American Booksellers Association (ABA): NetGalley supports indie booksellers! Individuals who work at ABA member stores can sign up for the Digital White Box, a free monthly email with pre-approved access to select digital galleys of upcoming print books. Booksellers can also nominate titles for the Indie Next List via NetGalley. Read more and sign up here.
Association of American University Presses (AAUP): We’re pleased to partner with the AAUP to bring NetGalley to university presses at a member benefit rate. Read more.
American Library Association (ALA): If you are a member of the ALA, you can add your member ID to your NetGalley profile, and a special designation will be visible to publishers when you request a title. Librarians who enter their ALA numbers are approved more quickly and often. Learn how.
Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA): If you are a member of ALIA, you can add your member number to your NetGalley profile, and a special designation will be visible to publishers when you request a title. Librarians who enter their ALIA numbers are approved more quickly and often. Learn how.
In recognition of our excellence in secure digital delivery, NetGalley has been awarded BIC supply chain accreditation 3 years in a row. This scheme rewards companies for their investment in automation and innovative solutions for supply chain issues, and for becoming the best in class for business efficiency, customer service, environmental concern and innovation. We’re delighted to join clients such as HarperCollins Publishers, Penguin Random House UK, and Simon & Schuster UK in recognition of our efforts.
Bookish.com is an editorial online resource designed to connect readers with books and authors. Visit www.bookish.com to learn more. Bookish.com is a division of NetGalley.
BookNet Canada/CataList: We are pleased to be partnering with BookNet Canada to bring digital galley request links to professional book buyers and reviewers via CataList, the online catalogue tool for Canadian publishers. Read more here.
For our efforts in connecting professional readers with new titles to read and recommend – using secure, digital proofs – NetGalley has been selected as the Supply Chain Innovation Award winner in the UK.
Association for Christian Retail (CBA): If you are a member of the CBA, you can add your member number to your NetGalley profile, and a special designation will be visible to publishers when you request a title. Booksellers who enter their CBA numbers are approved more quickly and often. Learn how.
Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA): Publishers who are members of the ECPA receive a member benefit rate for NetGalley. Learn more.
FlightDeck is a tool to help you more quickly prepare eBooks for sale and upload to NetGalley. FlightDeck includes a comprehensive report detailing whether your file will be accepted by major retailers and training partners and explaining everything you need to fix.
Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA): IBPA has an established NetGalley program which makes it very easy for small and self-published authors to participate, and includes marketing to our member community. You can find detailed information, answers to frequently asked questions, and more on their website or in NetGalley’s Knowledge Base.
NetGalley is also a proud sponsor and judge of the IBPA’s Benjamin Franklin Digital Awards. The Benjamin Franklin Digital Awards provide both Gold and Silver Honoree awards for exceptional digital content, and honors in innovation in electronic book publishing.
Independent Publishers Guild (IPG): If you are a member of the IPG in the UK, you can subscribe to NetGalley at a member benefit rate. Log into your member account on the IPG website to learn more about this special offer.
IPR License is a global rights and licensing trading platform, currently housing over 14 million records. Titles on the system are promoted to over 50,000 publishers in 90 countries via its regular global bulletins. Users of IPR License will be able to link directly to NetGalley title records to request a digital review copy. Read more here.
LibraryReads: Librarians can now nominate titles for the LibraryReads list via NetGalley.
Preview-a-Book, our sister company, is a free service for publishers which creates, aggregates and distributes first chapter excerpts to industry partners including NetGalley, BN.com, Baker & Taylor TitleSource, EBSCO/host, ArcaMax, Cokesbury and libraries subscribing to OCLC FirstSearch/WorldCat. When publishers opt-in to Preview-a-Book, excerpts are created, automatically delivered to NetGalley and added to book records. Read more.