Abbeville Press

Booth: 1206

Co. description: Abbeville Press, est. in 1977, specializes in publishing high-quality illustrated books on art, architecture, photography, design, travel, lifestyle and media.

At the booth: An additional 10% discount or free freight for orders placed at the show. Offer will last until June 30, 2013.

Abingdon Press

Booth: 1064

Co. description: Abingdon Press is the publishing imprint for the United Methodist Publishing House. Abingdon publishes to a broad ecumenical audience and specializes in products for church leaders, as well as scholars and students engaged in theological education and the practice of ministry. Abingdon Press offers a wide array of quality academic, professional, reference, fiction and devotional titles published each year.

Above the Treeline

Booth: 663

Co. description: Maker of Edelweiss and Treeline Analytics, online systems for publishers, book buyers, booksellers, librarians and reviewers. Edelweiss has fast become an industry standard platform for publishers to present flexible, customizable, rich title information and catalogues to the all parties in the book industry in a state-of-the-art online system. Digital review copies or ARCs are fully integrated with catalogues and titles.


Booth: 1467

Co. description: For over 60 years, Abrams has been renown for its bookmaking. An artisanal publisher at heart, Abrams creates and distributes high-design titles with high production valbues, whether for the adult, young adult, or children’s trade markets.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Lauren Myracle, Infinite Moment of Us (Thurs., 11 a.m.); Michael Showalter, Guys Can Be Cat Ladies (Thurs., 2 p.m.); Tom Angleberger, Art2-D2’s Guide to Folding and Doodling (Friday, 2 p.m.). Giveaways: Vanity Fair 100 tote bags.

ACC Distribution

Booth: 848

Co. description: Full-service distributor to the trade as well as the academic, museum, and specialty markets, specializing in high-quality illustrated books from Antique Collectors’ Club and many fine art publishers in the U.S. and abroad. Book subjects include the fine, decorative and applied arts; photography; architecture; design; textiles; Asian art & culture; gardens; lifestyle; cookbooks and wine guides.

Accent Press

Booth: 2232

Co. description: Xcite Books is the U.K.’s largest erotic romance publisher. The company has three imprints: The Secret Library—erotic romance novellas with discreet, elegant covers; Xcite Books—mainstream novels and 20 short story anthologies; and XTRM—explicit erotica with BDSM and fetish themes. The books are published in print, e-books and audio formats.

Accord Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 2657

Co. description: A publisher of innovative children’s books and creator of New York Times bestseller Bee & Me. Highlights for fall feature wild animals in Big Chomp, high-octane entertainment for young readers in Trucks, and a new edition of Twas the Night Before Christmas.

Agate Publishing

Booth: 1330A

Co. description: Specializing in business-related nonfiction (B2Books imprint), African-American related fiction/nonfiction (Bolden Books imprint), cooking, food, cocktails and lifestyle nonfiction (Surrey Books imprint), and Midwest regional (Midway Books). Featured titles include Long Division by Kiese Laymon, Virgin Rebel: Richard Branson in His Own Words, edited by Danielle McLimore, The Hoosier Mama Book of Pie by Paula Haney), and The Sardinian Cookbook by Viktorija Todorovska.

At the booth: In-booth signing by Kiese Laymon, author of the debut novel Long Division (Thurs.)

Akashic Books

Booth: 1104A

Co. description: Books and catalogues.

At the booth: There will be in-booth signings (TBA). +3% for returnable and non-returnable retailers.

Albert Whitman & Company

Booth: C1583

Co. description: Albert Whitman & Company has been publishing award-winning children’s books since 1919. Best known for the classic series The Boxcar Children® Mysteries, its picture books, novels, graphic novels and nonfiction titles are aimed at children and teens of all backgrounds and experiences.

Algar Editorial-Feditres

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Publisher specializing in children’s literature in Spanish, with bilingual editions (English-Spanish).

Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill

Booth: 839

Co. description: For 30 years, Algonquin has published trade hardcover and paperback fiction and nonfiction titles and calendars. Its paperback line, Algonquin Paperbacks, offers Algonquin Round Table Editions that include special features for reading groups. A new imprint, Algonquin Young Readers, presents titles for young adults and middle grades readers.

At the booth: Alice Hoffman’s first nonfiction book, Survival Lessons, will be celebrated with a “booth takeover” on Thursday from 9 a.m. till noon. The booth will be turned into an Alice Hoffman party with signage, t-shirts, and galley giveaways. Hoffman will also be in the booth signing galleys for an hour, starting at 10 a.m. On Friday, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., the booth will be turned over to the new imprint, AYR, with signage, t-shirts, etc. In-booth signing by Lee Smith for her new novel, Guests on Earth (Friday, 10:30 a.m.); and Lauren Grodstein will be signing Explanation for Everything (Thurs., 1:30 p.m.).


Booth: 1744

Co. description: Amacom, a division of the American Management Association, publishes nonfiction including business, management, career growth, sales/marketing and self-help. Featured 2013 titles include: Unlimited Sales Success, The Economy of You, The Practical Drucker, and the Brian Tracy Success Library Titles: Leadership and Time Management.

At the booth: 50% discount on orders of eight or more books, trade backlist titles only (order must be placed during show).

Amazon Children’s Publishing

Booth: C1675

Co. description: Quality books for young readers of all ages, from toddlers to teens.

Amber Communications Group Inc

Booth: 764

Co. description: Amber Communications Group, Inc., is the nation’s largest African-American publisher of self-help books and music biographies. Titles include: Lil Wayne, Ageless Beauty: Skin Care & Make Up Guide, Is Modeling for You?, The African American Scholarship Guide, The African American Employment Guide, African American History in the United States of America from Africa to President Barack Obama.

American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE)

Booth: 861

Co. description: ABFFE is the bookseller’s voice in the fight against censorship; it sponsors Banned Books Week and the Kids’ Right to Read Project. It is sharing the booth with its affiliate, 2020 Vision USA, supplier of high fashion reading glasses and sunglasses. ABFFE affiliates donate a portion of all bookstore sales to ABFFE. Another affiliate, Filofax, is exhibiting at Booth 968. In addition to its journals and datebooks, Filofax distributes Lamy pens and pencils and the products of Letts of London.

At the booth: Filofax will offer free shipping, free displays, extended dating, and raffle prizes for bookstores that submit their business card or bookmark. 2020 Vision USA will be offering various models of reading and sunglasses for $5 each. Bookstores ordering 40 pieces of any of the Sun Readers will get a free store display.

American Collective Stand

Booth: 1247

Co. description: A collective of independent publishers, distributors, agents and packagers from the U.S. ACS offers complete turnkey exhibits at the following fairs: Taipei Intl. Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, London Book Fair, BookExpo America, American Library Association, Beijing Book Fair, Frankfurt Book Fair.

American Girl Publishing

Booth: C1275

Co. description: For more than 25 years, American Girl has inspired millions of girls to read historical fiction.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Kirby Larsen, Bitty Baby & Me (Thurs., 1 p.m.); Cara Natterson, The Care and Keeping of You 2 (Friday, 1 p.m.); Jessie Haas, Saige (Sat., 11 a.m.). Free freight with orders over $500; free Bitty Baby Doll Drawing Display with orders over $1,000.

American Library Association-Annual Conference

Booth: 1041

Co. description: The global leader in library events and exhibits, offering opportunities for updates, conversations, and strategies around the transformation of libraries, civic engagement, innovation, e-content and other key topics.

American Psychological Association

Booth: 2233

Co. description: The APA is the premier publisher in the behavioral and social sciences, as well as the originator of APA Style guide and publisher of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.

At the booth: 45% discount and free freight for orders placed at the show by qualified sales reps. Some exclusions apply; see APA booth staff for details.

AMMO Books

Booth: 1261

Co. description: AMMO Books publishes design-minded books for adults and kids on photography, pop culture and the arts.

At the booth: 10% off on orders placed during the show.

Andrews McMeel Publishing

Booth: 2657

Co. description: Andrews McMeel Publishing is a leader in humor, cookbook, gift, puzzles, trade and children’s books and the nation’s top calendar publisher. Fall releases include The Oatmeal’s new collection, Why Grizzly Bears Should Wear Underpants, John Besh’s Cooking from the Heart, and a new illustrated novel for middle-grade readers, Mark Tatulli’s Desmond Pucket.

APG Sales & Distribution

Booth: 1646

Co. description: APG is a full-service distributor representing independent publishers and offering offer warehousing and inventory management, sales generation into all book markets, 800 order support, internet sales and Web site development, pick/pack and ship, accounts receivables collection, and complete reporting on all functions in hard copy or online.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

Booth: 2763

Co. description: Publisher and/or distributor of the official Appalachian Trail guides and maps, other books related to the Appalachian Trail and sidelines. A volunteer-based, private, nonprofit managers of the 14-state Appalachian National Scenic Trail and its 250,000 acres of public lands.

At the booth: 50% discount and free freight on orders placed at BEA

Apple Tree Publishing

Booth: 383

Co. description: A full-service publishing firm with hands-on experience and the knowledge to address the challenges of 21st century publishing.

Applewood Books

Booth: 1062

Co. description: Applewood Books was founded in 1976. Its mission is to build a picture of America through its primary sources. In 2010, Applewood acquired Commonwealth Editions of Beverly, Mass., a regional publisher in New England. Applewood’s series include Little Books of Wisdom, Great American Quote Books, among others.

Arcadia Publishing

Booth: 1502

Co. description: A leading publisher of regional and local history. Now with more than 8,500 titles covering every state, Arcadia’s flagship Images of America series also encompasses sports, transport, aviation, colleges and industries. Books contain rare and unpublished images, ephemera and postcards with brief but descriptive text. Its new imprint, Legendary Locals, detailing the history of the people who made—and continue to make—the town, is now available.

Archway Publishing

Booth: 2662

Co. description: Archway Publishing, from Simon & Schuster and operated by Author Solutions, provides writers with a self-publishing solutions to meet their goals.

Argo Navis

Booth: 1310

Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S.P.A.

Booth: 802

Co. description: Publisher of Italian and foreign literature, biographies, travel, art, philosophy and criticism, children, politics, critiques.

Arsenal Pulp Press

Booth: 1106A

Co. description: Trade book publisher specializing in literary nonfiction and fiction, LGBT literature and history, cooking (including vegan and health), cultural studies, graphic novels, and visual art. New titles include The Trial of Pope Benedict, The SimplyRaw Kitchen, Modern Native Feasts, and Universal Hunks.

At the booth: +3% for returnable and nonreturnable retailers.

Art Stock Books

Booth: 2527

Co. description: A division of IPG, Art Stock Books is the North American distributor of fine art, architecture, and photography titles published by publishers from around the world.


Booth: 839

Co. description: Artisan is the illustrated imprint of Workman Publishing, specializing in fine-quality, full-color cookbooks, general lifestyle and photography books. Artisan also publishes calendars from the National Audubon Society and distributes Greenwich Workshop Press.

Association of American Publishers

Booth: 1248

Co. description: AAP is the national trade association representing America’s 300 premier publishers of high-quality entertainment, education, scientific, and professional content for all physical and digital formats. AAP is an advocate on behalf of the industry’s priorities on policy, legislative and regulatory issues regionally, nationally and worldwide.

Assouline Publishing

Booth: 1315

Booth: DZ1860


Booth: RC92

Co. description: AudioGO is a leading publisher of unabridged audiobooks and radio dramatizations. It carries e-books, hardcover westerns, and is a provider of BBC Radio and television products. It offers flexible Standing Order Plans, superior service and a newly expanded children’s line.


Booth: RC46

Co. description: AudioGO/Blackstone Audio is one of the world’s largest independent publishers of unabridged audiobooks and radio dramatizations. With over 9,000 titles and 100 new releases each month, it offers a collection of award-winning and bestselling fiction and nonfiction audiobooks. Authors include Karin Slaughter, Ayn Rand, C.S. Lewis, Ian Fleming, Stephen King, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Johanna Lindsey, and J.R.R. Tolkien.

At the booth: 55% discount and free shipping on first order, no minimum required.

Augustus Press

Booth: 1223B

Co. description: Augustus titles interlace action, crime, and the urban lifestyle depicting the harsh realities of life on the streets.

The Authors Guild

Booth: 2764

Co. description: The Authors Guild has been the nation’s leading advocate for writers’ interests in effective copyright protection, fair contracts and free expression since it was founded as the Authors League of America in 1912. It provides legal assistance and a broad range of Web services to its members.

Auntie M Children’s Books Publishing

Booth: 2347A

Co. description: A children’s books publishing house located in Monroe, N.C.

At the booth: The Bubble Bath Race and The Sophisticated Slug will both be sold at exclusive show markdown prices.

B&H Publishing Group

Booth: 2439

Co. description: B&H Publishing Group is a nonprofit publisher that provides Bible-centered content to positively inspire people to build a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ. Titles include The Love Dare and The Vow as well as the award-winning HCSB Study Bible.

Baker & Taylor

Booth: 2120

Co. description: Baker & Taylor is a global information and entertainment services company offering print and digital books, and entertainment products along with value-added services to libraries, education institutions, and retailers.

Baker Publishing Group

Booth: 1021

Co. description: Baker Publishing Group (Bethany House, Revell, Baker Books, Chosen, Baker Academic, Brazos Press and God’s Word Translation) is a leading producer of Christian resources that give insight and inspiration to readers worldwide. Its divisions reflect the broadest scope of topics, which include fiction, self-help, inspiration, professional books for pastors and counselors, Christian living, and academic titles.

Barbour Publishing Inc.

Booth: 825

Co. description: Barbour Publishing is a leader in the Christian book marketplace.

Bard Press

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Featuring Jeffrey Gitomer’s 21.5 Unbreakable Laws of Selling: Universal Truths for Making Sales Easier, Faster, and Bigger NOW and FOREVER! Author signing at booth Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Also: The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller and Papasan. Author signing at booth Thursday.

Barefoot Books

Booth: 1671

Co. description: An award-winning, independent publisher of illustrated children’s books and gifts to help children on their journey to becoming happy, engaged members of the global community. The company’s puzzles, games, puppets, singalong songs, and story CDs help promote interactive play, listening, and memory skills.

Barron’s Educational Series, Inc.

Booth: 1444

Co. description: Barron’s is world-renowned as a leader in test prep, study guides, foreign-language learning guides, children’s books, pet care guides, cookbooks, art instruction guides, hobby & craft books, business books and much more. Stop by the booth to see the latest titles, including More Tape It & Make It; The New Food Lover’s Companion; 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die; and many more.

At the booth: 50% discount on a minimum of 50 books, including 10 frontlist titles.

Baylor University Press

Booth: 645

Co. description: Established in 1897, Baylor University Press publishes 35 new books each year for scholars, students, and intellectually curious general readers. With a leading program in religious studies, Baylor also boasts strong works of social criticism, publishing in the areas of cultural studies, sociology, rhetoric, political science, history, popular culture, and literary criticism.

Beacon Press

Booth: 2742

Co. description: Beacon Press is a 159-year-old independent, nonprofit publisher of quality nonfiction and literature. Beacon is the official publisher of the estate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and is distributed by Random House Publisher Services. Featured titles include: Hunting Season by Mirta Ojito, Public Enemy by Bill Ayers, Playing House by Lauren Slater, and A Time to Break Silence: The Essential Works of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for Students.

Beaver Books Publishing

Booth: 1167

Co. description: Since 2004, Beaver Books has designed and produced original educational products for children that combine quality and fun. Its mission is creating books and resources that keep children engaged as they learn.

Bella and Harry, LLC

Booth: C774

Co. description: A newcomer to the children’s publishing industry, Bella and Harry is a new company that strives to be successful in the genre its refers to as “children’s educational fiction.” Its Adventures of Bella & Harry series is intended to be an informative, interactive and exciting way to introduce children to travel, different countries, customs, history and landmarks.

Bellevue Literary Press

Booth: 1105B

Co. description: Bellevue Literary Press publishes literary fiction and nonfiction at the intersection of the arts and sciences. Featured 2013 titles include novels by Michèle Forbes, Pascale Kramer, Magdaléna Platzová, and Melissa Pritchard; short fiction by Norman Lock; a memoir by Edward Reicher; Then They Started Shooting: Children of the Bosnian War and the Adults They Become by Lynne Jones, and Leonardo’s Foot: How 10 Toes, 52 Bones, and 66 Muscles Shaped the Human World by Carol Ann Rinzler.

At the booth: Then They Started Shooting: Children of the Bosnian War and the Adults They Become by Lynne Jones; Palmerino, a novel by Melissa Pritchard; Aaron’s Leap, a novel by Magdaléna Platzová.

BenBella Books

Booth: 1211

Co. description: BenBella Books publishes a range of nonfiction (and the very occasional fiction title) and favors quality nonfiction aimed at a niche market. BenBella is strong in health and nutrition and business and also publishes the successful Smart Pop series.

Berrett-Koehler Publishers

Booth: RC84

Co. description: Berrett-Koehler is an independent and progressive publisher dedicated to an ambitious mission: “creating a world that works for all.” It publishes in the areas of business, management, leadership, careers, personal growth, and current affairs.


Booth: 1102A

Co. description: Biblioasis is a literary press based in Windsor, Ont., committed to publishing the best poetry, fiction and nonfiction in beautifully crafted editions.

At the booth: In-booth signing with poet David Starkey (Circus Maximus, 10 a.m., Sat.).

Bilingual Books, Inc.

Booth: 1329B

Co. description: A worldwide leader in the creation of foreign-language learning products since 1981.

Black Dog & Leventhal

Booth: 839

Co. description: Black Dog & Leventhal publishes illustrated titles in art and architecture, cooking, health, history, humor, performing arts, reference, science, sports/games, and children’s.


Booth: 1556

Co. description: Bloomsbury is a leading independent publishing house established in 1986. It has companies in London, New York, Sydney, and New Delhi. Its four divisions include Bloomsbury Academic and Professional, Bloomsbury Information, Bloomsbury Adult Publishing and Bloomsbury Children’s Publishing.

Blue Apple Books

Booth: 2738

Co. description: Blue Apple Books, founded in 2003 by Harriet Ziefert, is an independent publisher dedicated to producing high-quality, age-appropriate children’s books in innovative formats.


Booth: 1142

Co. description: Independent publishing house specializing in illustrated books dealing with a range of topics and editorial lines such as photography, gastronomy, and history.

Bologna Children’s Book Fair

Booth: 802

Co. description: The “rights place” for children’s content, Bologna is the leading children’s publishing event, featuring books and new media. Next show: Mar. 24–27, 2014.

Bookazine Co. Inc.

Booth: 2238

Co. description: Independently owned, full-service wholesaler of books, magazines, and remainders.


Booth: 1112

Co. description: Bookforum provides in-depth articles, illuminating author interviews and definitive reviews from the most prominent writers of today.


Booth: 1053

Co. description: The Global BookFreight Network collectively has over a century of experience in global supply chain management.

At the booth: 10% off any shipment booked at BEA.


Booth: 1043

Co. description: Booklist magazine offers print and media content from the ALA experts. Annual subscriptions include 26 print issues (Booklist and Book Links) and 24/7 password-access to Booklist Online, offering 8,000+ new reviews, top 10 lists, editor-selected read-alikes, search functionality, and more.


Booth: 3039

Co. description For more than 40 years, Bookmasters has offered services to publishers and authors such as printing, print-book warehousing and distribution, e-book conversion and distribution, editorial and design, and marketing.


Booth: 826

Co. description: Monthly book review that offers bookstore reviews and author interviews. Special IndieBound edition available for members.


Booth: 1249

Co. description: BookWorks: The Self-Publishers Association is a community dedicated to helping its members learn how to prepare, publish and promote their books, share what they learn and help each other.


Booth: DZ2156

Co. description: Bowker is the leading provider of bibliographic information management solutions to publishers, booksellers, and libraries.

Bradley’s Books

Booth: R415

Co. description: Bradley’s Book Clearance is a bargain-book wholesaler dealing in current hardcovers, paperbacks, journals, and bookmarks and assorted publisher skids.

Bridge Publications Inc.

Booth: 1713

Co. description: Publisher of the nonfiction works written by L. Ron Hubbard.

At the booth: Free shipping on any show orders.

Brilliance Audio

Booth: DZ1857

Co. description: Specializing in unabridged spoken-word audio.

At the booth: +5% and free freight to a single location on any orders received at Brilliance Audio between May 27 and June 21.

Brooklyn Book Festival

Booth: 2762

BrownTrout Publishers, Inc.

Booth: C1183

Co. description: BrownTrout Publishers is an independent publishing company started in San Francisco and now headquartered in Los Angeles County. The company was founded in 1986 and has since grown to become a leader in photographic and fine art calendars in a variety of formats, including wall, engagement, and desk calendars.

Baker & Taylor Publishing Group

Booth: 2020

Co. description: Baker & Taylor Publishing Group has been publishing books for more than 20 years. It publishes under three imprints: Silver Dolphin Books, Thunder Bay Press, and Portable Press. A Spanish-language division publishes under four imprints: Silver Dolphin en Español, Degustis, Numen, and Animae.

C & T Publishing

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Established in 1983, C&T Publishing produces how-to books and related products for quiltmaking, sewing, fiber arts, and mixed media.

Cameron + Company

Booth: 1223A

Co. description: Founded in 1964 by Robert Cameron, Cameron + Company is a boutique publishing house, creating quality books with a focus on photography, art, food and wine, children’s books, and publications of regional interest.

Candlewick Press

Booth: C1575

Co. description: Candlewick Press, based in Somerville, Mass., publishes books for children of all ages.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Stephan Pastis, Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made (Sat., 10 a.m.). A minimum of 25 backlist units per ship-to location earns 50% discount, free freight, 90 days dating.

Capstone Young Readers

Booth: C975

Co. description: Capstone Young Readers is a collection of board books, readers, chapter books, graphic novels, drawing, how-to, and nonfiction titles that bring family, history, and community to life for learners from toddler to young adult.

Cardinal Publishers Group

Booth: 824

Co. description: Cardinal Publishers Group is a national book distributor providing independent book publishers with sales representation, warehousing, customer service, fulfillment, billing/collection, and title file management. It specializes in a variety of adult nonfiction categories, including sports, health, business, education, outdoors, and recreation.

Career Press Inc.

Booth: RC95

Co. description: Career Press was founded in 1985 as a niche publisher of targeted career directories. Today, Career Press and its imprint, New Page Books, boast a backlist of nearly 1,000 titles.

Carlton Publishing Group

Booth: 852

Co. description: Carlton Publishing Group is an independent publisher of illustrated reference, sport, entertainment and children’s books, publishing under six imprints: Carlton, Goodman, Goodman Fiell, André Deutsch, Prion and Carlton Kids.

Carolrhoda Books/Carolrhoda Lab

Booth: 2456

Co. description: Carolrhoda Books, a division of Lerner Publishing Group, offers award-winning picture books, intermediate, and young adult fiction, and nonfiction titles for children grades K–12.

At the booth: 50% off and free freight on 10 or more backlist titles.

Carson-Dellosa Publishing

Booth: C1075

Co. description: Carson-Dellosa Publishing is an educational solutions provider for both educators and parents. It designs, develops, and provides parents and educators with educational workbooks, test preparation materials, specialty book-plus products, flashcards, leveled readers, storybooks, and foreign-language products.

Carthusia Edizioni

Booth: 802

Co. description: Carthusia Edizioni is a publishing house that, since 1987, has been planning and publishing educational books for children and teenagers.

Cartoonists Across America

Booth: 2464

Co. description: Phil Yeh will display many of his comics, kids’ books, and fine art books.

At the booth: A portable mural promoting reading will be given away.

Casemate Publishers & Book Distributors

Booth: 726

Co. description: Casemate specializes in books on military history and matters related to modern warfare, with offices in both the U.S. and the U.K. Casemate is also the leading distributor of military history titles for well over 50 fellow publishers, including Pen and Sword (U.K.), Grub Street Publishing (U.K.), and Savas Beatie (U.S.). Through its Athena line, Casemate distributes specialty titles on subjects including art and cookery from Paul Holberton Publishing (U.K.), Grub Street Cookery, and many more.

Cassidy Books

Booth: C1083

Co. description: A small independent publishing company creating kids’ activity books and toys.

Junta De Castilla Y León

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Castilla y Leon in Spain is the second-largest region in the European Union. The regional government provides services to every company, including editorial companies that are already exporting or wanting to do so, or those who want to collaborate with any agent in the editorial world.

Cato Institute

Booth: 1125

Co. description: The Cato Institute is a nonpartisan public policy research organization that publishes cutting-edge books and periodicals that contribute to the current debate in such areas as globalization, political science, economics, law and foreign affairs.

The Cat’s Pajamas LLC

Booth: 2557

Co. description: The Cat’s Pajamas software addresses issues specific to the book publishing industry: invoicing and returns, A/R, inventory, sales commissions and royalties. It provides up-to-the-minute data about customers, books, backorders, order activity, and shipment history. Its system has a proven track record of increasing productivity and efficiency, reducing the cost of fulfillment, enhancing customer service, and promoting increased sales through meaningful data.

Caxton Publishing Group Ltd

Booth: R538

Co. description: Caxton Publishing offer a wide variety of titles, holding stock of 2,500+ titles, ranging from paperbacks, children’s, fiction, gardening, lifestyle and adult fiction.

Cedar Fort Inc.

Booth: 2556

Co. description: Cedar Fort is an independent publisher offering a wide variety of titles in such categories as cooking, gardening, fiction, business, self-help, YA, children’s, and religion.

Central Recovery Press

Booth: 1109B

Co. description: CRP is a progressive publishing company shedding light on an age-old problem—addiction. It offers a diverse selection of titles focused on recovery, addiction treatment, and behavioral health care topics.

At the booth: +3% for returnable and nonreturnable retailers.

Cham Books

Booth: 379

Co. description: Established in March 2012 in the U.S., Cham publishes the English translations of teacher Woo Myung’s books that were originally written in the author’s native Korean.

Charisma Media

Booth: 1944

Co. description: Charisma Media publishes books intended to inspire change.

Charlesbridge Publishing

Booth: 828

Co. description: Charlesbridge is an independent publisher of children’s books that promote reading and discovery in the classroom, home, and library.

At the booth: ARCS for Prisoner 88 by Leah Pileggi; Alphabet Trucks by Samantha R. Vamos; Frosty the Snowman by Kenny Loggins. Order 25+ assorted books for extra 5%, free freight, and net 90 days.


Booth: RC49

Co. description: Chegg, a “ student hub,” connects to the people and tools needed to succeed throughout high school and college careers. The company offers an array of required and nonrequired scholastic materials, including millions of textbooks in any format.

Chicago Review Press

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Chicago Review Press is an independent publisher that gives voice to new ideass. It publishes about 60 new titles yearly under four imprints: Chicago Review Press, Lawrence Hill Books, Ball Publishing, and Zephyr Press. Distributed to the trade by Independent Publishers Group.

Child’s Play

Booth: C1280

Co. description: Child’s Play produces active and interactive books, games, toys, and audio-visual materials that promote learning through play.

At the booth: Free shipping on orders placed at the show.


Booth: 1043

Co. description: Choice is a publishing unit of the Association of College & Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.

Chouette Publishing

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Chouette publishes high-quality books for preschoolers, with Caillou as a main character.

At the booth: 50% discount on 25 or more backlist titles.

Chronicle Books

Booth: 739

Co. description: Chronicle Books was founded in 1967 and over the years has developed a reputation for its illustrated books and gift products.

At the booth: Friday at 11 a.m., award-winning actress and New York Times bestselling author Julianne Moore will be promoting her new book My Mom Is a Foreigner, But Not to Me. Specials: extra 2% discount on orders of 50+ backlist titles. Orders apply per retail location, excludes Moleskine products.

Cider Mill Press

Booth: 2647

Co. description: Cider Mill Press is an independent publisher that creates innovative gift books. Along with its children’s imprint, Applesauce Press, Cider Mill has produced several bestselling titles, including The Godfather Classic Quotes, Pat the Husband, and The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook.

Cinco Puntos Press

Booth: 1104B

Co. description: Publishing from El Paso, Tex., Cinco Puntos is the publisher of the 2013 Pen/Faulkner award winner, Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club by Benjamin Alire Saenz.


Booth: R511

Co. description: CIROBE, the sponsor of the Remainder Pavilion at BEA 2013, is the world’s largest trade show exclusively devoted to bargain books. Publishers and booksellers from around the world attend to buy and sell overstock books. This annual trade show takes place every fall in Chicago. CIROBE 2013 will be Oct. 29–Nov. 1, 2013, at the Hilton in Chicago.

City Lights Publishers

Booth: 1103B

Co. description: City Lights publishes fiction, poetry, cultural criticism, politics, and history. Forthcoming titles include: Yokohama Threeway by Beth Lisick; Culture of Cruelty by Tim Wise; Border Patrol Nation by Todd Miller; Ghost Tantras by Michael McClure; Forest of a Thousand Daemons by Daniel Orowole Fagunwa, with introduction by Wole Soyinka; Army of Lovers by Juliana Spahr and David Buuck; and Here Come the Warm Jets by Alli Warren.

At the booth: +3% discount for returnable and nonreturnable retailers

Clavis Publishing

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Clavis publishes a wide range of quality children’s books: books for toddlers, middle-grade, and and young adults.

At the booth: 25+ assorted backlist earns 50% discount.

Cleis Press & Viva Editions

Booth: 1231A

Co. description: Cleis Press publishes 40 books each year, offering works of sexual politics, LGBT studies, memoirs, fiction, erotica, and sex guides. Under Viva Editions, it published personal-growth books, inspirational gift books, reference and language, parenting, lifestyle, cookbooks, and women’s studies titles.

C-M Books

Booth: 2462

Co. description: C-M Books (Cushing-Malloy Inc.) is a leader in the world of book manufacturing. For more than 60 years it has specialized in short- and medium-run offset printing. Now offering e-book and digital printing.

Coach House Books

Booth: 1106B

Co. description: Established in 1965, Coach House Books publishes literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction printed on an old Heidelberg press in an old coach house on a laneway named after a poet (bpNichol) in downtown Toronto.

Coffee House Press

Booth: 1102B

Co. description: An award-winning, independent literary publisher. Featuring poet Dan Beachy-Quick’s debut novel, An Impenetrable Screen of Purest Sky, midwestern gothic in Christopher Merkner’s The Rise and Fall of the Scandamerican Domestic, a flaneur’s essays from Andy Sturdevant, M. Evelina Galang’s YA debut, and the latest from Karen Tei Yamashita. Sneak peeks of Valeria Luiselli’s highly anticipated U.S. debut novel and essays, Faces in the Crowd.

At the booth: +3% for returnable and nonreturnable retailers.

Columbia University Press

Booth: 1749

Co. description: Columbia University Press is a publisher of trade, scholarly, and reference books, as well as e-books and on-line publications.

Combined Book Exhibit

Booth: 1247

Co. description: Organizer of book, periodical, and multimedia exhibits in the U.S. for library, education, and trade conferences since 1933. Co-organizer of the American Collective Stands at Frankfurt, London, Bologna, Beijing, Taipei, and Sharjah Book Fairs. Co-organizer of the New Title Showcase at BEA and London Book Fair.

Consortium Book Sales & Distribution

Booth: 1102

Co. description: Consortium distributes high-quality books to the trade: fiction, nonfiction, pop culture, progressive politics, children’s, poetry, art and gay/lesbian titles. As distributor for over 100 international independent publishers, Consortium represents winners of the Pulitzers, Nobels, National Book Awards

At the booth: +3% discount and free freight for retail accounts. Good for one order per ship-to.

Copyright Clearance Center

Booth: DZ2165

Co. description: Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) is a licensing broker between rights holders and content users, providing businesses and academic institutions with convenient and cost effective ways to get permission to use copyright-protected materials while compensating authors, publishers and other content creators for the use of their works.


Booth: 1335

Co. description: Counterpoint publishes fiction, literature, and poetry in addition to nonfiction, including history, memoir, biography, and nature. Soft Skull publishes contemporary fiction, as well as graphic novels, and nonfiction, including current affairs, counterculture, and politics. Sierra Club Books publishes books on environmental topics.

Countryman Press

Booth: 1920

Co. description: The Countryman Press publishes books on cooking, travel, outdoor recreation, and more. A division of W.W. Norton, Countryman runs the book programs for EatingWell magazine and King Arthur Flour.

Courier New Media

Booth: DZ1871B

Co. description: Courier manages a variety of intellectual content for publishers at every stage of the product life cycle, from concept development and customization to execution of multi-print strategies, warehousing, distribution, and inventory management.


Booth: DZ1757

Co. description: CreateSpace, an Amazon company, is a provider of independent publishing tools that empower authors to produce, publish and distribute their printed work.

The Creative Company

Booth: 748

Co. description: Through three generations of family ownership, Creative Company remains a small publisher committed to crafting inspired picture books and strong core material nonfiction for schools and libraries.

At the booth: 50% discount on assorted backlist units (across participating imprints).

Creative Teaching Press

Booth: C775

Co. description: Creative Teaching Press is a publisher of supplementary educational resources for grades pre-K–8.

Crossway Books & ESV Bibles

Booth: 1728

Co. description: Crossway Books & Bibles continues in the tradition of publishing Christian books, including academic and ministry titles, quality children’s books, illustrated gift books, and fiction. Crossway is also the originator and publisher of the English Standard Version, a bestselling translation of the Bible.

Crystal Clarity Publishers

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Crystal Clarity Publishers is inspired by the Indian teacher Paramhansa Yogananda and Crystal Clarity founder Swami Kriyananda. It publishes the original first edition of Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi— along with Kriyananda’s latest work, Paramhansa Yogananda.

Cypress House

Booth: RC75

Co. description: Cypress House is a family-owned independent publishing company that also packages, markets, and promotes selected titles for other independent presses, authors, and nonprofit organizations. Cypress House imprints include QED Press and Lost Coast Press.

Daedalus Books

Booth: R606

Co. description: Daedalus carries a selection of remainders, carefully chosen by title for quality and value. Specialties include children’s books, history, visual arts, fiction, crafts, popular science, and cookbooks.

DAP/Distributed Art Publishers

Booth: 1115

Co. description: Established in 1990 with just four client publishers, D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers now distributes over 4,000 titles from more than 300 international publishers, museums, alternative spaces, and institutions.

Dark Horse Comics Inc

Booth: 1002A

Co. description: Dark Horse Comics will be exhibiting both U.S. and international graphic novels in the genres of crime/mystery, true crime, science fiction, action/adventure, fantasy, horror, humor, and general fiction.

David R. Godine, Publisher

Booth: 632

Co. description: Godine is an independent publisher that offers fiction, nonfiction, and children’s literature, as well as books on art, gardening, photography, essays, nature, typography, and biography.

At the booth: 50% discount on orders of 20 copies or more of in-stock backlist titles, plus free shipping.

DeAgostini Publishing USA, Inc.

Booth: 1611

Co. description: DeAgostini, founded in 1901, is a family-owned private group active in four business areas: publishing, media, games and services, and finance. DeAgostini is one of the world’s largest illustrated publishers, with a broad presence in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

The Devil Inside the Beltway

Booth: 2534

Co. description: A nonfiction cyberthriller, The Devil Inside the Beltway is a modern day David and Goliath story of a medical laboratory taking on big government.

Diamond Book Distributors

Booth: 1003

Co. description: In 2002, Diamond Comic Distributors—the world’s largest distributor of English-language comic books—spun off its book trade efforts into a new division: Diamond Book Distributors (DBD). DBD is dedicated to serving the needs of the book trade, with a team of seasoned professionals in sales and marketing, as well as the Diamond Comic Distributors reputation and infrastructure in selling graphic novels and related pop-culture merchandise.

Disney Publishing Worldwide

Booth: 3020


Booth: 1629

Co. description: DK is the award-winning publisher known for its high-quality designed content. DK also publishes the Eyewitness series for children and Eyewitness Travel Guides. BradyGames, Alpha Books, and Rough Guides are also available from DK, a division of Penguin Group.

At the booth Galleys: The Conquest of the Ocean: An Illustrated History of Seafaring by Brian Lavery. In-booth events: DK Eyewitness Travel relaunch and 20th anniversary champagne toast (Friday, 4 p.m.); Power Reader exclusive raffle (Saturday all day); winner to receive LEGO® Play Book box and complete library of DK’s fall list. DK tote bags (11 a.m.–noon each day while supplies last).

Downtown Bookworks

Booth: 2646

Co. description: Downtown Bookworks publishes children’s books for toddlers through tweens with an emphasis on unique packages, quality design, learning value, and interactivity. Its bestselling series include DC Super Heroes board books; Science with Stuff; and Into the Field Guides. Crafty Pants recycled craft kits each include 50+ simple projects.

At the booth: 55% all Science with Stuff order; free Favorite Shoes postcards.

Dreamscape Media, LLC

Booth: 712

Co. description: Dreamscape publishes unabridged audiobooks and iconographic children’s video titles to the trade, with specific interest to the pubic library patron. Celebrating its first Audie Award this year for I Am an Executioner: Love Stories.

Dreamspinner Press

Booth: 715

Co. description: Publisher of quality romance novels, novellas, short stories, and anthologies.

Duke University Press

Booth: 1753

Co. description: Publishes books and journals in the humanities and social sciences. Featured titles: Joseph Dumit’s Drugs for Life; Melissa S. Fisher’s Wall Street Women; Natalie Hopkinson’s Go-Go Live; John Kenneth Knaus’s Beyond Shangri-La

Easy Daysies Ltd.

Booth: S544

Co. description: 2013 Teachers’ Choice Award and 2012 Educational Product of the Year, Easy Daysies® Magnetic Daily Schedules show kids the “shape of the day.” This mom/teacher–created product, made with 70% recycled materials, helps children become more cooperative and independent. Limited

Booth: 1051

Co. description: Limited is a global provider of digital books, with partnerships with the world’s leading trade, professional, and scholarly publishers, distributing its collection of 600,000+ titles.


Booth: 638

Co. description: EBooks2go makes online publishing easy and affordable for authors and publishers.

EBSCO Publishing

Booth: RC59

Co. description: EBSCO is a provider of e-books for libraries, offering an extensive collection of high-quality titles.

Echo Point Books & Media, LLC

Booth: S536

Co. description: Discounts on slightly dinged returns, overstock, and remainders from top-quality publishers.

At the booth: For all new customer orders at BEA over $500, there will be 50% off the shippnig costs (within U.S.).

ECW Press

Booth: 2527

Co. description: ECW presents an exciting variety of new titles, including new YA fiction, an extensive sports list featuring hockey and baseball books, new additions to popular mystery series, and pop culture books.

At the booth: 25 or more backlist gets 50% discount.

EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller

Booth: 2569

Co. description: Boasting a combined backlist of more than 1,800 Usborne and Kane Miller children’s educational books and activity kits

At the booth: 54% discount on order of 100 books and free freight.

Edwards Brothers Malloy Inc.

Booth: 2353

Co. description: Specialists in short-run manufacturing, Edwards Brothers Malloy has one of the largest digital print operations in the industry, with nine locations in North America and the U.K. For longer runs, the company offer the largest fleet of Timsons web presses in the U.S. as well as numerous sheetfed presses. Also offering distribution services for smaller publishers as well as global printing and distribution through its Global Print Solutions partnership.

Eerdmans Books for Young Readers

Booth: C1379

Co. description: Eerdmans BYR publishes everything from board books for babies to picture books, nonfiction, and novels for children and young adults.

At the booth: All orders placed will receive a 50% dicount and free freight. Visit the booth to enter a drawing to win a 2013 EBYR book and various other giveaways.

El Nadir Tres

Booth: 1142

Co. description: El Nadir Tres publishes first Spanish translations of great inter-war European authors, women’s literature, first works of science fiction, gothic and mystery black novels and Latin writers.

Ellie Claire/Worthy Publishing

Booth: 2438

Co. description: Worthy Publishing is a privately held Christian publisher based in Nashville, Tenn. Focused on a limited list of books each season, Worthy publishes in a variety of categories, including fiction, spiritual growth, current events, biblical studies, biography, devotionals, and Bibles.

Ellora’s Cave Publishing

Booth: 2126

Co. description: Ellora’s Cave Publishing, the premiere publisher of Romantica erotic romance in both e-book and print for women and men.


Booth: 1647

Co. description: Elsevier Science and Technology Books serves more than 30 million scientists, researchers, students, and health and information professionals worldwide. Elsevier provides electronic content to all major platforms, including e-book collections in multiple disciplines on SciVerse ScienceDirect.

Enslow Publishers, Inc.

Booth: 2361

Co. description: Enslow Publishers, Inc. creates high-quality books and e-books for children and young adults for school and public libraries. Blue Wave Classroom provides educators with softcover books that meet the needs of school classrooms. Its newest imprint, Speeding Star, publishes books for boys with the mission to “keep boys reading.”

At the booth: Raffle for a free iPad mini.

Entrepreneur Press

Booth: 1331A

Co. description: Entrepreneur Press, a division of Entrepreneur magazine, provides authors with fresh opportunities and innovative ways to push publishing, business, and entrepreneurship forward. The company partners with authors to leverage their books, grow their brands, build their businesses and become recognized experts in their fields.


Booth: 677

Co. description: Excelovate is a full-service Canadian publishing house committed to creating self-help publications and coaching materials.

The Experiment

Booth: 839

Co. description: At an independent publisher, launched in 2009, focusing on a wide range of nonfiction, including food and cooking, health and fitness, psychology and personal development, parenting, relationships, sexuality, personal finance, popular science and nature and biography.


Booth: 1947

Co. description: F+W Media offers quality content in a wide variety of formats— from print to digital to video. The company’s goal is to offer community, content and connectivity.

FaithWords, Center Street & Jericho Books

Booth: 1829

Co. description: FaithWords publishes a variety of Christian nonfiction and fiction books, including books from bestselling authors Joyce Meyer and Joel Osteen. Center Street publishes fiction for the general market and nonfiction in categories such as leadership, sports, health and fitness, memoir, and current events. Jericho Books publishes innovative authors who reflect a growing change in the Church.

Fanshaw Books

Booth: R506

Co. description: A wide variety of U.K. remainders, with specialties in history, biography, and art.

Farrar, Straus & Giroux

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Publisher of literary fiction and nonfiction, poetry, popular science, and graphic books.

At the booth: In-booth : Alice McDermott, Someone (Thur., (9:30 a.m.); Jack Gantos, Dead End in Norvelt (Thurs., 10:30 a.m.).

Federal Street Press

Booth: C1681

Co. description: Federal Street Press, a division of Merriam-Webster, offers the best dictionaries at affordable prices. Titles include Encylopædia Britannica. New for 2013: Webster’s All-In-One Dictionary & Thesaurus, Second Edition and Webster’s New Explorer Large Print Dictionary, Third Edition.

Firefly Books Ltd.

Booth: 1027

Co. description: Exhibiting new fall 2013 titles from Annick Press, Firefly Books, and Robert Rose, Inc.

At the booth: 50% discount off all backlist titles to trade accounts on orders placed at BEA.

Fireside Catholic Publishing

Booth: 2746

Co. description: Fireside Catholic Bibles publishes a complete line of New American Bible Catholic Bibles, from a laminated paperback edition to deluxe bonded leather hand-sized and family-sized gift editions. All Fireside Bibles are backed by an unlimited lifetime guarantee. Fireside offers customized gold-stamping and a variety of other services to support book retailers.

Flame Tree Publishing

Booth: 685

Co. description: Flame Tree Publishing is an independent U.K. publisher that produces high-quality books and calendars for the international market. Key subjects include art, music, popular culture, general reference, and cooking. Calendar titles include fine art licenses with the Tate, Royal Academy of Arts, and National Portrait Gallery.

Fordham University Press

Booth: 1752

Co. description: Fordham Press publishes primarily in the humanities and social sciences, and has a strong reputation for its studies in anthropology, classics, communications, the fine arts, history, literary studies, philosophy, political theory, religion, sociology, sociobiology, and theology, with a particular emphasis on interdisciplinary work. The Press also publishes the Empire State Editions imprint, with books focusing on the New York region.

Foreword Reviews

Booth: 627

Co. description: ForeWord Reviews promotes conversations about great books, with thought-provoking reviews highlighting the latest literary achievements by lesser-known voices. It also offer services for authors and publishers, including representation at international book fairs, reviews, advertising, and subscriptions to its quarterly magazine.

Forge Books

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Forge in an imprint under Tom Doherty Associates at Macmillan.


Booth: 1030

Co. description: Publisher and distributor of art and photographic books, postcard books, boxed notes and postcards, holiday cards, calendars, blank books, bookmarks, puzzles, coloring books, t-shirts, posters, and unusual art gifts. Imprints: Actar, Artifice, Artkeeping, Artpost, Artspeak, Birkhauser, Bizarr, Daab, Kitchen Sink Press, 3DLMKartenvertrieb, Libellum, Madd Dog, Phila. Museum of Art, Point It, Polite, Presco, Printed Matter, RMN (Natl Museums of France), Springer, Stella Marrs, and Trolley Books.

Fox Chapel Publishing

Booth: 1268

Co. description: Fox Chapel Publishing crafts information for a hands-on world, publishing 80+ titles annually for enthusiasts in the woodworking, craft, home and garden, and outdoor categories. Its imprint, Design Originals, crafts content from jewelry to needlework, clay, mixed media, paper crafts, and more.

Frankfurt Book Fair

Booth: 1664

Co. description: The Frankfurt Book Fair is the biggest book and media fair worldwide—about 7,400 exhibitors from 106 countries, 280,000 visitors, and over 10,000 journalists came last fall. It also organizes German Collective Stands at international book fairs. The Frankfurt Book Fair is a subsidiary of the German Publishers & Booksellers Association. It operates information offices in New York, New Delhi, Moscow and Beijing. The FBF 2013 will take place October 9–13.

Free Spirit Publishing

Booth: C1281

Co. description: For 30 years, Free Spirit’s learning tools have supported young people’s social-emotional health and educational needs, helping children and teens think for themselves and succeed in in the world. Topics include bullying prevention, character education, early childhood and special needs.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Otis Kriegel, Everything a New Elementary School Teacher REALLY Needs to Know (But Didn’t Learn in College) (Sat., 11:30 a.m.); Erin Frankel and Paula Heaphy, author and illustrator of the Weird series (Sat., 12:30 p.m.).

Friesens Corp

Booth: 2468

Co. description: A book manufacturer, Friesens provides complete book manufacturing services in its 250,000-sq.-ft. production facilities.


Booth: R302

Co. description: GABBS Atlanta is now at the AmericasMart in downtown Atlanta, and will be held in March next year. AmericasMart is the home of the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and is the leading international source for consumer goods and should be an excellent venue for book publishers to share.

Galaxy Press

Booth: 1709

Co. description: Publisher of the Stories from the Golden Age, a line of 80 books and award-winning multicast audiobooks, featuring stories written by international bestselling author L. Ron Hubbard. Also: the Writers of the Future series features an sf&f annual anthology introducing 12 new authors with a fresh take on the genre, now in its 29th year.


Booth: 739

Co. description: Galison/Mudpuppy creates well-designed products that bring art to daily life—stationery, gifts, toys, and puzzles.

Gardners Books

Booth: 1512

Co. description: Gardners Books is Britain’s leading independent book and DVD wholesaler, offering the largest stock catalogue of British Books in the U.K. with over 500,000 book titles, 460,000+ e-books, 90,000+ DVDs, Blu-ray discs ,and music CDs.

Gefen Publishing House

Booth: 960

Co. description: Gefen Publishing House publishes more than 30 original books in Israel each year. Subjects are diverse and include a wide variety of themes, among them biblical commentary, Israeli historical novels, Holocaust memoirs, multi-language dictionaries, Haggadot, and award-winning children’s books.

The Gernert Company

Booth: RC48

Getty Publications

Booth: 927

Co. description: Getty Publications publishes books on photography, paintings and drawings, sculpture, the decorative arts, manuscripts, classical antiquities, conservation of cultural heritage, art education, art history, architecture, architectural theory and the management of art information. Also publishes related children’s books.

Gingko Press Inc

Booth: R601

Co. description: Publisher and distributor of books on art, design, architecture, photography, comics, pop and underground culture, and Marshall McLuhan. Recent bestsellers include 101 Essential Rock Records, Banksy You are An Acceptable Level of Threat, and Flip the Script—A Guidebook for Aspiring Vandals & Typographers.

Global Printing, Sourcing & Development

Booth: 1220

Co. description: Global PSD is a single source for an entire line of products—CDs, DVDs, book-plus inserts and more. Its sister company, Channel Photographics, is a boutique fine art book publisher, specializing in coffee table and children’s books.

Globe Pequot Press

Booth: 1514

Co. description: Globe Pequot Press is a publisher and distributor specializing in cooking, history, popular culture, sports, regional interest, and travel. FalconGuides publishes outdoor recreation guidebooks. Globe Pequot is the North American distributor for two sister companies—Footprint Travel Guides and PopOut! Products, and distributes numerous travel and specialty publishers, including Appalachian Mountain Club, Bradt Travel Guides, Jonglez Publishing, The Milepost, Western Horseman, and Good Sam Enterprises.

At the booth: 3% Off or free freight.

Good Books

Booth: 766

Co. description: Specializes in quality cookbooks, including the New York Times bestselling Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook series and The Mayo Clinic Diet, as well as books on family, quilting and decorative arts, biography, fiction and poetry.

Gooseberry Patch

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Gooseberry Patch has published over 200 titles and sold nearly nine million books since 1992. Distinctive crowd-sourced cookbooks with recipes, tips, traditions, crafts, and simple how-tos have attracted loyal collectors.

Gotham Writers’ Workshop

Booth: 964

Co. description: Gotham is a leading creative writing school offering classes in New York City and on the Internet. Professional writers on the school’s faculty teach comprehensive classes in more than a dozen forms of writing.

Graciously Beginning LLC

Booth: 494

Co. description: Graciously Beginning is an independent publisher looking to market a variety of books and other author-related services.

At the booth: 40% off The Three with minimum purchase of 10.

Grand Central Publishing

Booth: 1829

Co. description: A division of Hachette.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Scott Turow, Identity (Thurs., 3 p.m.); David Baldacci, The Hit (finished book signing, Thurs., 10 a.m.); Jeffery Deaver, The Kill Room (Sat., 10 a.m.).

Graphic Universe

Booth: 2456

Co. description: Graphic Universe, a division of Lerner Publishing Group, offers nonfiction and fiction featuring graphic novel artwork and storylines created by experienced artists. Grades K-8.

At the booth: 50% off and free freight on 10 or more backlist titles.

Graywolf Press

Booth: 1563

Co. description: Graywolf Press is an independent, not-for-profit publisher dedicated to the creation and promotion of thoughtful and imaginative contemporary literature essential to a vital and diverse culture. Graywolf publishes 30 books per year, with a focus on literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Ru Freeman, On Sal Mal Lane (Thurs., 2 p.m.)

Great Jones Books

Booth: R613

Co. description: Quality remainders and publisher returns in excellent condition. Over 3,000 discounted titles in literature, history, art, architecture, philosophy, social sciences, and much more. A wide selection of general-interest trade books and children’s books also.

Greece—Hellenic Federation of Publishers and Booksellers

Booth: 1565

Co. description: The official voice of Greek publishers and booksellers since 1961, the Hellenic Federation represents the book sector both in Greece, regarding any important matter related to the publishing industry, and abroad, by participating in many international book fairs during the last 30 years.

Greystone Books

Booth: 1333B

Co. description: Under the guidance of Rob Sanders, Greystone Books has become a leading publisher of nonfiction books in nature, science, the environment, sustainability and ethical issues, outdoor and recreational pursuits.

Groundwood Books/House of Anansi Press

Booth: 1332

Co. description: Groundwood Books publishes children’s fiction and nonfiction in English and Spanish. House of Anansi Press publishes fiction, nonfiction and poetry by acclaimed authors from around the world, with a focus on Canadian authors. Distributed by PGW/Perseus Books Group.

Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

Booth: 1321

Co. description: Independent publisher of literary fiction and nonfiction. Featured titles include: It’s Not Love, It’s Just Paris by Patricia Engel: Still Writing by Dani Shapiro; The Woman Who Lost Her Soul by Bob Shacochis; The Blood of Heaven by Kent Wascom; O What a Luxury by Garrison Keillor; The Dying Hours by Mark Billingham; The Hired Man by Aminatta Forna; Just What Kind of Mother Are You? by Paula Daly; Raw by Mark Haskell Smith.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Dani Shapiro, Still Writing (Thurs., 11:30 a.m.); Patricia Engel, It’s Not Love, It’s Just Paris (Thurs., 2:30 p.m.); Bob Shacochis, The Woman Who Lost Her Soul (Friday, 11:30 a.m.); Kent Wascom, The Blood of Heaven (Friday, 11:30 a.m.); Michael Daley, Topsy: The Startling Story of the Crooked Tailed Elephant, P.T. Barnum, and the American Wizard, Thomas Edison (Friday, 2 p.m.).

Grupo Anaya

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Grupo Anaya is a leading Spanish Publisher with over 25 years experience, specializing in materials for learning Spanish as a foreign language, including textbooks, dictionaries, complementary materials, readers, literature, children’s books, and more.

Grupo Hispano

Booth: 2020

Co. description: Distributes books through all channels— catalogues, clubs, bookstores, cafeterias, grocery chains, stationary stores, department stores, convenience stores, etc., in Mexico, Central America, South American and the Caribbean. Also exports to the U.S. Hispanic market. Its four imprints include Silver Dolphin en Español (children’s titles), Numen (adult reference and design), Degustis (cookbooks), Animae Books (self-help).

Grupo SM

Booth: 1142

Co. description: SM is a Spanish publishing group in the field of textbooks and literature for children and adolescents.

Gryphon House Inc

Booth: RC47

Co. description: Gryphon House is an award-winning publisher of early childhood resources for teachers and parents.

Guilford Publications

Booth: 2442

Co. description:. Guilford publishes a full line of print and digital trade and professional books, videos, and journals, in psychology and the behavioral sciences, education, research methods and geography.

At the booth: 50% discount when five frontlist titles and 20 assorted backlist titles are ordered.

Guinness World Records

Booth: 1731

Co. description: Guinness World Records is the universally recognized authority on record-breaking achievement. First published in 1955, the annual Guinness World Records is published in more than 100 countries and 25 languages and is the highest-selling book under copyright of all time, with more than three million copies sold annually across the globe.

Hachette Audio

Booth: 1829

Co. description: Hachette Audio is publisher of a variety of popular genres in audio form, matching Hachette Book Group books with talented actors, composers and producers to find its fullest expression. Including Grammy Award–winning programs, these audiobooks are available on CD and as digital download. Upcoming work includes the audio edition of the new novel from J.K. Rowling, the first in Lemony Snicket’s new series, and comic listens from Stephen Colbert and major releases from James Patterson.

Hachette Book Group, USA

Booth: 3024

Co. description: Includes the following publishing groups: Grand Central; Little, Brown; Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; FaithWords; Center Street; Orbit; Yen Press; Hachette Audio; and Hachette Digital.

Hal Leonard Performing Arts Publishing Group

Booth: 1503

Co. description: A leading publisher of books on performing arts, including music, theater, film and television. Featured Fall 2013 titles include Eric Clapton: Day by Day; Brian May’s Red Special; Richard Wagner: The Lighter Side; Seinfeld FAQ; A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir. Also: books on Roger Waters, Soul Train, Pantera, Iron Maiden, SNL, the Grateful Dead, Sherlock Holmes, Elvis, Metallica, Fender Rhodes, Miles Davis, Bruce Lee, Armageddon and more.

Handstand Kids

Booth: C1588

Co. description: Travel the world one recipe at a time with Handstand Kids Cookbooks. Each cookbook kit introduces families to healthy eating and a new culture and is packaged with a cooking accessory: the Italian kit in a pizza box with a chef’s hat, the Mexican kit in a tortilla bag with an oven mitt, and the Chinese kit in a take-out box with chopsticks. The new Baking Around the World Cookbook comes in a baking box with a whisk and baking cups.

At the booth: 10% off show orders.

Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.

Booth: 1238

Co. description: Harlequin is a leading publisher of books for women, with titles issued worldwide in 34 languages and sold in 114 international markets. The company publishes more than 110 titles monthly and has more than 1,200 authors from around the world. Harlequin has offices in 18 countries, including offices in Toronto, New York and London.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Katie McGarry, Elizabeth Scott, Julie Kagawa, Amanda Sun, Jason Mott, Susan Mallery, Pam Jenoff, Linda Lael Miller, Mira Lynn Kelly, and Dawn Metcalf (all at the booth, Sat., 10 a.m.).

Harper Collins Christian Publishing

Booth: RC107

Co. description: HarperCollins Christian Publishing, comprised of both Thomas Nelson and Zondervan, is a leading Christian content provider. With nearly 300 years of combined publishing experience, HarperCollins Christian Publishing provides bestselling Bibles, inspirational books, academic resources, curriculum, audio, and digital content.

HarperCollins Publishers

Booth: 2038

Co. description: HarperCollins, one of the largest English-language publishers in the world, is a subsidiary of News Corporation. Headquartered in New York, HarperCollins has publishing groups around the world, including the HarperCollins General Books Group, HarperCollins Children’s Book Group, HarperCollins Christian Publishing, HarperCollins U.K., HarperCollins Canada, HarperCollins Australia/New Zealand, and HarperCollins India.

Harrison House Publishers

Booth: 388

Co. description: Publisher of books to encourage readers to know God intimately.

Harvard Business Review Press

Booth: 1306

Co. description: Through its flagship magazine, 11 international licensed editions, books from Harvard Business Review Press, and digital content and tools published on, Harvard Business Review provides professionals around the world with insights and best practices to lead their organizations.

Harvard University Press

Booth: 1941

Co. description: With “scholarship plus” as its motto, Harvard University Press publishes a wide range of books in the academic world.

At the booth: Free freight on backlist, no minimum.

Harvest House Publishers

Booth: 1421

Co. description: Featured titles include: Prayer Warrior by Stormie Omartian; What Happens When Women Say Yes to God Devotional by New York Times bestselling author Lysa TerKeurst; Happy Women Live Longer by Valorie Burton; and My So-Called Life as a Submissive Wife by Sara Horn. Also featuring: The Amish Seamstress by Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould and A Travel Guide to Heaven by Anthony DeStefano.

Hawthorne Books

Booth: 1333A

Co. description: Publishes literary fiction and creative nonfiction. Hawthorne books offer qualities such as strong design and typography, acid-free papers, sewn bindings, nonscuff matte lamination, and double-scored cover flaps that are bookmarks.

At the booth: Poe Ballantine will be autographing copies of his memoir Love & Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere, introduction by Cheryl Strayed (Sat., 10:30 a.m., Stage 13).

Hay House Publishers

Booth: RC82

Co. description: A leading publisher of mainstream and self-help books, audios, videos, and gifts. Bestselling authors include: Louise L. Hay, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Gregg Braden, Caroline Myss, Brian L. Weiss, M.D., Tavis Smiley, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Marianne Williamson, Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., Suze Orman, Esther and Jerry Hicks and others. Hay House also distribute titles by Amber-Allen Publishing, Smiley Books, and New Beginnings Press.

Haymarket Books

Booth: 1103A

Co. description: Haymarket Books is a Chicago-based nonprofit, independent publisher primarily focused on progressive political nonfiction. Authors include Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy, Wallace Shawn, Amy Goodman, and many other independent journalists and commentators.

Hazelden Publishing

Booth: 1209

Co. description: Hazelden is a leading publisher of resources that help millions of people recognize, understand, and conquer addiction and related life issues. Hazelden provides readers the tools and guidance needed to overcome adversity and grow in the areas of recovery, relationships, family, mental health, and spirituality.

Headline Books

Booth: 2368

Co. description: Headline Books, with 28 years of publishing experience, has won over 150 national awards including ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year Awards, 25 Mom’s Choice Awards, and a Grand Prize Winner at the London Book Festival. Headline has over 85 active authors who travel, speak, do workshops, staff development, book signings, seminars, and in-store mini-workshops. Many incentives for retailers, including giveaways and quantity deals. We also provide continuing ed and provide on full on-site conferences.

At the booth: Free shipping on all orders placed at the show.

Hengyuan Printing Co. Ltd.

Booth: 1606

Co. description: Quick book printer and package manufacturer established in 1993 with 1000 employees. Sheet and web press available. Printing and binding all finishing in-plant. Experienced customer service and efficient responding for high quality demands.

Henry Holt & Company

Booth: 1557

Co. description: A division of Macmillan, includes the imprints Henry Holt, Metropolitan Books, and Times Books. New titles coming from Rick Atkinson, Joe Sacco, and Eve Ensler.

Hercules de Ediciones

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Hercules de Ediciones was established in 1985 with the intention to promote Galician culture. With that aim, the company publishes the well-regarded reference work about Galicia (Galician Project) that has been awarded several prizes.

Heritage Edizioni

Booth: 802

Co. description: Heritage Edizioni cooperates with museums, libraries, foundations, public entities, and universities in the field of preservation and enhancement of the Italian cultural heritage.

Higgins Brothers

Booth: S439

Co. description: Official Cirque du Soleil products—a full line of juggling toys. All products are ready for bookstores, gift stores, museum stores and toy stores.

At the booth: Opening orders at the show recieve a 5% discount.

HighBridge Audio

Booth: 839

Co. description: HighBridge Company of Minneapolis, Minn., is a leading publisher of spoken-word audio, with works by Garrison Keillor, public radio-related titles, and New York Times bestselling fiction and nonfiction, including Life of Pi, Detroit, Kill Anything That Moves, The Road to Gap Creek, and others. Distributed to the trade by Workman.

Highlights Press, Inc.

Booth: 707

Co. description: Highlights Press, the trade book publishing division of Highlights, publishes award-winning children’s books for preschool through the middle grades, featuring socially conscious, educational picture books and chapter books and informative nonfiction in addition to poetry and science books. Imprints include Boyds Mills Press, Calkins Creek, and Wordsong.

HJ Kramer

Booth: 1322A

Co. description: HJ Kramer offers self-help, self-improvement and children’s spiritual fiction. Authors include Holly Bea, Dan Millman, and Sanaya Roman.

Holiday House Inc.

Booth: 721

Co. description: Quality children’s and young adult trade books in hardcover, paperback, and e-book formats.

Hoover Institution Press

Booth: 1745

Co. description: The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University is a public policy research center devoted to advanced study of politics, economics and political economy—both domestic and foreign. The press publishes books and periodicals resulting from the research and analysis from a world-renowned group of scholars.

Horror Writers Association

Booth: 2550

Co. description: HWA is a writers service organization specializing in the horror and dark fantasy genres. It works to promote members’ work and the horror genre in general. Exclusive members-only anthologies include: Blood Lite, Blood Lite 2: Overbite, Blood Lite 3: Aftertaste (Pocketbooks), and On Writing Horror (WD Books). HWA also recognizes outstanding works in the horror and dark fantasy field each year through its Bram Stoker Awards program, currently in its 26th year.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Booth: 1657

Co. description: For nearly two centuries Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s trade division has published some of the world’s most renowned novels, nonfiction, children’s books, and reference works in hardcover, trade paperback, and e-book formats. Its distinguished author list includes eight Nobel Prize winners, 47 Pulitzer Prize winners, 13 National Book Award winners, and more than 100 Caldecott, Newbery, Printz, and Sibert Medal and Honor recipients.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Amy Rose Capetta, Entangle (Thurs., 11 a.m.); Jonathan Miles, Want Not (Thurs., 3 p.m.); Joelle Charbonneau, Independent Study (Friday, 10:30 a.m.); David Wiesner, Mr. Wuffles ( Friday, 2 p.m.); Joelle Charbonneau, The Testing (Sat., 10 a.m.); Elinor Lipman, The View from the Penthouse and I Can’t Complain (Sat., noon).

Housing Works

Booth: 762

Co. description: BEA’s official charity partner. The Housing Works Bookstore Cafe is a nonprofit bookstore, café, and event venue that will be accepting donated books and media at the end of the show. Housing Works is the largest community-based AIDS service organization in the United States

Human Kinetics Publishers Inc.

Booth: 2445

Co. description: Consumer-oriented books, e-books, DVDs, and software on sports, fitness and health, texts and reference on human performance. New titles on: running, hatha yoga, basketball, football, cycling, triathlon, wrestling, heart care, tai chi and strength training from bestselling authors Fredric Delavier; the MAX Body Plan from author and NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year, Brad Schoenfeld; Mastering Snowboarding from Olympic medalist, multiple World Cup champion Hanna Teter. Rights available.

At the booth: Free domestic shipping on bookseller orders placed at the show.

Hyperion Books

Booth: 3012

Co. description: Publisher of Mitch Albom, Caroline Kennedy, J.R. Moehringer, Jamie Oliver, Lauren Groff, and many more.

i play., Inc.

Booth: S443

Co. description: Thirty years ago i play. Inc. founder and mother of two, Becky Cannon, started a small mail-order business with a focus on creating the best natural care products for babies everywhere. Today, i play. is known as a leader in making safe, healthy baby products, and has grown into a family of brands.


Booth: 1142

Co. description: Ibercultura promotes the use and knowledge of the Spanish language within a digital environment.

ICEX—Espana Exportacion e Inversiones

Booth: 1142

Co. description: ICEX is the state agency for the internationalization of Spanish business. Its main objectives are to increase the number of companies exporting on a regular basis, diversify the export markets for Spanish products and services, increase the number of exporting sectors, promote Spanish investment abroad, and improve the image of “Made in Spain.”

Ideals Publications-A Guideposts Company

Booth: 1706

Co. description: Guideposts Books features inspirational fiction (including the Summerside Press imprint) and nonfiction adult books. Ideals is a leading publisher of inspirational and seasonal books for children through several imprints, including CandyCane Press and Williamson Books, and also serves as a distributor for other publishers, such as Hinkler Books.

At the booth: 50% discount, free freight and 90-day billing on orders received at the show or faxed to us within two weeks of the show ending.

IDW Publishing

Booth: 1004

Co. description: IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels, and trade paperbacks. With a diverse catalogue of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful titles in the industry, including: Hasbro’s Transformers and G.I. Joe series, Paramount’s Star Trek; Fox’s Angel; and the BBC’s Doctor Who. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints.

IEC Career Investment Ltd.

Booth: W580

Co. description: IEC is a publishing company specializing in books on employment tests, interviewing, and self-employment for graduates and under graduates. Also: curriculum textbooks for secondary, primary nursery and kindergarten. The company boasts many bestselling titles in West Africa.

Ig Publishing

Booth: 1111B

Co. description: Ig publishes original literary fiction from writers who have been overlooked by the mainstream publishing establishment, and political and cultural nonfiction with a progressive bent. Its imprint, Lizzie Skurnick Books, publishes YA titles.

Image Comics Inc.

Booth: 1006

Co. description: Image Comics is one of largest comics and graphic novel publishers in the United States, covering nearly every genre, subgenre and style: science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, humor and more.

Imago Sales Inc, U.S.A.

Booth: 1539

Co. description: Imago is the world’s largest print and sourcing management organization. It produces books for more than 300 publishers worldwide, ranging from cookbooks and art books to children’s novelties.


Booth: 2446

Co. description: The Immersedition reading experience is grounded in a methodology of intelligent interactivity that respects the journey of the reader. The patent-pending technology interlaces relevant enriched content—additional text, video, maps, audio, social media—that evolves with the story itself and heightens the opportunity for engaged reading experiences.

Independent Book Publishers Association

Booth: 2348

Co. description: IBPA is the largest not-for-profit trade association in the publishing industry, representing more than 3,000 publishers and publishing industry professionals. It is a membership organization that offer a wealth of services to small and independent publishers, as well as networking access to other professionals.

Independent Publishers Group

Booth: 2527

Co. description: IPG is a leading provider of distribution services for innovative publishers, offering print and e-books and providing a variety of services, from advertising, pre-publication consultation and PR to trade show promotion and other marketing support. With an emphasis on targeted selling of both frontlist and backlist titles, IPG gives publishers greater options for publishing into more markets, including general trade, academic, children’s, Spanish, and gift.

At the booth: 50% discount on orders of 25 or more backlist titles.

Indiana University Press

Booth: 1746

Co. description: Publisher of general interest, trade, and scholarly books. Books of regional interest are published under IUP’s Quarry Books imprint.

At the booth: 50% discount plus free freight on trade and short discount titles. No minimum required.

Information Today, Inc.

Booth: 731

Co. description: Information Today is a publisher in the library, publishing, and electronic content fields. Featured reference titles include Literary Market Place (LMP), American Book Trade Directory, American Library Directory, and The Library and Book Trade Almanac. Featured books include Twenty-One Days to Success Through Networking by Ron Sukenick and Ken Williams; The New Digital Scholar, edited by Randall McClure and James P. Purdy; and True Crime Online by J. A. Hitchcock.

At the booth: 50% off all orders on books and directories.

Ingram Content Group

Booth: 1056

Co. description: Ingram Content Group is the world’s largest and distributor of books, music, and media content. Thousands of publishers, retailers and libraries worldwide use Ingram’s fully integrated physical and digital distribution, logistics, and manufacturing solutions to access global consumer demand, and realize the full business potential of book content.

Ink Media

Booth: 1564

Co. description: Ink Media is the exclusive U.S. supplier of the IF line of book accessories and impulse gifts. The IF line includes bookmarks, reading lights, book holders, book-wrap and book plates. The products are presented in colorful displays and are available for immediate shipment from northern New Jersey. Ink Media also publishes and distributes other card, gift and book accessories based on specific brands, including the New Yorker.

Inner Traditions/Bear & Co.

Booth: 2248

Co. description: Recognized worldwide as a landmark publisher of esoteric, occult, spirituality, ancient mystery, and health books, Inner Traditions/Bear & Company has over 1,200 titles in print. Founded in 1975, Inner Traditions joined with Bear & Company in 2000. Their health imprint Healing Arts Press produces books on the cutting edge in complementary and alternative medicine, health and holistic healing.

At the booth: 50% discount and free freight on orders of 12 or more titles.


Booth: DZ1762

Co. description: Innodata helps customers build and enhance content and information, spread knowledge via e-books, and deliver digital products efficiently.

INscribe Digital

Booth: DZ2157

Co. description: INscribe Digital brings to the table a decade of experience in digital media asset distribution combined with a wealth of executive-level publishing, bookselling, and marketing know-how to help publishers maximize digital assets and drive sales.

Insight Editions

Booth: 1232

Co. description: Insight Editions is an illustrated book publisher focused on creating books on pop culture, photography, music, and children’s titles.

Instituto Cervantes

Booth: 1142

Co. description: The Instituto Cervantes is a not-for-profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. Its mission is to promote the teaching of Spanish and to contribute to the advancement of the culture of the Spanish-speaking countries.

Interlink Publishing Group

Booth: 913

Co. description: Established in 1987, Interlink is independent press specializing in travel, literature, history/politics/current affairs, ethnic cooking from around the world. It publishes 50 titles each year under five imprints: Interlink Books, Clockroot Books, Crocodile Books, Olive Branch Press, Cadogan Guides USA.

At the booth: 50% discount on all show orders. Minimum 10 copies.

International Latino Book Awards

Booth: 801

Co. description: Latino Literacy Now was founded to promote literacy in the community and to advance the cause of reading as a means of self-improvement both personally and professionally.

International Publishers Marketing

Booth: 1013

Co. description: International Publishers Marketing is a sales, marketing, and distribution service for publishers in both academic and trade publishing. It represents publishers from around the globe, bringing increased name recognition, sales, and profits in the North American market. IPM partners with publishers to create a customized, strategic marketing service and efficient fulfillment.

International Thriller Writers

Booth: 1542

Co. description: International Thriller Writers is an organization that supports and promotes thriller authors around the world.

Intuary, Inc.

Booth: C1381

Co. description: Intuary produces the iPad app FarFaria,which provides families with the perfect story time. With more than 400 children’s stories—and five new ones added each week—story time has never been easier. Created for children ages 2-9. After a free trial, users can subscribe for just $3.99 a month and cancel anytime.

iPublishCentral/Impelsys Inc.

Booth: DZ2167

Co. description: iPublishCentral is the flagship product of Impelsys, a leading provider of electronic content delivery solutions to the global publishing market. It is a one-stop self-serve infrastructure solution that enables publishers through a Software as a Service (SaaS) model to warehouse, distribute, market, sell and deliver content online across multiple platforms. iPublishCentral has empowered many of the leading publishers, including Elsevier, Thieme, Sesame Street, and MIT Press.

Italian Trade Commission

Booth: 802A

Co. description: The Italian Trade Commission presents leading Italian publishers and their latest works in both traditional print and multimedia. The ITC will showcase titles on art, architecture, archeology, cooking, language, literature, science, spirituality, travel and children’s books. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet with Italian publishers.

ITMB Publishing Ltd.

Booth: S552

Co. description: Travel atlases, maps and globes; 425 titles in print. Also markets Borch, CMO, Freytag & Berndt, Gizimaps, GMJ, IGN, Map Studio, Nelles, Ordnance Survey, Rayworld, and TCI product lines.

The Jewish Publication Society

Booth: 820

Co. description: Founded in 1888, the Jewish Publication Society (is the oldest not-for-profit Jewish publisher in North America. JPS publishes the definitive edition of the Jewish Bible (TANAKH), and also produces Bible studies and commentaries, classic texts, women’s studies, holidays/lifecycle events, ethics, and more.

Johns Hopkins University Press

Booth: RC136

Co. description: Founded in 1878,the Johns Hopkins University Press is one of the world’s largest university presses, publishing more than 200 new books and 58 scholarly periodicals each year. The books division publishes trade titles in the humanities, social sciences, medicine, life sciences, and science as well as monographs, textbooks, and reference books.

Jones & Bartlett Learning

Booth: RC139

Co. description: Jones & Bartlett Learning, a division of Ascend Learning, is a leading provider of instructional, assessment, and learning-performance management solutions for the secondary, post-secondary, and professional markets.


Booth: 2368

Co. description: With plants in Tennessee and California, Jostens provides high-quality four-color offset book printing in the U.S. Minimum press run is 200 copies. Ultra-durable smythe sewn (hard or soft cover books), perfect bound, saddle stitched and folded brochures, and dust jackets.

Kalandraka Editora

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Kalandraka publishes picture books for children and young readers. Several national and international awards support Kalandraka’s development. The most important activities are the annual announcement of the International Compostela Prize for Picture Books and the International City of Orihuela Prize for Children Poetry. Kalandraka produces books for children, but also for adult readers: picture books, art books, science, and poetry books.

Kappa Books Publishers

Booth: RC45

Co. description: Kappa Books is a publisher of coloring, sticker, board, and novelty books for children (many of the under licenses), with a particular specialty in puzzle books.

Kar-Ben Publishing

Booth: 2456

Co. description: Kar-Ben Publishing’s growing Jewish library for children includes these new titles for fall: I’m Sorry, Grover: A Rosh Hashanah Tale; What a Way to Start the New Year: A Rosh Hashanah Story; Sammy Spider’s first Yom Kippur; A Watermelon in the Sukkah; Rifka Takes a Bow; Esther’s Hanukkah Disaster.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Ann Redisch Stampler, The Cats on Ben Yehuda Street (Sat., 10 a.m.). 50%, free freight, minimum 10 assorted backlist only.

Kensington Publishing Corp.

Booth: RC142

Co. description: Kensington Publishing Corp., a large independent publisher, was established in 1974. It publishes in hardcover, trade paperback, and mass market. Kensington is well-known for popular women’s fiction, romance, African-American titles, multicultural young adult fiction, nonfiction, as well as true crime, Western, and mystery titles.

Kent State University Press

Booth: 827

Co. description: The Kent State University Press publishes general interest trade and scholarly books. Its list includes sports, true crime, Civil War and military history, photography and art, Hemingway studies, biography, and literature, and literary criticism. Additionally, it is publishing a multi-volume series of The Collected Funky Winkerbean, the award-winning comic strip by Tom Batiuk.


Booth: 1557

Co. description: For nearly 80 years Kingfisher has published illustrated nonfiction for children up to age 14. Formats range from illustrated board books and picture books to series nonfiction, novelty, and single-volume reference. An imprint of Macmillan Children’s Books.


Booth: 1067

Co. description: Kobo is a global e-reading service with more than 3.2 million e-books, magazines, and newspapers— one of the largest digital catalogues in the world. Kobo has attracted over 12.2 million readers from over 190 countries across the globe.

Korean Printers Association

Booth: 2521

Co. description: The Korean Printers Association is the national trade association of the Korean printing industry. The KPA has nearly 1,000 members, including major printing houses along with many small and medium-sized houses. The KPA booth shows information on Association Activities and Korean printing technology, and provides the chance to have questions answered directly by members on visitors’ inquiries.

Koros Press Limited (U.K.)

Booth: 2845

Co. description: Koros Press Ltd. is a publisher based in the U.K. All of its titles are for professional level; principally related to basic sciences, humanities, Islamic studies and other religions, and mostly in multi-volume sets.

Kumon Publishing North America Inc

Booth: C875

Co. description: Kumon workbooks are based on the Kumon Method, a learning system that introduces educational concepts in a logical step-by-step approach that allows children to master each skill without frustration. Kumon books are made in high-quality, full-color, and are combined with activities for the children.

L.E. Publishing Co.

Booth: C881

Co. description: L.E. Publishing Co. is an independent book publishing company specializing in children’s books and e-books.

At the booth: Free freight on all show orders; free coloring books with orders over $75.

Laurence King Publishing

Booth: 739

Co. description: Established in London in 1991, Laurence King Publishing is now recognized as one of the world’s leading publisher of books on the creative arts.

Lectorum Publications, Inc.

Booth: 1351

Co. description: Lectorum is the oldest and largest Spanish book distributor in the United States. It is the exclusive distributors for many publishers from Spain and Latin America, including numerous New York Times bestsellers for adults, children, and young adults—translations of Dr. Suess and the Magic Tree House series, for example. Lectorum also publishes the only Spanish-language title to win the prestigious Pura Belpre Honor Award.

Lehigh/Phoenix Color Corp

Booth: 286

Co. description: Lehigh Phoenix is a full-service, full-color printer of cover components, heavily illustrated and juvenile books, as well as specialty commercial products such as collectible cards, posters, box wraps, game boards, folders, catalogues, and brochures.

Lerner Publishing Group

Booth: 2457

Co. description: Lerner Publishing Group creates engaging picture books, fiction and nonfiction titles as well as digital and interactive books for children of all ages. An independent children’s book publisher since 1959. Authors Dot Hutchinson, Rob Skead, and John Hornor Jacobs will be signing in the autograph area.

At the booth: Title: 50% off and free freight on 10 or more backlist titles.

Liberty Publishing House

Booth: 862

Co. description: Founded in 1984, Liberty Publishing House specializes in publishing Russian, European, American, and other foreign authors in Russian and English translations. Liberty publishes in English works by authors from the former Central Asian republics. The published genres include history, politics, literature, poetry, and memoirs.

Library Ideas LLC

Booth: RC129

Co. description: Library Ideas is a global media company focused on libraries and based in Virginia. The company offers the Freegal Music Service (with content from Sony Music and 10,000 other labels), the Freading e-book Service and Rocket Languages as part of its developing product suite.


Booth: 1142

Co. description: Business books, business history, and specialized dictionaries. LID offers simultaneous publishing in English and Spanish thanks to editorial offices in Madrid, London, New York, Mexico, and Buenos Aires. LID also has a speakers bureau operating in these countries. Comprehensive marketing and public relations support for 125+ new titles each year. All formats provided, including e-books, books for mobile devices and e-learning courses.


Booth: 1142

Co. description: Visual books on architecture and design. Online multimedia library on architecture.

Lioncrest Publishing

Booth: 2668


Booth: S550

Co. description: Litographs are prints, t-shirts, and tote bags that are created entirely from the text of classic books. Its product line includes over 100 literary titles, and the company donates one book through the International Book Bank for every item it sells.

Little Brown & Company

Booth: 1829

Co. description: Little, Brown and Company was founded in 1837 and for close to two centuries has published fiction and nonfiction by many of America’s finest writers. Bestselling novelists on the Little, Brown hardcover and Back Bay paperback lists include J. D. Salinger, James Patterson, Herman Wouk, David Foster Wallace, and Michael Connelly. In nonfiction, Little, Brown’s bestselling works include Nelson Mandela, James Bradley, William Manchester, Gloria Steinem, the Dalai Lama, and David Sedaris.

At the booth: Daniel Woodrell (Thurs., noon); Alan Weisman (Friday, 9:30 a.m.); Elin Hildebrand (Friday, 4 p.m.).

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Booth: 1829

Co. description: Quality books for children and young adults. Home of 2012 Printz Honor recipient Why We Broke Up and 2012 Caldecott Honor recipient Me…Jane. Bestsellers include The Twilight Saga, Lemony Snicket, James Patterson’s Middle School, Monster High, The Mysterious Benedict Society, and You Will Be My Friend!

At the booth: In-booth signing by Lemony Snicket (Thurs, 11 a.m.); Kami Garcia (Thurs., 1 p.m.); Peter Brown and Jerry Pinkney (Thurs., 2 p.m.); Holly Black (Friday, 11 a.m.); Paolo Bacigalupi (Friday, 2 p.m.).


Booth: 1920

Co. description: A division of W.W. Norton & Company, Liveright is an adult trade publisher of fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, drama, and poetry.

Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd.

Booth: 931

Co. description: The Oldest Metaphysical Publisher in the United States, with lines in self-help, natural healing, and tarot and divination. Fiction imprints: Midnight Ink (mystery novels) and Flux (young adult). One hundred fifty new titles and 14 annuals yearly. Eight hundred titles backlist. Expanding worldwide through distribution of English editions and licensing rights. More than 3,000 licensed editions worldwide.

London Book Fair

Booth: 853A

Co. description: The London Book Fair encompasses the broad spectrum of the publishing industry and is the global market place and leading B2B exhibition for rights negotiation and the sales and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels.

Lonely Planet Publications

Booth: 733

Co. description: Lonely Planet is the world’s leading travel content provider. Started in 1973, Lonely Planet enable curious travelers to experience the world and get to the heart of a place via guidebooks to every destination on the planet, an award-winning Web site, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveler community.

Macmillan Publishers

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Macmillan Publishers is the global consumer book publishing division of Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck, based in Stuttgart, Germany. U.S. trade publishers include Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt & Company, Macmillan Audio, Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, Palgrave Macmillan, Picador, St. Martin’s Press, Forge, and Tor Books.

Magination Press

Booth: 2233

Co. description: An imprint of the American Psychological Association, Magination Press publishes picture books, middle school readers, teen guides, and workbooks to help children deal with a wide variety of emotional and psychological concerns and challenges. Magination books are designed to lead children and their caregivers through an instructive process in which these issues are confronted, understood, and dealt with in concrete ways.

At the booth: 45% discount and free freight for qualified sales representatives. Some exclusions apply—see booth staff for details.

Magnetic Poetry Inc.

Booth: S441

Co. description: Magnetic Poetry is the maker of those magnetic word tiles used to create poems and messages on refrigerators, file cabinets, or any steel surface. It produces, in addition to the magnetic word kit, a large variety of gift, sideline, kids and educational products.

Mangosteen Publishing

Booth: 2943

Co. description: Mangosteen Publishing is a publishing house that was created in 2013 in Charlottesville, Va., to market and sell books about or by renowned artists worldwide. Its first project is a lifestyle book called Great Body No Diet by Racha Zeidan.


Booth: S539

Co. description: Licensed children’s and family books that retail between $1.99 and $9.99. Mastermedia also has a wide variety of home entertainment software (, video games, and DVD movies in all genres.

Maven House Press

Booth: 2344

Co. description: Maven House publishes books for business professionals to help them lead their organizations in unpredictable and fast-moving times.


Booth: W463

Co. description: McFarland is a leading U.S. publisher of scholarly, reference, and academic books. Located in Jefferson, N.C. (in the Appalachian Mountains), McFarland publishes books that can be found in libraries worldwide.

McGill-Queen’s University Press

Booth: 1748

Co. description: Publishing books that defend, refute, and create fresh interpretations of world events, MQUP is in the business of debate. The press has more than 2,000 titles in print and numerous awards and bestsellers to its credit.


Booth: 2138

Co. description: M-H specializes in digital content delivery, interactive platform development, and enhanced content for medical, technical, and business audiences, both students and professionals.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Phil Orbanes, Monopoly Money & You (Thurs., 9:45 a.m.); Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster, Mean Girls at Work (Thurs., 2 p.m.); Joseph Michelli, Leading the Starbucks Way (Friday, 9:45 a.m.).

McPherson & Company

Booth: 280

Co. description: Publisher of the 2010 National Book Award Winner in fiction, Lord of Misrule by Jaimy Gordon. An independent literary and arts press since 1974, McPherson specializes in adventurous fiction (both American and continental), and in nonfiction exploring the leading edge of contemporary art, belles lettres, filmmaking, performance, music, and anthropology. The press issues translations from Italian, Spanish, French, German, and Russian.

McRae Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 747

Co. description: Co-edition publishers of novelty and traditional illustrated books on cooking, art, and children’s nonfiction. Original creators of the bestselling round cookbooks (Pizza; Tarts & Pies; Baking Party; Young Chef), as well as Spaghetti Box, FoodMemos, and QR What You Eat.

Media Services Group

Booth: 2557

Co. description: Media Services Group, developer of the well-known publishing systems Elan Book and the Cat’s Pajamas, has been providing solutions to publishers since 1985. E-commerce/digital strategy, product lifecycle management, rights and royalties, CRM, inventory, and warehouse, order fulfillment, subscriptions, accounting and much more.

Merck & Company Inc

Booth: 1506

Co. description: Introducing the new (full color, completely revised and redesigned) 10th Edition of The Merck Veterinary Manual, a comprehensive source of information for the veterinary professional for over 55 years. Merck also publishes The Merck/Merial Manual for Pet Health, The Merck Manual, The Merck Manual Home Health Handbook, The Merck Manual of Patient Symptoms, The Merck Manual of Health & Aging, and The Merck Index.

Mercury Learning & Information

Booth: 1013

Co. description: Mercury Learning and Information provides print and digital content in the areas of science and medicine, technology, engineering, and mathematics for the AP secondary, higher education, career school, online training, and professional/reference markets. It embraces both traditional and innovative publishing models designed to accommodate the needs of the intended audience by using the appropriate delivery methods into a variety of sales channels.

Merriam-Webster Inc.

Booth: 2050

Co. description: Merriam-Webster is America’s leading provider of language information in print and digital formats. Featuring its new Merriam-Webster’s Elementary Dictionary, a Visual Dictionary, and the new Merriam-Webster Unabridged site—America’s largest, most comprehensive dictionary.

Merrymakers Inc.

Booth: 1546

Co. description: Offering dolls and toys based on bestselling and classic children’s book characters. New for 2013: Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site Excavator; Little Critter; Pete the Cat and Llama Llama Puppets; Geronimo Stilton; Fancy Nancy; Baby Bear Sees Blue; Dear Zoo; Peepsqueak!

At the booth: Free freight on minimum $200 orders.


Booth: 2360

Co. description: Publishers have partnered with Metapress to increase exposure to the publishers’ online content. The Metapress platform allows scholars to see a publisher’s collection, including journals, books and reference works, all in one place. Metapress works with publishers and societies of all sizes to put their publications online; distribute their metadata to more than 50 aggregators and indexers; manage institutional access; and promote online purchases using the publishers business model.

Michael O’Mara Books Ltd.

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Publisher of commercial nonfiction, including biography, reference, gift, and humour. Recent bestsellers include Where’s the Meerkat?, The One Direction Story, and Bond on Bond. Buster Books publishes popular children’s books, including Colouring and Activity titles (one million copies sold), the How to Be the Best at Everything series (over 1.5 million copies sold), and a new fiction range, including the Hollow Earth series by John and Carole E. Barrowman.

Michelin Travel Publications

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Publisher of travel guides, maps, and atlases. Michelin Travel & Lifestyle offers a complete travel portfolio: where to go, how to get there, where to eat and stay and what to see and do; all in one collection with extensive coverage for European destinations. Michelin series include Michelin (Red) Guides, Green Guides, Must Sees, and Michelin maps and atlases.

Midpoint Trade Books

Booth: 1426

Co. description: Midpoint Trade Books is a sales and distribution company that has served independent publishers since 1996. Its team approach maximizes sales for publishers through a unique process that emphasizes hands-on management, fast turnaround, a 12-month selling cycle and a high level of marketing and distribution support.

Midtown Stage

Booth: 2077

Midwest Tape, LLC

Booth: 712

Co. description: Premier provider of video, music and audiobooks to over 6,000 public libraries, with hands-on personal attention from its 140,000 sq. ft. warehouse, since 1988. Now introducing hoopla, the state-of-the-art digital streaming media platform which generates recurring publisher revenue while protecting their content. Come by for a hoopla and learn the future of public libraries and their place in digital content retailing.

Mighty Bright

Booth: 1012

Co. description: Mighty Bright specializes in portable LED lighting solutions. Its book lights are durable, energy efficient and high quality, and can be used in a variety of low-light environments. Mighty Bright also provides book holders, magnifiers, micro lights, and e-reader lights.

At the booth: Title: Free freight on orders greater than $250.

Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 751

Co. description: Miles Kelly Publishing produces high-quality children’s books to inspire and share. Its 2013 catalogue showcases almost 500 books, as well as following up the successful launch of its Discovery Channel™ books with Discover the Savage World. More than 100 new titles are on display in a host of innovative formats, from colorful sticker playbooks to glossy flashcards and a new craft activity series.

Milkweed Editions

Booth: 1333A

Co. description: An independent publisher. 2012 titles: Cures for Hunger and Vandal Love byDeni Y. Bechard; Things That Are by Amy Leach; Wonderful Investigations byDan Beachy-Quick; The Fall of Alice K. by Jim Heynen; I Will Not Leave You Comfortless byJeremy Jackson; Silhouette of a Sparrow by Molly Beth Giffin; and paperback editions of American Boy by Larry Watson; The Tarball Chronicles byDavid Gessner; and The Long Shining Waters by Danielle Sosin.

The Monacelli Press

Booth: 2948

Co. description: Award-winning publisher of high-quality illustrated books on art, architecture, landscape architecture, decorative arts, design and photography.

Moody Publishers

Booth: 1607

Co. description: Written from a Christian worldview, Moody publishes under four main imprints: Moody Publishers; Northfield; River North Fiction; and Lift Every Voice Books— an imprint by and for African Americans.

Mr. Sunny Sunshine Childrens Books

Booth: 376

Co. description: The Mr. Sunny Sunshine children’s book series by author/illustrator Dwayne S. Henson produces a 12-unit book series that offers a lesson about the positive inspirational magic created from smiles orchestrated by Mr. Sunny Sunshine. Now on iTunes at the Apple App book store for $1.99 and Barnes & Noble, Kobo books and more.

At the booth: Choose from a variety of 12 Mr. Sunny Sunshine children’s book samples on CD-Rom format for $2.99

Mystery Writers of America

Booth: 2551

Co. description: Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery writers, professionals allied to the crime writing field, aspiring crime writers, and those who are devoted to the genre. Daily signings and book giveaways.

Napoleon Hill Foundation

Booth: 2525

Co. description: The Napoleon Hill Foundation, established in 1962 by author Napoleon Hill, who wrote Think and Grow Rich, is a nonprofit educational organization dealing with motivational material to teach individuals how they can rise from humble beginnings to positions of leadership in their chosen professions.

The National Academies Press

Booth: RC79

Co. description: Publisher of the works of the National Academies—the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council.

National Book Network

Booth: 1125

Co. description: NBN is an independent, full-service sales, marketing, and distribution company serving North American and overseas independent publishers of nonfiction, fiction, and children’s titles. It provides sales, marketing, order fulfillment, and credit and collections services.

National Geographic Society

Booth: 2950

Co. description: National Geographic Books and National Geographic Children’s Books are the only book publishers with the world’s premier scientific, education, and research organization at their core, with global multimedia outreach to more than 450 million people each month. Nonfiction genres include illustrated reference, atlases, photography, narratives, guidebooks, biographies, early childhood reading. Subjects include history, science, nature, conservation, healthy living, exploration, travel. PreK-12 books align with and support the Common Core state standards.

Naval Institute Press

Booth: 1114

Co. description: Featured titles: The Liberty Incident Revealed: The Definitive Account of the 1967 Attack on the U.S. Navy Spy Ship; Billy Mitchell’s War: The Army Air Corps and the Challenge to Seapower; Joe Rochefort’s War: The Odyssey of the Codebreaker Who Outwitted Yamamoto at Midway; Circle of Treason: A CIA Account of Traitor Aldrich Ames and the Men He Betrayed; Asian Maritime Strategies: Navigating Troubled Waters; The Secret War for the Middle East: The Influence of Axis and Allied Intelligence Operations During WWII.

NBM Publishing

Booth: 1557

Co. description: A publisher of graphic novels since 1976, including works by Rick Geary and Stan Mack, and the Louvre series. New this fall: A Treasury of XXth Century Murder: Madison Square Tragedy, the Murder of Stanford White; Science—A Discovery in Comics; Betty Blues by the author of Bubbles & Gondola; and Eurotica presents the grand finale to Omaha the Cat Dancer.


Booth: DZ1874

Co. description: Publishers in Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the U.S. are using NetGalley to provide secure, digital galleys to its growing community of professional readers. Reviewers, media, booksellers, librarians and educators are invited to register for free at the NetGalley Web site. NetGalley is owned by Firebrand Technologies.

New Harbinger Publications

Booth: 2558

New Leaf Sales and Distribution Services

Booth: 1215

Co. description: New Leaf offers full-service distribution including e-books and just-in-time digital printing.

The New Press

Booth: 1213

Co. description: The New Press publishes books that promote and enrich public discussion and understanding of the issues vital to our democracy and to a more equitable world, including the national bestseller The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander. This year, we will be giving away galleys of 1914: A Novel by Jean Echenoz.

New World Library

Booth: 1320

Co. description: New World Library creates books, audio CDs, and gift products that inspire and challenge. Key publishing categories are personal growth, spirituality, creativity, women’s interests, religion, sustainable business, human-animal relationships, Native American interests, among other areas.

The New York Review of Books

Booth: 2747

Co. description: Featuring: the Book Expo Issue of the New York Review of Books and the BEA Supplement, and new titles published by New York Review Books, NYRB Classics, NYRB Poets, The New York Review Children’s Collection, and The Little Bookroom.

The New York Times Company

Booth: 857

New York University Center for Publishing

Booth: 2465

Booth: 1001

Co. description: A combined exhibit of indie press books and literary magazines. Up-to-date resource lists of small presses, lit mags, indie bookstores, creative writing programs, review sources, and more.

Nina Charles Publishing

Booth: C1182

Co. description: Nina Charles is a hands-on publisher of children’s books. Comprised of “mothers, aunts, dads, grandparents, and uncles,” the company strives to release only “positive and fun books.”

At the booth:10% discount for all titles ordered at the show.

Nobrow Press & Flying Eye Books

Booth: 1111A

Co. description: Based in London, Nobrow Press specializes in graphic novels, graphic art, and illustrated books. Distributed by Consortium in the U.S. and Canada.


Booth: 1261

Co. description: Nolo has been a leader in do-it-yourself law since its founding in 1971. Since then, it has evolved with technology, developing do-it-yourself software and building into one of the Internet’s leading legal Web sites.

Norma Editorial

Booth: 1142

Co. description: A Spanish publishing company of comics, graphic novels and illustration books.

North Atlantic Books

Booth: 2749

Co. description: North Atlantic Books is a leading publisher of authentic works on the relationship of body, mind and nature to create personal, spiritual and planetary transformation. Titles include alternative health, nutrition and spirituality. Visit the booth for a meet-and-greet wine reception on Friday at 4 p.m. for Linda Tucker’s Saving the White Lions. Contests, freebies, and sneak peeks at Wild Edibles by Sergei Boutenko and the debut title in North Atlantic's Sacred Activism series: Occupy Spirituality!

At the booth: In-booth signings: Linda Tucker (“the Jane Goodall of white lions) Saving the White Lions (Friday, 3 p.m.), followed the the wine reception. Chardonnay will be served.

North-South Books Inc

Booth: C1584

Co. description: NorthSouth Books is an independent publisher of high-quality books for children of all ages.

W.W. Norton & Company

Booth: 1820

Co. description: Established in 1923, America’s largest independent publisher of adult trade fiction, nonfiction, professional psychology, art and architecture books.

At the booth:,In-booth signing of Dirty Love by Andre Dubus III (Friday).

Octopus Publishing Group

Booth: 844

Co. description: Octopus Publishing Group will be presenting co-edition titles from its various imprints, including recently acquired TickTock children’s books and its long-standing imprints: Conran, Hamlyn, Mitchell Beazley, Gaia, Godsfield, Cassell, Spruce and Philips. Bounty Books will present promotional reprint titles for North American and international co-editions.

OgoSport, LLC

Booth: S446

Co. description: From award-winning classics like the OgoDisk to newer creations like OGOBILD, OgoSport specializes in active play for children of all ages.

At the booth: 10% off on orders of $350 or more.


Booth: 1547

Co. description: OHL provides integrated global supply chain management solutions, including transportation, warehousing, customs brokerage, freight forwarding and import and export consulting services. OHL serves a wide range of business sectors from manufacturing to retail and specializes in the publishing, apparel, electronics, food and beverage, and consumer packaged goods industries.

Omnibus Press

Booth: 1060

Co. description: Omnibus Press is a large specialist publisher of music-related books. It publishes around 40 new titles a year to add to a backlist of over 500 titles. Omnibus has published many bestselling definitive biographies on most of rock and pop’s greatest superstars and also publishes photo books under its Vision On imprint.

Omnific Publishing

Booth: 2862

Co. description: Omnific Publishing, founded in 2009, is an independent publisher of romantic fiction that publishes contemporary voices that speak to modern sensibilities: “romance without rules.”

Oncology Nursing Society

Booth: 681

Co. description: ONS offers oncology nurses textbooks and resources for clinical practice, including books on chemotherapy, lung cancer, breast cancer, nursing certification and more. ONS books are in medical libraries and bookstores worldwide. ONS also has created Hygeia Media, an imprint dedicated to providing books to patients, families, and their caregivers.

OneWorld Publications

Booth: 1233

Co. description: A leading publisher of literary fiction and nonfiction books for trade and academic markets. Renowned for its list on religion and the Middle East, OneWorld also publishes in politics, psychology, history, and popular science.


Booth: S344

Co. description: OnHand manufactures and distributes tech accessories for students of today’s mobile generation.

At the booth: 5% off orders of 5+ dozen and 10% off orders of 10+ dozen. Free shipping on all orders of 10+ dozen.

Oni Press

Booth: 1007

Co. description: Oni Press Inc. was founded in 1997 with the belief that sequential art could be used to tell virtually any story. Publishing one of the most eclectic and expansive lines in comics today.

Open Road Integrated Media

Booth: 2251

Co. description: The company headed by publishing veteran Jane Friedman has pioneered in mining backlists of classic authors for digital presentation of the work, and is also moving aggressively into other forms of media presentation.

OQO Editora

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Picture books for children and short films based on OQO books using stop-motion technique.

Orange Art Fine Papers

Booth: 1201


Booth: 1829

Co. description: Orbit is the science fiction and fantasy imprint at Hachette Book Group. Yen Press is the graphic novel and manga imprint at Hachette Book Group.

Orca Book Publishers Ltd.

Booth: 2449

Co. description: Award-winning children’s books, juvenile, and young adult novels.

O’Reilly Media Inc.

Booth: 1269

Co. description: Books for technology professionals, knowledge workers, digital media professionals, and the emerging do-it-yourself technology market has earned O’Reilly an unrivaled reputation on the leading edge of tehcnology and publishing. It also distributes titles from the following publishers: Microsoft Press, No Starch Press, PC Publishing, Pragmatic Bookshelf, Rocky Nook, and SitePoint.

OSHO International

Booth: 1221B

Co. description: OSHO International New York is the international licensing office for OSHO International Foundation, Zurich. The company represents all works by Osho as a literary agency, and administers the worldwide rights for the foundation.

Osprey Group

Booth: 2938

Co. description: Osprey Group is a U.K.-based independent publisher with four divisions: Osprey Publishing (military history), Shire Publications/Old House (history), Angry Robot/Strange Chemistry/Exhibit A (genre fiction), and Watkins/Duncan Baird (cooking, self-help and spirituality).

Other Press

Booth: 2839

Co. description: Other Press attracts authors who are guided by a passion to discover the limits of knowledge and imagination. It publishes novels, short stories, poetry, and essays from America and around the world. The Other Press’s nonfiction list explores how psychic, cultural, historical, and literary shifts inform a vision of the world and of each other.

Out of Print Clothing

Booth: 2621

Co. description: Out of Print celebrates the world’s great stories through fashion. Its merchandise features iconic and often out-of-print book covers. The line has grown to include shirts for men, women, and kids in addition to a collection of accessories and other gift items. For each item the comany sells, one book is donated to a community in need.


Booth: 1438

Co. description: OverDrive is a leading multichannel digital distributor of e-books, audiobooks, music, and video. It delivers secure management, DRM protection, and download fulfillment services for hundreds of publishers and thousands of libraries, schools, and retailers serving millions of end users.

The Overlook Press

Booth: 1509
Co. description: Located in the heart of SoHo, the Overlook Press is an independent general-interest publisher, founded in 1971. It publishes nearly 100 books each year, evenly divided between hardcovers and trade paperbacks. Its list is eclectic, but areas of strength include literary and commercial fiction, history, biography, design and travel narrative.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Eric Lundgren, The Facades (Thurs., 2 p.m.); Kelsey Osgood, How to Disappear Completely (Friday, 10 a.m.); Andrew Rosenheim, The Little Tokyo Informant (Friday, 2 p.m.); Peter Quinn, Dry Bones (Sat., 10 a.m.).

Paizo Publishing LLC

Booth: 1007A

Co. description: Paizo Publishing is a leading publisher of fantasy roleplaying games, fantasy roleplaying fiction, board games, and speculative fiction. Paizo’s Pathfinder Roleplaying Game was the most successful tabletop roleplaying game release of 2009. In the eight years since its founding, Paizo Publishing has received more than a dozen major awards and has grown to become one of the most influential companies in the hobby games industry.

Palgrave Macmillan

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Palgrave Macmillan is a global cross-market publisher specializing in quality trade nonfiction and cutting-edge academic books in areas such as politics, business and economics, history, and popular science.


Booth: 1557

Co. description: Papercutz graphic novels for kids, tweens, and teens include a wide range of genres, including humor, action adventure, mystery, horror, and favorite characters.

Parragon Publishing

Booth: 1846

Co. description: Parragon is a leading global publisher of illustrated books, stationery, and gift items. Includes Disney, Marvel, Barbie, Monster High, Discovery Kids, Power Rangers, Nickelodeon, and more.

Parramon Paidotribo S.L.

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Co-edition publisher of highly illustrated nonfiction and fiction books for international markets. Its list includes different lines: Practical Art; Arts & Crafts; Children’s and Juvenile; Reference; Sports; Health; Wellness & Nutrition.

Partners Publishers Group

Booth: 2467

Co. description: Partners Publishers Group has been in business for 16 years. It offers national distribution to small and medium-sized independent presses at a flat-rate distribution discount. Services include: accounts receiveable, cataloging, key account sales presentation, order fulfillment, and sales reporting.

PBS Distribution

Booth: 1113

Co. description: Stop by the PBS booth to see popular award-winning productions as seen on the network: Masterpiece Theatre, Mystery!, NOVA, American Experience, The French Chef, Art 21, e2, Ken Burns programs, Frontline, and Nature as well as the children’s series Super Why! and Dinosaur Train.

Peace Hill Press

Booth: 1920

Co. description: Peace Hill Press publishes classically oriented history and language arts materials for parents, teachers, and K-12 students. Its materials bring traditional methods of teaching up to date.

Peachtree Publishers Ltd.

Booth: 649

Co. description: Peachtree Publishers is an independently owned trade book publisher specializing in quality children’s books, from picture books to young adult fiction and nonfiction; consumer references in health, education, and parenting; and regional guidebooks about the American South, where the company is based. Its mission is to create books that captivate and educate young and old readers alike, with well-crafted words and pictures.

Peak Books

Booth: 1212

Co. description: Publisher of art books, collector edition art books, and limited edition prints and fine art print portfolios. Exclusive representative for famed American illustrator Bob Peak.

At the booth: One free Bob Peak book with every 10 books ordered.

Penguin Group Inc, USA

Booth: 1521

Co. description: Featured imprints: Ace, Alpha, Amy Einhorn, Avery, Berkley, Blue Rider, C.A. Press, Current, Dial Books for Young Readers, NAL, Perigee, Plume, Putnam, Penguin Press, Prentice-Hall, Riverhead, Viking, etc.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Richelle Mead, Nathaniel Philbrick; Elizabeth Gilbert. Also, this year marks the 175th anniversary of G.P. Putnam. Commemorative posters and tote bags will be given away.

Perseus Books Group

Booth: 1403

Co. description: The Perseus Books Group is an independent company committed to enabling independent book publishers to reach their potential, whether those publishers are Perseus-owned, joint ventures or owned by third parties. Perseus imprints include Avalon Travel, Basic Books, Basic Civitas Books, Da Capo Press, Da Capo Lifelong Books, PublicAffairs, Running Press, Seal Press and Westview Press, as well as partnerships with the Newsweek/Daily Beast Company, the Nation Institute and the Weinstein Company.

At the booth: Running Press in-booth signings: Nicole Polizzi, Snooki’s Baby Book (Thurs, 11 a.m.); Larry Kane, When They Were Boys: The True Story of the Beatles’ Rise to the Top (Friday, 1 p.m.). DaCapo Lifelong: Trista Sutter, Happily Ever After (Thurs., 1 p.m.). Weinstein Books: Mika Brzesinksi, Obsessed (Friday, 10 a.m.). Many others.

Perseus Distribution

Booth: 1312

Co. description: Perseus Distribution offers customized sales and distribution services for print and e-books. It specializes in working with independent publishers who are ready to move from a “one-size-fits-all” distribution model to one that better serves their particular needs.

Phaidon Press Inc

Booth: 1314

Co. description: Renowned art and photography book publisher.


Booth: 1557

Co. description: Since its launch in 1995, Picador has rapidly established itself as one of the leading trade imprints for literary fiction and nonfiction in the country. In addition to publishing original titles in hardcover, paperback original and e-book, Picador is the literary trade paperback imprint for Macmillan, publishing paperbacks from Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Henry Holt & Co. and St. Martin’s Press.

Pink Pig Press

Booth: 1501

Plaid Squirrel

Booth: C883

Co. description: Featured: FuzzyHeads, 2012 Top Toy of the Year Award from Creative Child magazine.

Plata Publishing

Booth: 1308

Plexus Publishing, Inc.

Booth: 729

Co. description: Plexus Publishing, Inc. is a publisher of New Jersey regional fiction and nonfiction, including the New York Times bestseller Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times and Corruption of Atlantic City by Nelson Johnson. This year Plexus is highlighting The Legendary Pine Barrens: New Tales from Old Haunts by Paul Evans Pedersen Jr.; Missing You in Atlantic City, a Meg Daniels mystery by Jane Kelly; and Jacket: The Trials of a New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorney, a memoir by John W. Hartmann.

At the booth: Free freight and 50% off all orders placed from May 28 through August 26, 2013.

Polish Cultural Institute/Polish Book Institute

Booth: 1845

Co. description: The Polish Cultural Institute New York, etablished in 2000, is a diplomatic mission to the U.S. under the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Its mission is to build, nurture, and promote cultural ties between the U.S. and Poland.

Potomac Books

Booth: 1013

Co. description: With strong roots in military history, Potomac Books, Inc. has expanded its editorial focus to include general history, world and national affairs, foreign policy, defense and national security, intelligence, memoirs and biographies, with 35 new titles being published annually.

At the booth: 50% discount on all published titles; freight is additional.

Powell’s Books Wholesale

Booth: R511

Co. description: Powells distributes scholarly and academic remainders and hurts. Its computerized inventory has over 10,000 titles, primarily from university presses, but also from major trade publishers as well as quality imports. Powells is the co-organizer of the Chicago International Remainder and Overstock Book Exposition (CIROBE).

Power Reader Lounge

Booth: 3055

PR by the Book

Booth: RC146

Co. description: PR by the Book is a boutique publicity firm specializing in literary media relations campaigns, publishing consultation, small business publicity, and publicity tours for authors and experts.

Prestel Publishing

Booth: 626

Co. description: Founded in 1924 and with over 500 English titles in print, Prestel publishes fine books on art, architecture, design and photography, and has offices in Munich, London, and New York. Prestel distributes Die Gestalten Verlag, Distanz Schirmer/Mosel, Loft, Periscope and Lars Muller Publishers.

At the booth: Free freight on Prestel and Prestel’s distributed lists (Gestalten, Schimer/Mosel, Distanz, Lars Mueller, Loft and Periscope). Minimum 10 units. Backlist only.

Princeton Architectural Press

Booth: 739

Co. description: Princeton Architectural Press is a leader in architecture and design publishing. Featuring a backlist of nearly 1,000 titles.

Princeton University Press

Booth: 1751

Co. description: New fall titles: Angus Deaton, The Great Escape: Health, Wealth, and the Origins of Inequality; David Runciman, The Confidence Trap: A History of Democracy in Crisis from World War I to the Present; Robert Bartlett, Why Can the Dead Do Such Great Things? Saints and Worshippers from the Martyrs to the Reformation; Edmund Phelps, Mass Flourishing: How Grassroots Innovation Created Jobs, Challenge, and Change; William B. Helmreich, The New York Nobody Knows: Walking 6,000 Miles in the City.

At the booth: 47% discount and free freight.

Project Management Institute

Booth: 1047

Co. description: PMI is best known for the Project Management Professional (PMP) credential and for A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), the preeminent global standard for project management. PMI publishes research titles and globally applicable standards for project, program, and portfolio management.

Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation

Booth: 678

Co. description: The Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation is a private charitable fund established in 2004 by the businessman Mikhail Prokhorov. The Foundation’s main objective is to provide systematic support for culture in the Russian regions, their integration into international cultural activity, and to raise the intellectual level and creative potential of local communities. The Foundation concentrates its activities in several areas: education, science, contemporary arts, sports, and health.

Publishers Association of the United Kingdom

Booth: 2845

The Publishers Association, UK

Booth: 853

Co. description: The Publishers Association is the leading trade organization for book, journal and electronic publishers in the U.K. It also organizes U.K. Pavilions at international book fairs with the support of U.K. Trade and Investment.

Publishers Group West

Booth: 1226

Co. description: Publishers Group West is a leading book sales and distribution company in the United States, representing over 100 independent client publishers.

Publishers Weekly

Booth: 1252

Co. description: Publishers Weekly is the international news platform of book publishing and bookselling. Founded in 1872 and published continuously since then, the weekly magazine boasts nearly 400,000 Twitter followers; publishes six genre-focused eNewsletters; five blogs; podcasts and webcasts; a robust Web site; mobile and digital editions and apps. PW Radio airs on SiriusXM. PW reviews more than 8,000 books each year, and covers news, analysis, trends and features.

At the booth: BEA subscription discount.

Booth: 1250A

Co. description: Network for publishers, agents/agencies, authors for year-round networking with potential worldwide rights partners.

Putumayo World Music

Booth: 1601

Co. description: Visit the Putumayo booth to hear new releases and view its new Putumayo World Culture collection.

At the booth: Free shipping on all orders placed at the show.

QA International/Quebec Amerique

Booth: RC147

Co. description: QA International is a leading publisher and packager of visually innovative reference books and multimedia products. QA International was the very first to produce The Visual Dictionary, which has been enjoying phenomenal success around the world for more than 20 years.


Booth: DZ2060

Co. description: Qbend is a full-service digital partner providing innovative, turnkey solutions for publishers, enabling digital delivery of content to their consumers from creating custom-branded, white-label e-book portals to helping them sell their e-books globally by enhancing customer experience and providing flexible purchase options like selling as chapters, rentals and customized content. Qbend also provides customized consumer analytics and behavioral data.

Quadrille Publishing Ltd.

Booth: RC86

Co. description: Quadrille Publishing is a publisher of high-quality illustrated nonfiction in the areas of food and drink, health, and beauty, pregnancy and childcare, interiors, crafts, gardening, and gifts.

Quayside Publishing Group/Book Sales

Booth: RC149

Co. description: Quayside Publishing Group represents a dynamic group of imprints dedicated to providing quality and excellence to its readers. Quayside encompasses Cool Springs Press, Creative Publishing International, Fair Winds Press, Motorbooks, MVP Books, Quarry Books, Quiver, Racepoint Publishing, Rockport Publishers, Voyageur Press, Walter Foster Publishing, Zenith Press, Book Sales and Quayside Distribution Services.


Booth: 2942

Co. description: Publishing under the Quercus, MacLehose Press and Jo Fletcher Books imprints, Quercus North America’s fall 2013 launch list includes Pierre Lemaitre’s Alex, Richard North Patterson’s Loss of Innocence, Thursdays in the Park by Hilary Boyd, Frank Schatzing’s Limit, Gregory Hughes’s Unhooking the Moon, Jane Urquhart’s Sanctuary Line, and Roberto Costantini’s The Deliverance of Evil.

Quest Books

Booth: 1331B

Co. description: Imprint of the Theosophical Publishing House, Theosophical Society in America. Distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West. Adult nonfiction: spirituality, Western esotericism, new science, consciousness, world religions, alternative health, and personal growth.

At the booth: Galley giveaway: The Seeker King: A Spiritual Biography of Elvis Presley by Gary Tillery.

Quirk Books

Booth: 2848

Co. description: Quirk Books publishes 25 unconventional books every year. Its bestsellers include the pop culture phenomenons Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It also publishes award-winning cookbooks, craft books, children’s books, and nonfiction on a wide range of subjects.

Rancho Park Publishing

Booth: 701

Co. description: “Translations for Publications”—the company’s specialty since 1988. Rancho Park Publishing has been working with its publishing clients to translate, edit, and typeset publications in all major languages. Its primary focus is the creation of world-class publications for international distribution. It also negotiates translation rights for authors and publishers worldwide.

Random House Inc.

Booth: 2739

Co. description: Adult publishing groups are Crown Publishing Group, the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, and the Random House Publishing Group. The Random House Children’s Books division is the world’s largest publisher of books for young readers.

At the booth: In-booth appearances: Erica Duecy, Storied Sips (Random House Reference, Friday, 4 p.m.); Elizabeth Silver, The Execution of Noa P. Singleton (Crown, Thurs., 3:30 p.m.); Ann Burrell, Own Your Kitchen (Clarkson Potter, Thurs., 4 p.m.); Koren Zailckas, Mother, Mother (Crown, Sat., 11 a.m.).

Random House of Canada Limited

Booth: 2856

Co. description: Random House of Canada Limited is Canada’s largest trade publisher of quality literary and commercial fiction and nonfiction, publishing many of Canada’s most notable authors. It also publishes a number of its authors in the United States as well, including Red Green, Charles (“the Butler”) MacPherson, and Terry Fallis.

Reader’s Digest Trade Publishing

Booth: 2648

Co. description: Reader’s Digest Trade Publishing, a global publisher with world-wide brand recogntion, specializes in gardening, cooking, home repair, health, consumer awareness, and general reference. Reader’s Digest Children’s Books provides books designed to encourage both creative play and reading.


Booth: 1251

Co. description: ReadHowYouWant partners with publishers to provide content in a full range of alternative formats, including large print, downloadable braille and DAISY, e-books and specialized formats for readers with disabilities. RHYW provides sales channel support, and distribution through Amazon, Ingram, and the company’s Web site. RHYW provides publishers with a turnkey solution for complying with disability discrimination legislation and the evolving requirements of the marketplace.

Rebellion Publishing

Booth: 2748

Co. description: Graphic novel, children’s and YA, sf/fantasy publisher. Ravenstone, a new children’s and YA imprint, launches at BEA 2013. Solaris Books is a market leader in bringing exciting sf, epic and urban fantasy, and supernatural writing to a mass audience.

At the booth: John Carter Cash (Lupus Rex) will be at the booth, Saturday, 11 a.m.–noon.

Recorded Books

Booth: 812

Co. description: Recorded Books is a leading provider of library services around the world, and the largest independent producer of unabridged audiobooks and a distributor of other audio products. Over 10,000 titles are narrated by professional award-winning actors. RBdigital from Recorded Books offers digital database services for downloadable audiobooks as well as continuing education courses, software training, online foreign language courses, digital magazines, independent films, and more.

Red Hen Press

Booth: 278

Co. description: Red Hen Press is a nonprofit literary publisher specializing in fiction, literary nonfiction and poetry. It seeks a community of readers and writers. Notable authors include Ron Carlson, David Maine, Percival Everett, Pete Fromm, Andrew Lam, Judy Grahn, Ron Koertge, Eloise Klein Healy, Brian Doyle, Blase Bonpane, Willis Barnstone, Peggy Shumaker, Chris Abani, David Mason, Katharine Coles, John Barr, and Camille Dungy.

At the booth: Advance review copies of fall titles are being given away, as well as some associated promotional items. Plus:customized chocolate bars featuring the covers.

Red Wheel/Weiser, LLC

Booth: 1031

Co. description: Red Wheel/Weiser publishes “books to live by.” Conari Press offers titles on spirituality, personal growth, relationships, women’s interest, and social issues. Weiser Books publishes across the spectrum of occult, esoteric, and New Age subjects. Disinformation Books ranges from conspiracy theory and secret societies to ancient civilizations and current affairs. Distribution clients include Hampton Roads Publishing, Hierophant Publishing, The Witches’ Almanac, Nicolas-Hays/Ibis Press, and more.

At the booth: 46% discount and free freight for all frontlist orders written at the show.


Booth: 1829

Co. description: Redhook is the new commercial fiction imprint of Hachette Book Group, which launched in April 2013.

Regal/Gospel Light

Booth: 2666

Co. description: Regal Books is a religious book publisher. The vision of Regal Books is to publish books and resources that build bridges from the Church to the mainstream by publishing materials that promote a balance of the Word and the Spirit in the lives of individuals; books that are biblically accurate, cutting edge and relevant, aimed at leaders, families, and youth worldwide.

Regent Publishing Services

Booth: 1538

Co. description: Representing the Hong Kong–based book manufacturing industry for over 20 years, packagers and publishers of all sizes have used Regent for CTP, reprographic services, printing, binding, assembly and shipping.

Regnery Kids

Booth: C1688

Co. description: Regnery Kids is an new imprint from Regnery Publishing, offering educational books for kids on topics ranging from American history to science and health. Also from Regnery Publishing, Little Patriot Press titles feature rodents who teach children about America’s history and government.

Regnery Publishing

Booth: 1207

Co. description: Since 1947, Regnery has been the nation’s leading conservative publisher. Regnery publishes books in the fields of current affairs, politics, history, culture and biography. Includes Regnery History and Little Patriot Press imprints. Regnery is distributed by Perseus Distribution Services.

Ringgold Inc.

Booth: DZ2164

Co. description: Ringgold provides data and marketing services for publishers, intermediaries, and librarians. Ringgold’s new service, ProtoView, enhances the discovery of scholarly books and e-books by producing content abstracts and enhanced metadata directly into a wide range of discovery channels. Ringgold is an authority on institutional identification and holds detailed information on over 350,000 institutions.

Ripley Entertainment Inc.

Booth: 2750

Co. description: Ripley Entertainment, Inc., the owner of the world-famous trademark Ripley’s Believe It or Not! As world authority on all that is unbelievable, the company offers its vast archives of the strange and unusual through books, television shows, tourist attractions, merchandise, a motion picture and the worldwide syndication of its daily newspaper cartoon.

River North Editions

Booth: 2527

Co. description: A division of IPG, River North Editions is comprised of distinguished academic and university presses from around the world and offers titles in a broad range of categories, including social sciences, humanities, business and economics. Backed by IPG’s full sales and marketing forces, River North Editions includes both trade discount and short-discount titles and its catalogue is published quarterly.

At the booth: 25 or more backlist earns 50% discount.

RiverStream Publishing

Booth: C780

Co. description: RiverStream is a publisher of young children’s literature and learning materials. Titles are nonfiction and are correlated to the Common Core standards. Titles for libraries, schools, homeschooling, and parents.

At the booth: Discounts as large as 60% and free freight are available.

Rizzoli International Publications

Booth: 2757

Co. description: Rizzoli New York publishes quality illustrated editions on architecture, design, the fine and decorative arts, and lifestyle. Universe Publishing publishes visual books on a variety of popular and cutting-edge subjects. In addition, Rizzoli International Publications distributes an international selection of illustrated publications from Flammarion, Skira, Marsilio, and Hardie Grant Books.

Roaring Brook Press

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Roaring Brook Press is a publisher of high-quality literature for young readers of all ages from toddler to teen. Upcoming books include Mission Planet Earth by Sally Ride and Tam O’Shaughnessy, One Boy by Laura Vaccaro Seeger, Bad Kitty Gets a Bath by Nick Bruel, Punk Rock Etiquette by Travis Nichols, and popup ABC3D by Marion Bataille

Rodale Books

Booth: 1548

Co. description: Rodale is the authoritative source for content in health and wellness, reaching more than 70 million people worldwide via category-leading media properties, including some of the best-known healthy lifestyle magazines. It’s also a leader in direct response marketing, with more than 25 million active customers in its database. Rodale publishes books on health/fitness, cooking, gardening and more. Recent bestsellers include Wheat Belly and The Honest Life.

Romance Writers of America

Booth: 951

Co. description: Stop by the Romance Writers of America booth to learn more about the romance genre and engaging the romance readers in their community.

Rosen Publishing

Booth: 1026

Co. description: Rosen Publishing offers an extensive list of nonfiction paperback titles suitable for museums, parks, and specialty retailers. Library-bound editions, including bilingual publications, graphic nonfiction, and Common Core collections, as well as over 3,500 e-books are also available. Interactive e-books and award-winning online databases for children and young adults will be showcased. Custom editions available.

Rowman & Littlefield

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Rowman & Littlefield is one of the largest and fastest growing independent publishers and distributors in North America. The company publishes under a dozen imprints in virtually all fields in the humanities and social sciences. It publishes over 1,500 academic, reference, professional, and general interest books each year.

Ryland Peters & Small and CICO Books

Booth: 950

Co. description: Ryland Peters & Small and its imprint, CICO Books, produce books on homes and gardens, food and drink, health and well-being, New Age, wedding, babies and kids, as well as a line of stationery and gifts.

At the booth: All orders received at the show will receive an extra 2% discount.

Sage Publications

Booth: RC109

Co. description: Sage Publications is an independent international book and journal publisher in social sciences, technology, and medicine. Corwin Press is the premier publisher of professional learning resources for pre-k–12 educators. CQ Press is the leading publisher of books and directories on American politics, federal and state government, American institutions, campaigns and elections, current events, and world affairs.

Samhain Publishing

Booth: 1347

Co. description: A leading international voice in original e-book fiction, Samhain Publishing features award-winning and bestselling authors in contemporary, paranormal, and historical romance, erotic romance, and horror fiction.

San Francisco Writers Conference

Booth: 763

Co. description: A premier writers’ conference, with educational programs and writing/publishing events. The annual San Francisco Writers Conference at the Mark Hopkins Hotel helps writers get published with the help of top agents, editors, publishers and bestselling authors. The San Francisco Writing for Change event is for nonfiction writers who want their writing to change the world in positive ways. The San Francisco Writers University offers online/live writing education.

Santillana USA Publishing Company

Booth: 1353

Co. description: Spanish-language general trade publisher with U.S. home offices in Miami. Publications include literature and reference materials, including fiction, nonfiction, media tie-ins, health/spiritual, self-help, children’s literature, and reference books.

SCB Distributors

Booth: 2357

Co. description: SCB Distributors is a full-service North American trade book distributor for over 140 independent publishers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia.

Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Booth: 2450

Co. description: A family-owned, independent publisher of high-quality nonfiction books since 1974, Schiffer has published over 5,000 titles on diverse subjects, from antiques and collectibles, arts and crafts, to military history. It has expanded its catalogue to include books on contemporary art and artists; architecture and design; food and entertaining; the metaphysical, paranormal and folklore; and pop and fringe culture; as well as books for children.

Scholastic, Inc.

Booth: 1639

Co. description: Scholastic is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books and a leader in educational technology. Featured imprints: Arthur A. Levine Books, Cartwheel Books, The Chicken House, Graphix, Klutz, Little Scholastic, Little Shepherd, Michael di Capua Books, Orchard Books, Point, PUSH, Scholastic Discover More, Scholastic en español, Scholastic Nonfiction, Scholastic Paperbacks, Scholastic Press, Scholastic Reference™, and The Blue Sky Press.

At the booth: More than two dozen titles will be given away at the booth. In-booth signing: Kazu Kibuishi will be signing limited edition lithographs featuring his new cover art for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Thurs., 10 a.m.).

Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America

Booth: 2625

Co. description: Educating, promoting, advocating and defending the interests of speculative fiction professionals and the genre at large.

Scripta Maneant Srl

Booth: 802

Co. description: Scripta Maneant is a publisher of art, architecture and design books.

Second Story Press

Booth: 2449

Co. description: Ffiction and nonfiction books for adults and children with an emphasis on social justice, strong female characters, and a variety of special interests: children’s empowerment, feminism, disability, First Nations/aboriginal stories, LGBT, and Judaica. In 2013 Second Story celebrates the 10th anniversary of Hana’s Suitcase in the U.S., an award-winning Canadian children’s book.

Self-Counsel Press Inc

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Self-Counsel Press provides business and legal self-help titles, authored by experts, but written in easily understood language.

Self-Realization Fellowship

Booth: RC89

Co. description: Self-Realization Fellowship, founded in 1920 by Paramahansa Yogananda, is the publisher for the complete line of Yogananda’s books and recorded talks, including his bestselling classic, Autobiography of a Yogi.

Shadow Mountain

Booth: 2338

Co. description: Shadow Mountain is a U.S.-based publisher committed to providing content that offers values-based messages for readers of all ages. It has built its reputation on publishing quality children’s fantasy (such as the New York Times bestselling Fablehaven series), but also numbers among its titles bestsellers in the inspiration, fiction, seasonal, history, and business genres. In 2012, it introduced its Proper Romance brand for clean romance novels.

Shambhala Publications Inc

Booth: 2946

Co. description: Independent publisher of books and audio since 1969. For more than 40 years, Shambhala has been publishing books in a range of subjects that include spirituality, health, philosophy, self-help, creativity, literature, and the arts—with a particular emphasis on Buddhism, including the whole spectrum of schools and traditions.

Sharjah Department of Culture & Information

Booth: 921

Co. description: Started in 1982, SWBF promotes reading by providing quality books at good prices. Nearly 1,000 publishers and up to 300,000 visitors. Next fair: Nov. 6, 2013 at Sharjah Expo Centre.

Shindig Inc.

Booth: 2135

Co. description: Shindig is a new platform for large-scale video chat events. Already embraced by hundreds of bestselling authors, DJs and musicians, Shindig is pioneering the next generation of online engagement.

Silver Dolphin Books

Booth: 2020

Co. description: Silver Dolphin Books publishes original high-quality novelty, books-plus and activity-based education books for preschoolers to 12-year-olds.

Silvermine International Books LLC

Booth: 2342B

Co. description: Silvermine International Books represents publishers from all parts of the world in the North American market. As exclusive agent and distributor, Silvermine offers a varied catalogues, including academic, travel, art, history, business, trade, science, engineering, architecture, reference, and Spanish-language publications.

At the booth: Show specials include illustrated titles on Spanish art, Belize, and Lithuanian photography.

Simon & Schuster Inc

Booth: 2638

Co. description: Simon & Schuster, a part of the CBS Corporation, is a leader in the field of general interest publishing, dedicated to providing the best in fiction and nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic, and audio formats. Its divisions include Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing, Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, Simon & Schuster Audio, Simon & Schuster Digital and international companies in Australia, Canada, India and the United Kingdom.

At the booth: Thursday: Doris Kearns Goodwin, Peter Brown, Tim Conway, Lauren Weisberger, Jayne Anne Phillips. Friday: Lisa Unger, Octavia Spencer, James McGuire. Saturday: Chris Matthews.

Sipping Dreams

Booth: S560

Co. description: A family-owned and - operated business in Eugene, Ore.,that offers a tasty sideline: hand-made gourmet chocolate that customers melt in milk or any non-dairy to make a decadent chocolate drink at home. Three flavors: Simply Chocolate, Peppermint Snap, and World Spice. Additionally, it has gift boxes and tins that include recipe cards.

Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.

Booth: 1920

Co. description: Since 2006, Skyhorse has been committed to a broad mix of books. Its core categories include outdoor sports, adventure, nature, and country living, with a dose of politics, true crime, history and military history, reference, and humor. Its imprints cover books for children, sports fans, and creative professionals. Imprints include Sky Pony Press, Arcade Publishing, Allworth Press, Sports Publishing, and Gary Null Publishing.

At the booth: Galley giveaway: We Were There: Revelations from the Dallas Doctors and Nurses Who Attended to JFK on November 22, 1963 by Allen Childs.

Sleeping Bear Press

Booth: C1585

Co. description: Sleeping Bear Press is dedicated to producing distinctive books with content that will spark children’s interest and encourage reading.

At the booth: Dana Sullivan, author/illustrator of Ozzie and the Art Contest (Thurs., 11 a.m.). Sullivan will do original drawings at the book for visitors. Giveaway: 20 copies of Ozzie and 50 copies of Making a Paper Airplane and Other Paper Toys (from Cherry Lake Publishing).Free freight with orders of $150.


Booth: DZ2175C

Co. description: Slicebooks is a cloud-based tool for publishers to quickly slice e-books into stand-alone e-chapters and sections. Slices can be remixed via a drag and drop Web interface to create customized e-books.

At the booth: New Slicebooks accounts receive a free 30-day trial.

Small Demons

Booth: 1510

Small Press United

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Small Press United provides high-quality sales and distribution services to small publishers of print and electronic books. A division of IPG, SPU works closely with key retailers and wholesalers in the book trade to bypass traditional long lead times and bring titles to the market quickly. SPU also announces new titles throughout the year rather than seasonally. SPU’s goal is to help publishers maximize sales as well as reduce risk and unnecessary expense.

At the booth: 25 or more backlist earns 50% discount.

Small World Creations Ltd.

Booth: 1179

Co. description: Small World Creations is a packager for children’s books for the international co-edition market. It specializes in novelty and early-learning books for the under-fives.

Smithsonian Books

Booth: 2945

Soho Press

Booth: 2847

Co. description: Soho Press, an independent press established in 1986, publishes literary fiction and nonfiction. The Soho Crime imprint focuses on crime fiction in translation or set abroad. Soho Press has published books by Edwidge Danticat, Matt Bell, Cara Black, Lena Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis, Peter Lovesey, Stuart Neville, Robert Hellenga, Colin Cotterill, Susan Richards, Garth Stein, Stephen Fry, Jacqueline Winspear, Dolores Phillips, and Hugh Laurie.

Sol 90 Publishing

Booth: 2133

Co. description: Sol 90 Publishing specializes in the creation and development of quality illustrated reference and education books.

Solution Tree

Booth: 2245

Co. description: Solution Tree is a provider of educational strategies and tools that improve staff and student performance. Solution Tree products and services include national and regional conferences that bring leading-edge theories and best practices to educational professionals; innovative publishing of research-based books and videos; and inspired, customized professional development for schools and districts.

Sophia Corporation

Booth: 630

Co. description: Sofia Publishing isa book discoverability tool for retailers and publishers. Sophia’s patented semantic approach automatically matches online content to books of reader interest, without key words. With this digital version of the store-front book promotion, Sophia expands the book publishers’ reach throughout the online universe and drives readers to relevant book purchases.

Sounds True Publishing

Booth: 1543

Co. description: Sounds True is an independent multimedia publishing company, based in Boulder, Colo., with over 1,000 titles in spoken-word audio, books, music, DVDs, interactive learning kits, and online courses. Its collection focuses on personal healing and spiritual transformation, featuring titles by many of the leading spiritual teachers, authors, and visionary thinkers of our time. As exclusive distributor of the Relaxation Company, Sounds True is also an industry leader in benefit-oriented wellness music.

At the booth: Free freight, plus three free products on orders placed at the show.

Sourcebooks Inc.

Booth: 829

Co. description: Sourcebooks is one of the leading independent publishers in the U.S. with a wide variety of genres, including fiction, romance, children’s, YA, and college-bound titles. The company is committed to exploring every publishing platform and creating new publishing models. Sourcebooks publishes over 300 new titles each year, and is honored to have 38 New York Times bestsellers.

At the booth: In-booth signings: David Adler, Danny’s Doodles (Thurs., 10 a.m.); Dianne Dixon, The Book of Someday (Thurs., 1 p.m.); CJ Lyons, Broken (Thurs., 3 p.m.); Jessica Lange, It Is About a Little Bird (Friday, 10 a.m.); Cathie Pelletier, The One-Way Bridge (Friday, 1 p.m.); Mari Mancusi, Scorched (Friday, 3 p.m.).

Spain-Federation of Spanish Publishers’ Guilds

Booth: 1142

Co. description: The FGEE represents the Spanish Publishing Sector. The aims of the FGEE are to represent, manage, enhance, and defend the general interest of the Spanish publishing sector on a national, European, and international level.

Spanish Publishers LLC

Booth: 1350

Co. description: U.S. bestsellers in Spanish and bestselling Hispanic authors in all categories, including general adult trade, children, personal growth, alternative health, metaphysical and esoteric, spirituality, sexuality, biographies and memoirs, parenting and family, number puzzles, and nonfiction.

Spencer Hill Press

Booth: 2567

Co. description: Spencer Hill Press is an independent publishing house that specializes in sci-fi, urban fantasy, and paranormal romance for teens and young adults.

Springer Publishing Company

Booth: 1056

Co. description: Springer Science+Business Media is a global publishing company publishing books, e-books, and peer-reviewed journals in science, technical, and medical (STM) publishing. Springer also hosts a number of scientific databases, including SpringerLink. Springer has more than 60 publishing houses, more than 7,000 employees, and around 2,000 journals; it publishes 7,000 new books each year. Springer has major offices in Berlin, Heidelberg, Dordrecht, and New York City.

At the booth: 40% discount and free freight, 30-unit minimum.

St. Martins

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Founded in 1952 by Macmillan in London, St. Martin’s Press is one of the largest publishers in America. From its home in the Flatiron Building in New York, St. Martin’s publishes books under four imprints including St. Martin’s Press, St. Martin’s Paperbacks, Griffin, Minotaur, and Thomas Dunne Books.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Louise Penny, How the Light Gets In (Minotaur, Friday, 10:30 a.m.).

Stackpole Books

Booth: 2149

Co. description: Stackpole Books is a trade book publisher with an 80-year history of publishing crafts, outdoors, and history titles. Strong in fly fishing, nature guides and military history, it publishes deep in its niche areas and is building a craft line to include glass, paper, and needlecrafts. Stackpole publishes 100 new titles a year plus two craft magazines and a backlist of 1,500 titles and is expanding into the world of e-books while continuing to produce high-quality hardcovers and trade paperbacks.

Star Bright Books

Booth: 380

Co. description: Award-winning books for children of all ages, including board books, picture books, early readers, cultural diversity, and Holocaust-related nonfiction as well as books in 15 languages, including Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Arabic, Farsi, Navajo, Russian, and Haitian Creole.

Steerforth Press/Hanover Publisher Services

Booth: 2744

Co. description: Launched informally in 2010 as a small press distribution unit under independent publisher Steerforth Press, Hanover Publisher Services acts a subcontractor offering a select group of small presses access to the distribution services of Random House Publishers Services. Steerforth itself is a respected general interest publisher of quality fiction and narrative nonficton. Hanover services the following small presses: Campfire,which publishes graphic novels for tweens and teens; New Europe Books,which publishes books from and about Eastern Europe; Archipelago, which publishes classic and contemporary world literature; For Beginners, which publishes documentary comic books.

Steiner Books

Booth: 2244

Co. description: Steiner Books publishes and distributes books on spirituality, psychology, education, religion, and the works of Rudolf Steiner. It distributes Lantern Books, publishers of books on animal advocacy, vegetarianism, and the environment, and Chiron Publications, publishers of books on psychology.

Sterling Publishing

Booth: 957

Co. description: With over 5,000 titles in print and 60 years in business, Sterling’s reputation for publishing quality books comes from a variety of imprints covering educational resources, children’s picture books, puzzles and games, adult fiction, craft and photography, cookbooks, self-help, classics and more.

Stonehenge Designs

Booth: S449

Co. description: Stonehenge Designs is a two-person greeting card company that started in a basement in 1996. It is the creator of the Original Bookmark Card. Each card has a detachable bookmark. Today, the company works out of a studio nestled in the historic Corbett neighborhood in Portland, Ore. Its greeting card lines are now sold in over 2,000 stores.

At the booth: Title: Free shipping for orders $200+. Also, Stonehenge is holding a raffle for a free $200 order of cards at the booth.

Storey Publishing

Booth: 839

Co. description: Storey Publishing is a leading publisher of books for country living with a focus on gardening, cooking, building, nature, horsemanship, animal husbandry, crafts, and home reference books. Distributed to the trade by Workman.

At the booth: In-booth signings: Nicole Smith, Skirt-a-Day Sewing (Thurs, 11:30 a.m.); Ellen Zachos, Backyard Foraging (Thurs., 2:30 p.m.); John Holl, The American Craft Beer Cookbook ( Friday, 2:30 p.m.).

Booth: W474

Co. description: Showcasing international award-winning authors and self-published authors.

Summit University Press

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Summit University Press has been publishing books in the fields of spirituality and personal growth since 1975. A wide selection of its titles have been translated into a total of 32 languages. Summit University Press Español was created in 2012 to bring our titles to Hispanic readers worldwide. Its newest titles are part of the Gardens of the Heart Inspirational and Self-Help series.

Sunbury Press

Booth: 2347B

Co. description: Sunbury Press, headquartered in Mechanicsburg, Pa., is a publisher of trade paperback and digital books featuring established and emerging authors in many fiction and nonfiction categories. Sunbury’s books are printed in the U.S. and sold through leading booksellers worldwide.

Swedenborg Foundation Inc

Booth: 2349

Co. description: The Swedenborg Foundation publishes the original works of Emanuel Swedenborg and other works that are influenced by and related to these original works. The press also publishes a line of body, mind and spirit titles dealing with spiritual growth, health and healing, death and dying and psychology.

Swordpen Publishers

Booth: 865

Symposium Books Wholesale

Booth: R413

Co. description: Symposium Books Wholesale U.S. and U.K. carries a wide selection of overstock from the finest publishers in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and the Continent.


Booth: 1109A

Co. description: Publisher of works of an innovative or experimental nature in the genres of drama, poetry, fiction, First Nations history and sociology, literary criticism, and social criticism. It publishes English translations of Canadian authors writing in French.

At the booth: +3% for returnable and nonreturnable retailers.

Tandem Edicions

Booth: 1142

Co. description: Tandem Edicions was created in Valencia in 1990. The project’s main objective was to publish quality books for young children and teenagers with special attention to graphics and creative arts. Over time, the press has created a more diverse catalogue of original titles.

Tanglewood Press

Booth: 1329A

Co. description: Tanglewood Press is a small, independent publisher offering children a variety of quality, kid-centric titles for all ages, from board book through YA. Recent award-winning titles have included Ashfall and Chengli and the Silk Road Caravan, though the press is best known for the classic picture book, The Kissing Hand.

Taschen America

Booth: 1720

Co. description: Taschen, founded in 1980, is one of the most successful fine art book publishers in the world. With its eclectic mix of subject matters, including art, architecture, photography, fashion, travel, lifestyle, classics, and the odd sexy book thrown in for good measure, Taschen has managed to build a faithful international clientele, with its books published in over 20 languages.

Taylor Trade Publishing

Booth: 1125

Co. description: A trade imprint of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group dedicated to publishing books on gardening, history, entertainment, sports, health, cookbooks, self-help and Texana. It also publishes a variety of children’s books. Distributed by National Book Network.


Booth: S438

Co. description: A 2012 Best Toys for Kids winner, Tenzi is on a roll, literally: come to the booth and roll the dice.

At the booth: Free freight on all orders placed at the show for immediate shipment.

Texas Bookman

Booth: R607

Co. description: Celebrating 30 years of trade and scholarly remainders as well as reprints from around the world, Texas Bookman specializes in the visual and performing arts, literary studies, history, science, children’s, cooking, crafts, as well as a line of new stationery.

Thames & Hudson

Booth: 1920

Co. description: Renowned international publisher of illustrated books on art, architecture, decorative arts, design, fashion, photography, travel, history, archaeology, and natural history, as well as books for children.

The Taunton Press

Booth: 1257

Co. description: The Taunton Press has been a trusted source of valuable information and inspiration on the house and home, including home building and design, gardening, woodworking, fiber arts, and cooking since 1975. Millions of professionals and consumers purchase Taunton’s books, magazines, and DVDs and use its Web sites to improve their skills and expand their horizons. Taunton Press is a privately held multimedia publishing company headquartered in Newtown, Conn.

Theatre Communications Group

Booth: 1105A

Co. description: New from TCG: Lincoln, the Screenplay by Tony Kushner; 4,000 Miles and After the Revolution by Amy Herzog; The Happiest Song Plays Last by Quiara Alegria Hudes; The Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, translated by Richard Nelson, Richard Pevear, and Larissa Volokhonsky; An Ideal Theater by Todd London; The Flick by Annie Baker; Chekhov’s Three Sisters and Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark by Lynn Nottage.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Tony Kushner, Lincoln (Friday, 1 p.m.); Amy Herzog, 4000 Miles and After the Revolution (Thurs., 1 p.m.).

Thomas Nelson Publishers

Booth: RC105

Co. description: Thomas Nelson, part of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, is a world leading provider of inspirational content, including award-winning Bibles, books, gift books, cookbooks, curriculum, and digital content.

Thunder Bay Press

Booth: 2020

Co. description: Thunder Bay Press publishes creatively designed and highly illustrated nonfiction books with broad market appeal.

Tiger Tales

Booth: C1478

Co. description: Tiger Tales has recently expanded its publishing program, adding a new photographic series for babies and children up to age 3; the My First series, which offers an engaging introduction to early concepts, such as colors, numbers, and shapes. Other new formats include anthologies and book and puzzle sets.

At the booth: Free freight on all orders placed during the show!

Timber Press

Booth: 839

Co. description: Timber Press is a Portland, Ore.–based publisher of books on gardening, horticulture, sustainability, and the Pacific Northwest. This season, the press is featuring Seeing Flowers; Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life; Must-See Birds of The Pacific Northwest; and What’s Wrong with My Fruit Garden.

Time Home Entertainment Inc.

Booth: 1738

Tin House Magazine & Books

Booth: 1221A

Co. description: Tin House magazine and Tin House Books publish work by established and emerging writers. A quarterly literary magazine, Tin House features short stories, nonfiction, and poetry. Tin House Books publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

Top Shelf Productions

Booth: 1005

Co. description: Since 1997, Top Shelf Productions has published sophisticated graphic novels for readers young and old, building recognition for comics as a literary art form. Among its award-winning and acclaimed authors are Alan Moore (From Hell), Craig Thompson (Blankets), Jeff Lemire (The Underwater Welder), Jeffrey Brown (Clumsy), and Andy Runton (Owly). At BEA 2013, meet civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis, signing his new graphic memoir March.

Top That ! Publishing

Booth: C1079

Co. description: Top That! Publishing Place is an award-winning publisher of illustrated children’s storybooks, books-plus, nonfiction, adult gift products, and e-books and apps for children aged 0–13 for the international co-edition market. The compnay also creates custom own-brand book and gift products for publishers and retailers around the world.

Tor Books

Booth: 1557

Co. description: Tor Books and Forge Books are imprints of Tom Doherty Associates, LLC. Tor is the pre-eminent publisher of science fiction and fantasy (including graphic novels) in the world. Forge publishes fiction and nonfiction in a variety of genres including Spur-award winning westerns, mysteries, thrillers, womens fiction and historicals.

At the booth: In-booth signings: The Incrementalists by Steven Brust and Skyler White (Thurs., 3:30 p.m.); The Navigator by Michael Pocalyko (Forge, Thurs., 3:30 p.m.); The Dogs of Christmas by W. Bruce Cameron (Forge, Friday, 11:30 a.m.); The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson (Tor Teen, Friday, 3 p.m.).

Trafalgar Square Publishing

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Through IPG, Trafalgar Square Publishing is the leading U.S. distributor of British and Australian publishers, including: Allen & Unwin, Anova Books, Atlantic Books UK, Canongate Books, John Blake, Hachette Ireland, Headline Book Publishing, Hodder & Stoughton, Lion UK, Little Brown Book Group, Little Hare, Macmillan UK, Michael O’Mara Books, Orion Publishing, Pan Macmillan, Random House Australia, Random House UK, Simon & Schuster UK, Tindal Street Press, and Transworld Publishers.

At the booth: An order of 25 or more backlist titles earns 50% off.

Trends International

Booth: 706

Co. description: Trends International has the largest poster, sticker, calendar, paper craft and social stationery operation in North America. Trends recently acquired Sandylion Stickers, a staple in the sticker/scrapbook industry.

TrendyDigital Design

Booth: S341

Co. description: TrendyDigital engages in design and marketing of trendy and stylish electronic products and accessories. Since its inception, TrendyDigital’s product offerings grew rapidly to include accessories for the most popular e-reader and tablet on the market. TrendyDigital’s products have been featured in such publications as the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Trilogy North America

Booth: 926

Co. description: Trilogy Enterprise Systems provides a full range of software and services to meet the complex demands of publishing and related book industries. Modules include Rights, Royalties, Production, Order Entry, Title Management, EDI, Distribution and Integrated WMS and Dynamics GP.

Trinity University Press

Booth: 1230

Co. description: Publishes books about nature, landscape and the environment; architecture and urban studies; literature; and Southwestern regional interest. Distributed by Perseus/Publishers Group West.

TRISTAN Publishing

Booth: 1732

Co. description: Tristan Publishing is home to bestsellers The Next Place, A Cup of Christmas Tea, and I Am Amazed. Its 2013 new releases include Growing Through the Narrow Spots by Ruth Bachman; The Steeple by Warren Hanson; and True Colors by Jodi Hills.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Ruth Bachman (Friday, 1 p.m.).

Tristar Publishing Group

Booth: 490

TSO (The Stationery Office) Ltd.

Booth: 753

Tughra Books

Booth: 1508

Co. description: Tughra publishes books on faith, religion, history and art, particularly on Islamic spirituality and traditions. Its emphasis is on Islam as a religion in its authentic sources, historically and today, in the East and in the West and as practiced by men and women in the mosque, at home, and at work.

Tundra Books

Booth: 2856

Co. description: Tundra’s award-winning books for children of all ages are known for their literary merit and artistic integrity. As part of Random House of Canada, Tundra offers the benefits of a small publisher with the heft of a major house. Its list includes works by Shane Peacock, Susin Nielsen, Marthe Jocelyn, Kyo Maclear, Eric Walters, Richard Scrimger, and Robbie Robertson, among others.

Turn the Page Publishing

Booth: 1733

Co. description: Turn the Page Publishing represents authors with stories of courageous travel through Afghanistan; boomers getting their groove back with New Age spirituality; a dynamic photographic journey with The Boss; and animals helping to heal our hearts.

At the booth: Enter to win a free copy of Bruce Springsteen in Focus 1980–2012.

Turner Publishing Company

Booth: 1267

Co. description: Turner Publishing is an award-winning, general trade publisher of over 2,000 titles, including over 1,000 general interest titles acquired from John Wiley & Sons. Named as one of Publishers Weekly’s fastest growing publishers, Turner produces a wide range of titles in fiction and nonfiction. Distributed by Ingram Publisher Services.

TurtleTech Design, Inc.

Booth: S543

Co. description: The MOVA globe is a world globe that turns gently using solar energy and the earth’s magnetic field. No batteries or wires are required. The MOVA globe floats at a perfect point of balance between gravitational and buoyant forces of the surrounding fluids. Carefully designed to operate in complete silence, the MOVA globe turns at a peaceful and tranquil pace.

At the booth: Free freight on all MOVA Globe orders. No minimum order requirement.

Tuttle Publishing

Booth: 2051

Co. description: Tuttle Publishing, a member of the Periplus Publishing Group, produces high-quality books on cooking, interior design, and architecture, martial arts, travel, language, literature, gardening, and crafts/origami. Founded in Tokyo in 1948 with corporate headquarters located in Vermont, Tuttle strives to publish “books to span the East and West.”

Twin Sisters Productions

Booth: C1178

Co. description: Now celebrating 25 years in business and over 30 million albums sold, Twin Sisters is an award-winning producer of children’s music and books, with more than 160 major awards received.

Tyndale House Publishers

Booth: 1946

Co. description: Tyndale House Publishers, founded in 1962, is the world’s largest privately held Christian publisher of books, Bibles, and digital media. Tyndale has published many New York Times bestsellers. The largest portion of its profits goes to the nonprofit Tyndale House Foundation, which makes grants to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world.

Ulysses Press

Booth: 1231B

Co. description: Named to PW’s list of fastest-growing independent publishers for five of the past six years, Ulysses Press offers trade books on emerging trends and underserved niches. Fall 2013 list includes Functional Cross Training, Prepper’s Workbook, 1990s Coloring Book, Lights Camera Booze, InstaCrafts, Lesbian Sex Positions, Homemade Condiments, Picture Cook, and Sorry I Had Sex on Your Bed.

Unbridled Books

Booth: 1325

Co. description: An independent publisher of commercial literature dedicated to releasing quality fiction and narrative nonfiction, with a special emphasis on new voices.

Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader

Booth: 2020

Co. description: With more than 12 million books in print, the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader series is the longest-running, most popular series of its kind in the publishing industry.

Univenture Inc

Booth: 2566

Co. description: Univenture has been designing and manufacturing packaging for leading companies in the entertainment, software, and publishing industries since 1988. Univenture products have received numerous industry awards for innovation, commitment to customers, sales growth, and environmental consciousness.

University of Chicago Press

Booth: 1939

Co. description: Established in 1891, the University of Chicago Press is the largest American university press. The press publishes approximately 250 books a year and has published over 11,000 books since its founding. Chicago also publishes leading journals and annuals in fields including the humanities and the physical, life, and medical sciences.

University of Hawaii Press

Booth: 647

Co. description: Publisher of books on Hawaii, Asia, and the Pacific.

At the booth: 50% discount off all UH Press titles (excluding distributed titles). No minimum.

University of Illinois Press

Booth: 1750

Co. description: Featured: Chicago Skyscrapers; Chicago River Bridges; Bird: The Life and Music of Charlie Parker; Pretty Good for a Girl: Women in Bluegrass; Southern Soul-Blues; Sons of Westwood: John Wooden, UCLA, and the Dynasty That Changed College Basketball; and William Gibson.

At the booth: In-booth signing: Thomas Leslie, Chicago Skyscrapers (Thurs., 1 p.m.); 47% discount on orders taken during BEA show.

University of Minnesota Press

Booth: 1544

Co. description: Trade and scholarly titles in cultural studies, film and media, art and architecture, African American, Native American, lesbian/gay studies, and regional interest.

University of Nebraska Press

Booth: 820

Co. description: Founded in 1941, the University of Nebraska Press is a scholarly and general interest press that publishes 175+ new and reprint titles annually under the Nebraska and Bison Books imprints, along with 21 journals. It is the largest and most diversified university press between Chicago and California, with more than 3,000 books in print.

University of Pennsylvania Press

Booth: RC108

Co. description: Publisher of trade and scholarly books in the social sciences and humanities.

University of Virginia Press

Booth: 1747

University Press of New England

Booth: 2362

Co. description: UPNE is an award-winning consortium press that includes Brandeis University Press, Dartmouth College, Northeastern University Press, and University of New Hampshire Press. Together, they publish trade and scholarly books. UPNE Book Partners is the distribution arm that represents fine presses, including Wesleyan University Press, Cadent Publishing, Bauhan Publishing, Peter Randal Publishers, CavanKerry Press, Gordian Knot Books, Four Way Books, NightBoat, Saturnalia, Sheep Meadow Press, and Chaucer Press.

Uptown Authors Stage

Booth: 268

U.S. Dept of Commerce

Booth: 644

Co. description: The U.S. Commercial Service Global Publishing Team is the publishing industry’s primary export resource and should be a publisher’s first point of contact when looking to sell internationally. Its team of domestic and international trade specialists located throughout the U.S. and in embassies overseas can help publishers sell international rights and find publishing partners overseas.

U.S. Games Systems Inc

Booth: 711

Co. description: U.S. Games ofers specialty card decks and award-winning family games. Featuring a new series—Special Ops—and new card games. Its inspirational line incluldes a wide range of classic and contemporary tarot decks, notably: Rider-Waite, Crowley-Thoth, Ghosts & Spirits & Dreaming Way. New Oracle decks by popular artists include Jody Bergsma’s Magical Times Empowerment Cards, Kim Dreyer’s Conscious Spirit Oracle, and Kris Waldherr’s Sacred Word Oracle.

At the booth: Free freight at $150 with an additional 3% off at $300, escalating to 9% off at $900.

U.S. Media Partners

Booth: R402

Co. description: Wholesaler of remainders and hurts from leading publishers.

USA Pavilion

Booth: 1251

Co. description: A collective of individual stands representing all segments of the U.S. publishing industry, book trade, and electronic sectors with many attending executives. The USA Pavilion is organized by the American Collective Stand and the Combined Book Exhibit at the following fairs: Frankfurt Book Fair, London Book Fair, Bologna Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair, Taipei Book Fair, Sharjah Book Fair and participation at BookExpo America and the American Library Association.


Booth: S448

Co. description: V-CUBES: the puzzle cube reinvented. A unique internal design is patented in over 50 countries and is currently available in sizes various sizes.

At the booth: Free shipping on all orders of any size.

Veronica Lane Media

Booth: 676

Co. description: Veronica Lane Books showcases the bestselling What Is? children’s book series by Etan Boritzer on the difficult subjects children want to discuss. Wide-ranging topics on character education and values with themes of tolerance and diversity throughout are presented.


Booth: 1142

Co. description: Videocinco is the Spanish publishing company leader in the professional beauty books market. High- quality finished books and DVDs. It also has some titles in English.

VIP Learning

Booth: 476

Co. description: A source of audiovisual learning materials in Spanish, English, Chinese, and Portuguese. Subject areas cover agriculture, apparel and fashion, automotive, beauty, health, computers, culinary arts, education, arts, languages, electronics, refrigeration, and welding. Content-rich DVDs with step-by-step procedures will help to develop lifelong skills of individuals. More than 54 years helping libraries, schools, and students.

At the booth: 30% on all orders placed at the show; free freight in the U.S.

Visible Ink Press

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Visible Ink Press informs and entertains with its highly praised reference titles. Fall 2013 adds Real Encounters, Different Dimensions and Otherworldy Beings by Brad Steiger. Science and history-buffs (and novices) may welcome The Handy Chemistry Answer Book, The Handy Astronomy Answer Book, 3rd Ed., and The Handy African American History Answer Book. Also featured: Conspiracies and Secret Societies, African American Almanac, and Black Firsts.

Vital Source, Inc.

Booth: 1057

Co. description: Vital Source Technologies is an e-textbook platform used in higher education. With relationships with 300 of the best-known publishers and three million registered users on 6,000 campuses in 200 countries and territories worldwide, the platform is designed to support learning and built to scale for dramatic growth.

Vook Inc.

Booth: DZ1971B

Co. description: Vook has created an innovative technology solution where all forms of media come together in an end-to-end e-publishing tool. With the vast migration of text to a digital format, Vook is able to provide enhancements, easy styling tools, automatic distribution, and sales tracking so users can create and sell a new generation of great looking e-books.

V-Prompt E-Services Private Limited

Booth: DZ1761

Co. description: V-Prompt offers a wide range of content, production, and digitization services for books, journals, research papers, and other documents in both STM and non-STM domains. V-Prompt partners with clients in content-rich business verticals to reduce IT and business process costs, providing composition services that employ a variety of automated tools as well as content transformation to XML/SGML/HTML, PDF conversion, scanning/OCR, data entry, Web site design, and development.

Waterford Press

Booth: 2527

Co. description: Waterford Press produces simplified reference guides that introduce novices to nature, outdoor recreation, science, travel, and languages. Its pocket-sized folding guide series has 450+ titles. 2013 feature series includes Sharks with the notable JeffCorwinConnects.

Welcome Rain Publishers LLC

Booth: 1125

Co. description: Featured titles: London: Hidden Interiors, the third of a series of photography books edited by Philip Davies; A Couple of Blaguards by Malachy and Frank McCourt; and the Michelle Obama Fashion Calendar.

Weldon Owen Publishing

Booth: 2656

Co. description: Weldon Owen’s falltitles include the latest in its bestselling Manuals series: Total Motorcycling Manual, Deer Hunters’ Manual, and the 10th anniversary edition of Total Outdoorsman Manual. Also: two major chef titles, Collards & Carbonara and Sorella Means Sister and two interactive titles with the Exploratorium Museum.

White Star/De Agostini

Booth: 802

Co. description: White Star’s publications cover a wide range of subjects, including art, architecture, archaeology, gift books, food and drink, music, nature and wildlife, photography, sport, and travel. There has also been a growth of co-editions, distributed in over 40 countries, rising to a total of over 600 titles. White Star is present in Germany under the label White Star Verlag, and in France under the name Éditions White Star. As of January 2013 White Star merged with De Agostini Libri.

John Wiley & Sons Inc

Booth: 1839

Co. description: Wiley is a global publishing company that specializes in academic publishing and markets its products to professionals and consumers, students and instructors in higher education, and researchers and practitioners in scientific, technical, medical, and scholarly fields. The company produces books, journals, and encyclopedias, in print and electronically, as well as online products and services, training materials, and educational materials for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students.

Wisdom Publications

Booth: 1332B

Co. description: Wisdom Publications is the leader in authentic contemporary and classic Buddhist works. It is a nonprofit ecumenical publisher of Buddhist books and spiritual titles grounded in the time-tested methods.


Booth: 2526

Co. description: WND Books is the publishing division of, an independent news site. Founded in 2002 by WND’s Joseph and Elizabeth Farah, WND Books made an immediate impact with its first New York Times bestseller, Michael Savage’s The Savage Nation. Distributed to the trade by Midpoint Trade Books.

Woodland Media

Booth: 1729

Co. description: Global Logistics is provider of services to the media and publishing community.

Wordsworth Classics

Booth: R302

Co. description: Wordsworth Classics features over 400 of the world’s timeless works of literature. Outstanding quality and aggressive pricing make these masterpieces compare favorably to other classic lines. Wordsworth specializes in world classics, reference, children’s, poetry, and mystery.

At the booth: 99 classics and/or children’s classics for $199.

Workman Publishing Co., Inc.

Booth: 839

Co. description: Workman Publishing, founded in 1968, is an independent publisher of adult and juvenile trade books, as well as the Original Page-a-Day Calendars. Bestsellers include the What To Expect Series, BrainQuest, Steven Raichlen’s Barbecue! Bible cookbooks, Boynton on Board boardbooks, Fandex, Scanimation, the 1,000…Before You Die series, The Cake Mix Doctor cookbooks, Bananagrams! books and calendars and more.

Booth: 962

Co. description: Online marketplace of publishing services for those looking to self-publish.

Xulon Press

Booth: 1603

Co. description: Xulon Press is a Christian owned and operated publisher of Christian books.

Yale University Press

Booth: 1943

Co. description: Yale University Press is one of the largest and most distinguished American university presses, dedicated to publishing in a wide range of disciplines. Recent bestsellers include: The Richard Burton Diaries, edited by Chris Williams; A Rich Spot of Earth by Peter J. Hatch; Jews and Words by Amos Oz and Fania Oz-Salzberger; Sister Citizen by Melissa Harris-Perry; and Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty (dist. for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York).

At the booth: 48% discount on trade and scholarly titles.

The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center

Booth: 1511

Co. description: The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Centre is a new Russian noncommercial organization directed at promoting the development of the Institute of Presidency in the Russian Federation. Presidential Center is the socio-cultural organization that includes museum, exhibition and discussion center, a branch of the Boris Yeltsin’s Presidential library, the Center for informational and educational activities and expertise.

Your Expert Nation, Inc.

Booth: 492

Co. description: A full-service marketing firm built for today’s direct-to-consumer times. Whether it’s food, fiction, history, science, business, social media, publicity, Web design, adult children’s books, Your Expert Nation has category experts to work on campaigns.

Zagat Survey

Booth: 1307

Co. description: Zagat Survey is the world’s leading provider of consumer-based leisure content. Best known for publishing bestselling restaurant guide books for cities including New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco and Chicago, Zagat Survey has expanded to cover hotels, nightlife, family travel, shopping, movies, golf, and music.

Zola Books

Booth: 1139

Co. description: New York–based Zola Books is an integrated open-platform social book retail site. Zola empowers readers to connect with writers, publishers, independent booksellers, and tastemakers in a dedicated bookselling and book-buying community. It brings readers news, reviews, up-to-the-minute social media posts, and access to the writers that readers love most. Zola also offers a variety of exclusive original content and new e-book editions of backlist titles.


Booth: RC106

Co. description: Zondervan, part of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, is a leading Bible publisher and provider of Christian communications, meeting the needs of people with resources that glorify Jesus Christ and promote biblical principles.