COVID-19 Update: During this unusual time, we want to keep you up-to-date on changes here at Caslon. We continue to do our very best to provide for our customers. Read More

  • Because some of our staff members are working remotely, there is a slight delay on shipping of print books. However, each of our titles is available as an electronic text; we encourage customers who need quick access to our textbooks to consider purchasing an electronic format.
  • College bookstores wanting to place orders should contact our distributor at 800-565-9523 or [email protected].
  • School districts should email purchase orders to [email protected] rather than faxing.
  • We invite teachers, teacher leaders, specialists, supervisors, and administrators to join us on the Caslon Community discussion board in conversations about professional learning, multilingual learners, and teacher leadership.
  • For help with any technological difficulties, order questions, quotes, or other concerns, please contact us.

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About Caslon


Caslon Publishing is an independent publisher located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We publish texts for professional educators that address contemporary challenges across a wide range of contexts in language and literacy education, and our work actively promotes multilingualism and intercultural communication.


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Our publications make the latest academic research accessible and practicable to teachers, administrators, and policymakers so that these professionals are equipped to meet the language and literacy needs of their students, communities, and societies. We are passionate about the subjects in which we publish and about the books that we make.

Caslon is committed to working closely with our authors throughout the publishing process to ensure that great ideas are developed into high-quality publications that reach the audiences who need them.

The Caslon ampersand, cut by William Caslon in the 18th century, is respected for its clarity, style, and quality--the attributes we strive to emulate in each of Caslon's publications.