Apologetics & Evangelism
Ethics & Worldview
31-Day Devotionals for Life
A Theology of Lordship
Adventures in the American Revolution
American Reformed Biographies
Basics of the Faith
Best of Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology (PCRT)
Christian Answers to Hard Questions
Classics for Young Readers
Crown & Covenant Trilogy
Explorations in Biblical Theology
Faith & Freedom Trilogy
Guided Tour of Church History
Heroes & History
Light for Your Path
Living Word Bible Studies
Making Him Known
Reformed Academic Dissertations
Reformed Expository Bible Studies
Reformed Expository Commentary
Resources for Biblical Living
Resources for Changing Lives
The Binding of the Blade
The Dark Harvest Trilogy
The Gospel According to the Old Testament
The Gospel for Real Life
The Quest for Truth
The Westminster Assembly and the Reformed Faith
Frequently Asked Questions
I have a book I would like to submit to P&R. What is the process I should follow?
To submit an unsolicited manuscript, follow the instructions on our manuscript submissions page. Note that P&R does not publish: art books, descriptions of spirit encounters or visions, fictionalized Bible stories, memoirs, prophecy or “Bible code” books, poetry, romance novels.
What Reformed Expository Commentaries (REC) are coming out next?
- 2 Samuel by Richard D. Phillips (2018)
- 2 Kings by Philip Graham Ryken (2019)
Is this title available as an eBook? When will it be available?
Many of our new titles come out as eBooks at the same time that the print edition is released, or a few weeks after. Older titles are increasingly becoming available. Check the book’s webpage to see currently available formats.
What should I do if I find a typo or error in a P&R publication?
We appreciate our alert readers! If you spot a mistake in a book you read, write to email@example.com, giving the title, author, page number, and description of the error so that we can correct it in our next printing.
Does P&R publish anything besides Bible studies and commentaries? Any fiction or children’s books?
P&R publishes books in various genres, including apologetics, Christian living, counseling, women’s resources, and youth & fiction. For young children (ages 3–7) we have Sally Michael’s Making Him Known Series. For middle schoolers and teens (ages 8–16) we offer the gospel-driven Quest for Truth series, Doug Bond’s historical fiction, The Chosen Daughters series, and Starr Meade’s family devotions. Fantasy fans ages 12 and up will enjoy The Binding of the Blade series and The Dark Harvest Trilogy.
Which of your authors might I have heard of before?
We have a number of well-known authors at P&R, including:
- Counseling: Jay E. Adams, Wayne Mack, David Powlison, Paul Tripp, Ed Welch
- Theology: Edmund P. Clowney, John M. Frame, Richard B. Gaffin Jr., Vern S. Poythress, Philip Graham Ryken, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr., Cornelius Van Til, B. B. Warfield
- Women’s: Aimee Byrd, Barbara Duguid, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Kathleen Buswell Nielson, Martha Peace
- Youth: Doug Bond, Starr Meade
I am a proofreader/copyeditor. May I work with P&R?
You are welcome to send your query and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am a translator. May I work with P&R?
Unfortunately P&R does not hire translators.
I have an idea for a book, but I haven’t written any sample chapters yet. May I send a query?
You are welcome to fill out a submission form to gauge possible interest from P&R. However, P&R does not accept proposals without seeing sample chapters as well as the submission form, and an initial expression of interest does not indicate that a full proposal will be accepted later in the process.
I am a book reviewer/radio interviewer. May I request P&R titles for review?
We welcome bloggers, journal reviewers, magazine reviewers, radio interviewers, and NetGalley users. Please read about our reviewer program below for more information. To schedule an author interview contact email@example.com.
Does P&R have a reviewer program?
P&R is happy to provide electronic review copies through NetGalley. (Sign up for free at www.netgalley.com.) On NetGalley you will find digital galleys of our newest titles. After browsing through them, you can request the titles that you would like to review.
Upon our approval of your request, you will be able to read the galley on your computer or eReader for 30 days. NetGalley will help you post reviews close to and even before a book's release date.
A note to our bloggers: We love your honest feedback and appreciate your reviews for our new releases. We would be thrilled if you chose to post a review on (1) your blog and (2) Amazon.com. In return, P&R will send you an advanced copy (PDF) of the book(s) you review. Simply let us know you qualify by sending the links of your reviews to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join our reviewer list and stay up-to-date on upcoming titles, please sign up for our monthly previews at Reviewer Sign Up.
SUPER BARGAIN BOOKS
How do I order Super Bargain books?
Super Bargain books can only be ordered on our website through online checkout. Order quantities are limited to number of copies available on a first-come-first-served basis. Once stock is depleted, the title will no longer be available at Super Bargain pricing.
What are the shipping costs for Super Bargain books?
Super Bargain orders do not qualify for free shipping on orders over $49. For domestic orders, shipping will be 25% of order total with a $15 minimum shipping charge. Foreign shipments will be charged actual shipping charges. When Super Bargain books are combined with Bargain books and non-discounted books, Super Bargain shipping costs will apply.
RIGHTS & PERMISSIONS
When do I need to ask permission to use P&R materials?
Write to email@example.com if
- You are quoting 300 or more words from a single book
- You are quoting more than 20 percent of a book, booklet, or pamphlet
- You are reproducing artwork, photographs, forms, charts, tables, graphs, or other visual representations
Brief quotes, simple citations of a copyrighted title, and quotations in a church bulletin do not require formal permission from us.
Should I use a credit line when quoting from a P&R publication?
Yes. Even quotations that do not require formal written permission should include a credit line similar to the following: “Reprinted from [title] by [author], copyright [date of copyright], P&R Publishing, Phillipsburg, NJ.”
When requesting permission to quote a P&R book in another publication, what information do I need to give P&R?
Please go to our rights & permissions page for instructions on how to request formal permission.
What factors does P&R consider in granting licenses?
- The title you will be quoting from
- The content of the quotation you will be using
- The number of copies that will be made
- The period of time the quotation will be used for
- Your purpose for using the quotation
- The media the quotation will be reproduced in
Whom should I contact if I am interested in translation and overseas subsidiary rights?
If you are interested in obtaining translation and overseas subsidiary rights, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
HI-RES COVER IMAGES
Where can I find hi-res images of P&R books to include with my review?
You can download hi-res images of our book covers at: http://www.prpbooks.com/cover-images
P&R INVENTORY LISTING
Where can I download a CSV of P&R's current titles?
You can download a CSV of our current titles at: http://www.prpbooks.com/inventory-export