Publishers


Arthur A. Levine Books

Atria Books

Atria, defined as “central living spaces open to the air and sky,” perfectly describes the mission of this innovative publisher. Founded in 2002, Atria was from the start intended to be an environment where new ideas could flourish, the best writers of fiction and nonfiction could thrive and connect with an ever-widening readership, and the best practices of traditional publishing could be integrated with cutting-edge developments in the digital world. In short, a place where great books could come to light.

In the years that have followed, the Atria Publishing Group has realized this vision with its creative and motivated staff acquiring, publishing, and marketing a list of successful and highly acclaimed books, many of them award-winners and bestsellers. At Atria, brand-name authors soar to new heights while the finest new voices—the bestsellers of tomorrow—are discovered and nurtured with an eye toward a limitless future. Among the many successful authors Atria is proud to publish are Isabel Allende, Fredrik Backman, Rhonda Byrne, Theresa Caputo, Shane Dawson, Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills, Connor Franta, Kevin Hart, Colleen Hoover, Lisa Jewell, Joseph Kanon, Thomas Keneally, Karen Kingsbury, William Kent Krueger, John Lescroart, Shirley MacLaine, Ben Mezrich, Sy Montgomery, Kate Morton, Dr. Michael Mosley, Rosanna Pansino, Diane Setterfield, J. J. Smith, Marlo Thomas, Brad Thor, Alice Walker, Jennifer Weiner, and Zane.

The Atria Publishing Group publishes books for readers of all tastes and interests under these imprints: Atria Books, Atria Trade Paperbacks, Atria Books Español, Washington Square Press, Emily Bestler Books, Atria/Beyond Words, Howard Books, 37 Ink, and Keywords Press.

Auckland University Press

Auckland University Press is New Zealand’s leading scholarly publisher. Founded in 1966 and formally recognised as Auckland University Press in 1972, the Press has been at the forefront of ideas and creativity for decades. From James Belich’s New Zealand Wars to Chris Bourke’s Blue Smoke, from Allen Curnow’s Early Days Yet to Selina Tusitala Marsh’s Fast Talking PI, from The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography to Ngā Mōteatea, Auckland University Press books have changed how New Zealanders see themselves and their world.

Austin Macauley Publishers

A British publishing company, based in Canary Wharf, London. The company was founded in 2006 and publishes a variety of fictional and non-fictional works.

AuthorHouse

The leading provider of supported self-publishing services for authors around the globe, with over 70,000 titles released. Whether you dream of seeing your book in bookstores, on TV, on the radio, or adapted into a film, AuthorHouse is committed to providing the tools and services to help you get started and realize your publishing dreams.

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