Post Hill Press

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Post Hill Press
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Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationNew York City, New York
Nashville, Tennessee
DistributionSimon & Schuster[1]
Key people
  • Anthony Ziccardi (publisher)
  • Michael L. Wilson (president)
Publication typesBooks

Post Hill Press, distributed by Simon & Schuster, is a United States print and e-book publishing house. The company was founded in 2013, and has offices in New York City and Nashville, Tennessee. It publishes pop culture, business, self-help, health, current events, Christian and conservative political books. In 2017, the company added the Bombardier Books division for conservative politics and military books.

Authors published by Post Hill include media personalities and political figures such as Teen Mom stars Maci Bookout and Kailyn Lowry,[2] Venezuelan actress and fashion model Patricia Velasquez,[3] former presidential candidate Herman Cain,[4] former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan,[5] and Dancing With the Stars dancer Karina Smirnoff.[6]

Post Hill's publisher is Anthony Ziccardi, formerly publisher of Humanix Books (a division of Newsmax Media) and associate publisher of Simon & Schuster's Gallery imprint.[7]

In March 2019, Post Hill acquired Fidelis Books from LifeWay Christian Resources.[8]


  1. ^ Our Valued Clients
  2. ^ "The Reality Star Tome Trend: Can Anyone Get a Book Deal?". Yahoo Celebrity.
  3. ^ "World's First Latina Supermodel Patricia Velasquez Hosts Book Release Party for Memoir, "Straight Walk"". Latin Post.
  4. ^ "Check Out Herman Cain's New Book: The Right Problems: What the President, Congress, and Every Candidate Should Be Working On-Out January 2016". Fox News.
  5. ^ "'The Mayor' by Richard Riordan short on revelations, insight". LA Times.
  6. ^ "'Dancing with the Stars' dancer Karina Smirnoff shares dating disasters, advice". Chicago Tribune.
  7. ^ "Ziccardi Joins Post Hill Books as Publisher". Publishers Weekly.
  8. ^ Wenner, Emma (1 March 2019). "Post Hill Press Buys Fidelis Books Imprint". Publisher's Weekly. Retrieved 2 April 2019.

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