North Carolina is home to a number of small publishing companies, including Coastal Carolina Press, McFarland & Company, and Algonquin Books. These and other local publishers are becoming a force in the book world. The emphasis is on quality. Books generally have small runs, but some, like Gap Creek, run to 600,000. Titles are those New York publishers don't consider profitable, like The Volcano Registry; Japanese Baseball, A Statistical Handbook; and The Greek Filmography.