For more than sixty years, the Oregon State University Press has played a vital role in our region’s literary life, publishing books that focus on the history, cultures, and landscapes of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Our mission distinguishes us from commercial publishing houses and ensures that works of scholarly and creative merit—especially those with an enduring regional interest—are published.
Tax-deductible gifts to the OSU Press Distinguished Book Fund from generous individuals and foundations enable us to
• Publish exceptional works
• Expand our list of books by underrepresented writers
• Reach broader communities throughout Oregon and beyond
Special endowed funds at OSU Press have made possible noteworthy books on environmental issues and support an annual internship for OSU students interested in careers in scholarly book publishing.
To find out how you can help support OSU Press and to learn more about special funding opportunities, please contact:
Tom Booth, Director