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Wonder what it’s like to publish a book?

Read what previous authors are saying about us – and what you can expect.

Publish your next book with us

Making the move to publishing a book is an ideal way to extend the discoverability of your work. It’s also a great way to build your reputation and advance in your career.

Today, there are more options for publishing a book than ever. If you’re wondering where to start, we’ll take you through the process.

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Professor Andrea Büttner

Andrea Buettner © Springer Nature 2020Book cover: Springer Handbook of OdorExecutive Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging, Germany

"It was a great experience to work with the team from Springer who shared my enthusiasm for this endeavour. The publication process was smooth, I was supported by the editorial staff throughout the proposal, contracting and production stages with the highest competence. The team from Springer worked hard for our joint success. And this is clearly visible: The Springer Handbook of Odor, which has now reached +200k downloads after 3 years of publication!”

Professor Huan Pang

Huan Pang © Springer Nature 2020Book cover: One-dimensional Transition Metal Oxides and Their Analogues for BatteriesAffiliated with College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Yangzhou University, China

"This is the first time for me to write an English book in my academic career. The editorial team at Springer gave me a lot of encouragement and help to finish this work. For instance, when I had a problem about permission requests or manuscript preparation, I received a prompt response from them with detailed guidelines. I will cooperate with Springer next time.”

Book: One Dimensional Transition Meal Oxides and Their Analogues for Batteries

Professor Amanda Garner

Amanda L. Garner © Springer Nature 2020Book cover: RNA TherapeuticsAffiliated with College of Pharmacy, University of Michigan, United States of America

"The process of publishing with Springer was straightforward and professional, from the initial stage of obtaining feedback on chapters to keeping the chapter assembly on track to the proofing and final publication. I would highly recommend working with Springer.”

Book: RNA Therapeutics (and is also a Series editor of Topics in Medicinal Chemistry)

Professor Yukihiro Ozaki

Yukihiro Ozaki © Springer Nature 2020Book cover: Frontiers of Quantum ChemistryAffiliated with Kwansei Gakuin University and TOYOTA Physical & Chemical Research Institute, Japan

"Thus far, I have published two books with Springer, and the third one is now under preparation. I always have a wonderful experience in collaborating with Springer people. My intensive impression is that Springer creates a book, one book by one book politely. I am also happy to learn that Springer keeps traditional academism. They respect basic science. Therefore, an interaction with Springer is always comfortable from the start of a book project to the final product. Submission of a manuscript to Springer is easy, they neatly and kindly check the manuscript and the proofing process is also very smooth. I really enjoy working with Springer”

Books: Far- and Deep-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy and Frontiers of Quantum Chemistry

Did you know publishing a book can...?

  • Connect

    Connect you with your research community

    Publishing a book will allow you to connect with other professionals and scholars from the same community, opening up the potential for future collaboration and providing new opportunities in the field.

  • Accelerate

    Accelerate your career

    You’ve worked incredibly hard and are an expert in your field. Publishing a book is a powerful tool in expanding your authority and advancing your career.

  • Build

    Build your reputation and cement your legacy

    Your book will never go “out of print” you will leave a permanent mark of your life and work.