60 Top Book Publishers in Connecticut (Part-1)
Tell Me Press is an independent book publisher based in New Haven, Connecticut. The company was launched in 2006 with the goal of creating smart, thoughtful, and fun books with a focus on culture, music, health & well-being, and lifestyle.
Our first book was published in January 2009. Since then, more than a dozen great titles have rolled off the presses—and winged their way to readers as ebooks.
Check-in often to see what’s in the works and to learn about our authors and books and be informed about upcoming events. Write to us with your ideas and suggestions.
Tell Me Press: The place where discovery, curiosity, practicality, and whimsy intersect. With your feedback and support, we’ll know where you want those lines to cross!.
AcuteByDesign is a small publishing ensemble that started in a hidden small garage in the valleys of lower Fairfield County. We are now proudly located in Marlborough, CT. AbyD is dedicated to providing new and emerging writers, illustrators, editors, social media, and marketing wanna-be's the opportunity to be!
Our concept is that "each one helps one!" So if you want to publish with AbyD, you must become a working member of an "ensemble" consisting of a project manager, editor, reviewer, social media, and marketing folks.
You not only work on the production of your book but support the creation, review, and marketing of the books produced by other members of your ensemble. We encourage you to touch base with us and ask questions. This project may have been created just for you!
by recruits from the ranks of those who wish to learn and grow in the publishing industry. We provide a platform for minorities and others who are under-represented in the world of publishing- but embrace everyone into our tiny house. We work diligently to include artisans whose work reflects the diversity and multiculturalism of our world.
For Beginners® is a graphic nonfiction series that deconstructs complex ideas and makes them accessible to the everyday reader. Every book in the series serves one purpose: to present the works of great thinkers and subjects alike in a straightforward, accessible manner. With subjects ranging from philosophy to politics, art, and beyond, the For Beginners series covers a range of topics in a humorous comic book-style.
The Taste Book was launched in Fall of 2008 as a collaboration between Matt Flanagan of Bargain Book Publications and Barry Weissman of SaveAround / A la Carte Acquisition, LLC. As leaders in the discount dining and coupon book industry, they have assisted numerous charitable organizations to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for their various causes.
Our management has over 50 years of combined experience assisting hundreds of groups raise funds while following our 3 goals for your group:
Delivering to you a product everyone can use, especially in these trying economic times.
Providing you with the ability to raise a great deal of money on each sale. Our groups earn 50% profit on each book sold!
Finally, a simple, easy to administer fundraiser. Most of our fundraisers are volunteers, so we have created a system that is extremely profitable yet very streamlined, allowing you to run our fundraiser and then tend to your organization.
The people who started the Institute of Children’s Literature and Institute for Writers (formerly Long Ridge Writers Group) in 1969 and 1989, respectively, did so because they wanted to help people learn to write and get published. Our methods and courses work, otherwise we wouldn’t still be in business over 50 years later.
I started off by taking courses at the Institute of Children’s Literature and enjoyed the courses very much. I got published almost immediately and just as I was finishing the course, I sold my first story. From that point on I took a few more courses with them [and now have published] over 100 books with over 11 million copies sold. My books have been on many bestseller lists including the New York Times, USA today, Publishers Weekly, and more.
––Wanda E. Brunstetter
Our courses, and the way we teach them are unique. Every student receives one-on-one guidance for each assignment. You find out how to write from the extensive course materials that come with every course, and with help from your instructor critiques.
Bick Publishing House was founded in 1993 by Dale Carlson, ALA Notable Book Award author of Teen/YA books for such New York Publishers as Atheneum, Dutton, McGraw-Hill, Doubleday.
The mission of Bick Publishing House for Teens/Young Adults is to relate modern science and its ethics, communications arts, philosophy, psychology to the teenager’s world, so they can make their own responsible decisions about their own lives and future. The Life Sciences books in the series are presented with accessible texts, with glossary of terms, illustrations, index, resources, bibliography,websites.
The mission of Bick Publishing House for Adults is to bring professional information to the general audience in mental illness and recovery, addictions and recovery, in the art of living with disabilities, and in wildlife rehabilitation.
Catbird Press was founded in 1987 for the purpose of publishing two kinds of books: Czech literature and sophisticated prose humor in the classic American tradition (we call it "humor for grownups"). To these specialties were added American fiction, starting in 1991, and British fiction, starting in 1999; two books to help people do good better (charitable giving and helping public schools); and a book on literary translation (1998). With its last two titles in the Spring of 2003, Catbird Press published a total of 53 titles, 46 of which are still in print and 30 of which are available as e-books. Our Czech literature was published under the Garrigue Books imprint; see below for an explanation of this name.
8. STEM Books
Math Anxiety Relief for Nearly Everyone is not a text book, rather it is more like a survey book for people wanting to learn the language of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in a visually appealing and sometimes humorous fashion.
Who should read this book?
Anyone who understands many of the laws of nature, but needs to brush up on the mathematics that describes these laws.
Anyone who wants a quick introduction to calculus.
Students who want to pursue studies in STEM but are currently taking non-credit developmental math courses.
Students who need to bridge the gap between non-calculus and calculus based STEM courses.
Based in Cheshire, CT, The Connecticut Press is a specialty publisher of American history, fine and decorative arts, photography, reference works, and select children's literature. The Connecticut Press offers turnkey publication marketing services provided by a consortium of recognized writers, editors, photographers, and marketing experts. The company’s mission is to create lasting publications that broaden the circulation of historically important materials and collections that would otherwise remain in manuscript form.
Founder Peter J. Malia is a 40-year veteran of the non-profit, publishing, and marketing industries. Trained as a professional historian at Trinity College and Fordham University, he has served as chief research historian at Sleepy Hollow Restorations, Inc., Assistant Editor of Sleepy Hollow Press, and Editor-in-chief at The Connecticut Historical Society, and as a communications professional in the Fortune 100. Malia is an award-winning writer and editor of corporate newspapers, biographies, history, art, and literature.
“From personal experience, I know how frustrating it is for museum professionals to lack the adequate funding or dedicated staff to fully promote their institutions and holdings," Malia says. "That is why I created The Connecticut Press.
10. Spencer Books
Welcome to Spencer Books Publications. Spencer Books produces high-quality books with wonderful and inspiring stories and powerful insights.
Established in 1997, the Jeanne Fredericks Literary Agency, Inc. represents over 100 authors and over 200 books published by dozens of different publishers.
Almost all of these are adult nonfiction, and though they cover a wide range of subject areas, the Agency’s strongest categories are:
practical popular reference
For a complete list of represented authors and titles, click here.
Learn more about Jeanne Fredericks.
We seek to represent books that offer fresh, authoritative information and advice needed by sizable audiences and that are written by established experts with media experience and significant followings on social media.
We do not handle: fiction, true crime, juvenile, textbooks, poetry, essays, screenplays, short stories, science fiction, pop culture, guides to computers and software, politics, horror, pornography, books on overly depressing or violent topics, romance, teacher’s manuals, or memoirs.
To our selective list of clients we offer:
professional advice about refining their book proposals
targeted submissions of proposals to publishers
experienced negotiation of publishing contracts
monitoring of royalty payments
1099s and back-up statements summarizing income and expenses
diplomatic representation of the author’s point of view in disagreements that may occur during the publication process