Atria Books is an American publishing imprint that was founded in 2002. It is currently a division of Simon & Schuster, one of the largest publishing companies in the world. The imprint specializes in publishing fiction and nonfiction books for adult readers, with a focus on commercial fiction, memoirs, and self-help. The imprint is known for its commitment to publishing high-quality books across a wide range of genres, and it has a reputation for publishing bestselling and critically acclaimed titles.
Atria Books has several imprints that focus on different genres and audiences. Some of the notable imprints include Atria, which publishes commercial fiction and nonfiction, Atria Paperback, which publishes mass-market paperbacks, and Atria Books for Young Readers, which publishes young adult literature. Some of the most notable authors that Atria Books has published include Jodi Picoult, E.L. James, and James Patterson.
The imprint is known for its commitment to publishing high-quality commercial fiction and nonfiction. Atria Books has published many best-selling and critically acclaimed titles, such as "My Sister's Keeper" by Jodi Picoult, "Fifty Shades of Grey" by E.L. James and the "Women's Murder Club" series by James Patterson. The imprint has a strong presence in the commercial book market, publishing books that appeal to readers who are looking for commercial fiction and nonfiction books.
In terms of distribution and sales, Atria Books distributes its books through a variety of channels, including bookstores, online retailers, libraries, and schools. The imprint also has a strong digital presence, with e-books, audiobooks, and digital subscriptions available through various platforms.