The U of A Press offers the following services through a partnership with the University of Chicago Press:
- Warehousing and receiving
- Order entry and customer service
- Picking, packing, billing, and shipping
- Title Management
- Eloquence data feeds to customers
- Special services
- Credit and collection
- Inventory management
- Electronic order processing (EDI, Pubnet, and Easylink)
- 800 number for orders
- Web shopping cart
- Order consolidation across distributed clients
If you are a publisher interested in becoming a UA Press distribution client, please contact Sam Ridge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our current distribution partners:
Arkansas Law | Books
The University of Arkansas School of Law was ranked second in the U.S. in National Jurist magazine’s Top 20 Values in legal education and among U.S. News and World Report‘s top 33 public law schools. Located in the heart of the beautiful University of Arkansas campus, the law school offers challenging courses taught by nationally recognized faculty, unique service opportunities, and a close-knit community that puts law students first.
Brian Walter Productions | DVD
Brian Walter Productions seeks out the sights, sounds, and life sentences of some other place – the right ‘lost places in the heart’ – where wanderers can just stay more.
The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies | Books
The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, a department of the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS), was created in 1997 through an endowment by the late Richard C. Butler Sr. for the purpose of promoting a greater understanding and appreciation of Arkansas history, literature, art, and culture.
Cloudland Publishing | Books
Tim Ernst is Arkansas’ Wilderness Photographer. He has been hiking, driving and crawling around the wonderful Ozark Mountains for most of his life, preserving the images he sees on film for everyone to enjoy. His photographs have appeared in hundreds of national, regional and local publications.
Moon City Press | Books
With series lists in Arts and Letters and Ozarks History and Culture, Moon City Press is a non-profit press that owes much to the energy and dedication of students and faculty at several universities in the Ozarks, including our home base in the English Department at Missouri State University
Ozark Society Foundation | Books
The Ozark Society, Inc., was founded in 1962 by Dr. Neil Compton of Bentonville, an Ozark native, and a group of associates for the immediate purpose of saving the Buffalo River from dams proposed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Shiloh Museum | Books
Telling the stories of the real shapers of Ozark history – the everyday folks who lived in our towns and rural communities – the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale offers something for everyone: changing exhibits, seven historic buildings to explore on the museum’s historic shaded grounds, a broad range of programs and events, a research library including over half a million photographs, climate-controlled facilities for preserving regional history, a store featuring Ozark books, crafts, and gifts, and an online presence including a website, blog, social media, and more than 100 podcasts.
UpSet Press | Books
UpSet Press is an independent press based in Brooklyn. The original impetus of the press was to upset the status quo through literature. The press has expanded its mission to promote new work by new authors; the first works, or complete works, of established authors, including restoring to print new editions of important texts; and first time translations of works into English. Overall, the Press endeavors to advance authors’ innovative visions and bodies of work that engender new directions in literature.