Libri Publishing was established in February 2009 by a group of colleagues who, between them, have over fifty years senior management experience in media organisations, higher education and consultancy.   Their extensive expertise includes authorship, design, editing, printing and publishing, IT and the design and provision of continuing professional development programs.

Libri Publishing comprises three imprints: Libri Publishing itself, alongside Redshank Books and Green Frigate Books, each focussing on a distinct theme.

Libri has recently introduced Child’s Eye – our home for a range of exciting new books for children.

Our Imprints

Libri Publishing aim to be the imprint of choice for authors and readers addressing issues in professional/organisational development and management.   Specific categories include: ‘The Business of Higher Education’, ‘Health Policy and Medical Training’ and ‘Management Policy and Strategy’.    Libri books are written primarily for members of ‘communities of practice’, which include professionals, consultants and trainers, as well as researchers and academics.

The Redshank imprint hosts both fiction and non-fiction titles.  It works like an independent book shop carrying interesting titles in a range of genres including popular culture and current affairs, to crime fiction and children’s books.  The one common theme throughout Redshank is that the books are special – quirky if you like – taking a fresh view on the world and dealing with subjects not dealt with elsewhere.

Titles published under the Green Frigate imprint aim to explore the horizons of the natural and built environments, and the relations of humans within them.  The goal of the imprint is to reach its readership by producing works that fall in the cracks between those offered by traditional academic and popular presses.  Specific categories include ‘Design, Interiors and Architecture’ and ‘The natural and built environments’.   In common with Libri Publishing, the imprint should be of interest particularly for members of ‘communities of practice’ in the natural and built environments.