Poseidon Press

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Poseidon Press was an imprint of Simon & Schuster publishing, operating from 1982 to 1993. The founding editor was Ann Patty, who later went on to become an executive editor at Harcourt. Many of their titles were works of literary fantasy and horror.[1][2][3]

Poseidon Press is also the name of a fictional publishing house from the 1979 novel Proteus by Australian writer Morris West.

Books published by Poseidon Press[edit]