Soho Press

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Soho Press
Founded 1986
Founder Laura Hruska and Juris Jurjevics
Successor Bronwen Hruska
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location New York, NY
Distribution Random House Publisher Services
Publication types Books
Fiction genres Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction and Crime
Imprints Soho Crime, Soho Teen, Soho Constable
Official website www.sohopress.com

Soho Press is a New York City-based publisher. Founded by Laura Hruska in 1986, the company's primary focus is literary fiction and international crime series, with the occasional memoir. It recently launched a young adult imprint, Soho Teen, that focuses on YA mysteries and thrillers. It is currently headed by Bronwen Hruska.[1]

Soho Press releases an average of 60 titles per year, and its fiction backlist holds titles from authors such as National Book Award finalist Edwidge Danticat (Krik? Krak!),[2] Sue Townsend (Adrian Mole: The Lost Years),[3] Maria Thomas (Antonia Saw the Oryx First),[4] Jake Arnott (Long Firm-C),[5] John L'Heureux (The Handmaid of Desire),[6] Delores Phillips, and Jacqueline Winspear, recipient of the Agatha Award.[7]

Soho Crime[edit]

Soho Crime is a department of Soho Press that focuses on exotic crime series. It has produced works from widely read authors like Cara Black,[8] Stuart Neville,[9] Colin Cotterill, Timothy Williams and Peter Lovesey.[10] Each crime novel or series explores a foreign country or exotic culture. Settings have included Paris, Bath, Northern Ireland, Laos, South Korea, Guadeloupe, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Bristol, Madrid, and Berlin.

Soho Constable[edit]

Soho Constable is a co-publishing venture with UK publisher Constable & Robinson, through which Soho Press releases British procedural mysteries in the United States. Authors have included Alison Bruce, David Dickinson, Suzette A. Hill, Pat McIntosh, R.T. Raichev, James Craig, and Barbara Cleverly.

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