|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||Nashville, Tennessee|
|Distribution||Ingram Publisher Services|
|Key people||Todd Bottorff, President and Publisher|
|Imprints||Turner, Iroquois Press, Ramsey & Todd, Wiley, Ancestry, Fieldstone Alliance, Cumberland House Press, Hunter House, Jewish Lights, SkyLight Paths, Christian Journeys, Gemstone Press|
Turner Publishing Company is an American independent book publisher based in Nashville, Tennessee. The company is in the top 101 independent publishing companies in the U.S. as compiled by Bookmarket.com  and has been named four times to Publishers Weekly 's Fastest Growing Publishers List.
Turner Publishing Company was founded in 1984 in Paducah, Kentucky as a publisher of books.
From 1984 to 2005 the company published specialty and commemorative titles focusing on history. During this period, Turner Publishing Company produced over five hundred titles in the categories of military history, local history, and organizational history, including: History of the FDNY (New York City Fire Department) and History of the 101st Airborne Division.
In 2002 the company was sold to new management and moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Turner launched its move into trade publishing with a program of regional history titles in 2005. This series of local history photography books, called "Historic Photos," numbered over four hundred titles and sold nationwide through all major retailers of books with numerous bestsellers in local markets.
After launching its first front list of national trade titles in 2007, Turner continues to produce a diverse list of an average of 25 new titles annually of fiction and non-fiction from leading authors.
In 2009 Turner commenced an acquisition program, beginning with the purchase of over 400 titles from the sale of Cumberland House. Turner acquired the book division of Ancestry.com the following year, as well as the assets of Fieldstone Alliance, a publisher of business books for non-profit organizations. Turner went on to acquire selected assets of Providence House, including the rights to bestselling author Eugenia Price.
Having reached capacity of its distribution facility by the year 2011, Turner outsourced distribution of its titles to Ingram Publisher Services. In 2013 Turner acquired over 1,000 crafts, pets, and general interest titles from John Wiley & Sons. In 2014, Turner acquired Hunter House Publishers. In 2016, Turner acquired Jewish Lights Publishing and three other imprints from LongHill Partners.
Turner has over 2,000 titles, including 14 bestselling authors.