Independent Publishers Group has added 10 client publishers:
The Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria, B.C., begins U.S. distribution with the IPG Trade program effective September 1. The museum and its publications showcase 550 million years of natural history and 9,000 years of human history in British Columbia.
Disruption Books, founded in 2014 and focused on innovative nonfiction on thought leadership, began being distributed by the IPG Trade program in January.
Interlude Press, a boutique publisher of LGBTQ general and romantic fiction, also joined the IPG Trade program with distribution that began in January.
Starting September 1, Midpoint Trade, which was acquired by IPG last fall, adds Oceanview Publishing, which publishes mystery, thriller and suspense titles; children's educational publisher Tarquin Group; Canadian publisher of literary works Guernica Editions; and regional publisher Buffalo Heritage Press, Buffalo, N.Y.
The National Association of Home Builders, whose publishing division is the designated source for education and training products for the building industry, joined the Academic and Professional distribution group in March.
Pavilion Publishing and Media, the provider of professional development resources for workers in the health, social care, education and community safety sectors, began distribution with the Academic and Professional program on July 1.
DesignerBooks, a Chinese publisher of books in art, architecture, graphic art, landscape design and planning, advertising art, industrial art, film and television media, began in June within the IPG Art distribution line.