AU Press publishes innovative and experimental works (in both fiction and non-fiction) that challenge established canons, subjects, and formats; promoting neglected forms such as diary, memoir, and oral history. AU Press also publishes websites (under its imprint) with content that has scholarly parameters and standards, especially grey literature on distance learning; and primary sources in labour studies, Metis and Aboriginal Studies, gender studies, and the environment.
ANU Press is a globally recognised leader in open-access academic publishing. We produce fully peer-reviewed monographs and journals across a wide range of subject areas, with a special focus on Australian and international policy, Indigenous studies and the Asia-Pacific region.
Established in 1897, Baylor University Press publishes about thirty new books each year for scholars, students, and intellectually curious general readers.
With a leading program in religious studies, Baylor University Press also boasts stellar works of social criticism, publishing in the areas of cultural studies, sociology, rhetoric, political science, history, popular culture, and literary criticism.
Bristol University Press, and its imprint Policy Press, are committed to publishing the highest-quality international scholarship in the social sciences and aligned disciplines, focusing on global social challenges.
Founded in 1972 as Three Rivers Press, a publisher of poetry, Carnegie Mellon University Press's particular strength continues to lie in literary publishing with the following series:
-Carnegie Mellon Poetry Series
-Carnegie Mellon Classic Contemporaries Series
-Carnegie Mellon Series in Translation
-Carnegie Mellon Series in Short Fiction
-Poets in Prose Series
The Press also publishes in art, music, the performing arts, critical analysis, education, University history, and social history.
The Catholic University of America Press publishes in the fields of history (ecclesiastical and secular), language and literature, philosophy, political theory, and theology. We have interdisciplinary emphases on early Christian studies and medieval studies. We publish works of original scholarship that appeal to general audiences, scholars, and students. Many of our texts are suitable for use in the classroom.
CMU Press is an academic publisher of scholarly, reference, and general interest books at Canadian Mennonite University. Books from CMU Press address and inform interests and issues vital to the university, its constituency, and society. Areas of specialization include Mennonite studies and works that are church-oriented or theologically engaged.
Columbia University Press was founded in 1893 and is the fourth-oldest university press in the United States. The Press currently publishes approximately 160 new titles every year in the fields of animal studies, Asian literature, Asian politics and history, biological sciences, business, culinary history, current affairs, economics, environmental sciences, film and media studies, finance, history, international affairs, literary studies, journalism, Middle Eastern studies, New York City history, philosophy, paleontology, political theory, religion, science policy, social work, and U.S. history
Concordia University Press is a non-profit publisher of peer-reviewed open access books that cross disciplinary boundaries and propel scholarly inquiry into new areas. Concordia University Press books are engaged, accessible, and make a point. The Press publishes in English and in French.
Concordia University Press launched on 27 October 2016. The Press is interested in proposals for books and pamphlets in the arts, humanities, and social sciences that engage with the themes of Life, Knowledge, and Creation
Cork University Press is Ireland's oldest university press. While the Press specializes in the broad field of Irish Cultural Studies, its subject range extends across the fields of music, art history, literary criticism and poetry. The focus of our list is however in the areas of Irish cultural history, archaeology and landscape studies.
Cornell University Press fosters a culture of broad and sustained inquiry through the publication of scholarship that is engaged, influential, and of lasting significance.
Established in 1869 as the first American university press, shortly after the founding of Cornell, the press embodies and advances the university's core values by disseminating fundamental and practical knowledge, while commanding its own distinct editorial profile. The press, as part of a land-grant institution, is also dedicated to transforming research into publications that reach and benefit the wider public.
Works published under its imprints reflect a commitment to excellence through rigorous evaluation, skillful editing, thoughtful design, strategic marketing, and global outreach.
As the scholarly publishing arm of Duquesne University, the Duquesne University Press is committed to enhancing the reputation and standing of Duquesne University through the advancement and wide-reaching dissemination of knowledge. Through our publications, the University Press functions as a highly visible extension of the University's commitment, asserted in its strategic plan, to a "national reputation for academic excellence," reaching beyond the confines of the classroom and out to the global academic community. In this sense, we serve both the University and wider scholarship in general.
Housed at Wilkes University and partnering with Youngstown State University, Etruscan is a non-profit literary press working to produce and promote books that nurture the dialogue among genres, cultures, and voices.
Etruscan publishes books of poems, novels, short stories, creative non-fiction, criticism, translation, and anthologies.
FUP is a non-profit publisher that offers to authors and scholars an open and inclusive editorial environment for the high-quality scientific publishing. FUP runs sustainable business models and adopts copyright policies making research contents more accessible. FUP encourages equitable participation and distribution of knowledge.
Fordham University Press, established in 1907, the seventh-oldest university press in the country and the nation's oldest Catholic university press, is the not-for-profit publishing arm of the University. The Press currently publishes ninety books annually, primarily in the humanities and social sciences, with an outstanding reputation for producing award-winning studies in the fields of anthropology, communications, history, literary studies, philosophy, political theory, religion, sociology, and theology, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary work. It is a lean operation with ten employees managing a robust print and digital publishing program through efficient workflow and a collaborative effort.
Island Studies Press is the publishing arm of the Institute of Island Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island. As such it produces scholarly books for a popular audience. All its books undergo a peer-review process before being selected for publication.
JHU Press is one of the world's largest university presses, publishing 80 scholarly journals and nearly 200 new books each year. Award-winning lists in history, science, literary studies, political science, and medicine reach a worldwide audience of scholars, students, and discerning readers. General interest books, such as the acclaimed Johns Hopkins Press Health Books, help fulfill Gilman's mandate to broadly disseminate the expertise of leading scholars, scientists, and physicians.
The Kent State University Press is the publishing arm of Kent State University. Our imprint is controlled by an editorial board composed of Kent faculty scholars. As a member of the Association of American University Presses, the Press is included in the select group of more than 100 university-sponsored scholarly presses, whose outstanding programs make them an important segment of the academic and publishing communities.
The Press began in 1965 under the direction of Howard Allen and published in the University faculty strengths in literary criticism. In 1972 Paul Rohmann became the Press's second director and expanded the Press's publishing program to include regional studies and ethnomusicology. In 1985 historian John Hubbell assumed the directorship and grew the staff and publishing program to include widely regarded lists in Civil War and Ohio history. Today, the Press annually publishes two journals and 35 titles in history, literature, and regional studies that further knowledge of the humanities and preserve and promote a literate society.
Leafwood Publishers was founded in 2000 by C. Leonard Allen in Orange, California. In 2005, Leafwood Publishers was purchased by Abilene Christian University Press and was relocated to Abilene, Texas where it currently is located. It has published titles from theology to Christian living.
The Lyrebird Press, based at the University of Melbourne, is a small publisher of scholarly books about music and music making in Australia and New Zealand. It shares the name of Editions de l’Oiseau-Lyre (The Lyrebird Press), the publishing house established in Paris by Melbourne-born publisher and patron of the arts Louise Hanson-Dyer (1884–1962) in 1932. Lyrebird upholds the L’Oiseau-Lyre tradition of scrupulously edited and attractively designed publications.
Since 2007 Lyrebird Press has published peer-reviewed monographs, edited collections of essays and critical editions of primary sources relating to any aspect of music and music making in Australasia. Topics considered for publication include film music, Indigenous music, popular music, composer studies, reception studies, genre studies, performance practice, histories of music making and biographies of composers, performers and patrons.
Manchester University Press (MUP) is situated in the heart of one of the most vibrant universities and cities in the UK. Founded in 1903, publishing our first books in 1904, our distinctive brand is known globally for excellent research in the Humanities and Social Sciences from leading names and up-and-coming scholars from around the world. We currently publish over 200 books each year, as well as five journals.
McGill-Queen's University Press is a scholarly publisher that defends, refutes, and creates fresh interpretations of the world. With over 2,500 books in print and numerous awards and bestsellers, our goal is to produce peer-reviewed, rigorously edited, beautifully produced, intelligent, interesting books.
A joint venture of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, and Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, MQUP is both a specialist in the Canadian perspective and a publisher of international themes, attracting attention from the New York Times to the Globe & Mail.
Memorial University Press is a scholarly monograph publisher. We publish cutting edge writing about he North Atlantic region and beyond. As part of Memorial University, we have a special mandate to publish work that is relevant to Newfoundland and Labrador, and our books cover topics ranging from indigenous issues, to oil and energy, to fisheries, to folklore.
Monash University Publishing publishes scholarship of the highest standard across the humanities and social sciences, and specialises in Asian Studies, Politics, Education, Communications, and the study of Australian history, culture and literature.
NDSU Press gives voice to the prairies and plains.
We publish works of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry.
Founded at North Dakota State University in 1950, NDSU Press exists to stimulate, coordinate, and publish interdisciplinary regional scholarship. These regions include the Red River Valley, the State of North Dakota, the plains of North America (comprising both the Great Plains of the United States and Prairies of Canada), and comparable regions of other continents. Good regional scholarship is shaped by national and international events, and by comparative studies.
The scope of NDSU Press publications is not limited by topic or discipline. The press considers manuscripts in any field of learning. The scope is defined, however, by a regional focus in accord with the press's mission. Generally, works published by the press address regional life directly, as the subject of study. Such works contribute to scholarly knowledge of region (that is, discovery of new knowledge) or to public consciousness of region (that is, dissemination of information, or interpretation of regional experience). In some, fewer instances the regional connection is one of service to a regional organization. Where regions abroad are treated, either for comparison or because of ties to those North American regions of primary concern to the Institute, the linkages should be made plain. Traditionally, the press has published substantial trade books, but the line of publications is not limited to that genre. It may also publish textbooks (at any level), reference books, anthologies, reprints, papers, proceedings, and monographs. The press will consider works of poetry or fiction, provided they are established regional classics or they promise to assume landmark or reference status for the region. Biographical or autobiographical works are evaluated carefully for their prospective contribution to regional knowledge and culture. All publications, in whatever genre, must be of such quality and substance as to embellish the imprint of NDSU Press.
In addition to publishing books on a variety of regional subjects, the press also pursues grants and contracts for research and service; public programs; survey research; oral history collections; international exchanges; and exhibits, both artistic and historical. Another well-established activity is the maintenance of research collections (manuscripts, photographs, and other materials) through its archival repository at the North Dakota State University Library.
Nunavut Arctic College has been publishing for almost three decades. Our press predates the political creation of Nunavut, but not the historical reality of a distinct Inuit land. We have been around for some time, yet we are new on the landscape of Canadian publishing.
Most people across Canada (and the world) are not familiar with our books. There is a good reason for this. Our books were purposefully published to serve students, teachers, and community members in the Eastern Arctic. These works were not intended for wide distribution, enviable sales, or awards; they exist as urgent, at times rough-hewn manifestations of intimate and collaborative efforts to archive the knowledge and history of unique generations. The narrators in our pages are often Inuit who weathered the bewildering movement from the land to static settlements in the mid-20th century, and those who entered residential schools.
Nunavut Arctic College Media considers scholarly, educational, and general-interest manuscripts and media projects relating to Nunavut, Canada’s North, Inuit culture, language, and history.
Open Letter - the University of Rochester's nonprofit, literary translation press - is one of only a handful of publishing houses dedicated to increasing access to world literature for English readers. Publishing ten titles in translation each year and running an online literary website called Three Percent, Open Letter searches for works that are extraordinary and influential, works that we hope will become the classics of tomorrow.
New Zealand's oldest academic publisher, Otago University Press publishes a wide range of non-fiction books on New Zealand and the Pacific, giving special emphasis to history, natural history, Maori and Pacific, biography/memoir, poetry, literature and the arts.
Dedicated to the dissemination of scholarly and professional information, Purdue University Press selects, develops, and distributes quality resources in several key subject areas for which its parent university is famous, including business, technology, health, veterinary medicine, and other selected disciplines in the humanities and sciences. As the scholarly publishing arm of Purdue University and a unit of Purdue Libraries, the Press is also a partner for university faculty and staff, centers and departments, wishing to disseminate the results of their research.
Rutgers University Press is dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge to scholars, students, and the general reading public. The Press reflects and extends the University's core mission of research, instruction, and service. We enhance the work of our authors through exceptional publications that shape critical issues, spark debate, and enrich teaching throughout the world for a wide range of readers.
Working with authors throughout the world, we seek books that meet high editorial standards, facilitate the exchange of ideas, enhance teaching, and make scholarship accessible to a wide range of readers.
The mission of Southern Illinois University Press is to disseminate knowledge by a diverse authorship for a global readership, to expand the University's presence in ongoing scholarly dialogue, and to promote understanding of the region's history and culture.
In recent years, Southern Illinois University Press has focused its list on a smaller number of areas of publication: American history (Civil War and Lincoln), aviation, botany, film studies, legal history, poetry, regional studies, rhetoric and composition, and theatre.
The SFA Press broadens the university's mission of teaching, research, scholarship, creative work and service by publishing works of cultural and scholarly significance. With a goal of maintaining the high standards of traditional areas of literary publishing, while providing hands-on training opportunities for students, SFA Press publications have explored the history and culture of East Texas and the surrounding region, meeting the needs of regional and international audiences. Publications have received awards including the International Book Award for Military History, the Nebraska Book Award for Anthology, the Midwest Authors Book Award, and the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies Tejas Fiction Award.
TCU Press seeks to expand upon the university's core mission through the discovery, development, and dissemination of knowledge by the publication of significant, relevant, and innovative titles in the areas of history and literature of Texas and the American West, with a distinct focus on the discovery and preservation of local history.
Texas Review Press publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and scholarly works. Topics we are interested in include 20th/21st Century American Poetry, Environmental Writing, Ecopoetics, Contemporary Poetics, Creative Writing Pedagogy, Southern Literature, Southern Issues, Gulf of Mexico Studies, Texas/Louisiana Literature, Texas/Louisiana History, Folklore, Cajun-Creole Studies, African-American Literature, African-American Studies, Latinx Literature, Latinx Studies, & Texas/Mexico History. Texas Review Press is a part of Sam Houston State University, a member of the Texas State University System.
Texas Tech University Press, the book publishing office of the university since 1971 and a member of the Association of American University Presses since 1987, advances the knowledge and preservation of research and scholarship by publishing books and journals. The mission of the Press is to disseminate, within its focus areas, the fruits of scholarship in as many formats as will serve the University's broadest constituency throughout the state, the nation, and the world.
The Press publishes 25 to 30 new titles each year and has approximately 400 titles in print. The Press has lists in American liberty and justice; costume and textile studies; history and culture of Texas and the West, the Great Plains, and modern Southeast Asia during and after the Vietnam War; Jewish studies and literature; Latin American and Latino fiction; natural history and natural science; and sport in the American West. In addition, the Press publishes several scholarly journals, series for young readers, the annual winner of the Walt McDonald First-Book Competition in Poetry, and literary fiction of Texas and the West.
Trinity University Press creates books that engage, inspire, and inform. We are associated with one of the leading private, liberal arts and sciences universities in the United States. The press is known for publishing distinguished, award-winning books that contribute to culture and knowledge primarily in the following areas: landscape and environment; Texas, Mexico, and the Southwest; literature; and architecture and urban planning.
The University of British Columbia Press is Canada's leading social sciences publisher. With an international reputation for publishing high-quality works of original scholarship, our books draw on and reflect cutting-edge research, pushing the boundaries of academic discourse in innovative directions. Each year UBC Press publishes seventy new titles in a number of fields, including Aboriginal studies, Asian studies, Canadian history, environmental studies, gender and women's studies, geography, health and food studies, law, media and communications, military and security studies, planning and urban studies, and political science.
UGA Éditions, the new publishing house of the Université Grenoble Alpes, is the University's spearhead in its mission of disseminating research and knowledge.
UGA Éditions is grounded in expertise developed over more than 30 years within ELLUG, whose multilingual Literature and Humanities catalogue features over 700 publications and journal issues, and within the Grenoble Sciences centre of expertise, which has given its seal of approval to over 110 publications in the exact sciences (French and English).
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Press publishes high-quality works focusing on Louisiana history and culture or those written by Louisiana authors. The Press welcomes submissions of manuscripts pertaining to all facets of Louisiana’s history, culture, art, society, politics, economics, religion, ethnicities, and environment. It also welcomes high quality works of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction.
The University of Alabama Press, celebrating more than 65 years of fine publishing, is one of the largest and fastest-growing publishers in the South. The Press publishes between 70-75 books a year in archaeology, military history, Judaic studies, literary criticism, communication, sports, Civil Rights, religion, southern history, and regional topics.
Since 1969, the University of Alberta Press has published award-winning scholarly works and fine books for general audiences. UAP's program is particularly strong in the areas of biography, history, language, literature, natural history, and books of regional interest.
Founded in 1959, the Press is a nonprofit publisher of scholarly and regional books. We publish about 55 books annually and have more than 1,600 books in print. These include scholarly titles in anthropology, archaeology, environmental science, history, Indigenous studies, Latinx studies, Latin American studies, and the space sciences; as well as award-winning fiction and poetry series Sun Tracks and Camino del Sol.
The University of Arkansas Press was founded in 1980 as the book publishing division of the University of Arkansas. A member of the Association of American University Presses, it publishes approximately twenty titles a year, about a third of which fall under the general heading of Arkansas and Regional Studies.
Scholarly, trade and non-fiction titles for educated readers, and academic journals. UC Press is always interested in well-researched manuscripts, particularly in areas of mandated interest: Great Plains subjects, Aboriginal history and issues, Canadian parks and heritage, environmental issues, Latin America and art/architecture books.
University of California Press, one of the most distinguished university presses in the United States, enriches lives around the world by advancing scholarship in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Its activities are supported by the UC Press Foundation and by philanthropic contributions from individuals and institutions.
Operating continuously since 1891, the University of Chicago Press publishes 225 books a year across all disciplines, maintains an extensive journals program and operates a state-of-the-art distribution facility servicing more than 40 presses.
University of Delaware Press is a nonprofit publisher of scholarly books in all fields of scholarship. Our major strengths are in literary studies, especially Shakespeare, Renaissance and Early Modern literature; Eighteenth-Century Studies; French literature; art history and history; and cultural studies of Delaware and the Eastern Shore.
University of Exeter Press is one of only a handful of university presses in the UK. UEP is internationally recognised for its excellence in humanities publishing. Over fifty years dedicated to scholarly book publishing has provided it with a wealth of experience from which to continue to expand and develop its activities.
Since its founding in 1938, the primary mission of the University of Georgia Press has been to support and enhance the University's place as a major research institution by publishing outstanding works of scholarship and literature by scholars and writers throughout the world.
The University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. We currently publish 60-70 new books a year and have a long history of publishing significant scholarship, creative and literary works, and books about the state and the region for general readers.
The University of Iowa Press is a well-regarded academic publisher serving scholars, students, and readers throughout the world with works of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction. As the only university press in the state, Iowa is also dedicated to preserving the literature, history, culture, wildlife, and natural areas of the Midwest.
For scholars and students, we publish reference and course books in the areas of archaeology, American studies, American history, literary studies, theatre studies, and the craft of writing.
For general readers, we publish the winners of the Iowa Short Fiction Award and the Iowa Poetry Prize, poetry anthologies, books on the archaeology and natural history of the Midwest, cookbooks, letters and diaries, biographies, memoirs, regional history, and collections of historic and contemporary photographs.
U of M Press is widely recognized as a leading publisher of books on Aboriginal history, Native studies, and Canadian history. As well, the Press is proud of its contribution to immigration studies, ethnic studies, and the study of Canadian literature, culture, politics, and Aboriginal languages. It also publishes a wide-ranging list of books on the heritage of the peoples and land of the Canadian prairies.
The University of Michigan Press is a vital component of UM Library's Michigan Publishing, which is the primary academic publishing division of the University. In partnership with our authors and series editors, we publish in a wide range of humanities and social science disciplines. We champion the Library's research and scholarly communication missions through our global digital and print publishing and distribution programs.
Founded in 1941, the University of Nebraska Press is a nonprofit scholarly and general interest press that publishes 170 new and reprint titles annually under the Nebraska, Bison Books, and Potomac Books imprints, and in partnership with the Jewish Publication Society, along with 30 journals. As the largest and most diversified university press between Chicago and California, with 3,000 books in print, the University of Nebraska Press is best known for publishing works in Native studies, history, sports, anthropology and geography, American studies and cultural criticism, and creative works.
The University of Nevada Press, as mandated by the state legislature and the Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education, publishes high-quality, deserving works that advance scholarly research, contribute to the understanding and appreciation of regional history and culture, and reach a wide range of academic and general readers. Publication is done in a fiscally responsible manner that reflects the highest editorial, design, and production standards. The good will of the public it serves (the citizens of the State of Nevada, readers, and authors) is the Press's most valuable asset.
Established in 1929 by the Regents of the University of New Mexico, UNM Press is a well known and respected publisher in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, indigenous studies, Latin American history, American studies, Chicana/o studies, art and architecture, and the history, literature, ecology, and cultures of the American West.
The University of North Texas Press was founded in 1987 and published its first book in 1989. Though we are the newest university press in North Texas (following SMU Press and TCU Press), we have quickly become a leading press with the most titles in print (more than 300) and published (15 to 16 each year). We are fully accredited members of the Association of American University Presses. Our books are distributed and marketed nationally and internationally through the Texas A&M University Press Consortium.
During its more than eighty years of continuous operation, the University of Oklahoma Press has gained international recognition as an outstanding publisher of scholarly literature. It was the first university press established in the Southwest, and the fourth in the western half of the country.
The University of Pittsburgh Press is a scholarly publisher with distinguished books in several academic areas and in poetry and short fiction, as well as books about Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania for general readers, scholars, and students.
For more than 60 years, the University of Queensland Press has been at the forefront of innovative Australian publishing. It has launched the careers of many great Australian novelists, published contemporary Australian poets, been a pioneering force in children's and young adult publishing and has set the benchmark for award-winning scholarly and Black Australian writing.
University of Regina Press publishes scholarly and trade books in the humanities, social sciences and literary arts on a wide range of subjects covering Indigenous themes, Canadian history, political topics, environmental topics, social justice, and gender and sexuality.
Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is Canada's leading scholarly publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP has published over 6,500 books, with well over 3,500 of these still in print. The Scholarly Publishing division produces approximately 175 titles per year, and the Higher Education division publishes around 25 titles per year.
The University of Utah Press is an agency of the J. Willard Marriott Library of The University of Utah. In accordance with the mission of the University, the Press publishes and disseminates scholarly books in anthropology, archaeology, Mesoamerican studies, American Indian studies, linguistics, natural history, nature writing, Utah and Western history, Mormon studies, Utah and regional guidebooks, and regional titles.
The University of Washington Press has published approximately 4,400 books, of which about 1,400 are currently in print. Today we publish about seventy new titles each year, achieving recognition as a leading publisher of scholarly books.
Producers of beautiful books that bristle and shimmer with life - books with big stories, big ideas and a strong sense of place, UWA Publishing fosters local writing that explores Western Australian and Australian identity, and seeks fresh voices of international origin.
We harbour a worldly outlook attuned to dynamic social engagement; our books are intended as discussion pieces, designed to inform, challenge and enliven our readers.
Since its first book appeared in 1937, the Press has published and distributed more than 3000 titles. We have more than 1400 titles currently in print, including books of general interest (biography, fiction, natural history, poetry, photography, fishing, food, travel, etc.), scholarly books (American studies, anthropology, art, classics, environmental studies, ethnic studies, film, gay & lesbian studies, history, Jewish studies, literary criticism, Slavic studies, etc.), and regional books about Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.
The University Press of Colorado is a nonprofit publisher supported partly by Adams State College, Colorado State University, Fort Lewis College, Mesa State College, Metropolitan State University of Denver, the University of Colorado, the University of Northern Colorado, and Western State Colorado University.
The University Press of Mississippi was founded in 1970 and is supported by Mississippi's eight state universities. UPM publishes scholarly books of the highest distinction and books that interpret the south and its culture to the nation and the world.
University Press of New England is an award-winning university press supported by a consortium of schools: Brandeis University, Dartmouth College, University of New Hampshire, and Northeastern University. UPNE has earned a reputation for excellence in scholarly, instructional, reference, literary and artistic, and general-interest books.
Wayne State University Press is a leading publisher of Great Lakes books, Judaica, African American studies, film and media, and fairy-tale studies, as well as a range of other scholarly and general interest titles, including Michigan short fiction and poetry. The Press disseminates research, advances education, and serves the local community while expanding the international reputation of the Press and the University.
West Virginia University Press is the leading publisher of the Mountain State, producing a diverse selection of books, journals, and CDs which appeal to fans of Appalachian writing and music, regional studies, art, nature, and medieval studies.
Wilfrid Laurier University Press publishes scholarly works and non-fiction in the humanities and social sciences, especially in art, film, literature, philosophy, history, political science, relgious studies, anthropology, sociology, social work, gender studies, native studies, cultural studes and life writing. Our mandate is to extend the lines of scholarly communication to as many readers as possible.