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Open Access

Why Publish in Open Access?

Anthem Press is dedicated to high quality research and the dissemination of academic contributions to a global readership. Promoting the ease of accessibility, Open Access allows for the broader circulation of information and aids the progression of ongoing and future scholarship. Grants and research councils often require Open Access publishing, and many independent authors choose to publish in this way.

What is Open Access?

Open Access is a free access, no charge, online version of your book. Titles are available to everyone, and depending on the license, your work may be free from use restrictions. You may choose the license type you prefer once your manuscript is contracted.

Author Support

Anthem Press Open Access titles enjoy the same editorial and production attention as our traditionally published manuscripts. All titles are subject to peer review and receive excellent editorial, production, marketing and promotion support.

Policy and Terms

Anthem Press offers the option of Open Access publishing to all authors, for complete books as well as individual book chapters. Publication charges are based on a fixed price per typeset page. Authors interested in Open Access information should contact openaccess@anthempress.com for more details.

 

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