IPS Adds Four Publishers

Ingram Publisher Services has added four publishers:

Effective July 1, Calexia Press, Chicago, Ill., a "new traditional publisher" with an emphasis on fiction in the thriller and mystery genres. Calexia's first title will be Blood Run, the next in Jamie Freveletti's Emma Caldridge series, followed by Julie Hyzy's new thriller in 2018

Effective August 5, Callaway Arts & Entertainment, New York City, which develops brands across media platforms, from books to 3-D computer-animated TV programming. Its titles have included Georgia O'Keeffe: One Hundred Flowers, Passage by Irving Penn, David La Chapelle's LaChapelle Land and the English Roses series by Madonna. Its newest title is Obama: The Call of History by Peter Baker.

Effective July 1, Hodder Education, part of Hodder Education Group, which works with schools and colleges, authors and awarding organizations to create print and digital resources. Hodder Education provides appropriate coverage for K-12 and vocational learners, and in particular for students following the International Baccalaureate & Cambridge International Examinations programs.

Effective July 1, NewSouth Books, Montgomery, Ala., which specializes in books about Southern history and culture, especially those that examine the nature of the change and conflict in the region in the post-World War II era. The press was founded in 2000 by Randall Williams and Suzanne La Rosa, who said, "We gravitate to material which enhances our understanding of who we are and asks us to stretch in our understanding of others."

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