NA Publishing, Inc. specializes in:

  • creating digital collections for humanities and social science research

  • providing comprehensive serials archive solutions

  • conversion and digitization services

  • offering services to replicate compromised microform collections

  • supporting open access special collections through sister company Reveal Digital


NA Publishing

DIGITAL COLLECTIONS FOR HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH

Music Magazine Archive (MMA) is a closed series of digital collections focused on music genres of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Through the lens of music and music journalism, MMA draws together primary sources that illuminate the social and historical context of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, supporting research in areas such as popular culture, history, material culture, gender studies, media studies, and more.

Publishers Weekly Archive: Continuously published since 1872, Publishers Weekly has been the authoritative source for publishing news and reviews. Librarians, researchers and students will now be able to search the full run of print issues, with more recent issues added on an annual basis.

Reveal Digital

Our unique library crowd-funding model uses library acquisition dollars to fund the development of digital collections. Working closely with content holders, we help define and scope the collection, determine the cost base for producing the collection, provide data conversion and hosting services, and manage the entire process. 

  • CIVIL SOCIETY IN 20TH CENTURY AMERICA
  • NEWSPAPERS FROM THE RISE AND FALL OF THE KU KLUX KLAN IN THE 1920s
  • INDEPENDENT VOICES