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Welcome to the APUS ePress site - the home of the fully electronic university press for the American Public University System.

Welcome!

 

 

The APUS ePress is an electronic academic publisher providing high quality open access, low cost, and specialty digital materials for online classroom and scholarly use. Through our partnership with the Policy Studies Organization and its Westphalia Press, the ePress works with faculty, librarians, and students to create high-quality, affordable, and innovative digital-first textbooks, monographs, and journals.

The ePress welcomes potential authors to share their proposals or ideas with our staff. For a complete publication list, visit our Course Materials, Electronic Journals, and Monographs/Books pages.

To the left, if you see a cover that you like, click on it and it will take you to that publication's information.

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Meet the ePress Staff

The APUS ePress is an electronic academic publisher providing high quality open access, low cost, and specialty digital materials for online classroom and scholarly use. Through our partnership with the Policy Studies Organization and its Westphalia Press, the ePress works with faculty, librarians, and students to create high-quality, affordable, and innovative digital-first textbooks, monographs, and journals. We enhance the academic quality and reputation of the university as well as provide a platform for faculty and student authors who seek publishing opportunities.

The ePress, while always exploring ongoing publication options, currently focuses on creating:

  • Open Access Course Materials
  • Electronic Journals
  • Monographs
  • Student Publications

The ePress welcomes feedback! Please reach out to us at APUSePress@APUS.EDU or contact our editor.

Editor: Molly Fischer

Molly Fischer is the Editor for the APUS ePress. Molly has her Masters of Library and Information Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Religious Studies from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. Prior to joining APUS, Molly worked at Louisiana State University as a Government Documents librarian, and at the U.S. Government Printing Office as a documents cataloging librarian.

How to Submit

Are you interested in publishing with the APUS ePress? To submit your manuscript or idea with us, learn more: