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Publisher Tips: Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world and publishes in all academic fields from multiple offices across the globe. Here, they share their 5 publishing Top Tips…….

1. We are always glad to hear from prospective authors.  We offer both general guidance on submission  and a set of relevant contacts as it is sometimes best to send the relevant subject editor a brief email describing the project.

2. The hurdles at which most first-book proposals fall is a) suitability (for the list) and b) likelihood of achieving a sufficient level of sale.  An initial email may help signal a project’s chances of clearing those particular hurdles. If an editor can encourage a submission, he or she will advise what should be sent. Read more