Desk Copies for Educators

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If a Harvard University Press title is adopted as a text for a specific course and an order has been placed with your college bookstore for a minimum of 10 copies, we will, upon request, include one “desk copy” at no additional charge.

To request a desk copy, write to us on departmental letterhead and include the following information:

  • Name of college bookstore
  • Course title
  • Number of copies ordered
  • Address to which the desk copy should be sent
  • Your complete contact information

Please send your request to our distribution center, Triliteral, LLC, by mail, fax, or email:

Triliteral, LLC
100 Maple Ridge Drive
Cumberland, RI 02864, USA
Fax: (800) 406-9145
Email:

Note: If you are a journalist, please see our information on review copies for the media.

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