Dedicated to Independent Publishing for 40 Years

Personalized Service. Powerful Results.

PGW sets the standard for integrated, full-service distribution, providing independent publishers with essential tools and unmatched support from experienced, creative, and enthusiastic book experts.

Built for Bestsellers

A track record of success—Cold Mountain, Emotional Intelligence 2.0, The Power of Now, among many others.

Experienced Sales Team

Some of the smartest people in the business with extensive category and market expertise.

Reliable Logistics

Decades of experience now powered by Ingram, the world’s largest and most efficient distribution network.

Marketplace Flexibility

The scale and infrastructure publishers need to compete in today’s fast-paced marketplace.

Why Choose PGW

We don’t succeed unless you succeed.

Your strength lies in our team’s tenacious approach to finding the best path to success. While every independent publisher’s mission is to sell more books into the marketplace, we go further to make sure you get results.

  • One of the largest and most experienced sales forces in the industry
  • Growth-focused technology built for the speed of modern publishing
  • An expansive warehouse network keeps your customers close
  • Dedicated sales support from new release planning to organic marketing
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Rising by Elizabeth Rush (Milkweed)

"[A] lyrical and fact-packed investigative effort... With tasteful and dynamic didactic language, she informs the layperson about the imminent threat of climate change while grounding the massive scope of the problem on heartfelt human and interspecies connection." - Los Angeles Review of Books Read More

Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata (Grove/Atlantic)

“[Keiko] is an anti-Bartleby, abandoning any shred of identity outside of her work. . . . the book itself is tranquil—dreamy, even—rooting for its employee-store romance from the bottom of its synthetic heart." - Katy Waldman, The New Yorker review Read More

My Mother's Son by David Hirshberg (Fig Tree)

"Hirshberg’s debut novel packs both emotional punch and a vivid portrait of Jewish American life in post-WWII Boston." - Booklist review Read More
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