Abrams Books publishes visually stunning illustrated books on the subjects of art, photography, interior and garden design, architecture, entertainment, fashion, and general interest.
Abrams Appleseed publishes a beautiful list of books for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers (ages birth to 5 years). All board books, novelty books, and young picture books are artfully conceived and developmentally appropriate.
Abrams Books for Young Readers publishes bestselling and award winning fiction and nonfiction books for children and middle grade readers.
Abrams ComicArts publishes high quality, contemporary, groundbreaking illustrated books about the legends and history of comics art, animation, and cartoon-based material, as well as new graphic novels.
Abrams Image publishes illustrated books and gifts for savvy readers of all ages who shared a discerning sensibility.
Abrams Noterie is a new gift and paper product imprint at ABRAMS, launching in Spring 2015.
For middle-grade and teen readers, Amulet Books encompasses both fiction and nonfiction with its premeiere list including Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Sisters Grimm.
STC is the publisher of high-quality illustrated titles, specializing in the categories of cooking, interior design, gardening, crafts, pets, health, sports, and popular culture.
STC Craft/ Melanie Falick Books publishes a vibrant collection of exciting and visually stunning craft books specializing in knitting, sewing, quilting, felting and other popular craft genres.
SelfMadeHero is a graphic novel imprint based in London.
Abrams also distributes books for 5 Continents Editions, Booth-Clibborn Editions, Royal Academy Publications, Tate Publishing, The Vendome Press, V&A Publishing, and Editions Alain Ducasse.
Edward Graydon Carter (born 14 July 1949 in Toronto) is a Canadian-born American journalist and author. He is editor of Vanity Fair. He also co-founded, with Kurt Andersen and Tom Phillips, the satirical monthly magazine Spy in 1986.
Carter began his career at Time as a writer-trainee where he met Andersen, and spent five years writing for the magazine in the topics of business, law, and entertainment before moving to Life in 1983. Carter was then editor at the New York Observer before being invited to Vanity Fair to take over from Tina Brown, who left for The New Yorker. He has been the editor since July 1992, with successes during his tenure including winning ten National Magazine Awards.
Author Website: www.vanityfair.com
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