Ace Books

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Ace Books was founded in 1953 by A. A. Wyn, and is the oldest continuously operating science fiction publisher in the United States. Read more »

Alpha Books

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Alpha Books was formed in 1991 as a computer book imprint. Read more »

Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam

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Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam was founded in 2007 by Amy Einhorn and launched in February of 2009. Read more »


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Avery, an imprint focusing on health, self-help, diet, and fitness, is best known for publishing cutting-edge, but accessible books from the top experts in their fields. Read more »

Berkley Books

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Berkley Books was founded in 1955 by a group of independent investors. Read more »

Blue Rider Press

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Blue Rider Press, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA), was launched in January 2011 and publishes an eclectic mix of hardcover fiction and nonfiction titles. Read more »

C.A. Press

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C.A. Press, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA) under the leadership of Publisher Carlos Azula, was launched in January 2011 to meet the growing demand for more books in Spanish on a variety of topics. Read more »


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Current was launched in 2010 as a new imprint for science books for general readers. Read more »

Dial Books for Young Readers

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Dial Books for Young Readers is a hardcover division publishing approximately fifty titles a year for children of all ages, from preschool through young adult. Read more »


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The history of Dutton dates back to 1852, when Edward Payson Dutton founded a book-selling firm in Boston, E. P. Dutton. Read more »

Dutton Children's Books

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Dutton Children's Books is one of the oldest continually operating children's book publishers in the United States. Read more »


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Firebird is a science fiction and fantasy imprint of Penguin Group (USA) Inc. specifically designed to appeal to both teenagers and adults. Read more »

Frederick Warne

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Frederick Warne was founded in 1865 by a bookseller turned publisher who gave his own name to the firm. Read more »

Gotham Books

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William Shinker founded Gotham Books in New York City on September 4, 2001. Read more »

G.P. Putnam's Sons

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For the past fifteen consecutive years, G.P. Putnam's Sons has led the publishing industry with more hardcover fiction and nonfiction New York Times bestsellers than any other imprint in the publishing industry. Read more »

G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers

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G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers publishes about fifty trade hardcover books a year for children, including lively, accessible picture books and some of today's strongest voices in fiction. Read more »

Grosset & Dunlap

Yes, Virginia, there really are (or we should say, were) a Mr. Grosset and a Mr. Dunlap, who started their own publishing company in 1898. Read more »

HP Books

HP Books, acquired as part of the purchase of Price Stern Sloan, originated in Tucson, Arizona as publishers of self-help and how-to books. Read more »

Hudson Street Press

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Founded in 2003, Hudson Street Press publishes compelling hardcover nonfiction that seeks to give the reader a strong takeaway whether the approach is prescriptive, descriptive or narrative. Read more »


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Jove Books originated as Pyramid Books, which was founded in 1949 by Alfred R. Plaine and Matthew Huttner, and was sold to the Walter Reade Organization in the late 1960s. Read more »

Kathy Dawson Books

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Kathy Dawson Books will launch its first list in Winter 2014. Read more »

Nancy Paulsen Books

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Nancy Paulsen Books launched its first hardcover list in Fall 2011. Read more »


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In the fifteen years immediately following World War II, paperback publishing came of age in the United States, with a handful of companies leading the way. Read more »

Pamela Dorman Books

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In January 2010, Pamela Dorman Books will launch its first hardcover list. Read more »


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In the early 1930's, most publishers thought the market for quality books was limited to a handful of elite readers. Read more »

The Penguin Press

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The Penguin Press was founded in 2003 by Ann Godoff and launched its debut list in the Winter of 2004. Read more »

Perigee Books

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Perigee Books, originally created as the trade paperback imprint for G. P. Putnam's Sons, has featured an eclectic range of titles from virtually every category of publishing, both fiction and nonfiction. Read more »

Philomel Books

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Philomel Books was created in the early 1980s from World Publishing Books for Young People, by Editor and Publisher Ann Beneduce. Read more »


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Plume was founded in 1970 as the trade paperback imprint of New American Library. Read more »


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Portfolio was established in 2001 as the first dedicated business book imprint within Penguin Group (USA) Inc. Read more »

Prentice Hall Press

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Prentice Hall Press, formerly the trade imprint of Pearson's Prentice Hall Direct division, was moved to Penguin Group USA in 2002. Read more »

Price Stern Sloan

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Price Stern Sloan was founded in Los Angeles in the early 1960s to publish the Mad Libs series that Roger Price and Leonard Stern had concocted during their stint as writers for Steve Allen's Tonight Show. Read more »

Puffin Books

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One of the most prestigious children's paperback publishers in the United States, Puffin Books was founded on a strong literary tradition and a commitment to publishing a successful mix of classic children's fiction and the best new literature. Read more »


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Razorbill, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group, is dedicated to young adult and middle grade books. Read more »


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Founded in 1994 by Susan Petersen Kennedy, Riverhead Books is now well-established as a publisher of bestselling literary fiction and quality non-fiction. Read more »


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Sentinel was established in 2003 as a dedicated conservative imprint within Penguin Group (USA) Inc. Read more »


Puffin Books launched Speak, a new imprint aimed at teens, in 2002. Read more »


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Jeremy P. Tarcher founded the company (now an imprint) that bears his name thirty years ago in Los Angeles, CA. Read more »

The Viking Press

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The Viking Press was founded in New York City on March 1st, 1925, by Harold K. Guinzburg and George S. Oppenheim. Read more »

Viking Books for Young Readers

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Viking Children's Books was founded in 1933 as a department of the prestigious Viking Press, known for publishing such authors as Sherwood Anderson, James Joyce, John Steinbeck, and Rebecca West. Read more »