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    Melville House is an independent publisher specializing in novellas and known for its fiction. They have an office in Brooklyn, NY and London UK

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    Publishes 300 hardcover and 150 paperback books each year. Their series include the Yale Series of Younger Poets, Yale Drama Series, Anchor Yale Bible Series, Future of American Democracy Series, Lamar Series in Western History, and the Terry Lectures Series.

    Yale University Press: Publisher of Trade and Academic Books

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    Workman publishes nonfiction, calendars, audio books, and ebooks. Its imprints include Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Artisan, HighBridge Audio, Storey Publishing, Timber Press. They distribute Black Dog & Leventhal, Greenwich Workshop Press, Fearless Critic Media, and The Experiment.

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    John Wiley and Sons publishes academic texts, reference materials (including an online library), and travel guides. Their Webster’s New World Dictionary and For Dummies series are especially well known.

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    Publishes academic and trade books as well as journals. They also have distribution services. Their book The Chicago Manual of Style is very well known. University of Chicago Press is the largest university press in the US.

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    (Also called T) was founded in 1949 and publishes books on the visual arts. Their best known books are their World of Art series.

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    Publisher of nonfiction, founded in 1949. Sterling has published over 5,000 books and its imprints include: Sterling (flagship), Sterling Children’s (kids), Sterling Ethos (self-help), Sterling Innovation (humor and current events) Lark Crafts (crafts), Lark Photography (photography), Hearst Books (lifestyle magazines), Puzzlewright Press (games), Union Square Press (nonfiction), Ecosystem (journals, planners, notebooks), Sterling Epicure (food and wine), Flashkids (flash cards).

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    An independent publishing house founded in 1933. They publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry, travel books, and cookbooks.

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    Sourcebooks publishes under the following imprints: Sourcebooks (flagship imprint), Sourcebooks Casablanca (romance), Sourcebooks Fire (young adult), Sourcebooks Jabberwocky (children's), Sourcebooks Landmark (fiction), Sourcebooks MediaFusion (digital, audio), Sphinx Publishing (self-help law), and Cumberland House (gift books).

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    Makes educational books for children. Scholastic also produces magazines, puts on book fairs, promotes book clubs. They own the U.S. publishing rights for famous books such as Harry Potter and The Hunger Games.

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    Founded in 1930 and the publisher of health and fitness books, magazines, and Rodale.com.

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    Owned by RCS Media Group and founded in 1974. They produce books on topics including architecture, fashion, film, food, interior design, photography, and theater. They also publish fiction and nonfiction.

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    A general interest magazine containing stories, jokes, and recipes. Founded in 1922 and owned by the Reader’s Digest Association.

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    Publishes unusual pop culture, humor, and gift books meant to be eye catching. They are best known for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and their series of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbooks.

    Home | Quirk Books : Publishers & Seekers of All Things Awesome

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    Formed in 2004, Quayside Publishing Group includes the following imprints: Cool Springs (gardening and domestic arts), Creative Publishing int'l (how-to), Fair Winds (illustrated trade paperbacks), Motorbooks (cars), MVP (sports and fitness), Quarry (reference books for hobbies), Quiver (sex and sexuality), Race Point (illustrated books), Rockport (design and craft books), Voyageur (books and calendars), Walter Foster (instructional art books), and Zenith (military, space, current events).

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    Publisher of books on visuals arts. They produce books on topics including architecture, fashion, film, food, interior design, photography, and theater. They also publish nonfiction and illustrated children’s books.

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    Owned by Perseus LLC and established in 1996. Perseus’ imprints include Avalon Travel, Basic Books, Basic Civitas, Beast Books, DaCapo, Nation Books, Running Press, Public Affairs, Seal Press, Weinstein Books, Westview, and Vanguard Press.

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    Owned by the University of Oxford and best known for their Oxford English Dictionary. OUP is the world’s largest university press and publishes journals and academic, trade, and reference works.

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    An independent publishing house established in 1971. Overlook produces about 100 books ever year on a wide variety of topics, in both hardback and paperback.

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    O’Reilly Media (formerly O'Reilly & Associates) produces books on technology. The company also gives conferences and publishes websites on the same topic. Their best known books feature exotic animals on their covers.

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    Best known for their anthologies, Norton also publishes textbooks, trade books, and critical editions of classic works.

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    McGraw-Hill Education is an educational publisher that produces books in the following four areas: Pre-K to 12, Assessment, Higher Education, and Professional. The publisher began in 1899 as the McGraw Publishing Company.

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    The only American independent publisher of mass market paperback, trade paperback, and hardcover books. Kensington’s imprints include Zebra (their flagship imprint), Brava, Pinnacle, Citadel, Aphrodisia, Dafina, and KTeen.

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    Publisher of adult and children’s books as well as educational materials (such as textbooks and reference books).

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    Hay House was founded in 1987 and publishes self-help books under the following imprints: New Beginnings Press, Princess Books, Smiley Books, and Balboa Press.

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