The international publisher will arrive in China for the first time and display the works of their many authors.
Online PR News – 24-July-2018 – London – Austin Macauley Publishers, a leading independent publisher based out of London, will make their way to Beijing, China, for the annual Beijing International Book Fair. This year is the 25th anniversary of one of the biggest book fairs in Asia.
The publisher's stand at the fair is E1 D12. The fair is taking place from 22nd - 26th of August at the New China International Exhibition Center (NCIEC).
They are venturing into this huge market for the first time and will be part of the exhibit with the Publisher's Association. Rights to all the books published under their umbrella will be available during the entirety of the fair. Rights for books belonging to all genres will be available.
They will also have some popular books on display, which include; 'Running Wild', 'Herriot Goes to London' and 'The Heart of Consulting'.
The International Publishing Director of Austin Macauley said, "It is a great achievement for us to reach new milestones, China being one of them. With our growing success, we plan to use this opportunity to sell more rights to our books and make our presence known within the Chinese market."
Austin Macauley Publishers is coming off a whirlwind international tour that took them from UK to UAE and then to USA for 5 different events. They enjoyed substantial success at all events so far and are now looking to make their mark at the Beijing International Book Fair.
Austin Macauley has offices in London, Cambridge, New York, and Sharjah. They were recently named as one of the Fastest Growing Publishers by Publisher's Weekly Magazine. They are hoping to continue the momentum and spread their presence to more areas of the world, to give more authors the chance to tell their story.
About the Company
Austin Macauley Publishers LTD has a simple policy, to cast their net as widely as possible in search of great books. At a time when publishers and literary agents are closing their doors even to authors with a proven track record, they continue to accept unsolicited work from both new and established writers. To help them with the sometimes daunting and nerve-wracking task of sending their cherished work to a publisher, they endeavor to make our submission process as friendly and efficient as possible. They have offices in the UK, US, and UAE. Their goal is to collect great manuscripts from talented authors and bring their stories to the readers.