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Harvard Common Press
Harvard Common Press strives to provide consumers with accessible, engaging content in the culinary, parenting and lifestyle arenas. Working with topic experts, HCP aims to produce award-winning content that capitalizes on both established and developing trends and has an enduring place on consumer bookshelves.
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Founded in 1976 on the common in Harvard, Massachusetts, Harvard Common Press has established itself as a leading publisher in the cookbook and pregnancy/childbirth arenas. The company has multiple IACP and James Beard award-winning cookbooks, and is well-regarded by both the media and consumers for producing accessible, inspiring culinary content for home cooks. HCP specializes in key areas within its culinary program, including barbecue and grilling, baking, regional/international cooking, single-subject, and appliance cookery, working with leading experts in these areas to produce top-quality cooking content.
Within its pregnancy and childbirth line, Harvard Common Press has had similar success. Two of the company's most popular titles, The Nursing Mother's Companion and The Birth Partner are regarded as indispensable resources for childbirth educators, practitioners and new mothers. The Nursing Mother’s Companion, by Kathleen Huggins, was the first comprehensive handbook on breastfeeding issues ever to be published. Still in print, now in its sixth edition, and with sales topping 1,000,000, The Nursing Mother’s Companion remains the standard in the category.
Harvard Common Press was purchased by The Quarto Publishing Group USA in February 2016
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Harvard Common Press publishes books in the cookery and pregnancy/childbirth cateories. We’re pleased to look over your book query, and if your book idea fits into our focus areas we will contact you for more details. See our submission guidelines.