Publishers of Young Adult Fiction
Blank Slate Press publishes Historical, Crime, Contemporary, Mystery/Thriller, and Literary Fiction.
Walrus Publishing publishes SciFi, Romance, Regional, and Humor
Treehouse Publishing Group publishes Picture books, Middle Grade, and YA, both fiction and nonfiction
Virtually every genre is represented by one of our fine authors; this is owed to their individual ability to tell a good story. From classic literature to political memoirs, from illustrated picture books to gripping suspense thrillers - the key is in the quality.
Chicago Review Press publishes general nonfiction on a wide range of subjects including music, film, popular science, history, biography, and travel, as well as an award-winning line of children’s activity books. Lawrence Hill Books publishes nonfiction on topics of African American interest, progressive politics, Middle Eastern studies, and feminism. Ball Publishing specializes in gardening books, and Zephyr Press publishes professional development titles for teachers.
We are readers and writers ourselves and our aim is simple: to find and share fun, sexy, laugh-out-loud, gorgeous stories with you.
We have published books ranging from children's, young adult, history, non-fiction, and poetry.
EAEP wants to partner with authors to get their work into reader’s hands. That means authors are involved in decisions about cover, layout, editorial, promotion and final pricing. We believe no one will be more passionate about your book than you so why wouldn’t we include you?
At Franklin/Kerr, authors have our full attention. Once we accept a manuscript for publication we work with the author each step of the way to produce a well-tuned book ready for the world to devour. This includes getting input from the author on cover design, marketing materials and providing professional editing, formatting, e-book setup and more at no cost to the author. We ask that authors take a proactive role in their book′s success and allow us to take the literary journey along with them.
Every year, we publish over 120 titles, specializing in books which have a distinctive Welsh identity.
It was established in 1986 by a determined group of volunteers who wanted to increase the opportunities for Welsh women in publishing and bring Welsh women's literature to a wider public. They asked the people of Wales to show their support for the new enterprise by becoming shareholders in the cooperative and in the first six months more than 400 people bought shares. Honno continues to be supported by hundreds of individual shareholders who believe in its work.
True to its roots the press still only publishes work by women of Wales. Most of Honno's titles are novels, autobiographies and short story anthologies in English as well as Classics in both Welsh and English. We have in the past also published poetry, children's and teenage titles and books in both Welsh and English.
Our books are internationally sought after by those interested in Māori history and Māori people, the indigenous people of New Zealand. Our books also give an insight into the lives of Pacific Islanders living in New Zealand and the Pacific, through stories written by Pacific Island authors.
Our non-fiction is of interest to academics, students, policymakers and critical thinkers while our fiction appeals to anyone interested in reading a good book. Our gift books make excellent presents for those wanting an indigenous touch.
Llewellyn has grown to include two critically acclaimed and award-winning imprints; Midnight Ink mystery titles and Flux novels for young adults. Flux is proud to have launched the careers of three New York Times bestselling authors: Laurie Faria Stolarz, Maggie Stiefvater, and Simone Elkeles. Elkeles's Flux title Return to Paradise made its debut on the New York Times bestseller list in September, 2010. Llewellyn has also partnered with Italian publisher Lo Scarabeo, and is the exclusive US and Canadian distributor of Lo Scarabeo's beautiful tarot and oracle decks.
Written for ages 4 through 18, these books deal with topics ranging from the everyday -- starting school, shyness, normal fears, and a new baby in the house -- to more serious problems, such as divorce, attention deficit disorder, depression, serious injury or illness, autism, trauma, death, and much more.
Most of our books are written by mental health professionals or those who work closely with them and with children. Our books help children understand their feelings, provide information about the topic or situation, and offer extensive practical coping strategies. A comprehensive Note to Parents is usually included to help guide parents, therapists, social workers, and teachers in using the book.
In 1997, APA acquired Magination Press. As the world's largest and most prestigious publisher of books in psychology, mental health, and development, we at APA are proud and delighted to publish Magination books.
Romance, sweet, sensual and erotic, westerns, science fiction, horror, contemporary, chic-lit, men's fiction, women's general fiction, action-adventure, speculative, drama, gay, lesbian, urban fantasy, paranormal, cross-genres, urban fantasy, young adult, mainstream fiction, and non-fiction. "Melange" is for every reader's taste in literature
We tend to publish an eBook first. So far we have followed up all of our full length eBooks with a paper version, but this remains on a case by case basis.
We consider fiction and non-fiction in a variety of genres, although our special emphasis (and expertise ) is publishing mysteries, crime fiction, suspense, police procedurals, and books by and about other public safety personnel.
We also occasionally publish romances, westerns, children's books and some young adult work.
Ooligan Press is a student-run teaching press affiliated with Portland State University (PSU) and its College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Founded in 2001 by publisher and writer Dennis Stovall, Ooligan Press houses one of PSU’s two master’s programs in writing.
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.
We produce books that make a difference to our cultural heritage, creative economy and democracy. We strive to enhance the quality of life through literature and art.
We hope to give well-intentioned, creative people avenues for their words, wisdom, wit and other talents so they can reach individuals to create stronger communities.
Many of Ransom’s books are specifically written and designed for struggling and reluctant readers, but we also recognise the growing need for books aimed at young emergent readers.
We are proud to be the first publisher to produce easily accessible, high-interest books which have a very low reading level and are genuinely suitable for older teenagers and adults. Our first series of books in this range, Dark Man, won the Educational Resources Book Award in 2006.
We produce creative and contemporary books by enlisting a balance of established and emerging authors and illustrators guided by a production team of expert editors, designers and production personnel. We enlist publishing talent from across Canada, publish to the national and international markets, and continually strive to creatively promote and market our books.
Specializing in circulating reference material aimed at school and public libraries, Rosen titles are the gold standard in guidance, social studies, history, science, and mathematics, as well as general high interest topics for children and young adults.
SB looks for writing from emerging authors over the age of 18 with a unique voice that inspires as well as entertains the reader.
Founded in 2010, Spencer Hill has grown from a small community to the multi-faceted publishing house it is today with offices in the heart of the publishing world–New York City. We publish a diverse range of titles in addition to our ever growing collection of YA and Adult Contemporary Romance.
In 2013, The Story Plant was acquired by Studio Digital CT, LLC, a limited liability company headed by Lou Aronica. With this, Mitchell Maxwell came on board to add his unparalleled blend of creativity, passion, and business acumen. The house is currently in the process of the most aggressive expansion in its history.
Tamarind is now integrated into Random House Children’s Publishers UK, which is part of The Random House Group which is a Penguin Random House Company. Penguin Random House is the world’s first truly global trade book publisher. It was formed on July 1, 2013, upon the completion of an agreement between Bertelsmann and Pearson to merge their respective trade publishing companies, Random House and Penguin.