Established in 1990, Franklin, Tenn.-based Providence Publishing Corporation is an independent publisher specializing in historical, regional, inspirational and theological titles. Providence Publishing Corporation provides local, regional and national publishing services.
Providence Publishing Corporation maintains two operating divisions, a trade publishing division and a private publishing division.
The trade publishing division, which operates on a traditional publishing model, develops and markets resources that are sold and distributed in the general marketplace.
The private publishing division publishes and promotes books for individuals, organizations and institutions, and works closely with its clients to create, produce and market books that reflect their specific needs. It is a "private publisher," meaning the author or sponsoring organization pays the capital cost of publishing their books.
This unique publishing infrastructure gives writers a viable alternative to the traditional publishing industry. Providence Publishing Corporation combines a financial model of private capitalization with an emphasis on design, editorial integrity and effective book marketing and distribution.
The private publishing services include editorial and production, promotion and sales, distribution and fulfillment and financial services.
Providence Publishing Corporation has four publishing imprints: Providence House Publishers, Hillsboro Press, Meetinghouse Books and Sage Hill Resources. Providence House Publishers is the imprint used for titles with Christian subject matter. Hillsboro Press is the secular imprint used for titles with business, regional and historical themes. Meetinghouse Books is the imprint for both Christian and secular titles that require limited marketing and distribution services. Targeted to the post-baby boomer generation, Sage Hill Resources is the imprint for Christian titles that address emotional and spiritual issues.