6 Black-Owned Book Publishers Representing In The Book Trade

- By Bossip Staff Categories: News, The Atlanta Post

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You don’t have to look hard for predictions of the end of the publishing industry.   Frightening stuff if you’re a book lover, especially one for whom a book still means paper and a spine.  For now, however, presses continue to bring books to market.  Here are six African-American publishers who remain in the trade, committed to sharing high-quality literature and non-fiction to challenge and inform.

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  • kerry(i'm on a drug...it's called charlie sheen)

    Go brothers and sisters. We need more entrepreneurs. Let’s just hope we support them.

    • Sally

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  • sheshe

    This is a great story. Much love to Black businesses that provide a platform for creativity and information.

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