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The publishers for various works of Brian Jacques have varied over the years, however it has officially been Penguin for a majority of the time.

Penguin Putnam Inc. was the primary U.S. Redwall novel publisher from the 1980s through its merger with Random House in 2013. Philomel, an imprint of the Penguin Group, also publishes Redwall imprints under Putnam, Viking, and Firebird. The Ace imprint of Penguin publishes paperback editions of Brian Jacques' novels. Most of these imprints fall under the "Penguin Young Readers Group" division.

Previously, Hutchinson's Children's Books, a Random House UK imprint, published Jacques' works in the UK. His 15-year contract with Random House ran out around 2000 - 2001, at which point he chose to stick chiefly with the Penguin Group, which is known as Penguin Books in the UK.

In July 2013, Random House and Penguin merged into one company, Penguin Random House. German conglomerate Bertelsmann became the sole owner of Penguin Random House in April 2020.

Backlist titles are usually published by Puffin Books in the UK. Other imprints in the UK have included Arrow and Legends.

From the 1970s-1980s when Brian Jacques was a Liverpool comic, he published books of poetry and short stories with Anvil Press, a local Liverpudlian publisher founded in 1970 by Susan Hanley-Place MBE and Ben Coker.

Philomel[]

Hutchinson's[]

Puffin[]

Anvil Press[]

International/Foreign Publishers[]

These companies have published Brian Jacques' works outside of the U.S. and UK.

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