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The references provided are actually writer's desk references. I have the 2009 edition of the Writer's Market in my bookshelf at home. They do not provide second party commentary, they are mainly a collection of primary sources on submission guidelines for publishers. I've launched an AfD.Simonm223 (talk) 18:16, 13 September 2009 (UTC)
Weiser Antiquarian Books
At Weiser Antiquarian Books we say much more about this company's oldest imprint and its founder Samuel Weiser than we say here. Perhaps some of the now-five "Famous authors" should be mentioned there as well as or rather than here, or their biographies should link the other article.
Samuel Weiser Publishing
Weiser Antiquarian Books, now located in York, Maine (About Us), now uses "Samuel Weiser Publishing" to designate, evidently, what we call the publisher "Samuel Weiser, Inc." established in 1956
U.S. Library of Congress gives usage "S. Weiser" for "Samuel Weiser (Publishing)".
No catalog records means none by the publishing company as creator (or author: writer, illustrator, photographer), which would be materials such as its own catalogs. I don't know whether the catalog can be searched effectively, or at all, for works by publisher.
The Polish NUKAT gives "Samuel Weiser, Inc." "Samuel Weiser." "Weiser Books." as tracing for a corporate name for the established form of a corporate name "Samuel Weiser Publishing." (NUKAT|n 2013066787 at VIAF)