The Hellenic Semiotics Society announces the launch of Punctum Semiotics Monographs, a series committed to supporting the publication of long-form monographs and edited collections in all fields of semiotic research. Aimed to highlight both original and novel themes and problematics within the semiotic discipline, it invites proposals for volumes from 30.000 up to 60.000 words, i.e., of significantly larger scope and depth than research articles but not reaching the typical book length. The series volumes are published in English and are free to access and download via the Punctum. International Journal of Semiotics’ website under the Creative Commons License CC-BY-NC 4.0 International. All proposals are refereed by the Punctum Editorial Board and the series editor Gregory Paschalidis (for submission process see: https://punctum.gr/punctum-semiotics-monographs/). On Punctum’s site you can find and download the inaugural volume of this new book series: Paolo Fabbri. Unfolding semiotics. Pour la sémiotique a venir (2021). Edited by Isabella Pezzini, it contains a wide range of studies and book reviews discussing and elaborating on the work of the late Paolo Fabbri, along with an English translation of his seminal essay on proxemics.