We bring writers to readers. The role of the publisher is to invest in compelling writers and books, focus the cultural conversation and develop market innovations which help bring eyes to writers’ works.
The reach of Trade Publishers is vast. Many of the highest-grossing and most highly-acclaimed motion pictures were based on Trade books. One hundred percent of the titles listed in Publishers Weekly’s 2010 Longest-Running Bestsellers lists were nurtured and brought to market by publishers providing the full continuum of value to writers and readers in all formats. And in 2009, the National Endowment for the Arts reported an increase in overall literary reading as a new generation of book consumers is coming of age, with the popularity of the young adult market continuing to grow.
The mission of the AAP Trade Publishers Division is to create and support a myriad of initiatives that showcase the value of content and contribute to the health of the industry. These efforts advocate reading, help increase book buying in all formats, acknowledge authors on a national scale and battle piracy to protect the livelihood of the craft.
AAP Welcomes New US Government Report as “Endorsement of the Value of Creative Work”
Study Notes Positive Impact of Arts and Culture on US EconomyRead More >>
New Report: Copyright Contributes $1 Trillion to US Economy
AAP Celebrates Banned Books Week
Celebrate the Freedom to ReadRead More >>
US PUBLISHERS SEE ONGOING SALES GROWTH IN PRINT AND E-FORMAT BOOKS WORLDWIDE, ACCORDING TO 2013 INDUSTRY EXPORT SALES REPORT
Report Available NowRead More >>
AAP’s Judith Platt Receives First Amendment Award from Freedom to Read Foundation
“Roll of Honor Award” Recognizes Commitment to Free ExpressionRead More >>
AAP General Annual Meeting 2014
Association of American Publishers
2014 General Annual Meeting
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
McGraw-Hill Conference Center
1221 Avenue of the Americas at 49th Street, 2nd FloorRead More >>
AAP Annual Meeting 2013
Innovative Solutions for Historic Challenges
Experts discuss some of publishing's biggest challenges and present creative and thoughtful solutions.Read More >>