Year: 2022

2022 Winner of the Ernest Sandeen Prize in Poetry Announced

Vickie Vertiz is the 2022 winner of the Ernest Sandeen Prize in Poetry. Vértiz is an award-winning Mexican American poet, writer, and professor whose work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Her first poetry collection, Palm Frond with Its Throat Cut, was published in the Camino del Sol Series at The […]

Notre Dame Press Presents its Spring 2023 Catalog of Publications

The University of Notre Dame Press is proud to present its Spring 2023 catalog. This collection will engage readers across a variety of disciplines, including theology, philosophy, political science, and other areas that align with the academic strengths of the University of Notre Dame. These titles illustrate our commitment to maintaining an innovative and sustainable publishing […]

A Balancing Act

Claire Kirner is an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame, pursuing a double degree in English and Visual Communication Design. She served as a marketing and communications intern with Notre Dame Press during 2022, from early May to late August. In this blog post, she explores the various projects she completed during the summer […]

Notre Dame Press Co-Hosts First Ever Publishing Boot Camp

What’s #NextUP in publishing? On August 15–18, 2022, the University of Notre Dame Press and the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development Graduate Career Services hosted the first ever Publishing Boot Camp for graduate students in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. The intensive, four-day program was held in the Hesburgh Library and provided a rigorous program, […]

AUPresses Book, Jacket, and Journal Show Comes to Notre Dame

As part of University Press Week, the University of Notre Dame Press will host the traveling exhibition of the 2022 Association of University Presses (AUPresses) Book, Jacket, and Journal Show in the Hesburgh Library Concourse on November 14–18, 2022. The annual juried show, now in its 57th year, honors the university publishing community’s design and production professionals. The Association […]

New Year, New Internship

Victoria Dominesey is an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame, pursuing a double major in English and Film, Television, and Theatre. In this piece she discusses her early days as a marketing and sales intern at Notre Dame Press, including the excitement and trepidation she felt taking on social media campaigns, blog posts, creating […]

Behind-the-Scenes of Academic Publishing

Who is #NextUP at Notre Dame Press? In this piece, written by PhD candidate Jacob Kildoo, he describes his role as a summer intern in the acquisitions department at Notre Dame Press where he learned what goes on behind the scenes in the publishing world. Coming from an academic background, he wanted to find out what […]

Enter our Giveaway for a Chance to Win an Advance Copy of “Touch the Wounds”

This March 2023, the University of Notre Dame Press will publish Touch the Wounds: On Suffering, Trust, and Transformation by Tomáš Halík. For a limited time, we are giving away advance copies! Enter to win by filling out the form at the bottom of this post. This offer expires December 15th and is open to […]

Notre Dame Press Celebrates University Press Week, November 14–18, 2022

As University Press Week enters its second decade of celebrating excellence in university press publishing, Next UP has been chosen as the theme for this year’s event. The theme highlights the dedicated work performed by those in the university press community to seek out, engage, advance, and promote the latest scholarship, ideas, best practices, and technology. University presses are […]

Mark Brazaitis on Mental Illness and Healing

In The Incurables, winner of the Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, Mark Brazaitis evokes with sympathy, insight, and humor the lives of characters in a small Ohio town. The ten short stories in this collection limn the mental landscape of people facing conditions they believe are insolvable, from the oppressive horrors of mental illness to […]