About WSU Press
A member of the Association of University Presses, WSU Press is known for its established editorial program focused on the American West, particularly the history, prehistory, environment, politics, and culture of the greater Northwest region. The Press has published Northwest Science, the academic journal of the Northwest Scientific Association, since 1934.
WSU Press has a proud heritage as an award winning, public university press in Pacific Northwest history, earning recognition from the American Library Association, the Pacific Northwest Historians Guild, and the Washington State Library. WSU Press books have received Washington State Book Awards and Idaho Book Awards. They have been read on the International Space Station and featured on C-SPAN2. WSU Press authors have been interviewed on numerous regional radio programs, as well as National Public Radio and PBS television productions, and are frequent speakers throughout the Northwest.
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WSU Press is located on Grimes Way on the Washington State University campus in Pullman, Washington.