian Haydn Smith.
Since its founding in 1952, Basic Books has shaped public debate by publishing award-winning books in history, science, sociology, psychology, politics, and current affairs.
Featured titles: What It’s Like to Be a Dog by Gregory Berns; and The Second World Wars by Victor Davis Hanson.
Bibliotheca & 3M
The CloudLibrary by Bibliotheca is an easy-to-use digital lending system for libraries.
Blackstone offers a catalogue of more than 10,000 audiobook titles with more than 100 new titles added each month. In addition to audiobooks, Blackstone has expanded into publishing print and e-book editions of new fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as reviving classics.
Featured titles: House of Night Other World, Book 1: Loved by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast; The Hell Divers II: Ghosts by Nicholas Sansbury Smith; and False Flag: A Novel by John Altman.
The divisions of this publishing house, established in 1986, include Bloomsbury Academic and Professional, Bloomsbury Content Services, Bloomsbury Adult Publishing, and Bloomsbury Children’s Publishing.
Featured titles: The Bedlam Stacks by Natasha Pulley; All the Dirty Parts by Daniel Handler; and Going into Town by Roz Chast.
Bologna Children’s Book Fair
This leading event in the rights business of children’s publishing is expanding to encompass content creation: licensing, illustration, digital publishing, and audiovisual. The fair’s Illustrators Exhibition provides an international overview of innovative trends in illustration.
Bonnier Publishing USA publishes both children’s and adult books, with imprints including little bee books, Sizzle Press, Weldon Owen, Blue Streak, and Igloo Books.
Booths 100A, 100B, 100C, 100D, 100E, 100F
Book Industry Study Group
With 200 members representing a broad spectrum of the publishing industry, BISG is a book trade association with initiatives including research, education, and events aimed at facilitating solutions to common problems and advancing new ideas.
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.
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.
Booth Lobby 1
C-Span 2 features Book TV, a weekend of book programming encompassing a variety of nonfiction topics, including history, biography, politics, current events, and the media.
In business for more than 80 years, Bookazine is a full-service wholesaler of books, magazines, and remainders.
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.
Founded in 2005, this publisher specializes in comic books and graphic novels.
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.
The trade book division of the family media company Highlights for Children.
Publisher of nonfiction works by L. Ron Hubbard, including Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.
This company publishes biographies, books on Christian living, fiction, devotionals, and The Passion Translation of the Bible, as well as journals and planners released under the Belle City Gifts imprint.
This provider of books on quilting and sewing releases titles under two imprints: FunStitch Studio and Stash Books.
Featured titles: Modern Quilt Magic by Victoria Findlay Wolfe; Quilt As You Go Made Vintage by Jera Brandvi; and Free-Motion Meandering by Angela Walters.
Booths 377, 476
This publisher provides learning and research solutions; profits are used to further the mission of Cambridge University.
Campfire Graphic Novels
Based in New Delhi, India, this publisher of graphic novels specializes in adaptations of classics, mythology, biography, as well as original work.
Featured titles: Buddha: An Enlightened Life by Kieron Moore; The Industrial Revolution by Lewis Helfand; and The Beautiful Game: Survival by Jason Quinn.
This independent publisher releases books for children of all ages.
Featured titles: The Wonderling by Mira Bartók; My Brigadista Year by Katherine Paterson; and Landscape with Invisible Hand by M.T. Anderson.
For more than two decades, Capstone has published children’s books aimed at inspiring learning experiences.
Featured titles: A Different Pond by Bao Phi, illus. by Thi Bui; Be a Star, Wonder Woman! by Michael Dahl, illus. by Omar Lozano; and Sucktown, Alaska by Craig Dirkes.
Catapult publishes American and international fiction and narrative nonfiction. Counterpoint publishes fiction, literature, and poetry in addition to nonfiction. Soft Skull publishes contemporary fiction, as well as graphic novels and nonfiction.
Catapult featured title: Montpelier Parade by Karl Geary.
Counterpoint Press featured title: The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore: A Story of American Rage by Jared Yates Sexton.
Soft Skull Press featured title: Caca Dolce: Essays from a Lowbrow Life by Chelsea Martin.
This publisher of fiction and nonfiction picture books and middle-grade titles also issues nonfiction for adults under its Imagine! Imprint, and is launching a new YA imprint, Charlesbridge Teen, this fall.
Featured titles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: The Album, the Beatles, and the World in 1967 by Brian Southall; Select by Marit Weisenberg; and Baby Loves Quantum Physics! by Ruth Spiro.
This independent publisher releases approximately 60 titles annually under six imprints: Chicago Review Press, Lawrence Hill Books, Ball Publishing, Zephyr Press, Academy Chicago, and Parenting Press.
China National Publications Import & Export
This group spearheads the Beijing International Book Fair, which features more than 2,000 publishers from 60 countries.
China Universal Press & Publications
Booths 1942, 1944, 1946, 1948, 1950
CUPP organizes Chinese publishers to participate in BookExpo and serves as liaison between China and foreign publishing companies.
Booths 1902, 1903
This San Francisco–based publisher specializes in books and gift products in the areas of design, food, lifestyle, and pop culture, as well as children’s titles.
Featured titles: 200 Women, edited by Ruth Hobday, Geoff Blackwell, Sharon Gelman, and Marianne Lassandro; Say Zoop! by Hervé Tullet; and Her Right Foot by Dave Eggers.
An independent publisher of cookbooks, wine and spirits projects, parodies, and classic children’s books.
City Lights Publishers
Founded in 1955 by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, City Lights publishes poetry, innovative fiction, literature in translation, illustrated books, journalism, history, and political theory.
Featured titles: Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz; Venture of the Infinite Man by Pablo Neruda; and The Stone Building and Other Stories by Asli Erdogan.
Clavis offers books for children from birth to age 18, encompassing picture books, fiction, and nonfiction.
Featured titles: This Way to Christmas by Anita Bijsterbosch; Benji and the 24-Pound Banana Squash by Alan C. Fox; and This Is a Book Full of Monsters by Guido van Genechten.
This publisher of trade, scholarly, and reference books also issues e-books and online publications.
Combined Book Exhibit
Booths 1738, 1745
Since 1933 an organizer of book, periodical, and multimedia exhibits at major library, education, and trade conferences in the U.S., CBE is also co-organizer of the U.S.A. Pavilion at the Bologna, London, Beijing, Frankfurt, Guadalajara, and Sharjah Book Fairs.
Established in 1869 as the first American university press, the press embodies and advances the university’s core values by disseminating fundamental and practical knowledge.
Featured titles: Cornell ’77 by Peter Conners; And the Sparrow Fell by Robert Mrazek; and Heading Out by Terence Young.
Established in 2014, this independent publisher specializes in board books for infants and toddlers.
Featured titles: Will You Be My Sunshine by Julia Lobo; Babies in the Forest: Lift-a-Flap by Ginger Swift; and Moo: Peek-a-Flap by Jaye Garnett.
A division of Penguin Random House.
Featured titles: Bonfire by Krysten Ritter; American Wolf by Nate Blakeslee; and Coming to My Senses by Alice Waters.
Cuban Book Institute
The institution for publishing, marketing, and promotion of books in Cuba.
This family-owned publisher features the QED Press and Lost Coast Press imprints; the company also packages and markets selected titles for independent presses, authors, and nonprofit organizations.
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.
Featured titles: Island of the Blue Foxes by Stephen R. Bown; Playing Hurt by John Saunders; and No Is a Four-Letter Word by Chris Jericho.
Diamond Book Distributors
Booths 2606, 2607
This company distributes graphic novels and other pop culture merchandise globally to bookstores, libraries, schools, online retailers, mass merchants, and others.
Disney Publishing Worldwide
This publisher of children’s books, magazines, and apps creates and publishes material both vertically in-house and through an extensive worldwide licensing structure.
A division of Penguin Random House, DK publishes an array of lavishly illustrated books; lines include the Eyewitness series for children, Eyewitness Travel Guides, Prima Games, Alpha Books, and Rough Guides.
This publisher specializes in copiously illustrated books, including novelty children’s titles featuring interactive and plush elements.
Featured titles: Nibbles the Book Monster by Emma Yarlett; Love You Hoo by Rachel Bright; and the Star of Deltora series by Emily Rodda.
Wm. B. Eerdmans
An independent publisher of religious books, from academic books and reference works in theology, biblical studies, and religious history to popular titles in spirituality, social and cultural criticism, and literature.
Specializing in information products, this company provides web-based and digital solutions, and publishes more than 2,500 journals and more than 33,000 book titles.
This independent publisher of romantic fiction in both the adult and young adult markets releases 20 to 35 titles per month in digital-first format, and four titles each month in simultaneous print and e-formats.
Launched in 2009 and distributed by Workman, this independent publisher focuses on a range of subjects, including food and cooking, health and fitness, psychology and personal development, parenting, relationships, personal finance, popular science, and nature and biography.
Featured titles: Demagoguery and Democracy by Patricia Roberts-Miller; Dot Journaling—A Practical Guide by Rachel Wilkerson Miller; and A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived by Adam Rutherford.
F + W Media
F + W Media’s goal is to provide quality content in a wide variety of formats—print, digital, video—and to offer community, content, and connectivity to focused markets.
Dedicated to providing software and services, this company offers hosted and installed technologies that serve all segments of the publishing community.
This publisher is exhibiting fall 2017 titles from Firefly Books and Robert Rose.
Featured titles: Rover: Wagmore Edition by Andrew Grant; Vogue: The Gown by Jo Ellison; and Hubble’s Universe: Updated and Expanded 2nd Edition by Terence Dickinson.
Flame Tree/Miles Kelly
This independent U.K. publisher produces books and calendars for the international market; key subjects include fine art, music, popular culture, and reference.
This press publishes the Empire State Editions (ESE) imprint featuring books that explore New York state, city, and region, and also releases titles in such areas as communications, cultural studies, history, LGBTQ studies, philosophy, political theory, and religion.
Featured titles: A Worldly Affair: New York, the United Nations, and the Story Behind Their Unlikely Bond by Pamela Hanlon; Left Bank of the Hudson: Jersey City and the Artists of 111 1st Street by David J. Goodwin, foreword by D. W. Gibson; and A Shot Story: From Juvie to Ph.D. by David Borkowski.
Foreword Reviews and Indie Press Collective
Spotlighting titles from university presses and independent publishers, the Indie Press Collective features a selection of independently published titles organized by genre.
Publisher of the Design Originals Coloring Books, as well as illustrated nonfiction titles on craft, hobby, lifestyle, gardening, and DIY subjects. Imprints include Design Originals, IMM Lifestyle Books, Creative Homeowner, and Companion House Books.
This publisher of Stories from the Golden Age, a line of 80 books by L. Ron Hubbard, as well of Writers of the Future, an annual sci-fi and fantasy anthology introducing new authors, is re-releasing Hubbard’s Battlefield Earth with new content.
An independent publisher of New England regional interest titles.
Spanning regional and national subjects, this publisher specializes in illustrated books on travel, cooking, and photography, as well as children’s books.
Featured titles: pH: A Novel by Nancy Lord; Life with Forty Dogs by Joseph Robertia; and Close Enough for the Angels by Paul Madonna.
This independent press is dedicated to publishing diverse voices in contemporary American and international literature.
Featured titles: Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado; Don’t Call Us Dead by Danez Smith; and Bunk by Kevin Young.
Booths 2502, 2503, 374
A U.S. trade publisher and a division of the third largest trade and educational book publisher in the world, Hachette Livre.
Grand Central Publishing featured titles: This Is Basic Sh*t by Kenya Barris; Sisters First by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush; and Al Franken, Giant of the Senate by Al Franken.
Hachette Books and Black Dog & Leventhal featured titles: Blue Ocean Shift by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne; Reactions by Theodore Gray; and Code Girls by Liza Mundy.
Hal Leonard Performing Arts
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.
The list of this independent Australian publisher features books on food, wine, sports, history, true crime, humor, popular culture, and social issues.
Booths 183, 2921, 2927
The books for women released by Harlequin, a division of HarperCollins, are published in 34 languages and sold in 102 international markets.
Featured titles: Something Like Happy by Eva Woods; The Black Painting by Neil Olson; and Lie to Me by J.T. Ellison.
Booths 2829, 2833
A subsidiary of News Corp., HarperCollins publishes approximately 10,000 new books annually in 17 languages, and has a catalogue of more than 200,000 titles.
Featured titles: The Child Finder by Rene Denfield (Harper); The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn (Morrow); Wonder Valley by Ivy Pochoda (Ecco); Good Booty by Ann Powers (Dey Street); Odd Child Out by Gilly Macmillan (Morrow); The Boat Runner by Devin Murphy (HarperPerennial); A Mind at Home with Itself by Byron Katie (HarperOne); and Give Me the Child by Mel McGrath (Harper360).
Featured titles from HarperCollins Children’s Books: Timeless: Diego and the Rangers of the Vastlantic by Armand Baltazar; They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera; and Runny Babbit Returns by Shel Silverstein.
This publisher encompasses the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan publishing groups, as well as Olive Tree Bible Software. The company releases Bibles, inspirational books, academic resources, and audio and digital content for the Christian market.
With “scholarship plus” as its motto, this press is committed to publishing books that matter.
Established in 1974, this publisher of Christian literature releases 150-plus books annually.
This multimedia company produces books and digital products for children.
This digital service provides movies, music albums, audiobooks, and other products to the public library market.
This publisher of comics and graphic novels encompasses science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, and humor.
Independent Book Publishers Association
Booths 2839, 2938
This organization’s mission is to lead and serve the independent publishing community through advocacy, education, and tools for success.
Independent Publishers Group
Booths 1702, 1703, 1803
IPG offers distribution services and marketing support for publishers’ frontlist and backlist titles.
This academic publisher, founded in 1950, specializes in the humanities and social sciences.
Featured titles: Straight Bourbon: Distilling the Industry’s Heritage by Carol Peachee; Earth Eats: Real Food, Green Living by Annie Corrigan; and Hauntings of the Underground Railroad: Ghosts of the Midwest by Jane Simon Ammeson.
Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.
Publisher of esoteric, occult, and spirituality books, as well as New Age and self-transformation titles; the company’s Healing Arts Press imprint publishes titles on complementary and holistic health.
Featured titles: Into the Mystic: The Visionary and Ecstatic Roots of 1960s Rock and Roll by Christopher Hill; The Intelligence of the Cosmos: Why Are We Here? New Answers from the Frontiers of Science by Ervin Laszlo, foreword by Jane Goodall, afterword by James O’Dea; and Total Life Cleanse: A 28-Day Program to Detoxify and Nourish the Body, Mind, and Soul by Jonathan Glass.
This company delivers digital media assets to retailers worldwide, as well as strategic publishing and marketing solutions to publishers of all sizes.
The press publishes illustrated books in the areas of pop culture, photography, music, and children’s titles.
Featured titles: The Walking Dead Cookbook by Lauren Wilson; Die Hard Christmas by Doogie Horner; and Into Africa by Frans Lanting.
This Christian publisher focuses on titles in the categories of religion, religious studies, cultural studies, biblical reference and commentary, self-help/recovery, and literary critique.
Italian Trade Agency—Chicago Office
The Italian governmental organization promotes the internationalization of Italian companies, providing information, support, and advice to Italian and foreign companies.
Johns Hopkins Univ.
This press combines traditional book and journal publishing units with service divisions that sustain diversity and independence among nonprofit scholarly publishers, societies, and associations.
Kar-Ben publishes Jewish-themed children’s books about holidays, folktales, history, and other subjects reflecting the diversity of the Jewish community.
This independent publisher’s list includes trade paperback, mass market, and digital releases.
Featured titles: The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances; The Life She Was Given by Ellen Marie Wiseman; and I, Eliza Hamilton by Susan Holloway Scott.
This software provider offers publishers an integrated standard enterprise software system; the company’s new STREAM applications allow for user interaction across computers and portable devices.
Kumon Publishing North America
Kumon Publishing creates workbooks that teach kids ages 2–14 verbal, math, and academic skills, and are based on the Kumon Method, a learning system that introduces educational concepts in a step-by-step approach.
This company creates books and gift and stationery items featuring such themes as design, fashion, art, architecture, film, and photography.
Booths 302, 303
Founded in 1959, this independent publisher issues children’s and YA fiction and nonfiction titles under 14 imprints, including Carolrhoda Books, Carolrhoda Lab, Millbrook Press, Graphic Universe, Darby Creek, and Lerner Publisher Services.
Featured titles: Auma’s Long Run by Eucabeth Odhiambo (Carolrhoda); Dazzle Ships: World War I and the Art of Confusion by Chris Barton, illus. by Victo Ngai (Millbrook); and Truthers by Geoffrey Girard (Twenty-First Century).
Founded in 1993, LID works with business authors and organizations to help them develop content to promote their brand, message, and expertise, and publishes approximately 120 new titles each year in various languages.
This publisher’s books for babies and children up to age 12 are designed to entertain, inspire, and educate.
Founded in 1837, Little, Brown is now an imprint of the Hachette Book Group.
Little, Brown featured titles: The World of Tomorrow by Brendan Mathews; Heather, the Totality by Matthew Weiner; and The Reminders by Val Emmich.
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers featured titles: Invictus by Ryan Graudin; The Cruel Prince by Holly Black; The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris; Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend; and The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell.
London Book Fair
A global marketplace for rights negotiations and the sales and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film, and digital channels.
London Review of Books
Since 1979, the London Review of Books has published long reviews and essays by academics, authors, and journalists, as well as shorter art and film reviews.
Founded in 1973, Lonely Planet is a leading travel content provider, offering guidebooks, a website, and mobile and digital travel products.
Featured titles: Dinosaur Atlas by Anne Rooney and James Gilleard (Lonely Planet Kids); Epic Drives of the World by Lonely Planet; and The Cities Book by Lonely Planet.
Booths 3008, 3009
This group of publishing companies releases a broad range of fiction and nonfiction books for adults and young readers.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux featured titles: Sourdough by Robin Sloan; Unstoppable by Maria Sharapova; and The Ninth Hour: A Novel by Alice McDermott.
Tor Books featured titles: Autonomous by Annalee Newitz; American Drifter by Heather Graham and Chad Michael Murray; and Love Songs & Other Lies by Jessica Pennington.
Committed to publishing books that defend, refute, and create fresh interpretations of the world, MQUP has more than 3,000 titles in print.
Media Services Group
The services offered by this developer of the publishing systems Elan Book and the Cat’s Pajamas include e-commerce/digital strategy, product lifecycle management, rights and royalties, CRM, inventory and warehouse, and order fulfillment.
Michelin Travel Publications
Publisher of international travel guides, maps, and atlases.
A product and services provider to public libraries for three decades, Midwest Tape launched Hoopla digital in North America in 2013; its publishing arm, Dreamscape Media, licenses and produces audiobooks and children’s videos.
With 500 titles available, this publisher of children’s encyclopedias, storybooks, classic fiction, and activity books is one of Discovery Channel’s publishing partners.
Publisher of board books and picture books by an international array of authors and illustrators.
An imprint of St. Martin’s Press.
Featured titles: Glass Houses by Louise Penny; Sleep Like a Baby by Charlaine Harris; and The Saboteur by Andrew Gross.
Publishes journals and electronic media in such areas as art, architecture, cognitive science, computer science, economics, finance, environmental studies, humanities, linguistics, neuroscience, and philosophy.
This ministry of Moody Global Ministries provides solid biblical content that encourages readers across the globe, cultures, and generations to take the next step forward in spiritual development and maturity.
National Book Network
Booths 402, 403
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 Partners
A joint venture of the National Geographic Society and 21st Century Fox.
The book-publishing arm of the U.S. Naval Institute, this press publishes about 90 titles annually in the genres of military history, strategy, fiction, espionage and intelligence; biographies and memoirs; current affairs; political science; and ship design.
The company delivers secure digital galleys to professional readers on behalf of over 300 publishers worldwide, to help promote and market new books. More than 360,000 early influencers use NetGalley to discover new books.
A publisher focused on works from the former East Bloc.
Featured titles: The Solace of Trees: A Novel by Robert Madrygin; A Short Border Handbook: A Journey Through the Immigrant’s Labyrinth by Gazmend Kapllani; and Eastern Europe!: 2nd Edition by Tomek Jankowski.
Booths 1724, 487
Since 1973, New Harbinger Publications has published psychology, self-help, mind-body, spirituality, and health books for both professionals and general readers.
New York Review of Books
With a worldwide circulation of over 135,000, the New York Review of Books has established itself as a premier English-language literary magazine.
New York Univ.
Booths 387, 486
This press’s list spans a broad range of subjects, among them sociology, law, cultural and American studies, religion, American history, anthropology, politics, criminology, media and communication, literary studies, and psychology.
This Canadian publisher produces more than 30 new titles a year in the areas of children’s picture books and fiction, literary nonfiction, social and cultural history, nature photography, current events, biography, sports, and cultural issues.
Featured titles: The Sea Was in Their Blood: The Devastating Loss of the Miss Ally’s Five-Man Crew by Quentin Casey; Pantry and Palate: Remembering and Rediscovering Acadian Food by Simon Thibault, photos by Noah Fecks; and The Land Beyond the Wall: An Immigration Story by Veronika Martenova Charles.
This publisher of picture books from international authors and illustrators is best known for the Rainbow Fish series by Marcus Pfister.
Booths 1620, 1621
Established in 1923, this independent publisher releases books in the fields of adult trade fiction and nonfiction, professional psychology, art and architecture, philosophy, music, and psychology.
Featured titles: The Burning Girl: A Novel by Claire Messud; The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve by Stephen Greenblatt; and From Here to Eternity: Traveling the World to Find the Good Death by Caitlin Doughty.
Orbit is a leading publisher of science fiction and fantasy, with imprints in the U.K., U.S., and Australia.
Featured titles: A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan; The Walls by Hollie Overton; and Jade City by Fonda Lee.
This independently owned Canadian children’s book publisher has 730+ titles in print and releases more than 65 new titles a year in a variety of genres.
Publisher of novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from America and around the world.
Booths 310, 311
OverDrive’s global catalogue of e-books and audiobooks reaches tens of thousands of libraries, schools, and retailers, who serve millions of patrons and customers.
An independent general-interest publisher, founded in 1971.
Featured titles: Paris in the Present Tense by Mark Helprin; The Illustrated History of the World by Mark Booth; and David Bowie Made Me Gay: 100 Years of LGBT Music by Darryl W. Bullock.
Booths 2408, 2409
This company creates and distributes products published in more than 25 languages and in over 35 global markets, and has partnered with such brands as Disney, Peppa Pig, PJ Masks, DiscoveryKids, and Nickelodeon.
An independent publisher specializing in children’s books, from board books and picture books to YA fiction and nonfiction, Peachtree also maintain a line of adult backlist titles in a variety of genres.
Featured titles: Miguel’s Brave Knight: Young Miguel de Cervantes and His Dream of Don Quixote by Margarita Engle, illus. by Raúl Colón; Rapunzel by Bethan Woollvin; and Fault Lines in the Constitution by Cynthia and Sanford Levinson.
Penguin Random House
Booths 1921, 2021
Penguin Random House comprises the adult and children’s fiction and nonfiction print and digital trade book publishing businesses of Penguin and Random House in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and India.
Penguin Random House Canada
This publisher’s 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.
Penn State Univ.
A publisher of books and journals for academics, professionals, and the general reader, this press’s offerings include books on medicine, art and architectural history, literature, and history.
Featured titles: Annie Leibovitz: Portraits 2005–2016 by Annie Leibovitz; America: The Cookbook by Gabrielle Langholtz; and Book of Bones by Gabrielle Balkan, illus. by Sam Brewster.
Booths 3008, 3009
A Macmillan imprint.
Featured titles: Grist Mill Road by Christopher J. Yates; and The Emoji Code by Vyvyan Evans.
Princeton Architectural Press
A leader in architecture and design publishing, this press focuses on books on art and photography, landscape, architecture, graphic design, and visual and popular culture.
Exhibiting upcoming titles.
Featured titles: The House of Government: A Saga of the Russian Revolution by Yuri Slezkine; The Diversity Bonus: How Great Teams Pay Off in the Knowledge Economy by Scott E. Page; Straight Talk on Trade: How We Undervalue Sovereignty and Endanger Both Democracy and the World Economy by Dani Rodrik; and Big Pacific by Rebecca Tansley.
Booths 1646, 1647
The company specializes in adult trade, promotional, and juvenile books.
This independent publisher’s list includes books on popular science, history, biography, social sciences, religion, atheism, psychology, current events, politics, and health. Its imprints include Seventh Street Books and Pyr.
An imprint of Perseus Books, a Hachette Book Group company.
Featured titles: Crash Override by Zoe Quinn; Pale Rider by Laura Spinney; and I’m Dying Up Here by William Knoedelseder.
PW is the international magazine for book publishing and bookselling. The weekly print magazine includes reviews, news, analysis, and features. PW Daily is a daily email newsletter that covers groundbreaking news events, while the publishersweekly.com website covers a plethora of information on all aspects of the industry.
The PubMatch database enables those in the foreign rights field to warehouse title and rights information, create marketing collateral, and network with other rights professionals on the PubMatch Network.
Pushkin Press was founded in 1997 and publishes novels, essays, memoirs, and children’s books.
Featured titles: Browse: The World in Bookshops by Henry Hitchings; Record of a Night Too Brief by Hiromi Kawakami; and Whispers Through a Megaphone by Rachel Elliott.
This company specializes in illustrated nonfiction in the areas of food and drink, health and beauty, pregnancy and childcare, interiors, crafts, gardening, and gift books.
Booths 2207, 2307
Quarto has several imprints, with a focus on 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.
Booths 2602, 481
Quirk Books publishes 25 books per year for adults and young readers, including Ransom Riggs’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and its sequels; and Seth Grahame-Smith’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Offers an assortment of printed atlases for home, car, and truck; inspirational travel books; wall maps; and travel activity and reference books for children.
Random House Children’s Books
A division of Penguin Random House.
Booths 381, 480
This provider of digital products and services for libraries offers OneClickdigital, multiaccess downloadable audiobooks and e-audio and e-book content from multiple publishers; and RBdigital, which includes online educational and entertainment services.
Red Wheel Weiser
Under its Weiser Books, Conari Press, and Disinformation imprints, this company publishes books ranging from New Age and ancient civilizations to self-help and wellness. Distribution clients include Hampton Roads, Hierophant Publishing, the Witches’ Almanac, NHI, For Beginners, Atlantis Rising, and Quest Books.
Featured titles: Swimming with Elephants: My Unexpected Pilgrimage from Physician to Healer by Sarah Bamford Seidelmann; Awaken Your Inner Fire: Ignite Your Passion, Find Your Purpose, and Create the Life That You Love by HeatherAsh Amara; and The Dalai Lama’s Little Book of Mysticism: The Essential Teachings by Renuka Singh and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
This company, owner of the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! trademark, produces books, TV shows, tourist attractions, merchandise, a motion picture, and a syndicated daily newspaper cartoon.
The press has been publishing health titles for more than 75 years.
Rodale featured titles: Everything All at Once by Bill Nye; T is for Transformation by Shaun T; and Rise Up by Xiuhtezcatl Martinez.
Rodale Kids featured titles: Breathe Like a Bear by Kira Willey, illus. by Anni Betts; Team Taekwondo by Master Taekwon Lee and Jeffrey Nodelman, illus. by Ethen Beavers; and King of Too Many Things by Laurel Snyder, illus. by Aurore Damant.
Rowman & Littlefield/Taylor Trade
This independent publisher and distributor provides books under a dozen imprints in various fields in the humanities and social sciences, releasing more than 1,500 academic, reference, professional, and general interest titles annually.
Featured titles: Life Is Like a Musical by Tim Federle; Caleb and Kit by Beth Vrabel; and Someone Else’s Summer by Rachel Bateman.
Ryland Peters & Small
This company releases books on interior design, cooking, New Age topics, gardening, crafts, weddings, and mind/body/spirit, as well as a line of stationery.
Established in 1974, this family-owned publisher offers books on subjects that include antiques and decorative arts, architecture and design, art, crafts, fashion, food and entertaining, mind/body/spirit, and pop culture.
Booths 1638, 1639
This children’s publisher and distributor provides instructional materials and classroom resources, including books and e-books, print and digital classroom magazines and instructional programs, and book clubs and book fairs.
Featured titles: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The Illustrated Edition by J.K. Rowling, illus. by Jim Kay (Scholastic/Levine); All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater (Scholastic Press); and Mary McScary by R.L. Stine, illus. by Marc Brown (Scholastic Press).
Sellers publishes trade and gift books, calendars, and greeting cards.
Publishes titles for children, young adults, and adults, including Brandon Mull’s Fablehaven series and its sequel series, Dragonwatch; the A Proper Romance series; and the Six Sisters’ Stuff cookbooks.
Featured titles: Lies Jane Austen Told Me by Julie Wright (A Proper Romance Contemporary series); Supreme Power: 7 Pivotal Supreme Court Decisions That Had a Major Impact on America by Ted Stewart; and Celebrate Every Season with Six Sisters’ Stuff : 150+ Recipes, Traditions, and Fun Ideas for Each Month of the Year by Six Sisters’ Stuff.
Sharjah Book Authority
This organization spearheads such book events as the Sharjah International Book Fair, Sharjah Children Reading Festival, and Sharjah Publishing City.
Simon & Schuster
Booths 1420, 1421, 174, 176, 178, 75, 77, 79, Lobby 4
Simon & Schuster, a part of CBS Corporation, provides fiction and nonfiction for consumers 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: Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka; Mrs. Fletcher by Tom Perrotta; and Lightning Men by Thomas Mullen.
S&S Books for Young Readers featured titles: Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed (Simon Pulse); The Glass Town Game by Catherynne M. Valente (S&S/McElderry); and Zero Repeat Forever by G.S. Prendergast (S&S Books for Young Readers).
Sleeping Bear Press is dedicated to producing books that will spark children’s interest and encourage them to be lifelong readers.
Featured titles: Good Night, Reindeer and Willow and the Wedding, both by Denise Brennan-Nelson; and Around the World Right Now by Gina Cascone and Byrony Williams Sheppard.
Booths 3008, 3009
A division of Macmillan.
Featured titles: Year One by Nora Roberts; Discipline Equals Freedom by Jocko Willink; and The Breakdown by B.A. Paris.
Small Press United
A division of IPG, SPU is a book distribution service created to meet the needs of small and startup publishers.
Smithsonian Books publishes a select list of trade nonfiction and illustrated books in the areas of history, science and technology, space and aviation, military, and art, as well as works based on the museums’ collections and artifacts.
Established in 1986, this independent publisher consists of three imprints: Soho Press, dedicated to literary fiction and nonfiction; Soho Crime, focusing on crime fiction in translation or set abroad; and Soho Teen, which releases YA fiction.
Featured titles: Solar Bones by Mike McCormack; The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey; and Love, Hate and Other Filters by Samira Ahmed.
Sounds True Publishing
Dedicated to inspiring personal and spiritual growth, this publisher releases books and audio programs on such topics as meditation, yoga, health, neuroscience, and psychology.
This independent publisher releases books in a variety of genres, including fiction, romance, children’s titles, and YA fiction.
Featured titles: Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp; End of the World Running Club by Adrian J. Walker; and the Baby University series by Chris Ferrie.
South Dakota State Historical Society
Established in 1997, this press is committed to producing books reflecting the rich and varied history of South Dakota and the region.
Featured titles: Pioneer Girl Perspectives: Exploring Laura Ingalls Wilder, edited by Nancy Tystad Koupal; Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography by Laura Ingalls Wilder; and Paul Goble, Storyteller by Gregory Bryan.
Publishes 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.
Distributed by Random House, this publisher releases books under the following imprints: Steerforth (general interest fiction and narrative nonfiction); Campfire (graphic novels for tweens and teens); New Europe Books (works from and about Eastern Europe); Archipelago (classic and contemporary world literature); and For Beginners (documentary comic books).
Featured titles: Minik: The New York Eskimo by Kenn Harper; and “I Heard You Paint Houses”: Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran and Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa, Updated Edition by Charles Brandt.
With more than 5,000 titles in print and 60 years in business, Sterling publishes books under a variety of imprints.
Featured titles: Eat Smart by Niomi Smart; Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling; and Bodyism by James Duigan.
Storey Publishing’s books, distributed to the trade by Workman, focus on gardening, cooking, building, nature, horsemanship, animal husbandry, crafts, and home reference.
Booth 276, 278
Based in Connecticut, this independent audiobook publisher produces more than 100 new titles every month.
The publisher strives to share the wonders of the natural world by publishing books from experts in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history.
Time Inc. Books
Booths 2402, 2403
The book publishing arm of Time Inc. creates editorial content for 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 such as Animal Planet, Ball Home Canning, Discovery, and the Mayo Clinic.
Featured titles: Valerie’s Home Cooking by Valerie Bertinelli; Stock the Crock by Phyllis Good; and What Can I Bring? by Elizabeth Heiskell.
Through IPG, Trafalgar Square Publishing is the leading U.S. distributor for British and Australian publishers, including Allen & Unwin, Ammonite Press, Bonnier Zaffre, Collins UK, Egmont, Legend Press, Michael O’Mara, Orenda Books, Pavilion, and Penguin Random House UK.
This sports book publisher issues biographies, memoirs, reference books, and “instant” collectible keepsakes celebrating championship sporting events.
Trusted Media Brands
The parent company for Reader’s Digest Trade Publishing and Studio Fun International.
Tuttle, a member of the Periplus Publishing Group, produces books on cooking, interior design and architecture, martial arts, travel, language, literature, gardening, and crafts.
This Christian publisher of fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, Bibles, and digital media also distributes the product lines of Navpress and Focus on the Family.
Univ. of Chicago
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 provides digital asset management through BiblioVault.
Univ. of Hawaii
Publisher of books on Hawaii, Asia, and the Pacific.
Univ. of Illinois
This press’s offerings include The Chicago Food Encyclopedia; American Oligarchy: The Permanent Political Class by Ron Formisano; The Revolt of the Black Athlete by Harry Edwards (50th anniversary edition); Curious Encounters with the Natural World by Michael Jeffords and Susan Post; and Peggy Seeger: A Life of Music, Love, and Politics by Jean R. Freedman.
Univ. of Minnesota
Publisher of trade and scholarly titles in cultural studies, film and media, art and architecture, African American and Native American culture, lesbian/gay studies, and regional interest.
Univ. of Nebraska
Founded in 1941, this scholarly and general interest press publishes 180+ new and reprint titles annually under its Nebraska, Bison Books, the Jewish Publication Society, and Potomac Books imprints.
Featured titles: Urban Shocker by Steve Steinberg; One Nation Under Baseball by John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro; and Vice Capades by Mark Stein
Univ. of Pennsylvania
Publisher of trade and scholarly books in the social sciences and humanities.
Univ. of Toronto
Founded in 1901, UTP publishes approximately 200 new scholarly, course, reference, and general-interest books each year, and maintains a backlist of more than 3,500 titles.
Univ. Press of New England
UPNE is supported by a consortium of schools, including Brandeis University and Dartmouth College. Its publishing program focuses on history, politics, music, art, true crime, nature, sustainability, and sports.
This collective of individual stands representing all segments of the U.S. publishing industry, book trade, and electronic sectors is organized by American Collective Stand/Combined Book Exhibit and attends major book fairs worldwide.
Publishes popular reference, including the Handy Answer Book Series.
Featured titles: The Handy Diabetes Answer Book by Patricia Barnes-Svarney and Thomas E. Svarney; Supernatural Gods: Scientific Truths, Spiritual Mysteries and Psychic Experiences by Jim Willis; Demons, the Devil, and Fallen Angels by Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman; and The New World Order Book by Nick Redfern.
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
Booths 375, 474
This entertainment licensing company represents more than 2,100 animated characters, 6,000 feature films, and 12,000 hours of TV programming, including Looney Tunes and Scooby-Doo.
Booths 3008, 3009
An imprint of St. Martin’s Press.
Featured title: I Hate Everyone but You by Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin.
Booth 2502, 2503
Exhibiting new and forthcoming titles.
Featured titles: The Hawkweed Legacy by Irena Brignull; Secret Agents Jack and Max Stalwart, Book 1: The Battle for the Emerald Buddha: Thailand by Elizabeth Singer Hunt, illus. by Brian Williamson; and The Sacrifice of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie with Nancy Ohlin.
Weldon Owen/Blue Streak
A publisher of illustrated books with major brands like Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Saveur, and Williams-Sonoma.
Featured titles: RuPaul’s Drag Race: Paper Doll Book (Blue Streak Books); The Not So Subtle Art of Being a Fat Girl by Tess Holiday (Weldon Owen); and America: The Great Cookbook by Joe Yonan (Weldon Owen).
This publisher of inspirational books has a backlist of more than 500 titles.
Wiley is a global provider of knowledge in the areas of research, professional practice, and education.
Founded in 1968, Workman 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, Brain Quest, the Barbecue Bible cookbooks, Boynton board books, and the 1,000... Before You Die series.
This inspirational publisher releases books under the following imprints: Worthy Books publishes a broad spectrum of genres; WorthyKids/Ideals issues interactive children’s books; Ellie Claire produces journals and gift books; and Worthy Inspired focuses on personal growth and inspirational books.
One of the largest American university presses, Yale publishes across a variety of disciplines and is dedicated to the discovery and dissemination of light and truth, lux et veritas, a central purpose of Yale University.
Featured titles: Devotion by Patti Smith; Fishing: How the Sea Fed Civilization by Brian Fagan; and Stephen Mitchell’s translation of Beowulf.
This article has been corrected; an earlier version mislabeled "Time Inc. Books" as "Time Books."