Recorded Books and Soho Press Launch Audio Publishing Agreement
Prince Frederick, MD
Soho Press, Inc., publisher of high-quality international mysteries and literary fiction, and audiobook publisher Recorded Books, Inc., have agreed to an exclusive publishing relationship that will see most of Soho's authors released in all audio markets and formats throughout the world.
"Soho has set the bar in the category of international mysteries and crime fiction, growing a fantastic list of authors and publishing some of the most intelligent titles in the genre," said Troy Juliar, senior vice president of content and acquisitions. "We're thrilled with this partnership and look forward to applying our high-quality recording processes and unique selling abilities on behalf of Soho authors."
"Recorded Books has a strong presence in libraries here and abroad and a reputation for making quality recordings," said Bronwen Hruska, publisher of Soho Press. "I believe we've chosen a great partner and a great audio home for our authors and their fans."
About Soho Press, Inc.
Soho Press is an independent book publisher based in Manhattan's Union Square. Founded in 1986, Soho publishes 90 books a year across its Soho Press, Soho Crime and Soho Teen lists, and is known for introducing bold new literary voices, award-winning international crime fiction, and compelling young adult mystery and thrillers. For more information visit http://www.sohopress.com.
About Recorded Books, Inc.
Headquartered in Prince Frederick, Maryland, Recorded Books also has a U.K. subsidiary-W.F. Howes-in Rearsby, England, and Wavesound, a subsidiary in Chatswood, Australia. With U.S. studios in New York City, located above The Strand, the venerable bookstore at 12th and Broadway, they record over 1,000 titles per year with the most well-recognized and beloved narrators in the industry. The company's catalog of over 13,500 exclusive titles and a unique combination of quality content, premium recording processes, and proprietary technology make it the leader in its space. The quality of the company's recordings is reflected in a list of 695 AudioFile Earphones winners, 31 Audie winners, 188 Notable Recordings for Children and Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults, and many other awards for quality production. In addition, the catalog contains 16 National Book Award winners, 12 Booker winners, and 151 winners and finalists for the Newbery and Printz awards. For more information, visit http://www.recordedbooks.com.