| 2003 BEA EXHIBITOR LISTINGS |
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Distributes independently published books, videos, CD-ROMs and DVDs to libraries; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booths: 748, 750.
QUALITY WORDS IN PRINT
This first-time exhibitor publishes literary fiction and narrative nonfiction; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Searching for a Mustard Seed: One Young Widow's Unconventional Story by Miriam Sagan; Writing the Book of Ester by Louise Domaratius; Grave Circle: An Ivory Tower Mystery by David D. Nolta. Booth: 954.
This imprint of the Theosophical Publishing House offers books on transpersonal psychology, comparative religion, deep ecology, spiritual growth, the development of creativity, and alternative health practices; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:The Olympic Odyssey: Rekindling the True Spirit of the Great Games by Phil Cousineau; The Feminine Face of Christianity by Margaret Starbird; Holidays and Holy Nights: Celebrating Twelve Seasonal Festivals of the Christian Year by Christopher Hill; Original Meditation, A Shared Language of Peace and New Beginnings for Christians, Jews, and Muslims by Neil Douglas-Klotz; The Winter Solstice by John Matthews; The Heart of the Koran by Lex Hixon; The Templars and the Grail: Knights of the Quest by Karen Ralls. Giveaways: "Olympic discus" frisbees (May 31). Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1953.
Offers impractical reference and irreverent adult nonfiction; exhibiting with Chronicle Books. Featured:The Spy's Guide: Office Espionage—How to Bug a Meeting, Booby-Trap Your Briefcase, Infiltrate the Competition, and More by H. Keith Melton and Craig Piligian, with Duane Swierczynski; The Action Heroine's Handbook: How to Win a Catfight, Drink Someone Under the Table, Choke a Man with Your Bare Thighs, and Dozens of Other TV and Movie Skills by Jennifer Worick and Joe Borgenicht; Secret Lives of U.S. Presidents by Cormac O'Brien; The Brick Testament: Stories from the Book of Genesis, retold and illus. by Brendan Powell Smith; The Christmas List, photographs by David Graham; Mr. Alexander's Four Steps to Love by Alexander Stadler with Jennifer Worick; You Give Love a Bad Name: Timeless Poems of Tainted Love, from the Pop Hits of the '70s and '80s, edited by Danny Cassidy; Dirty Words of Wisdom: A Treasury of Classic ?@! Quotations, edited by Sam Stall and Lou Harry; Instant Aromatherapy by Miriam Zellnik; The Baby's Owner Manual by Louis Borgenicht, M.D. and Joe Borgenicht; How to Behave: A Guide to Modern Manners for the Socially Challenged by Caroline Tiger; The Perfect Drink for Every Occasion: 151 Cocktails That Will: Freshen Your Breath, Impress a Hot Date, Cure a Hangover, and More! by Duane Swierczynski. Giveaways: galleys of The Spy's Guide; scratch-and-sniff aromatherapy bookmarks; Quirk Books floater pens and notepads. Discounts: see Chronicle Books for details. Booths: 636, 637.
Raincoast Books, together with its Polestar and Press Gang imprints, offers a diverse list of children's books, literary fiction, gardening titles, outdoor adventure series, gift books and feminist nonfiction; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Beyond the Pale by Elana Dykewomon. Booth: 3537.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
R.A.M. PUBLICATIONS & DISTRIBUTION
Offers books on education, health care, criminal and civil justice, science and technology, international security, counterterrorism and national defense; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Arms Trafficking and Colombia by Kim Cragin and Bruce Hoffman; The Global Threat of Reemerging Infectious Diseases: Reconciling U.S. National Security and Public Health Policy by Jennifer Brower and Peter Chalk; Deterrence and Influence in Counterterrorism: A Component in the War on Al Qaeda by Paul K. Davis and Brian Jenkins; Terrorism and Development: Using Social and Economic Development to Inhibit a Resurgence of Terrorism by Kim Cragin and Peter Chalk. Giveaways: advance copies. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more. Booth: 1844.
PETER E. RANDALL PUBLISHER
Publishes fiction as well as poetry, travel and archeology titles; exhibiting with Univ. Press of New England. Featured:Ordinary Peril by Ann Robinson; Ancient Hellenistic and Roman Amphitheaters, Stadium, and Theatres by Raymond G. Chase; The Feasts of Memory by Elias Kulukundis. Discounts: 50% on backlist titles. Booth: 4008.
AYN RAND INSTITUTE PRESS
This nonprofit educational organization publishes books by and about Ayn Rand from the Ayn Rand Archives and other programs; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:The Ayn Rand Sampler; Facets of Ayn Rand by Mary Ann Sures and Charles Sures; Why Businessmen Need Philosophy by Ayn Rand. Giveaways: copies of The Ayn Rand Sampler. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 761.
Provides travel information in print, software, online and handheld formats with a focus on national and local travel content for the U.S. and Canada; distributes National Geographic maps and software. Featured:Rand McNally Road Atlas; Thomas Guides. Booth: 4301.
Booths: 1637, 1737, 4606.
RANDOM HOUSE CHILDREN'S BOOKS
The world's largest English-language children's book publisher, producing books for preschool children through young-adult readers in all formats; a division of Random House Inc. Featured:Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan; Acceleration by Graham McNamee; Harriet Spies Again by Helen Ericson; Magic Tree House: Haunted Castle on Hallow's Eve by Mary Pope Osborne; Who Needs Donuts? by Mark Stamaty; Arabian Nights by Gustaf Tenggren; Eragon by Christopher Paolini; Milkweed by Jerry Spinelli; Swear to Howdy by Wendelin Van Draanen; Maggie's Door by Patricia Reilly Giff; Annie Was Warned by Jarrett Krosoczka; My Grandmother's Stories by Adele Geras, illus. by Anita Lobel; Trickster's Choice by Tamora Pierce; Junie B., First Grader: One-Man Band by Barbara Park; Barbie titles; The Cat in the Hat (movie tie-in titles); Disney's Brother Bear titles; Mercer Mayer's Little Critter; Nickelodeon titles; Richard Scarry's Father Cat's Christmas Tree; Richard Scarry's Favorite Storybook Ever; Elmo's World. Giveaways: catalogues; advance copies; eyeglasses; mousepads. Booth: 1637.
RANDOM HOUSE INFORMATION GROUP
RHIG is comprised of a leading group of branded imprints, including Fodor's Travel Guides, Prima Games, Living Language, The Princeton Review, Kovel's Antiques and House of Collectibles, RH Webster's Reference products, RH Puzzles & Games. Featured from Random House Reference:AMA Complete Medical Encyclopedia, edited by the American Medical Assn.; Basic Chess Endings from the McKay Chess Library; Kovel's Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide, 36th Edition. From Living Language: 2004 Daily Phrase & Culture calendars; In the Know Travel and Business Culture Guides series; Business Companion programs; 2,000+ Verbs Book series; Compete Courses backlist. From Princeton Review:Cracking the GMAT w/Sample Tests on CD-ROM, 2003 Edition; Cracking the GRE w/Sample Tests on CD-ROM, 2003 Edition; Cracking the LSAT w/Sample Tests on CD-ROM, 2003 Edition; Cracking the SAT w/Sample Tests on CD-ROM, 2003 Edition; Best 345 Colleges, 2003 Edition. Booth: 1637.
RANDOM HOUSE TRADE
A division of Random House Inc. Featured:Dealing with an Uncertain World: Making Decisions on Wall Street and in Washington by Robert Rubin; Middletown, USA by Gail Sheehy; Death by Hollywood by Steven Bochco. Giveaways:Where the Truth Lies by Rupert Holmes; Lucia, Lucia by Adriana Trigiani; PresentValue by Sabin Willett; brochures. Booth: 1637.
R AND R PUBLICATIONS
RAVEN TREE PRESS
Offers English/Spanish bilingual full-text translations featuring family-oriented stories with illustrations. Featured:Oh, Crumps!/ Ay Caramba! by Lee Bock; Yelly Kelly/Kelly, el griton by Nancy Sweetland; Remember Me?/Te acuerdas de mi? by Sue Glass; The Riches of Rangoberra/Las tiquezas de Rangoberra by Jane Weber; Jimmy Jammers/Jaimito Pijama by Kevin Brennan; Vegetable Dreams/Sueno de verduras by Dawn Jeffers; Cinnamon and the April Shower/Canela y el aguacero de abril; A Home for Pearl Squirrel/La casita de la ardilla and Lewis Cardinal's First Winter/El Primer inveierno de Luis, el cardenal, all by Amy Crane Johnson. Drawings: for basket of Raven Tree books. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 1609.
Publishes adult and children's books with focus on travel literature, travel guides, coming of age memoirs, humor, biography and education. Featured:I Should Have Just Stayed Home, edited by Roger Rapoport, Bob Drews and Kim Klescewski; Tyler's Titanic by Bernard Ryan Jr.; Foiled: Hitler's Jewish Olympian by Milly Mogulof; Casting About in the Reel World: Fishing on the Fly by William Douglass; Save Our Schools: A Citizen's Guide to the Attack on Public Education in America. Giveaways: buttons. Drawings: for RDR backlist. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: SP5600.
READER'S DIGEST CHILDREN'S PUBLISHING
Publishes innovative interactive children's novelty books, quality nonfiction and reference books; distributed by Simon & Schuster. Featured:Barbie of Swan Lake (board book/stickers); Barbie: A Touch of Velvet; Barbie Press-On Stick & Stay: It's a Wedding; Barbie Party Magic; Disney/Pixar Toy Story and Beyond Carry Along Treasury; Princess Jeweliana and the Sparkling Rainbow Ball; Rescue Heroes Storm Trouble; Fisher Price Move-Along Bead Book: Safari Splash; Fisher Price All Star Reader Level 1: Dad's Big Idea; Transformers Armada Chapter Book: Secret of the Star Saber; Transformers Armada Official Guidebook; Santa's Stocking; Learn and Grow Book: Take Two Pirates; Around the Apple Tree: A Book About Opposites; Googly Eyes: Look at Me; Build-It Books series, including Jet Planes and Race Cars; Nativity Playbook: The First Christmas; Touch & Feel: Baby Jesus Is Born; Pathfinders paperbacks, including Birds, Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Giveaways: advance copies of Santa's Stocking; World Fact File; Barbie stick-on earrings. Booths: 4315, 4316.
READING IS FUNDAMENTAL
Prepares and motivates children to read by delivering free books and literacy resources to the children and families who need them most through a national book program. Featured: Riffington, Reading Is Fundamental's motivational icon; partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA) called "Read to Achieve." Giveaways: canvas tote bags, posters, bookplates, bookmarks. Booth: 1315.
Exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Booth: 947.
Exhibiting with John Wiley & Sons. Booth: 1237.
RED HEN PRESS
Distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Booth: 2640.
RED MILL PRESS
Offers books on self-improvement, nutrition, psychology and health-oriented lifestyles. Featured:Breaking the Pattern by Charles Stuart Platkin. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4367.
RED ROCK PRESS
Publishes nonfiction trade books and gift books. Featured:In My Father's Bakery by Marvin Korman; Sin Series, including Vanity: The Art of Looking Good by Linda Abrams, Envy, Anger & Sweet Revenge: Hey, It Works in Hollywood by Stephen M. Silverman, Lust, Love and Longing by Eileen Morgan, Gluttony: More Is More by Nan Lyons, Sloth: Ode to Disarray & Delay by Dale Burg, Greed & Its Rewards by Drew Fetherston. Giveaways: galleys, recipe booklets, chocolate kisses, "frog" candies. Discounts: free freight. Special Events: party with reading performance by comedian Marilyn Anderson, based on her book Never Kiss a Frog: A Girl's Guide to Creatures from the Dating Swamp. Booth: 414.
Offers nonfiction under various imprints, including Weiser Books (esoteric), Red Wheel (spirituality/self-help) and Conari Press (lifestyle/women's/inspirational). Featured:The Break-Up Repair Kit by Marni Kamins and Janice MacLeod; Crones Don't Whine by Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D.; Mastering the Toltec Way by Susan Gregg; A Witch's Guide to Psychic Healing by Gavin and Yvonne Frost. Discounts: 50%; free freight on 25 units (U.S. only). Booths: 4244, 4245.
REGAL BOOKS/GOSPEL LIGHT
Offers trade books on Christian topics and Bible-teaching resources. Featured: Moments Together series (three titles) by Dennis and Barbara Rainey; Time Out with Coach Wooden by John Wooden with Jay Carty; First Place by Carole Lewis; The Dream Releasers by Wayne Cordeiro; The Biblical Guide to Alternative Medicine by Neil T. Anderson and Michael Jacobson; Preparing for Adolescence by James Dobson, M.D.; Envy by Bob Sorge; So What's the Difference by Fritz Ridenour; The Unquenchable Worshipper by Matt Redman; Today Isthe First Day by Carole Lewis; What Is the Bible All About Bible Handbook (NIV) by Henrietta C. Mears; Victory Over the Darkness by Neil Anderson. Giveaways:Secrets of the Koran and The Biblical Guide to Alternative Medicine. Discounts: up to 50%, see booth for details. Booth: 3819.
RENE DARAS & VAUN GAGE
REPUBLIC OF TEXAS PRESS
This trade imprint of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group publishes Texana titles; exhibiting with National Book Network. Featured:Alamo Traces by Thomas Ricks Lindley; Death in a Texas Desert and Other True Crime Stories from the Dallas Observer by Carlton Stowers; Texas Women in WWII by Cindy Weigand; Texas Indian Trails by Daniel J. Gelo and Wayne J. Pate; Texas Towns: From Abner to Zipperlandville by Don Blevins; The Neglected Texas History Reader by Charles Chupp. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more. Booth: 1837.
RIO NUEVO PUBLISHERS
Publishes books on the American Southwest; distributed by W.W. Norton & Co. Featured:Listening with Your Heart: Lessons from Native America by Wayne Peate; Folk Saints: Victims, Bandits, Healers by Jim Grifith; The Desert Southwest by Alan and Carol Hayes, photos by John Blum; Greetings from Tucson by Michelle Graye and Melanie Mallon; Our Sonoran Desert by Bill Broyles; West of Paradise: Exploring Southeastern Arizona by Carolyn Neithammer. Booth: 4410.
RIP SQUEAK PRESS
This first-time exhibitor publishes children's picture books and ancillary products based on the illustrations. Featured books:Rip Squeak and His Friends/Rip Squeak y sus amigos and Rip Squeak and His Friends Discover the Treasure, both by Susan Yost-Filgate, illus. by Leonard Filgate. Featured products: figurines, greeting cards, calendars, activity/coloring books, posters. Giveaways: prints. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 1022.
RIVER CITY PUBLISHING
Publishes Southern literature with national appeal. Featured:My Mother's Witness by Carolyn Haines; Lowcountry Boil by Carl Smith; Blues inthe Wind by Whitney LeBlanc; The Spider's Web by Wayne Greenhaw; Vanishing Florida by David Warner. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2424.
RIZZOLI INT'L PUBLICATIONS
Publishes illustrated editions on architecture, design, the fine and decorative arts and lifestyle; imprints include Universe Publishing; distributes Flammarion, Skira Editore and Villegas Editores. Featured:These United States by Jake Rajs; Jeffrey Bilhuber's Design Basics by Jeffrey Bilhuber and Annette Tapert; New England Style by Tommy Hilfiger and Anna Kasabian; The New York Restaurant Cookbook by Florence Fabricant; Classic Interior Design by Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill; WeddingFlowers by Paula Pryke. Booths: 4144, 4145.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1939.
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1937.
Publishes a wide variety of nonfiction titles that inspire and enable people to improve their lives and the world around them. Featured:The Big O by Oscar Robertson; Not Fade Away: A Life Lived with Passion and Joy by Laurence Shames and Peter Barton; Chaka ! by Chaka Khan and Tonya Bolden; Living on the Edge: Amazing Relationships in the Natural World by Jeff Corwin; Pain Killer: A Real-Life Medical Thriller by Barry Meier. Giveaways: mugs. Booths: 4148, 4149.
Publishes books on yoga, Buddhism and aikido; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:30 Essential Yoga Poses, Relax and Renew and Living Your Yoga, titles by Judith Lasater; Silence: How to Find Inner Peace in a Busy World by Christina Feldman; Blossoms of Friendship by Vimala Thakar; Being Upright: Zen Meditation and the Bodhisattva Precepts by Reb Anderson; The Practice of Freedom by Wendy Palmer; How to Use Yoga by Mira Mehta; Back Care Basics by Mary Pullig Schatz, M.D.; The Runner's Yoga Book by Jean Couch; Yoga Notecards, photos by Fred Stimson. Giveaways: yoga note cards. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Special Events: champagne and cheese (May 30 & May 31, 3 p.m.). Booths: 2436, 2439.
ROMANCE WRITERS OF AMERICA
This national nonprofit trade organization for authors of romantic fiction provides networking and support to these authors. Featured:Magnolia Creek by Jill Marie Landis (Ballantine); Heart of the Tiger by Lynn Kerstan (Onyx); Then Comes Marriage by Christie Ridgway (Avon); Where the Road Ends by Tara Taylor Quinn (MIRA); Twisted Shadows by Patricia Potter (Berkley); Tommy's Mom by Linda O. Johnston (Harlequin Intrigue); Scandal by Heather Cullman (Penguin); Courtship, Montana Style by Charlotte Maclay (Harlequin American); The Wish by Diane Pershing (Silhouette Romance); Stranded with Santa by Janet Tronstad (Silhouette Romance). Giveaways: copies of featured titles. Booth: SP5511.
Publishes trade paper books for independent minds; list includes Leary Library, Fringe, Life Skills with Attitude! and Psychedelia; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:Ghosthunting: How to Investigate the Paranormal by Loyd Auerbach; Behavior Mod for Managers by Beverly Potter; UFOs by Virginia Bennett; Musings on Human Metamorphoses by Timothy Leary. Giveaways:Ghosthunting Do's and Don'ts; What to Do if You See a UFO; Are You Burning Out? Quiz. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Special Events: Dr. Paranormal, Loyd Auerbach will do magic tricks in booth. Booth: 3660.
ROSEN PUBLISHING GROUP
ROUGH GUIDES USA
Publishes travel guides, phrase books, and maps for independent travelers covering more than 200 destinations worldwide; also publishes reference books, including guides to the Internet and on music; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured: travel books (new titles); country map series. Giveaways: Rough Guides newsletter, L.A. guides and maps, phone cards. Discounts: show special. Booth: 1374.
Publishes trade, academic and scholarly books in the humanities, social sciences, behavioral sciences and reference. Featured:Jerry Herman: The Lyrics by Jerry Herman and Ken Bloom; Yodel-Ay-Ee-Oooo: The Secret History of Yodeling Around the World by Bart Plantenga; Sicilian Tales by Laura Gonzenbach, trans. by Jack Zipes; Teaching Community by bell hooks; Buyways: Billboards and the American Landscape by Catherine Gudis; Starting from Zero: Meditations on Reconstruction by Michael Sorkin; Entertaining Lesbians: Celebrity, Sexuality and Self-Invention by Martha Gever; Life Like Dolls: The Natural History of a Commodity by A.F. Robertson; No Child Left Behind: Voices from the Front Lines of Teach for America by Molly Ness; In the Kingdom of Coal by Dan Rattenburg; Virginia Foster Durr Letters, edited by Patricia Sullivan; Get a Sitter: Fears & Fantasies About Babysitting by Miriam Froman-Brunell; Hitler's Women by Guido Knopp. Giveaways: posters, Yodels, suntan lotion, postcards. Drawings: for a chance to win three different CD music collections. Discounts: 46%, free freight on 20 or more books (five-title minimum). Booth: 1559.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS
Publishes thought-provoking books for an educated audience; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:CNN's Tailwind Tale: Inside Vietnam's Last Great Myth by Jerry Lembcke; Breaking the Real Axis of Evil: How to Oust the World's Last Dictators by 2025 by Ambassador Mark Palmer; The Faiths of Our Authors: What America's Founders Really Believed by Alf Mapp Jr.; The Pursuit of Happiness in Times of War by Carl M. Cannon. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more. Booth: 1939.
ROYAL FIREWORKS PUBLISHING CO.
Offers educational materials for gifted children, their teachers and parents; publishes adult and young-adult fiction. Featured:Double Vision by Jerry Chris; Bully Frog by Roni Benson and Ginger Lieberman; When Duty Called, Even Grandma Had to Go by Sandra Warren; What Happened in Desert Storm by Sandy Strait; Lera: The Dragon Mage by Elizabeth Romey; Corranda's Crown by Lee Edward Fodi. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 1807.
This first-time exhibitor offers adult and children's trade books as well as educational publications. Featured:What Is Pink, illus. by Holly Carr, poem by Christina Rossetti; Closer to Hamlet by David Boyd; Milo the Wonderdog Adventures; Amazin' Dictionary series. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4367.
RUDER FINN PRESS
Publishes literature; offers titles under Catskill Mountain Guide Press; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Bruno Lucchesi and Fletcher Benton, text/photos by David Finn; The Relativity Riot by Gam Klutier; Sculpture at the Corcoran by David Finn and Susan Slack; The Perils and Pleasures of Domesticating Goat Cheese by Miles Cahn; Secret Stories in the Art of the Northwest Indian by Oscar Newman; The Sun Stalker by Gordon Parks. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1949.
RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE
RUNNING PRESS BOOK PUBLISHERS
Publishes hard and soft cover trade nonfiction titles, African-American titles, cookbooks, children's books, self-help, parenting, lifestyle, book-plus products, educational kits, promotional books and miniature editions and kits; a part of the Perseus Books Group. Featured:Ticket to Ride: Inside the Beatles 1964 Tour that Changed the World by Larry Kane; Patrick O'Brien's Navy by Richard O'Neill; The Claddagh Ring by Malachy McCourt; Lucy & Desi: A Real-Life Scrapbook by Elisabeth Edwards; New York Public Library Home Library System (Web-based); The Palm Restaurant Cookbook; Burt's Bees Skin Care Handbook; My Little Pony: Magic Wand Adventure; Halloween Night by Charles Ghigna. Giveaways: galleys, chapter-book handouts, mini kits, miniature editions. Drawings: for Burt's Bees products; great steaks. Special Events: Mark Wilson will perform magic tricks and illusions at the booth on Saturday, 2—4 p.m.; special appearances by Burt's Bee and Jack Aubrey. Booths: 437, 537; 4458, 4459.
RYLAND, PETERS & SMALL
Publishes illustrated books on cookery, gardening, lifestyle and interior design; also offers stationery products under the Paperstyle gift line; exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Featured:Family Living; Vintage Fabric Style; Easy Flowers; Scandinavian Living; Small Spaces; Vital Colour; A Home for All Seasons; The Bathroom Design Planner; Discover Your Destiny in Love Friendship & Career; Star Matches; Home Spa Vitality; HomeSpa Relax; Sisters; Girlfriends; Mothers & Daughters; Cheese; New Vegetarian Entertaining; Tomatoes; EasyNoodles; Salads; Grilling; Tarts; Fast & Fresh; Cooler & Summer Cocktails; Martinis; Bruschetta; New KitchenGarden; Peaceful Gardens; The Scented Garden; The Kitchen Garden; Sweet Days & Roses; My PregnancyJournal; A Grandparent's Journal; complete display of new address books, note cards and notebooks. Booths: 2500, 2502.
Publishes journals, books and electronic media in the social sciences, technology and medicine. Booth: 2612.
CARL R. SAMS II PHOTOGRAPHY
This single-title publisher offers book, video and soundtrack versions. Featured:Stranger in the Woods by Carl R. Sams II and Jean Stoick. Discounts: free freight. Booth: 2511.
Publishes books on music, music biographies, coffee-table books, reference, tuition books and guides to musical technology; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:The Beatles Box by Alan Clayson; Waking Up in London by Robert Ashton; John Lennon & the FBI Files by Alan Parker; This Is Gambling by Nick Constable; This Is Sex by Karen Farrington; South by Southwest by Crispin Parry; Ramones on the Road by Monte Melnick; Picture This, The Many Faces of Blondie by Mick Rock; Wrestling with Elephants, The Authorized Biography of Don Black by James Inverne; Waking Up in New York City by Paul Sullivan; The Complete Illustrated Guide to Cannabis by Nick Brownlee; Fotheringham's Sporting Trivia by Will Fotheringham; Sullivan's Music Trivia by Paul Sullivan; Bubblegum, The History of Plastic Pop by Nick Brownlee; Faith, God, Rock 'n' Roll by Mark Joseph; Young, Gifted and Black: The Story of Trojan Records by Michael de Koningh and Laurence Cane-Honeysett; Siouxsie and the Banshees by Mark Paytress; Waking Up in Dublin by Mic Moroney; Stiff Little Fingers, Song by Song by Jake Burns and Alan Parker; The History of the Rugby World Cup by Gerald Davies; The Complete Guide to Digital Photography by Mark Towse; Isadora Duncan by Ean Wood; The Book of Pop by various authors; Tangerine Dream by Jonathan Miller; The A—Z of Record Labels by Brian Southall; Born Under the Sign of Jazz by Randi Hultin; Peter Green, The Authorized Biography by Martin Celmins; Celtic Crossroad, The Art of Van Morrison by Brian Hinton; The Doors, A Guide by Doug Sundling. Booth: 3742.
J.S. SANDERS & CO.
Publishes general trade books on Southern culture, history and literature; a member of the Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Bedford Forrest and His Critter Company by Andrew Nelson Lytle; Stonewall Jackson by Allen Tate; Mosby's Memoirs by Col. John S. Mosby; The War the Women Lived: Female Voices from the Confederate South, edited by Walter Sullivan; Nashville 1864 by Madison Jones. Booth: 1937.
S&J INT'L ENTERPRISES
SANDYLION STICKER DESIGNS
SANTA MONICA PRESS
Offers a wide variety of titles from how-to books to popular culture, from film history to literature; exhibiting with Independent Publishers Group. Featured:James Dean Died Here: The Locations of America's Pop Culture Landmarks by Chris Epting; Tiki Road Trip: A Guide to Tiki Culture in North America by James Teitelbaum; Redneck Haiku by Mary K. Witte; Cats Around the World by Ted Meyer; Exotic Travel Locations for Families by Jennifer M. Nichols and Bill Nichols; Dogme Uncut: Lars von Trier, Thomas Vinterberg, and the Gang that Took on Hollywood by Jack Stevenson; A Prayer for Burma by Kenneth Wong; Jackson Pollock by Martin Gray; Free Stuff and Good Deals for Folks Over 50, 2nd Edition by Linda Bowman. Giveaways: Tiki bar coasters, James Dean Died Here magnets. Discounts: 50% on backlist (no minimum). Special Events: Tiki bar party; see booth for details. Booth: 3836.
SANTILLANA USA PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes Spanish-language educational materials for children under various imprints, including Alfaguara (fiction), Aguilar (social and political nonfiction), Taurus (essays), Alamah (health/spiritual), Altea and Alfaguara Juvenil/Infantil (children's books), Richmond (reference) and Punto de lectura (mass-market paperbacks). Featured:El Paraíso en la otra esquina by Mario Vargas Llosa; La Silla del Águila by Carlos Fuentes; La Reina del Sur by Arturo Pérez-Reverte; El hombre duplicado by José Saramago; A pesar del amor and Puertas al sol collection, both by Alma Flor Ada; children's titles by María Elena Walsh. Booth: 4728.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
SAS DISCOUNT CHRISTIAN BOOKS
Publishes regional history and travel guides, food and wine, gardening, nature, photography and children's books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Book Lust by Nancy Pearl; The Traveling Curmudgeon by Jon Winokur; Panic Rising: True-Life Survivor Tales from the Great Outdoors by Brett Nunn; Fresh from the Neighborhood Bakery: Favorite Recipes from Macrina Bakery & Cafe by Leslie Mackie. Giveaways: books, samplers, galleys. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3645.
Offers full-service national book distribution for independent publishers, covering independent booksellers, chain stores and wholesalers. Featured: titles from client-publishers, including 411 Publishing, Adventures Unlimited Press, Between the Lines, Bluewood Books, Breakthru, California Classics Books, Capra Press, Circlet Press, Clarity Press, Codex Books, Cricket Feet Publications, Dancing Hands Music, Daniel & Daniel Publishers, Dedalus Limited, Demos Medical Publishers, Fair Oaks Press, Get Lost Publications, Goliath Books, Green Magic, Greenery Press, Mosaic Press, Nem Media Worldwide, Parallax Press, Pet Friendly Publications, Planning/Communications, Really Great Books/Glove Box Guides, Rodmell Press, Russell Enterprises, Sedona Press, Silman-James Press, Silver Lake, Sweden Press, Tallfellow Press, Where to Wear Global, White Cloud Press. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Special Events: May 30 & 31: appetizers and champagne in booth, 3 p.m. Booths: 2436, 2437.
Publishes and distributes children's books and software, educational and reference materials. Featured from Arthur A. Levine Books:Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling; Story of the Seagull & the Cat by Luis Spulveda, illus. by Chris Sheban; Baby Food by Saxton Freymann and Joost Elffers; The Slightly True Story of Cedar B. Hartley by Martine Murray. From Scholastic Press:Old Turtle and the Broken Truth by Douglas Wook, illus. by Jon Muth; Cold Tom by Sally Prue; Max's Logbook by Marissa Moss; The Beast by Walter Dean Myers; You Are Special Little One by Nancy Tafuri. From The Blue Sky Press:Yikes!!! by Robert Florczak. From Cartwheel:Can You See What I See by Walter Wick; Feliz Navidad, song lyrics by José Feliciano, illus. by David Diaz; Snow Bear. From Scholastic Reference:The White House by Catherine O'Neill Grace; Scholastic Dinosaurs A to Z by Don Lessem, illus. by Jan Sovak; Scholastic Book of World Records 2004 by Jennifer Morse. From Orchard:Alice in Wonderland by J. Otto Seibold; Runaway Pumpkin by Kevin Lewis, illus. by S.D. Schindler; Quiet! by Paul Bright; Midnight for Charlie Bone by Jenny Nimmo. From Chicken House:Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. From Scholastic Paperbacks:A House Called Awful End by Philip Ardagh, illus. by David Roberts; Guardians of Gahoole by Kathy Lasky; Keys to the Kingdom by Garth Nix; Get Ready for Gabi #1: Crazy, Mixed Up Spanglish Day by Marisa Montes, illus. by Joe Cepeda; books and novelty items from other Scholastic brands, including Harry Potter, Captain Underpants, Clifford, Hamtaro, Barney, Sagwa, Tonka, G.I. Joe, Care Bears, Jumpstart and 100 Words. Giveaways: posters, buttons, advance copies. Drawings: raffles. Booths: 1400, 1401.
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
This award-winning publication serves librarians who work with children and young adults k—12 libraries, media centers and public libraries; SLJ (www.slj.com) provides extensive reviews of books and audio-video titles, CD-ROMs and online resources as well as current news and feature articles that help librarians with management and acquisitions. Booth: 3216.
SCHOOL ZONE PUBLISHING
Publishes quality books on photography, modern art, show business, music, erotica and fashion; exhibiting with Philip Galgiani. Booth: 4738.
SCOBRE PRESS CORP.
This first-time exhibitor publishes young-adult sports books. Featured:Keeper by Holly Goldberg Sloan; HoopCity by Scott Blumenthal and Brett Hodus; The Highest Stand by Tonie Campbell; The Road to the Majors by Scott Blumenthal and Brett Hodus; Chasing the King by Joshua Stein; Long Shot by Marie Fowler; The Long Way Around by Jimmie Hand; The Green by Justin Reichman; Untitled by Paula Bott. Booth: 910.
SCOTTISH PUBLISHERS ASSN.
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
This imprint of Avalon Publishing Group specializes in quality nonfiction and fiction by women writers; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Cunt: A Declaration of Independence by Inga Muscio; Chelsea Whistle by Michelle Tea; Growing Seasons by Annie Spiegelman; Unreliable Truth by Maureen Murdock; Atlas of the Human Heart by Ariel Gore; Mother Shock by Andrea J. Buchanan; Give Me the World by Leila Hadley. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3636.
SEBAR AND WELLS AUDIO PUBLISHERS
Publishes self-help legal, business and reference books. Featured:Low Budget On-Line Marketing for Small Business by Holly Berkley; Your Child in Film & Television by Allison Cohee; Tax This! An Insider's Guide to Standing Up to the IRS by Scott M. Estill; Plan Ahead: Protect Your Estate and Investments by Frank Eberhart; Rightfully Yours: Child Support, Alimony & Your Ex's Pension by Gary A. Shulman; What Your Lawyer Doesn't Want You to Know by Douglas R. Eikermann. Booth: 2736.
Publishes the complete line of books and recorded talks by Paramahansa Yogananda as well as works by members of the SRF monastic community. Featured: How-to-Live series, including Living Fearlessly by Paramahansa Yogananda; Inner Reflections 2004 engagement calendar; La paz interior by Paramahansa Yogananda; El gozo que buscas está en tu interior by Sri Daya Mata. Giveaways: refreshments, engagement calendar, incense. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 1959.
RONNIE SELLERS PRODUCTIONS
Publishes gift books, humor books, themed journals, calendars, note cards and greeting cards; specializes in quality graphics including photography, illustration and fine art, contemporary art and humor. Featured:Everything a Girl Should Know About Her Period Book; Just for You: Moms and Just for You: Dads gift books; themed journals including hiking, cat and dog owners, knit and crochet, wine and film lovers, and gardening; address books; engagement, wall, mini and postcard/easel calendars; greeting cards and note cards. Booth: 626.
SEVEN LOCKS PRESS
Publishes fiction and nonfiction under its Chapman Univ. Press, Giant Shadow Publishing, Last Port Press and Kids Sports Press imprints; distributes books for other small publishers. Featured:The Pythagorean Solution by Joseph Badal; Disturbance of Fate by Mitchell Freedman; Hey Batter Batter by Bill Shane; You Go Girl by Charlie Jones and Kim Doren; The Popes by Claudio Rendina; Fraternity of Silence by Kathryn Shepherd; The Vital Few vs. the Trivial Many by George Muzea; Life: The Manual by Frank Sovinsky; Islamic Fundamentalism: The New Global Threat by Mohammad Mohaddessin. Giveaways: advance copies. Drawings: for autographed sports memorabilia. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 552.
This first-time exhibitor publishes self-help titles. Featured:Why Not: Start Living Your Life Today by Eric DelaBarre. Drawings: win a weekend for two in Las Vegas (courtesy of Southwest Airlines/Mandalay Bay Hotel); each day for Oakley sunglasses or Sony Walkmans, 4 p.m. Discounts: 5% on 20 or more; 10% on freight. Booth: SP5513.
SEVEN STORIES PRESS
Publishes fiction, nonfiction and literature in translation; also offers the Open Media pamphlet series; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Popular Music from Vittula by Mikael Niemi, trans. by Laurie Thompson; Sleepaway School by Lee Stringer; The Oh Really Factor by Peter Hart and FAIR; Censored 2004 by Peter Phillips and Project Censored; Fluoride and the Bomb by Christopher Bryson; Memoirs of a Breton Peasant by Jean-Marie Deguignet, trans. by Linda Asher; Artists During Times of War and Other Essays by Howard Zinn; North Korea, South Korea: U.S. Politics and the Korean Peninsula by John Feffer; My Times: A Dissenting Memoir by John Hess; Rosario Tijeras by Jorge Franco Ramos, trans. by Gregory Rabassa (also in Spanish-language edition); Urban Injustice by David Hilfiker, M.D.; Colombia and the U.S.: War, Terrorism and Destabilization by Mario Murillo; 1968 by Paco Taibo (also in Spanish-language edition), trans. by Donald Nicholson-Smith; Autodafe, Vol. 3 by the Int'l Parliament of Writers; Manifesto for Another World: Voices from Beyond the Dark Play by Ariel Dorfman; House of Bush and the House of Al-Saud by As'ad Abukhalil; When Harlem Nearly Killed King; I Refuse to Die by Koigi wa Wamwere. Giveaways: advance copies. Discounts: 50% plus fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 3752.
SHADES OF COLOR
Manufactures and distributes African American-themed calendars, figurines and note cards. Featured: calendar line, including The Art of Annie Lee, The Art of Sylvia Walker, The Art of Kenneth Gatewood, The Art of Frank Morrison, The Creative World of Synthia Saint James, Girlfriends: A Sister's Sentiments, Shades of Color Swimsuit, SBM, Onyx, Big Dreams, Soldiers of Color and Iyanla Vanzant; check book planners and figurines by Cidne Williams. Discounts: 55%, free freight on prepaid show orders. Booth: 807.
Publishes books on philosophy, religion, art, literature, cultural studies, psychology and health; exhibiting with Random House Inc. Featured:In Buddha's Kitchen by Kimberly Snow; Already Home by Barbara Gates; The Shambhala Library series; At Home in the Muddy River by Ezra Bayda; The Compassion Box by Pema Chödrön; The Art of War Box by Sun Tzu; The Native Foods Restaurant Cookbook by Tanya Petrovna. Giveaways: advance copies, eatery coupons. Booth: 1637.
SHEED & WARD
Publishes Catholic theology and spirituality titles for the classroom and general readers; exhibiting with National Book Network. Featured:Consuming Faith: Integrating Who We Are with What We Buy by Tom Beaudoin; The Great Mysteries: Experiencing Catholic Faith from the Inside Out by Andrew M. Greeley. Discounts: see NBN booth for details. Booth: 1837.
SHEEP MEADOW PRESS
Publishes poetry and essays; exhibiting with Univ. Press of New England. Featured:What to Tip the Boatman by Cleopatra Mathis; Clouded Sky by Miklos Radnoti; The Missing by Rangi McNeil; Forms of Hope by Thomas Venclova. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4008.
Offers user-friendly, reliable books on common psychological, self-help and health-related topics from well-informed practitioners. Featured:How to Cope with Stress by Peter Tyrer; Overcoming Depression by Windy Dryden; Make Up or Breakup by Mary Williams; Body Language at Work by Mary Hartley; Helping Children Cope with Change and Loss by Rosemary Wells. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4367.
Publishes trade paperbacks on fitness, building, architecture and the home arts; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:Homework: A Shelter Scrapbook by Lloyd Kahn. Giveaways: posters. Booth: 3753.
Publishes trade titles about boating and other nautical subjects, travel and nature. Featured:The Mariner's Book of Days 2004 by Peter Spectre; Caribbean Cruising: Your Guide to the Perfect Sailing Holiday by Jane Gibb, revised by John Kretschmer; Seasoned by Salt by Jerry L. Mashaw and Anne U. MacClintock; The Sailor's Weather Guide by Jeff Markell; The Fisherman's Electrical Manual by John C. Payne; Cape Horn: The Logical Route by Bernard Moitessier; Basic Coastal Navigation: Using GPS by Frank Larkin; Pirates Aboard! by Klaus Hympendahl; A.B. Sea: A Loose-Footed Lexicon by Jack Lagan; Communications at Sea: Marine Radio, E-mail, Satellite and Internet Services by Mike Harris. Giveaways: copies of The Mariner's Book of Days 2004. Discounts: 50% on 10 or more books. Booth: 1558.
SHOEMAKER & HOARD PUBLISHERS
This first-time exhibitor ia an imprint of Avalon Publishing Group and publishes literary books; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:A Citizen's Response: New Essays by Wendell Berry; The Morning Star: Selected Zen Writings by Robert Aitken; The Death of Picasso: New & Selected Writings by Guy Davenport; Joe Jones by Anne Lamott; The Tea Ceremony: The Uncollected Writings of Gina Berriault; Broken Ground by Kai Maristed; New Stories by James Salter. Giveaways: broadsides, advance copies. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3640.
SIDDHA YOGA PUBLICATIONS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
SIERRA CLUB BOOKS
Publishes general-interest, trade and scholarly books concentrating on the environment and natural history; exhibiting with Univ. of California Press. Featured:True Grizz by Douglas H. Chadwick; Urban Forests by Richard Cheverton, photos by David Bayles; Wild L.A.: A Celebration of the Natural Areas In and Around the City by James Lawrence; Downhill Slide: Why the American Skiing Industry Is Bad for Skiing, Ski Towns, and the Environment by Hal Clifford. Giveaways: postcards of Adventuring Along the Lewis and Clark Trail. Discounts: 48% on 10 or more backlist books (nine-unit minimum per title). Booth: 4014.
Publishes books on film, filmmaking, the motion picture industry and performing arts; its Siles Press imprint publishes books on chess and other nonfiction subjects; distributed by SCB Distributors. Featured:Risky Business: Financing and Distributing an Independent Film by Mark Litwak; Pal Benko: My Life, Games, and Compositions by Pal Benko and Jeremy Silman; Screenplay: Writing the Picture by Robin U. Russin and William Missouri Downs; Total Directing: Integrating Camera and Performance by Tom Kingdom; Advanced Screenwriting by Linda Seger; Clearance & Copyright, 2nd Edition by Michael Donaldson. Giveaways: mugs. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 2436.
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
SILVER DOLPHIN BOOKS
This juvenile imprint of the Advantage Publishers Group publishes novelty and educational books that are distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: series include Amazing Baby, BusyBugz, Busy Fingers, Critter Tales and Let's Start books. Booths: 3648.
SILVER DOLPHIN SPANISH EDITIONS
This first-time exhibitor specializes in Spanish-language books, including children's books and exclusive Disney editions, cookbooks offered by the DeGustis imprint and gift books offered under the Numen imprint; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured: selection of children's books, cookbooks and gift books. Drawings: sets of Disney editions, one per day. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3656.
SILVER LAKE PUBLISHING
Distributed by SCB Distributors. Booth: 2436.
SILVER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Publishes general-interest fiction and nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic and multimedia formats; divisions include Simon & Schuster Adult, Simon & Schuster Children's, Simon & Schuster New Media, Simon & Schuster Online and Simon & Schuster Audio. Featured from Free Press:Heart Full of Lies by Ann Rule; Mind of the Soul by Gary Zukav; Reagan by Kiron Skinner; Something Rising by Haven Kimmel. From Simon & Schuster:Soul of Capital by William Greider; Benjamin Franklin by Walter Isaacson; Hello, Darkness by Sandra Brown; The Funny Thing Is… by Ellen Degeneres; They Marched into Sunlight by David Maraniss; Hollywood Divorces by Jackie Collins; Who Are We? by Samuel Huntington; Fire Flight by John Nance; Virtue Street by Stephen Hunter. From Touchstone/Fireside:God's Gift to Women by Michael Baisden; Trish McEvoy: A Life of Beauty by Trish McEvoy; Boat of Dreams by Richard Preston; 40 Days to Personal Revolution by Baron Baptiste; Fat Is Not Your Fate by Susan Mitchell. From Scribner: Untitled on Danny Pearl by Mariane Pearl; Popped by Carol Higgins Clark; Reflections by Barbara Bush; Pitching My Tent by Anita Diamant; Al Roker's Hassle-Free Holiday Cookbook by Al Roker; Dark Tower V: The Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King; The Kills by Linda Fairstein; Hemingway at War by Ernest Hemingway. From Atria:Kevin Aucoin: A Beautiful Life by Kevin Aucoin; Audrey Hepburn: An Elegant Spirit by Sean Hepburn-Ferrer; Valley of Light by Terry Kay; Skyscraper by Zane; Wealth of Wisdom by Camille Cosby; Untitled Christmas title by Jude Deveraux; Jewel's Love Poems by Jewel; State of the Union by Brad Thor. From Pocket Books:Bite by C.J. Tosh; Stone Cold Steve Austin by Steve Austin; Mannheim Steamroller by Chip Davis; Someone to Watch Over Me by Judith McNaught; Midnight Flight by V.C. Andrews; Out of the Mist by JoAnn Ross; December 6 by Martin Cruz Smith; Late Bloomer by Fern Michaels; CSI: Oasis by CSI. Giveaways: advance copies. Special Events: May 31: performance with Ellen Degeneres, with proceeds benefiting the Book Industry Foundation, 9 p.m. Booths: 4320, 4321.
SIMON & SCHUSTER CHILDREN'S DIV.
Publishes children's and young adult books. Featured: imprint launch of Libros para ninos; Olivia and the Missing Toy by Ian Falconer; Robert Sabuda's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll; A Is for Abigail Adams: An Almanac of Amazing American Women by Lynne Cheney, illus. by Robin Preiss Glasser; Little Red by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, illus. by Sam Williams; I'm a Manatee by John Lithgow, illus. by Ard Hoyt; Fuzzy Fuzzy Fuzzy! by Sandra Boynton; Aleutian Sparrow by Karen Hesse; My Cup Runneth Over: The Life of Angelica Cookson Potts by Cherry Whytock; Just for Me, Just for You: Read-Together Stories from Nick Jr. FamilyMagazine; The Spiderwick Chronicles, Book 3: Lucinda's Secret by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black; Pendragon: The Reality Bug by D.J. MacHale; Samurai Girl: The Book of the Pearl and The Book of the Wind by Carrie Asai; Mates, Dates, and Sleepover Secrets by Cathy Hopkins; Halloween Bugs: A Trick-or-Treat Pop-up Book by David A. Carter; Dora the Explorer (assorted titles); Bob the Builder (assorted titles); Oswald (assorted titles); The Essential Worldwide Monster Guide by Linda Ashman, illus. by David Small; Clorinda by Robert Kinerk, illus. by Steven Kellogg; A Frog in the Bog by Karma Wilson, illus. by Joan Rankin; Two Eggs, Please by Sarah Weeks, illus. by Betsy Lewin; Alice in Blunderland by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; The Nobel Book of Answers, edited by Bettina Stiekel; Tales from the House of Bunnicula, #6: The Odorous Adventures of Stinky Dog by James Howe, illus. by Brett Helquist; Shattering Glass by Gail Giles; Rainbow High by Alex Sanchez; Crying Rocks by Janet Taylor Lisle; Hanging onto Max by Margaret Bechard. Giveaways: finished books, sample spreads, posters, buttons, journals, magnets, magazines, galleys, bookmarks, postcards, T-shirts, baseball caps. Booths: 4320, 2321.
SIMPLY READ BOOKS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
SIRIVATANA INTERPRINT PUBLIC CO.
SISTER CITY PRODUCTIONS
This imprint of the Unitarian Universalist Assn. offers nonfiction paperbacks on spirituality, religious history and social justice. Featured:A Dream Too Wild: Emerson Meditations for Every Day of the Year by Barry M. Andrews; Waking Up the Karma Fairy: Life Lessons and Other Holy Adventures by Meg Barnhouse. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4367.
Publishes illustrated titles; distributed by Rizzoli Int'l Publications. Featured:Great Museums of Europe, introduction by Antonio Paolucci; Urban Centers and Archeological Sites: The UNESCO World Heritage series, edited by Valerio Terraroli; Edouard Vuillard:Catalogue Raisonné by Antoine Salomon and Guy Cogeval. Booths: 4144, 4145.
SKYLIGHT PATHS PUBLISHING
This division of LongHill Partners offers general-trade books on spirituality, meditation/prayer, native traditions, biography, classic texts, children's picture and board books. Featured:A Walk with Four Spiritual Guides by Andrew Harvey; What You Will See Inside a Mosque by Aisha Karen Khan, photos by Aaron Pepis; The Sacred Art of Listening by Kay Lindahl, illus. by Amy Schnapper. Discounts: 50%. Booth: 4057.
SLAVE LABOR BOOKS
SLEEPING BEER PRESS
SMALL PRESS DISTRIBUTION
SPD distributes and markets fiction, poetry, literary nonfiction and related cultural writings from more than 500 small independent presses. Featured:Healing Israel/Palestine by Rabbi Michael Lerner; National Security Strategy of the U.S.A. by the Bush Administration; Snowball's Chance by John Reed; Souls for Sale: The Diary of an Ex-Colored Man by Samad Anthony Asadullah; Forces of Imagination by Barbara Guest; B: A Novel by Johnathan Baumbach; The Fullness of Time by Gershom Scholem. Discounts: 45% (returnable). Booth: 2655.
This first-time exhibitor works under the name of Ellen Reid's Book Shepherding; offers manuscript-to-print services for aspiring writers and authors as well as advice on marketing, promotion, bookstore distribution and non-book markets; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Anacacho, An Allie Armington Mystery by Louise Gaylord (Little Moose Press); Money Tool Box for Women by Audrey Reed (Works in Progress); A Short Course in Kindness by Margot Silk Forrest (L.M. Press); The Street Kid's Guide to Having It All by John Assaraf (Street Kid Co.); Fallback Position by John E. Arnold (John E. Arnold Publishing); Symbols in Art by Serge Polakoff (Harmony 2000); A Christmas Dozen, Christmas Stories to Warm the Heart by Steve Burt (Burt Creations). Giveaways: books. Booth: 944.
SMART TRAVEL PRESS
Exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured:Smart Packing for Today's Traveler by Susan Foster. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Booth: 2356.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION PRESS
Booths: 120, 4410.
SNOW LION PUBLICATIONS
Offers a wide range of titles on Tibet and is a major source for books by HH the Dalai Lama; distributed by National Book Network. Featured:Music in the Sky: The Life, Art and Teachings of the Seventeenth Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje by Michele Martin. Discounts: 50%, retail; 52%, wholesale on orders of 25 or more. Booth: 1943.
SOFT SKULL PRESS
Offers independently-minded literature, from political nonfiction to pop culture, from fiction to new poetry; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:P by Andrew Lewis Conn; The Amazing Snox Box by Brian Gage; God Save My Queen by Daniel Nester; The Endless Search by David Ray; The Murdering of My Years by Mickey Z; Off the Cuffs by Jackie Sheeler; Portraits of Israelis and Palestinians by Seth Tobocman; Get Your War On by David Rees. Booth: 3755.
Publishes literary trade fiction and nonfiction. Featured:After by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; The Darkest Child by Delores Phillips; Play Money by Phillip Allen; Number 10 by Sue Townsend. Giveaways: galleys. Booth: 2648.
SOLI DEO GLORIA
SOPHIA INSTITUTE PRESS
SOTHEBY'S POST AUCTION CATALOGS
A part of the NAPRA Pavilion. Booth: 1123.
Publishes fiction, nonfiction, humor and legal self-help mixed media titles under Sourcebooks Landmark, Sourcebooks MediaFusion, Sourcebooks Casablanca, Sourcebooks Hysteria and Sphinx Publishing imprints. Featured:Daughter's Keeper by Ayelet Waldman; Harlem's Renaissance by Lionel Bascom; My Fellow Americans: The Greatest Speeches of American Presidents, from George W to George W, edited by Michael Waldman. Giveaways: book bags. Discounts: free freight on 10 or more titles. Booth: 515.
SOUTH END PRESS
SPANISH LANGUAGE BOOK SERVICE
SPECIAL EDITIONS PRESS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
SPIRITUALITY & HEALTH MAGAZINE
SPORTS MEDIA PUBLISHING
Distributed by National Book Network. Booth: 1937.
SPOTTED DOG PRESS
Publishes climbing guides, narratives and historical travel guides on California and the West; exhibiting with Publishers Marketing Assn. Featured:Born Free and Equal: The Story of Loyal Japanese Americans at Manzanar by Ansel Adams; High & Wild: Photographs and Essays on Wilderness Adventure by Galen Rowell; Favorite Dog Hikes In and Around Los Angeles by Wynne Benti; Out from Las Vegas by Florine Lawlor; Death Valley to Yosemite: Frontier Mining Camps and Ghost Towns by L. Burr Belden and Mary DeDecker; Desert Summits: A Climbing & Hiking Guide to California and Southern Nevada by Andy Zdon; Climbing Mt. Whitney by Wynne Benti and Walt Wheelock; Close Ups of the High Sierra by Norman Clyde; Grand Canyon Treks: 12,000 Miles Through the Grand Canyon by Harvey Butchart; The Secret Sierra: The Alpine World Above the Trees. Booth: 948.
SPRING BOOK SHOW
Publishes scientific, technical and medical books; imprints include AIP Press, Birkhäuser and Copernicus; distributes for Apress and the Royal Society of Chemistry. Featured:The Pathological Protein by Philip Yam; Beyond Fear, Beyond Terror by Bruce Schneier; Looking Out of the Cave by Stephen Webb; Moving to VB.NET, 2nd Edition by Dan Appleman; In Search of Stupidity: Over 20 Years of High-tech Marketing Disasters by Merrill Chapman; Grade Inflation by Valen Johnson; The Big Bang by David Harland; Essential Practice of Surgery by Jeffrey Norton et al.; Positron Emission Topography by Peter Valk et al.; Computer Vision Dictionary by Robert Fisher et al.; Handbook of Fingerprint Recognition by Anil Jain et al.; The Mathematics of Juggling by Burkard Polster; AIP Physics Desk Reference by E. Richard Cohen et al. Discounts: 55%, trade titles; 40%, professional titles; free freight. Booth: 1367.
SQUARE ONE PUBLISHERS
Publishes nonfiction, how-to, self-help and reference titles on alternative health, parenting, cooking, spirituality, collectibles and history as well as trivia games and writers guides. Featured:IRA Wealth by Patrick W. Rice with Jennifer Dirks; A Day in the Life of Billy Graham by Deborah H. Strober and Gerald S. Strober; The Mason Jar Soup-to-Nuts Cookbook by Lonnette Parks. Giveaways: a copy of Joe Franklin's Great Entertainment Trivia Game with each order. Discounts: 50%, free freight. Booth: 1001.
ST. MARTIN'S PRESS/HOLTZBRINCK PUBLISHERS
Publishes general-interest hardcover, trade and mass market books; imprints include St. Martin's Press, St. Martin's Minotaur, Let's Go, St. Martin's Paperbacks, Thomas Dunne Books and Truman Talley Books; distribution clients include Aperture, Bloomsbury USA, Faber & Faber, Forge, Farrar Straus & Giroux, FSG Books for Young Readers, Graywolf, Griffin, Henry Holt, Henry Holt for Young Readers, Hill & Wang, Hydra, North Point Press, Picador, Priddy & Bicknell, Rizzoli, Rodale, Rugged Land, Tor, Wizards of the Coast and World Almanac. Featured from St. Martin's:The Last Nazis by Stan Pottinger; Escape from Slavery by Francis Bok; The Keeper's Son by Homer Hickam; Peyton Amberg by Tama Janowitz; Push Not the River by James Conroyd Martin; The Distance from Normandy by Jonathan Hull. From SMP/Thomas Dunne:The Avenger by Fredrick Forsyth. From SMP/Minotaur:Distant Echo by Val McDermid. Giveaways: advance copies. Discounts: seasonal backlist offers. Booths: 4136, 4137.
Publishes nonfiction titles in the areas of nature, outdoor sports, crafts and hobbies, Pennsylvania, military reference, military classics, military history and history; provides distribution services for other publishers. Featured:A Taste for War: The Culinary History of the Blue and the Gray by William C. Davis; Armor Battles of the Waffen SS, 1943—1945 by Wil Sey; Mammal Tracks and Sign by Mark Elbroch; Tank Rider: Into the Reich with the Red Army by Evgenii I. Bessonov; Lee's Real Plan at Gettysburg by Troy D. Harman; Spring Creeks by Mike Lawson; It's a Fine Line: The Art of Bruce Johnson by Bruce Johnson; Heart Shots: Women Write About Hunting by Mary Zeiss Stange; Tigers in the Mud by Otto Carius; To the Point: A Tribute to Pointing Dogs by Dale Spartas and Tom Davis; The Wildlife Art of Ned Smith by Scott Weidensaul; Basic Dried Flower Arranging and Basic Stained Glass Making, both edited by Leigh Ann Berry; The Barbary Corsairs: Warfare in the Mediterranean, 1480—1580 by Jacques Heers; New York Breweries by Lew Bryson. Discounts: retailers: extra 5% on 25 or more assorted titles. Booth: 1757.
C.D. STAMPLEY ENTERPRISES
Publishes Bibles, religious titles and adult reference books in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. Featured:Santos para cada ocasión by Tom Craughwell; Mi primer libro de palabras, illus. by Van Gool; various English-language study Bibles. Booth: 4701.
STANFORD UNIV. PRESS
Publishes scholarly books. Featured:Marc Chagall and His Times and Marc Chagall on Art and Culture, both by Benjamin Harshav; Letters of Robert Duncan and Denise Levertov, edited by Robert J. Bertholf and Albert Gelpi; The Zohar: Pritzker Edition, Vols. One and Two, trans. and annotated by Daniel C. Matt; The Wild God of the World: An Anthology of Robertson Jeffers by Albert Gelpi; Averting 'The Final Failure': John F. Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis by Sheldon M. Stern. Discounts: 50% on backlist. Booth: 4062.
STAR OF PEACE PUBLISHING
STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK PRESS
Publishes scholarly and trade books, including titles in philosophy, religion, psychology, Asian studies, literature, film and political science; distributes titles for Rockefeller Institute Press; exhibiting with the AAUP. Featured:Israel on the Couch: The Psychology of the Peace Process by Ofer Grosbard; Revolutionaries and Reformers: Contemporary Islamist Movements in the Middle East, edited by Barry Rubin; Rediscovering America's Sacred Ground by Barbara A. McGraw; America Goes to College by John E. Seery; Arts of Living: Reinventing the Humanities for the Twenty-first Century by Kurt Spellmeyer; The Ideology of Education by Kevin B. Smith; Scattering Point: The World in a Mennonite Eye by Jeff Gundy; To the Extreme: Alternative Sports, Inside and Out, edited by Robert E. Rinehart and Synthia Sydnor; Sporting Dystopias: The Making and Meanings of Urban Sport Cultures, edited by Ralph C. Wilcox, David L. Andrews, Robert Pitter and Richard L. Irwin; Five Comedies: George Sand, trans. by E.H. Blackmore, A.M. Blackmore and Francine Giguère; Memory's Orbit: Film and Culture 1999—2000 by Joseph Natoli; Transforming the Dream: Ecologism and the Shaping of an Alternative American Vision by Charles Sokol Bednar; Geo-Logic: Breaking Ground Between Philosophy and the Earth Sciences by Robert Frodeman; Refinancing America: The Republican Antitax Agenda by Sheldon D. Pollack; Civilizing Globalization, edited by Richard Sandbrook; Sarajevo Essays by Rusmir Mahmutcehajic; Encouraging Buddhism, edited by Seth Robert Segall; Alchemist of the Avant-Garde: The Case of Marcel Duchamp by John F. Moffit. Discounts: 50% on backlist; free freight. Booth: 2830.
STAUB LEADERSHIP CONSULTANTS
Offers services to help clients achieve personal and organizational effectiveness through improved leadership empowerment, communications and team-based creativity; exhibiting with Midpoint Trade Books. Featured:The Heart of Leadership: 12 Practices of Courageous Leaders and The 7 Acts of Courage: Bold Leadership for a Wholehearted Life, both by Robert E. Staub. Booth: 2720.
STECK-VAUGHN SCHOOL SUPPLY
Publishes teacher resource and reproducible materials for k—8 classrooms; distributes curriculum materials for the k—6 classroom as well as GED, Pre-GED, ESL and Adult Basic Education programs. Featured: Core Skills series, including Reading Comprehension, Math, Language Arts and Test Preparation; Redefining the Three Rs; Classroom Organization and Management; Steadwell Books: Explorers and Exploration; ESL. Discounts: 50%, free freight (90-day net). Booth: 1014.
Publishes general-interest books both fiction and nonfiction under Steerforth Italia and Zoland Books imprints; distributed by Publishers Group West. Featured:Street Soldier: My Life as an Enforcer for Whitey Bulger and the Boston Irish Mob by Edward J. MacKenzie Jr. and Phyllis Karas with Ross A. Muscato; Such Sweet Thunder by Vincent O. Carter; When the Bulbul Stopped Singing: A Diary of Life Under Israeli Occupation by Raja Shehadeh; Poem a Day, Vols. 1 and 2. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3752.
STEMMER HOUSE PUBLISHERS
Publishes trade books on art and design, gardening and natural history and children's books. Featured:Art Deco Patterns & Designs and William Morris Patterns & Designs, both by Phoebe Ann Erb; Stemmer House Int'l Design Library series. Discounts: 46% on 25 or more assorted titles (F.O.B. SH warehouse); 50%, free freight on 50 or more assorted titles. Booth: 2068.
STERLING MARKING PRODUCTS
STERLING PUBLISHING CO.
Publishes nonfiction books specializing in the areas of how-to, crafts, gardening, body/mind/spirit, puzzles/games and children's books; imprints include Hearst Books and Lark Books. Featured from Sterling:Windows on the World Complete Wine Course 2004 Edition by Kevin Zraly; 100 Years of the World Series by Eric Enders; The Michael's Book of Arts & Crafts; Tour de France by L'Equipe editors; Weapons of Mass Destruction by Robert Hutchinson; Young Reader's Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet by Adam McKeown. From Hearst Books:Chapman Piloting: The Complete Guide to Seamanship 64th Edition by Elbert S. Maloney; Esquire's Big Book of Great Writing, from the editors of Esquire Magazine. Discounts: 55%, free freight on 25 individual backlist titles (50-backlist book minimum). Booths: 4220, 4221.
Publishes children's and young-adult educational books. Featured: series, including Countries of the World, Isaac Asimov's Library of the Universe, Great Rivers of the World, Trailblazers of the Modern World, World Almanac Library of American Government, Landmark Events in American History, World Almanac Library of the States. Booth: 4156.
STEWART, TABORI & CHANG
S3 PUBLISHING TECHNOLOGIES
STONE BRIDGE PRESS
Offers books about Japan, including anime and manga, language, culture, spirituality, art and design, literature, translations and original fiction; distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution. Featured:The Yakuza Movie Book by Mark Schilling; The Dorama Encyclopedia: A Guide to Japanese TV Drama Since 1953 by Jonathan Clements and Motoko Tamamuro; Native American in the Land of the Shogun: Ronald Macdonald and the Opening of Japan by Frederik L. Schodt; Designing with Kanji: Japanese Character Motifs for Surface, Skin & Spirit by Shogo Oketani and Leza Lowtiz; Tokyo Story: The Ozu/Nodo Screenplay, trans. by Donald Richie; Arranging Things: A Rhetoric of Object Placement by Leonard Koren. Giveaways: postcards, buttons. Discounts: 50% plus fee freight (U.S. only) on one in-stock backlist order (minimum 10 assorted books). Booth: 2650.
Publishes books on country living; offers titles under its new Quiet Sports imprint; exhibiting with Workman Publishing. Featured:Holiday Lights by David Seidman; Knit Christmas Stockings!, edited by Gwen Steege; Cellaring Wine by Jeff Cox. Giveaways: copies of The Hiking Companion and The Kayaking Companion. Drawings: for a case of wine. Special Events: a late afternoon wine event with Jeff Cox. Booths: 737, 837.
This first-time exhibitor provides literary clients with publicity, media relations, book tours, graphics and publishing services. Featured:Brain Brilliant by AmyK Hutchens; Call to Glory: The Life and Times of a Texas Ranger by Marilyn and Michael Gilhuly; Tormented Without a Trace by Valerie Clark; LifeMaps for Midlife Women by Linda Hughes; Ana Lee the Manatee by Rich Bray; Congress Avenue by Louis Leon; Marching Through Culpeper by Virginia B. Morton; Sugar Daddy 101 by Leidra Lawson. Drawings: for a DVD player. Booth: 2744.
STUDIO 9 BOOKS
Distributed by Words Distributing Co. Booths: 2320, 2321.
SUCCESS RANCH PUBLISHERS
SUMMIT UNIV. PRESS
Specializes in the fields of practical spirituality, esoteric and New Age literature and personal-growth titles. Featured:The Path of Brotherhood and The Path of the Universal Christ, both by Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet; Walking with the Master by Elizabeth Clare Prophet et al.; Community by Elizabeth Clare Prophet; Afra, Brother of Light: Spiritual Teachings by an Ascended Master; Wanting to Be Born, compiled by Neroli Duffy; Soul Reflections and Emotions, both by Marilyn C. Barrick. Booth: 2711.
Publishes home decorating, home improvement, outdoor building, gardening and landscaping, cookbooks and home plans books; imprints include Oxmoor House, Leisure Arts, Cooking Light, Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn and Martha Stewart Living. Featured: Pottery Barn Series, including Living Rooms, Bedrooms and Bathrooms; This Old House Series, including Complete Home Remodeling and Landscaping; Southern Living Annual Recipes 2003 25th Anniversary Edition; Williams-Sonoma Kids' Baking; Williams-Sonoma Best of Kitchen Library, including Italian Favorites and Holiday Favorites; Top 10 Gardening Guide Series, including California and Midwest; Theme Gardens; Best of Cathy Livingston Cross-Stitch; Women's Health and Wellness 2004. Booth: 1866.
Offers guidebooks on recreation and outdoor activities; exhibiting with Travel Publishers Assn. Featured: new titles from the Backcountry Adventures series, including Northern California, Southern California, Arizona and Utah. Drawings: travel guides on exhibit (over $1,000 value). Discounts: 50%. Booth: 2356.
SWEET PEA DESIGN
SWIFT BOOK DISTRIBUTION
Exhibiting with Publishers Assn. (U.K.). Booth: 1374.
SYBEX COMPUTER BOOKS
Booths: 1555, 3041.
SYNERGY GROUP INT'L
Produces technical references for information technology and information security specialists; exhibiting with Publishers Group West. Featured:The Best Damn Firewall Book Period by Thomas W. Shinder, Robert J. Shimonski, Cherie Amon and Doug Maxwell; The Best Damn Cisco Internetworking Book Period by Callisma; LEGO Mindstorms Masterpieces: Building and Programming Advanced Robots by Kevin Clague, Mario and Giulio Ferrari. Discounts: see PGW booth for details. Booth: 3757.