CUP/ACL Book Series "Studies in Natural Language Processing" Steven Bird and Bran Boguraev The goal of Studies in Natural Language Processing is to identify and publish state-of-the-art work on topics of interest to the CL/NLP community. Feedback from sales suggests that interest in the community is maintained at level similar to prior years; levels of sales are in line with the types of scholarly books that have been published recently. The series has a new acquisitions editor at Cambridge University Press (Helen Barton), based in the Cambridge office. The series is undergoing a renewal and reprofiling process with the Press, and we welcome proposals for books addressing current research topics in CL/NLP. Breadth of scope and audience is of particular importance. STATUS OF CURRENT PROJECTS 1. Books published during the last 12 months: 0521650585 HB ASHER/LASC Logics of Conversation SNLP 7/1/03 2. Book projects approved, with manuscripts under review: * Masterman,M. "Language, Cohesion and Form" Edited, and with an introduction and commentaries by, Y Wilks * Daelemans/Bosch "Memory-Based Language Processing"