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Welcome to the June issue of Bluelines! Our Fall/Winter 2019 catalog is now available! Browse a digital version here.

For Pride Month, we are running a sale on some of our new and recent LGBTQ+ titles, including Jonathan Weinberg’s Pier Groups, which was recently featured in the New York Times.

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journals news

Studies in the American Short Story

Our Journals program is expanding!
We’re excited to bring you Studies in the American Short Story, Hiperboreea, Philosophia Africana, Nineteenth Century Studies, and more in 2020. Check for the latest updates.

psu press jobs

We’re hiring! Follow the links for more information or to apply.

Customer Service Specialist

Penn State University Press, a division of The Pennsylvania State University Libraries and Scholarly Communications, seeks a Customer Service Specialist to process orders and respond to customers at the Press’s warehouse operations at the University Park, PA, campus. The press publishes approximately 100 books per year and 70 peer-reviewed journals and distributes for multiple international publishers. . . (more)

Acquisitions Editorial Assistant

Penn State University Press seeks a bright and energetic candidate for the position of Acquisitions Editorial Assistant. This position provides support for two acquisitions editors who acquire 45-50 new books per year. Responsibilities include screening incoming mail (including manuscripts and proposals), processing submitted manuscripts and coordinating the peer review of manuscripts under formal consideration, maintaining and updating. . . (more)

Acquisitions Editor

The Pennsylvania State University Press, a not-for-profit publisher of scholarly books, journals, and online content in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, is looking for an experienced and dedicated acquisitions editor to who will manage the ongoing development of its imprint Eisenbrauns Publishing. Eisenbrauns publishes in a number of academic fields, all related to ancient Near East and biblical studies, including, specifically. . . (more)

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