Bloomsbury Publishing: A Major Fiction Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing is a major publisher of fiction, known for its literary fiction, children's books and non-fiction titles. The company was founded in 1986 in London, England, and has since expanded to have offices in New York, Sydney and other major cities. They have published a wide range of fiction, including literary fiction, commercial fiction, and young adult fiction. Some of their well-known and award-winning authors include J.K. Rowling, E.L. James, Margaret Atwood, and Zadie Smith. They also have a strong backlist of classic fiction and non-fiction.
Bloomsbury Publishing is known for publishing high-quality, thought-provoking literature and has a strong reputation for publishing literary fiction, as well as commercial bestsellers. They have been instrumental in promoting new and exciting voices and have been behind some of the most successful literary debuts of the past decades. They also have a strong presence in the Children's book market, publishing well-known series such as Harry Potter and The Hunger Games.
In addition to their literary pursuits, the company also has a strong academic and professional publishing division, where they publish scholarly books, textbooks and academic journals. They are also active in digital publishing, including e-books and audiobooks and have been responsive to the changing trends in the publishing industry.