Printers Row Publishing Group, the publishing arm of ReaderLink Distribution Services, is a Top 10 trade publisher in the US. Aiming to captivate readers, they publish interactive children’s books, activity kits, adult reference books, and classic literature. Join Peter Norton, vice president and publisher, as he shares the latest news about this robust book program that includes seven imprints: Canelo U.S., Canterbury Classics, Dreamtivity, Portable Press, Silver Dolphin Press, Studio Fun International, and Thunder Bay Press.
WHAT: Industry Insider: An Inside Look at ReaderLink’s Publishing
WHEN: Thursday, November 9 from 5:30-6:30 pm ET/2:30-3:30 pm PT
WHERE: Online via Zoom videoconferencing
COST: Free for ABPA members; $25 for nonmembers
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Peter Norton began his career in books nearly 30 years ago, opening two Barnes & Noble stores on Long Island. After a couple of years in stores he transferred into the corporate office as a remainder buyer. He ended his 15-year tenure at B&N as Director of Co-editions. Peter left B&N to become VP Publisher of Thunder Bay Press, Canterbury Classics, and Portable Press. During the last 13 years, Thunder Bay Press has grown into an industry leading craft and activity publisher. Similarly, Canterbury Classics has grown into a premier publisher of public domain titles by crafting classics with contemporary designs.
Moderator Nancy Hall is owner of The Book Shop, Ltd., a book development company focusing on juvenile properties, educational materials, and adult nonfiction books and kits from concept through production-ready materials and manufactured product. The company introduces approximately 20 new titles per year, specializing in novelty formats, as well as traditional trade, mass-market, and licensed books and kits.