Princeton University Press: Now Open to Book Proposals

Written by Emily Harstone

Important: Read This Before Submitting Your Manuscript

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Princeton University Press is an established academic press with excellent distribution.

Not only are they currently open to proposals but they just started a Supporting Diverse Voices Development Grant hoping to support historically excluded scholars from around the world with the grant. This is how the grant will work: “In close partnership with four book coaches, the grant will offer direct support and coaching to scholarly authors preparing to draft a book proposal. The grant will cover all associated costs of this process, with grantees able to select which coach they wish to partner with.”

The first round of funding is focusing on Women, transgender, and gender expansive authors in Science and Mathematics. It opened for submissions from February 15th and will run until April 1st.

You can find the application here. You need to scroll down and look for the Apply button.

They are also open to general proposals on a wide variety of topics. You can see their catalog here. You can read their full guidelines here. Please follow all of the guidelines very carefully.


Emily Harstone is the author of many popular books, including The Authors Publish Guide to Manuscript SubmissionsSubmit, Publish, Repeat, and The 2020 Guide to Manuscript Publishers.

She regularly teaches three acclaimed courses on writing and publishing at The Writer’s Workshop at Authors Publish. You can follow her on Facebook here.

 

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