About Beaufort

Beaufort Books is an innovative publisher of non-fiction and fiction. Based in New York City, it was named one of the fastest growing independent publishers of 2007 by Publishers Weekly.

We believe in the dynamic value of partnering. Beaufort has designed a model that involves the author in all aspects of the publishing process, and draws on the professional experience of the Beaufort team every step of the way.

Beaufort’s books are distributed by Midpoint Trade Books, one of the largest distributors in the industry, with over 250 independent presses in the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, Australia, and Ireland.

Moyer Bell was founded by Britt Bell and his wife Jennifer Moyer almost thirty years ago.  Now, as an imprint of Beaufort Books, Moyer Bell’s titles are restocking the shelves, removing them from the endangered novels list.  With authors like Pearl S. Buck and Barbara Pym, Beaufort aims to reignite the admiration of generations.

Eric M. Kampmann
President

Eric is well-known for helping hundreds of independent publishers gain access to the trade marketplace. He is a founder of Beaufort and CEO of Midpoint Trade Books. His career includes senior sales and management positions at Viking, St. Martin’s, and Simon & Schuster.

Megan Trank
Managing Editor

Megan joined Beaufort Books in May of 2012. She previously worked for RDR Books.  She is also a freelance editor (focusing on non-fiction and film scripts).  She attended Smith College, graduating with a degree in English.

Felicia Minerva
Publicist 
Felicia joined Beaufort Books in August of 2013. She attended St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, where she received a bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration in advertising and public relations.

Michael Short
Production
Michael comes to Beaufort Books from a diverse career in advertising and publishing. He has previously worked as an assistant editor  for Special Projects at Marvel Comics. His experience as a print production artist includes advertising agencies Rauxa, Serino Coyne, and TBWA\Chiat\Day.

Interns
Beaufort selects 2-4 interns per semester; internships are available in the Fall (Late August-mid Dec/early Jan), Spring (Jan- Mid-May/Book Expo of America), and Summer (Mid-May/Book Expo of America-late August).  Among other tasks, interns are responsible for updating Beaufort’s blog; you can get to know the current interns here. If you have any questions, please send them to beaufort@beaufortbooks.com.



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