Below are listed just a few broad-spectrum publishers; please be aware that there are other subject-specific Open Access publishers.
Cambridge University Press launched an Open Access Monograph Publishing Service in April 2015.
Lumnios Publishing is a new open access publishing program for monographs from the University of California Open Press.
MUP Open Monograph is an initiative from Manchester University Press (a founding member of the OAPEN project).
Open Humanities Press collaborates with the University of Michigan Library (MPublishing) and uses the OMP software.
Athabasca University Press (AU Press) is the first scholarly press to be established by a Canadian university in the twenty-first century.
Open Book Publishers are aiming to become the primary hub for free peer-reviewed research in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Ubiquity Press is a fully open access publisher, making all electronic formats of the monograph available online with a print on demand option. All books are published under a CC-BY license.
Palgrave Open is a model proposed by Palgrave Macmillan, one of the largest traditional publishers of monographs in the humanities and social sciences.
Brill announced Brill Open, its Open Access model, to include books – monographs and edited volumes.
SpringerOpen charge an upfront fee at the beginning of the publication process.
Pickering & Chatto offer authors and their funders an Open Access option under the Creative Commons Licence CC-BY-NC for monograph submissions, subject to a publishing fee.
Note: The information supplied in these pages is based on the pages supplied by the Australian Open Access Support Group - and this assistance is gratefully acknowledged.
There are a few publishers that allow author self-archiving of book chapters. There is a maintained list of what publishers allow in terms of open access to chapters and books. Some permissions and restrictions are below:
Generally, according to their Green Archiving Policy for Books page the submitted manuscript under review is allowed to be posted to multiple places, but the rules change once it is accepted for publication.
Emerald permits authors to deposit their chapter in their institutional repository 'immediately post official publication', according to their 'Author rights' page
The rules relating to Oxford University Press titles are more complex and described on their Author Reuse and Self Archiving page.
Palgrave MacMillan's Policy for archiving in Institutional or Funding body Repositories (Green Open Access) allows authors to deposit their pre copy-edited version of a single chapter of their single authored book, or one of their chapters included in a contributed volume. There is a 36 month embargo.
Routledge/Taylor & Francis have released Policies for Open Access Book Chapters which states that chapters from all their books are eligible for green open access.
Information on this page about Open Monograph Publishing is from the University of Cambridge.