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Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4772.
OCTOPUS PUBLISHING GROUP
The parent company of some of the world's leading publishers of lifestyle, illustrated reference, cartography, promotional and children's books; exhibiting companies include Bounty Books, Brimax, Cassell's Illustrated, Conran Octopus, Hamlyn, Miller's Publications, Mitchell Beazley and Philip's. Featured: new titles from all group companies for co-edition sales to U.S. and international publishers; select titles for direct sale to U.S. booksellers. Booths: 4954, 4955.
ODD GIRLS PRESS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booth: 4822.
Exhibiting with W.W. Norton & Co. Booth: 3333.
DR. OETKER VERLAG
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
OHIO UNIV. PRESS/SWALLOW PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on Western and Midwestern regional interests, African studies and literary titles. Featured: The Handywoman Stories by Lenore McComas Coberly; The River Home by Dorothy Weil; The Man Who Created Paradise by Gene Logsdon, photos by Gregory Spaid; Pure Waters: Frank Waters and the Quest for the Cosmos by Frank Waters; American Coverlets and Their Weavers: Coverlets from the Collection of Foster and Muriel McCarl by Clarita S. Anderson; H.L. Mencken on American Literature, edited by S.T. Joshi; Taken in Faith: Poems by Helen Pinkerton; The Palace of Bones by Allison Eir Jenks; An Amulet of Greek Earth: Generations of Immigrant Folk Culture by Helen Papanikolas; A Walk in the Park: Greater Cleveland's New and Reclaimed Green Spaces by Diana Tittle with Parkworks; In His Own Voice: The Dramatic and Other Uncollected Works of Paul Laurence Dunbar , edited by Herbert Woodward Martin and Ronald Primeau; Ohio Bicentennial Series; classic Swallow Press titles by Frank Waters, Anais Nin, Janet Lewis and Yvor Winters. Giveaways: The Handywoman Stories by Lenore McComas Coberly; postcards; copies of the Ohio Reader. Discounts: 46%. Booth: 5207.
OLF SWISS BOOKS
MICHAEL O'MARA BOOKS
This U.K. publisher specializes in gift, humor and biography titles; exhibiting with Andrews McMeel Publishing. Featured: Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill by Dominique Enright; J.K. Rowling: A Biography, The Genius Behind Harry Potter by Sean Smith; The Ultimate Book of Farting by Alex Bromcie. Booth: 4360.
OMNIBUS PRESS/MUSIC SALES
123 PUBLISHING HOUSE
Booths: 342, 343.
ORCA BOOK PUBLISHERS
Publishes and distributes books for children and young adults; represents Orca, Roussan, Second Story Press, Sono Nis Press, coolreading.com, Theytus Books, Polestar Calendars, Sumach Press, Formac and James Lorimer and Co. Drawings: for a full fall frontlist ($250 retail value). Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 324.
O'REILLY & ASSOCIATES
Publishes books on computer technologies. Featured: Java Series; .NET Series; XML Series; Linux/Perl/Open Source Series; Web Design/Internet Series. Booth: 4943.
Provides e-books, retail DRM and digital content marketplaces services to enable the secure management and distribution of digital media over global networks. Featured: product demonstrations of ReaderWorks 2.0, MIDAS, Content Reserve and Digital Marketplaces. Booth: 5139.
THE OVERLOOK PRESS
Publishes fiction and nonfiction trade books, including history, art and design, children's, reference, poetry, how-to and sports. Featured: Billy by Pamela Stephenson; Do You Believe in Miracles? by Al Silverman; As High as a Scooter Can Fly by Lia Nirgad; The Art of Noir by Eddie Muller. Giveaways: galleys, promotional materials. Booth: 3247.
OXFORD UNIV. PRESS
Publishes general-trade and academic titles, including children's books, multi-volume references and dictionaries. Featured: Freedom: A History of Us by Joy Hakim; The Oxford Companion to Music, edited by Alison Latham; Elements of Legal Style by Bryan A. Garner. Giveaways: T-shirts, posters, bookmarks. Discounts: extra 2%. Booth: 4534.
A part of Sunset Publishing Corporation. Booth: 2561.
OZARK MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING
Publishes New Age, metaphysical and spiritual titles. Featured: The Forgotten Woman by Arun and Sunanda Gandhi; The Gnostic Papers by John V. Panella; Mankind--Child of the Stars by Max H. Flindt and Otto O. Binder; Luck Doesn't Happen by Chance by Claire Doyle-Beland; Beauty and the Priest by Patrick McNamara; I Have Lived Before by Sture Lonnerstrand; titles by Dolores Cannon, including Conversations with Nostradamus, The Convoluted Universe, Between Death & Life, Jesus and the Essenes, They Walked with Jesus and The Custodians . Giveaways: pens. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 1403.
PACIFIC ISLAND BOOKS
Distributes books from and about Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Deep Sight Publishing, Dunmore Press, Exisle Publishing, Hazard Press, Hodder Moa Beckett, Huia Publishers, IPL/Transpress, Longacre Press, Mallinson Rendel, Phantom House Press, Shoal Bay Press, Silver Owl Press, TePapa Press, Travelwise, Wyvern Press, Dick Watling, Fiji Museum, Fiji Visitor's Bureau, Institute of Pacific Studies, Kim Gravelle, University of the South Pacific, Hale & Iremonger, Molonglo Press, Pacific Downunder, Pandanus Press, RMIT and Robert Anderson Associates. Discounts: 25% (schools/libraries); 50% (retailers); free freight. Booth: 2104.
PALACE PRESS INT'L
PANORAMA EDITORIAL S.A .
Publishes Parabola magazine and related books, videos and audios on myth, tradition and search for meaning; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featuredfrom Parabola:Shanar: Dedication Ritual of a Buryat Shaman by Virlana Tkacz with Sayan Zhambalov and Wanda Phipps; Gathering Sparks: Interviews from Parabola Magazine; Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul by Claire Dunne; Parabola magazine. From Leets Island Books:Profiles of Healing (book/CD series). Giveaways: tote bags; posters; current issues of Parabola magazine. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum), see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
Publishes books on spirituality and Christian living as well as recordings of sacred choral music and educational videos. Featured: A Matter of Time by David Manuel; The Way of Hospitality: Lessons in Loving from the Monastery by Lonni Collins Pratt and Daniel Hooman; Faith Beyond Healing: Finding Hope After Shattered Dreams by Kimberly Winston; A Voice in the Monastery series, including Seeking His Mind: 40 Meetings with Christ by M. Basil Pennington. Drawings: for $200 of merchandise (booksellers). Discounts: 45%, free freight. Booth: 3481.
This division of the United Buddhist Church publishes books and tapes on mindfulness and socially-engaged Buddhism; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured: Each Breath a Smile by Sister Susan; titles by Thich Nhat Hahn, including Master Tang Hoi, A Pebble for Your Pocket, Be Free Where You Are and Novice Stories . Discounts: 50% on backlist; see SCB booth for details. Booth: 2571.
Publishes home-study parenting solutions in trade paperback; distributed by Mint Publishers. Featured: ParentSmart Books series by Penny Shore. Booth: 4375.
Publishes children's books as well as cooking, gardening, art, reference and lifestyle titles. Featured: 1,000 Low Fat Recipes by JoAnne Cox; 1,000 Classic Recipes by Elizabeth Towers; 1,000 Stories & Rhymes by David Clarke; Gardening Compendium by Laura Payne; The House Book by Chelsea Haugh. Booth: 4870.
PARTNERS BOOK DISTRIBUTING
Partners Book Distributing and Partners Book Distributing West are general book wholesalers of extensive frontlist and core backlist titles with a focus on computer, multicultural, regional, children's and audio titles; offers electronic ordering; publishes weekly title updates and annual catalogues. Featured: titles from client publishers. Booths: 2468, 2469.
PASSPORTER TRAVEL PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes travel guidebooks and planning systems. Featured: PassPorter Walt Disney World Resort 2002; PassPorter Walt Disney World Resort 2002 Deluxe Edition; PassPorter Disneyland Resort and Southern California Attractions; PassPorter Trip Planner to Anywhere; PassPorter's Field Guide to the Disney Cruise Line . Giveaways: pins. Discounts: show special. Booth: 3776.
Offers regional golf books and city guides; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
PAUL & CO.
This division of the Independent Publishers Group markets and distributes scholarly, academic and professional titles. Featured: The 1993 World Trade Center Bombing by Peter Caram; The Rebel Radio Diary by Rupert Mould; The Vegan Cookbook series by Linda Majzlik; Effective Health Care Information Systems by Adi Armoni; Legal Effective References by Wendy Bliss; Strategies for eCommerce Success by Bijan Fazollahi. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum), see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
PAULIST PRESS/HIDDEN SPRING
This religious press offers educational, self-help and inspirational titles. Featuredfrom Paulist Press:Don't Call Me "Old"--I'm Just Awakening: Spiritual Encouragement for Later Life by Marsha Sinetar; Servant Leadership, 25th Anniversary Edition by Robert K. Greenleaf; Adam & Eve: Marriage Lessons from the Garden by Michael Shevack. From HiddenSpring:The Spiritual Traveler: Chicago by Marilyn Chiat; The Scimitar and the Veil: Extraordinary Women of Islam by Jennifer Heath. Discounts: 50% on frontlist; 40% on backlist. Booth: 3249.
PETER PAUPER PRESS
Publishes gift books, journals, photo albums, books with CDs, personal organizers and gift box sets. Featured: Cosby on Fatherhood by Bill Cosby; Learning to Fall Journal: Recording the Blessings of an Imperfect Life by Philip Simmons; The Secret Life of Reindeer, a North Pole Whodunnit by Claudine Gandolfi; Fang Shui: Feng Shui for Felines by Catfucius by Michael Domis; Dream Catcher Journal by Janet Terban Morris; Voyages: A Travel Journal, compiled by Evelyn Loeb; The Nativity, from the Gospel of Luke; gift box sets, including Feng Shui for the Home by Rosalind Simmons, Dream Catcher by Janet Terban Morris, A Teacher's Night Before Christmas by Evelyn Loeb, The 12 Days of Christmas by Martin Marix Evans, The 8 Nights of Hanukah by Suzanne Beilenson and Rabbi Daniel S. Wolk. Drawings: for a 48-unit Petites Spinner. Discounts: 50% (returnable), free freight. Booth: 4932.
Publishes books on homestyle and design; distributed by Rizzoli Int'l. Featured: complete range of books. Booth: 3709.
PEACEABLE KINGDOM PRESS
Produces cards, posters, journals and more from children's book illustrators. Featured: greeting cards, posters, journals, stickers, albums, frames, video and racks. Giveaways: cards, posters. Discounts: 10%, free freight on orders of $500 or more. Booth: 432.
Publishes children's picture and chapter books as well as regional, health, parenting and gift titles. Featured: The Library Dragon Doll; Grandma U. by Jeanie Ransom; Hush Little Ones by John Butler. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 3635.
PEARSON EDUCATION GERMANY
This first-time exhibitor publishes computing titles for IT professionals under Addison Wesley Verlag, Markt+Technik Verlag and Prentice Hall/Financial Times imprints; offers titles for translation; a part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
PEARSON EDUCATION INC.
Pearson Education is the world's leading education business with the most trusted and recognized brands in the publishing industry. Our imprints stand for quality, consistency and innovation in education. Pearson Education is committed to producing, selling and marketing the finest products for life-long learning. Imprints include: Alpha, Macromedia Press, Addison Wesley, Adobe Press, New Riders, Prentice Hall PTR, Cisco Press, Peachpit, Que, Sams and Brady Games. Booth: 4874.
Publishes general-trade titles with an emphasis on history, architecture, travel, children's and cookbooks. Featured: Douglas Southall Freeman by David Johnson; Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year: 2002 Edition; Della Raye: A Girl Who Grew Up in Hell and Emerged Whole by Gary Penley; Growing Up Nigger Rich by Gwendoline Y. Fortune. Drawings: for 30-volume set of Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year. Special Events : celebrating 30 years of Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year series with cake. Booth: 3368.
PENN STATE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly titles in art history, philosophy, medieval studies, political science, Latin American studies, American history, sociology and literature; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured: Better in the Poconos: The Story of Pennsylvania's Vacationland by Lawrence Squeri; Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake by Jack Brubaker. Discounts: trade titles, 50%; 40% on short-discount (10 or more titles); plus free freight. Booth: 5222.
A division of Independent Publishers Group. Booth: 5037.
PENNY FARTHING PRESS
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booths: 4779-4783.
Offers laminated quick-learning and promotional tools on conflict resolution, telephone etiquette, programming, spreadsheets, anatomy, social sciences and more. Featured: complete product line. Drawings: for a free order. Discounts: 50% plus free freight. Booth: 4580.
Publishes poetry, fiction, essays, memoir, biography, women's studies, Native American folklore, classics, works of Jewish and Middle Eastern interests and translations; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Human Landscapes from My Country: An Epic Novel in Verse by Nazim Hikmet and Poems of Nazim Hikmet, Revised and Expanded, both translated by Randy Blasing and Mutlu Konuk; Our House in the Last World by Oscar Hijuelos; The Best of Animals: Stories by Lauren Grodstein; Poems of Paul Celan: Revised and Expanded, Bilingual German/English Edition, translated by Michael Hamburger; Imagining America: Stories from the Promised Land, Revised Edition, edited by Wesley Brown and Amy Ling; Big City Cool: Short Stories About Urban Youth, edited by M. Jerry Weiss and Helen S. Weiss; Leviathan with a Hook: Poems by Kimberly Johnson; The Return of Felix Nogara: A Novel, Exiled Memories: A Cuban Childhood and The Marks of Birth, titles by Pablo Medina; A Brief Conversation and Other Stories and The Dragon Can't Dance: A Novel, both by Earl Lovelace; Crazy Weekend and Jessie de la Cruz: A Portrait of a United Farm Worker, both by Gary Soto. Booth: 3353.
PERSEUS BOOKS GROUP
Offers literary fiction and serious nonfiction; companies in the group include Basic Books, Basic Civitas Books, Counterpoint Press, Da Capo Press, Perseus Publishing, Public Affairs and Westview Press. Featured:Business: The Ultimate Resource--The Gold Standard of Business Information for the 21st Century (Perseus Publishing); Art of Mentoring series, including Letters to a Young Conservative by Dinesh D'Souza (Basic Books); Making Democracy Possible by Manning Marable (Basic Civitas Books); That Distant Land by Wendell Berry (Counterpoint); How to Lose Friends and Alienate People by Toby Young (Da Capo); Life's Too Short: A Biography of Gene Kelly by Patricia Ward Kelly (Public Affairs); Blood Diamonds by Greg Campbell (Westview). Giveaways: advance copies, tote bags. Booths: 3448, 3449.
Offers books and online services for consumers, professionals, and academic communities, including guides to colleges, graduate and professional programs, financial aid, international study, summer programs, private schools, distance learning and standardized test prep and career exploration services; a part of the Thomson Corp. Featured: Get Wise! series; SAT Success with flashcards; TOEFL Success with CD; 4 Year Colleges; ASVAB; Master the GED. Booths: 3744, 3745.
PHENIX & PHENIX LITERARY PUBLICISTS
Offers media relations services for authors and publishers. Featured: Marky series of children's books by Deanna Luke; Will's War by Janice Woods Windle. Booth: 2149.
Publishes atlases, maps and astronomy books in all languages for the book trade, mail-order, library and educational markets; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured: new co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers. Booths: 4954, 4955.
Publishes illustrated children's books on the adventures of Philomena Phlea and Barney Bee; exhibiting with the Scottish Publishers Assn. Booth: 4806.
PHOENIX COLOR CORP.
Publishes hardcover and trade paperback literary fiction and nonfiction; exhibiting with Holtzbrinck Publishers. Featured:The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen; I Thought My Father Was God by Paul Auster; The Feast of the Goat by Mario Vargas Llosa. Giveaways: galleys of The Last Good Chance by Tom Barbash. Booth: 3723.
THE PILGRIM PRESS
Publishes spirituality, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and African-American titles. Featured:Book of Daily Prayer 2003: Morning and Evening, edited by Kim Martin Sadler; The Pilgrim Book of Bible Stories. Giveaways: copies of Book of Daily Prayer 2003; sample pages from The Pilgrim Book of Bible Stories. Discounts: 50% plus free freight on featured titles; 45% plus free freight on other orders. Booth: 4205.
This London-based company packages children's novelty books for the under-seven crowd; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: fall 2002 list. Booths: 2824, 2826.
Publishes children's fiction and nonfiction books for the Jewish market; the Devora Publishing imprint publishes adult books of Jewish interest written by well-known personalities. Featured from Pitspopany Press:The Brass Serpent by Eric Kimmel; The Littlest Candlesticks by Sylvia Rouss; The Adventures of Jeremy and Heddy Levi by Yaffa Ganz; Jewish Love Stories for Kids by Leslie Cohen; Brothers Divided by Eli Jacobs; The Burning Light by Betsy Ramsay. From Devora: Camp De Gurs: Passover in the Midst of Perdition by Bella Gutterman and Naomi Morgenstern; The Creation According to the Midrash Rabbah by Rabbi Wilfred Shuchat; Seven Heavens: Inspirational Stories to Enrich Your Soul by Rabbi Levi Meier; The Nebbish Principle by Allan Unger. Discounts: free freight (continental U.S.). Booth: SP137.
Offers a complete trade list in Spanish, including translations, original fiction by Spanish and Latin American writers and reference, self-help and children's titles. Featured Spanish translations:The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien; The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen; Net Force, Vols. 1 & 2 by Tom Clancy; The Weight of Water by Anita Shreve; Shanghai Baby by Wei Hui; Waging Peace by Larry Collins; Billy the Kid by Michael Ondaatje; Everybody Smokes in Hell by John Ridley; Ex Libris by Ross King; Bella Tuscany by Frances Mayes; TheVagina Monologues by Eve Ensler; Mega Bites (Dorling Kindersley). Featured original Spanish titles:El Islam by J.J. Ben Itez; El pie de mi padre by Zoe Valdes; Lo que esta en mi corazon by Marcela Serrano; El paraiso que fuimos by Rosa Beltran; Las remoras by Eloy Urroz; Las fiestas de Frida y Diego by Guadalupe Rivera Marin; Official Dictionary of the Spanish Language (Spanish Royal Academy). Booth: 2313.
Publishes books for children, parents, teachers and parenting professionals. Featured: titles by Dia Michaels, including Look What I See! Where Can I Be? At Home and Look What I See! Where Can I Be? With My Animal Friends.Special Events: in-booth games; chalk talk by illustrator Andew Barthelmes. Booth: 546.
Publishes children's books and photo-insertion books. Featured: selected Picture Me books. Booth: 549.
PLEASANT COMPANY PUBLICATIONS
Publishes books and related sidelines for children ages three to 12; imprints include the American Girls Collection, Angelina Ballerina, Girls of Many Lands, American Girl Library, History Mysteries, Amelia, Wild at Heart, AG Fiction and Matchbox Books. Featured from the American Girls Collection: titles by Janet Shaw, including Meet Kaya, Kaya's Escape, Kaya's Hero, Kaya and Lone Dog, Kaya Shows the Way, Changes for Kaya; titles by Pleasant Company editors, including Kit's Friendship Fun, Samantha's Friendship Fun, The American Girls Card Game, The American Girls Mini Puzzles. From the Girls of Many Lands series:Spring Pearl: The Last Flower by Laurence Yep; Isabel: Taking Wing by Annie Dalton; Ceclie: Gates of Gold by Mary Casanova; Inuk: Ashes in the Pathway by Kirkpatrick Hill; Neela: Victory Song by Chitra Divakaruni. From Angelina Ballerina: titles by Katharine Holabird, including Angelina and Henry, Angelina and the Butterfly, Angelina and the Rag Doll; based on the text by Katharine Holabird, including Angelina Ballerina's ABC, Angelina Ballerina's 1-2-3, Angelina Ballerina's Colors, Angelina Ballerina's Shapes, Angelina Loves, Two Mice in a Boat, The Costume Ball, Angelina in the Wings, A Day at the Fair, Angelina Center Stage Sticker Book, Angelina Activity Book; titles by Pleasant Company editors, including Angelina Ballerina's Dancing Game, Angelina Ballerina Thank You Cards, Angelina Ballerina Fold-Up Letters. From American Girl Library:The Feelings Book: The Care & Keeping of Your Emotions by Lynda Madison; Yikes: A Smart Girl's Guide to Tricky, Sticky, Icky Situations by Nancy Holyoke; The Babysitter's Business Kit by Harriet Brown; titles by Pleasant Company editors, including I Can Do Anything, Imagine: The Girl in the Painting, Christmas Crafts, Letter Art Sticker Book, Doll Hair Book. From History Mysteries:The Strange Case of Baby H by Kathryn Reiss. From Wild at Heart:Masks, created by Laurie Halse Anderson. From AG Fiction:Flying High, Pogo! by Constance Foland. From Matchbox Books:Storm by Justin Korman Fontes; Trash by Justin Korman Fontes. From Pleasant Company Publications:Barbie as Rapunzel by Pleasant Company editors. Giveaways: copies of The Feelings Book and Imagine; fiction samplers; bags; posters; buttons. Discounts: free freight or free Kaya doll drawing package with $750 net order. Booths: 620, 621.
This first-time exhibitor offers books under the Plexus Publishing and Medford Press imprints. Featured:Making Space Happen: Private Space Ventures and the Visionaries Behind Them by Paula Berinstein; Wrong Beach Island by Jane Kelly. Booth: 2238.
This illustrated book publisher specializes in international co-editions with an emphasis on biography, popular music, rock 'n' roll, popular culture, art, photography and cinema; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Goth Chic: A Connoisseur's Guide to Dark Culture by Gavin Baddeley; The Beatles: Literary Anthology, edited by Mike Evans; Brad Pitt: The Rise to Stardom by Brian J. Robb; Rock 'n' Roll Babylon by Gary Herman; Eaten Alive: Italian Cannibal and Zombie Movies by Jay Slater; Tim Burton: A Child's Garden of Nightmares and The Very Breast of Russ Meyer, edited by Paul A. Woods; Rapcore: The Nu-Metal Rap Fusion and Ramones: The Twisted History, both by Dick Porter. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2828.
POETS & WRITERS
POISONED PEN PRESS
Publishes original and out-of-print mystery titles and mystery-related nonfiction; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Hot Pursuit by Nora Kelly; Matricide at St. Martha's by Ruth Dudley Edwards; An Easy Thing by Paco Ignacio Taibo II; Bermuda Grass by Keith Miles; Black Gold by Charles O'Brien. Discounts: 55% plus free freight on 10 or more mixed backlist trade paperbacks. Booth: 4747.
POLYCHROME PUBLISHING CORP.
Publishes arts-oriented books on multicultural history, women's history, fine art, photography and contemporary illustration; offers calendars, posters, cards, journals, art magnets, bookmarks and Knowledge Cards. Featured:Edward Gorey's Dracula Toy Theater; Charles White by Andrea Barnwell; CatChristmas by B. Kliban; Lenore Tawney: Signs on the Wind: Postcard Collages, essay by Holland Cotter; Faces: Portraits by Hanoch Piven. Discounts: free freight (non-calendar orders). Booth: 4216.
Booths: 2756, 3572.
POWELL'S BOOKS WHOLESALE
Distributes scholarly and academic remainders and hurt books; co-reprints Oxford University Press titles on ancient and medieval studies and philosophy; co-organizes the Chicago International Remainder and Overstock Book Exposition (CIROBE). Featured: scholarly and academic remainders. Discounts: new markdowns. Booths: 3152, 3155.
Publishes art and photography books; distributes Umbrage Editions, Juno Books, Thea Westreich and Ethan Wagner. Featured:New York September 11 by Magnum photographers; The Blue Jean Book by Alice White; Clown Paintings by Diane Keaton with essays by Jay Leno, Woody Allen, Steve Martin, Whoopi Goldberg, Martin Short, Garry Shandling et al; The Muhammad Ali Sketch Books by Leroy Nieman; East 100th Street, photographs by Bruce Davidson; Abstract Realities, portraits by George Condo; Destruction of Lower Manhattan, photographs by Danny Lyon; Pilgrimage: Looking at Ground Zero, photographs by Kevin Brubriski. Giveaways: copies of Makeup Your Mind by Francois Nars and New York September 11.Booths: 4304, 4306 .
PPI ENTERTAINMENT GROUP
PRENTICE HALL PRESS
Publishes business, leadership, management, finance, communications, health and self-improvements titles. Featured: fall 2002 titles. Booth: 2368.
Publishes career titles through its imprints Anne McKinney Career Series and Real-Resumes Series; offers fiction and nonfiction through its Judeo-Christian Ethics series. Featured:Real-Resumes for Manufacturing Jobs; Real-Resumes for Aviation & Travel Jobs; Real-Resumes for Police, Law Enforcement & Security Jobs; Real-Resumes for Construction Jobs; Real-Resumes for Social Work & Counseling Jobs. Giveaways: signed copies of new titles. Discounts: 55%, free freight. Booth: 5316.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4624.
Publishes art, architecture, design and photography books. Featured:Blow-Up: Inflatable Art, Architecture and Design by Sean Topham; Some Trains in America by Andrew Cross; US Design: 1975-2000 by R. Craig Miller; A Hidden Love: Art and Homosexuality by Dominique Fernandez; Hieronymus Bosch: Garden of Earthly Delights by Hans Belting. Drawings: for inflatable furniture. Discounts: free freight on 10 or more units (backlist). Booth: 5318.
This Internet site provides book promotion services for authors and publishers with such features as online discussion groups, writing workshops, interviews, audio and video recordings and more. Featured products: online publisher center; portfolio author services; authors' room. Drawings: for a digital camera. Booth: 2239.
PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
Distributed by Chronicle Books. Booths: 2432, 2433.
PRINCETON UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly, professional and trade books in the natural and physical sciences, humanities and social sciences. Featured:The Life of Mammals by David Attenborough; Exploding Stars, Dark Energy, and the Case of the Accelerating Universe by Robert P. Kirshner; Democracy and the Voice of Poetry by Robert Pinsky; Behind Deep Blue: Building the Computer That Defeated the World Chess Champion by Feng-Hsiung Hsu; Corporate Saviors: The Search for Charismatic CEOs by Rakesh Khurana; On War and Leadership: The Words of Combat Commanders from Frederick the Great to Norman Schwarzkopf by Owen S. Connelly; Exploring the Invisible: Art, Science and the Spiritual by Lynn Gamwell; American Sublime: Landscape Painting in the United States, 1820-1880 by Andrew Wilton and Tim Barringer; Why Stock Markets Crash: Critical Events in Complex Financial Systems by Didier Sornette; Why Painting Is Like a Pizza: A Guide to Understanding and Enjoying Modern Art by Nancy G. Heller; Truth and Truthfulness by Bernard Williams; Modern Architecture and Other Essays by Vincent Scully. Discounts: backlist/in-stock special: 50% on 10 or more assorted titles or 25 or more assorted books (no discounted titles, no text adoption orders); see booth for details. Booth: 2524.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
PROMOTIONAL BOOK CO.
This Internet company provides online self-service for publishers. Featured: demonstrations. Booth: 4080.
Publishes titles in multiple product categories, including children's, photo albums, cookbooks, automotive, inspirational, general interest and reference, health, sports, craft and hobby and travel; offers children's licenses and in-house design services. Featured: introducing the Interactive Learning Center merchandising concept. Booths: 600, 601.
PUBLISHERS ASSN. OF THE SOUTH
PAS is the preeminent association of independent publishers and university presses in the Southeast; supports and promotes the book industry in that region; exhibiting with the Publishers Association of the West. Featured: fiction and nonfiction titles from represented publishers. Drawings: register to win a weekend stay at a Florida beachfront hotel. Booth: 2643.
PUBLISHERS ASSN. OF THE WEST
This member-owned and -operated nonprofit corporation serves the needs of publishers, printers, designers, binderies and freelancers in the western U.S. and Canada. Featured: new titles from member-publishers; membership and association information; PAW 2001 National Design Contest award winners. Booth: 2645.
THEPUBLISHERS ASSN. (U.K.)
The London trade organization of the British book and journal publishing industry represents more than 250 members. Featured: information about the U.K. publishing industry. Booths: 2336, 3668, 4704.
PUBLISHERS GROUP WEST
Represents and distributes more than 125 independent publishers in North America. Featured: new titles from client publishers, including Amber-Allen, Arena Editions, Avalon Publishing Group, Avalon Travel Publishing, Backbeat, Bay Books/Soma, Berrett-Koehler, Beyond Words, Birdcage Books, Bull Publishing, Cadence, Canongate, Cleis, CMP, Conari Press, Context Books, A Day in the Life of Africa, Feral House, Footprint Handbooks, Four Walls Eight Windows, Grove, L.A. Theatre Works, Hunter House, Milkweed, New Harbinger, New World/HJ Kramer, No Starch Press, Ronin, Seven Stories Press, Shelter Publications, Soft Skull, Syngress, Taunton, Tinwood, Travelers' Tales, Ulysses Press, Viz Communications. Drawings: for the contents of the PGW backlist booth; see booth for details. Booth: 2745.
PUBLISHERS MARKETING ASSN.
This nonprofit association represents more than 3,500 independent publishers across the U.S. Featured: more than 500 titles from independent publishers. Drawings: for a free trip to 2003 BEA (booksellers only). Discounts: 50%. Special Events: April 30-May 2: PMA/BEA Publishing University, Grand Hyatt; May 2: Benjamin Franklin Awards presentation, 6 p.m., Grand Hyatt. Booths: 4732-4736.
PW is a trade magazine that covers the international news for book publishing and bookselling; its readership includes publishers, booksellers, librarians, book wholesalers, reviewers and literary agents. Featured: daily coverage of the convention on PW's Web site (www.publishersweekly.com ) and in PW's "BEA Show Daily"; sign up (at the booth or online) for "PW Daily for Booksellers" and "PW Newsline." Giveaways: copies of annual pre-convention issue. Booth: 3936.
PUJOL & AMADO
PURDUE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly titles in business, technology, health, veterinary medicine, humanities and sciences; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:A Passion for Ideas: How Innovators Create the New and Shape Our World, edited by Heinrich von Pierer and Bolko von Oetinger; WithoutCovers: literary_magazines@the_digital_edge, edited by Lesha Hurliman and Numsiri Kunakemakorn; The Art of Global Thinking: Integrating Organizational Philosophies of East and West by Donald Cyr; Applied Ethics in Animal Research: Philosophy, Regulations, and Laboratory Applications, edited by John P. Gluck et al.; Crafting Customer Value: The Art and Science by Peter Duchessi; An Engineer's Diary of the Great War, edited by Terry Bareither. Discounts: 50%, free freight on 10 or more backlist titles. Booth: 5225.
PUTUMAYO WORLD MUSIC
Distributes independently published books, videos, DVDs and multimedia to libraries in North America; exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booths: 4863, 4865.
Publishes books on transpersonal psychology, comparative religion, deep ecology, spiritual growth, creativity development and alternative health; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Essential Musical Intelligence: Using Music as Your Path to Healing, Creativity, and Radiant Wholeness by Louise Montello; The Summer Solstice: Celebrating the Journey of the Sun from May Day to Harvest by John Matthews; The Real St. Nicholas: Tales of Generosity and Hope from Around the World by Louise Carus; The Feminine Face of Buddhism by Gill Farrer-Halls; The Song of Arthur: Celtic Tales from the King's Court by John Matthews; Frodo's Quest: The Lord of the Rings as a Myth to Live By by Robert Ellwood. Giveaways: to celebrate the summer solstice, homemade wheat bread (May 4, 1-3 p.m.). Special Events: Louise Montello will demonstrate toning exercises at booth (May 3, 1:30-3 p.m.). Booth: 4623.
QUEST PUBLISHING & DISTRIBUTION
This first-time exhibitor is a new publishing imprint from the creators of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook; offers crossover impractical reference and irreverent adult nonfiction; distributed by Chronicle Books. Featured:The Action Hero's Handbook by David Borgenicht and Joe Borgenicht; As Seen on TV: 50 Amazing Products and the Commercials That Made Them Famous by Lou Harry and Sam Stall; Computer Waiting Games: Things to Do While Downloading, Processing, or Crashing by Hal Bowman; I Can't Fight This Feeling: Timeless Poems for Lovers from Pop Hits of the '70s and '80s; Extreme Encounters: How It Feels to Be Drowned in Quicksand, Shredded by Piranhas, Swept Up in a Tornado, and Other Unpleasant Situations by Greg Emmanuel; Field Guide to Stains by Virginia M. Friedman, Melissa Wagner and Nancy Armstrong; Amazing Irv's Handbook of Everyday Magic by Irv Furman. Giveaways: messenger bags; the Quirk Fall 2002 Map of New York City; galleys of The Action Hero's Handbook; stickers. Drawings: for an As Seen on TV item. Booths: 2432, 2433.