Snowy Owl Books

Snowy Owl Books is an imprint of the University of Alaska Press publishing children’s books, guide books, fiction, and poetry. Snowy Owl books are accessible and general audience books on Alaska and the polar regions of the world that invite all to explore and learn about the people and animals of the North.

All proposals for the this imprint should follow the press submission guidelines, and submission will be evaluated by the press acquisitions staff, editorial board, and outside experts.

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A Place of Belonging

Five Founding Women of Fairbanks, Alaska

Alaska Codfish Chronicle

A History of the Pacific Cod Fishery in Alaska

Alaska Herring History

The Story of Alaska's Herring Fisheries and Industry

Alaska on the Go

Exploring the 49th State with Children

Alaska on the Go

Exploring the Marine Highway With Children

Alaska's Greatest Outdoor Legends

Colorful Characters Who Built the Fishing and Hunting Industries

Among Wolves

Gordon Haber's Insights into Alaska's Most Misunderstood Animal

Attu Boy

A Young Alaskan's WWII Memoir

Bear Man of Admiralty Island

A Biography of Allen E. Hasselborg

Bear Wrangler

Memoirs of an Alaska Pioneer Biologist

Breaking Ice for Arctic Oil

The Epic Voyage of the SS Manhattan Through the Northwest Passage

Building Fires in the Snow

A Collection of Alaska LGBTQ Short Fiction and Poetry

Cabin Stories

The Best of Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska

Cold Flashes

Literary Snapshots of Alaska

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