From the poetry of Robert Frost to classic works by Robert Louis Stevenson, Erich Fromm, and Norman Mailer, Henry Holt and Company has, for almost a century and a half, published writers that define their era and endure far beyond it. Founded in 1866 by Henry Holt and Frederick Leypoldt, Henry Holt is one of the oldest trade publishers in the United States. Today the company continues to build upon its illustrious history by publishing bestselling, award-winning books in the areas of literary fiction, mysteries and thrillers, history, biography, politics, current events, science, psychology, and books for children and young adults. In addition to the Henry Holt imprint, the company also publishes books under the Metropolitan Books, Times Books, Holt Paperbacks, Picador, Books For Young Readers, Square Fish, and Audio Renaissance imprints. Each imprint offers a distinctive list of books that contributes to the spectrum of views and voices that Henry Holt brings to readers of all ages each day.