Book Submission Guidelines
Polebridge Press welcomes proposals for books aligned with its mission. Polebridge’s mission is to publish:
- Up-to-date reference works for biblical scholars, primarily in support of research on the origins of Christianity and the historical Jesus
- Scholarly books produced by Westar seminars, research projects, and by individual scholars
- Books and periodicals that disseminate the results of critical scholarship on religion to the public
To submit your proposal, please fill out the form below. A Polebridge Press editorial committee will carefully review the proposal and reach a decision in approximately 3–5 weeks. Please contact Academic Director David Galston with any questions or follow-up inquiries (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Fourth R Submission Guidelines
The Fourth R welcomes submissions by scholars with an advanced degree in religion or a cognate discipline. Submissions should be written for a non-specialist audience. See a sample issue. Send hardcopy submissions to:
Robert J. Miller
1700 Moore St.
Huntington, PA 16652
Forum Submission Guidelines
Forum, a biannual journal first published in 1985, contains current research in biblical and cognate studies. The journal features articles on the historical Jesus, Christian origins, and related fields.
Send hardcopy submissions to:
PO Box 346
Farmington, Minnesota 55024
Manuscripts may also be emailed directly to the publisher.
A style guide is available from Polebridge Press. Please note that all manuscripts must be double-spaced, and accompanied by a matching electronic copy.