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139 Top Book Publishers in Maryland(Part 5)


60.Scribe Inc.


Scribe’s mission is to produce high-fidelity, long-lasting, and accessible well-formed documents. We strive to

advance well-formed documents throughout the publishing industry; connect the concept of the well-formed document to all editorial and production processes; create tools and technologies that intuitively result in well-formed documents, and partner with our clients to publish well-formed documents in a timely and fiscally responsible manner.

842 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19147, United States

61.Blue Dragon Publishing, LLC


Blue Dragon Publishing, LLC evolved in the same way many independent publishers do. It started with a tenacious author with a unique story to share with the world. As an Air Force colonel, the founder, Dawn Brotherton, is experienced in making things happen. Rather than spinning her wheels trying to find a trustworthy agent, then waiting while the agent pitched multiple publishers, Dawn decided to forge ahead alone. Learning lessons the hard way with many false-steps, she eventually got into the rhythm of the publishing world. Other authors sought her advice and assistance. Thus, Blue Dragon was born.

Address: 4345 New Town Ave, Williamsburg, VA 23188, United States

62.Taylor & Francis


Taylor & Francis partners with world-class authors, from leading scientists and researchers, to scholars and professionals operating at the top of their fields. Together, we publish in all areas of the Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine sectors. We are one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, textbooks and reference works.

Address: 530 Walnut St suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106, United States

63.Four Brothers Publications


Ever since I was a little boy, I could remember wanting to express myself by writing. Initially, it started off as a means of dealing with what I thought at the time were social shortcomings. It was easier for me to create characters that were appealing to me and surround them with scenarios where things just made sense.

By the time I got to high school, I discovered that I had a flair for the gift of writing. The experience was both gratifying and fulfilling; but for all of the wonderful feelings that I felt, I didn't believe that I could actually make a living or a difference with the gift that God had given me.

Address: 1019 Grant Ave, Collingswood, NJ 08107, United States

64.P M Gordon Associates

P. M. Gordon Associates was founded in 1982 by Peggy M. Gordon (hence the name of the company). Peggy began her career at Addison-Wesley, where she edited and produced textbooks in technical fields such as mathematics, chemistry, and physics. Later she served as Managing Editor for University Park Press, a medical publisher. At Crane, Russak & Company, New York, she supervised the production of scholarly journals, and in Philadelphia she produced both trade and scholarly books at the Institute for the Study of Human Issues and the Jewish Publication Society. By the time she founded Gordon Associates, she had hands-on experience in a wide variety of publishing fields.

Address: 2115 Wallace St, Philadelphia, PA 19130, United States


65.Ottn Publishing


When OTTN Publishing was founded in 1998, our goal was to create high-quality nonfiction books for young readers. Since then we have partnered with publishing companies from all over the United States to create more than 300 well-received books. Topics have ranged from biographies of world explorers to sociopolitical studies of countries in the Middle East and Asia; from the story of the American West to an eight-volume overview of Islam; from the history of presidential elections to a series that focuses on immigration to the United States and Canada over the past 40 years.

Over the past two decades, the publishing industry has undergone numerous changes. Today, many companies find that it is more efficient for them to subcontract the editorial duties of producing some of their books. OTTN Publishing exists to fill this need. OTTN Publishing provides a full range of editorial services, from developing book or series ideas to providing a finished product, all at a reasonable price. This allows the publisher to avoid the cost of maintaining a large editorial staff, thereby freeing up resources for promotion, sales, and distribution.

Address: 16 Risler St, Stockton, NJ 08559, United States

66.Christian Fellowship Publishers


In the early 1960s there was quite a spiritual awakening in the United States. This was due to Billy Graham's evangelistic crusades and the Charismatic Movement. Many came to the Lord and were hungry for spiritual food. The Normal Christian Life by Watchman Nee was published in the United States and instantly it was used by the Lord in helping many souls. In view of the great need for spiritual literature, especially for the clear messages given through God's servant Watchman Nee, Christian Fellowship Publishers was formed in 1968. Its purpose was and still is to supply the English- speaking world with the solid teaching of Christ as presented in Watchman Nee's messages. It is a ministry, not a business, though managed as a business, it is not-profit and aims at giving Christians affordable and healthy spiritual food. The first book it published was The Spiritual Man released in the year 1968. It was published jointly with Sure Foundation, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Address: 11515 Allecingie Pkwy, Bon Air, VA 23235, United States

67.Elijah Books


We are privileged and challenged to live in what may well be the most eventful time in world history, anticipating the soon return of Jesus Christ ( Yeshua haMashiach ) as Lord of His Church.

The Second Coming has been anticipated for 20 centuries by true followers of Christ as the “blessed hope” of the Church. However, for those who are not prepared, Christ’s coming will not be accompanied by blessed hope but by a baneful cry. At His first coming, Jesus came to save people from their sins,

Address: 209 Dryden Ln, Richmond, VA 23229, United States

68.BookBaby


BookBaby makes self-publishing easy: from cover design, book printing, eBook conversions, distribution, website creation, and more.

Based in Pennsauken, New Jersey, we’re a team of authors, poets, bloggers, and artists — so we know the thrills and challenges of bringing a book into this world. That’s why you can reach us by phone (imagine that!) and talk through the process with a real human being – a fellow writer who’s invested in the success of your book.

Since 2011, we’ve helped thousands realize their publishing goals, and we’ve paid out millions of dollars in royalties to authors like you.

Address: 7905 N Crescent Blvd, Pennsauken Township, NJ 08110, United States


69.New Door Books


Founded in 2009 to publish literary works, primarily fiction, that might be overlooked by commercial outlets, New Door Books is a project of the Working Writers Group (WWG), a Philadelphia-area group of authors who have been meeting monthly since 1985 to discuss each other’s work.

Over the decades, as WWG has gained new members and lost others, we have grown up together in a literary sense, maturing in our own writing and our appreciation for others’ creations. Our current members have credits in many genres, from flash fiction, stories, and novels to memoir, oral history, drama, film, and opera

Address: 2115 Wallace St, Philadelphia, PA 19130, United States


70.Sound Wisdom


Publishing books, audio and video to motivate, inspire, entertain and empower you personally and professionally!

Address: 167 Walnut Bottom Rd, Shippensburg, PA 17257, United States

71.Hansen Publishing Group


We are a young house. We published our first title in October 2006. However, we are not short on experience. Our staff has decades of experience in all aspects of the book trade from bookselling to printing, from web design to marketing, and from photography to teaching writing.

We have more to come, and I look forward to sharing the news with you on the blog for this site in the future. In the mean time, keep reading, creating and sharing — art can change the world!

Address: 302 Ryders Ln, East Brunswick, NJ 08816, United States

72.Quirk Productions


Quirk Books is headquartered on a charming cobblestone street in the historic Old City district of Philadelphia. Quirk publishes just 25 strikingly unconventional books per year, and every title is a labor of love born out of our passions and obsessions. Always looking to set the next trend, Quirk delivers books and stories that are bold, unprecedented, beautifully designed, and affordable. Some of Quirk’s more popular titles include the best-selling YA series Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, the Edgar Award-winning mystery The Last Policeman, fangirl favorite Geekerella, the legendary Pride and Prejudice, and Zombies, and classroom favorite William Shakespeare’s Star Wars—plus children’s books, pop culture titles, cookbooks, art books, gag gifts, and more. Quirk’s books are distributed worldwide by Penguin Random House and available wherever books are sold.

Address: 215 Church St # 1, Philadelphia, PA 19106, United State

73.Ktav Publishing House


At KTAV Publishing House, your needs are our first priority. We aren’t satisfied unless you are. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact us using one of the options below:

Address: 527 Empire Blvd, Brooklyn, NY 11225, United States


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