Amirkabir is a publisher based in Tehran, Iran, founded on November 19, 1949 by Abdorrahim "Taghi" Jafari. It is named after Mirza Taghi Khan Amirkabir, the famous Iranian consul. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amirkabir (publisher)"
Ananda Publishers is a large publishing group with head-quarters in Calcutta. It publishes numerous and the best Bengali books, the books' authors ranging from classic Bengali authors like Rabindranath Thakur to modern writers like Satyajit Ray, Sunil Gangopadhyay and Sanjib Chattopadhyay. It gives one of the largest stalls in the Kolkata Book Fair, and is often awarded a prize for its stall. Often, the cue in front of the stall contains hundreds of people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ananda Publishers"
Andre Deutsch (1917–2000) was a 20th century British publisher. He was born in Budapest, Hungary. His small but influential publishing house from the 1950s to the 1980s included books by Jack Kerouac, Norman Mailer, V. S. Naipaul, Andrew Robinson, Philip Roth and John Updike. Deutsch died on 11 April 2000, aged 82. ...more on Wikipedia about "André Deutsch"
André Schiffrin is an author and was director of publishing at Pantheon Books for nearly thirty years. As a publisher, he was partially responsible for introducing Pasternak, Foucault and others to America. He quit for numerous reasons related to a perceived crisis in publishing, which are explained in his work The Business of Books: How the International Conglomerates Took Over Publishing and Changed the Way We Read (2000). ...more on Wikipedia about "André Schiffrin"
Arcadia Publishing is the leading publisher of local and regional history in the United States, with over 3,000 local history books currently in print. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arcadia Publishing"
Aschehoug is the Danish division of Egmont Books. It is Denmark’s second largest publisher with an revenue of approximately EUR 55 million ( 2003) and with a strong schoolbook publisher, Alinea, as part of the publishing house. With its schoolbook publisher Alinea and Forlag Malling Beck, Ashcheoug command a strong position in the market for educational materials for Danish elementary and lower secondary schools. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aschehoug"
Baen Books is an American publishing company established in 1983 by SF publishing industry long-timer Jim Baen. It is a science fiction and fantasy publishing house that specializes in space opera/ military science fiction and fantasy (though it does not restrict itself to these subgenres). ...more on Wikipedia about "Baen Books" The text you are reading is from shortopedia
Basic Books is a book publisher founded in 1952. It focuses on books in the fields of psychology, science, politics, sociology, current affairs, and history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Basic Books"
Berkley Books is a paperback imprint of Penguin Group (USA). ...more on Wikipedia about "Berkley Books"
Brethren Press is the official publishing house of the Church of the Brethren. They publish books and study materials, produce supplies for congregations, and carry other publishers' resources that meet the needs of their audience. They publish under the name Brethren Press and an imprint called faithQuest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brethren Press"
Brookers is the brand name of a group of New Zealand information-solutions companies, part of the Thomson Legal & Regulatory division of The Thomson Corporation. Its products use the standard Thomson starburst logo with "BROOKERS" at the bottom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brookers"
Clive M. Law is a Canadian publisher and author, and founder and President of Service Publications. He has written and edited several books dealing with the Canadian military, including ground-breaking works on Canadian distinguishing patches worn since 1916, as well as the uniforms of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clive M. Law"
The conger was a system common in bookselling in 18th and early 19th century England, for financing the printing of a book. The term referred to a syndicate of booksellers, mostly in London, who bought shares to finance the book's printing. Each member agreed to take so many copies for sale themselves, and the final profit was split in proportion to the members' initial financial input. Their names all appeared on the title pages as co- publishers, though one of the major publishing houses usually took the lead in setting the deal up. ...more on Wikipedia about "Conger (syndicate)"
The CRC Press, LLC is a publishing group which specializes in producing technical books in a wide range of subjects. While many of their books relate to engineering, science and mathematics, their scope also includes books on business and information technology. CRC Press is now a subsidiary of the Taylor and Francis Group. ...more on Wikipedia about "CRC Press"
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Daiwon C&A Holdings, headquartered in Seoul, Korea, is a major Korean anime, manga and Japanese entertainment company formed by the merger of Daiwon. The company is commonly referred to as "Daiwon", the same name used in previous incarnations of Daiwon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daiwon C&A Holdings"
The Dalkey Archive Press is a small publisher of fiction, poetry, and literary criticism, specializing in the publication or republication of obscure and out-of-print works, particularly contemporary literature. The publisher is named for the novel The Dalkey Archive, by the Irish author Flann O'Brien. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dalkey Archive Press"
DAW Books is a New York-based science fiction and fantasy publisher, founded in 1971 by Donald A. Wollheim and named after his initials, following his departure from Ace Books. ...more on Wikipedia about "DAW Books"
Frank Howard Dodd, (1844-1916), was the leading publisher at Dodd, Mead and Company of New York City from 1870 until his death, January 16, 1916. He had joined the publishing firm of his father, Moses Woodruff Dodd (1813-99) in 1859. His father retired in 1870. Edward S. Mead and Bleecker Van Wagenen joined the firm, and Dodd, Mead and Company became one of the leading publishing firms in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodd, Mead and Company"
Dollars & Sense is a magazine dedicated to providing left-wing perspectives on economics. It is published since 1974 six times a year and is edited by a collective of economists, journalists, and activists committed to the ideals of social justice and economic democracy. At first it was sponsored by the Union for Radical Political Economics, but now it is no longer officially affilliated with this organisation. Part of the magazine and the entire table of content is available online. The printed circulation numbers around 8,000 and the D&S is also a book publisher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dollars & Sense"
Dover Publications is a book publisher founded in 1941. It publishes primarily books no longer published by their original publishers—often, but not always, books in the public domain. Many of these books are of particular historical interest or high quality. Dover's policy of inexpensive, durable binding means its books are sold at a low cost. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dover Publications"
Egmont is one of the leading media industry groups of Scandinavia. Founded by Egmont Harald Petersen in 1878 as a one-man printing business, the company's headquarters is still based in Copenhagen, Denmark. After the Second World War Egmont initiated a cooperation with Disney, and in 1948 the company started to publish a Donald Duck comic magazine in Sweden. With the acquisition in 1963 of the Danish publisher Aschehoug, Egmont also entered the book market. The company also controls 33% of the Norwegian television channel TV 2. ...more on Wikipedia about "Egmont (media group)"
eigoMANGA is an independent comic book publishing company, publishing original manga ( Japanese-influenced comic books) as well as developing business and marketing projects geared towards the anime industry. eigoMANGA has been underway since its conception in 2000. The company is based in San Francisco, California. ...more on Wikipedia about "EigoMANGA"
Elsevier, the world's largest publisher of medical and scientific literature, forms part of the Reed Elsevier group. Based in Amsterdam, the company has substantial operations in the UK, USA and elsewhere. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elsevier"
Encyclopædia Britannica Inc. is the company best known for publishing the Encyclopædia Britannica, the world's oldest continuously-published encyclopedia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Encyclopædia Britannica Inc."
G. P. Putnam's Sons was a major United States book publisher based in New York City, New York. The company began as "Wiley & Putnam" with the 1838 partnership between George Palmer Putnam and John Wiley. In 1841, Putnam went to London, UK where he set up a branch office, the first American company to ever do so. In 1848 he returned to New York where he dissolved the partnership with John Wiley and established "G. Putnam Broadway," publishing a variety of works including quality illustrated books. ...more on Wikipedia about "G. P. Putnam's Sons"
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