About Prospect Press

Prospect Press is a new Higher Education publishing company serving the Information Systems and Computer Science disciplines. Prospect Press is a digital-first publisher, selling eTextbooks directly to students via Red Shelf and Vital Source, and printed paperbacks directly to students through Red Shelf, CreateSpace, and Amazon Europe. Founded in December 2014 by Beth Lang Golub, the company is located in Burlington, Vermont and distributes worldwide.

President & Editor, Beth Lang Golub

Beth founded Prospect Press after a thirty-year career in corporate Higher Education Publishing including eight years in marketing & sales and over two decades in editorial at Wiley. Beth built and managed successful lists in Information Systems, Computer Science, and Decision Sciences, signing and publishing worldwide bestsellers across these disciplines.

At Prospect Press, Beth oversees product development, production, and sales and marketing.  Beth employs experienced freelancers and professional services as required to maintain high quality standards.

eTextbooks & Paperback Formats

Prospect Press titles are available as eTextbooks from Red Shelf and Vital Source.  Titles are also available as paperbacks from Red Shelf, CreateSpace, and Amazon Europe. Red Shelf and VitalSource eTextbooks differ with regard to downloads, duration of online access, and return policies.  See more information on the ORDERING page or click on the links below:

Red Shelf:  http://redshelf.com — eTextbooks and paperbacks

Vital Source: http://bookshelf.vitalsource.com/ — eTextbooks only

CreateSpace: https://www.createspace.com/ — paperbacks only

Amazon Europe — paperbacks only


Prospect Press exhibits at AMCIS, ICIS, and other conferences.  We market through social networking and participation in the academic community.  To receive updates on projects and events, subscribe HERE or LIKE on us Facebook (at Prospect Press Vermont.)

Editorial Board

Prospect Press is honored to have the following distinguished Information Systems faculty on its editorial board: