P.D. Meany publishes scholarly books in the humanities, with a special interest in history, English literature, and Irish studies.
Scholarly, History, Fiction & Literature,
Pajama Press is a small literary press with big ideas. We endeavour to publish titles of exceptional quality that will receive wide critical acclaim and awards; our books are designed to successfully appeal to children, young adults, librarians, teachers, and parents. We produce all formats popular in children’s publishing across a fairly broad range of genres: picture books, board books for the very young, middle-grade novels, young adult novels, and non-fiction for all juvenile categories. We do not publish genre fiction or series. Pajama Press publishes about 10 books each year for a national and international market.
Teen & Young Adult, Children's Books,
Pemmican Publications is a Metis publishing house, promoting Canadian Metis writers and illustrators through stories informed by Metis experience. Its titles include history, biography, cultural and linguistic studies, adult and young adult fiction and illustrated stories for younger readers.
Teen & Young Adult, Fiction & Literature, Children's Books, Aboriginal & First Nations,
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Playwrights Canada Press is a drama publisher; includes plays, theatre history, criticism and more. Domestic Distribution: UTP. Foreign Distribution: Theatre Communications Group (US), Nick Hern Books (UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa).
Pontificial Institute of Medieval Studies publishes scholarly material related to the European Middle Ages. Please visit our website for submissions information and to view our catalogue. Domestic Distribution: UTP. Foreign Distribution: Brepols (Europe).
PMP specializes in custom-written, curriculum-based resources and professional development materials for K-12 teachers and students. PMP titles include Social Studies textbooks, language-arts resources, assessment books, and hands-on resources. The company is known for the quality of its products, publishing resources by award-winning authors who are committed to best educational practices. In 2009, PMP introduced a trade imprint, HighWater Press (HWP). HWP, building on Peguis Publishers' original mandate to publish Aboriginal titles and regional histories, publishes fiction and nonfiction that contribute to the understanding of the Canadian experience in all its diversity.
Educational & Textbooks, Aboriginal & First Nations,
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