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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 senior editor Gary Mitchem at email@example.com. Gary will be happy to schedule Zoom meetings to discuss manuscript projects.
For more information on becoming a McFarland author, visit our Author Resources webpage.
Becoming an External 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
McFarland, a leading independent publisher of academic and general-interest nonfiction books, is perhaps best known for the serious treatment of popular culture. Sports are a particular strength, and our list of academic monographs and other research-oriented books about baseball is among the oldest and best established in scholarly publishing.
We have approximately 7,000 unique works for sale and publish more than 350 new titles each year. Browse ALL subject categories here. Links to our baseball subjects and series may be found below, followed by other topics and series of possible interest. Receive a 30% conference discount with coupon code NASSH30.
The Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture | Great Teams in Pro Football History | McFarland Historic Ballparks | The McFarland Historical Baseball Library | Studies in Gaming | Base Ball: New Research on the Early Game | Black Ball: New Research in African American Baseball History
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