Commercial Fiction Publishers of United States

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9 publishing companies in the directory of publishers in United States that publish Commercial Fiction books, e-books, magazines... [ Page 1 of 1 ]

Random House Inc.

New York [United States]

Paperback, hardcover, bestselling fiction, non-fiction, children's, leading teenage, romances, westerns, sci-fi, popular psychology, sociology, reference, dictionaries, classics, audio cassettes.

Simon & Schuster

La Jolla [United States]

Simon & Schuster publishes approximately 2000 titles annually and is a major force in today’s consumer publishing industry, dedicated to bringing an extensive cross section of first class information and entertainment in all printed, digital and audio formats to a worldwide audience of readers. Simon & Schuster consists of numerous prestigious and well known imprints, including Simon & Schuster, Scribner, Atria, Touchstone, Gallery Books, Pocket Books, Howard Books, Threshold Editions, Free Press, Major children’s imprints include l Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Simon Pulse, Aladdin, Little Simon, Beach Lane Books, Margaret K. McElderry Books, Paula Wiseman Books and Simon Spotlight.

The Overlook Press Peter Mayer Publishers, Inc.

New York [United States]

Publisher of literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction including art, architecture, design, martial arts, and biography.

Rhemalda Publishing

Moses Lake [United States]

Rhemalda Publishing's mission is to provide high-quality books through careful treatment of manuscripts by working hand-in-hand with authors so as not to take away, but enhance, the original vision for the written word.

DreamFusion Press

United States

Welcome! DreamFusion Press is a Denver-based company offering publishing and literary services to writers from all walks of life, including professionals, first time novelists and closet types ready to emerge. Our mission is to inspire, uplift and actualize the dreams of both writers and readers alike, all while ensuring the experience remains positive and harmonious. In a society where everything is superficial, technical and digital, we approach the literary world in a more holistic manner, considering the heart and soul a vital part of any project we take part in. We strive to create lasting relationships with those we work with, which in turn promotes a sense of community amongst writers, readers and everyone in between. We believe in connecting and empowering one another, as opposed to distancing and competing with them. After all - there is room for us all at the top. Will you join us?

Bracket Books

New York [United States]

Bracket Books was founded by publisher Sam Majors and is based in New York, New York. The company was established to fill a niche, a publishing void that grows larger as traditional print publishers continue to consolidate, struggle to maintain their narrow profit margins, and hold onto outmoded methods of distribution and old-fashioned book marketing techniques. Our business model embraces digital distribution and online marketing, and although we love to design and devour books that are produced in a printed form, we understand that the key to succeeding in the book industry in the coming decades won't be price points or corporate alliances; the key will be, as it always has been, matching the right author with the right audience, and doing so in an efficient, intelligent way. Although we publish fiction, our focus is non-fiction, and we'll be releasing approximately four non-fiction titles for each fiction title we publish. At this time, we do not publish coffee table books, art books, or children's books, and we cannot imagine ever being interested in publishing poetry or plays. We are primarily interested in books about the art of photography or about photographers, but we will also publish fiction that is connected, in an important way, to pop culture, particularly to movements in film or genres of popular music.

Feiwel & Friends

New York [United States]

Feiwel & Friends is an imprint of Macmillan USA that publishes quality and commercial fiction and non-fiction; picture books, novels and series headed by veteran publisher Jean Feiwel.

Black Bed Sheet Books

Antelope [United States]

Estab. October 2008. Publishes trade paperback originals and reprints, and ebooks. Publishes 20-30 print titles per year, 20-30 ebook-only titles. Receives 50% of books from first-time authors; 90% from unagented writers. Pays average of 15% royalty on wholesale price for print books, 15%-50% on ebooks. Does not yet offer advance. Publishes book up to one year after acceptance, with an average of 6-8 months. Accepts simultaneous submissions. Publishes primarily horror fiction as well as science fiction and fantasy, and related nonfiction. Past titles: Forest J Ackerman's Anthology of the Living Dead(edited by J. Travis Grundon, contributors include Del Howison, Joe Moe, and Mr. Ackerman himself), Blood Orchard by S.D. Hintz, The Butcher Bride by Vince Churchill, The Gentle Art of Making Enemies by Kevin Mellor, The Last Church by Lee Pletzers, As Above, So Below by Loren Rhoads & Brian Thomas.

VSP Publishing

United States

VSP Publishing is an independent book publisher firmly committed to opening the way to all the writers whose lives and ideas gave them the ability to better the world. Our editorial line centers mainly on fictitious works with stories allowing the craziest dreams, and on non-fictitious works with serious, sensitives an responsibles themes, such as feminism, human rights, ecology, environment, religions, politics, economics, medicine. Our team supports authors through each rigorous step leading to the publication of a book: editing, design, production and distribution, sales, marketing, public relations. We provide them with the best tools, the best services, so that their stories, their lives and ideas may spread on every continent.

9 Commercial Fiction publishing companies in United States in the directory.