We welcome proposals or completed manuscripts between 30,000 words and 150,000 words in length that fall into one of the following categories:
Individually or jointly authored books.
Edited collections addressing a clear theme or collections consisting of newly written chapters or articles previously published in the journal.
Re-issued or out-of-copyright classics with new introductions.
PhD dissertations or other theses, rewritten to conform more closely to the genre "book."
To begin the process, submit a sample chapter or completed manuscript as well as the following: a brief description of the intended audience, a summary of the broader significance of the work, relevant metadata (title, authors/editors, back-cover blurb, table of contents, bio-notes) and any marketing or promotional ideas you have.
View our step-by-step guide to the Book Submission Process.
Once we receive your submission, our editorial team will review your proposal to determine whether it is a good fit for the book imprint. If accepted, you submit the full manuscript, and we identify reviewers to provide feedback on your work.
After the review phase, we help you through the publication process, which includes typesetting your book. From there, your book is published and made available in both print and electronic formats.