Founded in 1977, Abbeville is an independent publisher of fine art and illustrated books as well as children’s books under the Abbeville Kids imprint.
An imprint of the United Methodist Publishing House since 1789, the press has continued a tradition in religious publishing for crossing denominational boundaries with thought-provoking books.
Akashic Books is an independent company in Brooklyn dedicated to publishing literary fiction, crime fiction, music books, and political nonfiction.
Featured titles: Fuck, Now There Are Two of You by Adam Mansbach, illus. by Owen Brozman; A Tall History of Sugar by Curdella Forbes; The Freedom Artist by Ben Okri.
For more than 30 years, Algonquin has published trade fiction and nonfiction.
Booth MR 1363
The publishing arm of Amazon releases print, e-book, audio, and deluxe formats, as well as Kindle Serials and Kindle Singles, across a wide range of genres for all ages.
American Library Association
The ALA offers opportunities for worldwide collaboration around the transformation and future of libraries as well as opportunities to examine the latest library-related publications, products, and services.
American Psychological Association
Booths 1209, 782
APA is a major publisher in the behavioral and social sciences, as well as the originator of APA Style and publisher of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Magination Press is the APA’s children’s book imprint.
Artisan publishes illustrated books, specializing in cooking, design, and pop culture, employing a visual lens to expand the boundaries of general nonfiction.
With offices in New York, London, and Sharjah, this independent trade publisher has a wide-ranging publishing program that includes historical romance, showbiz memoirs, illustrated children’s tales, technical manuals, thrillers, and poetry.
Booths 349, 684
Baker is a leading producer of Christian resources that reflect a broad scope of topics, including fiction, self-help, inspiration, professional books for pastors and counselors, Christian living, and academic titles.
B&H Publishing Group
A nonprofit publisher, B&H is dedicated to Bible-centered content.
Since its founding in 1952, Basic Books has published books in history, science, sociology, psychology, politics, and current affairs, as well as new works in African and African-American studies under the Basic Civitas imprint.
A New York trade publishing house, Beaufort specializes in fiction and nonfiction. It recently acquired Moyer Bell Books and Papier Mache Press, two established literary imprints.
Founded in 1987, Blackstone Publishing is a privately owned company in Oregon offering more than 10,000 audiobook titles. Blackstone has recently expanded into publishing print and e-book editions of new fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as reviving classics.
Featured titles: The Lesson by Cadwell Turnbull, Rewind by Catherine Ryan Howard, The Dark Corners of the Night by Meg Gardiner.
An independent publishing house established in 1986, with offices in London, New York, Sydney, and New Delhi, its four divisions include Bloomsbury Academic and Professional, Bloomsbury Content Services, Bloomsbury Adult, and Bloomsbury Children’s.
Bookish is an online resource that aims to help readers discover their next favorite books.
Booklist, the book review journal of the American Library Association, is a key resource for collection development and reader advisory.
Boom was founded by Ross Richie in 2005 to focus on creating world-class comic book and graphic novel storytelling for all audiences.
Brooklyn Book Festival
The festival is the largest free literary event in New York City and features 300 national and international authors on 14 stages, as well as a vibrant literary marketplace with indie and major presses, and special events. There are bookend events September 10–17; Festival Day is September 16.
Provider of books to the worldwide quilting and sewing markets, C&T’s three imprints are FunStitch Studio, aimed at eight- to 14-year-olds; Stash Books, inspiring sewists with modern designs, simple instructions, and engaging photos; and Kansas City Star Quilts, featuring designs from the heart of the Midwest.
A nonprofit academic press, Cambridge furthers the mission of the university with learning and research solutions.
Based in Somerville, Mass., this independent press publishes children’s books for readers of all ages.
This children’s publisher aims to inspire children’s imaginations and ignite their curiosity.
A division of the Lerner Publishing Group, the press offers picture books, and intermediate and young adult fiction and nonfiction titles.
A new division of Macmillan, Celadon publishes approximately 20 fiction and nonfiction titles per year.
Central Avenue is a traditional press that publishes writers of poetry and original fiction across several genres.
Booths 780, 1725
Charlesbridge offers trade fiction and nonfiction picture books and middle grade texts that encourage love of literature, language, and learning. Its Imagine! imprint publishes nonfiction for adults. Charlesbridge Teen’s booth will feature galleys of Twice Dead and Select Few, from its YA list.
Under five imprints—Chicago Review Press, Academy Chicago, Ball Publishing, Lawrence Hill Books, and Zephyr Press—this house publishes approximately 60 titles per year.
A religious publisher dating back to 1918, Church offers official worship materials, books, music, and digital ministry resources for the Episcopal Church, in addition to being a multifaceted publisher and supplier to the broader ecumenical marketplace.
Cider Mill is an independent press of cookbooks, cocktail books, humor, classic children’s books, and more.
CUP is a publisher of trade, scholarly, and reference books, as well as e-books and online publications.
This press publishes in the areas of the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Its imprints include Comstock Publishing Associates, ILR Press, Northern Illinois University Press, and Three Hills.
A division of Norton, Countryman publishes books on cooking, travel, and outdoor recreation and runs the book programs for EatingWell magazine and King Arthur Flour.
Primarily a publisher of nonfiction, Da Capo titles cover history, music, the performing arts, sports, and popular culture, and is home to the Lifelong Books imprint.
Part of DC Entertainment, DC Comics is home to imprints DC (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman), Mad, and Vertigo (Sandman). DC Comics publishes thousands of comic books, graphic novels, and magazines each year. It is one of the largest English-language publishers of comics in the world.
Launched in 2018, Dead Reckoning is the graphic novel imprint of the Naval Institute Press. The latter was established in 1898 and publishes about 90 titles each year in the genres of military history, strategy, fiction, espionage and intelligence, biographies and memoirs, current affairs, political science, ship design, and more.
Featured titles: Once upon a Time in France by Fabien Nury, illus. by Sylvain Vallee and Haley Rose-Lyon, trans. by Ivanka Hahnenberger; Smedley by Jeff McComsey; Katusha by Wayne Vansant.
Disney Publishing Worldwide
The world’s largest publisher of children’s books, magazines, and apps, DPW creates and publishes books and magazines both vertically in-house and through extensive worldwide licensing.
Diversion is an independent publisher with a focus on general interest non-fiction, publishing up to 40 original titles per year in hardcover, paperback as well as digital and audio.
A division of Penguin Random House, this publisher is known for informing, entertaining, and educating global readers through highly designed content. DK also publishes the Eyewitness series for children and Eyewitness Travel Guides, Prima Games, Alpha Books, and Rough Guides.
Dreamscape is a library-first, multiformat media publisher of fiction and nonfiction audiobooks, book-based children’s read-along videos, as well as documentaries and film.
Founded in 2007, this independent publisher of children’s books and impulse books for adults is distributed by Workman.
Elsevier is a global information analytics business that helps institutions and professionals advance health care, open science, and improve performance for the benefit of humanity.
Emerald publishes more than 300 journals, 3,000 books, and 1,500 case studies in the areas of business and management, health, social care, education, and engineering.
An independent publisher launched in 2008, the Experiment publishes a wide range of nonfiction, including on food, health and fitness, psychology and personal development, parenting, relationships, sexuality, science, and nature.
Fabled Films Press
Fabled Films Press is a subsidiary of Fabled Films, a media and entertainment company, and focuses on creating original content for middle grade and early reader audiences.
Featured titles: The Nocturnals: The Kooky Kinkajou, part of the Nocturnals: Grow and Read Early Readers series.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux
FSG publishes poetry, literary fiction, and nonfiction.
This company publishes fiction, art, photography, lifestyle, cookery, home and garden, biography, social sciences, and children’s books, and medical reference.
Flatiron is a division of Macmillan, launched in 2014, that publishes two to three titles per month. Named after the historic building in which Macmillan is housed, Flatiron is committed to publishing intelligent fiction and nonfiction with commercial appeal by authors with distinctive voices.
Fortress Press publishes adult nonfiction books that nourish souls, ignite minds, and help readers promote the common good.
Based in Lancaster, Pa., Fox Chapel specializes in illustrated nonfiction, focused on craft books, with more than 1,500 titles and three quarterly magazines. Its imprints include CompanionHouse Books, Design Originals, IMM Lifestyle Books, and Creative Homeowner.
The publisher of Battlefield Earth, Galaxy also publishes Stories from the Golden Age, a line of mystery, adventure, science fiction/fantasy, and western novels, as well as Writers of the Future, the annual science fiction and fantasy anthology series, now in its 36th year.
For more than 60 years, Globe Pequot has been publishing books about well-known brands and people, regional interests, history and military history, lifestyle, cooking, outdoor recreation, backyard life, nature, true crime, crafts, children’s, performing art, and folklore.
A division of Hachette Book Group, GCP has hardcover, trade paperback, e-book, and mass market imprints that cater to diverse readers.
Grove Atlantic is an independent publisher committed to publishing quality works of fiction, nonfiction, drama, and poetry. Its four imprints are Atlantic Monthly Press, Black Cat, Grove Press, and the Mysterious Press.
Featured titles: Virgil Wander by Leif Enger; Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs.
This press publishes print, e-books and professional books, videos, and journals on the subjects of psychology and the behavioral sciences, education, research methods, and geography, geared toward general readers, professionals, and academics.
Hachette Book Group is a leading U.S. trade publisher and a division of the third-largest trade and educational book publisher in the world, Hachette Livre. HBG is headquartered in New York, with offices in Boston, Mass.; Lebanon, Ind.; and Nashville, Tenn. HBG owns Hachette Book Group Canada, a marketing and publicity company based in Toronto.
Now a division of HarperCollins, Harlequin was founded in 1949 and has had more than 60 years of success as a leading publisher of books for women.
Featured titles: Dear Haiti, Love Alaine by Maika and Maritza Moulite; Moving Forward: A Story of Hope, Hard Work and the Promise of America by Karine Jean-Pierre; and Followers by Megan Angelo.
A subsidiary of News Corp, HarperCollins is the second-largest consumer book publisher in the world, with operations in 17 countries. With more than 200 years of history and 120-plus imprints around the world, HarperCollins publishes approximately 10,000 new books every year in 16 languages and has a catalogue of more than 200,000 titles.
Featured titles: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett (Harper); The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter (Morrow); The Scarecrow by Beth Ferry (HarperCollins Children’s Books); Cold Storage by David Koepp (Ecco); The Education of an Idealist by Samantha Power (Dey Street); Lost in the Spanish Quarter by Heddi Goodrich (HarperVia); Think Black by Clyde Ford (Amistad); Anyone by Charles Soule (HarperPerennial); Ribbons of Scarlet by Kate Quinn, Stephanie Dray, Laura Kamoie, Heather Webb, Sophie Perinot, and E. Knight (Morrow Paperbacks); The Little Book of Otter Philosophy by Jennifer McCartney (HarperCollins); Outspoken by Veronica Rueckert (Harper Business); The Right Swipe by Alisa Rai (Avon); The Grand Dark by Richard Kadrey (HarperVoyager); Limitless Mind by Jo Boaler (HarperOne); Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis (Thomas Nelson); Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis (HarperCollins Leadership).
With “scholarship plus” as its motto, Harvard publishes books about subjects from ants to Zeus that open the academy to the world.
Founded in 1974 with just five titles, this publisher of Christian literature now publishes more than 150 new books each year.
Now in its 153rd year, Holt publishes in the fields of history, literary fiction, biography, politics, current events, science, and mysteries and thrillers. Its imprints are Henry Holt, Holt Paperbacks, and Metropolitan Books.
Hoopla is a digital library service offering more than 600,000 titles on demand. Patrons have access to e-books, audiobooks, comics, music, movies, and television—all from a mobile app.
One of the largest comics and graphic novel publishers in the U.S., this press covers a host of genre and styles including science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, humor, and more.
Independent Publishers Group
IPG is an industry leader in print and e-book distribution services and marketing support for independent publishers of general trade, children’s, academic, Spanish, and gift books.
This press aims to publish books that will matter 20 or even 100 years from now. It is also home to the Quarry Books imprint and distributes Red Lightning Books.
Ingram Content Group
Connecting readers with content in all forms, Ingram’s services include print-on-demand, digital and physical book distribution, and digital e-learning.
Inner Traditions is a publisher of esoteric, occult, and spirituality books. Its imprints include Earthdancer Books, Findhorn Press, and Healing Arts Press.
This press creates art and photography books celebrating famous personalities and artists, and key cultural and historical events. It is an imprint of Palace Press.
A leading Christian publisher of thoughtful, award-winning, and critically acclaimed titles in religion, religious studies, cultural studies, biblical reference and commentary, self help/recovery, and literary critique.
Featured titles: Shades of Light by Sharon Garlough Brown; Fearfully and Wonderfully by Paul Brand and Philip Yancey; The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile.
Johns Hopkins Univ.
Founded in 1878, Johns Hopkins University Press is one of the world’s largest university presses, publishing more than 200 new books and 58 scholarly periodicals each year. The books division publishes trade titles in the humanities, social sciences, medicine, life sciences, and science, as well as monographs, textbooks, and reference books.
The Jewish-themed children’s book division of Lerner Publishing Group publishes 18–20 new children’s titles each year.
With 500 titles available, from encyclopedias and playbooks for younger readers to classic fiction and activity books, Miles Kelly creates innovative children’s books to inspire and share.
Kumon is a publisher of workbooks, based on the Kumon method learning system, to teach kids ages two to 14 verbal, math, and academic skills.
Lectorum is the oldest and largest Spanish book distributor in the U.S., as well as a publisher of children’s books.
Celebrating 60 years of creating fiction and nonfiction for children and young adults, Lerner is one of the nation’s largest independent children’s book publishers with 15 imprints including Carolrhoda Books, Carolrhoda Lab, Darby Creek, Graphic Universe, Lerner Publisher Services, Millbrook Press, and Zest Books.
Lion Forge publishes comics for every gender identity, ethnicity, and cultural background.
Little Bee Books is a children’s book publisher for ages up to 12, offering a range of books: early learning concept, board, novelty, activity, picture, chapter books, nonfiction, gift sets, and more.
Booth 1338, 1339
Founded in 1837, Little, Brown is now an imprint of the Hachette Book Group.
Little, Brown featured titles: The Chain by Adrian McKinty, Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell, and Summer of ’69 by Elin Hilderbrand.
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers featured titles: A Tale of Magic by Chris Colfer, Sisters First by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush, Sunnyside Plaza by Scott Simon.
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. It is a division of Norton.
London Review of Books
Since 1979, the London Review of Books has been devoted to the tradition of the literary and intellectual essay in English. Each issue contains up to 15 long reviews and essays by academics, journalists, and other writers. There are also shorter art and film reviews, as well as poems and a lively letters page.
Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel content provider, enables curious travelers to experience the world and get to the heart of a place via guidebooks, a website, and a suite of mobile and digital travel products.
Macmillan is a group of publishing companies that publish a broad range of works, including fiction, nonfiction, and children’s books.
Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
A publisher of travel guides, maps, and atlases, Michelin offers a complete travel portfolio for North America, Europe, and the world.
A division of Lerner Publishing Group, Millbrook offers picture books, illustrated nonfiction titles and series, and photo-driven titles for grades K–5.
Working with international authors and illustrators, Minedition publishes picture books and board books.
MIT publishes in the area of art, architecture, cognitive science, computer science, economics, finance, environmental studies, game studies, humanities, linguistics, neuroscience, new media, philosophy, and science, technology, and society.
This press publishes the works of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
National Geographic offers content through various channels by scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers from around the world.
Since 1973, New Harbinger has published psychology, self-help, mind-body, spirituality, and health books for professionals and general readers.
New York Univ.
This academic press publishes in the areas of sociology, law, cultural and American studies, religion, American history, anthropology, politics, criminology, media and communication, literary studies, and psychology.
Based in Canada, Nimbus publishes a range of subjects: children’s picture books and fiction, literary nonfiction, social and cultural history, nature photography, current events, biography, sports, and cultural issues.
Norton is the oldest and largest publishing house owned wholly by its employees. It publishes in the areas of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, cookbooks, psychology, and more.
Booths 1940, 1942
Orca is an independently owned children’s book publisher with more than 730 titles in print and more than 65 new titles per year.
An Atlanta-based trade book publisher, Peachtree specializes in quality children’s and young adult literature; consumer reference in health, education, and parenting; regional guide books; and adult fiction, biography, and memoir.
Penguin Random House
PRH 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., Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, and U.K.
Featured titles: Red at the Bone by Jacqueline Woodson, The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes, and Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid.
Penguin Random House Canada
A full-service publisher, the company’s Canadian imprints include Anchor, Appetite, Bond Street, Doubleday, Knopf, Penguin, Penguin Teen, Puffin, Random House, Tundra, and Vintage.
Penguin Young Readers
Featured titles: The Fountains of Silence by Ruta Sepetys, Frankly in Love by David Yoon, The Beautiful by Renée Ahdieh.
Since 1979, Phidal has published books for children that are designed to entertain, educate, and promote reading and interactive play.
Featured titles: The Preacher’s Wife: The Precarious Power of Evangelical Women Celebrities by Kate Bowler; Narrative Economics: How Ideas Go Viral and Influence Economic Events by Robert J. Shiller; Brooklyn: The Once and Future City by Thomas J. Campanella; Indebted: How Families Make College Work at Any Cost by Caitlin Zaloom.
Printers Row Publishing Group specializes in adult trade, promotional, and juvenile books.
Featured titles: Show Me History! series by Mark Shulman and James Buckley Jr.; Margaret Wise Brown Classics series by Margaret Wise Brown; Rabbit & Bear Pest in the Nest by Julian Gough.
Quarto publishes books from a variety of imprints in subjects including how-to, graphic design, home improvement, cooking, gardening, motoring, crafts, and children’s.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, Quirk publishes 25 books per year spanning children’s books, art books, pop culture titles, and more.
Featured titles: The Remaking by Clay McLeod Chapman, The GayBCs by M.L. Webb, Hope Rides Again by Andrew Shaffer.
A subsidiary of Ramsey Solutions, Ramsey Press publishes fiction and nonfiction books, board games, and other materials that are fun, practical, and bring hope for all ages.
Featured titles: Everyday Millionaires by Chris Hogan, The Contentment Journal by Rachel Cruze, and The Proximity Principle by Ken Coleman.
Rand McNally products include its familiar Road Atlas, maps activity books, classroom products, and other publications.
This company’s imprints include Weiser Books, Career Press, Conari Press, Hampton Roads, and New Page Books.
Rowman & Littlefield
An independent publisher and distributor in North America, the company publishes more than 1,500 academic, reference, professional, and general interest books each year across several imprints.
Booths 1338, 1339
Now an imprint of Perseus Books, a division of the Hachette Book Group, Running Press was founded in 1972.
Featured titles: Just Feel: How to Be Stronger, Happier, Healthier, and More by Mallika Chopra; Vern Yip’s Vacation at Home: Design Ideas for Creating Your Everyday Getaway by Vern Yip; Grab Life by the Balls: And Other Life Lessons from the Good Advice Cupcake by Loryn Brantz and Kyra Kupetsky.
Ryland Peters & Small + CICO
This press offers books on interiors, cooking, new age topics, gardening, crafts, mother and child, weddings, and mind-body-spirit.
Founded in 1974, Schiffer is a family-owned, independent publisher of more than 5,800 titles on subjects including antiques and decorative arts, architecture and design, art, craft, fashion, food and entertaining, mind-body-spirit, and pop culture.
Booths 1638, 1639
Scholastic is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books and a leading provider of 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: Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls by Dav Pilkey (Graphix); Guts by Raina Telgemeier (Graphix); Hope #1: Project Middle School by Alyssa Milano and Debbie Rigaud, illus. by Eric S. Keyes (Scholastic).
This press publishes fiction and nonfiction for all ages with an emphasis on social justice, strong female characters, children’s empowerment, feminism, disability, First Nations/aboriginal stories, LGBTQ, and Judaica.
Shadow Mountain is a general trade publisher of titles for children and adults, such as the Fablehaven and Dragonwatch series by Brandon Mull, Six Sisters’ Stuff cookbooks, empathy-building middle grade titles, and new voices in nonfiction and titles on social justice.
Sharjah Book Authority
The book authority of Sharjah, part of the United Arab Emirates, takes care of all book activities there, including the Sharjah International Book Fair, Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, and Sharjah Publishing City.
Simon & Schuster
Part of CBS, Simon & Schuster publishes fiction and nonfiction for all ages, across all print, electronic, and audio formats.
Featured titles: The Institute by Stephen King, The World That We Knew by Alice Hoffman, and The Deserter by Nelson and Alex DeMille.
Founded in 2006, Skyhorse Publishing has 18 imprints offering titles on history; politics; religion; children’s books; commercial, genre, and literary fiction; business; art; cooking; crafts; and more.
Featured titles: The Tubman Command by Elizabeth Cobbs; The RBG Way by Rebecca Gibian; and Miracle in Lake Placid by Chris Peters.
This press aims to produce distinctive books with rich content that will spark children’s interest and encourage them to be lifelong readers.
The Smithsonian publishing program covers trade nonfiction and illustrated book categories that highlight the Smithsonian’s authority in such areas as history; natural history; science and technology; space, aviation, and military; and art.
Sounds True aims to create products to help people live a more genuine and meaningful lives.
Featured titles: Revolution of the Soul by Seane Corn; The Yoga Plate by Tamal and Victoria Dodge; and The Karma of Cats.
Booths 1629, 1733, 578
This independent publisher features a wide variety of genres including fiction, romance, children’s, and YA, and is committed to exploring new publishing platforms and models.
South Dakota Historical Society
This press produces books that reflect the rich and varied history of the region. In 2018, the press was accepted as an affiliate member of the Association of University Presses.
Sterling has more than 5,000 titles in print and has been in business for 60 years publishing books across a variety of imprints for all ages.
Part of Macmillan, this press publishes more than 800 titles a year under various imprints, including St. Martin’s Press, Thomas Dunne Books, Griffin, and Minotaur.
Distributed by Workman, Storey is a publisher of books with a focus on gardening, cooking, children’s hands-on activities, building, nature, horsemanship, animal husbandry, crafts and home reference books.
A fast-growing children’s publisher, the press’s mission is to marry the nimble, innovative style of a start-up with storytelling traditions of the best children’s book publishers to create illustrated books that help expand minds, open hearts, and ignite curiosity in readers of all ages.
Thames & Hudson
Established in the U.K. in 1950, Thames & Hudson is distributed by Norton in the U.S.
Featured titles: Supreme Glamour by Mary Wilson, with Mark Bego; Shoot for the Moon by Tim Walker; and Unspeakable Acts: Women, Art, and Sexual Violence in the 1970s by Nancy Princenthal.
Theater Communications Group
TCG Books is the largest independent trade publisher of dramatic literature in North America.
This press publishes books from experts in the fields of gardening, horticulture, and natural history.
Featured titles: Nature’s Best Hope by Douglas W. Tallamy; Emily Dickinson’s Gardening Life by Marta McDowell; Nature into Art by Thomas Christopher, photos by Ngoc Minh Ngo; A Garden Miscellany by Suzanne Staubach.
A sports publisher, Triumph’s catalogue includes a wide range of titles, including biographies, memoirs, and reference books and collectible keepsakes.
Tyndale is a Christian publisher of fiction, nonfiction, children’s books, Bibles, and digital media, and distributes the product lines of Navpress and Focus on the Family.
Featured titles: What Is a Girl Worth? by Rachael Denhollander; Persian Gamble by Joel Rosenberg; and Overcomer by Chris Fabry.
Univ. of California
Last year marked the quasquicentennial of the University of California Press, celebrating 125 years of scholarly publishing since its founding in 1893.
Univ. of Georgia
The University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. It publishes 60–70 new scholarly and literary works each year about the state and the region for general readers.
Univ. of Illinois
Featured titles: Traveling with Service Animals by Henry Kisor and Christine Goodier; The Journalist of Castro Street: The Life of Randy Shilts by Andrew E. Stoner; and A Hero on Mount St. Helens by Melanie Holmes.
Univ. of Nebraska
This press publishes 150 scholarly and general interest titles annually under the University of Nebraska, Bison Books, the Jewish Publication Society, and Potomac Books imprints, along with 30 journals.
Univ. of Toronto
UTP publishes books for academics, students, and informed readers with particular strengths in the social sciences, humanities, and business.
This press has been publishing illustrated reference books since 1989, covering such subjects as the sciences, history, multicultural, paranormal, conspiracies, and more.
With its team of zoologists and educators, Waterford publishes reference guides to nature, outdoor recreation skills, emergency preparedness, and eco-travel.
A division of Bonnier and distributed by Simon & Schuster, Weldon Owen publishes illustrated books with major brands such as Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Saveur, and Williams-Sonoma.
Since 1919, the company has been publishing children’s books, including the classic Boxcar Children Mysteries series.
Workman Publishing, founded in 1968, is an independent publisher of adult and juvenile trade books.
Featured titles: How to Raise a Reader by Pamela Paul and Maria Russo; Dinosnores by Sandra Boynton; and Atlas Obscura by Joshua Foer, Dylan Thuras, and Ella Morton.
One of the largest American university presses, Yale publishes across a variety of disciplines.
Featured titles: Fabulous Monsters by Alberto Manguel; Witcraft by Jonathan Rée; and Sounds by Wassily Kandinsky, trans. by Elizabeth Napier.
Correction: The description for Diversion Books has been updated.