Skyhorse Publishing opened their doors in 2006 and committed to bringing the world a broad mix of books. With twenty-two New York Times bestsellers, more than 3,500 books on our backlist, and nearly 800 titles planned over the next year, they've shown no signs of slowing down since 2011, when Publishers Weekly called them the fastest-growing small publisher in America. The core categories of their Skyhorse imprint include outdoor sports, adventure, team sports, nature, and country living, with a good dose of politics, true crime, history and military history, reference, and humor—practical, literary, and general trade. Whether you are looking for a guide to fly tying, a lively read about organized crime or the world of politics, or the perfect gift, they hope you'll find what you are looking for on their list. With twelve imprints, they publish children's books as Sky Pony Press, regional sports books from Sports Publishing, practical books for creative professionals from Allworth Press, and literary fiction and nonfiction from Arcade Publishing, including the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature winner Mo Yan. In fall 2011, they began to copublish the Not For Tourists series of travel guides. In 2012, they introduced the Helios series on philosophy, religion, and psychology. In 2013, they added the science fiction and fantasy publishers Night Shade Books and Talos Press and health titles from Gary Null Publishing.