New York City [United States]
Publishers of general interest books, college textbooks and professional materials, based in New York City. W. W. Norton is a global company, its familiar seagull logo appearing on books in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and Latin America. Though the Norton of today is international in scope, there is much about the company that would remain recognizable to its founders: the editorial quality of the books, the rigorously anti-corporate style, and above all the shared sense of purpose that flourishes when all employees have a stake in the success of their firm.
Logan [United States]
A leading publisher of teacher & student curriculum materials for grades pre-K through 12. Products cover such content areas as reading, test prep, vocabulary & writing: including an extensive line of hi/lo books for reluctant readers. Founded in 1926.
Seattle [United States]
Publisher of fine esoteric book arts for libraries & laboratories. Trade and limited edition books including subjects such as Alchemy, Western Esotericism, Hermeticism and medieval & reniassance academic works, many in the first English translation.
Walnut [United States]
BLVNP has had vast Internet Success as well as Standard Publishing Success over the years since it was founded in 2003. BLVNP brings to the market a wide range of book genres, across both digital and traditional platforms. We embrace adventurous themes and we aggressively use new techniques and social media profiles to bring readers the entertainment they crave and writers the success they deserve. We collaborate with authors to publish unparalleled and exceptional books. These books will ensure our readers' enjoyment which in turn will contribute to making their lives better. We hope to assist in achieving a stress-free life, to cultivate imagination in children, and to promote fun projects for adults. BLVNP is NOT a vanity press. We believe in giving credit where it is due.
Ventura [United States]
Grace Notes Books is an independent publisher of high quality trade paperbacks, specializing in poetry collections, short fiction or essay collections, and novels. We do not have genre restrictions but we prefer works that seek to combine the art of "literary" writing with the craft of "popular writing". Works with a powerful sense of character, an edgy sense of humor, or a unique perspective will be most likely to grab our attention.
San Francisco [United States]
Plus One Press is a small, independent publisher, representing an alternative approach to the current mainstream publishing model. We strive to be an author-centric house, where our responsibilities are to our authors and their works, rather than necessarily to some product-centric vision of maximized profits. We believe that, by focusing our support on the development of authors, their careers and, most importantly, their voices, we can publish material that doesn't simply cater to the lowest-common-denominator/bestseller market. And that by doing so, we better serve the reading public and our own goals in publishing.
Pittsburgh [United States]
Nite-Writer's International Literary Arts Journal is dedicated to the "emotional intellectual with a creative perception of life."We are open to beginners as well as professionals. *"...the difference between a professional writer and an amateur lies not in the writing profession's external trappings but in the writer's own attitude towards his work."
Aojirouma Publishing is a small company that accepts two to three new authors a year. We keep our catalogue small in order to dedicate an equal amount of our resources to marketing and advertising our authors. Our primary goals are to represent every one of our authors to the fullest extent of our capabilities and revive the prestige of the literary market. Prior to our becoming an in-house publisher, we were a non-profit organization that provided consultation services for new authors - much like that of agents. Aojirouma has since altered its operations to include a wide variety of services.
Seattle [United States]
Book and custom publisher
Portland [United States]
A small, non-profit publisher of fine art, prose, poetry, and photography.