Univ. of Chicago Press
Established in 1891, the University of Chicago Press publishes approximately 250
books a year and has published more than
11,000 books since its founding. The press
also publishes journals and annuals in fields
including the humanities and physical, life
and medical sciences.
University of Georgia Press
The University of Georgia Press currently
publishes 60–70 new books per year and
has a long history of publishing significant
scholarship, as well as creative and literary
works and books about the state and the
region for general readers.
Univ. of Hawaii Press
Publisher of books on Hawaii, Asia, and
Univ. of Illinois Press
Featured: Mormon Tabernacle Choir: A Biography, with an in-booth author book
signing on Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon;
Franklin D Roosevelt: Road to the New Deal;
ESPN: The Making of a Sports Media Empire;
A City Called Heaven: Chicago and the Birth
of Gospel Music; and more.
Univ. of Minnesota Press
Trade and scholarly titles in cultural
studies; film and media; art and architecture; African-American, Native American,
and lesbian and gay studies; and regional
Galleys: The Beginning and End of Rape:
Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America
by Sarah Deer; Early Blues: The First Stars
of Blues Guitar by Jas Obrecht; Our Gang:
A Racial History of the Little Rascals by Julia
Univ. of Nebraska Press
Founded in 1941, the University of
Nebraska Press is a scholarly and general
interest press that publishes 180-plus new
and reprint titles annually under Nebraska,
Bison Books, the Jewish Publication
Society, and Potomac Books imprints,
along with 28 journals.
Galleys: The Ordinary Spaceman: From Boyhood Dreams to Astronaut by Clayton
Anderson; The Colonel and Hug: The Partnership that Transformed the New York Yankees
By Steve Steinberg and Lyle Spatz; Cheated:
The UNC Scandal, the Education of Athletes,
and the Future of Big-Time College Sports by
Jay M. Smith and Mary Willingham; Jews
and Genes: The Genetic Future in Contemporary Jewish Thought, edited by Elliot N.
Dorff and Laurie Zoloth.
Univ. of Pennsylvania Press
Publisher of trade and scholarly books in
the social sciences and humanities.
Univ. of Toronto Press
Founded in 1901, University of Toronto
Press publishes approximately 200 new
scholarly, course, reference, and general-interest books each year and maintains a
backlist of more than 3,500 titles.
Univ. of Virginia Press
A scholarly press focusing primarily on the
humanities and social sciences with special
concentrations in American history, African-American studies, Southern studies, architecture, literature, ecocriticism, and regional
books. The press publishes 50–60 new titles
annually and maintains a backlist of more
than 1,000 titles in print.
Univ. Press of New England
UPNE is an award-winning university
press supported by a consortium of schools,
including Brandeis University and Dartmouth College. UPNE’s trade publishing
program focuses on books on the subjects
of history, politics, music, art, true crime,
nature, sustainability, and sports.
Galleys: Boston Strong: A City’s Triumph over
Tragedy by Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge;
A History of the World in Sixteen Shipwrecks by
Stewart Gordon; The Nearest Thing to Life by
James Wood; Why I Don’t Write Children’s
Literature by Gary Soto; Malevolent Muse:
The Life of Alma Mahler by Oliver Hilmes.
A collective of individual stands representing all segments of the U. S. publishing
industry. The USA Pavilion is organized by
the American Collective Stand and the
Combined Book Exhibit at the Frankfurt
Book Fair, London Book Fair, Bologna
Book Fair, Beijing Book Fair, Sharjah Book
Fair, and the Guadalajara Book Fair, with
participation in BookExpo America and
the American Library Association.
Visible Ink Press
Visible Ink Press publishes informative,
comprehensive and entertaining popular
Vision Street Publishing
Publisher of children’s coloring and activity
books, children’s story and board books,
bi-lingual books, both children’s and adult
W.W. Norton & Co.
Established in 1923, America’s largest
independent publisher of adult trade fiction, nonfiction, professional psychology,
and art and architecture books.
Warner Bros. Global Publishing
Booths RC68, RC71
Part of Warner Bros. Consumer Products,
a major licensing and retail merchandising
Water Street Press
Publishes literary, contemporary, and historical fiction; memoir; nonfiction focusing
on women’s issues, diversity, and progressive politics; medical and wellness books
with strong scientific component and functional medicine perspective; and young
adult fiction featuring strong female, ethnically diverse protagonists.