We’d like to welcome Felicia capers, author of Enough of Frankie Already! and founder of Posh Publishing, LLC!!
We are so excited to have The Omnibus Publishing as a SILVER Sponsor for MCCBD 2015!
Baltimore based and woman owned and run since 1998, The Omnibus Publishing (TOP) rebranded to it’s current set up in January, 2014. Currently a division of Reading Pandas, Inc. we offer publishing and minor editing services for authors of various genres. By embracing and marrying certain technologies, TOP will provide a significant edge in the e-book world.
Chronicle Books is one our returning sponsors from our last MCCBD and is one of our Bronze Sponsors for MCCBD 2015!
Chronicle Books is an independent publisher of books for children, adults and other readers. Founded in 1967, Chronicle Books publishes over 330 books, stationary objects, journals and more every year, and have published 206 books about cats. Inspired by the enduring magic and importance of books, our objective is to create and distribute exceptional publishing that’s instantly recognizable for its spirit, creativity, and value. This objective also informs our business relationships and endeavors, be they with customers, authors, vendors, or colleagues. [Read more…]
Satya House Publications is one of our wonderful GOLD Sponsors for MCCBD 2015!
Satya House Publications was founded in 2003 as a boutique publisher of books that have a substantial and/or growing niche market. Our books satisfy intellectual curiosity and exploration. With the creation of the I See the Sun in series in 2010, Satya House has become a premier publisher of niche market books in the children’s multicultural, bilingual book arena.
Muslim Writers Publishing was established in 2006 by Linda Delgado, the author of the Islamic Rose series. Ms. Delgado saw a need for quality fiction books written for the growing Muslim population in the United States. She ran the business and performed the services at her own expense in order to support Muslim English-language writers, who are a sort of fledgling class in an emerging genre. In early 2013, Ms. Delgado passed the business to Debora McNichol.