139 Top Book Publishers in Maryland(Part 6)
Kensington Publishing Corp. is the last remaining independent U.S. publisher of hardcover, trade and mass market paperback books.
Kensington Publishing Corp. is the last remaining independent U.S. publisher of hardcover, trade paperback, and mass market paperback books.
New Horizon Press was established in 1982 and was originally an imprint of the distinguished small publishing company, Horizon Press (New York City). In 1983, New Horizon Press became a separate entity and took up residence in an historic building located in Liberty Corner, New Jersey.
Driven by the vision and talents of its widely respected founder and editor-in-chief, Dr. Joan S. Dunphy, the company focused on true crime as well as psychological and social problems, women’s and men’s issues, and parenting advice written by experts with credentials in their fields. In 1992, NHP introduced Small Horizons, the illustrated children’s “Let’s Talk” series that teaches crisis coping, tolerance and service skills.
Rainbow Ridge Books, LLC specializes in books with a spiritual (as distinguished from religious) content, metaphysical themes, and self-help with a metaphysical twist.
Robert S. Friedman, the founder of Rainbow Ridge, grew up in Portsmouth, Virginia, attended Woodrow Wilson High School and the University of Virginia, where he earned a B.A. in English. He has an M.F.A. in Writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and two years graduate study at the University College of Swansea of the University of Wales.
Akashic Books is a Brooklyn-based independent company dedicated to publishing urban literary fiction and political nonfiction by authors who are either ignored by the mainstream, or who have no interest in working within the ever-consolidating ranks of the major corporate publishers
PGW sets the standard for integrated, full-service distribution, provides complete digital conversion services, and is a top-ten vendor to retailers and wholesalers throughout the industry. PGW’s market leadership, experience, flexibility, and customized services provide valued client publishers with comprehensive and targeted distribution to meet today's ever changing market place.
RADIUS BOOKS is a non-profit publishing company based in Santa Fe and established by four creative individuals with years of publishing and art world experience. As our mission states, RADIUS BOOKS is distinguished by the depth and value of the books it publishes.
It is our firm belief that the arts—all arts—are vital to our nation and our culture’s future. The dream of RADIUS BOOKS is to promulgate an ongoing dialogue among writers, thinkers, artists, and all members of society by producing and promoting worthwhile bodies of work.
We are a privately owned publishing company that specializes in the publication of non-fiction books.
Our mission is to publish titles that exceed the expectations of the reader. Specifically, our objective is two-fold: First, provide the reader with the information that they were looking for when they purchased one of our titles. Secondly, it is also our goal to provide the reader with a deeper level of insight than they'd expected to receive, on the subject matter
.We've all had the experience of reading books that are incomplete in one way or another. This type of experience is a result of other publishers not adhering to quality standards and systems, before sending a title to the printing press. Each of our titles go through a rigorous process, to ensure that the reader is not left with that empty feeling, after they've read a book that has our name on it.
ST PAULS is the apostolic trademark of the Society of St. Paul as an international congregation. ST PAULS Online is the online store of ST PAULS Philippines-Macau. It is owned and operated by the Society of St. Paul Inc.
Bibles, inspirational books, children's books, liturgical books, lives of saints, 366 Days with the Lord, Simbahay, Pandasal, Sambuhay, CDs, DVDs, rosaries, statues, mass vestments, chalice, crucifix
As a hybrid publisher, Vine Publishing offers the best of both traditional and independent publishing services. Our coaching, design, marketing and distribution services provide our authors with the foundation and platform needed to be the best authors they can be. Much like traditional publishing houses, we offer support throughout the publishing process, as well as marketing and promotion for your title, which includes a press release to media outlets. However, unlike traditional publishing we encourage your creative input, you also retain all rights to your book and you will receive a higher royalty of 60% on paperback and 80% on eBooks.
New Directions began in 1936, when Ezra Pound told James Laughlin his poetry was "hopeless" and urged him to do "something useful" after he graduated from college. Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams, who once had difficulty finding publishers, were early New Directions authors and have remained at the core of ND's backlist of modernist writers.
benchmark for partnerships in full-service distribution for more than 40 years, PGW provides independent publishers with the scale and infrastructure necessary to compete in today’s marketplace.
PGW is built upon the belief that every publisher we work with, regardless of size or genre, is capable of achieving great success. At PGW, tenacious client advocacy combines with market leadership and experience to help publishers continuously achieve their full potential.
Everyone knows what a hay bale looks like, but how does it get into that shape? While baling equipment might not make it into farm stories among the classic tractors, animals, and tools, its usefulness on the modern farm is indisputable. Concise text guides readers through the uses of baling equipment, how it forms round and square bales, and what happens with the hay afterward. Full-color photographs and lively language keeps them engaged and interested in learning all about the exciting equipment that makes the hay bale.
Housed in the historic building formerly known as The Church Restaurant, Revival House remains a jewel in Stratford’s architectural crown. But it’s far more than that. It’s the spot where you want to meet friends for drinks; it’s the restaurant for that perfect, intimate dinner; it’s the venue for your dream wedding.
In a town that loves Shakespeare, Revival House is a true Renaissance lady, offering our magnificent main dining room, the warm intimacy of the Belfry upstairs, or our sun-drenched patio on a summer day.
IGI Global is an innovative and internationally recognized publishing company specializing in high quality, innovative publications focusing on the latest information science & technology advancements. We publish research-based reference works including books, encyclopedias, journals, teaching cases, video lecture series, and databases focusing on the subject areas of Business and Management Information Science and Technology, Computer Science and Information Technology, Educational Science and Technology, Engineering Science and Technology,
The Head & The Hand is a nonprofit, independent craft publishing company and writers' workshop based in Philadelphia.
We call it “craft” because we consider writers to be artisans, much like a carpenter or a farmer. And just as a farmer is connected to the crop from the seed to the harvest, we think that a writer should be connected to the process of crafting a book, from manuscript submission to the shelf.
Morning Sun Books specializes in vintage railroad photography, expertly restored and reproduced on high gloss coated paper in large formats, complemented by historic memorabilia from the featured road. Morning Sun Books is the only publisher offering true coast-to-coast, border-to-border coverage of America’s glory years of railroading: the late steam and early diesel period, as well as rolling stock.
In late 1978, he accepted the position of Chief, Bureau of Rail Operations for
NJDOT, a position that morphed into Director of Rail Transportation for NJ Transit in 1980. Sensing the railroading he enjoyed was becoming a thing of the past, Bob left and created Morning Sun Books as a new career and means to work with and preserve the railroading he loved. For his first effort, he chose a subject most fans veered away from, but one with which he was quite familiar: the Penn Central.