Announcing the Addition of Harvard University Press to the Columbia University Press Sales Consortium

Harvard University Press

Columbia University Press is pleased to announce that Harvard University Press is joining the Columbia Sales Consortium for sales representation in the United States and Canada beginning September 1, 2016.

The Columbia Sales Consortium has represented the finest university and scholarly presses to the book trade in the United States for more than 25 years. With the inclusion of Harvard University Press, the group will expand its sales representation services into Canada. This move builds upon a relationship between the two publishers which began in 2011 when our sales force first started to represent Harvard University Press in only the Southeastern United States. Order fulfillment and customer service for Harvard University Press will remain with Triliteral.

The Columbia Sales Consortium team consists of Brad Hebel, Director of Operations and Sales for Columbia University Press; Catherine Hobbs, Consortium Sales Manager and Sales Representative for the Mid-Atlantic and Southern United States; Conor Broughan, Sales Representative for the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada; Kevin Kurtz, Sales Representative for the Midwestern United States and Central Canada; and William Gawronski, Sales Representative for the Western United States and Western Canada.

The Columbia Sales Consortium also includes: University of California Press, Duke University Press, Fernwood Publishing, Georgetown University Press, ISD, McGill-Queens University Press, NYU Press, University of Alabama Press, University of Massachusetts Press, University of South Carolina Press, University of Virginia Press, and University of Washington Press.

William P. Sisler, Director of Harvard University Press says, “Harvard University Press is delighted to join the Columbia University Press sales consortium. Columbia has done a stellar job in representing us to the trade throughout the Southeast, and we look forward to expanding our collaboration with them and their other distinguished clients nationally and into Canada.”

Jennifer Crewe, Associate Provost and Director of Columbia University Press adds, “Columbia University Press is thrilled to add Harvard University Press to our sales consortium. Harvard University Press’s exceptional publishing program is a terrific complement to our own books and a perfect fit with the other distinguished presses in our consortium. We are delighted that Harvard has entrusted their books to our team, one of the strongest sales operations in academic publishing. Additionally, I am looking forward to the opportunity this move presents to build direct connections with our accounts in Canada.”

About Harvard University Press
Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is the publisher of such classic works as John Rawls’s A Theory of Justice, E. O. Wilson’s On Human Nature, and Helen Vendler’s Dickinson and continues to be a leading publisher of convergent works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. HUP’s publication program, which includes important new digital projects and platforms, is driven by the belief that books from academic publishers are more essential than ever before for understanding critical issues facing the world today.

About Columbia University Press
Columbia University Press was founded in 1893. With nearly 125 years of continuous publishing activities, it is the fourth-oldest university press in America. Notable highlights in its history include the publication of the Columbia Encyclopedia in 1935, the acquisition of The Columbia Granger’s Index to Poetry in 1945, the introduction of the three Sources anthologies of Chinese, Japanese, and Indian classic works in the 1950s, and, over the years, the publication of works by numerous eminent thinkers, including Theodor Adorno, Richard Allen, David Bordwell, Michel Chion, Rey Chow, Thomas Doherty, Todd Gitlin, Mikhail Gorbachev, John Rawls, Philip Rosen, Jeffrey Sachs, Janet Staiger, Joseph Stiglitz, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and Robin Wood.

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