Attwooll Associates’ licensing agency specializes in digital rights in reference, educational, professional, and non-fiction material – including text, illustrations, and maps.

Berghahn Books – scholarly books in the social sciences, including anthropology & sociology, European history, film, international relations, and Jewish studies.

British Library Publishing – scholarly titles on bibliography and History of the Book, popular illustrated anthologies, and reprints of classic detective and spy fiction.

Business Case Studies – over 600 business case studies branded The Times 100, from a wide range of companies, illuminating key elements of the business studies curriculum.

Carlton Books – illustrated history, sport, lifestyle, music, & humour.

Duncan Petersen – ‘Charming Small Hotels’ and illustrated city walking guides, plus natural history titles.

Goodfellow Publishers – innovative tourism, hospitality, marketing, and management titles for international professional, student, and academic markets.

Hart Publishing – legal books and journals for academic and professional markets.

The History Press – the UK’s largest local and specialist history publisher, including military, aviation, maritime, transport, biography, archaeology, and sport; plus family and local history & genealogy reference titles.

The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization – one of the world's leading publishers in Jewish studies, offering academic books in history and biography, religion and philosophy, cultural and literary studies, art and architecture.

Liverpool University Press – award-winning academic publisher of books & journals in the humanities & social sciences.

New Internationalist – current affairs, human rights, environment, food, & photography.

Osprey Publishing – a market-leading range of military history images.

Oxford Designers & Illustrators – a large library of educational illustrations.

Reaktion Books – art, Asian studies, cultural studies, film, history, literature, philosophy, and travel writing.

University of Wales Press – books and journals in humanities and social sciences.

Windmill/Brown Bear – illustrated non-fiction & educational reference titles.


Plus we are delighted to announce the following new & prospective publishing clients from China:

Shanghai Jiaotong University Press – over 800 new titles p.a. in the natural sciences, engineering, medicine, humanities, social sciences, plus textbooks for higher, vocational, & primary education.

Peking University Press – more than 1,500 new titles each year, with a wide range of college textbooks, monographs, journals and other scholarly works in nearly all academic disciplines.

China Intercontinental Press – books mostly in English about Chinese history, politics, the economy, science & technology, education, culture, and daily life.

China Renmin People’s University Press – one of China's leading publishers of college textbooks and academic works in the humanities and social sciences.

Science Press - the largest and most authoritative STM publishing house in China; subjects including biology, mathematics, physics, chemistry, astronomy and geology.

China Economic Science Press - one of China's largest publishing houses; books on economics, theories, management, finance and banking.

China Water and Power Press – professional and academic books about water resources, hydropower and electric power engineering, and also computer science, electronics, civil engineering, the energy industry, and environmental protection. More than 2,000 titles annually. 

China Publishing Group – China’s biggest & most influential publishing group in trade and professional markets, with over 40 publishers/imprints, including: The Commercial Press (est. 1897) – dictionaries, reference, & monographs; Zhonghua Book Company – Chinese classics and academic monographs; The SDX Joint Publishing Company – humanities and social sciences; People’s Literature Publishing House; People’s Fine Art Publishing House; and People’s Music Publishing House.

Zhejiang United Publishing Group* – one of the leading regional publishing groups: general and childrens’ books, fine art, & politics, plus academic books in the humanities and social sciences.

(* denotes publishers currently in negotiation to join Attwooll Associates Ltd agency shortly)