Grand Central Publishing reaches a diverse audience through hardcover, trade paperback and mass market imprints that cater to every kind of reader. From the best commercial fiction to remarkable literary works, from reprint classics such as To Kill A Mockingbird to the biggest “event” books of each season, we have grown into a publisher that currently boasts one of the most eclectic and exciting lists in the business.

Formerly known as Warner Books, the publishing house came into existence in 1970 when Warner Communications acquired the Paperback Library and began publishing paperback
reprints editions of bestsellers. In 1980, Warner Books launched its hardcover publishing program, and from the beginning enjoyed success with such blockbusters as John Naisbitt’s
Megatrends, Andrew Greeley’s The Cardinal Sins, and Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw’s Life Extension. In the 1990s they continued to add to that impressive list with such landmark
bestsellers as Robert James Waller's The Bridges Of Madison Country, James Redfield's The Celestine Prophecy, and Sarah Ban Breathnach’s Simple Abundance. More recent bestselling authors on the GCP list include David Baldacci, Sandra Brown, Christopher Buckley, Stephen Colbert, Nelson DeMille, Christopher Hitchens, , Brad Meltzer, Anne Rivers Siddons, Nicholas Sparks, and Jon Stewart.
FaithWords publishes engaging and relevant books for the inspirational market. In its first decade, FaithWords has shipped more than 40 million units of books by such international bestselling authors as Joel Osteen, Joyce Meyer and David Jeremiah. The imprint's catalog includes a variety of categories including Christian Living, Devotionals, Biographies, and Women's Fiction.
Center Street publishes a broad spectrum of books in such categories as Motivation, Politics, Sports, Health/Fitness, Celebrity Memoir, Thriller Fiction and Women's Fiction. The catalog includes such bestselling franchise authors as Ted Dekker, John C. Maxwell, and Karen Kingsbury. Other high profile authors include Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Senator Rand Paul, Bill Cosby, Florence Henderson and Chris "Macca" McCormack.