Cheltenham [United Kingdom]
A Small independent British publisher specialising in literary fiction, drama and poetry, advanced horticulture and the esoteric. Its niche sits somewhere just below the parapet of mainstream publishing, where it is nicely placed to issue gems of quality writing which may have slipped below the radar of bigger publishers.
Cambridge [United Kingdom]
The Lutterworth Press is one of the oldest independent British publishing houses. We have been trading since the late 18th Century, and have built up a worldwide reputation for publishing books of high quality by authors of distinction. Since 1984 it has been associated with James Clarke & Co., a long-established British academic publisher specialising in the areas of History, Philosophy, and theology, as well as in reference material.
Oxford [United Kingdom]
Academic books on Africa and the Caribbean. History, politics, archaeology and anthropology, economics and development studies, philosophy, literary criticism and women's studies.
Tavistock [United Kingdom]
Publishers of the literary criticism series 'Writers and their Work ( in association with the British Council)which presents studies of more than 180 of the central figures of world lierature with many more commissioned. In addition we have a small list in the fields of education and education management and educational dance and drama.
Woodbridge [United Kingdom]
Publishers of academic studies, notably medieval history and literature, military, religious and modern history, Arthurian literature and African studies, with growing trade list on medieval life, modern history and English classical music.