Information for Authors
The University of Arizona Press publishes the work of leading scholars from around the globe. We invite proposals from authors of works appropriate for our award-winning list of publications. Learn more about submitting a proposal and preparing your final manuscript.
For manuscripts that have already gone through peer review and have been accepted, our final manuscript submission guidelines are available here.
Peer review is a fundamental step in our decision-making process. If your project passes the initial phase of vetting by our acquisitions team, then the next step is peer review. All University of Arizona Press titles are thoroughly peer reviewed prior to publication following the Association of University Presses Best Practices for Peer Review.
- Kristen Buckles, Editor-in-Chief Read Bio
Allyson Carter, Senior Editor
Allyson Carter serves as senior editor of the University of Arizona Press and acquires new manuscripts for specialists and general readers in anthropology, Indigenous studies, archaeology, environmental science, and space science. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in Linguistics and Cognitive Science, and she has contributed to the Press’s Acquisitions team in different roles since 2003. Contact Allyson at email@example.com.
Elizabeth Wilder, Assistant Editor
Elizabeth Wilder is an assistant editor in the University of Arizona Press’s Acquisitions Department. She oversees the Press's two award-winning literary series, Camino del Sol and Sun Tracks, and supports the lists of the Press Editor-in-Chief. She holds a PhD in English from Stanford University. Contact Elizabeth at EWilder@uapress.arizona.edu
- Alana Enriquez, Editorial Assistant Read Bio