November 28, 2015

Publishing: Grey House Publishing Becomes Publisher of the Salem Press Product Line

From a News Release:

Grey House Publishing will become the publisher of the print editions of the Salem Press product line under a new exclusive license between EBSCO Publishing and Grey House.

Published for over 50 years, Salem Press products deliver award‐winning literary, historical, medical and science reference content to the public library, academic and high school markets. From the long‐standing Magill’s Literary Annual to the forthcoming Computer Technology Innovators, Salem Press reference continues to enrich the collections of all types of libraries.

Salem Press has a long tradition of publishing highly regarded, and well‐reviewed reference content. New editions of these reference resources will continue to be derived from the EBSCO‐managed editorial program.


Effective February 1, 2013, Grey House will fulfill backlist, standing and new orders.

Sales will continue to be supported by Salem/Grey House Publishing’s in‐house sales team in Hackensack NJ, all school and library jobbers, as well as its outstanding group of independent sales representatives around the country.

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