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UK NON-FICTION MARKET

Grub’s up

Grub Street Publishing is a niche independent publisher. ‘We publish only cookery and military aviation history,’ said Grub Street’s cookery publisher Anne Dolamore.

Grub Street was set up in 1982 as a book packager but by 1988 had moved to only publishing books under its own imprint. ‘Back then we also published cartoon books but as the market changed we abandoned the humour books and concentrated solely on cookery and military aviation history on the basis that as a small independent publisher we needed to be very specialised and focused to survive,’ said Anne. Grub Street publishes around 20-30 new titles every year. ‘But it very much depends on what we feel is worth publishing. We don’t just list fill. We have an active backlist of about 180 titles so in any year there are many reprints.’

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