"Since its inception, Soho Press has maintained its reputation as a reputable independent publishing house both in the realms of crime/mystery fiction and literary fiction. In recent years, readers have become acquainted with a new incarnation of Soho Press, one born out of loss, perseverance, and respect.”
Too often, independent is associated with undiscerning, and Soho was determined to prove otherwise.
In this golden age of the indie book publisher (According to Bookstatistics.com there are currently over 60,000 book publishers), it is tough to get noticed amongst the slosh of other presses. So, aside from a political sex scandal involving one of your authors, solid distribution is the most reliable way to compete with the major New York houses.
Stay tuned for the rest of the list soon, but here is the first part of our spring 2014 season. Enjoy.
The Broken Road: From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos by Patrick Leigh Fermor
The long-awaited conclusion to Leigh Fermor’s account of his youthful walk through pre-war Europe follows…
NYRB Classics just released the first installment of their Spring 2014 Preview, and it features the likes of William H. Gass, Jean-Patrick Manchette, and Qiu Miaojin. Stay tuned for the second installment, which they say will come soon.
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