Loyola Press

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Loyola Press
Parent companySociety of Jesus
Founded1912
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationChicago, Illinois
Distributionself-distributed (US)[1]
Novalis (Canada)
John Garratt Publishing (Australia)[2]
Publication typesbooks
Official websitewww.loyolapress.com

Loyola Press is a publishing house based in Chicago, Illinois. It is a nonprofit apostolate of the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus.[3] It has no connection with Loyola University Chicago.

It primarily publishes school books for the parochial school market. However, in 1997, the press did publish a bestseller: The Gift of Peace, the last testament of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin.[4]

History of Loyola[edit]

Loyola University Press was founded in 1912 and became a separate non-profit in 1940 independent of any university. It changed its name to Loyola Press in 1995.

Imprints[edit]

Loyola Press publishes Chicago-related titles under the Wild Onion imprint, Jesuit studies titles under the Jesuit Way banner, and textbooks under the Loyola University Press imprint.[5]

Notable authors[edit]

Loyola Press has published books by the following notable people:[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Customer Service information". Retrieved 2017-12-31.
  2. ^ "Shipping Information". Retrieved 2017-12-31.
  3. ^ "About Loyola Press". Loyola Press. Retrieved September 24, 2013.
  4. ^ M.W. Newman, "Bernardin's Last Words Put Loyola Press On The Publishing Map," Chicago Tribune April 4, 1997
  5. ^ Kinsella, Bridget (November 27, 1995). "Chicago's Loyola no longer a UP". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved September 24, 2013.
  6. ^ "Our Authors". Loyola Press. Archived from the original on September 27, 2013. Retrieved September 24, 2013.

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