East-West Export Books

East-West Export Books (EWEB) ​provides sales representation for scholarly and technical presses. A nonprofit program, EWEB’s purpose is to enhance the flow of scholarly and technical books throughout Asia and the Pacific, including Australia and New Zealand. For over 50 years, EWEB has prided itself on being a service organization to both its customers and to the distinguished presses that it represents. EWEB visits booksellers, wholesalers, and institutions in the territory to present our member Presses’ titles to both the trade and library market. Customers are sent member Presses’ print and digital catalog seasonally. EWEB produces digital combined subject catalogs as well as subject data to all customers. EWEB works with customers in the region to exhibit member Presses’ titles at academic conferences and exhibits throughout the territory. The program offers excellent one-on-one account management including credit, collection, and payments. EWEB has cultivated and maintained personal relationships with our customers in Asia and the Pacific. EWEB services are available to any scholarly press.

Royden Muranaka, EWEB Manager

Kiera Nishimoto, EWEB Office Manager


EWEB SEASONAL BOOK LISTS

2016 Subject Catalogs

(Click Subject to Download PDF)

Fall 2016 Titles by Subject (Download Excel ZIP)

Spring 2017 Titles by Subject (Download Excel ZIP)

 


EWEB TRAVEL SCHEDULE

February – Japan (Tokyo, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka), Korea (Seoul)
March – China (Beijing, Shanghai), Taiwan (Taipei), Hong Kong
May – BookExpo America
June – AAUP Meeting
September – Australia (Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Sydney)
October – New Zealand (Auckland, Wellington)


PARTICIPATING PRESSES:

University of Alabama Press, 0-8173
University of Arizona Press, 0-8165
Athabasca University Press 1-77199
University of British Columbia Press, 0-7748
Central European University Press, 615-5225
Equinox Press 1-7817
University Press of Florida, 0-8130
Frontpage Publications 93-81043
Gallaudet University Press, 1-56368
University of Hawai`i Press, 0-8248
University of Iowa Press, 0-87745
University Press of Kansas, 0-7006
Kent State University Press, 0-87338
University Press of Kentucky, 0-8131
Louisiana State University Press, 0-8071
University of Massachusetts Press, 0-87023
McGill-Queen’s University Press, 0-7735
Michigan State University Press, 1-61186
University of Missouri Press, 0-8262
University of Nevada Press, 0-8752
Museum of New Mexico Press, 0-89013
University Press of New England, 0-8195/0-87451
University of New Mexico Press, 0-8263
Northeastern University Press, 0-930350/1-55553
Northwestern University Press, 0-8101
University of Notre Dame Press, 0-268
University of Oklahoma Press, 0-8061
University of Pittsburgh Press, 0-8229
University of South Carolina Press, 0-87249
Syracuse University Press, 0-8156
Temple University Press, 1-56639
University of Tennessee Press, 1-57233
Texas A&M University Press, 0-87565/0-87074/0-89096/0-89263
Texas Tech University Press, 0-89672
United States Institute for Peace Press, 1-601270
University of Utah Press, 0-87480
Vanderbilt University Press, 0-8265
University Press of Virginia, 0-8139
Wayne State University Press, 0-8143
University of Wisconsin Press, 0-299


BOOKSELLER RETURN POLICY

Effective July 1, 2017

Booksellers must request permission to return books, tapes, maps, etc. in writing via mail, fax, or email. Upon approval, a written return authorization from the University of Hawai‘i Press (UH Press) will be sent to the Bookseller.

Returns are accepted only for items ordered directly from UH Press, and must be in clean and re-saleable condition. Out-of-print titles and books that are no longer distributed by UH Press are not eligible for return.

Bookseller’s return request must include the following information:

  • Correct invoice number(s) or invoice copy
  • Return reference number

 

Please include a copy of the return authorization with your returns. Books must be packaged properly to prevent damage while in-transit. No credit will be given for books with price-stickers, water damage, marks, or other shelf-worn damage.

Booksellers must report shortages or damaged books within 30 days (domestic) or 90 days (international) to receive full credit. When reporting a shortage, please indicate the number of copies shorted; replacement copies will be shipped. Reports received after 30 days (domestic) or 90 days (international) may be subject to a late processing fee equal to 30% of the publisher’s retail value.

Questions about shipments and returns may be addressed to Customer Service, open 8:00am-4:30pm Monday-Friday (Hawai’i Standard Time). Call 1-888-UH-PRESS (847-7377) or send an email.