Modern Language Association (MLA)

 

Thank you for joining McFarland at MLA.  Browse our books here, and learn more about book proposals and submitting your manuscript. To receive a 30% discount on orders for this conference, please use coupon code MLA22.


BECOMING AN AUTHOR

McFarland welcomes proposals for nonfiction manuscripts, including multicontributor manuscripts and edited collections of essays, on a wide range of subjects. Authors, volume editors, and the merely interested are invited to contact Layla Milholen at lmilholen@mcfarlandpub.com. Layla will be happy to schedule Zoom meetings to discuss manuscript projects.

For more information on becoming a McFarland author, visit our Author Resources webpage. Authors of academic works should also see our Frequently Asked Questions about peer review.


BECOMING A READER
If you are interested in serving as an external reader, please email a current version of your CV and your area of expertise to peer_review@mcfarlandpub.com.


ADOPTING A BOOK FOR YOUR COURSE
The majority of our books have a preview enabled via Google Books (all front matter + 10% of the text).  To examine a prospective textbook in its entirety, contact us using this form.


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OUR BOOKS
McFarland, a leading independent publisher of academic and general-interest nonfiction books, is perhaps best known for the serious treatment of popular culture.  Founded in 1979, we are recognized among authors and readers as adventurous in range and a reliable source of worthy books that other publishers overlook. We have about 7000 unique works for sale and each year we publish about 360 new titles.  To Browse our latest catalog of popular culture titles as a flipbook, or browse/scroll books directly in our online shop. Browse ALL subject categories here. Particularly noteworthy subjects and series are listed and linked below.  Receive a 30% conference discount with coupon code PCAS30.

Series:
Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies | Contributions to Zombie Studies | Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy | Dogs in Our World | Ethics and CultureMcFarland Companions to Mystery Fiction | McFarland Companions to 19th Century Literature | McFarland Companions to Young Adult LiteratureMcFarland Literary Companions | Studies in Gaming | Studies in Heavy Metal Music & CultureWorlds of Whedon

Interdisciplinary Studies
African American Studies | American Indian Studies | Appalachian Studies | Asian & Asian American Studies | Cannabis Studies | Death | Disability Studies | Food | Gender Studies | Jewish Studies | Latino & Latin American Studies | LGBTQ StudiesMedieval Studies | Middle East Studies | Victorian Studies | Women’s Studies

Genre
Adventure  | Comedy | Espionage | Horror  | Horror (Weird)  | Horror (Zombies)  | Mystery | Romance | SF & Fantasy | SF & Fantasy (Cyberpunk) | SF & Fantasy (Kaiju) | SF & Fantasy (Steampunk) | SF & Fantasy (Superheroes) | Western

Popular Culture & Performing Arts
Animation | Comics & Graphic Narratives | Dance | Film | Film Noir | Film (Silent) | Gaming (Role-Playing) | Gaming (Video) | Music | Music (Country)Music (Opera) | Music (Rock)Puppetry | Radio | Television | Television (Soap Operas) | Reality TV | Theatre

Literature
American |  British |  Classics | Comics & Graphic Narratives | Drama | Fairy Tales | Language | Mythology & Folklore | Poetry | YA & Children’s

Flipbook Catalogs:

2021 Pop Culture Catalog
Boxing Books (9/21)
Music Books (9/21)
Books about Metal Music & Culture (9/21)
Gaming Books (8/21)
Harry Potter Books 2021 (7/21)
Olympic Books (7/21)
Superhero Books (7/21)
LGBTQ Books (6/21)
Science Fiction Books (5/21)
Medieval Studies Books (5/21)
Star Wars Books (4/21)
Cannabis Studies Books (4/21)
Kaiju Books (3/21)
Baseball Books (3/21)
Women’s Studies Books (3/21)
Romance Books (2/21)
African American Studies (2/21)
Martial Arts on Screen (1/21)
Vikings in Literature and Pop Culture (12/20)