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Business Listing   Area 51 Games - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 441-4809


Business Listing   Arsenal Binding & Finishing - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 687-9522


Business Listing   Barnes & Noble - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 494-4995


Business Listing   Book Publisher - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 268-3434


Business Listing   Bradley Oak Publications - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 682-0502


Business Listing   Business News Publishing CO - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 531-3370


Business Listing   Calhoun Distribution Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 777-1616


Business Listing   Carson Publishing Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 201-3222


Business Listing   Center for Social Studies Education - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 341-1967


Business Listing   Dorrance Publishing - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 288-4543


Business Listing   Gideons International - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 881-2828


Business Listing   McKnight Medical Center - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 364-0333


Business Listing   Minuteman Press - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (724) 733-5963


Business Listing   Navigation Technologies - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 635-9813


Business Listing   New Pittsburgh Courier - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 481-8302


Business Listing   News Stream Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 831-5850


Business Listing   Pittsburgh Magazine - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 622-1360


Business Listing   Renaissance Publications Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 391-8208


Business Listing   Server Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 381-5029


Business Listing   Smithfield News - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 391-6980


Business Listing   Tribune Review - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (888) 544-1212


Business Listing   Vaughen's Price Publishing CO Inc - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 367-5100


Business Listing   Washington Road Quick Stop - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (412) 343-8040


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Helpful Definition for: Publishers - Books

When books are published by a small number of very large book publishers, but thousands of smaller book publishers exist in Pittsburgh.Many small and medium-sized book publishers specialize in a specific area. The publisher takes responsibility for the publication in a way that a mere printer or a shopkeeper does not.

In Pittsburgh thousands of authors have created their own publishing companies, and self-published their own works. The book publishing industry, the publisher of record for a book is the entity in whose name the book's ISBN is registered. The publisher of record may or may not be the actual publisher. The book, whilst nominally published, is almost impossible to obtain through normal channels such as bookshops, often cannot be special-ordered and will have a notable lack of support from its publisher, including refusals to reprint the title.

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