For over 25 years, Project MUSE has brought digital scholarship in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences into libraries around the world, using a business model designed to support the scholarly publishing ecosystem. We offer the highest quality peer-reviewed content from non-profit publishers to libraries at reasonable prices and return sustaining revenue to the publishers. When a library purchases books from Project MUSE, the revenue that comes into the non-profit ecosystem stays in the non-profit ecosystem.
Project MUSE’s offerings are based on ongoing market research and contact with the institutional market from around the world. The Project MUSE Books Program is designed to meet the needs of libraries by offering Collections, Single Title Sales, and Evidence Based Acquisition (EBA) options. In addition to these options for gated titles, publishers can also publish Open Access books through the Project MUSE OA Books Program.
Consult our Guidelines for Selecting Books for Project MUSE. To have your books included in Project MUSE, please complete the form Apply to Put Your Books on Project MUSE.