Abilene Christian University Press

Abilene Christian University Press
Parent company Abilene Christian University
Founded 1984
Founder J.D. Thomas
Headquarters location Abilene, Texas
Key people C. Leonard Allen
Publication types Books
Imprints Leafwood Publishers
Official website .com.acupressbookswww

Abilene Christian University Press, also known as ACU Press, is an Abilene, Texas-based university press that is connected with Abilene Christian University and is one of only seven university press affiliated with a faith-based institution.[1] Since being formed it has released or acquired 456 titles and as of 2013 the press releases, on average, thirty-six titles per year. The press is a member of the Association of American University Presses. The press publishes works in the areas of "Christianity and Literature; Faith-Based Higher Education; History and Theology of the Stone-Campbell Movement; Texas History and Culture."[2] Leafwood Publishers is an imprint of ACU Press.

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References

  1. ^ "ACU Press, Leafwood Navigating Book Publishing Tides". ACU Today. Retrieved 20 June 2013. 
  2. ^ Directory 2013. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 2013. p. 21. ISBN . 

External links

  • Abilene Christian University Press
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