| 2003 BEA EXHIBITOR LISTINGS |
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Distributed by Publishers Group West. Booths: 2840, 2842.
PAMELA R. CALVIN
CAMBRIDGE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes academic and trade books. Featured:On Nature and Language by Noam Chomsky; The Mathematics of Oz by Clifford A. Pickover; Unfinished Business: America's Cuba Policy in the Post Cold War Era, 1989-2001 by Morris Morley; The Years of Silence Are Past by Stephen Hinshaw; A History of Islamic Societies by Ira Lapidus; The Tragedy of the Middle East by Barry Rubin; Risk and Reason by Cass Sunstein; An Elementary Introduction to Mathematical Finance by Sheldon Ross. Booth: 3655.
Publishes children's books and stationery products. Featured:Fairie-ality: The Fashion Collection from the House of Ellwand, created/photographed by David Ellwand, text by Eugenie Bird, illus. by David Dounton; Don't You Feel Well, Sam by Amy Hest, illus. by Anita Jeram; On Morning Wings by Reeve Lindbergh, illus. by Holly Meade; I Pledge Allegiance by Bill Martin Jr. and Michael Sampson, illus. by Chris Raschka; The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, retold by Stephen Mitchell, illus. by Bagram Ibatoulline; 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, illus. by Matt Tavares; Judy Moody Saves the World by Megan MacDonald, illus. by Peter Reynolds; This Place I Know: Poems of Comfort, illus. by various artists; Tiger Rising by Kate DiCamillo; Where's Waldo? series by Martin Handford. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: backlist show special: extra percentage points/dating. Special Events: original cover art on display. Booth: 402.
Specializes in fiction, biography, music and classic Scottish literature; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Happiness by Will Ferguson; My Loose Thread by Dennis Cooper; A True Story Based on Lies by Jennifer Clement; Spitting Off Tall Buildings by Dan Fante; What's Going On? Marvin Gaye and the Last Days of the Motown Sound by Ben Edmonds; The Assassin's Cloak: An Anthology of the World's Greatest Diarists, edited by Irene and Alan Taylor; Rembrandt's Whore by Sylvie Matton; The Philosophy of Risk: A Biography of Dougal Haston by Jeff Connor. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2736.
CANTERBURY BOOK CO.
Publishes nonfiction books that touch the heart or solve a problem; distributed by Int'l Publishers Marketing. Featured:Pardon Me! The Denise Rich Story by Denise Rich with Laura Morton; Finding My Voice by Diane Rehm; Graduate! Everything You Need to Succeed After College by Kristen Gustafson. Giveaways: demo CDs; sample chapters; buttons; magnets; copies of New York A to Z by Paul Wasserman. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4942.
CARDINAL PUBLISHERS GROUP
Provides national distribution, sales and consulting services for books, videos and DVDs on cookery, fiction, photography, sports and women's health; client-publishers include Cucina Casalings, Five-Star, Pacers Sports & Entertainment, Reedsain, Rivendell Book Factory, Spurlock Photography and Wish Publishing. Featured: The Anything You Can Do series by Michael and Doreen Greenberg; Mom's Handy Book of Backyard Games by Pete Cava; Tiger Woods: Photo Tribute to a Champion and Jeff Gordon: Photo Tribute to a Champion, both by Brian Spurlock; Kickboxing for Women by Jennifer Lawler and Debz Buller; Punch! Why Women Participate in Violent Sports by Jennifer Lawler; Festa del Giardino: A Harvest of Recipes and Family Memories by Sally Maraventano. Drawings: for an autographed WNBA basketball, other women's sports memorabilia. Discounts: 48% plus free freight on five copies. Booth: 3574.
Publishes trade books on business, reference, personal finance and career as well as New Age, self-help and health titles. Featured:Ultimate Selling Power by Donald Moine and Ken Lloyd; Identity Theft: How to Protect Your Most Valuable Asset by Robert Hammond; Hollywood Urban Legends: The Truth Behind All Those Delightfully Persistent Myths of Film, Television and Music by Richard Roeper; Soldiers in the Shadows: Unknown Heroes Who Changed the Course of History by William Weir; Wicca for Couples by A.J. Drew; A Witch's Prayer Book by Sirona Knight. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booths: 2554-2560.
CARLTON PUBLISHING GROUP
Publishes illustrated reference books on popular subjects such as sports, health, pop culture, design, architecture, beauty, computers, science and erotica. Featured:Space: A History of Space Exploration in Photographs by Andrew Chaiken; America Then & Now by Blythe Hammer; Civil War in Photos by William C. Davis; NASCAR in Photographs by Jonathan Ingram; The Lover's Guide for Women by Marcelle d'Argy and Sarah Humphery. Giveaways: posters. Booths: 2927, 2929.
CARROLL & GRAF PUBLISHERS
Publishes books on history and current affairs as well as fiction and mysteries; a part of the Avalon Publishing Group; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Dangerous Behavior by Walter Marks; Alistair Cooke's America by Alistair Cooke; Robert Maxwell: Israel's Superspy by Gordon Thomas; Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing; Beasts by Joyce Carol Oates. Booths: 2833, 2835.
CARTOONISTS ACROSS AMERICA
CASA EDITRICE BONECHI
CASE STATIONERY CO.
This first-time exhibitor produces stationery products such as notes, memo pads and stationery boxes in metal and fabric. Featured: full product line. Booth: 847.
Offers illustrated reference books on a broad range of subjects; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured: co-editions for sale to international publishers in all language markets. Booths: 4954, 4955.
CATHOLIC BOOK PUBLISHERS ASSN.
This nonprofit educational foundation publishes public-policy books for academic and lay readers; distributed by the National Book Network. Featured:James Madison and the Future of Limited Government, edited by John A. Samples; Government Failure: A Primer in Public Choice by Gordon Tullock, Arthur Seldon and Gordon L. Brady; Neoliberalism: The Ideas That Are Changing the World, edited by David Boaz; Copyfights: The Future of Intellectual Property in the Information Age, edited by Adam Thierer and Wayne Crews. Giveaways: pocket editions of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States. Booth: 4603.
THE CAT'S PAJAMAS
Offers fulfillment software systems for publishers. Featured: The Cat's Pajamas, Version 4.1. Booth: 5321.
CCLS PUBLISHING HOUSE
C&C OFFSET PRINTING
Offers full in-house manufacturing facilities for prepress, printing and binding, including casebound, softcover, flexibound, novelty and book-plus production line; sheet-fed and Web press available. Featured: sample books. Giveaways: souvenirs. Booth: 4312.
Offers nonfiction books and consulting services on relationships and family issues. Featured: Conquered Legacy: A Healing Experience (audio series); Domestic Violence: In the Heat of the Moment. Giveaways: CD-ROMs for self-hypnosis. Drawings: daily. Discounts: for quantity purchases; see booth for details. Special Events: Myers Briggs Type Indicator for Personality Type administered/scored at booth. Booth: SP259.
Publishes books, calendars and sidelines featuring high-profile artists, authors and licenses. Featured books:Ordinary Heroes by Flavia and Lisa Weedn; Playboy gift books. Featured products:Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers journals; Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets journals. Booth: 4368.
CENTER FOR THE BOOK
Cepromex, the Mexican book promotion center, is a collective national exhibition representing the Organismo de la Camara Nacional de la Industria Editorial Mexicana. Featured: more than 2,000 titles from 50 participating publishers. Booth: 2422.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4749.
P. CHAN & EDWARD
CHARLES RIVER MEDIA
CHELSEA GREEN PUBLISHING
Publishes and distributes books for sustainable living, including alternative building techniques, renewable energy, organic gardening and agriculture, whole foods and vegetarian cookery, environmental policy and nature. Featured:Slow Food: Collected Thoughts on Taste, Tradition and the Honest Pleasures of Food, edited by Carlo Petrini and Ben Watson; The Secrets of Salsa by the Mexican Women of the Anderson Valley; A Cafecito Story by Julia Alvarez; House of Straw: A Natural Building Odyssey by Carolyn Roberts; This Organic Life: Confessions of a Suburban Homesteader by Joan Gussow; The Lost Language of Plants: The Ecological Importance of Plant Medicines to Life on Earth by Stephen Harrod Buhner. Giveaways: signed copies. Drawings: for a cookbook library. Discounts: 47%, free freight on orders for 10 or more books. Special Events: a Slow Food reception celebrating Cinco de Mayo, honoring the publication of The Secrets of Salsa and A Cafecito Story (May 3 & May 4 , 3:30 p.m.). Booth: 4270.
CHELSEA HOUSE PUBLISHERS
CHICAGO REVIEW PRESS
Imprints include A Cappella Press and Lawrence Hill; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured from Chicago Review Press:Snake Hips: The Girl's Guide to Belly Dancing and True Love by Anne Thomas Soffee; Building Bots: Designing and Building Warrior Robots by William Gurstelle; Paranoid Parenting: Abandon Your Anxieties to Be a Better Parent by Frank Furedi; World War II for Kids: A History with 21 Activities by Richard Panchyk; The American Revolution for Kids: A History with 21 Activities by Janis Herbert. From A Cappella Press:The Cartoon Music Book, edited by Daniel Goldmark and Yuval Taylor; Revolution: The Making of the Beatles' White Album by David Quantick; Jimi Hendrix and the Making of Are You Experienced by Sean Egan; Independent Filmmaking: A Law and Business Guide to Financing, Shooting, and Distributing Independent and Digital Films by Jon M. Garon. From Lawrence Hill:More Justice, More Peace: A Black Person's Guide to the American Legal System by Nedra D. Campbell; The First Rasta: The Roots of Rastafarianism from Marcus Garvey to Bob Marley by Hélène Lee; The Colors of Love: A Black Person's Guide to Interracial Relationships by Kimberley Hohman. Giveaways: advance copies of Snake Hips. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
CHILDREN'S ART CO.
CHILDREN'S BOOK COUNCIL
CBC is the sponsor of Children's Book Week and Young People's Poetry Week and the exclusive producer of graphics for those annual celebrations as well as an array of reading-enhancement materials by children's book artists for year-round use. Featured: "Children's Books Mean Business," a cooperative exhibit. Booth: 2328.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS MEAN BUSINESS
A cooperative exhibit of more than 250 theme books organized by the American Booksellers Assn. and Children's Book Council Joint Committee. Booth: 371.
CHILDREN'S PRESS/FRANKLIN WATTS
Publishes trade and educational books for children and young adults. Discounts: backlist special: order 25 backlist paperback books, receive 50%, free freight; remainder special: white sale/bid list on various titles. Booths: 302, 3045.
CHINA UNIVERSAL PRESS & PUBLISHING CO.
Booths: 2100, 2101.
CHINESE PUBLISHERS' DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
CPDF provides industry information and other services to the Taiwan publishing community and organizes the Taipei International Book Exhibition. Booth: 2320.
Choice and ChoiceReviews.online are publications of the Assn. of College & Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Assn.; Choice contains more than 650 monthly reviews primarily for those who purchase books and electronic media for undergraduate library collections, including librarians and teaching faculty; ChoiceReviews.online database contains all reviews published in Choice magazine since September 1988. Booth: 2860.
Offers tie-in books, videos, cassettes and CDs and allied merchandise from the Caillou animated series. Featured: titles from the Backpack series, including Goes Birdwatching by Francine Allen and Goes Camping by Roger Harvey; the Scooter series, including Dresses Up! by Francine Allen, The Birthday Party by Claire St.-Onge, Favorite T-Shirt by Jeanne Verhoye-Millet and The Picnic by Michel Belair; the Tick-Tock series, including Friends, On the Farm, Toys and Sounds, titles illus. by Tipeo; the Little Dipper series, including It's Mine! and Where Is Teddy?, both by Joceline Sanschagrin, illus. by Tipeo; the Merry-Go-Round series, including Giraffe and Crocodile, both by Jeannine Beaulieu, illus. by Tipeo and Dominos and Xylophone, both by Jeannine Beaulieu, illus. by Claude Lapierre. Discounts: free freight with order of a Caillou spinner rack. Special Events: in-booth visit by costumed-character Caillou. Booths: 3558, 3559.
CHRISTIAN DUPLICATIONS INT'L
Publishes religious and inspirational books. Featured:Be Still America... I Am God, From Out of the Rubble, Stories of Hope by Amy Bartlett. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 4007.
Publishes illustrated books on art and architecture, cookery, design, pop culture and travel as well as children's books and fiction; also offers gift items, stationery and calendars; distributed lines include Innovative Kids, North-South Books, Handprint Books, Princeton Architectural Press, Quirk Books and Ragged Bear. Featured:The Beatles Anthology (paperback); Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Holidays by David Borgenicht and Joshua Piven; Alexandria: In Which the Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin & Sabine Unfolds by Nick Bantock; Michael Chiarello's Casual Cooking; Sumo Mouse by David Wisniewski; Sylvia Long's Mother Goose Block Box; "Prescription for Reading" campaign; Caterpillar series; Sam's Christmas Word Book and Sam's Pop-Up Schoolhouse by Yves Got; Ruby's Wish by Shirin Yim Bridges, illus. by Sophie Blackall. Giveaways: galleys of And My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You by Kathi Kamen Goldmark; galleys of Knockout Mouse and Sharpshooter (from CB new mystery series); Worst-Case Scenario Survival Guideto BEA postcards; badge holders; bags; stickers; tampon cases from Vinnie's Giant Roller Coaster Period Chart & Journal Sticker Book by Vinnie D'Angelo; "Prescription for Reading" posters; Reading Aloud Tips brochures. Drawings: for a large plush Sam doll; for two-sided posters. Discounts: extra 3% on retail orders of 75 or more assorted backlist titles (all divisions). Special Events: cooking demonstration by Michael Chiarello. Booths: 2432, 2433.
CINCO PUNTOS PRESS
Publishes the literature of the U.S./Mexico border, the American Southwest and Mexico; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Cada Nino: A Bilingual Songbook for Kids by Tish Hinojosa; Si Se Puede: The Story of the Los Angeles Janitors' Strike by Diane Cohn, illus. by Francisco Delgado; Puro Border, Reports, Dispatches and Graffiti from the U.S./Mexico Border, edited by Luis Humberto Croswaite, Bobby Byrd and John William Byrd; Frontera Dreams: A Hector Belascoaran Shayne Novel by Paco Ignacio Taibo II; Pajaro Verde/The Green Bird by Joe Hayes, illus. by Antonio Castro. Discounts: retail/library accounts (U.S. only): 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booth: 2533.
Specializes in erotica and erotic science fiction; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Sex Noir: Stories of Sex, Death and Loss by Jamie Joy Gatto; Stocking Stuffers: Gay Holiday Erotica, edited by David Laurents; The Darker Passions: Frankenstein by Nancy Kilpatrick writing as Amarantha Knight; Mind & Body, edited by Cecilia Tan. Giveaways: 10th-anniversary T-shirts. Discounts: see SCB Distributors booth for details. Special Events: sponsor of Firecracker Alternative Book Awards. Booth: 2574.
The Chicago International Remainder and Overstock Book Exposition is exclusively devoted to bargain books and takes place annually. Featured: information about the trade show CIROBE 2002; copies of the PW/CIROBE remainder supplement; demonstrations of bargain book industry Web site. Booth: 3155.
CITY LIGHTS BOOKS
Publishes literary fiction, poetry, cultural criticism, politics, history and philosophy; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Outlaw Woman by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz; Almost Blue by Carlo Lucarelli; Danger and Beauty by Jessica Hagedorn; Sealed in Stone by Toni Mariani; Another City: Writing from Los Angeles, edited by David L. Ulin; The Consul by Ralph Rumney; The Tribe by Jean-Michel Mension. Giveaways: postcards, bookmarks, Post-its, shopping bags. Discounts: retail/library accounts (U.S. only): 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booth: 2543.
CLARK WORLDWIDE TRANSPORTATION
Publishes provocative fiction and nonfiction titles on feminism, sexual politics, lesbian and gay studies, African American studies and fiction; the Midnight Editions imprint offers books on human rights; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Black Like Us: A Century of Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual African American Fiction, edited by Devon W. Carbado, Dwight A. McBride and Donald Weise; Melymbrosia by Virginia Woolf. Giveaways: copies of The Ultimate Guide to Cunnilingus by Violet Blue. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 2736.
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 4721.
Distributed by Publishers Group West. Booth: 2832.
CO & BEAR PRODUCTIONS (U.K.)
Publishes and packages illustrated books on a wide range of subjects for the international co-edition market specializing in lifestyle, photography, art, interior design, travel, cookery and fashion. Featured:Orchids by Mark Griffiths; David Hicks: Designer by Ashley Hicks; United Colours: The Benetton Campaigns by Lorella Pagnucco; Salvemini, photographs by Oliviero Toscani; Fruit by Peter Blackburn-Mays; Tuscan Elements by Alexandra Black. Booth: 4907.
COFFEE HOUSE PRESS
Distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Booth: 2544.
COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY PRESS
PETER COLLINS PUBLISHING
Publishes specialty dictionaries in English and bilingual editions; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:Basic English Dictionary & Basic English Thesaurus; Glossary of Shakespeare's Language; Bradford's Pocket Crossword Dictionary; Bradford's Guide to Solving Crosswords. Giveaways: pens. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles (no minimum), see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
This U.K.-based bargain-book wholesaler specializes in overstocks, remainders and promotional books. Featured: books from client-publishers, including Bloomsbury, Faber, Egmont, Conran Octopus, Oxford Univ. Press, Pan Macmillan, Random Century and Vintage. Booth: 2943.
COLUMBIA UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade, scholarly and reference titles as well as CD-ROMs and online publications. Featured:Breaking the Slump: Baseball in the Depression Era by Charles Alexander; Inside Al Qaeda: Global Network of Terror by Rohan Gunaratna; Emperor of Japan, Meiji and His World: 1852-1912 by Donald Keene; New York City Trees: A Field Guide for the Metropolitan Area by Edward S. Barnard; New York: An Anthology of the City by Kenneth T. Jackson and David S. Dunbar. Giveaways: baseball cards, seed packs. Booth: 3637.
COMBINED BOOK EXHIBIT
Organizer of book and periodical exhibits for publishers and associations at major national and regional conferences as well as special events; co-organizer of the BEA International Collective section, London Book Fair and Prague Book Fair with U.S.A. Books Abroad Inc.; foreign participants include collective exhibits from Spain, Mexico, Taiwan, the Czech Republic and others; organizer of the 24th Annual Children's Books Mean Business Exhibit in cooperation with the Children's Book Council and American Booksellers Assn. Booth: 2865.
Offers sales, training and support for a fully integrated, turnkey retail management/inventory control system called Square One appropriate for single or multistore operations. Featured: system demonstrations. Booth: 4549.
Publishes books on spirituality, personal growth, relationships, women's issues, parenting and social issues; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Life Can Be This Good by Jan Goldstein; Teachers with the Courage to Give by Jackie Waldman; 365 Simple Pleasures by Susannah Seton; 365 Days of Love by Daphne Rose Kingma; The Writer's Mentor by Catherine Roundtree; Attitudes of Gratitude in Love by Mary Jane Ryan; Retail Therapy by Amanda Ford; A Good House Is Never Done by John Wheatman; Everything I Needed to Know I Learned from Other Women by BJ Gallagher; Romancing the Stove by Margie Lapanja; How to Live in the World and Still Be Happy by Hugh Prather; Hanging Out the Wash by Adair Lara; The I Love You Book by Cynthia MacGregor; Communication Miracles at Work by Matthew Gilbert; The Little Book of Courage by Sarah Quigley; The Well-Rested Woman by Janet Kinosian. Giveaways: posters, pencils, bags. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booths: 2849, 2851.
CONCEPTUAL MATH MEDIA
This sidelines company produces math games for the whole family. Featured: Equate Game; PrimePak Card Game; Equate Advanced Tile Set. Drawings: to win $60 worth of products. Discounts: prepaid orders, extra 10% plus free freight; 30-day net, 50% plus free freight. Booth: 452.
CONCORDIA PUBLISHING HOUSE
Publishes Christian books and media for children. Featured:That Special Starry Night by Jeff Carnehl; The Very First Christians and The Very First Christmas, both by Paul L. Maier, illus. by Francisco Ordaz; Hidden Prince by Jeffrey E. Burkart. Discounts: 50%, free freight, delayed billing on qualifying orders. Booth: 437.
Publishes illustrated books on interior design, cookery, gardening, crafts, design, art and decorative arts; a part of the Octopus Publishing Group. Featured: new co-editions for sale to U.S. and international publishers; select titles for sale direct to U.S. booksellers. Booths: 4954, 4955.
CONSORTIUM BOOK SALES & DISTRIBUTION
This distributor offers fiction, nonfiction, poetry, children's and parenting, art and design, women's, gay/lesbian and multicultural literature to the U.S. and Canadian book trade from more than 75 independent presses around the world. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including Absolute Press, AK Press, Akashic Books, Alice James Books, Alyson Publications, Applewood Books, Arcadia Books, Arsenal Pulp Press, Aunt Lute Books, Barrytown, Black Dog Publishing, Black Rose Books, Blue Heron Publishing, BOA Editions, Breakaway Books, Building Blocks, Calyx Books, Cinco Puntos Press, City Lights Publishers, Coffee House Press, Copper Canyon Press, Creation Books, Curbstone Press, Dewi Lewis Publishing, Disinformation Company, Eighth Mountain Press, Exact Change, Feminist Press at CUNY, Gestalten Verlag, Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS), Green Integer, Gryphon House, HarperCollins Publishers Australia, Headpress, Helter Skelter Publishing, Holy Cow! Press, Image Continuum Press, Innisfree Press, Joshua Odell Editions, Latin American Literary Review Press, Leapfrog Press, Lumen Books, Marion Boyars Publishers, Mariposa Press, Mercury House, Milet Publishing, Millivres Prowler Group, Mo'Media, New Rivers Press, New Society Publishers, Paris Press, Pond Press, Pushkin Press, Razorfish Studios, Readers Int'l, Reaktion Books, Red Crane Books, Ruminator Books, SAF Publishing, Sarabande Books, Serpent's Tail/ High Risk Books, South End Press, Stone Bridge Press, Story Line Press, Sun & Moon Press, Theatre Communications Group, Third Side Press, Ticktock Publishing, Vision Paperbacks, Whereabouts Press, White Pine Press, Witches Almanac, Women in Translation, Zephyr Press, Zoland Books. Discounts: retail/library accounts (U.S. only): 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booths: 2538, 2539.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4633.
Publishes fiction and nonfiction; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:The Holy: A Novel by Daniel Quinn; titles by Derrick Jensen, including A Language Older Than Words, The Culture of Make Believe and Listening to the Land; Land Where My Fathers Died by Joe Edd Morris; Esquire's Big Book of Fiction; Speed's New York by Timothy "Speed" Levitch. Giveaways: galleys. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Special Events: off-site: Context Books and Four Walls Eight Windows are co-hosting a party at Housing Works; in-booth: Timothy "Speed" Levitch will be on hand with his Shakespeare delivery troupe. Booth: 2754.
This first-time exhibitor is a national sales group representing Weatherhill, BHB International, Heian International, Frank Amato Publications, American Cancer Society, Data Becker, Delano Greenidge Editions, Lawson Falle Publications, Swordsmith Publications, Templeton Foundation Press, Todtri Book Publishers, Ulysses Travel Guides, Vision On Publishing Ltd. here in the U.S. Featured: titles from client-publishers. Booths: 5112, 5115.
This first-time exhibitor publishes a bimonthly cooking magazine as well as several cookbooks a year. Featured: titles by the editors of Cook's Illustrated magazine, including The America's Test Kitchen Cookbook, The Best Recipe, The Best Recipe: American Classics, The Best Recipe: Italian Classics, The Best Recipe: Grilling and Barbecue; The Best Recipe: Soups & Stews. Giveaways: magazines. Booth: 3886.
COOL SPRINGS PRESS
Exhibiting with Thomas Nelson Publishing. Booth: 2618.
COOPER SQUARE PRESS
Publishes trade paperbacks and hardcover originals in history, the performing arts, literature, travel and exploration; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Bette Midler: Still Divine by Mark Bego; The Salem Witch Trials by Marilyn K. Roach; Hollywood Remembered by Paul Zollo; The Gertrude Stein Reader, edited by Richard Kostelanetz; LaSalle: A Perilous Odyssey from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico by Donald Johnson; Harold Prince and the American Musical Theater by Foster Hirsch; Stalin's War by Edwin P. Hoyt. Booth: 4619.
This imprint of Springer-Verlag New York publishes innovative science books. Featured:Flight 427: Anatomy of an Airline Disaster by Gerry Byrne; American Normal by Lawrence Osborne; 100 Stars by James B. Kaler; The Return of the Crazy Bird: The Sad, Strange Tale of the Dodo Bird by Clara Pinto-Correia; The Little Book of Planet Earth by Rolf Meissner; The Little Book of Earthquakes and Volcanoes by Rolf Schick; Curve Ball by Jim Albert and Jay Bennett; Chemical and Biological Warfare by Eric Croddy. Giveaways: samplers, galleys. Discounts: free freight (25-unit minimum). Booth: 2168.
Provides packager services to international publishing houses; publishes under the Tana imprint for illustrated books and products in fine arts, cookery, wines, nature, sports, hobbies, crafts, general interest, photography and sciences; distributed by Mint Publishers. Featured: company services and products. Booth: 4379.
CORNELL UNIV. PRESS
Publishes trade and scholarly books on anthropology, the classics, cultural studies, history, literary criticism and theory, medieval studies, philosophy, politics and international relations, psychology and psychiatry and women's studies; offers books on the life sciences and natural history under the Comstock Publishing Associates imprint; offers books on industrial and labor relations under the ILR Press imprint. Featured:Not for Bread Alone by Moe Foner; Diamond Stories: Enduring Change on 47th Street by Renee Rose Shield; Australia: The Land That Time Forgot by Reg Morrison; The Death of Franz Liszt by Alan Walker; Killed Strangely: The Death of Rebecca Cornell by Elaine Crane; Insects Revealed: Monsters or Marvels by J. DeTonnancour; The Veil of Order: Conversations with Alfred Brendel. Discounts: 45% on five or more books (trade/reference titles). Booth: 5000.
COSMOS GIFTS CORP.
COUNCIL OAK BOOKS
Publishes memoirs, titles on Native American spirituality and gift books. Featured:The Blessing: A Memoir by Gregory Orr; Native New Yorkers by Evan T. Pritchard; Blessings of Guadalupe by Eryk Hanut; A Cherokee Feast of Days, Vol. 3 by Joyce Sequichie Hifler; Native Wisdom by Ed McGaa. Giveaways: galleys, postcards, bookmarks. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4506.
COUNCIL OF LITERARY MAGAZINES & PRESSES
Exhibiting with Thomas Nelson Publishing. Booth: 2618.
Publishes books and guides on regional recreation, travel, history, food and country living; a division of W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:The Cheeses of Vermont: A Gourmet Guide to Vermont's Artisanal Cheesemakers by Henry Tewksbury; They Battered Stars: One State's Civil War Ordeal During Grant's Overland Campaign by Howard Coffin; The Granite Kiss: Traditions and Techniques of Building New England Stone Walls by Kevin Gardner; New England Seacoast Adventures by Stephen Jermanok; the Explorer's Guide series, including The Blue Ridge & Smoky Mountains by Jim Hargan. Discounts: see W.W. Norton booth for details. Booth: 3345.
COWLEY HUNTER ROBINSON
This packager offers interactive children's books, including board books, information books and kits; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: Kool Skool series, including Hey, Wanna Paint and Hey, Wanna Model Clay, both by Deri Robins; Genies series, including Party Art by Gaby Goldsack and Amazing Science by Deri Robins; On the Move series, including Be a Demon Practical Joker, Mad Mind-Benders, Amazing Makeovers and Nuts About Nails, titles by Gaby Goldsack. Booth: 4706.
This full-service company offers warehousing, sales and marketing services for domestic and international markets. Booth: 2859.
CRABTREE PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes illustrated children's fiction and nonfiction in subjects such as history, countries, cookbooks, arts and crafts, animals, sports, science, biographies, nature and the environment. Featured: Blue Bananas series (12 titles), including "Here I Am!" Said Smedley by Simon Puttock, Magic Lemonade by Joyce Dunbar and Jan McCafferty, Colin and the Curly Claw by Jan Fearnley and Peg by Maddie Stewart; The Life Cycle series (new) by Bobbie Kalman, including The Life Cycle of a Lion and The Life Cycle of a Wolf; Arty Facts series (new), including Animals and Art Activities by Janet Sacks, Polly Goodman and Steve Parker, Plants and Art Activities by Rosie McCormick and Planet Earth Activities by John Cooper; Sports in Action series (four new titles) by John Crossingham, including Tennis in Action and Skateboarding in Action; Lands, Peoples and Cultures series (nine new titles), including Philippines: The Land by Greg Nickles, Ireland: The People by Erinn Banting and Vietnam: The Culture by Bobboe Kalman; Colonial People series (new), including The Woodworkers by Bobbie Kalman and Deanna Brady, The Milliner by Niki Walker, and The Colonial Cook by Bobbie Kalman and Ellen Brown; Small Worlds series (four new titles), including A Coral Reef by Jen Green and In a House by James W.R. Martin. Giveaways: posters. Discounts: 50%, free freight (no minimum). Booth: 407.
CRAFT PRINT INT'L
This Singapore-based ISO 2002 certified company offers a complete range of in-house production services, from prepress to multicolor printing to binding and finishing options; specializes in the production of high-quality calendars, engagement diaries, coffee-table books, facsimile reproductions, paperbacks, children's books and educational titles. Booth: 2862.
Exhibiting with the Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 4861.
CRANE HILL PUBLISHERS/SOUTHERN LIGHTS CUSTOM PUBLISHING
Publishes nonfiction and fiction focusing on history, American culture, literature and humor and distributed by John F. Blair Publisher; Southern Lights Custom Publishing offers book-packaging services. Featured:Wild Blue Yonder by William Price Fox; Hernando De Soto: A Search for Gold and Horace King: Bridges to Freedom, both by Faye Gibbons, illus. by Bruce Dupree; A Morning Cup of Yoga by Jane Trechsel; The Dixie Dictionary: An Introduction to the Southern Language by Thomas W. Howard. Discounts: 46% plus free freight; 50% (nonreturnable) plus free freight. Booth: 4347.
Publishes scientific, medical, technical and mathematical books as well as books on environmental science, engineering, business and statistics; imprints provide classic and definitive print products, electronic databases and subscription-based periodicals and newsletters and include CRC Press, Lewis Publishers, Chapman and Hall/CRC, Auerbach, FCN Publishing and Parthenon Publishing. Featured:CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics; CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae; Melloni's Illustrated Medical Dictionary. Drawings: for a $200 American Express gift certificate. Discounts: independent bookstores/independent college stores ordering $750 retail of backlist titles published before May 1 will receive an extra 10% and free freight. Booth: 5068.
Independent counter-culture publishers of film, music, photography and erotica books; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:Destroy: The Sex Pistols, 1977, photographs by Dennis Morris; Archiving Warhol: Writings & Photographs by Gerard Malanga. Giveaways: posters, postcards. Discounts: retail/library accounts (U.S. only): 50% plus free freight (U.S. only) on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short-discount titles. Booth: 2545.
THE CREATIVE COMPANY
Publishes children's books and fine illustrated books. Featured: titles from the Let's Investigate and the LifeViews series; The Last Resort by Roberto Innocenti; My Shadow by Monique Felix; The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Gary Kelley. Giveaways: posters, bookmarks. Booth: 411.
CREATIVE DESIGN STUDIOS
CREATIVE PUBLISHING INT'L/NORTHWORD PRESS
Publishes books on home improvement and decoration, gardening, sewing and cooking as well as step-by-step books with brand partners such as Black & Decker and Singer; NorthWord Press offers nature, photography and wildlife books for children and adults. Featured:No Boundaries; Days of Summer by Jim Brandenberg; Cottage Style and Cabin Style, both by Jerri Farris and Tim Himsel. Discounts: extra 5%. Booth: 2768.
CREATIVE TEACHING PRESS
Publishes educational books and materials for grades pre-kindergarten through eight; offers related products through The Learning Works and Youngheart Music. Featured: Learn to Read series; Science Series for Beginning Readers by David M. Schwartz, photographs by Dwight Kuhn; book titles from The Learning Works line; music titles from Youngheart Music. Discounts: free freight on order of $150 net or more. Booth: 218.
CREATIVE THERAPY ASSN.
Publishes books and other tools to help all ages with social and mental health issues. Featured:Anger Management by Kathy Sutton and Cathleen Farrell. Giveaways: posters, magnets. Discounts: 55%. Booth: 907.
Criticas, an English-speaker's guide to the latest Spanish-language titles, is a bimonthly publication from Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and School Library Journal. Featured: current issues with more than 100 reviews of adult and children's Spanish-language books; profiles of new Spanish imprints; U.S. and international news; author interviews. Giveaways: current issues. Booth: 2107.
CROSSROAD PUBLISHING CO.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4636.
Publishes Christian books, academic and ministry titles, illustrated children's and gift books as well as fiction. Featured:Holy Bible, English Standard Version (in multiple formats, including The One Year Bible and the ESV Audio New Testament); If Only I Had A Green Nose by Max Lucado; Serenity by Harry Lee Kraus Jr. Drawings: free endcap display of English Standard Version Bible products; free endcap display of Max Lucado children's books. Discounts: up to 50% and free freight on frontlist books and Bibles; 52%, free freight and 90-day terms on backlist. Booth: 3900.
CROWN FINANCIAL MINISTRIES
This first-time exhibitor produces books, workbooks, videos, software and small-group study resources that teach Biblical principles in the area of finance. Featured: titles by Larry Burkett with Brenda Armstrong, including Making Ends Meet, Como controlar nuestros gastos and Every Single Cent; Your Money Counts by Howard Dayton; Set Your House in Order; The Secret & Leader's Guide; The ABCs of Handling Money God's Way & Teacher's Guide; God's Way of Handling Money; God's Principles for Operating a Business by Larry Burkett; Discovering God's Way of Handling Money; Family Financial Organizer; Empowering Single Parents (manual/video); Cash & Bill Organizer; Money Matter Deluxe software. Booth: 3901.
A division of Random House Inc. Featured:Last Train to Paradise by Les Standiford (Crown); The One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen (Harmony); TV Guide: 50 Years of Television by the editors of TV Guide (Crown); Barefoot Contessa Family Style by Ina Garten (Clarkson Potter); The Working Mother's Guide to Life by Linda Mason (Three Rivers Press); The Spirit of Retirement by James Autry (Prima). Giveaways: advance copies of Last Train to Paradise by Les Standiford (Crown), In Revere, In Those Days by Roland Merullo (Shaye Areheart Books); finished copies of Shelters of Stone by Jean Auel (Crown); excerpts from The One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen (Harmony). Booth: 4033.
CRYSTAL CLARITY PUBLISHERS
Publishes books, gift books, audio (spoken-word and music) and video products on spiritual practices, meditation, yoga and healing for adults and children. Featured:The Art and Science of Raja Yoga by Swami Kriyananda; Hope for a Better World by J. Donald Walters; The Original Writings series by Paramhansa Yogananda; The Yoga Therapy series by Peter Van Houten, M.D. and Rich McCord. Giveaways: books, music CDs. Discounts: 50%, free freight, 60-day net. Booth: 2868.
C.T. FREIGHT (U.K.)
This company provides worldwide freight forwarding services to the publishing industry; exhibiting with the Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: company services. Booth: 2344.
CUMBERLAND HOUSE PUBLISHING
Publishes trade books in the categories of cookery, history, entertainment, mystery, religion, biography, sports and health; distributes High Tide Press, Durban House and Grace Associates. Featured:The Last Days of Messiah, edited by Gary Wharton; The Coaches' Little Playbook by George Hetzel Jr.; Speaking of Wrath by Lawrence Block; Why a Daughter Needs a Dad by Gregory Lang; Baby Face Nelson by Steven Nickel; The Fibromyalgia Cookbook by Shelley Ann Smith. Giveaways: copies of Skeleton Crew by Beverly Connor; Coaches' Little Playbook by George Hetzel Jr., The Advocate by Larry Axelrood, Sunspot by Laurie Birnsteel. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles; special dating for Christmas titles. Booth: 4072.
Publishes multicultural and human rights literature; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:My Mother's Island by Marnie Mueller; Soy la Avon Lady and Other Stories by Lorraine López; Brown Glass Windows by Devorah Major; The New World: Poems by George Evans; The Violent Foam: New and Selected Poems by Daisy Zamora; The Water Carrier: Poems by Steve Straight. Giveaways:My Mother's Island postcards. Discounts: 50% plus free freight on one order of 10 or more in-stock backlist books; offer non-applicable to short discount titles. Booth: 2540.
CURTIS CIRCULATION CO.
Distributes national and niche magazines to independent and college bookstores. Featured:Maxim Magazine; Blender Magazine; Premiere; Elle; Car & Driver; Paper; Surface; Worth; Forbes; Veggie Life; Vegetarian Times; Billboard; Variety. Drawings: for a framed print. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2680.
THE CUTTING CORP.
Produces audiobooks and develops interactive multimedia Websites. Featured: sample interactive multimedia Web sites for book and audiobook publishers; introducing Defiance Audio and Appleseed Audio. Giveaways: interactive CD-ROMs with audiobook samples from the Defianceaudio.com download audio site. Booth: 4768.
This company offers a wide selection of fiction and nonfiction remainder titles. Featured: recent acquisitions. Discounts: show special on backlist titles. Booth: 3233.
DAI NIPPON GROUP
Booths: 4846, 4847.
This first-time children's publisher offers licensed and non-licensed books. Featured: Never Give Up and Go for It! series (four titles) by Andy Andrews; Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network properties color activity books and novelty board books by various authors; M&M's color activity books by various editors. Booth: 457.
Publishes children's books in English and Italian; sells international sub rights. Featured:Lend a Paw: Rabbit's Manuals for Success by Burt O'Loosy, illus. by Matt Wolf; Pajama Books, illus. by Matt Wolf; Touch and Feel: Animals Around the World and Touch and Feel: Animals on the Farm, both illus. by Tony Wolf. Booth: 617.
THE DANA PRESS
This division of the Dana Foundation offers books, periodicals and special publications about the brain covering topics from self-help to popular science; co-publishes with the trade divisions of John Wiley & Sons, John Henry Press and the Free Press. Featured:Understanding Depression by J. Raymond DePaulo Jr., M.D. with Leslie Alan Horvitz; Keep Your Brain Young by Guy McKhann, M.D., and Marilyn Albert; A Good Start in Life: Understanding Your Child's Brain and Behavior by Norbert Herschkowitz, M.D. and Elinore Chapman Herschkowitz; The End of Stress as We Know It by Bruce McEwen with Elizabeth N. Lasley; In Search of the Lost Cord: Solving the Mystery of Spinal Regeneration by Luba Vikhanski; The Secret Life of the Brain by Richard Restak, M.D. Discounts: show special allowance; free freight. Booth: 3971.
THE C.W. DANIEL CO.
Specializes in books on New Age subjects; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Children Who Have Lived Before by Trutz Hardo; Seeing the Wider Picture by Charlotte Parnell; Emotional Healing for Horses & Ponies by Stefan Ball, Judy Howard and Heather Simpson; Let Your Life Flow by Alex Maunder; Astrological Aromatherapy by Patricia Davis. Giveaways: postcards, candy. Booth: 4625.
D.A.P. (DISTRIBUTED ART PUBLICATIONS
Booths: 4324, 4325.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 4635.
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
This international literary agency specializes in illustrated nonfiction titles as well as encyclopedias, partworks, magazines, CD-ROMs, audios, videos, collectibles, courses, a music library and picture bank; subjects include animals, archeology, automobiles, aviation, children's, computer, cookery, gardening, leisure, music, mysteries and travel. Booth: 4816.
JAMES DEAN/JUST ONCE MORE
DEARBORN TRADE PUBLISHING
Publishes consumer books by leading finance, business and real estate professionals. Featured:Blues Clues for Success by Diane Tracy; Design for Six Sigma: The Revolutionary Process for Achieving Extraordinary Profits by Subir Chowdhury; Making Big Money in Real Estate Without Tenants, Banks, or Rehab Projects by Peter Conti and David Finkel; Cause Marketing: Build Your Image and Bottom Line Through Socially Responsible Partnerships, Programs and Events by Joe Marconi; Everyone's Money Book series by Jordan Goodman, including Financial Planning, Retirement, Real Estate, Credit, College, Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds. Giveaways: advance copies. Drawings: daily for an American Express gift certificate. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more titles (combined). Booth: 5126.
IVAN R. DEE PUBLISHER
Publishes literary fiction and nonfiction titles for the general reader on subjects such as American history, American studies, European and world history, literature and letters, biography, philosophy, politics, theater and drama; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Maze of Terror: A Hebron Mother's Diary by June Leavitt; Power to Destroy: The Political Uses of the IRS from Kennedy to Nixon by John A. Andrew III; Mao: A Reinterpretation by Lee Feigon; The Poetry Anthology, 1912-2002: Ninety Years of America's Most Distinguished Verse Magazine, edited by Joseph Parisi and Stephen Young; A Theatergoer's Guide to Shakespeare's Themes: An Invaluable Companion to the Living Issues of Shakespeare's Plays by Robert Thomas Fallon; The Survival of Culture, edited by Hilton Kramer and Roger Kimball; Rethinking the Great Depression: A New View of Its Causes and Consequences by Gene Smiley; Complete Essays, Volume VI: 1957-1963 by Aldous Huxley; J.S. Mill in 90 Minutes and Dewey in 90 Minutes, both by Paul Strathern. Giveaways: "philosopher" buttons. Booth: 4611.
DEKEL PUBLISHING HOUSE
This first-time exhibitor is a publisher as well as a packager and rights agency; offers professional publications under its Dekel Academic Press imprint; publishes how-to, self-defense, riddles and puzzles, cookbooks, popular health, children and young-adult titles under the Tamar Books imprint. Featured:Terror Bombing: The New Urban Threat by Hayim Granot and Jay Levinson; The True Golden Hour: How People Respond in Emergencies by Hayim Granot; Krav Maga: How to Defend Yourself Against Armed Assault by Imi Sde-Or and Eyal Yanilov; Hot Numbers: 229 Puzzles and Brainteasers by Ami Birenboim; Dolce Vita: Regional Italian Cuisine by Gaio Sciloni; Sea of Fishes: A Culinary Guide to Mediterranean Seafood by Bela Galil; Save Your Skin: The Complete Guide to Skin Care by Ronni Wolf; Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity by Aaron Pinker; English for University Students of Mathematics by J. Golan and M. Bensoussan; Logic: A First Course by Alex Blum; Foundations of Linear Algebra by Jonathan Golan; Joe Can Fix It by Aviva Lipstein; The Mysterious Tunnel on Basel Street by Pnina Ophir. Discounts: freight allowances. Booth: 4760.
DELMAR THOMSON LEARNING
A part of Thomson. Booths: 3744, 3745.
DEMOS MEDICAL PUBLISHING
Publishes for healthcare professionals, their clients and families; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Nancy J. Holland, T. Jock Murray and Stephen C. Reingold; 300 Tips for Making Life with Parkinson's Disease Easier by Shelley Peterman Schwarz; All About Joints: A Maintenance Guide by Irwin Siegel; Esclerosis Multiple: Guia practica para el recien diagnosticado, translated by Teresa Corona Vazquez and Patricia Frias; Insurance Solutions: Plan Well, Live Better, a Workbook for People with a Chronic Illness or Disability by Laura D. Cooper; Snoring and Sleep Apnea by Ralph A. Pascualy and Sally Warren Soest; Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have, the Answers You Need by Rosalind C. Kalb; The Ketogenic Diet: A Treatment for Epilepsy by John M. Freeman, Jennifer B. Freeman, Millicent T. Kelly; Yes You Can! Go Beyond Physical Adversity by Janis Dietz; Meeting the Challenges of Progressive MS by Patricia K. Coyle and June Halper. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 2575.
THE DERRYDALE PRESS
Publishes books on fishing, hunting, outdoor sports and nature; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:The Wild Host: The History and Meaning of the Hunt by Rupert Isaacson; The American Girl's Handy Book by Lina Beard and Adelia B. Beard; An American Angler in Australia by Zane Grey. Booth: 4617.
DEUTSCHER APOTHEKER VERLAG
A part of the German Collective Stand. Booth: 2216.
DEVI INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Booth: 2133.
DIAMOND COMIC DISTRIBUTORS
This imprint of Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group publishes college and professional sports books; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Mr. Notre Dame; The Yankees Fan's Little Book of Wisdom; The Red Sox Fan's Little Book of Wisdom; The Cardinals Fan's Little Book of Wisdom; Ain't the Beer Cold; Is This Heaven?; The Cubs' Fan's Little Book of Wisdom; Mental Game of Golf; Mental Art of Putting. Booth: 4613.
DIGITAL WORLD SERVICES
This Bertelsmann joint venture offers clearinghouse services such as rights clearing, financial settlement and management of information usage for digital products in the entertainment and publishing industries. Featured: company services and products, including subscription support, secure CD and distribution network. Booth: 5241.
DISPLAY PRODUCTS N.A.
This book wholesaler offers a full line of major and small press titles to bookstores, schools and libraries nationwide. Featured: Jami Lin's Personalized Feng Shui Consultation Series; America Out of the Ashes; Discovering Queens; David H. Levy's Guide to the Stars; Rental Houses for Small Investors; Autobiography of a Yogi; Secrets to Exceptional Living; A Place Called Wiregrass; My Personal Promise Bibles for Mothers, Teens, Grads and Women; Lifebooks--Creating a Treasure for Your Adopted Child; Wisdom from an Empty Mind. Giveaways: mousepads. Discounts: one book free for every 10 books ordered on show special order form. Booth: 2551.
DOMINQUE & FRIENDS
DOUBLEDAY-BROADWAY PUBLISHING GROUP
A division of Random House Inc. Featured:Sarah Moulton Cooks at Home by Sarah Moulton; Makeover Your Man by Lloyd Boston; "Fiction for the Rest of Us" 2002 program; Harlem Moon series launch. Giveaways: advance copies of Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk; My Losing Season by Pat Conroy. Booth: 4033.
Publishes more than 7,500 paperback books on art, crafts, music, science, literature, nature and architecture; also offers children's books and sideline stationery, audiobooks and CD-ROM products. Featured:American Historical Illustrations and Emblems (CD-ROM/book) by Dover; George W. Bush and His Family Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney; Historic Aircraft and Spacecraft in the Cradle of Aviation Museum by Joshua Stoff. Giveaways: books. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4833.
DOWN EAST BOOKS
This first-time publisher offers New England regional titles, including photography, travel guides, biography, natural history, history, gardening, humor, nostalgia, art, supernatural, crafts and children's titles; its Countrysport Press imprint publishes fishing, hunting-dog training and gun-collecting titles. Featured from Down East:The Mystery of the Black Moriah: A Bean & Ab Mystery by David A. Crossman; A Loon Alone by Pamela Love, illus. by Shannon Sycks; The Gazebo by Ethel Pochocki, illus. by Mary Beth Ownens; Gardens Maine Style Daybook by Lynn Karlin; Acadia's Carriage Roads by Robert Thayer; Bygone Bar Harbor: A Postcard Tour of Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park by Earl Brechlin. From Countrysport Press:Spanish Best, Second Edition: The Fine Shotguns of Spain by Terry Wieland; Season's Belle: A Labrador Retriever's First Year by Bob Butz. Drawings: for Maine lobsters shipped to winner's home. Discounts: extra 2% or free freight. Booth: 808.
DOWN THERE PRESS/PASSION PRESS
Offers sexual self-awareness and erotica books for women, men and children; produces audio erotica under the Passion Press label. Featured:The Big Book of Masturbation, compiled by Martha Cornog; Any 2 People, Kissing, short stories by Kate Dominic; Herotica 7, edited by Marcy Sheiner with Mary Anne Mohanraj; Still Doing It: Women and Men over 60 Write About Their Sexuality by Joani Blank; Herotica 6 (audio), edited by Marcy Sheiner; the Good Vibrations Guides series; Exhibitionism for the Shy and Sex Spoken Here, both by Carol Queen. Giveaways: postcards. Drawings: daily for canvas totes filled with T-shirts, mugs and pens. Discounts: 50%. Booth: SP233.
DOWN THE SHORE PUBLISHING
BARBARA FORD DOYLE CALENDARS
This first-time exhibitor publishes a children's series of interactive coloring books about life's challenges. Featured:What Is Cancer, Anyway? Explaining Cancer to Children of All Ages; They're Part of the Family: Barklay and Eve Talk to Children About Pet Loss; Together We'll Get Through This!; Precious Gifts: Katie Coolican's Story, Barklay and Eve Talk to Children About Organ and Tissue Donation; Honoring Our Loved Ones: Going to a Funeral; Our Special Garden: Understanding Cremation; Everything Changes but Love Endures: Explaining Hospice to Children; Barklay and Eve Sit Shiva. Drawings: for a set of books and stuffed puppies. Discounts: 50% on books and plush (no minimum). Special Events: daily in-booth sessions with series author/illustrator Karen L. Carey. Booth: 349.
PAUL DRY BOOKS
Publishes new and out-of-print literary titles; distributed by the Independent Publishers Group. Featured:Hotel Kid: A Times Square Childhood by Stephen Lewis; Homeric Moments: Clues to Delight in Reading the Odyssey and the Iliad by Eva Brann; The Lives of Dogs by Pierre Bastien; The Verb to Bird by Peter Cashwell. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum); see IPG booth for details. Booth: 4432.
DS COMPUTER BOOKS FOR LESS
Publishes both fiction and nonfiction with an extensive classics list; the Duck Editions imprint publishes books on contemporary characters, issues and ideas; distributed by Int'l Publishers Marketing. Featured: Duckworth Archaeological Histories series; Ripper & the Royals by Melvyn Fairclough; A Guide to English in the 20th Century by Godfrey Howard; The Best of Oscar Wilde, edited by Robert Pearce. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4942.
DUKE UNIV. PRESS
Publishes books for the general trade on contemporary affairs, gay and lesbian studies, fiction, art criticism and photography, music, biography and memoir, popular culture and literary studies. Featured:Fixin' to Git: One Man's Love Affair with NASCAR's Winston Cup by Jim Wright; Hit Me, Fred: Recollections of a Side Man by Fred Wesley; Stripping Illusions by Katherine Frank; In Case of Fire in a Foreign Land: New and Collected Poems from Two Languages by Ariel Dorfman; The Militia and the Right to Arms: The Silence of the Second Amendment by H. Richard Uviller and William G. Merkel; The Modern Machinery of Death: Does Capital Punishment Have a Future in America? edited by Stephen P. Garvey; The Mexico Reader: History, Culture, Politics, edited by Gilbert M. Joseph and Timothy J. Henderson; The Argentina Reader: History, Culture, Politics, edited by Gabriela Nouzeilles and Graciela Montaldo; Anecdotal Theory by Jane Gallop; The World Turned: Essays on Gay History, Politics, and Culture by John D'Emillo. Discounts: 48% on 10 or more backlist titles. Booth: 3252.
DURBAN HOUSE PUBLISHING
This small press publishes fiction and nonfiction with a mystery theme; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:The Serial Killer's Diet Book by Kevin Postupack; Basha by John Hamilton Lewis; Protocol by Kathy Sand; Johnny Ray and Miss Kilgallen by Bonnie Hearn Hill; Street of Four Winds by Andrew Lazarus. Discounts: 10% on quantity orders. Booth: 4758.