Category Archives: Contact Sheets

Publishing Trends Annual Contact Sheet 2016

The 2016 general US publishing industry contact sheet is our most popular annual feature, listing publishers large and small, accounts, trade associations, and more. Taking into account mergers, acquisitions, and new additions, we are proud to offer our most comprehensive updated version as a free PDF. Click the image below to download the Publishing Trends Annual Contact Sheet 2016.

Literary Agent Contact Sheet 2016

We’ve updated our Literary Agent Contact Sheet for 2016. The 2016 list has contact information for hundreds of literary agents and agencies in the United States. To conserve space, the word “agency” has been omitted from most listings. Those agencies doing business under a single last name are listed alphabetically, with the agent’s first name in brackets…Continue Reading

Who’s Scouting Whom?: Literary Scouts Contact Sheet 2016

This year’s scout sheet remains very similar to the 2015 list. There are no new agencies to add nor were any removed. There are many territory changes throughout this year’s update. Each scout’s clients are separated by country or region, and representation for children’s titles is denoted where applicable. We also include the handful of TV and…Continue Reading

Freelance Publicists Contact Sheet 2016

Publishing Trends’ annually updated contact sheet of freelance book publicists includes 73 firms and individuals specializing in a wide range of genres and approaches. The majority of the publicists listed use both traditional and digital approaches, plus we’ve included two digital-only publicists who specialize in various aspects of online and social marketing and publicity. Each firm chooses…Continue Reading

The 2015 Book Distributors Profiles

Publishing Trends has assembled an updated version of our annual book distribution chart. This year’s list includes 25 companies total, with the addition of Cardinal Publishers Group.  Of the 25, 14 are publishers with a distribution arm and 11 are distribution-only companies.  The trend of including digital distribution continues with 23 of the companies now offering digital services, up from…Continue Reading

From Page to Film: Reeling and Dealing Contact Sheet 2015

We present to you this year’s 2015 Reeling and Dealing contact sheet, a guide to contact information for film scouts who work within the book industry. After last year’s massive overhaul of the Reeling and Dealing contact sheet, we decided to stick to that new format for this year’s edition. While there are no significant changes…Continue Reading

Publishing Trends Annual Contact Sheet 2015

The 2015 general US publishing industry contact sheet is our most popular annual feature, listing publishers large and small, accounts, trade associations, and more. Taking into account mergers, acquisitions, and new additions, we are proud to offer our most comprehensive updated version as a free PDF. Click the image below to download the Publishing Trends Annual Contact Sheet 2015.

Who’s Scouting Whom?: Literary Scouts Contact Sheet 2015

This year’s scout sheet remains very similar to the 2014 list. There are no new agencies to add nor were any removed. There are several territory changes throughout the list. Each scout’s clients are separated by country or region, and representation for children’s titles is denoted where applicable. We also include the handful of TV and…Continue Reading

Literary Agent Contact Sheet 2015

We’ve updated our Literary Agent Contact Sheet for 2015. This contact sheet is one of our largest and most extensive. The 2015 list has contact information for hundreds of literary agents and agencies across the United States. To conserve space, the word “agency” has been omitted from most listings. Those agencies doing business under a…Continue Reading

Publicists Contact Sheet 2015

Once again,  Publishing Trends has assembled a contact sheet of freelance publicists. We’ve added some names, and retired some, but the list continues to expand as the need for publicity services grows. Many firms utilize both traditional and digital approaches to book publicity, and again we have three digital-only firms. To download a PDF of this…Continue Reading