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Consortium Announces Three New Publishers For Distribution

October 23, 2023

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN (October 23, 2023)—Consortium® Book Sales & Distribution, an Ingram Publisher Services LLC (“IPS”) brand, announces three new publishers for the Spring 2024 season. Neem Tree Press, Portage & Main Press, and Willsow commence sales and distribution with Consortium on January 3, 2024.  

“We are excited to bring on three publishers with lists that include a variety of genres and perspectives,” said Julie Schaper, Vice President, Ingram Publisher Services – Consortium. “We look forward to working with each of our new publishers to expand their reach and introduce their titles to new readers.”

Neem Tree Press is a vibrant, independent publisher of books that change and broaden perspectives. Based in London, they publish thought-provoking and provocative stories from all over the world, including children’s and young adult titles, that aim to showcase global cultures and diverse protagonists. Key titles this spring include Clytemnestra’s Bind by Susan C. Wilson and Belly Woman: Birth, Blood & Ebola: The Untold Story by Benjamin Black.

Portage & Main Press (PMP) is independent, Canadian, and woman-owned. PMP publishes a wide range of educational resources that prioritize Indigenous and marginalized voices to inspire child-centered, inclusive learning. Their imprint, HighWater Press, publishes stories by emerging and established Indigenous writers. These books are a rich mix of nonfiction, novels, graphic novels, and children’s literature that honor and support Indigenous resurgence. Key titles this spring include We Need Everyone by Michael Redhead Champagne and The Kodiaks by David A. Robertson.

Willsow books are the first ever plantable children's books, produced in the United Kingdom with special handmade paper embedded with real vegetable and herb seeds. Willsow’s aim is to educate children and adults alike about sustainability. In 2021, the company appeared on the BBC’s Dragon’s Den. Key titles for spring include The Carrot Who Was Too Big For His Bed and The Lettuce Who Wanted A New Look by Tom Lines and illustrated by Tom Ward.

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About Consortium |

Consortium®, a brand of Ingram Publisher Services LLC (“IPS”), is home to a community of award-winning publishers that believe in the power of independent voices. Consortium grew out of a small book wholesaling cooperative in 1985 to become a full-service distributor, quickly earning a reputation as an advocate for independent publishers. Consortium now represents more than 130 independent publishers from the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, India, and Africa enabling them to successfully reach the trade, library, and academic markets for their books. Consortium understands the importance of ideas, and its goal as a distributor is to introduce those ideas—some that may otherwise not be discovered—to the widest possible audience. For more information, please contact Jordan Bascom at

About Ingram Content Group |

The world is reading, and Ingram Content Group (“Ingram”) connects people with content in all forms. Providing comprehensive services for publishers, retailers, libraries, and educators, Ingram makes these services seamless and accessible through technology, innovation, and creativity. With an expansive global network of offices and facilities, Ingram’s services include digital and physical book distribution, print on demand, and other services for the publishing industry. Ingram Content Group is a part of Ingram Industries Inc. and includes Ingram Book Group LLC, Ingram Publisher Services LLC, Lightning Source LLC, Ingram Library Services LLC, Tennessee Book Company LLC, Ingram Content Group UK Ltd. and Ingram Content Group Australia Pty Ltd.