BEA 2000: Working the Floor
Back ToBEA 2000
This division of The Booksource offers educational card games. Featured: Chicken Soup for the Soul Conversation Cards; 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Conversation Cards. Giveaways: card-game samples. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 4137.
TAHRIKE TARSILE QUR™AN INC.
TAIPEI INT™L BOOK EXHIBITION
This annual exhibition is the largest of its kind in Asia, with more than 1450 exhibitors and 200,000 visitors in 1999. Featured: information about 2001 trade show. Booth: 4220.
TALBOT MARKETING GROUP
TALION.COM/RED DOG PUBLICITY
This first-time exhibitor provides news-distribution services for author-clients. Featured: company services. Drawings: for $300 in publicity services. Booth: 4475.
TALK MIRAMAX BOOKS
Publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction with an emphasis on screenplays and film-related titles; also books related to Talk magazine. Featured: The Seventh Samurai by Helen DeWitt; Experience: A Memoir by Martin Amis; A Density of Souls by Christopher Rice; A History of Britain by Simon Schama; untitled memoir by Dr. Jerri Nielsen. Giveaways: advance copies. Booth: 1522.
TARTAN BOOK SALES
A division of Brodart. Booth: 2645.
TATTOO MANUFACTURING SALES
TAUNTON TRADE CO. INC.
Distributed by Publishers Group West. Booths: 1549-1551.
TAYLOR TRADE PUBLISHING
Publishes adult nonfiction books on sports, gardening, history, health, parenting and pop culture, as well as autobiographical children™s books. Featured: ESPN: The Uncensored History by Mike Freeman; Rebels in Blue by Peter Stevens; Daddy Smarts by Bradley Richardson; Durocher™s Cubs by David Claerbaut; Backstage at the Dean Martin Show by Lee Hale; Koufax by Ed Gruver; Spellcasters by Pauline Bartel; That™s Not in My American History Book by Thomas Ayres; Keep Your Head Up by Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner. Discounts: 45%, free freight on orders of 15 or more titles. Booth: 2575.
TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS
TEACHERS COLLEGE PRESS
Publishes books and videos on education, psychology and women™s studies for teachers, parents, educators and general readers. Featured: A Simple Justice: The Challenge of Small Schools, edited by William Ayers, Michael Klonsky and Gabrielle Lyon; Holler if You Hear Me: The Education of a Teacher and His Students by Gregory Michie; Gay Parents/Straight Schools by Virginia Casper and Steven B. Schultz; Fighting to Save Our Urban Schools... and Winning: Lessons from Houston by Donald McAdams; The Children Are Watching: How the Media Teach About Diversity by Carlos Cortes; Women, Science, and Society: The Crucial Union by Sue Rosser; Good Guys Don™t Wear Hats: Children™s Talk About the Media by Joseph Tobin. Drawings: participating in a bookseller raffle for seven prize packages worth $650 each. Discounts: free freight on orders of five or more titles (mixed, or single). Special Events: wine and cheese party for book buyers, sales reps, publicists, agents and reviewers held in collaboration with 22 AAUP-member presses exhibiting in booths 3768-3879. Booth: 3775.
A part of the NTC/Contemporary Publishing Group. Booths: 1704, 1804.
Booths: 1552, 1553.
TEMPLETON FOUNDATION PRESS
Publishes books on science and religion, spirituality and healing, education and business. Featured: God for the 21st Century, edited by Russell Stannard; Pure Unlimited Love by Sir John Templeton; The Mind of the Universe: Understanding Science and Religion by Mariano Artigas; Worldwide Worship: Prayers, Songs, and P try, edited by John Marks Templeton; Many Worlds: The New Universe, Extraterrestrial Life and the Theological Implications, edited by Steven Dick. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 3354.
TEMPLE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes books focusing on academic and scholarly works and general-interest trade titles. Featured: Larry Kane™s Philadelphia by Larry Kane; Fela: The Life and Times of an African Musical Icon by Michael Veal; Paper Son: One Man™s Story by Tung Pak Chin, with Winifred C. Chin; Under Construction: Private Homes, Public Religion, and the Mission of Habitat for Humanity by Jerome P. Bagget; The Maya Diaspora: Guatemalan Roots, New American Lives, edited by James Loucky and Marilyn M. Moors; Untidy Gender: Domestic Service in Turkey by Gul Ozyegin; Window on Nineteenth Century Philadelphia by Katherine Martinez and Page Talbot; Help Your Marriage Survive the Death of a Child by Paul C. Rosenblatt; The Study of Religion in the Third Millennium: Dialogue of Global Ethic by Leonard Swidler and Paul Mojzes; Land of the Giants: New York™s Polo Grounds by Stew Thornley; Atlanta: Race, Class, and Urban Expansion by Larry Keating; Extradition, Politics, and Human Rights by Christopher H. Pyle; Political Woman: Florence Luscomb and the Legacy of Radical Reform by Sharon Hartman Strom. Discounts: 48% on orders of 10 or more backlist titles. Booth: 3976.
TE NEUES PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes photography and design books, calendars, notecards and related stationery products. Featured: New York Vertical (mini edition) by Horst Hamann; Airline: Identity, Design and Culture by Keith Lovegrove; New York Buildings, edited by Italo Rota. Discounts: 45% on 10-book minimum orders (te Neues book titles); see booth for additional offers on stationery. Booth: 1978.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Publishes business, career and cooking titles and gift books; divisions include Celestial Arts (New Age titles), Tricycle Press (children™s books) and degree.net (distance-education books). Featured from Ten Speed Press: What Color Is Your Parachute? 2001 by Richard Nelson Bolles; Charlie Trotter Cooks at Home by Charlie Trotter; Marriage Made in Heaven: A Love Story in Letters by Ehud and Vatsala Sperling; Games Companies Play: A Job-Hunter™s Guide to Playing Smart & Winning Big by Pierre Mornell; Caprial Cooks for Friends by Caprial Pence; Wildwood: Cooking from the Source in the Pacific Northwest by Cory Schreiber; Douglas Rodriguez™s Latin Flavors on the Grill by Douglas Rodriguez; Firecrackers: The Art & History by Warren Dotz, Jack Mingo and George Moyer; The Gardener™s Table: A Guide to Natural Vegetable Growing and Cooking by Richard Merrill and J Ortiz. From Celestial Arts: Shortcuts to God by Gerald Jampolsky. From Tricycle Press: Why I Will Never Ever Ever Ever Have Enough Time to Read This Book by Remy Charlip, illus. by Jon J. Muth; The Winter Gift, written and illus. by Deborah Turney Zagwyn. From degree.net: Bear™s Guide to the Best MBAs by Distance Learning by John Bear. Giveaways: posters, postcards. Drawings: for an original, signed art work by Dan Price, author of How to Write a Journal and Moonlight Chronicles. Discounts: 48% plus free freight on backlist orders of 25 or more copies placed June 2-30. Booths: 721, 821.
TEXAS A&M UNIV. PRESS CONSORTIUM
This 10-member consortium-Texas A&M University Press, Baylor University Press, McWhiney Foundation Press, Southern Methodist Press, Texas Christian University Press, Texas State Historical Assn., Winedale Publishing, Dallas Morning News (Texas Almanac), Texas Review Press and Sam Houston State University-publishes general trade and scholarly books. Featured: Finding Celia™s Place by Celia Morris; Return to Ukraine by Ania Savage; Fire Ants by Stephen W. Taber; Swimming in Sky by Inman Majors; The Devil™s Tiger by Robert Flynn and Dan Klepper; The Best from Helen Corbitt™s Kitchens, edited by Patty Vineyard MacDonald; The Jack Ruby Trial Revisited, edited by John Mark Dempsey. Giveaways: copies of Lone Star Dinosaurs by Louis Jacobs with orders. Discounts: 48%. Booths: 3875, 3876.
THE TEXAS BOOKMAN
A wholesale remainder company that offers trade and scholarly remainders in visual and performing arts, literary studies, fiction, history, crafts, religion and children™s. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2640.
Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Booths: 2214-2217.
T.F.H. offers books on pets and animals, from simple beginners™ manuals to encyclopedic treatises. Featured: frontlist titles. Discounts: 50% on 11 or more books. Booth: 4155.
THAILAND DEPT. OF EXPORT &
Booths: 4519, 4619.
THAMES AND HUDSON INC.
Publishes illustrated books on art, architecture, design, fashion, photography, archaeology and natural history, including children™s books; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured: The Most Beautiful Villages of Ireland by Christopher Fitz-Simon; The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of the South by Bonnie Ramsey; The Dalai Lama™s Secret Temple: Tantric Wall Paintings from Tibet by Ian Baker and Thomas Laird; Ancient Egypt: The Great Discoveries by Nicholas Reeves; William Blake: The Complete Illuminated Books; Flamenco by Gwynne Edwards; The Secret Gardens of Paris by Alexandra d™Arnoux; The Paper Jewelry Collection by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins; Chronicle of the Maya Kings and Queens by Simon Martin and Nikolai Grube. Discounts: will introduce the World of Art basic-stock plan, see booth for details. Booth: 2212.
THEATRE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
Distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Booth: 4357.
K. THIENEMANNS VERLAG
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
THIRD WAVE INTERACTIVE
Publishes professional, technical and reference books and related products. Booths: 1213, 1215.
Booths: 1112, 1212.
Thorsons is an imprint of HarperCollins UK and publishes books on spirituality and religion; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: Transforming the Mind and Dalai Lama™s Book of Wisdom, both by His Holiness the Dalai Lama; Time to Be by Eileen Campbell; Soul Rescuers by Nathalie and Terry O™Sullivan; Reiki for the Soul by Mari Hall. Giveaways: copies of Principles (mini book); lavender oil; bookmarks; postcards. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 3731.
300 INCREDIBLE.COM, LLC
Publishes guides to the Internet. Featured: 300 Incredible Things to Do on the Internet series, including 300 More Incredible Things to Do on the Internet, ...For Kids on the Internet, ...For Golfers on the Internet, ...For Travelers on the Internet, ...For Sports Fans on the Internet, ...For Health, Fitness & Diet on the Internet. Discounts: 50% (retail); complimentary display and free freight with prepaid show orders. Booth: 4661.
This first-time exhibitor publishes coffee-table books. Featured: Made You Look: Who Do You Look Like? by Denise Bella Vlasis. Giveaways: bookmarks. Discounts: 45% on orders of 15 or more books. Booth: SP116.
THUNDER BAY PRESS
An imprint of Advantage Publishers Group. Booth: 1831.
Distributed by Publishers Group West. Booth: 1655.
TIDE-MARK PRESS LTD.
TIGER OAK PUBLICATIONS INC.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 3731.
TILBURY HOUSE PUBLISHERS
This independent publisher offers children™s books and teacher™s guides on cultural diversity, nature and the environment and regional nonfiction subjects. Featured from Tilbury House children™s titles: Shelterwood; Sea Soup: Phytoplankton; Lights for Gita. From Tilbury House adult titles: To Katahdin; Letters from the Sea; The Old Town Can Company: Our First Hundred Years. Drawings: for a framed book illustration from Shy Mama™s Halloween by Leane Morin. Discounts: 50%, free freight on orders of 10 or more books. Booth: 537.
Publishes reference books for gardeners, horticulturists and plant and landscape industry professionals. Featured: Time-Tested Plants: Thirty Years in a Four-Season Garden by Pamela J. Harper; The Color Encyclopedia of Daylilies by Ted L. Petiti and John P. Peat; The Gardener™s Guide to Growing Maples by John G. Harris; The Orchid in Lore and Legend by Luigi Berliocchi; A Natural History of Medicinal Plants by Judith Sumner; The Berry Grower™s Companion by Barbara L. Bowling. Discounts: 46% on backlist orders of 10 or more books. Booth: 4736.
This first-time exhibitor publishes genre fiction-thrillers, mystery, suspense, science fiction and techno-thrillers-in a variety of formats, including weekly broadcasted serials on the Internet. Featured: Bradamant: The Iron Tempest by Ron Miller; All the Tea by Ken Carodine; Calculated Risk by Denise Tiller; A Small Percentage by Jim Cline. Booth: 1473.
THE TIME FACTORY
Publishes calendars and stationery items. Booth: 1173.
TIME INC. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
TIME LIFE TRADE PUBLISHING
Publishes how-to, cookery, nature, health and medical reference titles. Featured: Moo York: Images of Cow Parade New York 2000 by the editors of Time-Life Books; Time-Life Complete Fix-It; The Medical Advisor (second edition); The Living Bible; Winter Gardening; Time Almanac by Time magazine; Savoring Spain & Portugal (from Williams-Sonoma series) by Joyce Goldstein; In the Presence of Dinosaurs by Drs. Michael Brett-Surman, Christopher Brochu, Colin McHenry and Paul Willis; The Health Magazine Diet Advisor by Health magazine. Booth: 1717.
THE TIME OUT GROUP LTD.
Publishes distinctive guide book series covering the major cities of the world; distributed by Penguin. Featured: Time Out City Guides, including new titles Time Out Guide to Chicago, ...to Vienna, ...to South of France and ...to Naples; Time Out Guide to Eating and Drinking in New York; Time Out Film Guide. Booth: 1671.
TIN HOUSE MAGAZINE
TIVOLA ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING
TM BOOKS & VIDEOS
TON COMMUNICATIONS INC.
TOPPAN INT™L GROUP
TIG is an international printing and information-processing company offering services in printing and software development, translation and co-production projects on illustrated and children™s books; subsidiaries include Fr bel-kan Publishing Co. (children™s original illustrated books) and Tokyo Shoseki Co. (general titles). Featured: books from international clientele; titles available for translation rights. Booth: 4655.
TOP THAT! PUBLISHING PLC
This first-time exhibitor publishes children™s books. Featured: Teacher™s Pets series (six titles); Play Pals series (six titles); File-online.com series (four titles); Mini Maestro series (four titles); Amazing Animal Band series (two titles). Booth: 3102.
Publishes books on India™s Vedic culture and wisdom, health and vegetarianism, leadership, motivation and self-improvement, spirituality and religion; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: titles by Krishna Dharma, including Mahabharata: The Greatest Spiritual Epic of All Time, Mahabharata: The Condensed Version of the World™s Greatest Spiritual Epic, Ramayana: India™s Immortal Tale of Adventure, Love, and Wisdom and Art Treasures of the Mahabharata; Bhagavad-gita, The Song of God by Carl E. Woodham; Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race by Michael Cremo and Richard L. Thompson; Eye of the Storm: Understanding the Nature of the Undisturbed Mind by Austin Gordon; Improving the Landscape of Your Life and The Key to Great Leadership, both by Peter Burwash; Mystical Stories from the Mahabharata: Twenty Timeless Lessons in Wisdom and Virtue and Mystical Stories from the Bhagavatam: Twenty-Six Timeless Lessons in Self-Discovery, both by Amal Bhakta. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 3731.
Publishes hardcover and mass market books; imprints include Tor, Forge and Orb; distributed by St. Martin™s Press. Featured: Shadow of the Hegemon by Orson Scott Card; Ender™s Shadow and Ender™s Game, both by Orson Scott Card; Winter™s Heart by Robert Jordan; Eagle™s Cry by David Nevin; The Wayfarer Redemption: Battleaxe by Sara Douglass. Booths: 1312, 1412.
Offers books, games, puzzles and toys for children, as well as general-interest titles, cookbooks, dictionaries, stationery and writing instruments. Featured: more than 100 titles. Booth: 258.
TOTAL SPORTS PUBLISHING
This sports information company publishes sports titles, including official encyclopedias of the NHL, NFL and major league baseball, under the imprints Total/Sports Illustrated, Total/Sports Illustrated Classics and Total Sports Canada; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Havana Heat by Darryl Brock; Baseball: The Biographical Encyclopedia by David Pietrusza, Matthew Silverman and Michael Gershman; Real Sports Her s by John Garrity; Total Olympics by Bill Mallon; The 12 Greatest Rounds in Boxing History: The Untold Stories by Ferdie Pacheco; The Life of Reilly by Rick Reilly; North Dallas Forty by Peter Gent; Total Hockey, edited by Dan Diamond. Booths: 1557, 1558.
TOY BOX PRODUCTIONS
TRAFALGAR SQUARE PUBLISHING
This book publisher is also a U.S. distributor of British publishers, including J.A. Allen, Bloomsbury U.K., Crowood Press, Andre Deutsch Ltd., Giles de la Mare, HarperCollins U.K., Hodder Headline, John Murray Ltd., Kyle Cathie, Lion Publishing U.K., Little, Brown U.K., Mainstream Publishing, Metro Books, Oldcastle Books, Orion Publishing, Pavilion Books, Penguin U.K., Prion, Queensgate Publications, Random House U.K., Reynolds & Hearn, Take That/Net.works, Transworld, Women™s Press U.K; also represents A Common Reader/The Akadine Press. Featured: My Friends™ Secrets by Joan Collins; Gardening with Light and Color by Marylyn Abbot; The Shaker Garden by Stephanie Donaldson; Feng Shui for Modern Living by Stephen Skinner; Japan: Global Crafts and Tibet: Global Crafts, both by Marion Elliot; Double Knits by Z Mellor; Waterford: A Celebration of Fine Crystal by Peter Costell ; Julia Roberts: Pretty Superstar by Frank Sanello; Elizabeth Taylor: The Illustrated Biography by James Christopher; Lorenza™s Pasta by Lorenza de™Medici; Yoga for Equestrians by Linda Benedik and Veronica Wirth; You Can Train Your Horse to Do Anything by Shawna and Vinton Karrasch; The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Michael Forman™s Christmas Treasury, both illus. by Michael Foreman; the relaunch of the Virago Modern Classics series. Giveaways: A Common Reader tote bags. Discounts: 50% (no minimum). Booth: 1622.
Transaction publishes books, journals and serial publications on international social science topics and provides distribution services to client-publishers around the world through Express Book Freight and Fastlane International Book Express. Booth: 4177.
Transedition is a packager of illustrated reference books; Translate-a-Book is a division of Transedition managing translations for the parent company and other publishers. Featured: Mythologies of the World by Dunning et al.; How I Celebrate: A Young Person™s Guide to the Celebration of Festivals and Events Around the World by Pam Robson and Alan Brown. Booth: 3316.
TRANSNATIONAL PRINTING SERVICE
Publishes travel anthologies on various countries and special themes, as well as full-length narratives and travel advice books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: launching Travelers™ Tales Classics series, with The Royal Road to Romance by Richard Halliburton; selected titles from Footsteps series; Take Me with You: A Round-the-World Journey to Invite a Stranger Home by Brad Newsham; Chicken Gumbo for the Traveling Fool: The Best of Travel Humor and Misadventure, edited by James O™Reilly, Larry Habegger, and Sean O™Reilly; The Soul of Pilgrimage, edited by James O™Reilly and Sean O™Reilly; Kite Strings of the Southern Cross: A Woman™s Travel Odyssey by Laurie Gough. Giveaways: advance copies, T-shirts. Drawings: to win all of Travelers™ Tales fall titles. Booth: 1556.
TRAVEL PUBLISHERS ASSN.
Displays travel books and maps from independent publishing houses in the U.S., Canada and Hong Kong. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Accomasia, Arbor House Publishing, Beau Monde Press, Berkshire House Publishers, Blue Panda, Carousel Press, Clover Park Press, Cuchipanda, Dimi Press, Dragonflyer Press, Eiron, Espadana Press, Explorer™s Guide Publishing, Folio One, Freedom Editions, Ginkgo Press, Global Travel Publisher, Howling at the Moon Press, Images from the Past, Impact Publications, Inprint Publishing, Insider Publications, ITMB Publishing, Ivy Publishing, Lake Claremont Press, Melodija Books, Mile Oak Publishing, Newjoy Press, North Ridge Books, PassPorter Press, Platypus Publications, Quest Press, Quick View Publications, RJD Enterprises, Time Traveler Maps, Tortuga Books, Ugogurl Productions, West Wind Books, Wilson Publishing, Windham Bay Press, The Woodmont Press; the What Kind of Fool Am I series. Drawings: winner will receive titles displayed in the booth. Booth: 1870.
TREASURED CHILD PUBLICATIONS
TREEHOUSE CHILDREN™S BOOKS LTD.
TREND ENTERPRISES INC.
TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES
Provides information and entertainment products to newspapers and electronic media including reprints of features, comic strips, editorial and panel cartoons, political and humor columnists, articles and graphics from Knight Ridder/Tribune Information Services. Featured: editorial-cartoon samples from Jeff MacNelly, Mike Peters and Walt Handelsman; comic strips such as Dick Tracy, Mother Goose and Grimm and Sh ; article excerpts from Bob Greene, Dave Berry and Clarence Page. Drawings: register to win one of three original comic strips from popular artists. Booth: 4718.
TRIDENT PROMOTIONAL CORP.
Produces reference books including dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, desk reference sets and foreign language dictionaries, as well as children™s activity books, biography and history books. Featured: The Great War: Illustrated History of the First World War, edited by H. Wilson; The Second World War, edited by Sir John Hammerton; The Library of Shakespeare; 21st Century World Atlas, edited by Jose Armando Fernandez; 21st Century Family Encyclopedia, edited by Sidney I. Landau; Signature Classic series; New International Webster™s Boxed Reference Sets; New International Webster™s Comprehensive Dictionary; New International Encyclopedia, edited by Michael Harkavy. Discounts 50%-80%. Booth: 4239.
Publishes official sports titles; distributed by the LPC Group. Featured: Considerable Passions: Golf, the Masters, and the Legacy of Bobby Jones by Catherine M. Lewis; The Best of Frank Deford: I™m Just Getting Started by Frank Deford; Lone Star J.R.: The Autobiography of Racing Legend Johnny Rutherford by Johnny Rutherford and David Craft. Giveaways: selected rule books from the Official Rules series. Booth: 4642.
TROLL COMMUNICATIONS LLC
Publishes children™s books for ages four through 13 years. Featured: World™s Best PokÃ©mon Drawing Book by Ron Zalme; It™s Time for School, Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt, illus. by Cyd Moore; Circle of Magic series, including Book #1: School of Wizardry and Book #2: Secret of the Tower, both by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald; The Thirteen Days of Halloween by Carol Greene; The Grumpy Bunny™s Spooky Night by Justine Korman, illus. by Lucinda McQueen; Dozer to the Rescue by Lisa M. Combs, illus. by Karl Gude; The Animals™ Christmas Carol by Jerry Smath; Jack™s Time Machine by Dan James; Camp Rotten Time and Fang the Dentist, both by Mike Thaler, illus. by Jared Lee. Giveaways: hats, tote bags, books. Booths: 242, 2815.
TRUE LIGHT PUBLICATIONS
Publishes children™s picture books, fiction and nonfiction for young people. Featured: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery; Sindbad Among the Giants by Ludmila Zeman; My Sister Gracie by Gillian Johnson; Heart and Soul: The Story of Florence Nightingale by Gena K. Gorrell; A Nose for Adventure by Richard Scrimger; Raspberry House Blues by Linda Holeman; Be Afraid!: Tales of Horror, selected by Edo van Belkom. Discounts: 45% plus free freight. Booth: 3005.
Distributed by Publishers Group West. Booth: 1662.
TURTLE POINT PRESS
Publishes books on cooking, design, gardening, martial arts, philosophy, travel and Asian Studies; offers titles under Tuttle, Periplus Editions and Journey Editions imprints. Featured: launching the Tuttle Classics of Japanese Literature series; The Sand Labyrinth: Meditation at Your Fingertips (boxed kit) by Lauren Artress; Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Little Dragon, edited by John Little; Ocean Pacific: The Best and Freshest Recipes from San Diego to Seattle by Marjie Lambert; Dharma Beads: Making and Using Your Own Buddhist Malas (boxed kit) by Joanna Arettam; The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo; Asian Secrets of Health, Beauty, and Relaxation by Sophie Benge; Expect Nothing: A Zen Guide by Clarice Bryan; Art and Wisdom of the Japanese Garden by Sadao Hibi; Peaceful Dwelling by Madeline Ko-I Bastis; Cultivating the Empty Field: The Silent Illumination of Zen Master Hongzhi; Japan Modern: Contemporary Homes and Interiors by Michael Freeman; Buddhism: A Guide to Living by A. and C.A. Simpkins; Periplus Essential Phrase Books series; The Japanese House by Alexandra Black; Tradewinds and Coconuts: A Reminiscence and Recipes from the Pacific Islands by Jennifer Brennan; The Book of Ch™i by Paul Wildish; Tea Leaf Fortune Cards (boxed kit) by Rae Hepburn; The Iron Flute: 100 Zen Koan by Nyogen Senzaki; Asian Hot & Spicy by Vicki Liley; One Arrow, One Life: Zen Archery, Enlightenment by Kenneth Kushner Simple. Special Events: tea reception at the booth. Booth: 3012.
TV BOOKS INC.
TWIN SISTERS PRODUCTIONS
TWO-CAN PUBLISHING LLC
This first-time exhibitor offers multilingual edutainment books and multimedia products for children, teachers and parents; a division of Zenith Entertainment Plc. Featured: Interfact; Interfact Reference; Make It Work!; Action Maths; Ladders; Info Adventure. Booth: 1427.
TYNDALE HOUSE PUBLISHERS
This publisher specializes in text, trade and reference books of Jewish interest. Featured: A Tree Trunk Seder by Camille Kress; Until the Messiah Comes by Ken Roseman; The Seder Activity Book by Judy Dick; Come, Let Us Be Joyful! The Story of Hava Nagila by Fran Manushkin, illus. by Rosalind Charney Kaye; My Jewish Holiday Fun Book by Ann D. Kofsky; Chocolate Chip Challah by Lisa Rauchwerger. Giveaways: Chocolate Chip Challah buttons, fortune cookies with UAHC logo. Discounts: 35% on The Torah: A Modern Commentary and The Haftorah Commentary. Booth: 3617.
Publishes travel guidebooks, as well as alternative health and spirituality titles under the Seastone imprint; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured from Ulysses Press: launching AAA Hidden Highways, with AAA Hidden Highways of Northern California and AAA Hidden Highways of Arizona; Hidden Hawaii; Hidden Florida; Hidden Tahiti. From Seastone: What Would Shakespeare Do?; What Would Buddha Do?; Jesus and Lao Tzu: The Parallel Sayings. Giveaways: WWSD bracelets (What Would Shakespeare Do?). Discounts: 48%, no minimum; see PGW booth for details. Booth: 1755.
UMSCHAU BRAUS GMBH
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
UNAPIX HOME ENTERTAINMENT
UNDERSTANDING PRINCIPLES FOR BETTER LIVING CHANNEL
This first-time exhibitor publishes inspirational books for children. Featured: Fuzzy-Feeling book-series by Kim L. Dulaney; I Can Fly! The R. Kelly Story; I Love Me!; My Best; My Lost Dream; Maya™s Magic; The Kwanzaa Song (music CD); Children Sing Gospel (music CD); Woman to Woman (adult title). Discounts: free freight. Booth: SP21.
UNITED LIGHT PUBLISHING
UNITED PLASTICS TECHNOLOGIES
UNITED STATES PLAYING CARD
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
This subsidiary of Rizzoli International Publications offers illustrated books and calendars in the areas of fashion, sports, popular culture, art and architecture; distributed by St. Martin™s Press. Featured: Antonio Sabato Jr. Workout Book; New York Pack; Toys for a Lifetime by Dr. Toy by Stevanne Auerback and FAO Schwartz; Black Chord; Naturally Beautiful: Secrets and Recipes for Skin, Body and Bath. Giveaways: postcards, women™s soccer items. Booths: 4644, 4645.
UNIV. OF ALABAMA PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books. Featured: Somebody Told Me: The Newspaper Stories of Rick Bragg; Get a Shot of Rhythm and Blues: The Arthur Alexander Story by Richard Younger; One Day in the Life of a Born Again Loser: and Other Stories by Helen Norris; Leaving Birmingham: Notes of a Native Son by Paul Hemphill; Almost Family by Roy Hoffman. Giveaways: magnets, posters. Discounts: 50% on orders of 10 or more titles (front- and backlist). Booth: 3777.
UNIV. OF ARIZONA PRESS
Publishes scholarly and regional books on anthropology, archeology, travel, nature and the environment, Native American Studies, Borderland Studies and Latina/o literature; distributes Oregon State University Press and Ironwood Press titles. Featured: Learning to Glow: A Nuclear Reader, essays by Scott Russell Sanders, Terry Tempest Williams and Barbara Kingsolver; Memory Fever, P ms by Ray Gonzales. Giveaways: Spam and saltines. Booth: 1452.
UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
Publishes general-interest, trade and scholarly books and journals. Featured: Honky by Dalton Conley; An Encyclopedia of the Wines and Domains of France by Clives Coates; Life at the Extremes by Frances Ashcroft; Taoism and the Arts of China by Stephen Little; Chicago™s South Side, 1946-1948 by Wayne F. Miller; A Living Bay by Lowell Langstroth, Libby Langstroth and Todd Newberry; Augustine of Hippo, A Biography New Edition, with epilogue by Peter Brown. Giveaways: posters, float pens. Discounts: 48% on backlist orders of 10 or more books. Booth: 1821.
UNIV. OF CHICAGO PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books. Featured: Tomorrow Never Knows by Nick Bromell; The Bedtrick by Wendy Doniger; Even the Rhinos Were Nymphos by Bruce Jay Friedman; Restless Nation by James Jasper; The Road Since Structure by Thomas Kuhn; Democracy in America by Alexis de Toqueville, trans. by Harvey Mansfield. Discounts: 47% on orders of 10 or more. Booth: 1918.
UNIV. OF GEORGIA PRESS
Publishes trade, regional and scholarly books on Civil War and Southern history, environmental studies, women™s studies, African American studies, popular culture, as well as fiction, p try, memoir and literary theory. Booth: 1965.
UNIV. OF HAWAII PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on Hawaii, Asia and the Pacific. Featured: The Hiker™s Guide to the Hawaiian Islands by Stuart Ball; Fables from the Sea by Leslie Hayashi; Music Through the Dark by Bree Lafreniere; Ho™opilipili Olelo by Georgiana Luna. Giveaways: Hawaiian chocolate macadamia nuts, flowers, pens. Discounts: 50% (no minimum). Booth: 1962.
UNIV. OF ILLINOIS PRESS
Publishes trade, scholarly and regional titles on American history and music, art and architecture, photography and film, pop culture and sports, African-American history, Asian Studies, Judaica and gender studies. Featured: Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage; Scarlett D sn™t Live Here Anymore; That Old Time Rock & Roll; Flower Gardening in the Hot Midwest; Illinois from A to Z; Rider for God: The Story of a Christian Motorcycle Gang; Village Elders: Gay Seniors in Greenwich Village. Giveaways: chap books, paper bags. Discounts: 45% (no minimum). Booth: 2525.
UNIV. OF IOWA PRESS
Publishes fiction, p try and literature, as well as general-interest, regional-interest and scholarly books on cooking, photography, theatre and natural history. Featured: Boomer Girls: P ms by Women from the Baby Boom Generation, edited by Pamela Geminn and Paula Sergi; Picturing Utopia: Bertha Shambaugh and the Amana Photographers by Abigail F rstner; Birds Every Child Should Know by Neltje Blanchan; Memoirs of a Cold War Son by Gaines Post Jr.; Prairie in Your Pocket: A Guide to Plants of the Tallgrass Prairie, illus. by Mark MÃ¼ller; Troublemakers by John McNally; Listeners at the Still Point by Elizabeth Oness. Giveaways: posters; prairie guides; book samplers. Drawings: participating in a bookseller raffle for seven prize packages worth $650 each. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (five-copy minimum); white sale on selected backlist titles. Booth: 3868.
UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles. Featured: Bill W. and Mr. Wilson: The Legend and Life of A.A.™s Cofounder by Matthew J. Raphael; Cy Young: A Baseball Life by Reed Browning; Land of the Commonwealth: Exploring the Preserved Landscapes of Massachusetts by Richard Cheek; Vietnam and Other American Fantasies by H. Bruce Franklin; Josh White: Society Blues by Elijah Wald. Discounts: 46% on backlist orders of 10 or more. Booth: 3772.
UNIV. OF MINNESOTA PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books on art and architecture, film, literature, philosophy, urban studies and regional-interest titles. Featured: Northwoods Fish Cookery by Ron Berg; Screen Style: Fashion and Femininity in 1930™s Hollywood by Sarah Berry; Aching for Beauty: Footbinding in China by Wang Ping; Out at Work: Building a Gay-Labor Alliance by Kitty Krupat; Lulu in Hollywood (new edition) by Louise Brooks; titles by Christopher Isherwood, Manuel Puig and Barry Paris. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 47% on front- and backlist orders. Booth: 1425.
UNIV. OF MISSOURI PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on American history, political science, literary criticism, regional interest, African American history, women™s studies, journalism and short fiction. Giveaways: bags. Drawings: participating in a bookseller raffle for seven prize packages worth $650 each. Discounts: 46% plus free freight on orders of 10 or more books. Special Events: wine and cheese party for book buyers, sales reps, publicists, agents and reviewers held in collaboration with 22 AAUP-member presses exhibiting in booths 3768-3879. Booth: 3773.
UNIV. OF NEBRASKA PRESS
Publishes books for the academic and trade markets; offers paperbacks under the Bison Books imprint. Featured: Black Elk Speaks (reissue) by Nicholas Black Elk and John G. Neihardt; The Sokal Hoax: The Sham that Shook the Academy by the editors of Lingua Franca; Manifesto, edited by Mary Ann Caws; On the Ceiling by Eric Chevillard; Stories and Remarks by Raymond Queneau. Giveaways: travel mugs. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1019.
UNIV. OF NEW MEXICO PRESS
Publishes regional and scholarly books; exhibiting with the Rocky Mountain Book Publishers Assn. Featured: Anasazi America by David E. Stuart; The Photography of Alfred Stieglitz; Library: The Drama Within; Safe Delivery and El Camino del Rio, both by Jim Sanderson; Cavern by Jake Page. Giveaways: alien and murder mystery items. Discounts: 50% and free freight (continental U.S.) on backlist orders of 25 books or more (retailers only). Booth: 1450.
UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
UNC Press publishes general-interest nonfiction, regional trade and scholarly books. Featured: Not Afraid of Flavor: Recipes from the Magnolia Grill by Ben and Karen Barker; This Is Where We Live: Short Stories by 25 Contemporary North Carolina Writers, edited by Michael Mcfee; Life & Legend of E.H. Harriman by Maury Klein; Lost Revolutions: The South in the 1950s by Pete Daniel; Troubled Memory: Anne Levy, the Holocaust and David Duke™s Louisiana by Lawrence N. Powell. Giveaways: magnets, bookmarks. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 2560.
UNIV. OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
UNIV. OF OKLAHOMA PRESS
Publishes western history, biographies, military history, natural history, women™s studies and Native American titles; distributes Vanderbilt University Press and University Press of Colorado titles. Featured: The Art of Political Warfare; Along Route 66; The Sexual Culture of Ancient Greece; The Texas Sheriff. Discounts: free freight on orders of 10 or more books. Booth: 1949.
UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles in the humanities, social sciences, arts and business. Featured: The London Monster, A Sanguinary Tale by Jan Bondeson; Haute Cuisine, How the French Invented the Culinary Profession by Amy B. Trubek; An Empire Divided, The American Revolution and the British Caribbean by Andrew O™Shaugnessy; Wood-fired Ceramics by Coll Minogue. Discounts: 45% and free freight on orders of 10 or more backlist units. Booth: 4072.
UNIV. OF PUERTO RICO PRESS
UNIV. OF TENNESSEE PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional books in a variety of disciplines. Featured: The Scopes Trial: A Photographic History by Edward Caudill, Edward J. Larson and Jesse Fox Mayshark; The Great Smokies: From Natural Habitat to National Park by Daniel S. Pierce; The Wall Between by Anne Braden. Giveaways: cloth bags, 60th anniversary mugs. Discounts: 48% on orders of six or more trade titles. Booth: 3873.
UNIV. OF TEXAS PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional titles. Featured: Cuba-Going Back by Tony Mendoza; Hollywood Exile by Bernard Gordon; Architecture of O™Neil Ford by David Dillon; Writer™s Reference Guide to Spanish by David William Foster, Daniel Altamiranda and Carmen de Urioste; Star Gods of the Maya by Susan Milbraith; Now More than Ever by Aldous Huxley; Philip Johnson and Texas by Frank Welch; American Films of the 70s: Conflicting Visions by Peter Lev; Places for Dead Bodies by Gary J. Hausladen; Between the Lines: The Mystery of the Giant Ground Drawing of Ancient Nasca, Peru by Anthony F. Aveni. Discounts: 50% on backlist orders of 15 or more books. Booth: 2522.
UNIV. OF TORONTO PRESS
Booths: 3870, 3871.
UNIV. OF UTAH PRESS
Specializes in Western Americana, nature, the environment, outdoor recreation, Native American studies and archeology; exhibiting with the Rocky Mountain Book Publishers Assn. Featured: The Cidermaster of Rio Oscuro by Harvey Frauenglass; Pia Toya: A Goshute Indian Legend by The Confederated Tribes of Goshute, illus. by the children of Ibapah Elementary School; The Five Crows Ledger: Biographic Warrior Art of the Flathead Indians by James D. Keyser. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 46% and free freight on orders of five or more books. Booth: 1355.
UNIV. OF WASHINGTON PRESS
Publishes regional and trade books including titles on Native American art and culture, Asian-American literature, Asian history, culture and art, natural history; distributes museum exhibition catalogues and art books. Featured: The Complete Jacob Lawrence by Peter T. Nesbett and Michelle DuBois; Native American Art: The Collections of the Ethnological Museum, Berlin by Peter Bolz and Hans-Ulrich Sanner; Messages from Frank™s Landing by Charles Wilkinson. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 50% on backlist orders of 10 or more trade books; annual white sale. Booth: 2520.
UNIV. OF WISCONSIN PRESS
Publishes nonfiction trade and scholarly books, p try and Midwest regional books. Featured: Stars in My Eyes by Don Bachardy; Privileged Moments: Encounters with Writers by Jeffrey Meyers; Emile de Antonio: Radical Filmmaker by Randolph Lewis; Bryher: Two Novels: Development and Two Selves by Bryher; The Isherwood Century: Essays on the Life and Work of Christopher Isherwood, edited by James J. Berg and Chris Freeman; Confronting History: A Memoir by George L. Mosse; Gone Fishing by Bob Rashid; Backpacking Wisconsin by Jack P. Hailman and Elizabeth D. Hailman; Fishing the Great Lakes: An Environmental History, 1783-1933; Indian Mounds of Wisconsin by Robert A. Birmingham and Leslie E. Eisenberg; The World of Mike Royko by Doug M ; From the Sin-Ã© CafÃ© to the Black Hills: Notes on the New Irish by Eamonn Wall; The Gift in Sixteenth Century France by Natalie Zemon Davis; Beyond Affirmative Action by Robert Ibarra. Giveaways: Stars in My Eyes sunglasses. Discounts: 45% on one order (front-, backlist or combined); three-minimum requirement (textbooks excluded). Booth: 3015.
UNIV. PRESS OF COLORADO
UNIV. PRESS OF KANSAS
Publishes regional-interest and western Americana titles, as well as books on American history and politics, military history and presidential studies. Featured: Oliver Stone™s USA, edited by Robert Brent Toplin; Tom Taylor™s Civil War by Albert Castel; UFOs and Abductions: Challenging the Borders of Knowledge, edited by David M. Jacobs; Reinventing Democrats: The Politics of Liberalism from Reagan to Clinton by Kenneth S. Baer; Inside Hitler™s High Command by Geoffrey P. Megargee; The Presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt by George McJimsey; A Hole in the World (10th anniversary edition) by Richard Rhodes. Giveaways: unidentified flying objects. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 1963.
UNIV. PRESS OF KENTUCKY
Publishes general and regional-interest titles on history, film, entertainment studies, military history, political science, women™s studies and popular culture. Featured: The GI Generation: A Memoir by Frank F. Mathias; Stroheim by Arthur Lennig; Broadcasting Freedom: The Cold War Triumph of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty by Arch Puddington; All This Hell: U.S. Nurses Imprisoned by the Japanese by Evelyn M. Monahan and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee; Judgement at Tokyo: The Japanese War Crimes Trials by Tim Maga; When Prophecy Still Had a Voice: The Letters of Thomas Merton and Robert Lax, edited by Arthur W. Biddle; The Mighty Eighth in World War II: A Memoir by Gen. J. Kemp McLaughlin; America and Guerrilla Warfare by Anthony James J s; Creatures of Darkness: Raymond Chandler, Detective Fiction, and Film Noir by Gene Phillips; The Reluctant Film Art of Woody Allen by Peter J. Bailey. Giveaways: copies of The GI Generation. Discounts: 45% (no minimum); free freight on in-stock titles. Booth: 1961.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
Publishes scholarly and trade titles on various academic disciplines as well as fiction and literature. Featured: Charles M. Schulz: Conversations, edited by M. Thomas Inge; Muffler Men by Patrick A. Polk and Timothy C. Correll; Black Superher s, Milestone Comics, and Their Fans by Jeffrey A. Brown; Accidental Ambassador Gordo: The Comic Strip Art of Gus Arriola by Robert Harvey and Gus Arriola; My Mississippi by Willie Morris, photographic narrative by David Rae Morris; German Boy: A Refugee™s Story by Wolfgang W.F. Samuel; Red Stick Men: Stories by Tim Parrish; Earl Hooker, Blues Master by Sebastian Danchin; Stanley Kubrick: Interviews, edited by Gene Phillips; Oliver Stone: Interviews, edited by Charles L.P. Silet. Giveaways: posters, postcards, bookmarks. Discounts: 48% on backlist orders of 10 or more titles (shipped to one address). Booths: 2562, 2563.
UNIV. PRESS OF NEW ENGLAND
Publishes scholarly and regional interest titles in a variety of disciplines; member-publishers include Brandeis, Dartmouth, Middlebury, New Hampshire, Tufts and Wesleyan; client-publishers include Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, National P try Foundation, Peter Randall Publications, The Sheep Meadow Press, Library of Congress, Farnsworth Museum and Winterthur Museum. Featured: Rain Line by Anne Whitney Pierce; Too Much of a Good Thing Is Wonderful by Regina Barreca; The Abortion Myth: Feminism, Morality, and the Hard Choices Women Make by Leslie Cannold; Suddenly Jewish: Jews Raised as Gentiles Discover Their Jewish Roots by Barbara Kessel. Giveaways: copies of Pipers at the Gates of Dawn: A Triptych by Lynn Stegner. Discounts: 45% on 1999 publications; one free with five on titles on or about women. Booth: 2524.
U-OCEAN USA CORP.
U.S.A. BOOKS ABROAD INC.
U.S. Department of Commerce Certified Export Trading Company for the U.S. Books Abroad; organizer of the American Collective Stand at the Frankfurt Book Fair and co-organizer with the Combined Book Exhibit of the BEA International Collective Exhibits and the American Collective Stand at the London Book Fair and Prague Book Fair. Booth: 4231.
U.S. GAMES SYSTEMS INC.
Publishes tarot decks, books and sets and theme-playing cards. Featured: Donna Kern™s Animal Alphabet deck/book set; George S. Patton Leadership cards; Whimsical, One World tarot deck; Sephiroth tarot deck; Wolf Song deck/book set; Power of Flowers deck/book set. Discounts: extra 5%. Booth: 2034.
U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
USMAN AND SONS
U.S. MEDIA HOLDINGS INC.
Booths: 3549, 3649.
VANDERBILT UNIV. PRESS
This short- to medium-run book manufacturing company offers both web and sheet-fed printing. Featured: book samples of books. Giveaways: candy. Booth: 3555.
THE VEGETARIAN RESOURCE GROUP
This nonprofit group publishes books, magazines, newsletters, brochures, postcards and other information related to vegetarianism. Featured: several titles by Debra Wasserman including Conveniently Vegan, No-Cholesterol Passover Recipes, The Lowfat Jewish Vegetarian Cookbook; Simply Vegan and Vegan Handbook, both by Debra Wasserman and Reed Mangels; Leprechaun Cake and Other Tales by Vonnie Crist; Vegetarian Journal™s Guide to Natural Foods Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada by The Vegetarian Resource Group; Meatless Meals for Working People; Vegan in Volume by Nancy Berkoff. Giveaways: copies of Vegetarian Journal; I Love Animals and Broccoli coloring and activity books; Vegetarian Nutrition for Teenagers brochure; Una Dieta Vegetariana pamphlet; bumper stickers. Booth: 3214.
This division of Inside Communications publishes books of interest to and about cyclists and multisport athletes; offers books under the Mountain Sports Press imprint; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured from VeloPress: Zinn & the Art of Road Bike Maintenance by Lennard Zinn; The Mountain Biker™s Training Bible by J Friel; Graham Watson: 20 Years of Cycling Photographs by Graham Watson; The Heart Rate Monitor Book for Outdoor or Indoor Cyclists by Sally Edwards and Sally Reed; Training Plans for Multisport Athletes by Gale Bernhardt; The 2000 Tour de France by John Wilcockson. From Mountain Sports Press: Good Things to Know About Gliding in the Snow by Stu Campbell and Tim Petrick; Vail: A Dream Fulfilled by Peter W. Seibert, with William Oscar Johnson. Drawings: booksellers can register to win a new road bike. Discounts: 48%, no minimum; see the PGW booth for details. Booth: 1752.
VERLAG FRIEDRICH PUSTET
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
VERLAG HERDER GMBH & CO.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
VERLAG HERMANN BAUER GMBH & CO. KG
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
VERLAG KIEPENHEUER & WITSCH
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
This first-time exhibitor publishes hardcover gift books by author and artist, Donna Green. Featured: titles by Donna Green, including To My Son, with Love (memory book); To My Daughter, with Love (photograph album). Giveaways: posters from To My Son, with Love. Drawings: for a framed limited-edition print. Booths: 5209, 5210.
An independent publisher specializing in books on social sciences and humanities; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured: Magical Urbanism: Latinos Reinvent the U.S. Big City by Mike Davis; Private Warriors by Ken Silverstein; No One Left to Lie To by Christopher Hitchens. Booth: 2118.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
VICTORY BOOK STALL
THE VILLAGE HEALERS
This first-time exhibitor publishes books on women™s health issues; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: 5 Steps to a PMS-Free Life by George J. Kallins, M.D. and Gloria Keeling. Booth: 3731.
VILLAGE VOICE LITERARY SUPPLEMENT
VISTA COMPUTER SERVICES
An information systems company supporting operations for more than 1000 publishers, delivering front-office, back-office and e-business solutions for the publishing industry. Featured: product demonstrations of Product Information Manager, Publishing Intelligence and Production Manager. Booth: 2778.
Booths: 4002, 4203.
VISUAL TEACHING SYSTEMS INC.
VITAL HEALTH PUBLISHING
This wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Shogakukan is the leading U.S. publisher of Japanese animation/anime and comics for English-speaking audiences; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: titles from the PokÃ©mon series, including PokÃ©mon Tales, PokÃ©mon Origami and Let™s Find PokÃ©mon; Dragon Ball Z series; Ranma 1/2; graphic novels; calendars. Giveaways: brochures, catalogues, signage. Discounts: 48% with no minimum order; see the PGW booth for details. Booth: 1863.
VON HOFFMANN GRAPHICS
Publishes and distributes books and calendars on wildlife, natural history, regional-interest topics, Americana, transportation, cookery and pets. Featured: Classic Fishing Lures and Tackles by Eric L. Sorenson, photographs by Howard Lambert; The Way of the Whitetail by Leonard Lee Rue III; This Old Harley; Labs Afield; 101 Uses for an Old Farm Tractor. Booth: 934.
WALDMAN HOUSE PRESS
Publishes children™s books, specialty fiction and gift books. Featured: Reading with Dad by Dick Jorgensen, illus. by Warren Hanson; The Gift of Memory and The Gift of an Angel, both written and illus. by Marianne Richmond; Older Love and The Next Place, both written and illus. by Warren Hanson; A Memory of Christmas Tea, A Cup of Christmas Tea (book; audiocassette; ornament book); Peef the Christmas Bear and A Silent Night for Peef, both by Tom Hegg, illus. by Warren Hanson. Discounts: 45%; pro-forma or credit-card orders only; nonreturnable; 12-copy minimum. Booth: 4143.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
WALKER & CO.
Publishes general-trade nonfiction, mysteries, large-print inspirational titles and children™s books. Featured: E=MC2 by David Bodanis; The Boxer Rebellion by Dianna Preston; The Procrastinator™s Handbook by Rita Emmett; Sweeping Changes by Gary Thorp; Brigham™s Day by John Gates; new mysteries by Jeanne Dams, Carol Lea Benjamin and James Sallis; Testing Miss Malarkey by Judy Fincher, illus. by Kevin O™Malley. Discounts: 50%, free freight on orders of five or more. Booth: 1209.
WALKING STICK PRESS
An imprint of F&W Publications. Booths: 2368, 2468.
This first-time exhibitor offers cdBooks, digital versions complete with graphics, audio files and bookmarks of classic and contemporary fiction and popular nonfiction titles. Featured: Savage Whispers by Ruth Hudson Savage; A Voyage Through the Cosmos by Robert Marcom; Getting Yourself Together by Marilyn Gilbert Komechak; The A to Z of Wall Street by Sandra S. Hildreth-Wellborn; The Scarlet Pimpernel and Other Tales by Baroness Orczy. Drawings: for one complete set of all current Waltsan cdBooks titles. Discounts: free freight on orders over $500 and a free 36-cdBook counter display. Booth: 4671.
Publishes hardcover, trade, mass market and audio books. Featured from Warner Books/ Hardcover: The Rescue by Nicholas Sparks; The Letter of the Law by Tim Green; The Switch by Sandra Brown; Scenes from My Life by Andrea Bocelli; Wish You Well by David Baldacci; Hidden Treasures by Leigh Keno and Leslie Keno with Joan Barzillay Freund; Anything G s by Larry King with Pat Piper; The First Counsel by Brad Meltzer; Inside Out by Microsoft; Buster™s Diaries, as told to Roy Hattersly; I™d Rather Laugh by Linda Richman; Counting Coup by Larry Colton; Mirage by Don Passman; Eternal Journey by Carol Hutton; Angel on My Shoulder by Natalie Cole with Mim Eichler; What Remains by Nicholas Del Banco; Out of the Night That Covers Me by Pat Cunningham Devoto; Talking Money by Jean Chatzky; L.A. Justice by Christopher Darden and Dick Lochte; A Call to Conscience, edited by Clayborne Carson; Every Day I Love You More by Nancy Shulins. From Mysterious Press/Hardcover: The Bottoms by J R. Lansdale; The Marble Mask by Archer Mayor; Flashfire by Richard Stark; One Virgin Too Many by Lindsey Davis; Murder Me Now by Annette Meyers; Fall of a Cosmonaut by Stuart M. Kaminsky. From Aspect/Hardcover: Wheelers by Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen. From Warner Trade: The Harvard Lampoon™s Guide to College Admissions by the editors of the Harvard Lampoon; Reason for Hope by Jane Goodall, with Phillip Berman; Come to the Table by Doris Christopher; The Secret of Shambhala by James Redfield; Making a Life, Making a Living by Mark Albion; Employee Rights Handbook by Steven Michael Sack; The Portable Pundit by T.E. Krieger; Too Nice for Your Own Good by Duke Robinson; Old Scores by Nicholas Delbanco; Little Book of Foot Care by Erika Dillman; From Reel to Deal by Dov Simens; Life Is a Movie Starring You by Jennifer Brandt; The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by Clayborne Carson; Beep! Beep! by Chip R. Bell and Oren Harari; Live Now, Age Later by Isadore Rosenfeld, M.D.; Secrets of the Signs by Stacey Wolf. From Aspect/Trade: The UFO Enigma by Peter A. Sturrock. From Aspect/Mass Market: The Naked God, Part 1 by Peter F. Hamilton. From Warner Books/Mass Market: Pop G s the Weasel by James Patterson; Void Moon by Michael Connelly; A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks; Bird Watching by Larry Bird; Heartbreaker by Robert Ferrigno; Just Revenge by Alan Dershowitz; The You I Never Knew by Susan Wiggs; A Highland Christmas by M.C. Beaton. From Warner Vision/Mass Market: Saving Faith by David Baldacci; Jackie, Ethel, Joan by J. Randy Taraborrelli; Personal Injuries by Scott Turow; The Lion™s Game by Nelson DeMille; The Color of Night by David Lindsay. Giveaways: advance copies. Booths: 1512, 1612.
WARNER BROS. WORLDWIDE
The publishing, music and interactive licensing arm of Warner Bros. Featured: children™s titles featuring Warner Bros. cartoon-characters from The Looney Tunes, Cartoon Network, Scooby Doo and Powerpuff Girl; entire licensed publishing program for Harry Potter (a Warner Bros. feature film). Booth: LA29.
WARP GRAPHICS INC.
WATERMARK INT™L INC.
Specializes in books on the fine arts and art instruction, photography, music, theatre, film, interior design, architecture, graphic design, style and crafts; imprints include Billboard Books, Amphoto Books and Backstage Books; affiliated publishers include Allworth Press, C&T Publishing and Graphis. Featured: Batman Beyond Files by Scott Sonneborn; Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker by Paul Dini; Eternal Egypt: Pharaohs, Caesars, Caliphs & Sultans by Werner Forman; History and Technique of Special Effects by Richard Rickett and Terry Gilliam; Paul McCartney: I Saw Him Standing There by Jorie B. Gracen; Billboard Illustrated Encyclopedia of Classical Music by Stanley Sadie and Vladimir Ashkenazy; MAD: Cover to Cover by Frank Jacobs; Fushion Interiors: The International Design of Andrew Martin by Martin Walker and Dominic Bradury; Architecture: The Critics Choice by Dan Cruickshank; A World of Our Own: Women as Artists Since the Renaissance by Frances Borzello; Aaron Copland™s America by Gail Levin and Judith Tick; Brilliant Color at Home: Paint, Fabric, Light, Glass by Elizabeth Hilliard; Lost Chicago by David Garrard Lowe; Christie™s Art Deco by Fiona Gallager; How to Draw Fast Cars, Monster Trucks and Fighter Jets by Christopher Hart. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: free freight on orders of 25 or more books. Booths: 931, 1031.
WAYNE STATE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes titles on African studies, film and television studies, Jewish studies, literature, regional studies and speech and language pathology studies; publishes academic journals. Featured: Enterprising Images: The Goodridge Brothers, African American Photographers, 1847-1922 by John Vincent Jezierski; Detroit Kids Catalog: A Family Guide for the 21st Century by Ellyce Field; Feminist Hollywood: From Born In Flames to Point Break by Christina Lane; Mythologies of Violence in Postmodern Media, edited by Christopher Sharrett; Art in Detroit Public Places: Revised Edition by Dennis Nawrocki. Giveaways: postcards; pencils; pens; lollipops; Post-it note pads; trash bags. Drawings: participating in a bookseller raffle for seven prize packages worth $650 each. Discounts: 45% on frontlist; 50% on backlist. Booth: 3878.
Produces and distributes English-language books on Japan, Asia and the Pacific covering a range of subjects, including art and design, martial arts, travel, popular culture, history, archeology and cooking. Featured: George Mallory by David Robertson; Essential Anatomy for Martial Arts and Healing by Marc Tedeschi; Why Is Everybody Always Picking on Us? by Terrence Webster-Doyle; Zen Teaching, Zen Practice: Philip Kapleau and the Three Pillars of Zen, edited by Kenneth Kraft; Gracious Gifts by Charlotte Anderson; Martial Arts After 40 by San H. Kim; Martial Arts for Women by Jennifer Lawler; Practical Feng Shui for Your Workplace by Albert Low. Booth: 616.
S. WEBB & SON
Webcrafters is a printer and book manufacturer. Featured: company services and samples. Booth: 3194.
Specializes in mysticism, astrology, tarot, magic, the Kabbalah, Eastern philosophy and alternative health traditions; also provides distribution services for more than 200 publishers. Featured: Path to the Soul by Ashok Bedi, M.D.; The Tao of Self Defense by Scott Shaw; Mudras: Yoga in Your Hands by Gertrud Hirschi; Compact Tai Chi by Jesse Tsao; Kali™s Odiyya, A Shaman™s True Story of Initiation by Amarananda Bhairavan. Giveaways: canvas book bag with show order. Discounts: 50% on Weiser, Binkey Kok and Nicolas-Hays front- and backlist titles; free freight on orders of 50 or more books. Special Events: tarot readings at the booth, June 3, 2-3 p.m. Booth: 2038.
WELDON OWEN PUBLISHING
This packager and publisher produces illustrated books and reference guides for the U.S. and international markets; includes Gold Street Press imprint. Featured: The Savoring Cookbooks series (five titles); Williams-Sonoma New American Cooking series (six titles); Williams-Sonoma Kid™s Cookbook; Williams-Sonoma Kitchen Companion; Williams-Sonoma Complete Classic Cookbook; Williams-Sonoma Cooks Collection; Pathfinders series (six titles); Atlas of the Universe; Gardener™s Encyclopedia; Encyclopedia of Flowers; Animal Kingdom; Dinosaurs; Planet Earth; Over Hawaii; American Experience; Great Buildings; BBQ Cookbook; upcoming series and titles from children™s illustrated reference. Booths: 3552, 3652.
WE LOVE COUNTRY
Publishes landscape photo guidebooks, coffee-table books and calendars. Featured: Continental Divide Trail guidebook series; Utah, An Historical Perspective by Tom Till; Oregon, An Historical Perspective by Steve Terrill; Ode to Appalachian Trail by Earl Shafer. Discounts: extra 2% plus free freight. Booth: 1363.
WESTMINSTER/JOHN KNOX PRESS
A member of the Perseus Books Group. Booths: 2320, 2420.
W.G.P. DISTRIBUTION CO. INC.
WHAT IS ENLIGHTENMENT? MAGAZINE
A magazine on contemporary spirituality published by Moksha Press. Featured: What Is Enlightenment? current issue. Giveaways: copies of What Is Enlightenment? Drawings: for free subscriptions. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 3807.
This first-time exhibitor publishes hardcover and paperback large-print titles; offers value paperbacks under its new imprint, Large Print Press. Featured from Wheeler Publishing: Day of Reckoning by Jack Higgins; Hugger Mugger by Robert B. Parker; Sick Puppy by Carl Hiaasen; Plainsong by Kent Haruf. From Large Print Press: Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom; Angela™s Ashes by Frank McCourt; The Locket by Richard Paul Evans; Southern Cross by Patricia Cornwell; Send No Flowers by Sandra Brown. Giveaways: books (limited quantities). Discounts: extra 10% to new accounts. Booth: 4359.
WHITE BRIDGE COMMUNICATIONS
A division of Ingram Book Group that publishes book-related entertainment magazines and seasonal and customized catalogues for stores, libraries and associations. Featured: copies of Beyond the Cover and The African-American Connection; sample catalogues. Booth: 2049.
WHITE CLIFFS MEDIA
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 2041.
WHITE CLOUD PRESS
KEN WHITE CONSULTANTS
ALBERT WHITMAN & CO.
Publishes children™s books, preschool through grade eight. Featured: Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa Story by Angela Shelf Medearis, illus. by Daniel Minter; Jungle Halloween by Maryann Cocca-Leffler; The Runaway Latkes by Leslie Kimmelman, illus. by Paul Yalowitz; Haunting at Home Plate by David Patneaude; The Christmas Menorahs: How a Town Fought Hate by Janice Cohn, illus. by Bill Farnsworth. Giveaways: posters, bookmarks, postcards. Booth: 625.
WHITTLES PUBLISHING SERVICES
Publishes books on civil engineering, surveying and photogrammetry and applied science for professionals and academics, as well as Scottish interest and natural history, nautical and maritime-themed titles. Featured: Datums and Map Projections; A High and Lonely Place; The Principles of Thermal Sciences and Their Application to Engineering; Everest-The Man and the Mountain; Rock Lighthouses of Britain; Close Range Photogrammetry and Machine Vision. Booth: 3504.
WHO PUBLICATIONS CENTER USA
W. WHORTON & CO.
WHO™S WHO IN ITALY SRL
Booths: 4002, 4203.
MICHAEL WIESE PRODUCTIONS
Publishes a line of professional film and video books; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: Script Magic: Subconscious Techniques to Conquer Writers™ Block by Marisa D™Vari; Storyboarding 101: A Crash Course in Professional Storyboarding by James Fraioli; From Word to Image: Storyboarding and the Filmmaking Process by Marcie Begleiter; Writing the Second Act: Building Conflict and Tension in Your Film Script by Michael Halperin. Giveaways: Script Magic Crayon Packs. Special Events: tarot card readings. Booth: 3731.
WIKKI STIX CO.
WILDCAT CANYON PRESS
This division of Circulus Publishing Group offers books on women™s issues, home and family, spirituality, psychology, self-help and personal growth; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Those Who Can... Coach by Lorraine Glennon and Roy Leavitt; Bountiful Women by Bonnie Bernell; Life After Baby by Wynn McClenahan; Stepmothers and Stepdaughters by Karen Annarino; Calling Texas Home by Wells J. Teague. Booth: 1852.
WILD GOOSE CO.
JOHN WILEY & SONS INC.
Publishes in both traditional and electronic formats for the trade, professional and educational marketplace. Featured: Multiple Streams of Income: How to Generate a Lifetime of Unlimited Wealth by Robert Allan; The Power of Gold: A Story of Obsession by Peter L. Bernstein; The Carbohydrate Addict™s Cookbook by Drs. Rachel and Richard Heller; Memos to the President: Management Advice from the Nation™s Chief Executive Officers by James J. Schiro; Making the Cisco Connection: The Story Behind the Real Internet Superpower by David Bunnell; Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive by Patrick Lencioni; Secrets and Lies: Digital Security in a Networked World by Bruce Schneier; Step into a World: A Global Anthology of the New Black Literature by Kevin Powell; The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany by Martin Goldsmith; Dam Right! Behind the Scenes with Berkshire-Hathaway Billionaire Charlie Munger by Janet Lowe. Drawings: daily for a Win Six Books of Your Choice raffle to be held at the close of each day (booksellers and librarians). Discounts: see booth for details on discount information, freight allowance and dating plans. Booths: 2324, 2424.
WILLIAMSON PUBLISHING CO.
Offers hands-on activity learning books in science and nature, arts and crafts, cooking, social studies and more. Featured: the Kaleidoscope Kids series; Kids Can! series. Drawings: daily for books from the preschool selections. Discounts: 50%; free freight on orders of 15 or more books. Booth: 655.
WILLOW BROOK PRESS
WILLOW CREEK PRESS
Offers books, videos and calendars on wildlife, hunting, fishing, pets, garden, cooking and birding. Featured: Urban Dog Training by Cis Frankel; Labrador Retrievers by Steve Smith; Golden Retrievers by Jason Smith; Hollywood Meals: Reel Menus from Classic Films by Rob DiSilvestre; Labs Afield: Hunting with America™s Favorite Retriever by Denver Bryan and E. Donnall Thomas Jr. Discounts: 50%, free freight with 10-book minimum. Booth: 2577.
WINDHAM BAY PRESS
WINE APPRECIATION GUILD
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 2041.
Publishes children™s books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: Chicken Chuck by Bill Martin Jr., illus. by Steven Salerno; Dear Mr. President series (two titles) by Jennifer Armstrong; Aria of the Sea by Dia Calhoun; Apples Apples Apples, written and illus.by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace; The Runaway Tortilla by Eric A. Kimmel, illus. by Randy Cecil; Veggie Soup, written and illus. by Dorothy Donohue; Harley Like a Person by Cat Bauer; When They Fight by Kathryn White, illus. by Cliff Wright; The Practically Perfect Pajamas, written and illus. by Erik Brooks; Tell a Bunny, written and illus. by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace; Dee and Bee by Robin Isabel Ahrens, illus. by Amanda Haley; Tobias the Quig and the Rumplenut Tree, written and illus. by Tim Robinson. Giveaways: posters, advance copies of Harley Like a Person and Aria of the Sea. Booths: 1562-1565.
WISDOM MEDIA GROUP
The Wisdom Media Group is devoted to encouraging personal development and global awareness through television, radio and Internet programming; exhibiting in the NAPRA pavilion. Featured: the Wisdom Store (www.wisdommedia.com); the Wisdom Collection (catalogue); Corinne Edwards Interviews (television series); Inner Wisdom (radio series). Drawings: for a gift basket filled with books and other Wisdom goodies. Booth: 1431.
Wisdom is a not-for-profit publisher of authentic Buddhist works; distributed by the National Book Network. Featured: Women™s Buddhism, Buddhism™s Women: Tradition, Revision, Renewal, edited by Ellison Banks Findly; Zen™s Chinese Heritage: The Masters and Their Teachings by Andy Ferguson; Buddhist Peacework: Creating Cultures of Peace, edited by David W. Chappell; The Diamond Sutra: Transforming the Way We Perceive the World by Mu S ng. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 3731.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 4412.
WIZARDS OF THE COAST
Booths: 1316, 1416.
Publishes children™s books, building-block sets, toys, Advent calendars and Judaic gifts. Featured: Traveling with Barney (building blocks); Let™s Get Dressed (mix ™n™ match blocks); Play Ball; Let™s Play Soccer; Time for Bed: Night Shadows; Flip Along Fun; Buster™s Bedtime. Discounts: freight allowance. Booth: 614.
WOMEN WRITING THE WEST
Women Writing the West is a nonprofit organization of writers and others interested in promoting literature of women™s experience in the West; sponsor of the Willa Cather Awards recognizing excellence in this genre. Featured: Daughter of Joy by JoAnn Levy; Lightning in a Drought Year by Michelle Black. Booth: SP118.
WORDS DISTRIBUTING CO.
This full service distributor represents 23 independent presses that publish fiction and nonfiction on business, metaphysics, spirituality, gay and lesbian issues, feminist studies, complementary health and healing. Featured: titles from various client-publishers including Ashgrove Press, Divina, Findhorn Press, Fons Vitae, the Golden Sufi Center, Hayward Books, Healthy Healing Publications, Inner Directions, Keep It Simple Books/Zen Meditation Center, Lao Tse Press, Mandala Publishing Group, Maypop, Paradigm Publications, Phanes Press, Present Perfect Books, Quantum Institute, Siddha Yoga Publications, Spinsters Ink, Swedenborg Foundation/Chrysalis Press, White Cliffs Media, Whiteaker Press and Wingbow Press. Discounts: 50% on orders of 25 or more units; 50% plus free freight on orders of 50 or more units. Special Events: Swedenborg Foundation is sponsoring a luncheon, Aligning with the Sacred in the New Millennium, June 3; see booth for details. Booth: 2041.
WORKMAN PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes general-interest trade titles in how-to and other nonfiction categories; divisions include Artisan (gift books) and Algonquin Books (literary fiction and nonfiction); distributes Black Dog & Leventhal. Featured: The Beauty Book by Rona Berg; Wine Primer by Karen MacNeil; Amazin™ Gracie by Dan Dye and Mark Beckloff; Three Black Shirts by Anna Johnson; Totally Brooklyn by Michael Robbins; How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less by Nicholas Boothman; Even God Is Single by Karen Salmansohn. Giveaways: tote bags. Drawings: daily for a gift basket. Special Events: Brain Quest Bus will be present; a special Brain Quest Challenge will take place. Booths: 824, 1025.
WORLD AGENCIES LTD.
WORLD ALMANAC BOOKS
Publishes popular reference books. Featured: The World Almanac 2001; The World Almanac for Kids 2001. Booth: 1321.
WORLD EDUCATIONAL GUILD INC.
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
WORLD LEISURE CORPORATION
WORLD MEDIA GROUP
This Massachusetts-based wholesale company offers remainder, promotional, bargain and closeout books with more than 6000 titles in stock in all categories and subjects; also publishes quality illustrated books under its JG Press imprint. Featured: The 20th Century; The Ultimate Grill Book. Booths: 2360, 2460.
WORLD WIDE AUCTION CATALOGUES INC.
WORLDWIDE MEDIA SERVICE INC.
Imports and exports magazines and books. Booth: 4705.
WRITER™S DIGEST BOOKS
An imprint of F&W Publications. Booth: 2368.
WRITERS & READERS PUBLISHING
WRITE WAY PUBLISHING
WRITINGS OF MARY BAKER EDDY
Booths: 4002, 4203.
X-S BOOKS INC.
Distributes graphic-design remainders, magazines and annuals, as well as general-trade titles from other categories. Booth: 3056.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes books and electronic products in the humanities, social science and life sciences and on the arts; exclusive book distributor for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Featured from Yale University Press: Humanity by John Glover; The Birth of Time by John Gribbin; The Hutterites of Montana by Laura Wilson; Seeing Salvation by Nail MacGregor; The Yale Album by Richard Benson; Battered Women by Elizabeth Schneider. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art: New York, 1825-1861: Art and the Empire City; The Year One; The Golden Deer of Eurasia. Giveaways: tote bags. Discounts: 46%, free freight on backlist orders of 10 or more books (10-copy limit per title). Booth: 2012.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 3731.
HARRISON B. YOUNG
ZANICHELLI EDITORE SPA
Booths: 4002, 4203.
ZELCO INDUSTRIES INC.
ZINO PRESS CHILDREN™S BOOKS
Publishes rhyming and multicultural books for children; represents Knowledge Unlimited posters and resource guides for educators. Featured: The Rules and Fall Is Not Easy, both by Marty Kelley; Editorial Cartoons by Kids 2000 by the Editors of NewsCurrents; How to Be the Greatest Writer in the World and What™s Up with You, Taquandra Fu?, both by Matt Cibula: A Drawing in the Sand: A Story of African American Art by Jerry Butler; Sweet Words So Brave: The Story of African American Literature by Barbara Curry and James Michael Brodie; The Extra Nose by Daniel DiPrima; Be a Friend: The Story of African American Music by Leotha Stanley. Drawings: to win a Knowledge Unlimited poster set. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 208.
Publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction, as well as p try and art books of literary interest; distributed by Consortium Books Sales & Distribution. Featured: The Imaginary Voyage: With Theodor Herzl in Israel by Shimon Peres; Fool™s Gold by Jane S. Smith; Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic by Harvey Oxenhorn; The Genius of the World by Alice Lichtenstein; A Circle Around Her by Jonathan Strong; Most Way Home, p ms by Kevin Young; Serenade, p ms by Bill Berkson; Cuban Journal: A P t in the Venceremos Brigade, 1970, p ms by J l Sloman. Giveaways: signed copies of Fool™s Gold; advance copies of Tuning the Rig. Discounts: 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books. Special Events: one of the sponsors the Independent Press Party; see Consortium Books Sales & Distribution booth for details. Booth: 4456.
ZOME TOOL SYSTEM
Back ToBEA 2000