American Association of School Librarians
The American Association of School Librarians is interested in the general improvement and extension of library media services for children and young people. Site provides information and links.
American Booksellers Association (ABA)
BookWeb is the homepage of the American Booksellers Association, the non-for-profit trade organization representing independent bookstore nationwide. The site contains news, a directory of bookstores and other valuable book-related content.
Association of Authors' Representatives, Inc. (AAR)
A not-for-profit organization of independent literary and dramatic agents. Includes a list of agents who are members.
Association of Booksellers for Children
The Association of Booksellers for Children is a national membership association which offers a suppport network for professional children's booksellers who share the goal of encouraging quality ans service within the children's book industry.
Audio Publishers Association (APA)
The Audio Publishers Association (APA) is a not-for-profit trade association whose primary goals are to promote awareness of the audiobook industry and represent audio book publishers.
Book Industry Study Group
The Book Industry Study Group, a membership-supported, not-for-profit research organization, is comprised of organizations from every sector of the publishing community
Children's Book Council (CBC)
The Childrens Book Council (CBC) is a nonprofit trade association whose membership consists of U.S. publishers and packagers of trade books for children and young adults, and producers of related literacy materials.
Modern Language Association of America
The Modern Language Association of America is a not-for-profit membership organization that promotes the study and teaching of language and literature.
National Book Critics Circle
The National Book Critics Circle, founded in 1974, consists of nearly 700 active book reviewers, interested in communicating with one another about common concerns.
National Book Foundation, The
The National Book Foundation was established to raise the cultural appreciation of great writing in America. The organization awards the reknowned literary prizes: The National Book Awards.