Alexandra Press is an innovative, independent publisher of English and Japanese books and magazines produced by and for the international community in Japan.
Alexandra Press was originally established in Tokyo in 2001 by Caroline Pover to publish her best-selling book, Being A Broad in Japan. To the surprise of many mainstream publishers, Alexandra Press succeeded in breaking into the complex Japanese distribution system and has since gone on to publish books for individuals, organizations, and corporations, now working from Japan and the UK.
Publishing on behalf of community groups such as the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, Tokyo English Life Line, and Tokyo American Club’s Women’s Group; Alexandra Press books aim to support the foreign community in Japan, and are often created as fundraisers for charitable activities.
Caroline Pover is available for publishing seminars for those interested in various aspects of the publishing industry, and is also available on an individual consulting basis. Her team is available to work with authors and publishers every step of the way to ensure that the final product is something you can be proud to put your name on.
Between 2002 and 2011, and in line with its commitment to helping people achieve their dreams, Alexandra Press operated a successful publishing internship program, and Caroline takes pleasure in knowing that so many of our interns have gone on to great success in the publishing industry.
We have our hands full right now so are not currently seeking new authors. However, our door is always open to individuals and organizations with unique ideas and a desire to be a part of the publishing process. Whether you are seeking some advice, a project manager, or are looking to self-publish, we would love to hear from you!