If you are interested in reviewing our books, we have several options:
- If you represent a major media outlet or are a blogger, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you manage a user group, please contact us at email@example.com.
- If you represent a conference and are looking for sponsors, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: We do not usually provide review copies of books in our beta book program. For more information on our beta book program, visit Beta book program
Review policy for Professors/Academic folks
We are happy to provide ebook copies of our titles to qualified academic folks. To enquire, please send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
- Name, University/College, physical mailing address
- Email from your university/college email account
- Title(s) of interest
- Course Name, Number and expected enrollment
- Course url or your own University webpage url
Cover images and logos
Visit pragprog.com/Covers for a gallery of our book covers.
Titles, ISBN numbers, etc.
Have a look at the book’s catalog page on our web site. For an index of all titles, visit http://pragprog.com/titles
All of the Pragmatic Bookshelf publication citations are available as a Bibliography.bib file in BibTeX format.
Our books are published by The Pragmatic Programmers, LLC, under the The Pragmatic Bookshelf imprint.
You can buy paperbooks, PDF, epub and mobi format ebooks directly from our website; we ship to most countries worldwide.
You can also buy paperbooks from your favorite retail bookstores. Our books are distributed to the retail channel world-wide by O’Reilly and Associates and stocked by Ingram.
About Agile Publishing
Our loyal fans around the world who know they can count on us to
deliver the goods: books that cut through the “party line” and deliver
real value. We’re not beholden to a large conglomerate or staid
publishing industry practices. We publish books on topics that we would want to read.
Folks have called what we’re doing “Agile Publishing,” and that’s part
of our motivation. We can respond to our readers faster and with
better quality than we could under more traditional arrangements.