With the 2014 launch of our newest title, Journal of World Popular Music, edited by Simone Krüger (Liverpool John Moores University) Equinox now publishes five journals in popular music studies. To discuss a project, contact Janet Joyce.
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Each year we publish between six and eight new books in popular music. Our publications include both scholarly works and books for a more general readership, such as biographies. If you have a project that would fit one of our series, please contact the series editor in the first instance (click on series title below for details). If your project falls outside the scope of any of our series but otherwise fits our profile — for example, if it is related to the focus of one of our journals — then please contact Janet Joyce.