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agement consulting; research and polling
company. Gallup Press exists to educate
and inform the people who govern, manage,
teach, and lead the world’s six billion
Packager and publisher of high-quality,
illustrated books for children, fiction, nonfiction, and religion.
Georgetown Univ. Press
Books in international affairs and human
rights; public policy; ethics; bioethics; religion and ethics; American governance; and
languages and linguistics.
Gibbs Smith publishes books with a focus
on design and architecture books, as well as
cooking, western, holiday, business, children’s, gifts and more.
Globe Pequot is the trade division of
Rowman & Littlefield. The flagship Globe
Pequot imprint remains focused on all
things local, expanding from New England
to cover more of the mid-Atlantic and
South. imprints include Lyons Press, Taylor
Trade, FalconGuides, Down East Books,
TwoDot, and Gooseberry Patch.
Gooseberry Patch has published more than
200 titles and sold more than nine million
books since 1992. Distinctive crowd-sourced cookbooks with recipes, tips, traditions, crafts, and simple how-tos make
loyal collectors. Gooseberry Patch is an
imprint of Globe Pequot.
Graywolf Press is an independent publisher
committed to the discovery and energetic
publication of contemporary American and
international literature. Recently pub-
lished authors include Per Petterson, Mary
Szybist, Vijay Seshadri, Vikram Chandra,
Leslie Jamison, Eula Biss, Claudia Ran-
kine, Maggie Nelson, Tony Hoagland, and
Greystone Books is a publisher of books
about nature and the environment, travel
and adventure, sports and current issues, as
well as books that are literary expressions
of personal passions.
Galleys: Tuco: The Parrot, the Others, and A
Scattershot World by Brian Brett; Slick Water:
Fracking and One Insider’s Stand Against the
World’s Most Powerful Industry by Andrew
Nikiforuk; The Great Soul of Siberia: Passion,
Obsession, and One Man’s Quest for the World’s
Most Elusive Tiger by Sooyong Park; Beyond
Fair Trade: How One Small Coffee Company
Helped Transform a Hillside Village in Thailand by Mark Pendergrast; That Lonely
Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of
a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away by
Grove Atlantic is an independent publisher
of literary fiction, nonfiction, and drama.
Galleys: Bream Gives Me Hiccups by Jesse
Eisenberg; The Double Life of Liliane by Lily
Tuck; The Comedians by Kliph Nesteroff;
Barefoot to Avalon by David Payne; Mistakes
I Made by Paula Daly.
Grupo Anaya as a leading Spanish Publisher
with over 25 years experience, specializing
in materials for learning Spanish as a foreign
language, including text books, dictionaries, complementary materials, readers,
literature, children’s books and more.
Guilford Press publishes a full line of print
and e-trade and professional books, videos
and journals; in psychology and the behavioral sciences, education, research methods
Hachette Book Group USA
Booths 2918, 2919, 3019
Hacheete Book Group USA is a subsidiary
of Hachette Livre. Publishing groups
include Grand Central Publishing; Little,
Brown; Little, Brown Books for Young
Readers; Hachette Nashville; Orbit;
Hachette Books; and Hachette Audio.
Hachette Galleys: Elle & Coach by Stefany
Shaheen; Vigilance by Ray Kelly; Whoopi’s
Big Book of Relationships by Whoopi Goldberg; Shift For Good by Tory Johnson; If the
Raindrops United by Judah Friedlander.
Grand Central Galleys: Twain and Stanley
Enter Paradise by Oscar Hijuelos; Radiant
Angel by Nelson DeMille; The President’s
Shadow by Brad Meltzer; The Three-Year
Swim Club by Julie Checkoway; Hardwired
by Meredith Wild.
Hal Leonard Performing Arts
The leading publisher of books on music,
theater, film, television and pop culture
under the imprints Hal Leonard Books,
Backbeat Books, Applause Theatre &
Cinema Books, and Amadeus Press.
Galleys: Ringo: With a Little Help by
Michael Seth Starr; The Art of Horror by
Stephen Jones; You Fascinate Me So by Andy
Propst; AC/DC FAQ by Susan Masino.
Booths 2908, 2909, 3009
Harlequin is a major publisher of books for
women. A division of HarperCollins.
HarperCollins Publishers, a subsidiary of
News Corp., is the second largest consumer
book publisher in the world, with operations in 18 countries. With nearly 200
years of history and more than 65 unique
imprints globally, HarperCollins publishes
approximately 10,000 new books every
year, in more than 30 languages and has a
print and digital catalogue of more than
200,000 titles. Authors include winners of
the Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize, National
Book Award, and the Newbery and Calde-cott medals.