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Wayne State University Press is a distinctive urban publisher committed to supporting its parent institution’s core research, teaching, and service mission by generating high-quality scholarly and general interest works of global importance. Through its publishing program, the Press disseminates research, advances education, and serves the local community while expanding the international reputation of the Press and the University.
WSU Press publishes in a variety of subject areas including African American Studies, Jewish Studies, Film and Media Studies, Great Lakes History, Detroit Arts and Culture, Fairy-Tale Studies, and literature by Michigan authors.
Explore our regional interest and scholarly series here: https://www.wsupress.wayne.edu/books/series-and-imprints.
Some recent releases include:
That They Lived: African Americans Who Changed the World by Rochelle Riley and Cristi Smith-Jones
When Lions Were Kings: The Detroit Lions and the Fabulous Fifties by Richard Bak
Getting to the Heart of the Matter: My 36 Years in the Senate (Memoir) by Carl Levin
Scratching the Surface: Adventures in Storytelling (Memoir) by Harvey Ovshinsky
How Other People Make Love (Stories) by Thisbe Nissen
When the Heart Needs a Stunt Double (Poems) by Diane DeCillis