Litwin Books is an independent academic publisher of books about media, communication and the cultural record. We are interdisciplinary in scope and intention, and gather together works from a range of disciplines, including media studies, communication studies, cultural studies, information studies, philosophy of technology, archival studies, communications history, history of archives and libraries, and related fields. Our independence from larger institutions gives us the freedom to offer critical perspectives that cut against the grain, as well as occasionally to give a scholar free rein with a work that is outside his or her usual publishing stream.
With our Library Juice Press imprint we follow the same philosophy, publishing books that examine theoretical and practical issues in librarianship from a critical perspective, for an audience of professional librarians and students of library science.
Auslander & Fox is our new imprint for general readers, featuring books characterized by originality, wit, and perspective.
Our books are printed on acid-free paper.
Our books are available from internet booksellers such as Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, Powells.com, Amazon.co.uk, Chapters.ca and Amazon.ca. E-book versions of most of our books are available through through some of these booksellers.
Libraries can purchase our books through Ingram, Baker and Taylor, Yankee Book Peddler and other book jobbers, which gives the advantage of vendor discounts. Academic libraries that purchase ebooks can get our books in electronic form from ebrary or Ebsco, leading vendors of ebooks for libraries.
Bookstores can get our books through Ingram or Baker and Taylor, or may contact us directly to arrange a drop-shipment and to negotiate a discount.
DRM-Free PDFs of all of our backlisted titles are available as a benefit of Library Juice Membership.