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. Through our Library Juice Press imprint, we publish books that examine theoretical and practical issues in librarianship from a critical perspective, for an audience of professional librarians and students of library science.
From Litwin Books:
- Import of the Archive: U.S. Colonial Rule of the Philippines and the Making of American Archival History, by Cheryl Beredo
- Make Your Own History: Documenting Feminist and Queer Activism in the 21st Century, edited by Lyz Bly and Kelly Wooten
- Prophets of the Fourth Estate: Broadsides by Press Critics of the Progressive Era, by Amy Reynolds and Gary Hicks
- From Polders to Postmodernism: A History of Archival Theory, by John Ridener
- The Culture of the Internet and the Internet as Cult: Social Fears and Religious Fantasies, by Philippe Breton
- Archival Anxiety and the Vocational Calling, by Richard J. Cox
Current offerings on our Library Juice Press imprint:
- Jesse Shera, Librarianship, and Information Science, by H. Curtis Wright
- Lenny and Nina are Buried in Books, by Linda Cooper
- Greening Libraries, edited by Monika Antonelli and Mark McCullough
- Libraries and the Enlightenment, by Wayne Bivens-Tatum
- Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods, edited by Emily Drabinski, Alana Kumbier, and Maria Accardi
We are presently accepting manuscripts. See our authors' page for more information.