Publisher Database

This is a database of publishers whose offerings regularly include works in translation. Please note, it is community-managed, and some entries may be out of date.
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Publisher Database

Displaying 601 - 612 of 612
Publication Formats Genre Translated Languages Publication count Accept unsolicited submissionssort descending Payments
Les Figues

Les Figues Press is a nonprofit literary organization and award-winning, independent publisher of poetry, prose, visual art, conceptual writing, and translation. Based in Los Angeles, our mission is to create aesthetic conversations between readers, writers, and artists. Les Figues Press publishes five to seven books a year and favors projects which push the boundaries of genre, form, and general acceptability. We also curate and host literary events, including readings, conversations, performances, and art salons. Les Figues Press embraces a feminist criticality and editorial vision. We are interested in work that is aware of itself as a textual body within a history and culture marked (like physical bodies) by constructs of gender, race, class, and sexuality

Book, Chapbook Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
Yes Unknown, Token: <0.01/word
Dover Publications

Since our founding in 1941, we’ve built our reputation by offering remarkable products at amazing prices. Everyone in the Dover family wants you to be delighted with your purchase. When you shop at Dover, you may do so with complete confidence. We stand behind every product we sell with our unconditional guarantee.

Book, eBook NonFiction, Fiction English
Yes Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word, Pro: >0.15/word
Princeton University Press

Princeton University Press is an independent publisher with close connections, both formal and informal, to Princeton University. As such it has overlapping responsibilities to the University, the academic community, and the reading public. Our fundamental mission is to disseminate scholarship (through print and digital media) both within academia and to society at large. We select for publication only scholarship of the highest quality on all levels regardless of commercial viability: specialized monographs making an original contribution to knowledge within a subdiscipline; titles appealing to a broader range of scholars and professionals in a single discipline; interdisciplinary academic works intended for readers in more than one subject area; and works by scholars aimed at bringing the findings of a discipline to the larger, well-educated reading public. Some titles from all these categories are also eventually used in the classroom as supplemental course reading. We also publish texts specifically intended for student use at the graduate and undergraduate level. We seek to publish the innovative works of the greatest minds in academia, from the most respected senior scholar to the extraordinarily promising graduate student, in each of the disciplines in which we publish. The Press consciously acquires a collection of titles--a coherent "list" of books--in each discipline, providing focus, continuity, and a basis for the development of future publications. Through the publication of works of scholarly significance, Princeton University Press fulfills part of the mission of Princeton University by furthering its fundamental commitment to the dissemination of knowledge.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
Tuttle Publishing

"Tuttle is regarded as the premier publisher and seller of books rooted in Asian culture. We span mall diverse categories and topics and are always in search of talent to become part of our elite team. Since 1948, Tuttle has been a leader in the field of Asian cultures, Language and Martial Arts. Today, we currently have a backlist of over 6,000 titles and publish 150 new titles per year. We publish not only our traditional titles but have expanded our categories to include: Advanced Language Learning Tools, Textbooks, Art & Design, Craft Books & Kits, Cookbooks, Religion and Philosophy, Children’s and much more. Tuttle works closely with each individual author to develop a roadmap for success. Our editorial, sales, and marketing staff are available to guide you each step of the way. We offer a hands-on approach from start to finish and beyond. You will have access to state-of- the art marketing tools, public relations counsel and an advisor to assist you in leveraging your sales channels.

Book, eBook Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry, Graphic Lit English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Black Herald Press

Black Herald Press publishes The Black Herald, a partly-bilingual magazine based in Paris, France, and poetry books.

Book Fiction, NonFiction, Poetry French, English
Yes Contributor Copies
Salamander Magazine

Salamander, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit literary organization that publishes a biannual magazine of poetry, fiction, memoir, and works in translation. It was founded by Jennifer Barber in 1992 with the aim of publishing a generation of writers reaching artistic maturity and deserving of a wider audience alongside new work by established writers. In addition to the magazine, Salamander, Inc. sponsors events and readings in the Boston area and in New York. Salamander became affiliated with Suffolk University in the fall of 2005. Its annual fiction contest began in 2010.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry English
2
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word
Monthly Review Press

In May 1949 Monthly Review began publication in New York City, as cold war hysteria gathered force in the United States. The first issue featured the lead article Why Socialism? by Albert Einstein. From the first Monthly Review spoke for socialism and against U.S. imperialism, and is still doing so today. From the first Monthly Review was independent of all political organization, and is still so today. The McCarthy era inquisition targeted Monthly Review's original editors Paul Sweezy and Leo Huberman, who fought back successfully. In the subsequent global upsurge against capitalism, imperialism and the commodification of life (in shorthand “1968”) Monthly Review played a global role. A generation of activists received no small part of their education as subscribers to the magazine and readers of Monthly Review Press books. In the intervening years of counter-revolution, Monthly Review has kept a steady viewpoint. That point of view is the heartfelt attempt to frame the issues of the day with one set of interests foremost in mind: those of the great majority of humankind, the propertyless.

NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
University of Michigan Press

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. Together with our authors, we also play a critical role in the teaching and learning mission of the University by applying new pedagogies to the development of instructional materials that promote college success for students. To address the educational and information needs of our regional readers, the Press also produces publications on Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

Book, eBook NonFiction English
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Bucknell University Press

The Bucknell University Press welcomes for consideration scholarly proposals in the humanities and social sciences. Areas of particular interest include interdisciplinary eighteenth-century studies, Luso-Hispanic and Latin American studies, and Irish writers, but we are open to excellent and innovative scholarship in all humanistic and social scientific fields.

Book NonFiction English
35
Yes Semi-Pro: <0.14/word
Southern Humanities Review

Southern Humanities Review publishes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Translations in all genres have also appeared in the journal. The journal recently established the Auburn Witness Poetry Prize Honoring Jake Adam York, poet and Auburn University alum. $1,000 and publication in SHR will be awarded annually to one poem of witness by an American poet. Full guidelines on our website.

Print Journal Fiction, Poetry, NonFiction English
4
Yes Contributor Copies
Northpoint Press

Farrar, Straus and Compall was founded in 1946 by Roger W. Straus and John C. Farrar. In 1964 Robert Giroux's name was added to the roster and the compall became Farrar, Straus and Giroux. The firm is renowned for its international list of literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry and children's books. Farrar, Straus and Giroux authors have won extraordinary acclaim over the years, including numerous National Book Awards, Pulitzer Prizes, and twenty-two Nobel Prizes in literature.

Book NonFiction English
Yes Unknown
University of Texas Press

The University of Texas Press is a book and journal publisher—a focal point where the life experiences, insights, and specialized knowledge of writers converge to be disseminated in both print and digital formats. Established in 1950, UT Press has published more than 3,000 books over six decades. Under the direction of David Hamrick, the Press produces approximately one hundred new books and eleven journals each year. A list of the Press' Advisory Council Members can be found here. By launching a scholarly press, the University of Texas at Austin made several important statements: books matter; books educate; and publishing good books is a public responsibility and a valuable component of higher education. In the years since, the Press has become a publisher of international scope, issuing works in a wide range of fields. Our books present the results of original research conducted all across the United States and Latin America and in centers of learning throughout the world. Our major areas of concentration are American Studies, Anthropology, Old and New World Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Classics and the Ancient World, Conservation and the Environment, Film and Media Studies, Latin American and Latina/o Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Photography, Pre-Columbian Studies, Texas and Western Studies, and Women's Studies.

Book, Print Journal Fiction, NonFiction English
100
Yes Contributor Copies, Token: <0.01/word, Pro: >0.15/word, Semi-Pro: <0.14/word

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