Frequently Asked Questions

Authors | e-Books | Exam or Review Copies | Out-of-Print | Print-disabled Students | Misc.

Authors

Where can I find the instructions for PUP authors? Instructions for PUP Authors

What are your guidelines for manuscript submissions? Instructions for Manuscript Submissions

Submissions to the Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets are accepted in hard copy only between May 1 and May 31 of each year. Please mail submissions to:

Susan Stewart, Editor
Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets
Princeton University Press
41 William Street
Princeton, NJ 08540

Submissions to the Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation are accepted in electronic form. Please send proposals to lockertseries@press.princeton.edu.

While we welcome your submissions, Princeton University Press is not responsible for any lost or misdirected manuscripts, photos, or artwork. It is not our policy to return proposals or manuscripts nor do we retain material at the Press, so please do not send originals. Thank you for your cooperation.

Of related interest: An Author's Guide to Scholarly Publishing by Robin Derricourt


e-Books and Online Questions

I am an individual customer - where can I purchase your e-books?

When published, our e-books have direct links to various retail vendors on our website's book description pages. Click on the e-book shopping cart link. We do not sell e-books directly to individuals.

I am an institutional customer - where can I purchase your e-books?

Many of our e-books are available through these library aggregators: Books at JSTOR, CNPereading (China), Dawsonera (UK), DeGruyter Online, EBSCO, iGPublishing (Asia), MyiLibrary, Project MUSE, and ProQuest Ebook Central. We do not sell e-books directly to libraries.

Can I copy and print your e-books?

No, or a very small percentage of an e-book, depending upon the digital rights management (DRM) applied by the various partners who sell our e-books.

Why are some titles not available as e-books?

Not all books display well in available e-book formats. Most of our new books are published as e-books, and we are always working to add more backlist content and present it in the best possible way.

I'm a professor and would like to use portions of your e-books in a course.

See /permissions.html#repubinstructors for information about Copyright Clearance Center.

How can I get your data for my online bookstore?

We maintain an FTP site with files containing our basic bibliographic data, book descriptions from seasonal catalogs, excerps from reviews and endorsements, tables of contents, and cover images. The files are in standard formats and can be accessed at /vendors.html. If you prefer, you can FTP the files directly from ftp.pupress.princeton.edu by using the standard anonymous login procedure and going to /pub/bookdata.


Exam or Review Copies

How do I request an exam/desk copy? Examination Copy Request

How do I request a copy of one of your books for the purpose of reviewing it?

Princeton University Press is pleased to provide review copies of our titles to magazines, journals, and other print venues, as well as television and radio programs with legitimate author interview formats. We regret that we are unable to accommodate review copy requests from on-line publications. To request a review copy of a PUP title, please fax your request, on your journal or station letterhead, to the attention of the Publicity Department, 609-258-1335. Review copy requests made over the internet cannot be accommodated.


Out-of-Print

I know this title is out of print, do you know where I might get a copy these days?

You might try one of the many helpful out-of-print search services on the Internet; here are a few to get you started:


Print-disabled Students

I am reading disabled and need your book in an alternative digital format.

See /permissions.html#printdis for information about BOOKSHARE®.


Miscellaneous

I purchased an improperly bound book. How do I exchange it for a new copy?

Please contact Ingram Books for more information.

Will C.G. Jung's works ever be on CD-ROM?

We have no specific plan at this time to publish the Collected Works of C.G. Jung as a CD-ROM or as an on-line edition

How can I get in contact with Philosophy & Public Affairs?

Currently, Philosophy & Public Affairs is published by Wiley. Further information, including the option to subscribe or renew securely online, can be found at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291088-4963.

Publishing rights to The Hero with a Thousand Faces have reverted to The Joseph Campbell Foundation at http://www.jcf.org/. For further information, we recommend that you contact the Foundation directly at 800-330-MYTH or write: Joseph Campbell Foundation, Post Office Box 36, San Anselmo, CA 94979-0036