AMZ Publications is a USA based publisher. Our books are printed and published in the USA in hard cover. We also have the ability to produce books in soft cover. AMZ’s books meet the high quality standards of the American publishing industry.
AMZ uses the world's largest distribution channels of wholesalers and retailers, which market our publications.AMZ’s books are cataloged in the largest databases of published books, which enables any book supplier or retailer (with access to these databases) located anywhere in the world to order our books. In addition, AMZ Publications’ books are made available via numerous online book stores and can be ordered through any major retailer.
TYPES OF PUBLICATIONS
International Business and Trade
AMZ Publications produces materials which are designed to promote and develop international trade in various industries. Our currently published books include guides on import and export, which serve as great resources for entrepreneurs in a number of industries.
The audience for these professional publications is worldwide, and customers include start-up import and export companies, export promotion agencies, trade associations, Chambers of Commerce, and libraries. Scholarly and Academic AMZ Publications’ scholarly and academic books fall under the categories of history, social sciences, humanities, and political science. These publications are typically historical non-fiction and include books for the mainstream as well as materials (e.g. chronologies) which facilitate scholarly research.
The audience includes research institutions and libraries, individual researchers (e.g. historians, authors, professors, students, journalists, and so on) as well as mainstream readers with an interest in history. Our books can be found in many world-renowned research libraries.
AMZ Publications invites manuscripts in English. We invite submissions on business and trade and in the areas of history, social sciences, humanities, and political science. We also consider submissions on other subjects.
We invite submissions in English from authors around in the world. Authors from countries/regions, such as Africa, Bangladesh, mainland China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Middle East, Pakistan, Singapore, and Sri Lanka, are encouraged to send submissions. Guidelines for Proposal Submission
If you would like AMZ to consider your work for publication, please send us a detailed proposal including the following:
Author information: curriculum vitae
Manuscript information: proposed title, length, format, thesis/abstract (500 words or less), outline of each chapter, information on illustrations (number and black/white vs. color)
Proof of copyright permission (if works of other author(s) are used)
External review(s) of manuscript
Reviewer(s) information: name, credentials (curriculum vitae, or at minimum, title, affiliations, and relevant experience), contact information (address, phone, and email)
In your proposal, please also provide brief answers (200 words or less) to the following application questions:
Please tell us why your book is different from other books published on your subject. What market interest does it have and what new features does it offer? Why should we publish your work? Please include a list of competitive titles with names of their publishers.
Please describe what research methods and resources have been used in your book.
Do you already have an idea of the size of the market of your proposed publication; if yes, share your assessment and include the basis for your judgment.
Which journals, magazines, newspapers, etc., in your opinion, would be willing to review copies of your work?
Do you think your subject is important enough that it will draw media attention and invitations for media interviews with you? If yes, name the media.
Which local/domestic book wholesalers or major retailers do you think would express high demand for the subject of your book? Provide name, contact, and web site address.
In your opinion, for which award can your work be nominated?
How do you plan to promote your book? (media contacts, speaking engagements, book launching ceremony, etc.)
Please Note: Proposals may only be submitted for completed manuscripts. Prior to submitting a book proposal, an author must get his/her manuscript reviewed by at least one relevant expert in the field.Proposals may only be submitted if the manuscript has not been published previously and is not under review for publication elsewhere.
Please send your proposal in one MS Word file to the attention of Acquisition Department via e-mail: email@example.com
Proposal and Manuscript Review Upon review of the author’s book proposal, we will let you know if there is further interest. If an author’s book proposal fits AMZ Publications’ criteria, the author will then be invited to submit the full book manuscript for final evaluation. The review and evaluation process will be based on many factors, including the nature, quality, and credibility of the content; the review and number of reviews are also essential components of our decision. Please Note: Submission of a proposal or manuscript does not mean that AMZ Publications will definitely accept the submission for publication. Additionally, the author must retain copies of all submissions;we are not responsible for loss or damage (for any reason) to submitted work.
Caution: No authorized agents/distributors have yet been appointed within the USA or abroad to sell this digital version of "Al-Islah" on CD. It is therefore recommended to buy directly from AMZ Publications (New York, USA) and to avoid purchasing any counterfeit, copied, unreliable, and/or inaccurately compiled versions of "Al-Islah".
AMZ Publications would like to announce that scholar and historian Nasim Yousaf is working on a book manuscript entitled Mahatma Gandhi and My Grandfather, Allama Mashriqi. In this publication, the learned author compares the role and relationship of the aforementioned prominent personalities in the independence movement of British India, and produces a number of intriguing findings regarding the partition of India. By providing new insights into the history of the Indian subcontinent, the work ultimately connects the challenges of the past to the problems of the present. This book is not only the first of its kind, but it also comes from a grandson of Allama Mashriqi; Mashriqi's grandson (Mr. Yousaf) brings to his works inside knowledge and deep insight into the political history of the Indian-subcontinent. Along with publishing many books, he has presented papers in scholarly conferences in the USA and written multiple articles, including a piece published in the Harvard Asia Quarterly journal (Spring 2009). His research has served as an invaluable resource for faculty members and researchers, and compelled historians to revisit the history of the region.
AMZ Publications will consider granting translation rights in any language for this or any other title already published. AMZ Publications will also consider granting permission of its works to produce documentaries or films on the life and times of Allama Mashriqi and the Khaksar Movement (Khaksar Tehrik).