LCR Publishing Services
LCR Publishing Services is a full-feature paid publication program for those seeking to publish and distribute meaningful scholarly or technical work that falls outside the strict format of the academic monograph and does not require additional peer review. Offering a suite of editorial, production, and distribution services overseen by the University of Calgary Press, this program is an ideal choice for complex findings and detailed reports, time-sensitive material, handbooks and guides, and more.
LCR Publishing Services in partnership with the University of Calgary Press is proud to make books available in fully Open Access PDF versions available for free use by students, scholars, and the public around the world.
What We Publish
LCR Publishing Services publishes meaningful scholarly or technical work that falls outside the strict format of the academic monograph. Not limited by field or topic, these books represent scholarship at its cutting edge.
We do not publish general-interest books, genealogies or local histories, biographies and autobiographies, literature, or works that require additional peer review.
The Publishing Process
LCR Publishing Services welcomes queries from scholars seeking to publish meaningful scholarly or technical work that falls outside the strict format of the academic monograph, and that does not require additional peer review. Once we receive your query, our team will review your project and contact you for a discussion of the requirements of your work and pricing options.
Please direct queries to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “LCR Publishing Services” followed by the working title of your project.
With distribution parters in Canada, the US, and Europe, our books are available worldwide. Our titles can be found at independent bookstores, major retailers including Amazon and Chapters, and for direct purchase via the University of Calgary Press. Digital books are available at Kindle, Kobo, and Apple. Open Access books can be accessed and downloaded for free at the University of Calgary Press website, and at PRISM, the University of Calgary Repository