Material

  • Academic (Thesis / Dissertation)
  • Journals
  • Educational Products
  • Digital Products
  • Fiction prose
  • Non-Fiction prose

Individual Orders

Cambridge Ivy Press titles are available at your local bookstore and through online merchants. You will find full book descriptions and bibliographic information on our site. Dates of publication, prices, and manufacturing specifications are subject to change without notice.

Bulk Orders

Cambridge Ivy Press titles are available at quantity discounts with bulk purchase for educational, business, organizational, or sales promotion use. For information, please contact us at  inquiry@cambridgeivypress.com

U.S. Trade Orders

Send written retail orders and payments to:

Sales Manager,
Cambridge Ivy Press
P.O. Box 380142
Cambridge, MA. 02238-0142

Make checks payable to: Cambridge Ivy Press, LLC.
Wholesalers, catalogers, gift and non-bookstore trade customers, contact us directly for discounts. Shipping will be billed actual UPS or Book Rate postage.

Permissions:
All permission requests to reproduce images and text from Cambridge Ivy Press publications must be submitted via mail/e-mail; specifying the book title, author, pages to be reproduced and for what purpose. Please include a retail cost of reproduced materials if applicable.

Rights:
All inquiries pertaining to subsidiary rights and co-edition sales for Cambridge Ivy Press, LLC’s titles must be submitted via mail/e-mail specifying the book title, author, language of interest (if applicable) estimated first print run, and estimated retail price.

Contacting an Author:
Please use the authors’ websites for correspondence directly with them or send your mail to:

Author’s Name
c/o Cambridge Ivy Press
P.O. Box 380142
Cambridge, MA. 02238-0142

Desk Copies & Examination Requests

Cambridge Ivy Press is pleased to send gratis examination copies of its books to qualified instructors of appropriate courses. All requests are subject to approval. There is a limit of three titles per request.
Please submit your request on your departmental or institutional letterhead with the following information:

  • Book title
  • ISBN
  • Name of course
  • Projected enrollment
  • Start date

Also include your:

  • Departmental/institutional email address
  • Office and/or home telephone number

Please notify us if you plan to use one or more of our titles in your course. We welcome your comments regarding the suitability of the title you have requested for possible adoption.

Direct examination copy requests, notification of adoption, and comments to:

Cambridge Ivy Press
Marketing Manager
P.O. Box 380142
Cambridge, MA. 02238-0142

Grad Student Dissertation Publishing

In addition to publishing cutting-edge books, we also offer our services to graduate students looking for a low-cost way to publish their dissertations. We do this because we understand the needs of graduate students and offer deals that we wish had been available to us when we needed to publish our works. As a result, we are the publisher that others are striving to emulate because we offer the most author-friendly publishing service in America with the highest author royalties of anyone. When you become part of the exclusive Cambridge Ivy Press Graduate Student family, here are a few things you can expect:
Beautiful custom cover designs created specifically for your book — designed by Award-Winning graphic design company Veritas Multimedia LLC 

Full rights protection by the US Copyright Office; registered ISBN, and author copyright also provided.

If you choose, your work will be set up for world-wide distribution and you will be assigned a marketing representative who will market your work to the professional, academic and library communities.  Our services can include sending press releases to national and regional media, making your work available at major book expos, arranging signing requests, and monitoring availability of your work at all times – essentially the same marketing that we do for our usual titles.

Your work will be produced in paper format, with the option of audio book format and e-book format. Audio books are an $800 million/year business (and growing) and now constitute 10-15% of overall book sales in America. E-books are also quickly gaining popularity as technology now allows you to read books on your PDA, cell phone, computer or a stand-alone e-book reader.

Royalties.  Unlike other dissertation services which simply give you a few free copies and take all your rights forever, grad students can get royalties from direct sales while also benefiting from a 50 percent discount on their own personal book purchases—unbeatable in the industry!

Your work will appear in Cambridge Ivy Press’ Online Catalog (coming soon).

To learn more about royalties, author investments, production services and timelines, you can request more information to be e-mailed to you.

Royalty Information for foreign authors:

United States Tax Law requires Cambridge Ivy Press to withhold thirty percent of any payment to foreign individuals. Foreign individuals who live in countries that have a tax treaty with the United States can apply for an exemption from this requirement. To do so you must fill out and sign a W-8BEN, formally known as a Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding. You are also required to complete the Foreign National Information Form (FNIF). These documents should be mailed to:

Cambridge Ivy Press
Royalties Department
P.O. Box 380142
Cambridge, MA. 02238-0142

Your Tax Identification Number from your own country is not acceptable for claiming exemption from withholding from your U.S. Royalty Income.

If you are claiming benefits under an income tax treaty, the W-8BEN requires you to provide a U.S. taxpayer identification number (see instructions for Part I, Line 6. of the W-8BEN). A U.S. taxpayer identification number is a Social Security Number (SSN) or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
If you do not have a SSN and are eligible to get one (see eligibility requirements), you may apply on Form SS-5, Application for a Social Security Card. If you apply for the SSN please call 1-800-772-1213 for instructions on where to mail the completed form.
If you do not have a SSN and are not eligible to get one, you should apply for an ITIN using Form W-7, Application for IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number. Upon Completion, the W-7 should be mailed to the Internal Revenue Service at the following address:

Internal Revenue Service
ITIN Operation
P.O. Box 149342
Austin, TX 78714-9342