PW provides the information needed by publishing and bookselling executives to run their businesses. The weekly magazine, web site and e-mail newsletters provide in-depth analysis of industry news and trends.
Granta Books publishes 35-40 works a year including memoir, philosophy, history, reportage, current affairs, literary fiction and translation. Granta Magazine publishes original new writing in English and in English translation (quarterly).
When InDesign users search for answers, they find them at InDesignSecrets.com. The site features thousands of tips, techniques, and tutorials by top experts, the widest-circulation InDesign podcast, a leading industry forum, a weekly InDesign Tip of the Week newsletter, and rich resources for every InDesign user.
Wanderlust magazine was launched in a bedroom in 1993. Still proudly independent, the multi-award winning Wanderlust is the leading magazine for adventurous and authentic travel.
KIDS DISCOVER is an educational, non-fiction series of single-topic magazines with an inventory of 180 titles for ages 6-12. Topics include earth sciences, social studies, world history and culture.
Wallpaper is the world’s number one global design destination, championing the best in architecture, interiors, fashion, art and contemporary lifestyle.
Computer news, features, and resources. Technology no longer just supports the business, it's at the very center of business innovation and strategy. This focus on creating business advantage unites the spectrum of decision-makers and key influencers across disciplines. Their common goal: to u...
ShortList is a free weekly magazine published in the United Kingdom, which launched on 20 September 2007. The magazine has the biggest circulation of any men's lifestyle magazine in Britain.
UK’s No.1 slimming magazine. Slimming World magazine was launched in 1998. Slimming World also publishes a range of recipe books and directories available to members in group.
The Society of European Stage Authors and Composers is a performing rights organization, with headquarters in Nashville and offices in New York, Los Angeles and London. Designed to represent songwriters and publishers and their right to be compensated for having their music performed in public.