NASHVILLE – Ingram Publisher Services Inc., an Ingram Content Group company, today announced the addition of three new publisher clients: Pajama Press, Rocky Nook and Dalkey Archive Press.
"We are pleased to welcome Dalkey Archive, Rocky Nook and Pajama Press to our growing distribution business. Each of these clients brings something special to our retail and library customers," said Mark Ouimet, vice president and general manager, Ingram Publisher Services.
Pajama Press is a literary children's press that produces all formats of children's books including picture books, board books, middle grade novels, young adult novels and non-fiction for all juvenile categories. Pajama Press is based in Toronto, Ontario, and consists of long-term industry veterans. Recent titles include: "Princess Pistachio" by the award-winning author-illustrator Marie-Louise Gay, White Ravens selection "A Good Trade" by Alma Fullerton and Karen Patkau, and "Moon At Nine" from the internationally-acclaimed Deborah Ellis.
Rocky Nook is a publisher dedicated to helping photographers master the art, craft and technology of photography. Based in Santa Barbara, Calif., Rocky Nook's author roster boasts preeminent, industry-leading photographers and best-selling authors such as Scott Kelby, David Busch, Bruce Barnbaum and Roberto Valenzuela. Rocky Nook takes pride in producing beautifully crafted books that simultaneously look wonderful on the coffee table and offer excellent instruction. Rocky Nook's books help readers master cutting-edge technology, get up to speed on the latest photographic genres, and pursue their artistic vision. Their newest books include "How Do I Do That in Lightroom?" by Scott Kelby, "More Than a Rock: Essays on Nature, Landscape, Photography and Life" by Guy Tal, and "David Busch's Nikon D7200 Guide to Digital Photography" by David Busch.
Dalkey Archive Press is a nonprofit literary press that publishes literature in translation and works by overlooked Anglophone authors, including Nicholas Mosley, Gilbert Sorrentino, David Markson, Flann O'Brien, Ishmael Reed, Violet LeDuc, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Viktor Shklovsky, Manuel Puig and Carlos Fuentes. Dalkey Archive Press publishes 50 titles each year, as well as The Review of Contemporary Fiction, a tri-quarterly journal, and CONTEXT, a free tabloid publication aimed at younger readers aged 18-24. Founded over thirty years ago in Elmwood Park, Ill., the Press currently maintains its office in Illinois and is also opening a new office at the University of Houston-Victoria in Victoria, Texas. Its European office is in Dublin, Ireland, on the campus of Trinity College. Forthcoming titles to be distributed by Ingram Publisher Services include "Newspaper" by Edouard Levé, "Collected Stories" of John Barth, "Best European Fiction 2016," five new titles in the Library of Korea, and "Great Latin American Novel" by Carlos Fuentes.
About Ingram Content Group
Ingram Content Group Inc. is a subsidiary of Nashville-based Ingram Industries Inc. The company got its start in 1964 as a textbook depository and has since grown and transformed into a comprehensive publishing industry services company that offers numerous solutions, including physical book distribution, print-on-demand and digital services. Committed to the success of its partners, Ingram works closely with publishers, retailers, libraries and schools around the world to provide them with the right products and services to help them succeed in the dynamic and increasingly complex world of content publishing. Ingram's operating units are Ingram Book Company, Lightning Source Inc., VitalSource Technologies Inc., Ingram Periodicals Inc., Ingram International Inc., Ingram Library Services Inc., Spring Arbor Distributors Inc., Ingram Publisher Services Inc., Tennessee Book Company LLC, and ICG Ventures Inc. Learn more about Ingram Content Group at www.ingramcontent.com.