All companies are publishing companies. They just don't know it yet.
Frontier Press, the publishing and storytelling practice of The Frontier Project, takes the content, design and engagement strategies behind the most successful book and magazine publishers in the world and uses them to transform the way organizations connect with their employees, business partners, and customers. From Fortune 500s to global non-profits, leading logistics firms to iconic advertising agencies, our clients call on us to inspire their sales and marketing teams, to uplift their internal communications, to elevate their customer service focus, and to enhance their learning and development efforts.
Our team has done traditional marketing. We've worked for regional and national magazines. We've built bestselling books. We've created content and products for the biggest publishers in the world. And now we're taking all we've learned about content development, product design, distribution strategy and audience engagement—and we're turning it on inside companies hungry for deeper engagement with their employees, partners, and customers. How do our clients succeed? Through our precise use of narrative intelligence: the art and science of storytelling and storyselling.
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Felix Dennis's eighth book of poetry, Love, Of a Kind (Bloomsbury); Illeana Douglas's untitled memoir (Flatiron); 50 for 50: The Greatest Moments in Super Bowl History by Jerry Rice with Randy Williams (IT Books); Make Art Make Money: How Jim Henson's Uncommon Entrepreneurship Can Inspire a Generation of Creatives by Elizabeth Stevens (Amazon Publishing); Sex in the Museum by Sarah Forbes (St Martin's); The Inevitable City by Scott Cowen and Betsy Seifter (Palgrave); The New Democrats and the Rise to Power by Al From, with a Foreword by President Bill Clinton (Palgrave); Newton's Football: The Science Behind the Modern Game by Allen St John and Ainissa Ramirez (Random House); Kombucha: From Kombrewing to Kombeauty, Your Guide to the Kombucha Lifestyle by Eric and Jessica Childs (Gotham/Avery); Benson: The Autobiography by George Benson (Da Capo); An Alternate History of the World by Matthew Bucholz (Perigee); The NYPD Tapes by Graham Rayman (Palgrave Macmillan); Congressman Lincoln: The Making of America’s Greatest President by Chris DeRose (Threshold/S&S); The Riot Within by Rodney King with Lawrence Spagnola (HarperOne); How I Slept My Way to the Middle by Kevin Pollak (Lyons); A Creator's Guide to Transmedia Storytelling by Andrea Phillips (McGraw-Hill); The Audacity of Hops: A Narrative History of America's Craft Beer Revolution by Tom Acitelli (Chicago Review Press); Permanent Emergency: Inside the TSA and the Secret Battle for American Security by Kip Hawley with Nathan Means (Palgrave Macmillan); To Have and Have Another: A Hemingway Cocktail Companion (Perigee/Penguin); I Want to Be Her by Andrea Linett (Abrams); Stuart Altman's The Most Impossible Task, with David Shactman (Prometheus); The Rudolf Complication by Isaac Adamson (Counterpoint); Life on the Hyphen: the Cuban-American Way by Gustavo Perez Firmat (University of Texas Press); Jasmine and Fire: Culinary Adventures in a Reborn Lebanon by Salma Abdelnour (Broadway/Random House); Midnight Movie by Tobe Hooper with Alan Goldsher (Three Rivers/Random House)