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For more than seven years, Worldpress.org has been providing readers with a first-hand look at the issues and debates that occupy the world’s newspapers and magazines. We are now offering them access to non-fiction and fiction related to international affairs.

Our audience includes opinion leaders, public officials, policy experts, educators, journalists, regional specialists, and well-educated generalists. If you're a publisher of good books on international affairs, our readers are likely interested in what you have to offer.

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What's involved?

As an approved publishing partner, you may post information about recent books on international relations, economics, media studies, political science, history, biography, international literature, science, geography, sociology, religious studies, or related disciplines directly to your own area of Worldpress.org using simple online administrative tools.

Publishers are free to post as much of their catalogue as they feel would be of interest to our readers. We make it simple to add abstracts, flap copy, author statements, reviews, cover images, or whatever other material partners wish to feature.

What's the catch?
There is no catch. We're offering this as a service connecting book publishers with a valuable target audience free of charge.

How do I get involved?
Submitting your application to become a member is easy. Simply click here and we'll guide you through the process.

Our goal here is to keep our readers informed of recent, significant books on topics of international concern. While we do not endorse any particular publisher's work, we do screen prospective affiliates' titles carefully for their relevance to Worldpress.org's readers. We cannot guarantee that every applicant will be approved.

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