Biography Book Publishers
as well as memoirs and photo essays.
Our fiction books include crime fiction from C&R Crime, the award-winning Corsair and Canvas fiction imprints, and the best in science fiction, horror fiction, fantasy fiction and erotic fiction from Mammoth books. Our non fiction books include biography and memoir, current affairs books, history books, humour and gift books, the respected Overcoming series of self help books and How To and Right Way reference books on a multitude of subjects.
In 2014, Constable & Robinson was acquired by Little, Brown Book Group.
On October 22, 2012 D&M filed a Notice of Intention to make a proposal under the provisions of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. Pursuant to this process D&M management will be working with the Bowra Group Ltd to locate an investor or purchaser for its assets.
Our initial titles are personal memoirs and works of local historical interest, but we are expanding into targeted professional genres such as workplace learning.
We are most interested in Ohio nonfiction, particularly Ohio sports nonfiction and biographies and memoirs of notable Ohioans. We will consider nonfiction children's titles through young adult titles when they are regionally focused and curriculum savvy.
Racemaker was founded in 2006 by a group of individuals passionate about automotive history and vintage racing who wanted to produce books that should be out, but aren’t books a major publisher would pick up. Historical accuracy combined with readability are the hallmarks of all of Racemaker Press’ titles. In many ways it’s a scholarly approach rooted in a desire to create compelling and entertaining reads through beautiful, well-made books available at reasonable prices.
promote the history and culture of southeastern New England. We do this primarily
through the publication of books. Our aim is to show how people’s lives have impacted
communities in the region, and to portray the culture as it realized by members of the
communities. We are interested in historical narratives, memoirs, photography, art,
oral history, biography, poetry, fiction, children’s books, cookbooks, and documents
that tell stories of the people and culture of southeastern New England.
Its purpose is to continue and to extend the original project’s mission of preserving the history and culture of the Midwest by publishing non-fiction memoirs and works of fiction that document and reveal something meaningful and worthwhile about the human condition.