Manchester University Press

Founded in 1904, Manchester University Press is the third largest university press in England and publishes over 170 books every year.

Its output includes textbooks, monographs and journals covering the humanities and social sciences.

It publishes a number of texts aimed at the academic community, as well as a broader readership – offering more open access book content than any other university press in the UK.

It is a department of the University of Manchester and upholds the values of accessibility, researchability and discoverability.

The press has a global audience for its publications, with over 150,000 books sold each year across more than 60 countries.

Notable texts and authors published with the press include Anthony Burgess, an unrivalled selection of Gothic Literature and the popular Manchester Studies in Imperialism series published over two decades with over 140 titles.

Many of the publications are internationally recognised and award-winning. Shakespeare’s Storms by Gwilym Jones won the 2016 Shakespeare’s Globe Book Award.

The press also has a digital arm and a podcast library.