Atria Books and Atria Trade Paperbacks
Atria Books and Atria Trade Paperbacks publish noteworthy books for readers of all tastes and interests. With more than 304 New York Times bestsellers to the imprint’s credit since its launch in 2002, Atria is known for particular expertise in the areas of women’s fiction, mystery/thriller, African-American fiction, memoir, popular culture, health and diet, cooking, popular science, psychology, self-help, and spirituality. Atria brings innovation to the publication of books that entertain and enlighten.
Atria/Beyond Words publishes books in the mind/body/spirit category, anticipating and articulating trends in the evolution of consciousness and the intersection of science and spirituality. We are proud to have been the publisher of The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, which has been a fixture on the New York Times bestseller list since its publication in 2006. Through our books and through our actions, we hope to inspire people to find lasting solutions to the issues of the day and to learn new ways of living more authentic and complete lives.
Atria Books Español
Publishing Spanish language books with particular appeal for today’s US Spanish reader, Atria Books Español focuses on quality fiction as well as celebrity memoir and self-help nonfiction. Atria Español authors include Laura Esquivel, María Dueñas, Javier Sierra, Teresa Rodriguez, Daisy Fuentes, María Celeste Arrarás, Marcos Witt, and Daisy Martinez.
Emily Bestler Books
Emily Bestler founded her eponymous imprint, Emily Bestler Books, in 2011 with one guiding principle: to find the very best commercial fiction and nonfiction across a wide range of categories and put these books into the hands of as many readers as possible. In her words, “We are passionate about our mission of finding a book for everyone. You’ll find that our list is as varied as our readers.”
Howard Books, part of the Atria Publishing Group, is one of the most trusted and admired names in Christian publishing and in the general marketplace. Howard is Simon & Schuster’s primary imprint for faith-based books.
Founded in 2015, with an eye on emerging voices, Enliven is the world’s first holistic publishing house for mission-driven authors. We curate, create, collaborate, and commission sophisticated, fresh titles and voices to enhance our readers’ spiritual development, success, and wellness pursuits.
A New Publishing Home for a New Kind of Storyteller.
Keywords Press is the first book publishing imprint specifically created for online video stars and their fans. Launched in 2014 in partnership with United Talent Agency, Keywords Press publishes cross-generational titles by the biggest and brightest online talents today.
Strebor Books International
Founded in 1999 by nationally bestselling author Zane, Strebor became part of Atria Books in 2005. Under Zane’s ongoing leadership, Strebor remains dedicated to its mission of discovering and publishing the best in minority literature today. Strebor has produced numerous bestsellers, including the three novels that Zane originally self-published: The Sex Chronicles: Shattering the Myth; Addicted; and Shame on It All. Strebor’s goal is simple: to make sure that extraordinary voices are heard and brought to life through the pages of the books we publish.
Washington Square Press
Since its founding in 1959, the Washington Square Press name has been synonymous with the finest in classic and contemporary fiction. As part of the Atria Publishing Group, WSP is the paperback home of some of the world’s most talented contemporary storytellers, including Fredrik Backman, Joseph Kanon, Thomas Keneally, Kate Morton and Jennifer Weiner, joining such WSP backlist luminaries as Pearl Buck, Carlos Castaneda, Jim Harrison, Wally Lamb, Walter Mosley and Jodi Picoult.
37 Ink, founded by Dawn Davis in the spring of 2013, publishes books from a diverse array of cultures and viewpoints. The imprint is home to authors of literary fiction, memoir, narrative nonfiction, history, pop culture, and select service nonfiction. Prior to launching 37 Ink, for nearly a dozen years Davis was Editorial Director and then Publisher of Amistad books.