Summit launched Preview, its first magazine in 1995. Today, we publish more than 20 leading magazines in the Philippines. Our portfolio is a mix of foreign licenses and locally-conceived products. Our foreign partners include Hearst, Bauer, the Future Network, Pacific Publications, and Rodale, among others.
Summit also produces books and bookazines, creates supplements and other custom publications, and stages live events that bring the brands closer to the readers.
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Summit Books are books that revolve around strong brands. These can include Summit magazine brands or other big local brands. These books are open for advertising sponsorship.
In 2012, Summit Books introduced two new imprints: Berry Books, a line of do-it-yourself arts and crafts books; and Dream Big Books, a collection of stories that seek to inspire children.
Summit's books have made their way to bestseller lists, with The Best of Chico and Delamar’s The Morning Rush Top 10 and The Best of This Is a Crazy Planets by Lourd de Veyra topping local book charts.
Modern fiction can encompass literature targeting young women and teens—for now. Summit Books’ bestsellers include The Breakup Diaries by Maya Calica, No Boyfriend Since Birth by Claire Betita, Drama Queen by Abi Aquino, and Vince’s Life by Vince Teves.