June 1, 2016—Lebanon, New Hampshire—University Press of New England (UPNE) is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Duquesne University Press effective July 1, 2016.
Founded in 1927 and based in Pittsburgh, Duquesne’s publishing program includes award-winning titles in medieval and Renaissance literary studies, continental philosophy, humanistic psychology, ethics, and religious studies; its early entry into fields such as existentialism and phenomenology long ago cemented its reputation for books that shape and influence serious thought.
Duquesne University Press is also the publisher of the annual volumes Milton Studies and Levinas Studies: An Annual Review.
“We very much look forward to working with UPNE Book Partners to further expand the distribution of our scholarly and trade books throughout North America,” says Duquesne press Director Susan Wadsworth-Booth. “We have several new titles in psychology, philosophy, and literature coming this fall and are excited about publishing our very first adult coloring book, Coloring the Biblia Pauperum: Medieval Woodcuts to Illuminate and Inspire, which is based on a more academic book we published some years ago.”
Starting July 1, UPNE Book Partners will be handling the sales and distribution of all Duquesne University Press titles. Duquesne books bought from Cornell University Press Services (CUPS) can be returned to CUPS through August.
UPNE Book Partners offers individualized services, tailored to the needs of each partner, for small and medium-sized publishers, museums, and historical societies including: editing, design, and production; marketing and publicity; sales and distribution; order fulfillment; customer service; and inventory management.
Current UPNE Book Partners include: Academia Press; Bauhan Publishing; Bennington Museum; Boston Athenaeum; Carnegie Mellon University Press; CavanKerry Press, Ltd.; Chipstone Foundation; Duquesne University Press; Fleming Museum of Art; Four Way Books; Historic New England; Hood Museum of Art; International Polar Institute; Mead Museum; Middlebury College Museum of Art; Mount Holyoke College Art Museum; New Britain Museum of American Art; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Nightboat Books; Northeastern University Press; Oberlin College Press; Omnidawn Publishing; Peabody Essex Museum; Peter E. Randall Publisher; Saturnalia Books; Sheep Meadow Press; Shelburne Museum; Tagus Press at UMass Dartmouth; University of New Hampshire Press; Vermont Folklife Center; Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art; Warring States Project; Wesleyan University Press; and Williams College.
For more information, contact:
University Press of New England
Publicity and Subsidiary Rights
603-448-1533 x. 233
1 Court Street | Suite 250 | Lebanon, NH 03766