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Monograph Publishing

The process of proposing and publishing a monograph is highly particular to a scholar's field and career situation. This guide offers a set of trusted resources that orient you to the general process. For personalized guidance, please contact contact Taylor Davis-Van Atta, Director of the Digital Research Commons at UH Libraries.

Resources that provide advice on selecting publishers:

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Most academic presses require you to submit a proposal for your monograph in order to initiate the publishing process. Presses should make their proposal guidelines available on their website. If they do not, you may contact the press to request their guidelines. Below are a few examples. You will want to seek out guidelines from presses in your field and follow them closely as you begin the process.

Library Resources