“I sincerely appreciate the recognition from Publishers Weekly, but it’s the Wolfpack employees, authors, and fans that made this happen."
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) April 29, 2021
Publishers Weekly has named Wolfpack Publishing one of the fastest-growing independent publishers of 2020. President Mike Bray credits the management team for the company’s growth in 2020. “They kept their teams focused through the worst of the pandemic and ramped up production to meet the increased demand in the marketplace,” he said.
Wolfpack plans to further grow their catalogue organically, both through continuing to publish their current author’s backlists, and through acquisition. Wolfpack has acquired the rights to over 80 Gordon D. Shirreffs’ backlist titles, as well as 41 backlist titles from author Richard S. Prather. “Our existing authors are the true key to our success as a publisher,” says Bray. “They consistently meet their fans expectations both in the quality of their work and with a consistent release schedule.”
Notable titles from Wolfpack Publishing from 2020 include “The Repairman: The Complete Series” by L.J. Martin, “The Saga of Colter Farrow” by Peter Brandvold, and “The Crocketts’: Western Saga One” by Robert Vaughan.
“I sincerely appreciate the recognition from Publishers Weekly, but it’s the Wolfpack employees, authors, and fans that made this happen,” says Bray.
Founded in 2013, Wolfpack Publishing is a hybrid publishing company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Wolfpack Publishing imprints include CKN Christian Publishing and the new teen/young-adult imprint, Wise Wolf Books.
For the full Publishers Weekly article on how Wolfpack Publishing is a stand-out independent publisher, please visit their website at publishersweekly.com.