The University of Chicago Press, established in 1891, publishes books and journals. The press is located in Chicago, and offers textbooks and journals and reference books for the students of the University of Chicago. The press utilizes print and nonprint technologies and has various distribution centers. Additionally, it offers a wide variety of general books, such as The Deep, A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, The Colorful Apocalypse, The Best of All Possible Worlds and The Trial in American Life. It also publishes biographies, Shakespeare literature books, and books on sports, religion, politics and the United States history. The University of Chicago Press additionally publishes books on a wide range of subjects, such as anthropology, architecture, photography, biology, business and management, economics, fiction, computer science, medicine, music and philosophy.