Founded in 1843, Batsford is an imprint with an illustrious heritage and an enviable reputation in the areas of design, embroidery and textiles, chess, heritage, horticulture and architecture.
Collins & Brown is a top name in illustrated non-fiction, publishing a wide range of practical titles in the fields of craft, health, reference and popular culture as well as the Good Housekeeping range of consumer books.
Conway is one of the world’s leading publishers of books concerned with military, naval and maritime history. The diverse list includes titles on cartography and polar exploration, naval warfare, piracy and maritime trade and commerce.
As the official publishing partner of The National Trust our books reflect the unique significance of the countryside and coastline in the Trust’s care. Key topics include gardening, cookery, history and heritage.
Publishing glamorous books across all subject areas, Pavilion has an enviable list of authors and contributors, including the artist Jack Vettriano, the wine expert and television presenter Oz Clarke and the notorious lingerie retailer Agent Provocateur.
Pavilion Children’s Books features some of the best-known authors and illustrators working today, including Quentin Blake, Terry Jones, Michael Foreman and Ralph Steadman. The list includes books for babies, picture books, early fiction and illustrated classics.
Created in 2007, Portico publishes non-fiction books that are fresh, funny and forthright. With a focus on new authors and quality writing that will make you both laugh and think, these are books that punch above their weight.
Established in 1973, Robson has published a quirky and successful list spanning the whole range of non-fiction, as well as some fiction and poetry.
Salamander Books now represents Anova’s successful packaging arm, generating high-quality books across illustrated reference and popular culture for the international market-place.