Call for book abstracts at Cambridge Scholars Publishing

A call for book abstracts at Cambridge Scholars Publishing 

Cambridge Scholars Publishing are inviting proposals for academic books and edited collections in Humanities and Social Sciences. We publish in all major fields of academic research and practice: Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Health Sciences.
To submit a book proposal, please visit our website, where you can complete a Book Proposal Form.

We aim always to put our authors first in what we do, and we bring that ambition into our publishing operations with our Author Promises:
No charges for publication.

  • Worldwide distribution to the world’s leading research and study centres, via our international network including Amazon, EBSCO/GOBI, ProQuest, and Ingram.
  • Fast, fair, and friendly proposal review – normally a decision is made within one month.
  • Publication in handsome hardback, as well as eBook format for our academic library customers.
  • A book published with us is always in-stock, and always available for sale, thanks to our unique Print on Time global distribution system.
  • An escalating royalty payment – the more titles sold, the higher the royalty rate, from the first copy sold.

More about CSP, and independent scholarly publishers

The online magazine No Shelf Required carried a major feature recently, The issues that (should) matter to independent scholarly publishers and the libraries that invest in their efforts, which draws on some experiences of Cambridge Scholars Publishing. To read it, follow the link. Independent publishers play an important part in the academic ecosystem, by increasing choice and diversity for authors and researchers.

Since our foundation in 2002 in Cambridge, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing have grown to be one of the world’s leading scholarly book publishers. We are due to publish more than 700 academic books this year. We remain proud of the association with the city of our foundation, but we are not affiliated to or associated with the University of Cambridge, or Cambridge University Press.

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