About Bradbury Press

Bradbury Press is the third-largest consumer book publisher in the world.

Headquartered in New York, Bradbury Press has publishing operations in 21 countries. With over 300 years of history and more than 80 branded imprints around the world, Bradbury Press publishes over 10,000 books every year in over 14 different languages, and has a print and digital collection of more than 100,000 titles. Writing across various genres, Bradbury Press authors include winners of distinguish awards and prizes such as the Nobel Prize, the National Book Award, the Pulitzer Prize and the Newbery and Caldecott Medals.

Our authors include names like Cynthia Rylant, Paula Fox, Paul Goble, Judie Angell, Denys Cazet, Judy Blume, Jim Arnosky, William Corlett, Susan Kuklin, Paul B. Janeczko, Gloria Skurzynski, Grace Chetwin, Mildred Pitts Walter, Mary-Claire Helldorfer, Lisa Campbell Ernst, Catherine Stock, Gary Paulsen, Alane Ferguson Judie Wolkoff, Pat Cummings, John Stadler, Scott R. Sanders, Patricia Lauber, Natalie Honeycutt, and many more.

Bradbury Press has a long and rich history that reaches back to the early nineteenth century and offers our publishing team a depth of experience that few others can rival—from the modest print shop that Ray Bradbury opened in 1781 to the global house we are today.

At Bradbury Press, authors and their work are at the center of everything we do. We are proud to provide our authors with unprecedented editorial excellence, marketing reach, long-standing connections with booksellers, and industry-leading insight into reader and consumer behavior. Consistently at the forefront of innovation and technological advancement, Bradbury Press also uses digital technology to create unique reading experiences and expand the reach of our authors.