The University of Alberta Press publishes works by established and emerging Canadian and international authors whose scholarship enlightens our society, engages communities, and challenges boundaries. We focus on materials for scholars, citizens, and policy makers concerned with prairie, mountain, and circumpolar histories and cultures; First Nations, Métis, and Inuit studies; literary and cultural studies; environmental studies; and Petrocultures.
We have several active series:
From the pleasure of gardening to the delight of sharing your harvest.
New understandings of circumpolar situations and concerns.
A series on the history and culture of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Interdisciplinary works on hunting and gathering peoples from arctic, boreal, and sub-arctic regions.
Series editor: Andrzej Weber
Surveys important local and regional healing traditions in northern regions
Series editor: Earle Waugh
Petrocultures, An Energy Humanities Series
Publishing the research of artists, activists, writers, and scholars working at the intersections of oil, energy, and culture.
Series editor: Sheena Wilson
Knowledge translation, access, and transfer using case studies and community-based models
Series editors: Mike Evans & Chris Fletcher
- Short fiction: Please submit a one-page synopsis of the book and up to three stories as a sample.
- Nonfiction: Submissions
should be accompanied by a synopsis, table of contents, and no more than
50 pages of sample material from the manuscript.
The University of Alberta Press accepts poetry submissions from Canadian citizens and landed immigrants between September 1 and September 31 each year.
At the end of this submission period, we will select up to three manuscripts for publication.
Please submit the following materials:
- A cover letter
- The full manuscript in either Word or as a PDF.