Bookseller b&h publishes new ‘b&w’ imprint with new publisher, imprint name bethandony house publishers

Bethandon House Publishing is set to launch a new imprint on April 14, 2017.

The imprint, named B&H, will publish a number of titles, including titles from the UK and US, including books by American author, poet, poet laureate and activist Sylvia Plath.

“It is a fantastic opportunity to work with such an amazing and vibrant and diverse collection of authors and publishers from across the world,” Bethany House CEO and founder Elizabeth Plastin said.

“They have a deep and diverse catalogue of work, and our goal is to build a broad range of titles that reflect the diversity and perspectives of the people who make up their community.”

Plastins own publishing house has published several notable British authors, including Caitlin Moran, Ann Leckie, Caitlin Kerr, James McNeill and Yoko Ono.

The UK imprint will be publishing the title A Tale of Three Cities by Yoko Asahara.

The series is a memoir and biography about the life of Yoko, who died of cancer in 2003 at the age of 51.

Plastinas own publishing House of Books has also published many notable British writers, including Diana Vreeland, Jane Austen, Sylvia Platt, James Joyce and Jane Austere.

The company has published titles from British authors including Kate Atkinson, John Grisham, Helen Gould, Diana Wynne Jones, Elizabeth Gilbert, Pauline Hanson, Anne Sexton and others.

The Beth&H imprint is the second of three new publishing houses announced for the Beothandon brand.

The brand is now the second largest imprint in the UK with a turnover of £3.5bn.

The new imprint will include a range of authors, and will be one of the first to expand into the US and the UK.

The first imprint to enter the US was Bechfield Publishing in 2014, which is based in London.

Beth &H was founded by Mark and Susan Bechman in 2010.

It is a non-profit organisation and supports authors and publishing.

The organisation is registered as a charity in England and Wales.

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