America’s “smallest but heaviest publisher,” Bazillion Points delivers books from many netherworlds to a rabid, overlooked readership of voracious bookwurms. We are independently independent, opening the gateways to a bazillion points of interest.
Bazillion Points was founded in Brooklyn, NY, in 2007 by Ian Christe, author of Sound of the Beast: The Complete Headbanging History of Heavy Metal (HarperCollins, 2003) and Everybody Wants Some: The Van Halen Saga (John Wiley & Sons, 2007).
“Any book about a metal band endorsed by Ian Christe, author of the preeminent book on metal, Sound of the Beast, is worth considering.”—Library Journal
“Bazillion Points releases first-class books, in high-quality formats, and although the publisher is only five years old, and the number of its releases hovers around 15, what is extraordinary is that seven of those books happen to be among the finest books published about metal or punk…”—PopMatters
“Bazillion Points might just be the best publishing house in America…the New York-based publishers have an outstanding record for producing quality books for rock and metal fans.”—Metal Hammer UK
“Whether your taste is ghoulishly raw Swedish death metal, egg-headed prog metal or the racial politics of the scene, the Greenpoint-based Bazillion Points has you covered.”—Time Out New York
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Bazillion Points titles are available from all good bookstores and online stores. We were previously represented by Perseus/PGW, and are now happily shipping directly to music stores, bookstore, and other wholesale/retail. Please get in touch! Our titles are also available to book trade in North America from Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Bookazine, Microcosm, Revolver USA, and other brave and fine wholesale outlets.
Distributed in the UK and Europe by Turnaround Publisher Services.
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How can we help you? For distribution and wholesale inquiries, questions about orders, interviews, or licensing rights, just drop us a line. We are also available via phone at +1 (seven one eight) 383-7122.