Manuscript Submission – Requirements for Authors

There is no minimum length of the books we accept for publishing; maximum – up to 350 pages (if longer book is desired – please explain/ justify). Please submit the book proposal, which would include the reasons of your writing, the audience (who will benefit from reading it), the “competitors” (similar books, if any), and the synopsis of the chapters you plan to have. Of course, you should include a short bio and a preliminary timeline re: when your manuscript will be finalized.

We also require a sample of your writing (total of 3 chapters of your choice), which could include the intro chapter and/or the foreword. Submissions can be done electronically – as a Word document attachment (in .doc or .doxc.)

Examination & Desk Copies

ORI Academic Press is pleased to provide both examination and desk copies of its titles to academics teaching relevant courses.

How to request an examination copy

Examination copies of books published by ORI Academic Press can be issued, upon request, to qualified instructors considering texts for course adoption. Examination copy requests must include the book’s ISBN and title, the instructor’s name and mailing address, the educational institution where the course will be offered, the course code and/or title, the estimated enrollment, course start date, and name of bookstore where the order will be placed (if the text is chosen).

Most books are delivered within 5 to 15 business days.

How to request a desk copy

Once a text has been adopted for course use, a desk copy can be issued, upon request, to the instructor.

Desk copy requests must include the book’s ISBN and title, the instructor’s name and mailing address, the course code and/or title, the estimated enrollment, course start date, and name of bookstore where the order has been placed.

Most books are delivered within 5 to 15 business days.

All requests can be emailed to: ORIPressEditor@gmail.com or faxed to: 718-785-3270.

Useful links

Harvard Guide to Using Sources

Copyright overview (NOLO), incl. permissions, fair use, releases, public domain use:
http://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/

ORI Website:
www.orinyc.org

ObjectRelations2009 You Tube Channel – Object Relations View Video-series:
http://www.youtube.com/user/ObjectRelations2009/videos

Academic and educational permissions:
http://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/academic-and-educational-permissions/

Help with pronunciation:
http://www.repeatafterus.com/link.php