Andrews McMeel Publishing

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As a global, independent publisher, Andrews McMeel discovers and develops original content that is both profound and popular. One of the enduring characteristics of our company’s success is the ability to identify and amplify unique, powerful voices that tell the story of our times. We strive to empower our creators, engage readers, and unite audiences, communities, and cultures.

We are known for New York Times bestselling poetry and inspiration, cutting-edge comics and humor, interactive puzzles and activities, and enlightening and entertaining children’s books and series. Our publishing decisions and the authors we represent continue to evolve and are a reflection of what’s relevant in the world around us as well as who we are as a company. We value confidence, creativity, and collaboration, and employ these tenets with a goal to effect change, embrace new thinking, and orchestrate outcomes.

AMP offers the responsiveness and intimacy of an independent publisher along with the global reach of a major house through our unique partnership with Simon & Schuster. Editorial, marketing, and production are headquartered at Andrews McMeel in Kansas City, while Simon & Schuster handles the logistics of sales and distribution.

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Featured Titles from Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Fangs / Sarah Anderson

Fangs by Sarah Andersen
From the creator of the enormously popular Sarah’s Scribbles comics comes FANGS, a love story between a vampire and a werewolf. FANGS chronicles the humor, sweetness, and awkwardness of meeting someone perfectly suited to you but also vastly different.

Dear Girl / Aija Mayrock

Dear Girl by Aija Mayrock
From a poet and celebrated spoken-word performer Aija Mayrock comes a debut poetry collection that takes readers on an empowering, lyrical journey exploring truth, silence, wounds, healing, and the resilience we all share.

Thoughts of Dog / Matt Nelson

Thoughts of Dog by Matt Nelson
Based on the beloved Twitter sensation, Thoughts of Dog contains never-before-seen, sweet and funny reflections on life from the pup-spective of a gooooob dog, who, above all else, loves their human.

DKMH / Dacre Montgomery

DKMH by Dacre Montgomery
A story of living, imagery from bursts of color and feelings, and hallucinations of our imagination. Written by spoken word poet, podcaster, and Stranger Things star Dacre Montgomery, comes his debut collection of poetry, DKMH.

My Life in Plants / Katie Vaz

My Life in Plants by Katie Vaz
From stumpy potted houseplants to intricate and delicate flower arrangements, My Life in Plants is a heartfelt, honest memoir that intertwines the complex nature of houseplants with a journey of self-discovery.

Cat Ninja / Matthew Cody

Cat Ninja by Matthew Cody
Beware, villains! Cat Ninja may appear to be nothing more than a silly internet meme, but he is evil’s greatest enemy, and the silent master of Kat Fu and carpet scratching! Cat Ninja is a hilarious graphic novel series about a lovable cat with a heroic alter-ego.

Escape from a Video Game / Dustin Brady

Escape from a Video Game by Dustin Brady
Young gamers control the action in this interactive new series from the bestselling author of Trapped in a Video Game. With more than 30 endings and an unlockable bonus adventure, The Secret of Phantom Island promises hours of screen-free fun.

Generation Brave  / Katie Alexander

Generation Brave by Kate Alexander
Generation Brave showcases Gen Z activists who are fighting for change on many fronts: climate change, LGBTQ rights, awareness and treatment of mental illness, gun control, gender equality, and corruption in business and government at the highest levels. Illustrated throughout, this book offers a celebration of what might be the most influential generation of the century.

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