Nevada Presses

Nevada Writer’s Resource List

Black Rock Press
Black Rock Press publishes finely printed letterpress limited edition books and broadsides, along with trade books of contemporary literature under the Rainshadow Editions imprint, and books dealing with subjects of local and regional interest.The Black Rock Press
University Library/322, University of Nevada
Reno, NV 89557-004
775.784.6500 ext. 317


Huntington Press
Huntington Press is also a long-established publisher of Las Vegas-related information for gamblers, Las Vegas visitors and locals, readers, and the media. We’re best known for our mathematically rigorous gambling books, such as The Theory of Blackjack, The Frugal Gambler, Frugal Video Poker, Knock-Out Blackjack, Kill Phil, and Kill Everyone. We’re almost as well-known for our books on Las Vegas, such as Whale Hunt in the Desert, Gay Vegas, The Battle for Las Vegas, Beneath the Neon, Cult Vegas, and Hiking Las Vegas.

Huntington Press
3665 Procyon St

Las Vegas, NV

Phone: 702.252.0655


The University of Nevada Press publishes high-quality, deserving works that advance scholarly research, contribute to the understanding and appreciation of regional history and culture, and reach a wide range of academic and general readers.

 

The University of Nevada Press is a public service division of the University and Community College System of Nevada. It publishes books in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences that deal with the history, literature, natural history and resources, environment, economy, politics, anthropology, ethnic groups and cultures of Nevada and the West; the Basque people of Europe and the Americas; Native Americans; gambling and commercial gaming; and contemporary affairs.

In addition to books of general and scholarly interest, the Press publishes seven distinguished series of books: the Basque Series; the Environmental Arts and Humanities Series; the Gambling Studies Series; the Natural History Series; the Vintage West Reprint Series; the Wilbur S. Shepperson Series in History and the Humanities; the Western Literature Series. The Press also publishes original fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction; photography books on regional topics; and books on regional themes for a general audience.

University of Nevada Press
MS 166, Reno, NV 89557-0076
775.784.6573