About University Press Audiobooks
University Press Audiobooks is published by award-winning Redwood Audiobooks, a leading publisher of quality nonfiction audiobooks since 1990.
University Press Audiobooks debuted in 1995 with the mission to publish academic audiobooks. Among the famous authors whose works have been published by University Press Audiobooks on cassette and CD are Carl Sagan, Stephen Jay Gould, Steven Pinker, Jared Diamond, Richard Feynman, Stephen Hawking, Noam Chomsky, E. O. Wilson, Patricia Churchland, Paul Churchland, Hilary Putnam, Daniel Dennett, Umberto Eco, Michel Foucault, John McPhee, and many others. For its work, University Press Audiobooks received the Publisher Weekly award for “Best Continuing Audiobook Series.”
Now available on audio download, University Press Audiobooks presents hundreds of new titles, representing the best of the university presses and featuring distinguished authors and award-winning narrators.
In addition, University Press Audiobooks presents dozens of informative introductory texts on a range of subjects. The books are published by Chelsea House Publishers, a leading educational publisher, and are available in most libraries. They offer essential information for the interested listener, written in an engaging style.
About Redwood Audiobooks
Redwood Audiobooks is owned and operated by Margy and Lawrence Bauman. Margy Bauman is President and Chief Operating Officer, Lawrence Bauman is Publisher.
Since 1990, Redwood Audiobooks has been publishing quality nonfiction audiobooks under a number of imprints, including Audio Scholar, Listen to Genius! and University Press Audiobooks. Redwood Audiobooks also co-published Wiley Audio, McGraw-Hill Audio, HealthText Audiobooks, and Field & Stream Audiobooks.
Redwood Audiobooks has received several prestigious awards from Publishers Weekly: