37 INK

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37 INK
Parent company Atria Publishing Group
Founded 2013
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location New York City
Publication types Books
Official website www.simonandschusterpublishing.com/atria/

37 INK is an American publisher launched in 2013 focusing on a diverse list including African-American authors and is part of the Atria Book Publishing Group, a division of Simon & Schuster.

Dawn Davis, the former publisher at Amistad Press, is the current publisher for 37 INK.[1]

37 INK officially launched in 2013. Dawn Davis said that the imprint name comes from the 37th parallel north which intersects California, Africa, and Italy—three places that have been significant to Davis.[1] In an interview, Davis said that her mother was from Italy, she was from California and Africa is where we're all from.[2] Davis stated to Publisher's Weekly that the title is also "reflective of the breadth of voices and viewpoints that the imprint will publish."[1] At the launch, the imprint was expected to publish ten titles per year spread across literary fiction, memoir, narrative non-fiction, history and pop culture books.[3] While the imprint has published many titles by African-American authors, Davis stated in an interview on NPR that 37 Ink "wants to publish books that represent a diverse array of cultures and viewpoints because that is what readers want."[4]

Notable Authors[edit]

Simon & Schuster has published thousands of books from thousands of authors. This list represents some of the more notable authors who have published at 37 INK. For a more extensive list see List of Simon & Schuster authors.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "New Davis Imprint Named 37 Ink". PublishersWeekly.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08.
  2. ^ "37 Ink Takes Book Publishing Around The World And Across Genres". MadameNoire. 2013-09-18. Retrieved 2017-01-08.
  3. ^ "Atria Publishing Launches 37 Ink Imprint". Writers Write. Retrieved 2017-01-08.
  4. ^ Neary, Lynn. "To Achieve Diversity In Publishing, A Difficult Dialogue Beats Silence". Retrieved 2017-01-08.