Founded in 1911, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Company is an independent publisher of religious books, from academic works in theology, biblical studies, religious history and reference to popular titles in spirituality, social and cultural criticism, and literature. Eerdmans
also publishes quality children's books under its imprint, Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
Founded in 2005 by Sandro Ferri and Sandra Ozzola Ferri, Europa Editions
publishes works of literary fiction, high-end mystery and noir, and narrative non-fiction from around the world. The multifaceted catalog comprises of English editions of international literature, fostering dialogue between nations and cultures through literature chosen not only for its ability to entertain and fascinate, but also to inform and enlighten. Many of the publications have received book awards and translation prizes.
is a Toronto-based Canadian publisher which specialises in art and literature. An important area of focus is the promotion of Canadian authors and artists for whom various events are organised, including literary competitions. In 2009 over 50 authors were presented at 25 different events. From mid-April 2010 the internet pages of Exile Editions
and Exile Quarterly
will be merged together and be made accessible via the website address: TheExileWriters.com.
is a New York–based independent publisher of non-fiction founded in 2008. Its name comes from the philosophy that “every book is a test of new ideas", and it publishes titles on subjects including food/cooking, health, psychology/relationships, parenting, popular science, history, biography/memoir, and children’s books.
Books in translation form a significant part of The Experiment’s
list, including many German-language titles such as the 'My Big Wimmelbooks' series and 'Vegan Everything'. It has received Goethe-Institut translation grants for the New York Times bestseller 'My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me' as well as 'How to Love the Universe' and 'The Incredible yet True Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt'.
Faber and Faber
was established in 1929. Right from the beginning poetry was a fundamental feature of the Faber list. Biographies, memoirs, fiction, poetry, political and religious essays, art and architecture monographs, children's books, and pioneering works on environmental issues have also been part of the Faber publishing programme for many years. Faber and Faber
remains one of the last great independent publishing houses in London. With the breadth of its backlist, featuring books by eleven Nobel Peace prize winners and six Booker
prize winners, the company continues to grow steadily. Their publications list includes books by the German language writer Iliya Troyanov.
During the first 20 years of its existence, the Farrar, Straus and Company
publishing house, founded in New York in 1946, bore the name of its founders John C. Farrar and Roger W. Straus. In 1964, the team of directors recruited Robert Giroux. The publishing house was thereupon renamed Farrar, Straus and Giroux
It focused on entertainment literature, non-fiction, poetry as well as youth and children´s literature and has published a wide range of internationally renowned authors over the years, among which Hermann Hesse, T. S. Eliot, Pär Lagerkvist, Eugenio Montale and Elias Canetti. Although itself a sub-company of the Macmillan
publishing group, FSG´s
activity is also divided into theme-specific sub-groups. Faber and Faber Inc
, for instance, mainly publishes titles from the realms of film, theatre and music, while Hill and Wang
specialises in historical and political non-fiction.
Free Scholar Press
is dedicated to the publication of work both scholarly and imaginative by writers not necessarily affiliated with or otherwise supported by conventional intellectual institutions.
ist ein neuer Verlag, der hochwertige Belletristik für eine englischsprachige Leserschaft veröffentlicht. Er hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht sowohl Werke von etablierten Schriftstellern, als auch großartige Debüts, Sammlungen von Kurzgeschichten, vergessene Klassiker sowie übersetzte Romane und Lyriksammlungen zu veröffentlichen. Wie auch das Schwester-Unternehmen Gutter
, Schottlands führende Zeitschrift für Neuerscheinungen, zeichnen sich die Veröffentlichungen von Freights Books
durch einen hervorragenden Schreibstil, gewissenhafte Aufbereitung und eine Präsentation nach höchsten Maßstäben aus.
Frisch & Co. Electronic Books
is a Berlin-based ebook company that focuses on publishing contemporary literature in English-language translation. In partnership with prestigious publishers from around the world - including Suhrkamp Verlag
, Editorial Anagrama
, Edizioni Nottetempo
, Companhia das Letras
, Atlas Contact
, and Natur & Kultur
- Frisch & Co.
seeks to bring innovative and original writing into English for a worldwide audience.
is a relatively new imprint of Pen & Sword Books
, specialising in military history. Its most important area of specialisation is the publication of well-researched and high quality publications which are of interest to the general public as well as to the academic community. A large number of their books are translated into foreign languages such as Polish, Spanish and French, via an international network of publishing partners. In addition to Great Britain and the rest of Europe, the largest markets for these books are to be found in America, Australia and New Zealand.
was founded in 1995 by Robert Hyde, specialising in high quality illustrated books. Amongst other remarkable publications, they’ve published a translated book about Japanese garden design history and an illustrated poem by Leonard Cohen.
broke off its activities for a period of about 10 years due to internal restructuring. However, enthusiasm for Albert Vigoleis Thelen’s work, “Die Insel des zweiten Gesichts” (“The Island of Second Sight”), inspired Robert Hyde to reactivate Galileo by publishing the English translation.
Founded in Berlin in 1995, Gestalten
is best known for its more than 500 books that document and anticipate vital movements in design, illustration, architecture, and typography as well as urban and contemporary art. The publisher generates the topics for the vast majority of the books that it publishs itself and compiles, edits, and designs each publication to be both inspirational and user-oriented.
publications are sold in almost 100 countries through bookstores and museum shops as well as specialty and concept stores.In addition to documenting creativity through our publications, Gestalten has established an international reputation as a think tank and impulse generator for innovative design. Its clients include Design Hotels, Diesel, Distanz, Hatje Cantz, MTV, Nokia, Redbull, Smart, Uniqlo, Volkswagen, and Zumtobel.
For more than two decades, G.P. Putnam’s Sons
has led the publishing industry with more hardcover New York Times bestsellers than any other imprint, and its impressive list of award-winning, bestselling authors is well-known around the world.
Founded in 1838, today G. P. Putnam’s Sons
is an imprint of Penguin Books
In common with Granta magazine, which was founded in 1889 by students at Cambridge University, Granta's book publishing imprint puts literary integrity before commerciality. Its stated aim is to publish work that "stimulates, inspires, addresses difficult questions, and examines intriguing periods of history".
Owner Sigrid Rausing has been vocal about her goal to maintain these standards for both the magazine and the book imprint. Authors recently published by Granta Books include Simon Gray, Michael Collins, Anna Funder, Olga Tokarczuk and Tim Guest.
launched in 2006 as Lerner Publishing Group
’s imprint for graphic novels and publishes both fiction and nonfiction graphic novels for all ages, from beginning readers through young adults. The authors and artists include industry veterans, up-and-coming talents, and webcomic stars.
is a Canadian publisher and distributor. It operates both in Canada and in the United States and focuses on the promotion of children’s and young adult’s books by mainly Canadian authors. Stories about the Canadian natives and marginal social groups are predominant themes. Foreign books that set themselves apart from the rest are also sporadically taken into account.
Since 1998, South American authors have been published by the Imprint Libros Tigrillo
, both in Spanish and in English. Groundwood Book
s prides itself on taking very special care in book production, especially regarding illustration. The publisher’s activities are made considerably easier by the financial support it receives from several cultural institutions as well as the Canadian government.
With a heritage stretching back nearly 200 years, HarperCollins was founded in Glasgow in 1819. In 1990, the business merged with Harper & Row – a company established in New York City in 1817 – to create the HarperCollins worldwide brand. While first publishing bibles, atlases and dictionaries, later HarperCollins grew to release works from some of history’s greatest authors, such as CS Lewis, Agatha Christie, and JRR Tolkien.
Today, HarperCollins UK publishes around 1,000 books a year. Our authors include worldwide bestsellers such as Booker Prize winner Hilary Mantel and George RR Martin. In non-fiction, we publish such luminaries as Max Hastings, Lorraine Pascale and Nigel Slater. The children’s division publishes authors such as Michael Morpurgo, David Walliams and Judith Kerr, alongside all-time classics such as Paddington Bear and Dr Seuss.
HarperCollins was the first trade publisher to digitise their content and create a global digital warehouse, protecting the rights of authors and meeting consumer demand. HarperCollins UK is run by Chief Executive Officer Charlie Redmayne and employs some 900 people in London, Glasgow and Honley.
is an imprint of Random Hous
e. The Random House Group
is one of the largest general book publishing companies in the UK. The Group is based in London and has subsidiary companies in Australia, New Zealand and India, with a joint venture in South Africa called Random House Struik
The Random House Group
distribution business services its own imprints as well as 60 other UK publishers. The publishing group is an independently managed subsidiary of Random House Inc
. in the US, the trade book publishing division of Bertelsmann AG
- one of the world’s largest and most diversified integrated media companies. Harvill Secker’s backlist includes works by the German authors Julia Franck and Walter Moers.
was launched in 2003 when it published the English translation of Sebastian Haffner's biography on Churchill. The London-based publishing company was founded by Barbara Schwepcke, the former publisher of Prospect Magazine.
Barbara Schwepcke was born in Germany, educated at universities in America and England and now publishes English-language editions of biographies on leading international figures, as well as fiction translated from a number of languages including Arabic, Portuguese and German.
Head of Zeus
is an independent publishing house dedicated to new authors, great storytelling and beautiful books. Head of Zeus opened for business on 3 January 2012 and published the first books in July 2012. Its list is a mix of general and literary fiction, genre fiction and non fiction.
is a British publisher based in London. It specialises mainly in literature, in particular the works of lesser-known English and European authors. A new concept offered by this publisher is the publication of books with introductions by famous writers and artists.
Hodder & Stoughton’s
story began in 1868 when it was founded by Matthew Henry Hodder and Thomas Wilberforce Stoughton on Paternoster Row, London. Today Hodder & Stoughton
is a major publisher within Hachette UK, one of the UK’s biggest publishing groups.
It publishes a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles and is renowned delivering bestselling commercial books in many different formats.Alongside outstanding and lasting talents such as Jean M. Auel, Stephen King, Mary Stewart and Elizabeth George, it has discovered a host of exciting new authors such as Jodi Picoult, Sophie Hannah, Chris Cleave and David Nicholls, author of One Day. In 2011 the publisher also welcomed John Grisham to Hodder
continues to publish big non-fiction names such as Sir Ranulph Fiennes, James May, Kirstie Allsopp and Clarissa Dickson Wright and the non-fiction list covers many areas including biography, memoir, sport, humour, health, lifestyle and cookery.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s
beginnings date back to the year 1832, when William Ticknor and James Fields founded their own publishing house. It acquired well published names such as Mark Twain and David Thoreau. In 1880 it united with the Boston based Riverside Press which was led by Henry Houghton and George Mifflin and hence Houghton, Mifflin and Company
was born, making a name for itself over the years as an important publisher of fiction. Names like Philip Roth, Paul Theroux and Willa Cather feature among its authors. It expanded further in 2007 with the acquisition of the renowned publisher Harcourt Education, where Helen and Kurt Wolff had been working as co-editors since the 60s, publishing such prominent names as Günter Grass, Hannah Arendt and Konrad Lorenz. The joint catalogue, which first appeared in 2009, offers around 90 new releases every year, from a wide range of topics. In addition, it offers selected titles in eBook form, children’s and young adult’s books as well as titles from other imprints, such as Clarion Books.
Hyphen Press started out in 1980 with a strong focus on design, and particularly on typography. This publisher looks for work of quality and distinction rather than novelty. Thus their backlist features previously unknown and many international authors in addition to bestsellers such as Norman Potter’s What is a designer. Included amongst the newest publications is a series of reduced format paperbacks which is dedicated to new editions of design classics. In recent years Hyphen Press
has broadened its repertoire to include music published under the name of Hyphen Press Music
I.B.Tauris is an independent publishing house that has pioneered a distinctive approach to the publication of both general non-fiction and new scholarly writing in the humanities and social sciences. It has long been recognized as one of the leading publishers of a range of topics, including the Middle East and the Islamic World, Classics and Ancient History, Film and Visual Culture and Politics and International Relations.
Founded in London in 1983, I.B. Tauris
now publishes more than 300 new books internationally every year and keeps approximately 3,000 books available in either hardcover, paperback or digital editions – or in a combination of these formats.
has central offices in London and linked warehouses on four continents.
is a non-profit publisher of artists' books based in Atlanta and New York. It was founded in 2000 by Jason Fulford and Leanne Shapton and is mainly financed by donations. J&L
produces two to five new books each year of previously unpublished or rarely seen work by contemporary artists such as Amy O'Neill, Jeff Barnett-Winsby and Susanne Kippenberger.
John Beaufoy Publishing Ltd
is a recently established publishing house based in Oxford, England, that specializes in non-fiction. The main subject areas are travel, natural sciences, history, gardening and cooking. Within these categories they specialise in publishing books for travellers, expatriates, naturalists and the indiginous communities of the tropical regions of Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America.
The John Murray publishing house
was founded in 1768 and has a remarkable history. Many notable scientists and inventors chose to be published by Murray and since 1917 the publishing house has built up a list of well-known fiction writers. In 2002 John Murray was sold to Hodder Headline
which has now become part of Hachette UK
's backlist includes translations of works by the German author Claudia Schreiber.
is named after its founder Kenneth Kales. The Carlsbad (California) based publishing house specialises in non-fiction with a focus on history, art and science. It strives to win over the most famous authors for its programme, such as high ranking politicians or Nobel-Prize laureates like Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard. In the same way it chooses its authors, Kales Pres
s greatly values quality in the production process which gives its books an aesthetic bonus. Kales Press
is affiliated to the book publishing company W. W. Norton