Earnshaw Books publishes quality books on China and beyond. The website can be found here. The imprint was founded in 2007, at about the time the global publishing industry entered its biggest shift since Gutenberg was on the scene. My view is that small publishers will survive in some form, and books will be fine, mostly in digital form.
This was the first cover on an Earnshaw Books book, and it wasn’t even an Earnshaw Books book – it was published under the imprint “China Economic Review Classics”. Oher reprints followed of old and largely forgotten books that deserved another run in the sun. Earnshaw Books in total has reprinted around 20 books in the past five years. My personal favorite of the reprints is “The Private Life of a Shanghai Baby” by Elsie McCormack.