Graham Brash publishes, co-publishes and re-prints
a variety of titles most having an Asian theme. GB's main subject
areas of publishing include Culture, Business, Politics, Religion,
Self-Help, Children's and Educational material, well that's the
When publishing original material, or purchasing
S.E.Asian re-print rights, paperback is the format of choice. GB
would naturally consider combining it's run on edition with other
Publishers' print runs. Illustrated Coffee table books are the exception
where a hardback format is used.
Old man Graham Brash established GB in India in 1926, and the company
was relocated to Singapore after WW2. The Campbell family have owned
GB since the early 1970's.
GB is one of Asia's oldest Book publishers, celebrating
its 80th Year In the Industry, with some 600 proprietary titles
re-printed regularly, we publish between 12 & 36 new titles
GB's new publishing policy, to print on demand, has been successful thanks to the invaluable assistance of Asia's main industry players, AsiaBooks, BookaZine, Booker International, BookMark, books@53, Caves Books, China Books-(USA), China Books-(Aust), Commercial Press, Dymocks, Editions Le Printemps, EPB, Far East Media, Gazelle Book Services, GoodWill, Heian Intl., Hong Kong Book Center, Husion House, Java Books, Kelly & Walsh, Kinokuniya, MPH, National Bookstores, NTU, PanSing, Peace Books, Page1, Swindon, STP, Times the Bookshop, Tuttle, and WH Smith, who made GB's rapid re-surgence possible. To you all, my thanks!
GB's authors individually and collectively also deserve
special mention for their patience when dealing with me!
GB's primary target markets are Singapore, Malaysia,
Brunei, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines,
and when rights for Australia and New Zealand are available we also
like to include these. Where contractually permitted, GB sells into
the China market in increasing quantities.
GB encourages as yet unpublished authors both locally
and internationally, unsolicited manuscripts are welcome and a letter
of acknowledgement follows GB's receipt.