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TAHRIKE TARSILE QUR'AN
TAIPEI INT'L BOOK EXHIBITION
This annual exhibition is the largest of its kind in Asia, with more than 300,000 visitors and 1,000 publishers from 47 countries in attendance this year; concentrates on rights exchange in the Chinese-language literary marketplace. Featured: trade show information. Booth: 2320.
Publishes family, communication, educational and Christian games and puzzles. Featured: The Ungame; Life Stories; VeggieTales; I Love Lucy; Andy Griffith Show; The Three Stooges; Movie Mania; MathSmart; GeoShapes; Geo/Derby; Left Behind--The Movie; The Bible Library; Bibleman. Discounts: extra 10% off wholesale. Booth: 737.
TALK MIRAMAX BOOKS
Publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction; trade paperbacks for adults and children. Featured:Leap of Faith by Queen Noor of Jordan; Summerland by Michael Chabon; In the Name of Ishmael by Guiseppe Genna; A History of Britain: Vol. III by Simon Schama; The Semi-Homemade Cookbook by Sandra Lee; Grace Under Pressure by Dan Kindlon. Giveaways: advance copies, blads. Booth: 3550.
TALLER DEL EXITO
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4768.
TARTAN BOOK SALES
A division of Brodart. Booth: 2934.
Publishes books about house and home; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: launching Updating Classic America Series, including Bungalows: Design Ideas for Renovating, Remodeling, and Building New by Louis Wasserman and Caren Connolly; Sarah Susanka Not So Big Solutions for Your Home by Sarah Susanka; Patterns of Home by Max Jacobson, Murray Silverstein and Barbara Winslow; Habitat for Humanity How to Build a House; Taunton's Storage Idea Book by Joanne Bouknight. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2733-2737.
TAYLOR TRADE PUBLISHING
This trade imprint of Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group offers books on gardening, history, entertainment, sports and travel; distributed by National Book Network. Featured: titles from the fall 2002 list. Booth: 4615.
TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS
TEACHERS COLLEGE PRESS
Publishes books and multimedia materials on education, psychology and women's studies for teachers, parents, educators and general readers; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Refusing Racism: White Allies and the Struggle for Civil Rights by Cynthia Stokes Brown; Keeping the Struggle Alive: Studying Desegregation in Our Town by Bernadette Anand et al.; The Testing Trap: How State Writing Assessments Control Learning by George Hillocks; Whose History? The Struggle for National Standards in American Classrooms by Linda Symcox. Discounts: free freight on orders of five or more titles. Booth: 5218.
Exports U.S. publications around the world; distributed by International Publishers Marketing. Booth: 4942.
Packages illustrated books on history, travel, sports, personalities, nature and wildlife; provides publishers with everything from concepts through finished books, including brand licensing agreements. Featured:Apollo: The Epic Journey to the Moon by David West Reynolds; The Heart of a Champion: Celebrating the Spirit & Character of America's Sports Heroes by Frank Deford; The Ford Century: Ford Motor Company and the Innovations That Shaped the World by Russ Banham; Winning the Wild West: The Epic Saga of the American Frontier, 1800-1899 by Page Stegner; Ray Evernham: Racer, Innovator, Leader by Deb Williams; No Boundaries: Spirit of Adventure, photography of Galen Rowell; Lindbergh: Flight's Enigmatic Hero by Von Hardesty; Cooking with Grey Goose Vodka by Chef Pascal Courtin. Booths: 4840, 4841.
TEMPLETON FOUNDATION PRESS
Specializes in books on science and religion, spirituality and health, character development and business. Featured:Wisdom from World Religions: Pathways Toward Heaven on Earth by Sir John Templeton; In the Mind of God, edited by Michael Reagan; A Concealed God by Stefan Einhorn. Giveaways: samplers of Wisdom from World Religions. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 5104.
TEMPLE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes academic and scholarly works as well as general-interest trade titles. Featured:Fireweed: A Political Autobiography by Gerda Lerner; White Boy: A Memoir by Mark Naison; Empire City: The Making and Meaning of the New York City Landscape by David M. Scobey; New Jack Jocks: Rebels, Race, and the American Athlete by Larry Platt; The Philadelphia Area Weather Book by Jon Nese and Glenn Schwartz. Giveaways: clip-on thermometers, T-shirts. Booth: 5118.
TE NEUES PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes books on art, photography and architecture as well as calendars and museum stationery products; a part of te Neues Publishing Group. Featured:Pageant; Uncommon Denominator; Archipockets; Bon Voyage; Los Angeles Houses; Berlin Apartments; Paris Apartments; Tokyo Apartments; New York: Photographsby Lance Lensfield; Cindy Sherman: Selected Works, 1975- 1995; Auguste Rodin: Images of Desire. Discounts: 50% on 25 or more backlist books; 55% (nonreturnable) on non-dated stationery products; no minimums. Booth: 4308.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Publishes books to entertain, enlighten and inform. Featured:Why Paint Cats by Burton Silver; What Color Is Your Parachute 2003 by Richard Nelson Bolles. Drawings: for booksellers to win $500 worth of Ten Speed books. Discounts: free freight on 25 or more backlist titles. Special Events: experience a simulated climb of Mt. Everest at the booth. Booths: 3814, 3815.
TERRACOTTA BOOKS & MEDIA
This first-time exhibitor offers nonfiction books. Featured:The Healthy Hedonist: A Fun Seeker's Guide to Great Health by Janet Bridges. Booth: 1410.
TERRIFIC SCIENCE BOOKS, KITS & MORE
TEXAS A&M UNIV. PRESS CONSORTIUM
This 10-member consortium--Texas A&M Univ. Press, Baylor Univ. Press, McWhiney Foundation Press, Southern Methodist Univ. Press, Texas Christian Univ. Press, Texas Review Press of Sam Houston State Univ., Texas State Historical Assn., Univ. of North Texas Press, Texas Almanac, the Dallas Morning News and Winedale Publishing--publishes general trade and scholarly books; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Casualty of War: Leaving Opa's Village by Luisa Lang Owen; The Unholy Alliance: Greece and Serbia in the Nineties by Takis Michas; Victory on the Potomac: The Goldwater-Nichols Act Unifies the Pentagon by James R. Locher III; FDR and Fear Itself: The First Inaugural Address by Davis W. Houck; Fishing Yesterday's Gulf Coast by Barney Farley; Texas Flags by Robert Maberry Jr.; Radio Elvis and Other Stories by John Irsfeld; The Light Crust Doughboys Are on the Air by John Mark Dempsey; Requiem for a Summer Cottage by Barbara Lockhart; How the Water Feels by John Eggers; Asleep in the Lightning Fields by George Garrett; His Prostate and Me: A Couple Looks at Prostate Cancer by Desiree Lyon Howe. Discounts: 48%, free freight. Booths: 5211, 5213.
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 books; also provides a British consolidation service. Featured: representative titles. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 3148.
Publishes books on business, management, finance, investment, current affairs and business technology; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Good Business by Steve Hilton and Giles Gibbons; A Brief History of Economic Genius by Paul Strathern; The Detective and the Investor by Robert G. Hagstrom; The New Capital Market Revolution by Patrick L. Young; Empires of Profit by Daniel Litvin. Giveaways: advance copies, chapbooks. Booths: 3332, 3355.
THAILAND DEPT. OF EXPORT
Booths: 2670, 2671.
THAMES & HUDSON
Publishes illustrated books on art, architecture, design, fashion, photography, archeology and natural history; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Butterflies in Flight by Roger Camp; The Most Beautiful Country Towns of Provence by Helena Attlee and Alex Ramsay; Hip Hotels: Ski by Herbert Ypma; Islamic Art & Architecture by Henri Stierlin; Winslow Homer: Artist and Angler by Patricia Junker and Sarah Burns; The Mind in the Cave: The Meaning of Ancient Cave Art by David Lewis-Williams; The Seventy Wonders of the World: Extraordinary Feats of Engineering and Construction, edited by Neil Parkyn. Booths: 3332, 3334.
THAMES & KOSMOS
WANDA THOMAS BOOKS
This first-time exhibitor publishes and distributes children's books and accessories. Featured:Beautiful Me and Handsome Me, both by Wanda Thomas; calendars; bookmarks; T-shirts. Drawings: winner will receive a promotional package of each title. Discounts: incremental allowances. Booth: 566.
Thomson partners with organizations and learning institutions to provide complete solutions tailored to their unique needs and goals; imprints include Autodesk Press, Brooks/Cole, Chilton, Course Technology, Dame, Delmar Learning, Enter Here, HealthSouth, Heinle, Jamsa, LearningExpress, Milady, Onward Press, Prompt Publications, Scott Jones, Singular, Skidmore Roth, Solitaire, South-Western, Thomson Learning, Wadsworth and West Legal Studies. Featured: Thomson-Physicians' Desk Reference Library, including PDR Pharmacopoeia Pocket Dosing Guide, PDR for Nonprescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements, PDR Companion Guide, PDR for Nutritional Supplements, PDR for Herbal Medicines, PDR Prescribing Guide, EMedguides; electronic media products. Discounts: show special on backlist. Booth: 3744.
D.C. THOMSON & CO.
This first-time exhibitor publishes children's annuals and niche adult titles. Featured:The Friendship Book; The Fireside Book of David Hope; The People's Friend Annual; The Best of My Weekly; 60 Years of Dandy and Beano "Funshine and Laughter"; The Dandy Annual; The Beano Annual; Bunty for Girls; Mandy for Girls; The Beezer Annual; Twinkle for Little Girls; The Bash Street Kids; Dennis the Menace; Oor Wullie; The Broons & Oor Wullie "The Roaring Forties."Booth: 4808.
Thorsons and Element Publishers are imprints of HarperCollins U.K.; both offer books on mind, body and spirit; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Spirit of Peace by the Dalai Lama; Meeting the Buddhas by Lillian Too; Magickal Sex by Fiona Horne; Do You Need a Guru? by Mariana Caplan; Dear Echo by Echo Bodine. Giveaways: galleys, blads. Booth: 4629.
THREE BUTTERFLIES ENTERTAINMENT & PRESS
Publishes Christian and multicultural books for children. Featured: picture and board books created by L. Carol Lewis, illus. by John Higgins, including Little Lumpy's Book of Blessings, Little Lumpy's Book of Numbers, Amazing's Book of Numbers and Amazing's Book of Honor. Booth: 566.
Publishes guides to the Internet. Featured: 300 Incredible Things to Do on the Internet series: 300 Incredible Things to Do on the Internet, 300 Incredible Things for Golfers on the Internet and 300 Incredible Things for Kids on the Internet, all by Ken Leebow; 300 Incredible Things for Seniors by Joe West and Ken Leebow; 300 Incredible Things for Women by Robyn Spizman and Ken Leebow. Discounts: 50%; free display, free freight with prepaid show order. Booth: 5326.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
A part of the Avalon Publishing Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Booths: 2833, 2835.
Publishes calendars, desk diaries and coffee-table books. Featured: a full line of calendars and desk diaries; Tall Ships: Fleet for the 21st Century by Thad Koza; The Case for Heaven by Mally Cox-Chapman; The Cornish Colony Book of Days by Alma Gilbert. Discounts: 60% (nonreturnable); free freight. Booth: 2677.
This imprint of ME Media publishes children's picture books, paperbacks and novelty books for ages 18 months through eight years. Featured:The Pop-Up Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae, illus. by David Wojtowycz; Where There's a Bear, There's Trouble! by Michael Catchpool, illus. by Vanessa Cabban; Careful Santa by Julie Sykes, illus. by Tim Warnes; Little Robin's Christmas by Jan Fearnley. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 4709.
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:Travels with Tarra by Carol Buckley; When the Bees Fly Home by Andrea Cheng, illus. by Joline McFadden; A Gift for Gita by Rachna Gilmore, illus. by Alice Priestley; Lucy'sFamily Tree by Karen Halvorsen Schreck, illus. by Stephen Gassler III. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 10 or more books. Booth: 416.
TIMBER PRESS/AMADEUS PRESS
Publishes books on gardening, plant science, natural history and Pacific Northwest regional topics; imprints include Amadeus Press. Featured from Timber Press:The American Woodland Garden by Rick Darke; Garden Open Tomorrow by Beverley Nichols; An Encyclopedia of Shade Perennials by W. George Schmid; Gardens of China by Peter Valder; Clivias by Harold Koopowitz, photographs by James Comstock; Alpine Plants of North America by Graham Nicholls; In Praise of Plants by Francis Hallé; Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs by John Manning, Peter Goldblatt and Deirdre Snijman; Subtropical Plants: A Practical Gardening Guide by Jacqueline Sparrow and Gil Hanly; Portraits of Himalayan Flowers by Toshio Yoshida. From Amadeus Press:Tim Page on Music: Views and Reviews by Tim Page; Choral Music in the Twentieth Century by Nick Strimple; The Extraordinary Operatic Adventures of Blanche Arral by William R. Moran. Drawings: for a full set of Timber Press Beverley Nichols books. Discounts: for reps only: 44% on 10 or more books (one order only). Booth: 2640.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
THE TIME FACTORY
TIME INC. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Booths: 3548, 3549.
TIME OUT GROUP
Offers city guidebook series, annuals and magazines; distributed by Penguin Books. Featured: Time Out City Guides en Español (Editorial Blume, Barcelona); Time Out City Guides (40 titles), including Milan, Andalucia, Stockholm, Bangkok, Toronto, Time Out Guide to Eating and Drinking series, including London, New York, Barcelona and Rome; European Weekend Breaks. Booth: 3668.
Publishes books on American civilization. Featured:From Gee's Bend to Rehobeth: The Women and Their Quilts; The Quilts of Gee's Bend: Masterpieces from a Lost Place; Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art of the South, Vols. 1 and 2; In the Spirit of Martin: The Living Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Signs and Symbols: Images in African American Quilts. Drawings: sign up to win four Tinwood titles (May 5). Discounts: show special: 25% on 2002 titles. Booths: 2852, 2854.
Offers customized in-store kiosks that provide access to a store Web site for viewing store reviews and favorites, store events, local information, author media information, buyers club incentives, publisher promotion opportunities and more. Featured: software demonstrations; kiosks in action. Discounts: free three-month trial for sign-ups during show. Booth: 723.
THE TOBY PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes commercial and literary fiction. Featured:Editors by Saul Bellow and Keith Botsford; Chains Around the Grass by Naomi Ragen; The Lifeguard by Katharina Hacker; Blackberries, Blackberries by Crystal Wilkinson. Discounts: extra percentage points, freight terms. Booth: 3386.
TODAY IN LITERATURE
Tor publishes science fiction and fantasy; Forge Books offers fiction and nonfiction titles in various genres; Orb offers an extensive backlist program; distributed by St. Martin's Press. Featured:The Wheel of Time, Book 10 by Robert Jordan; Shadow Puppets by Orson Scott Card; Veil of a Thousand Tears by Eric Van Lustbader. Giveaways: advance copies, galleys. Booths: 3722-3729.
Booths: 922, 2405.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4603.
TOURING CLUB OF ITALY
Publishes authoritative guidebooks and maps on Italy. Featured:The Italian Wine Guide; The Heritage Guides (11 titles); The Museum Guide: The Borghese Gallery; The Museum Guide: The Brera Gallery. Booth: 2764.
Publishes books and compilations on sports, Americana, conservative pop culture and news-driven Christianity issues; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Gentlemen Only: An Insider's View of Golf in Augusta, Georgia and What She Found at the End of Magnolia Lane by Robbie Williams and Lee Heffernan; Quotable Rudy, Quotes by and About Rudy Giuliani by Monte Carpenter; Quotable Casey: Quotes by and About Casey Stengel by Fred McMane; Quotable King: Quotes by and About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by Steve Eubanks; Quotable Wooden: Quotes by and About John Wooden by John Reger; Quotable Byron: Quotes by and About Byron Nelson by Jon Bradley. Booth: 4627.
J.N. TOWNSEND PUBLISHING
This first-time exhibitor specializes in animal titles for children and adults; publishes the Belltown Mystery series for middle readers. Featured: Belltown Mystery series, including The Secrets of the Twisted Cross by T.M. Murphy; Gray Dawn by Albert Payson Terhune; Lauren's Story: An American Dog in Paris by Kay Pfaltz. Discounts: extra 10%, free freight. Booth: SP246.
TOY BOX PRODUCTIONS
TRAFALGAR SQUARE PUBLISHING
This book publisher is also a U.S. distributor of British publishers, including AA Publishing, Andre Deutsch, Aurum Press, Bloomsbury U.K., Cico Books, Compass Equestrian, The Crowood Press, Duncan Baird, Editions Olms, Evans Brothers, Giles de la Mare, HarperCollins U.K., Hodder Headline, J.A. Allen, John Blake Publishing, John Murray, Kyle Cathie, Lion Publishing U.K., Time Warner Books U.K., Macmillan U.K., Mainstream Publishing, Metro Books, Metro Publications, Oldcastle Books, Orion Publishing, Pallas Athene, Pavilion Books, Penguin U.K., Prion, Random House U.K., Robert Hale, Reynolds & Hearn, Salamander Books, Screenpress Books, Scriptum Editions, Short Books, Sinclair-Stevenson, Take That/Net.works, Transworld and The Women's Press U.K.; also represents A Common Reader/The Akadine Press. Featured:Denim--From Cowboys to Catwalks by Graham Marsh and Paul Trynka; Nicole Kidman by Lucy Ellis and Bryony Sutherland; The Vikings by Tony Allan; The Devil's Acolyte by Michael Jecks; William Shakespeare--An Illustrated Biography by Anthony Holden; The Dragon King Saga by Stephen Lawhead; Introducing Orchids by Wilma and Brian Rittershausen; The Tolkien Postcard Book; Valentino by Neil Botham; David Hicks: Designer by Ashley Hicks; The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin with new introduction by J.G. Links; Ken Hom's Quick Wok; Secrets of the Cat by Vicki Hearne; Lennox by Lennox Lewis; The Queen--A Celebration of 50 Years by Ronald Allison; Jamie Oliver--The Biography by Stafford Hildred and Tim Webank. Discounts: 50% (no minimum). Booth: 4834.
Publishes books, journals and serial publications on international social science topics and offers publications in disciplines that include economics, political science, history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, urban studies, policy analysis, organizational behavior and criminology. Featured:A History of Terrorism by Walter Laqueur; A History of Credit and Power in the Western World by Albert L. Gastmann and Scott B. MacDonald; The Radical Right, edited by Daniel Bell; The Language of Journalism: Vol. One: Newspaper Culture by Melvin J. Lasky; Gender Gap: How Genes and Gender Influence Our Relationships by David Barash; The Complete Black Book of Russian Jewry by Ilya Ehrenburg and Vasily Grossman; Discontents: Postmodern and Postcommunist by Paul Hollander; Video Games: A Popular Culture Phenomenon by Arthur Asa Berger; You Don't Say: Modern American Inhibitions by Benjamin DeMott; Ernesto's Ghost by Edward Gonzalez. Booth: 4552.
Publishes collections of the best in travel and spiritual writing by world-famous authors and emerging writers; subjects include various countries and cities as well as women's travel, adventure, food and humor; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Coast to Coast: A Journey Across 1950s America by Jan Morris; Adventures in Wine: True Stories of Vineyards and Vintages Around the World, edited by Thom Elkjer; Spiritual Gifts of Travel: The Best of Travelers' Tales, edited by James O'Reilly and Sean O'Reilly; Travelers' Tales Central America, edited by Larry Habegger and Natanya Pearlman; Travelers' Tales Tibet, edited by James O'Reilly and Larry Habegger; Trader Horn: A Young Man's Astounding Adventures in 19th Century Equatorial Africa by Alfred Aloysius Horn with Ethelreda Lewis; Travelers' Tales Turkey, edited by James Villers Jr. Giveaways: postcards, T-shirts. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2850.
TRAVEL PUBLISHERS ASSN.
This group of more than 70 publishers offers travel literature, maps, guides and more. Featured: titles from client publishers, including Altitude Publishing, Aqua Quest Publications, Arbor House Publishing, Berkshire House Publishers, Blue Panda, Car Tours/Audisee, Carousel Press, CCC Publishing, Chicago Spectrum Press, Costa Rica Press, Dimi Press, East West Discovery Press, Eat 'n' Drink, Espadana, Fulcrum Publishing, Ginger & Spike Publications, Ginkgo Press, Global Travel Publishers, Great Potential Press, GreatestEscapes, Infinity Publishing, Insider, Intercon Publishing, Lake Claremont Press, Manatee Press, Michael Brein Travel Guides, Mile Oak Press, Morris Communications, North Ridge Books, PassPorter Press, Publishing-Plus, Ralph Curtis Publishing, Smart Travel Press, Swagman Publishing, Transitions Abroad, Vegetarian Resource Group, Vegetarian World Guides, W.W. West, West Wind Books, Whereabouts Press, Wilson Publishing, Windham Bay Press, World Leisure Corp. Drawings: to win the entire collection on display. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 3774.
TRIDENT PRESS INT'L
Produces reference books, including dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, desk-reference sets and foreign-language dictionaries as well as military histories, signature classics and cookbooks. Featured: The New International Mass Market Reference Set; The New International Webster's Pocket Reference Library Desk Sets; The New International Webster's Encyclopedia; The New International Webster's Language Dictionary: French/English, Spanish/English, German/ English, Italian/English; Ultimate Recipe Collection; Quick and Easy Cookbook series; The Great War series; The Second World War series; Adolf Hitler, A Chilling Tale of Propaganda; Wuthering Heights; Three Musketeers; Robinson Crusoe; The Man in the Iron Mask; Little Women; The Scarlet Letter; The Last of the Mohicans. Discounts: 50%-70% off retail price. Booth: 2350.
Publishes official sports titles as well as autobiographies, reference books, national rule books, instant commemoratives and books showcasing the philosophies and opinions of leading sports celebrities; also offers titles on pop entertainment, games and anime titles under the Triumph Entertainment label. Featured:Field of Valor: Duty, Honor, Country, and Winning the Heisman; The Magnificent Seven: The Packers' Seven Championship Games in the Lombardi Era; Without Fear: The Tales and Legend of Hockey's 50 Greatest Goaltenders; Bobby the Brain: Wrestling's Bad Boy Tells All; A Team for All Time: A Season Inside the Detroit Redwings; What Bears They Were: The Monsters of the Midway Talk About Their Teams, the Game, the Times of Their Lives; Sports Immortals: Stories of Inspiration and Achievement; Italians in America: A Celebration; Whitey's Boys: A Celebration of the '82 Cards World Championship. Drawings: 10 booksellers can win $500 worth of books featuring the popular syndicated game Jumble. Booth: 4581.
Publishes hardcover and paperback children's books; distributed by Andrews McMeel Publishing. Featured:Merry Christmas, Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt, illus. by Cyd Moore; How to Draw Spider-Man by Steve Behling; Seasons of the Circle by Joseph Bruchac, illus. by Robert F. Goetzl; Too Many Monsters by Eve Bunting, illus. by James Bernardin; Garfield's Awesome Ski Adventure by Jim Davis; Anne Frank's Story by Carol Ann Lee. Booth: 4360.
TSAI FONG BOOKS
TSI CD MANUFACTURING
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4775.
Publishes books on Scottish history; also offers biographies and books on architecture, literary history, ethnology, folklore, garden history, medical history and politics; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
Publishes children's books including fiction, nonfiction and picture books. Featured:Building America by Janice Weaver, illus. by Bonnie Shemie; Noses Are Red by Richard Scrimger; Be Very Afraid by Edo Van Belkom; A Day with Nellie by Marthe Jocelyn; Real Stories from the Rink by Brian McFarlane. Booths: 4657-4661.
TURKISH REPUBLIC MINISTRY OF CULTURE
JOHN F. TURNER & CO.
Publishes books and book kits on a wide range of subjects, including cooking, martial arts, spirituality, design, philosophy, travel and Asian studies. Featured:Tao in Ten by Annellen Simpkins and C. Alexander Simpkins; Shunju: New Japanese Cuisine by Takashi Sugimoto and Marcia Iwatate; Haiku: Poetry Ancient and Modern by Jackie Hardy; Zen Master Raven by Robert Aitken; Flying Star Feng Shui by Stephen Skinner; Love Dharma by Geri Larkin. Discounts: 50% on backlist (25-unit minimum). Booth: 4562.
TWIN SISTERS PRODUCTIONS
This children's publisher specializes in nonfiction, educational books for pre-k through middle school; also publishes Spanish and French titles. Featured:Interfact Shakespeare: MacBeth; Interfact Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet; Descubre los animales; Guias de descubrimiento; Childrensatlas.com; History of Aviation. Booth: 3254.
TWO LINES/CENTER FOR ART INTRANSLATION
TYNDALE HOUSE PUBLISHERS
Publishes Christian-oriented products, including adult fiction and nonfiction, children's books and videos, audios and calendars as well as Bible translations. Featured from Tyndale: introducing iLumina, an interactive CD-ROM reference program; The Catholic Bible (New Living Translation); Left Behind fiction series, including The Remnant; Let's Roll! by Lisa Beamer; Holding on to Hope by Nancy Guthrie; Complete Guide to Caring for Aging Loved Ones. From Tyndale Kids: Winnie the Horse Gentler series by Dandi Daley Mackall; The Phonics Bible.Giveaways:iLumina sampler and The Phonics Bible sampler with orders. Discounts: 50%, free freight on case quantities. Booth: 3926.
F.J. TYTHERLEIGH & CO.
A specialist logistics provider for the publishing industry offering supply-chain services to publishers, printers and media companies. Featured: company services, including door-to-door freight management, warehousing, distribution and procurement programs. Booth: 2858.
UAHC is the publishing arm of Union of American Hebrew Congregations and specializes in text, trade and reference books of Jewish interest. Featured:The Torah: A Modern Commentary, edited by Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut; Aleph Isn't Tough and Aleph Isn't Enough, both by Rabbi Linda Motzkin; Art of Torah Cantillation by Marshall Portnoy and Josee Wolff; Art of Cantillation, Vol 2 by Marshall Portnoy and Josee Wolff; Finding God: Selected Responses by Rabbis Refat Sonsino and Daniel B. Syme; A Time to Prepare: A Jewish Approach to Establishing the Limits of Medical Care, and Embracing Rituals at the End of Life by Rabbi Richard Address; A Gift of Prayer: The Spirituality of Jewish Women, edited by Eve Roshefsky; Good Morning, Boker Tov and Good Night, Laila Tov, both by Michelle Shapiro Abraham; The High Holy Days Board Book by Camille Kress; Jeremiah's Promise:An Adventure in Modern Israel by Rabbi Kenneth Roseman. Giveaways: stickers, bookmarks, pencils, buttons. Discounts: on Torah Commentary, Haftarah Commentary and new titles. Booth: 4107.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
Publishes travel guidebooks as well as alternative health and spirituality titles; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: the Hidden series of travel guidebooks, including Hidden Hawaii by Ray Riegert and Hidden Tahiti & French Polynesia by Rob Kay; Jesus & Buddha: The Parallel Sayings by Marcus Borg; Vastu Home: Harmonize Your Living Space with the Indian Feng Shui by Patrick McFadzean; The Uddhave Gita: The Final Teaching of Krishna by Swami Ambikananda Saraswati. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2748, 2750.
This London-based company publishes and packages book concepts; provides direct sales and music promotion services; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: company products and services. Booth: 2923.
UNITED NATIONS PUBLICATIONS
Publishes and disseminates titles on a broad range of issues covering international law and business, economics, trade and investment, human rights, women's and children's issues, bibliographies, statistical data, studies, reports and advocacy materials available in print, electronic and microfiche formats. Featured services: demonstrations of online services. Featured books:Yearbook of the United Nations; Basic Facts About the United Nations; World Economic and Social Survey; World Investment Report; Tradeand Development Report; State of the World Children;State of the World Population; Human Development Report; United Nations Flag Chart; Financing for Development; International Instruments on Terrorism; Demographic Yearbook; Statistical Yearbook; Annual Report of the Secretary General on the Work of the Organization; Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Economic and Social Council; Democratic Process and the Market: Challenges of the Transition; Discovering the United Nations; Everything You Wanted to Know About the U.N.; The U.N. in Our Daily Lives; United Nations Disarmament Yearbook. Drawings: for a copy of the U.N. Yearbook; a one-year subscription to U.N. Chronicle; a copy of Financing for Development. Discounts: 20%. Booth: 2343.
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE (UPS)
UNITED PLASTICS TECHNOLOGIES
This subsidiary of Rizzoli Int'l Publications offers visual books on popular subjects. Featured:Diana Ross: Going Back by Diana Ross; MTV Total Request Live Photobooth by MTV; Matchbox 50th Anniversary Book by Mattel, Richard Scholl and David Larkin; Sex in the City: An Illustrated Handbook by Alison Maddex; Great American Houses: A Pop-up Book by Chuck Fischer. Booth: 3709.
Distributed by Words Distributing Booth: 4822.
UNIV. OF ARIZONA PRESS
Publishes fiction, poetry, Native American and Latino studies, nature and environment, travel, books about the West. Featured:Lalo, My Life and Music: The Autobiography of the Father of Chicano Music by Lalo Guerrero and Sherilyn Meece Mentes; The Underground Heart: Essays from Hidden Landscape by Ray Gonzalez; titles from the new Desert Places series, including The Black Rock Desert by William L. Fox, photographs by Mark Klett. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2646.
UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
Publishes general-interest, trade and scholarly books and journals. Featured:Visions of Buddhist Life by Don Farber; Consciousness by Rita Carter; Smallpox: The Fight to Eradicate a Global Scourge by David Koplow; Good with Their Hands: Boxers, Bluesmen, and Other Characters from the Rust Belt by Carlo Rotella; Big Doctoring in America: Profiles in Primary Care by Fitzhugh Mullan, M.D.; Feast Your Eyes: The Unexpected Beauty of Vegetable Gardens by Susan A. Pennington; Winslow Homer: The Nature of Observation by Elizabeth Johns; Hey, Waitress! The USA from the Other Side of the Tray by Alison Owings; The Lawyer's Guide to Writing Well, Second Edition by Tom Goldstein and Jethro Lieberman; Sacred Tracks: Two Thousand Years of Christian Pilgrimage by James Harpur. Giveaways: posters; matchbooks; copies of Food Politics by Marion Nestle. Discounts: 48% on 10 or more backlist books (nine-unit maximum per title). Booth: 2520.
UNIV. OF GEORGIA PRESS
Publishes a range of literary and scholarly books. Featured:The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys by Chris Fuhrman; Remembering Heaven's Face by John Balaban; The Unabridged Devil's Dictionary by Ambrose Bierce; Another Beauty by Adam Zagajewski. Giveaways: posters, postcards, magnets. Discounts: 50% on 50 or more front- and backlist titles (trade/short discount combined). Special Events: May 5: celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction with cake. Booth: 4556.
UNIV. OF HAWAI'I PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on Asia, Hawaii and the Pacific. Featured:Asia's Maritime Bead Trade by Peter Francis; Intimacy or Integrity by Thomas Kasulis; Tsunami Man by Anthony Fredericks; Japanese Woodblock Printing by Rebecca Salter; Dogside Story by Patricia Grace; In Good Company by Cedrick Yamanaka. Giveaways: chocolate macadamia candies, pens, flowers. Discounts: 50% on front- and backlist (no minimum). Booth: 4509.
UNIV. OF ILLINOIS PRESS
Publishes trade, scholarly and regional titles. Featured:Animals, photographs by Art Shay; Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Vol. 5, edited by Peter Cozzens; Baseball: A History of America's Game by Benjamin G. Rader; I See America Dancing; Selected Readings, 1685-2000, edited by Maureen Needham; The War for American Independence, From 1760 to the Surrender at Yorktown in 1781 by Samuel B. Griffith II; Don't Get Above Your Raisin', Country Music and the Southern Working Class by Bill C. Malone; The House of Song, poems by David Wagoner. Booth: 3641.
UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles. Featured:The Father: A Life of Henry James, Sr. by Alfred Habeggar; The Girl in the Fall-Away Dress: Stories by Michelle Richmond; Inside Greenwich Village: A New York City Neighborhood, 1898-1918 by Gerald W. McFarland; Paul Robeson: The Years of Promise and Achievement by Sheila Tully Boyle and Andrew Bunie; Vietnam and Other American Fantasies by H. Bruce Franklin. Discounts: 46% on 10 or more backlist titles. Booth: 3637.
UNIV. OF MINNESOTA PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books on art and architecture, cultural studies, film, literature, African-American, Native American, lesbian/gay studies and regional interest. Featured:Harmful to Minors: The Perils of Protecting Children from Sex by Judith Levine; Not the Triumph but the Struggle: The 1968 Olympics and the Making of the Black Athlete by Amy Bass; Harlem Between Heaven and Hell by Monique M. Taylor; Inside the Ropes with Jesse Ventura by Tom Hauser; Garbo: A Biography by Barry Paris. Discounts: 47% on front- and backlist (no minimum). Booth: 3248.
UNIV. OF MISSOURI PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on American history, political science, military history, literary criticism, regional interest, African American history, women's studies, journalism and short fiction; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Guillaume: A Life by Robert Guillaume and David Ritz. Giveaways: UMP bags; magnets; candy; booth-theme promotional items. Discounts: 46%, free freight on 10 or more books. Booth: 5214.
UNIV. OF NEBRASKA PRESS
Publishes scholarly and general-interest titles; distributes titles from the Society for American Baseball Research, McDonald & Woodward, Zoo Press. Featured: current titles from the American Lives series, edited by Tobias Wolff; an essay collection by Sandi Wisenberg; new editions of the works of Willa Cather. Giveaways: pens and personal journals in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Discounts: retailers: free freight on one order of five or more front- or backlist titles. Booth: 5123.
UNIV. OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional books. Featured:Consider the Eel by Richard Schweid; Roman Catholics and Shi'i Muslims: Prayer, Passion, and Politics by James A. Bill and John Alden Williams; Close Harmony: A History of Southern Gospel by James R. Goff Jr.; Otto Kahn: Art, Money, and Modern Time by Theresa M. Collins; Exiles from a Future Time: The Forging of the Mid-Twentieth-Century Literary Left by Alan M. Wald. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4245.
UNIV. OF OKLAHOMA PRESS
Publishes western history, biographies, military history, natural history, women's studies and Native-American titles. Featured:Sam Houston by James L. Haley; Heart of the Rock: The Indian Invasion of Alcatraz by Adam Fortunate-Eagle; GhostWest by Ann Ronald; Napoleon and Berlin: The Franco-Prussian War in North Germany, 1813 by Michael V. Leggiere. Giveaways: buttons, galleys. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 4645.
UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles in the humanities and social sciences. Featured:Monsters: Ogres, Goblins, Mythical Beasts and All Manner of Imaginary Terrors by David D. Gilmore; Shay's Rebellion: The American Revolution's Last Battle by Leonard L. Richards; Plain Style: A Guide to Written English by Christopher Lasch; American Childhoods by Joseph E. Illick; The Life of Michelangelo by John Addington Symonds. Discounts: 45%, free freight on 10 or more backlist titles. Booth: 4914.
UNIV. OF PITTSBURGH PRESS
Publishes scholarly works in the humanities and sciences as well as regional-interest books; offers young-adult fiction under the Golden Triangle Books imprint; publishes the Pitt Poetry series and the Drue Heinz Literature Prize. Featured:The Volcano Sequence by Alicia Suskin Ostriker; Writing the Siege of Leningrad: Women's Diaries, Memoirs, and Documentary Prose by Cynthia Simmons and Nina Perlina; The Steelers Reader, edited by Randy Roberts and David Welky. Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booth: 3645.
UNIV. OF SCRANTON PRESS
Exhibiting with the AAUP. Booth: 5207.
UNIV. OF TENNESSEE PRESS
Publishes scholarly books and monographs as well as fiction and nonfiction of particular interest to the region; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Flannery O'Connor by Jean Cash; A House All Stilled by A.G. Harmon; Gardening with the Native Plants of Tennessee by Margie Hunter. Discounts: quantity schedule for trade titles. Booth: 5212.
UNIV. OF TEXAS PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional books. Featured:Amazon Sweet Sea: Land, Life, and Water at the River's Mouth by Nigel J.H. Smith; Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo, photographs by Josephine Sacabo; Pahaska: A Life of Buffalo Bill Cody by Bobby Bridger; Texas Rangeland by Burton Pritzker; Selected Prose and Prose Poems by Gabriela Mistral; School Choice Tradeoffs by Kenneth Godwin and Frank Kemerer; Sugar's Life in the Hood by Sugar Turner and Tracy Bachrach Ehlers; Small Deaths: Photographs by Kate Breakey; Wilfredo Lam and the International Avant-Guard, 1923-1982 by Lowery Stokes Sims; Of Birds and Texas by Stuart and Scott Gentling. Discounts: 50% on backlist (15-book minimum). Booth: 5127.
UNIV. OF TORONTO PRESS
Canada's university scholarly publisher focuses on the social sciences and humanities; exhibiting with the AAUP. Discounts: 50% off selected backlist. Booth: 5223.
UNIV. OF VIRGINIA PRESS
Publishes scholarly books in the fields of history, literature and cultural studies; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Living on Wilderness Time by Melissa Walker; An American Cutting Garden: A Primer for Growing Cut Flowers Where Summers Are Hot and Winters Are Cold by Suzanne McIntire; The Legend of John Brown Revisited by Merrill D. Peterson; launching new electronic imprint. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: 20% on show orders; 50% on display copies final day of show. Booth: 5219.
UNIV. OF WASHINGTON PRESS
Publishes regional, trade and scholarly books on Native American art and culture, Asian and Asian-American art, literature and history, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and current affairs, anthropology, art books and museum exhibit catalogues. Featured:Historical Atlas of East Central Europe by Paul Robert Magocsi; George Washington: A National Treasure by Richard Brookhiser et al.; Ornament: A Modern Perspective by James Trilling; Textiles from Mexico by Chloë Sayer; Silk in Africa by Chris Spring and Julie Hudson. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more trade books (backlist); annual BEA white sale. Booth: 5201.
UNIV. OF WISCONSIN PRESS
Publishes scholarly, trade and regional Midwest titles. Featured:Elizabeth Taylor: A Photographic Life by Gianni Bozzacchi; Letters to J.D. Salinger, edited by Chris Kubica and Will Hochman; Surviving Madness: A Therapist's Own Story by Betty Berzon. Giveaways: postcards for Festa: Recipes and Recollections of Italian Holidays by Helen Barolini and Body Blows: Six Performances by Tim Miller; Letters to J.D. Salinger pens; posters of Elizabeth Taylor and In Praise of Black Women; Wisconsin souvenirs, various sample chapters. Discounts: 45% (five-book minimum). Booth: 3805.
UNIV. PRESS OF COLORADO
Publishes western history, biographies, military history, natural history, women's studies and Native American titles. Booth: 4645.
UNIV. PRESS OF FLORIDA
Publishes scholarly and general-interest titles in the areas of natural history, dance and regional history and culture; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Architecture of Leisure by Susan R. Braden; Guide to the Great Florida Birding Trail by Susan Cerulean and Julie A. Brashears; Henning Kronstam by Alexandra Tomalonis; Holding on to the Air by Suzanne Farrell with Toni Bentley; The Changing South of Gene Patterson by Roy Peter Clark and Raymond Arsenault; Kayaking the Florida Keys by Kathleen Patton; Florida's Space Coast by William B. Faherty; In the Eye of Hurricane Andrew by Eugene F. Provenzo Jr. and Asterie Baker Provenzo; Embracing America by Margaret L. Paris; Jacksonville Greets the Twentieth Century by Ann Hyman; Desperate Measures by William Logan. Giveaways: postcards. Discounts: 50% on in-stock trade titles. Booth: 5221.
UNIV. PRESS OF KANSAS
Publishes regional-interest and western Americana titles as well as books on American history and culture, military history, legal studies, politics and presidential studies. Featured:Hitler's Jewish Soldiers: The Untold Story of Nazi Racial Laws and Men of Jewish Descent in the German Military by Bryan Mark Rigg; Spies in the Vatican by David Alvarez; The Battle for Leningrad by David M. Glantz; Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood by Robert Brent Toplin; The Pueblo Incident by Mitchell B. Lerner; Women in the Barracks: The VMI Case and Equal Rights by Philippa Strum; Decent Interval: An Insider's Account of Saigon's Indecent End Told by the CIA's Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam, 25th Anniversary Edition by Frank Snepp. Giveaways: bags, signed books. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4558.
UNIV. PRESS OF KENTUCKY
Publishes scholarly and general-interest nonfiction titles in African American studies, political science, women's studies as well as film, civil war, World War II, history and regional-interest subjects; also offers literature. Featured:King of the Mountain: The Nature of Political Leadership by Arnold M. Ludwig; Joan Crawford: The Essential Biography by Lawrence Quirk and William Schoell; Hold the Roses: The Life of Rose Marie by Rose Marie; Guts and Glory: The Making of the American Military Image in Film by Lawrence Suid; The Shame of Southern Politics: The Civil Rights Writings of Leslie Dunbar by Leslie Dunbar. Giveaways: key chains. Discounts: 45% (no minimum); free freight (in-stock titles). Booth: 4554.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
Offers trade, scholarly and regional books; publishes the Literary Conversations series, Conversations with Filmmakers series, Understanding Health & Sickness series, Margaret Walker Alexander series in African American Studies, Willie Morris Books in Memoir and Biography. Featured:Okefenokee, photographs by Lucian Niemeyer, text by George W. Folkerts; Tennessee Williams and the South by Kenneth Holditch and Richard Freeman Leavitt; Memphis by Larry McPherson; From Buchenwald to Carnegie Hall by Marian Filar and Charles Patterson; The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II by Wolfgang W.E. Samuel; Sports: The All-American Addiction by John R. Gerdy; Haunted Places in the American South by Alan Brown; The Black Battalion That Built the Alcan: A Photographic History of the 97th Army Engineers During World War II, photographs by William Griggs, essays by Philip J. Merrill; Touring Literary Mississippi by Patti Carr Black and Marion Barnwell. Discounts: 48%, free freight on 10 or more backlist titles (one location). Booth: 4244.
UNIV. PRESS OF NEW ENGLAND
Publishes scholarly and regional-interest titles in various disciplines; the Hardscrabble Books imprint publishes fiction of New England; member publishers include Brandeis Univ., Dartmouth College, Middlebury College, Univ. of New Hampshire and Tufts Univ. Featured:Sakharov by Richard Lourie; Massacre at Fort William Henry by David R. Starbuck; The Private Revolution of Geoffrey Frost by J.E. Fender; Capturing Nureyev, edited by Pamela J. Belanger; Body and Earth by Andrea Olsen. Drawings: sign up to win a special edition of The Dickensons of Amherst. Discounts: 45% on backlist. Booth: 4651.
U-OCEAN USA CORP.
Urantia is the original publisher of the authentic text of The Urantia Book, in print since 1955. Featured:The Urantia Book (book/CD-ROM/audio); El libro de Urantia; Le Livre d'Urantia; Urantia-kirja; Het Urantia Boek; The Urantia Book (Korean); Kniga Urantii; Thought Gems Perpetual Calendar. Drawings: for four copies of The Urantia Book (gift-boxed leather edition). Discounts: free freight. Booth: 4378.
U.S. GAMES SYSTEMS
Manufactures and distributes tarot cards, books and combination sets; also offers educational card games, theme playing cards and games for children and adults. Featured: new tarot titles, including Super Hero Tarot Deck, Beginner's Tarot Deck/Book Kit, Tarot for Dummies set. Discounts: extra 5% on orders of $150 or more. Booth: 4658.
U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Publishes original graphic novels as well as illustrated nonfiction books on famed comic book creators and illustrators; distributed by Watson-Guptill Publications. Featured:The Spider: Scavengers of the Slaughtered Sacrifices by Don McGregor and Gene Colan; Jesse James: The Classic Western Collection by Joe Kubert and Carmine Infantino. Discounts: extra 2% or free freight on one order of 25 or more backlist books (prior 5/1/02); combine with Watson-Guptill titles; no backorders. Booths: 4348, 4349.
This first-time exhibitor publishes fiction and nonfiction. Featured:Aindreas: The Scribe 1865 by Gerald McDaniel; Billie's Ghost by Chad Hautmann; My Painted Ponies by Maggie Wise Riley. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: 55%; free freight;120-day dating. Booth: SP265.
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 and The Lowfat Jewish Vegetarian Cookbook; Vegan & Vegetarian FAQ by Davida Gypsy Breier and Reed Mangels; Vegan Meals for One or Two, Vegan Passover Recipes and Vegan in Volume, both by Nancy Berkoff; Simply Vegan and Vegan Handbook, both by Debra Wasserman and Reed Mangels; Leprechaun Cake and Other Tales, A Vegetarian Story-Cookbook 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, Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes. Giveaways: magazines, brochures, pamphlets, coloring books, activity books, bumper stickers. Booth: 4717.
VeloPress, the book-publishing division of Inside Communications, publishes books for and about cyclists, triathletes and other multi-sport endurance athletes; also publishes VeloNews and Inside Triathlon magazines; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Off to the Races: 25 Years of Cycling Journalism by Samuel Abt; The Heart Race Monitor Book for Cyclists by Sally Edwards and Sally Reed; Triathlons for Women by Sally Edwards; Dead Air: A Cycling Murder Mystery by Greg Moody. Drawings: to win a cycling jersey. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2663.
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
VERLAG KIEPENHEUER & WITSCH
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
Publishes critical books in the social sciences and humanities; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:The Clash of Fundamentalisms: Crusades, Jihads and Modernity by Tariq Ali; Design and Crime (and Other Diatribes) by Hal Foster; Cultural Resistance: A Reader, edited by Stephen Duncombe. Booth: 3347.
THE VIESTI COLLECTION
This sideline company is comprised of two divisions: Stock Photo Agency, which represents 155 photographers directly and through a network of agencies, and Viesti Publishing, which offers calendars, journals, logs, cards, bookmarks and more. Featured: range of products. Giveaways: sample pasta and salsa dishes. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 849.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4637.
Publishes books on music, business and television as well as biography, film tie-ins, erotica and true crime titles. Featured: titles from various series, including Black Lace, True Crime and Virgin Business Guides; Espionage: An Encyclopedia of Secrets and Spies by Richard M. Bennett; Driven: The Definitive Biography of Nick Faldo by Dale Concannon; The Virgin Concise Encyclopedia of Popular Music, edited by Colin Larkin; Electric Guitar by Paul Trynka. Giveaways: samplers. Booth: 3460.
VISIBLE INK PRESS
Publishes reference books; distributed by Mint Publishers. Featured:Handy Science Answer Book by the Science and Technology Department, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; VideoHound Dragon: Asian Action and Cult Pics by Brian Thomas; Black Firsts by Jessie Carney Smith; Handy U.S. Politics Answer Book by Gina Misiroglu; The Unauthorized NASCAR Fan Guide 2003 by Bill Fleischman and Al Pearce. Booths: 4377, 4505.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4768.
VITAL HEALTH PUBLISHING/ENHANCEMENT BOOKS
Publishes books and videos related to health through nutrition, ecology, holistic medicine, spirituality and the arts. Featured:Music and Song, Mother and Love by John Diamond, M.D.; Our Children's Health: Today's Kids in Nutritional Crisis and What We Can Do to Help by Bonnie Minsky and Lisa Holk; Trace Your Genes to Health: Use Your Family Tree to Guide Your Diet, Enhance Your Immune System and Overcome Chronic Disease by Chris Reading, M.D.; Smart Nutrients: Prevent and Treat Alzheimer's and Senility, Enhance Brain Function and Longevity by Abram Hoffer, M.D., and Morton Walker; Healthy Living: A Holistic Guide to Cleansing, Revitalization and Nutrition by Susana Lombardi; On Wings of Spirit: APPA Poetry Anthology, edited by Graham Pole, M.D., et al.; I Love What I Do! A Drummer's Philosophy of Life at Eighty by Sam Ulano; Holism and Beyond: The Essence of Holistic Medicine by John Diamond, M.D. Giveaways: free book with any order of six or more books. Discounts: 50% on 12 or more books. Booth: SP232.
Offers Japanese animation and comics (anime and manga) for English-speaking audiences in various formats; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: manga from acclaimed authors and artists, including Rumiko Takahashi (Ranma 1/2, Inu-Yasha series) and Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z series). Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2840, 2842.
Publishes and distributes books and calendars in the categories of nature, country living, travel and history and heritage. Featured:This Old John Deere (anthology); The Complete Chicken; Coca-Cola; Bob Artley's Book of Farm Chores; Bob Artley's Memories of a Former Farm Kid; Old John Deeres Never Die (gift book). Booth: 3253.