University of Calgary Press
Established in 1986, the University of Calgary Press publishes peer-reviewed scholarly works. Our books advance academic research, challenge boundaries, and connect communities of scholarship. Open Access since 2010, we invest in knowledge and reduce barriers to readership by ensuring that our academic publications are available to the widest possible audience at no cost. In our literary series, Brave & Brilliant, we publish works of poetry, fiction, and beyond, with fresh voices and bold approaches to storytelling and verse.
UCalgary Press publishes work in all areas of the social sciences and humanities with areas of focus in fifteen series on specialized scholarly topics: Africa: Missing Voices; Art in Profile: Canadian Art and Architecture; Arts in Action; Beyond Boundaries: Canadian Defence and Strategic Studies; BSPS Open; Calgary Institute for the Humanities; Canadian History and Environment; Cinemas Off Centre; Energy Histories, Cultures, and Politics; Global Indigenous Issues; Latin American & Caribbean Studies; Northern Lights; Small Cities Sustainability Studies in Community and Cultural Engagement; The John W. Holmes Book Series in Canadian Foreign Policy; and The West.
The University of Calgary Press oversees two imprints: Bighorn Books, which publishes propulsive research-based nonfiction for the general reader, and LCR Publishing Services, which publishes academic and scholarly works that fall outside the strict requirements of the traditional monograph.