Publishers in London, United Kingdom:

Displaying 21 to 30 of 346 British publishing companies in the city of London, United Kingdom.

346 publishing companies in the city of London, United Kingdom. [ Page 3 of 35 ]

Pearson

London, United Kingdom

International media company with education, business information, and consumer publishing businesses. We are the world's leading learning company, with 40,000 employees in more than 80 countries helping people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives. We provide a range of education products and services to institutions, governments and direct to individual learners, that help people everywhere aim higher and fulfil their true potential. Our commitment to them requires a holistic approach to education. It begins by using research to understand what sort of learning works best, it continues by bringing together people and organisations to develop ideas, and it comes back round by measuring the outcomes of our products.

evo Publications

London, United Kingdom

evo is the world’s leading sports, performance and premium car magazine brand. Devoted to the ‘thrill of driving’, evo puts the reader behind the wheel of the most exciting cars in the world with professional car reviews, exciting adventures and dynamic group tests. Up-to-date news, opinion, technology and buying guides complete the evo proposition. evo magazine was launched in the UK in November 1998, but since then has become a truly global brand with 16 licensed editions.

London Review of Books

London, United Kingdom

Since 1979, the London Review of Books has stood up for the tradition of the literary and intellectual essay in English. Each issue contains up to 15 long reviews and essays by academics, writers and journalists. There are also shorter art and film reviews, as well as poems and a lively letters page. A typical issue moves through political commentary to science or ancient history by way of literary criticism and social anthropology. So, for example, an issue can open with a piece on the rhetoric of war, move on to reassessing the reputation of Pythagoras, follow that with articles on the situation in Iraq, the 19th-century super-rich, Nabokov’s unpublished novel, how saints got to be saints, the life and work of William Empson, and an assessment of the poetry of Alice Oswald.

The Spectator

London, United Kingdom

The Spectator was established in 1828, and is the oldest continuously published magazine in the English language. The Spectator’s taste for controversy, however, remains undiminished. There is no party line to which our writers are bound – originality of thought and elegance of expression are the sole editorial constraints. The result, week after week, is that the best British journalists, critics, authors and cartoonists turn out their best work, to produce an extraordinarily wide-ranging title.

Penguin Group UK

London, United Kingdom

Imprints and agencies include Penguin, Dorling Kindersley, Viking, Hamish Hamilton, Allen Lane, Michael Joseph, Fig Tree, Puffin, Frederick Warne, Ladybird, BBC Children's, Penguin Audio, Alastair Sawday, Rough Guides.

Orbit Books

London, United Kingdom

Orbit is a leading publisher of Science Fiction and Fantasy, with imprints in the UK, US and Australia. We publish across the spectrum of Science Fiction and Fantasy - from action-packed urban fantasy to widescreen space opera; from sweeping epic adventures to near-future thrillers. Established in 1974, Orbit UK is the British publisher of many of the biggest names in modern SF, such as Iain M. Banks, Ken Macleod and Charles Stross. Our fantasy authors include international bestsellers Terry Brooks, Trudi Canavan, Robert Jordan and Tad Williams, as well as many new stars of the genre, such as R. Scott Bakker, Karen Miller, Brian Ruckley and K.J. Parker. Over recent years, we have also built an acclaimed list of urban fantasy fiction, with authors such as Kelley Armstrong, Mike Carey and Laurell K. Hamilton. We publish approximately 80 titles each year and we are the biggest Science Fiction and Fantasy imprint in the UK. Orbit UK is an imprint of Little, Brown Book Group.

The Bookseller

London, United Kingdom

The Bookseller is the leading trade publication for the industry. The Bookseller has been the business magazine of the book industry since 1858; incorporating the even earlier Bent's Literary Advertiser, established in 1802. It is one of the UK’s longest-standing magazines. The Bookseller has reported on every significant book trade event from the launch of George Eliot's Mill on the Floss in 1860, Allen Lane’s launch of the paperback, the demise of the Net Book Agreement in 1995 and today’s Amazon-led competitive struggles. It is based in London and privately owned.

Commonwealth Secretariat

London, United Kingdom

The Commonwealth Secretariat publishes a range of material on issues of concern to Commonwealth member countries and other interested parties, including economics, education, gender equality, health, human rights, law, public administration, trade and international development.

BBC Children's Books

London, United Kingdom

BBC Children's Books, published by Penguin Group UK, represents children's character brands. Formats include storybooks, activity books, lift-the-flap books, jigsaw puzzle books and many more.

Hay House Publishers UK

London, United Kingdom

Self-help, lifestyle and mind, body & spirit publishers selling inspirational books, card packs and gifts worldwide. Best-selling authors include Louise L. Hay, Doreen Virtue, Wayne Dyer and Gordon Smith.

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