Accompanying the growth of Korean Studies over the last twenty years has been a proliferation of new publishing outlets, from field-specific and general journals to literary and academic series. Today, the time is ripe for a reflection on the trends, the challenges, and the future outlook of publishing in the field. What are the current trends, and what are the developments that we should expect? What do editors look for in submitted materials? And how, if at all, are editors either shaping or adapting to current scholarly directions? The six panelists in this roundtable are all scholarly editors. Christopher Bae, professor of Anthropology at the University of Hawaii, will share his perspective as the chief editor of both The Korean Studies Journal and the Hawai’i Studies on Korea Series. Lorri D. Hagman, executive editor of the University of Washington Press, will reflect on her long-time collaboration with the Center for Korean Studies on the publisher’s Korean series. Theodore Hughes, professor of Korean Studies at Columbia University, will discuss his experiences as editor of The Journal of Korean Studies as well as a new Korean Studies series at Columbia University Press. Albert Park, associate professor of Pacific Basin Studies at Claremont McKenna College, will weigh in as the Korean editor of The Journal of Asian Studies. And Janet Poole, associate professor of the University of Toronto, will offer an overview of the MLA Texts and Translations Series on Korean language and literature as the chair of its editorial board. Finally, Sunyoung Park, associate professor of Korean Literature at the University of Southern California, will moderate and share her own observations as the editor of Kaya Press’s new Magpie Series in modern and contemporary Korean literature.