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Publishers

Contents

Audio/Video Publishers Children's Book Publishers
Computer Book/Software Pub. Foreign Publishers
Print On Demand Publishers Scholarly Publishers
Small Press Publishers Trade Publishers

Audio/Video Publishers

Children's Book Publishers

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Computer Book/Software Publishers

Foreign Publishers

Print On Demand Publishers

Scholarly Publishers

The scholarly and academic sectors of the publishing industry are critically important to the intellectual and cultural well being of the nation. Scholarly and academic publishers are beginning to make their presence as well known on the Internet as they are in the classroom and university library. Here are some of the best:

Small Press Publishers

Trade Publishers

Some publisher Web sites amount to little more than a kind of cyberspace 4-color brochure. Others are a kind of one-publisher bookstore where visitors can browse their titles, read reviews, learn about their authors, discover links to other places of interest, and buy a book right then and there. Here is a roster of some of the most interesting publisher Web sites I've discovered, which run the gamut from the very simple to the quite complex.