Our company was founded on the principle that partnering each title with established publishing houses yields the most acclaimed and successful books. We still follow this principle, “co-publishing” with mainstream publishers in the US and UK.
A few years into our company’s growth, leading organizations came forward to join forces with us and our co-publishers. Simply put, our company produces books ─ from concept, to editorial, to design ─ and our co-publishers fund the outside organization’s required licenses fees and pay them royalties where applicable. Our co-publishers also pay for our services and provide the valuable function of distributing and marketing for all books we produce for them.
Following is information about how it works for both our two-party partnerships with our co-publishers and three-party partnerships with leading organizations that join forces with us in each co-publishing arrangement.
LEADING ORGANIZATIONS come to us when they believe a new book is in order. Above (from left to right) are a few of the titles we published for the following organizations: the Associated Press, the American Management Association, NBC News, the Smithsonian, the Wall St. Journal, and the Sporting News. Others are in the list below.
Why We Partner: For some topics the right organization can add authority to important topics. In exchange, they collect license fees and sometimes royalties too. The
OUR CO-PUBLISHERS provide distribution and marketing for all our books. Above, from left to right, are book covers of titles co-published with: HarperCollins, Doubleday (Div. of Random House), Henry Holt-Macmillan, Abrams Books, St. Martin’s Press, and Houghton Mifflin.
Nothing is more important: The success of every book is largely determined by getting the perfect match between the author or organization and the most appropriate publishing house that distributes and markets their book. Our company enjoys relationships with over 50 mainstream publishing houses, our "co-publishers," where we “place” our books on a title-by-title basis, rather than being confined by blanket restricting, contracts. Book publishing, being a niche business, means knowledge of each publishing houses strengths and weakness will determine everything from its earnings to its overall success. The below publishing houses have served as our co-publishers: