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University of Pittsburgh Press

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Established: 1936

Last updated: July 18, 2019
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TypesNonfiction; Poetry
SubjectsArchitecture; History; Philosophy; Science
MarketsAcademic

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Publishes books on Latin American studies, Russian and East European studies, international relations, poetry, Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania regional studies, environmental studies, architecture and landscape history, urban studies, composition and literacy, the history of science, and the philosophy of science. No hard sciences, memoirs, or fiction. Only considers poetry manuscripts from poets who have already published full-length collections of at least 48 pages. Poets who have not may submit to the first-book competition run by the press. See website for full guidelines.

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Location

7500 Thomas Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
United States

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+1 (412) 383-2456
+1 (412) 383-2466

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