NATS Books Program
The National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) is proud to offer the NATS Books Program, a copublishing agreement between NATS and Rowman & Littlefield.
Established in 2022, the copublishing program was designed to develop new books for singers, students of singing, and singing teachers. It combines the leading expertise and authority of NATS in the professional field with a commercial publisher established in singing voice studies that also offers a global marketing and distribution network. The NATS/R&L copublishing arrangement evolved out of the So You Want to Sing series, a complete 20-volume series published by R&L and produced under the direction of NATS.
The NATS Books Program editorial board is a group of experienced scholars and researchers representing a variety of disciplines and experiences. These individuals steer the direction of the partnership, establish a vision, and develop forthcoming titles.
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- Practical Vocal Acoustics: Pedagogic Applications for Teachers and Singers by Kenneth Bozeman (2022)
- The Practitioner’s Guide to Voice and Trauma edited by Emily Jaworski Koriath (2023)
- Functional Unity of the Singing Voice, Second Edition Expanded by Barbara Doscher, with a new introduction by John Nix (2023)
- The Singing Book, 4th Edition by Cynthia Vaughn and Meribeth Dayme, edited by Matthew Hoch (2023)
- The Art of Vocology: Science-Informed Voice Training for Singers by Lynn Helding (2025)
Visit the publisher’s website to view published books in the series.