From memoirs to mysteries, Academy Chicago Publishers lives to publish exciting, new, and well-crafted fiction and nonfiction. With over thirty-eight years in the business and more than two hundred published titles, Academy Chicago is one of the oldest publishing houses in Chicago. Some of its more recent publications include County: Life, Death, and Politics at Chicago’s Public Hospital by David Ansell, MD, MPH; Hiding in Plain Sight: Eluding the Nazis in Occupied France by Sarah Lew Miller and Joyce B. Lazarus; and In Praise of Angels: A Novel of the Reconstruction Era, by Richard Smolev.
Academy Chicago Publishers was founded in 1975 by husband and wife Jordan and Anita Miller, and was acquired by Chicago Review Press Inc. in 2013. Its titles have been released around the world and translated into more than a dozen languages.
|Anita Miller||Editor-at-Large||Memoir, fiction, nonfiction|
|Jordan Miller||Editor-at-Large||Memoir, fiction, nonfiction|