Academy Chicago Publishers

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Academy Chicago Publishers
Status Active
Founded 1975
Founder Anita Miller
Jordan Miller
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Chicago, Illinois
Distribution Worldwide
Nonfiction topics Popular natural and social sciences
Fiction genres Many
Imprints None
Owner(s) Chicago Review Press
Official website AcademyChicago.com

Academy Chicago Publishers is a trade book publisher founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1975 by Anita and Jordan Miller who continue to select what is published.[1] It was purchased by Chicago Review Press in 2014.[2]

"... Academy Chicago Limited is a young publishing house that is winning esteem from literary folk across the country ... Anita and Jordan Miller ... publish books dear to their hearts – attractively made, mostly paperbound children's books, feminist books and new editions of hard-to-come-by literary treasures from the past." – New York Times Book Review[full citation needed]

Current Titles[edit]

  • COUNTY: Life, Death and Politics at Chicago's Public Hospital by David Ansell
  • The Dave Store Massacre by Ron Ebest
  • Loves of Yulian by Julian Padowicz
  • Relative Strangers by Frank Cicero Jr.
  • A Theory of Great Men by Daniel Greenstone
  • Too Late for the Festival' by Rhiannon Paine

Selected Past Titles[edit]

  • Earl Der Biggers (Charlie Chan)
    • The Black Camel
    • Behind that Curtain
    • The Chinese Parrot
    • The House Without a Key
    • Keeper of the Keys
    • Charlie Chan Carries On
  • Leo Bruce
    • Death with Blue Ribbon
    • Death of the Commuter
    • Furious Old Women
    • Such is Death
    • Die All, Die Merrily
    • Case for Three Detectives
  • John Cheever
    • Full River and Other Uncollected Stories
  • Arthur Conan Doyle
    • The Best Horror Stories of Arthur Conan Doyle
    • The Lost World
    • Tales for a Winter's Night
    • Four Classic Ghostly Stories
  • Frederick Engels
    • The Condition of the Working Class in England
  • Olga Lengyel
  • John Manderino
    • Reason for Leaving
    • Sam and his Brother Len
    • Crying at Movies
    • The Man Who Once Played Catch with Nellie Fox
    • The H-Bomb and the Jesus
  • David Schmahmann
    • Nibble and Kuhn
    • Empire Settings
    • Ivory From Paradise
  • Fay Weldon
    • Down Among the Women
    • The Fat Woman's Joke

References[edit]

  1. ^ Liebenson, Donald (2014-01-24). "Chicago Review Press acquires Academy Chicago Publishers". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2015-02-01. 
  2. ^ Kirch, Claire (2014-01-07). "Chicago Review Press Acquires Academy Chicago". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 2015-02-01. 

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