ASHLAND, OH – January 16, 2012 – Bookmasters has entered into an agreement with Spanish publisher Nowtilus Publishing to distribute their wide range of historical novels, popular history, personal development, and general interest titles in the U.S. and Canada.
Since 2002, Nowtilus Publishing has been a leader in the supply of quality titles in the European market and is now seeking to establish a stronger presence in the U.S. and Canada. They have identified Bookmasters as the most innovative partner for their distribution needs.
“With their eBook, offset, and print-on-demand capabilities, Bookmasters embodies ‘the new paradigm’ for book distribution,” says Santos Rodriguez, founder and publisher at Nowtilus Publishing. “Furthermore, their expertise in Spanish language books makes Bookmasters the ideal partner to enable us to extend our brand name to all the growing channels for Spanish language books in the U.S.”
“Nowtilus’ high quality content and commitment to excellence have made them one of the most sought-after publishers in Spain,” says Larry Bennett, president of Distribution Services at Bookmasters. “We are proud to be able to make these great titles widely available to Spanish speakers in the U.S. and Canadian markets.”
Nowtilus Publishing titles will be available through major retailers and wholesalers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Ingram, and Baker & Taylor.
Nowtilus Publishing, based in Madrid, Spain, is an independent publisher of general interest “mass-market” publications in subjects such as history, personal development, current issues, true crime, historical, contemporary, and biographical novels. The publisher has adopted the name Nowtilus, inspired by Jules Verne’s novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea. The name relates to the pursuit of good quality book content, both educational and entertaining.
Bookmasters, based in Ashland, Ohio, is the largest integrated provider of editorial and design, eBook conversion, printing, printed book and eBook distribution, and marketing services for publishers and authors. The organization has remained a publishing industry leader for more than 40 years.