Yale University Press

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Yale University Press is a university publisher based in New Haven , Connecticut , in the United States . It was founded in 1908 by George Parmly Day and has been an official part of Yale University since 1961 , but remains financially and operationally independent.

The publisher's books have won numerous awards, including five National Book Awards , two National Book Critics Circle Awards, and eight Pulitzer Prizes . Today the publisher publishes around 200 bound books and 100 paperbacks each year and has around 3,000 books in print.

Yale University Press has held the Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition annually since 1919 , which has honored many poets known today. Previous winners include James Agee , John Ashbery , WS Merwin and Adrienne Rich .

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  1. Donatich Appointed New Director of Yale University Press. Retrieved January 10, 2019 .