Bookmasters has expanded their base of international publishing clients with the addition of six new UK publishers: Arcturus Publishing, Heni Publishing and Salma Editions, House of Stratus, Stripe Publishing, Management Briefs, and Quintessentially Publishing.
Arcturus Publishing, a trade publisher with a strong concentration in art instruction, children’s, history, true crime, body, mind and spirit, and general reference books, has signed on with Bookmasters for North American distribution, print-on-demand, and global eBook distribution.
“Arcturus has decided to work with Bookmasters because of their reach, competence, and flexibility,” said Paul Byers, International Sales Manager for Arcturus Publishing. “Bookmasters is keen to work with us in driving sales through distribution, special sales, and mass merchandisers. Furthermore, they offer an intelligent combination of stock holding, POD and short-run printing, and marketing of eBooks. We anticipate strong sales in all channels.”
In addition to Arcturus Publishing, Bookmasters has entered into an agreement with the following UK publishers:
House of Stratus, a publisher of English literary classics, has entered into an agreement for North American distribution and print-on-demand
Quintessentially Publishing, a publisher of quality books with a focus on high-end popular culture, has entered into an agreement for North American distribution of print and eBooks.
Joining the list of Bookmasters’ North American distribution clients are Heni Publishing and Salma Editions, a publisher of fine art titles; Stripe Publishing, a publisher of popular ‘name’ books; and Management Briefs, a publisher of practical books for small business professionals.
“The addition of all these high quality UK publishers and their titles gives our trading partners access to materials that would otherwise be very hard to find in the U.S.,” added Larry Bennett, Bookmasters’ President of Distribution Services.
Titles from Bookmasters’ new UK publishers will be available through major retailers and wholesalers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Ingram, and Baker & Taylor.