IPG Adds Six Publishers

IPG has added six new publishers to its sales and distribution programs:

GracePoint Publishing, Colorado Springs, Colo., which specializes in supporting leaders, teachers, coaches, and creatives to get words on paper and thoughts out to their audience. (Worldwide, effective September 1.)

Upriver Press, Colorado Springs, Colo.--"the younger sibling of Endeavor Literary Press"--which publishes scholarly nonfiction exploring issues in economics, art, science, history, political science, technology, and current affairs. Its titles, including The Resilient Society and Disrupting Racism, bring scholarly research to broader audiences. (Worldwide, effective July 1.)

Belle Point Press, Fort Smith, Ark., a regional press celebrating the literary culture and community of the American Mid-South. Belle Pointe publishes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction titles across genres. Belle Pointe has three frontlist titles to release later this year, including Hungry and the Haunted by American Book Award winner Rilla Askew. (Worldwide, effective July 1.)

New India Publishing Agency (NIPA), New Delhi, India, which publishes a variety of educational and informational texts in the science and technology fields. (Distributed by Eurospan, IPG's academic and professional division, worldwide excluding India, effective July 1.)

Emmaus Academic, the academic publishing arm of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology, which publishes scholarship that integrates scriptural, patristic, and medieval traditions with modern approaches to cut across the boundaries of contemporary academic disciplines. (Distributed by Eurospan, IPG's academic and professional division, worldwide excluding North America and Oceania, effective July 1.)

Curtis Press, which publishes thought-provoking texts on science and satire. (Distributed by Eurospan, IPG's academic and professional division, worldwide, excluding the U.K. and North America, was effective May 1.)

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