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fiction with a focus on divergent and bold
new voices in literature. The Soho Crime
imprint focuses on crime fiction in translation or set abroad. Soho Teen publishes
edgy young adult fiction with elements
of crime fiction, science fiction and
Sounds True is celebrating 30 years of publishing transformational teachings to
inspire personal and spiritual growth.
Sourcebooks is an independent publisher
with a wide variety of genres including fiction, romance, children’s, YA and college-bound. It publishes over 300 new titles
each year, and has more than 40 New York
Galleys: Max the Brave by Ed Vere; House
of Thieves by Charles Belfoure; Pieces of My
Mother by Melissa Cistaro; This Is Where It
Ends by Marieke Nijkamp; The Dogs by
South Dakota Historical Society
Since 1997, the South Dakota Historical
Society Press has been committed to producing books that reflect the rich history
of South Dakota and the region.
U.S. bestsellers in Spanish and bestselling
Hispanic authors in all categories
including general adult trade, children,
personal growth, alternative health, metaphysical and esoteric, spirituality, sexuality, biographies and memories, parenting
and family, number puzzles, and
Springer Publishing Company
With more than 200 Nobel Prize winners
among the authors of our books and journal
articles, Springer has earned its place among
the world’s foremost STM publishers.
St. Martin’s Press
St. Martin’s Press is one of the largest U.S.
publishers, releasing over 800 titles per
year under various imprints, which include
St. Martin’s Press (mainstream fiction and
nonfiction), St. Martin’s Griffin (
mainstream paperback books, including young
adult, science fiction, and romance), Minotaur (mystery, suspense, and thrillers), and
Thomas Dunne Books (suspense and mainstream fiction and nonfiction). A division
Stackpole Books is a trade book publisher
with a 80-year history of publishing crafts,
outdoors and history titles. Particular areas
of interest include in fly fishing, nature
guides and military history. Stackpole publishes 100 new titles a year, plus two craft
magazines, and has a backlist of 1,500
Galleys: Aachen: The U.S. Army’s Battle for
Charlemagne’s City in WWII by Robert W.
Baumer; Introduction to Rug Hooking: A
Beginner’s Guide to Tools, Techniques, and
Materials by Kris Miller.
Stanford Univ. Press
Stanford University Press is pleased to
announce a new imprint: Redwood Press.
Redwood Press publishes books written for
a trade audience, spanning a variety of
topics in an array of diverse voices and
styles. Open to both academics as well as
non-academic writers—novelists, journalists, and other influential voices—this
imprint is geared toward big ideas and
Star Bright Books
Award-winning books for children of all
ages, including board books, picture books,
early readers. Available in more than 20
With over 5,000 titles in print and 60 years
Stone Bridge Press
in business, Sterling’s list includes educa-
tional resources, children’s picture books,
puzzles and games, adult fiction, craft and
photography, cookbooks, self-help, classics
Stone Bridge Press published books about
Japan and Asia. New releases include: Here
Comes the Sun, Silver Spoon, Being Japanese
American and The Anime Encyclopedia, 3rd
Revised Edition. List also includes literature
in translation and books about anime,
manga, film, language, crafts, culture,
travel, spirituality, art and design.
Galleys: The Inland Sea by Donald Richie;
Truth, Justice, and the American Whore
by;Siouxsie Q; Here Comes the Sun: A Journey
to Adoption in 8 Chakras by;Leza Lowitz.
Storey Publishing is a publisher of books
for self-reliance with a focus on gardening,
cooking, building, nature, horsemanship,
animal husbandry, crafts and home reference books. Distributed in the trade by
Galleys: Fresh Made Simple by Lauren
Keiper Stein, illus. by Katie Eberts; The
Curious Nature Guide by Clare Walker
Leslie; Joy in Every Moment by Tzivia Gover.
Studio Fun International
A 32-year-old publishing business that creates fun and educational hands-on book
experiences for children ages 2 to 12.
3M Cloud Library
The 3M Cloud Library is a flexible e-Book
lending system that offers a simplified customer interface for readers.
Talonbooks publishes in the genres of
drama, poetry, fiction, first nations history
and sociology, literary criticism and social
criticism, as well as English translations of
Canadian authors writing in French.