Galleys: The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto
by Mitch Albom (Harper), The Art of
Memoir by Mary Karr (Harper), All the Stars
in the Heavens by Adriana Trigiani (Harper),
The Art of Crash Landing by Melissa
DeCarlo (Harper) Above the Waterfall by
Ron Rash (Ecco), The Lost Landscape by
Joyce Carol Oates (Ecco).
HarperCollins Children’s Books
HarperCollins Children’s Books imprints
include Balzer + Bray, Greenwillow Books,
HarperCollins Children’s Books, HarperFestival, Harper Teen, Harper Teen Impulse,
Katherine Tegen Press, and Walden Pond
Galleys: The Doldrums by Nicholas
Gannon, Waiting by Kevin Henkes, The
Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness,
This May Sound Crazy by Abigail Breslin,
Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy.
HarperCollins Christian Publishing
Booths 2038, R415, RC50
HarperCollins Christian Publishing comprises both Thomas Nelson and Zondervan
publishing groups. Also home to Bible
Gateway, FaithGateway, StudyGateway and
Olive Tree, the company produces bestselling Bibles, inspirational books, academic
resources, curriculum, audio and digital
content for the Christian market space.
Galleys: Living the Braveheart Life by Randall Wallace; Glory Days by Max Lucado;
For the Love by Jen Hatmaker; The Tears of
Dark Water by Corban Addison; The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl.
Zondervan Galleys: Wrestling For My Life
by Shawn Michaels; Never Said by Carol
Lynch Williams; Boundaries by Henry
Cloud and John Townsend.
Harvard Univ. Press
With scholarship plus as its motto, Harvard University Press publishes books that
matter. From ants to Zeus, HUP opens the
academy to the world.
Harvest House Publishers
Featuring our fall 2015 titles: The Inspired
Room by Melissa Michaels, The Power of a
Praying Mom by Stormie Omartian, It’s
How You Play the Game by David Chad-
wick, Horizontal Jesus by Tony Evans, and
Publisher of mainstream and self-help
books, audiobooks, and videos.
Haymarket Books is a Chicago-based nonprofit independent publisher. Primarily
focused on progressive political nonfiction,
its authors include Noam Chomsky,
Arundhati Roy, Wallace Shawn, Amy
Goodman, and many other independent
journalists and commentators.
Hazelden Publishing is the leading publisher of resources that help millions of
people recognize, understand and conquer addiction and related life issues.
Hazelden Publishing provides readers the
tools and guidance needed to overcome
adversity and grow in the areas of recovery,
relationships, family, mental health and
Henry Holt & Co.
A division of Macmillan.
Highlights Press and Boyds Mills
Highlights Press is the trade book publishing division of Highlights for Children.
The imprints Boyds Mills Press, Calkins
Creek and WordSong publish award-winning children’s books for preschool through
Galleys: One Day, The End: Short, Very Short,
Shorter-than-Even Stories by Rebecca Kai
Dotlich, illustrated by Fred Koehler; This
Orq (He Say ‘Ugh’) by David Elliott, illustrated by Lori Nichols; Woodford Brave by
Marcia Thornton Jones, illustrated by
Holiday House publishes children’s and
young adult trade books in hardcover,
paperback and e-book formats.
Galleys: Look and Be Grateful by Tomie
dePaola; Mousetropolis by R. Gregory
Christie; Vincent Paints His House by Tedd
Arnold; ¡Vámonos! Let’s Go! by René Colato
Laínez, illustrated by Joe Cepeda; The Devil’s Dreamcatcher by Donna Hosie.
Horror Writers Association
HWA is a writers service organization specializing in the horror and dark fantasy
genres. It promotes members’ work and the
horror genre in general, and publishes
exclusive members-only anthologies.
HWA also recognizes outstanding works in
the field each year though its Bram Stoker
Awards program, currently in its 28th year.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
For nearly two centuries, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s trade division has published
some of the world’s most renowned novels,
nonfiction, children’s books and reference
works in hardcover, trade paperback, and
e-book formats. Its distinguished author
list includes nine Nobel Prize winners, 47
Pulitzer Prize winners, 13 National Book
Award winners, and more than 100 Calde-cott, Newbery, Printz, and Sibert medal
and honor recipients.
Galleys: Girl Waits with Gun by Amy
Stewart; 100 Years of Best American Short
Stories, edited by Lorrie Moore and Heidi
Pitlor; Deep South by Paul Theroux; Numero
Zero by Umberto Eco; Rosemary: The Hidden
Kennedy Daughter by Kate Clifford Larson.
BEA’s official charity partner. The
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe is a nonprofit bookstore, cafe and event venue that
will be accepting donated books and
media at the end of the expo. Housing
Works is the largest community-based
AIDS service organization in the United
States fighting to end AIDS and home-