Palgrave Macmillan offers a leading and extensive range of books in Shakespeare studies directed towards the A-Level, undergraduate, postgraduate and academic research level markets. The original publishers of Bradley's Shakespearean Tragedy and Bartlett's A Complete Concordance to Shakespeare, our current prestigious list of authors includes such distinguished scholars and critics as Catherine Belsey, Kiernan Ryan, Richard Burt, Robert Shaughnessy and Stephen Orgel. Many of our titles are also directed towards new areas of enquiry which have been hitherto uncharted.
Palgrave Macmillan boasts some of the most popular Literature series around, which all include innovative textbooks on a wide range of topics relating to Shakespeare. Amongst the best known are our extremely popular Casebooks and New Casebooks Series used on courses worldwide, as well as the Macmillan Master Guides, Brodies Notes and Analysing Texts series. We have also collaborated on many occasions with the Open University to produce textbooks of the highest quality. The best of new research on Shakespeare is published in the new monograph series, Palgrave Shakespeare Studies.
The Shakespeare First Folios: A Descriptive Catalogue by Eric Rasmussen and Anthony James West has won the playshakespeare Falstaff Award for Best Book, Publication or Recording.