Foreign Rights and Translations

Welcome to the Guilford Press Foreign Rights and Translations page. If you are interested in acquiring translation rights to a Guilford title, this page is designed to provide the information you need. Below you can find links to our most recent rights lists, book fairs, and featured new publications. Visit our catalog page for our most recent catalogs.

For more information or to inquire about specific books, contact us.

Please note that Guilford licenses translation to publishers only. Individuals with an interest in translating a Guilford work should contact a local publisher who might be interested.

If you have questions about permissions, please go to our permissions information page.

Rights Lists

Spring 2022

Rights List

Guilford Press Spring 2022 Foreign Rights List

Past Rights Lists

Queries and Appointments

Throughout these unprecedented times, Guilford has continued to work with publishers around the world who are interested in acquiring the translation rights for our titles. We are happy to answer any questions by email, and we are also available to schedule virtual meetings online.

Finding Information on Guilford Titles

Guilford's comprehensive search engine (located in the top right corner of this page) makes it easy to look for specific authors, titles, catalog numbers, ISBNs, or keywords, or you can follow the subject area links on the left to find titles in Guilford's main fields.

You may also subscribe to our free e-alerts to receive advance notice of new titles in selected subject areas. You will receive periodic e-mails prior to print announcements that include a complete description of new titles, contributors, tables of contents, reviews, and suggested classroom use.

In addition, we are happy to recommend titles or send publishers reading copies upon request. Please take a look at the following featured new publications:



If Only…: Finding Freedom from Regret

Robert L. Leahy
246 pages
July 1, 2022

From renowned psychologist Robert Leahy, this highly practical guide shows how the tenets of cognitive-behavioral therapy can help decrease instances of damaging regret and increase productive use of regret. Completely avoiding regret is not only unrealistic but also unconstructive; appropriate, proportionate, thoughtful regret is an essential learning tool that fuels growth. Dr. Leahy demonstrates how regret can be a powerful tool, which can provide clarity and self-knowledge that may lead to confidence and change.

For Agents

We work with a number of agencies around the world and welcome inquiries from new ones.

Contact Information

Kathy Kuehl
Email: kathy.kuehl@guilford.com

David Mitchell
Email: david.mitchell@guilford.com

Angela Whalen
Email: angela.whalen@guilford.com

For general inquiries about translations contact rights@guilford.com.