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Kunati Books
(publisher@kunati.com)

75 First Street, Suite 128
Orangeville, 59, Canada  

Home page: http://www.kunati.com

Founded: 2005

Website: http://www.kunati.com

Overview:
"A new publisher to watch." Booklist "Impressive." PW "Recommended for all public libraries." Library Journal These are just a few of the comments in the media. And from our distributor: " "IPG is pleased to announce the addition of Kunati Inc., an innovative publisher whose debut list will be featured in our Spring 2007 catalog. Already lauded by the book world for their phenomenal online marketing tactics, Kunati is garnering much attention for the book trailers featured on their website. Kunati's principals Derek Armstrong and Kam Wai Yu, known as the inventors of the animated book trailer, will be profiled in an upcoming issue of Book Standard as the creators of the animated book trailer." Independent Publishers Group (IPG) From a recent press release: "Kunati books earned starred reviews from the majors, including a "brilliant" from Booklist, "sexy" and "impressive" from Publishers Weekly, "absolutely charming but sure to enrage" from Kirkus, "tongue-in-cheek thriller" from Library Journal, "hugely cinematic" from Films and Books, and—impressively—"a new publisher to watch" from the venerable journal Booklist. Twenty Hollywood production companies are currently reading most of the spring list, with good initial response and early negotiations. There has been foreign rights and book club interest as well.' All genres welcomed. Fiction and non fiction. Commercial potential and unique propositions are Kunati's main focus. Query Kunati via their website submission service: http://www.kunai.com/

Memberships:
PMA, SPAN, American Booksellers Association, American Library Association, Canadian Booksellers Association, Canadian Libraries Association, Author's Guild

Interests:
Our authors go beyond talent and original voices. To be considered by Kunati, a book must have “edge.”