Library Juice Press
Library Juice Press is an imprint of Litwin Books, LLC specializing in theoretical and practical issues in librarianship from a critical perspective, for an audience of professional librarians and students of library science. Readers of the webzine and blog, Library Juice, can expect the books that we publish to be deeper investigations into topics that have been covered there over the years, including library philosophy, information policy, library activism, and in general anything that can be placed under the rubric of "critical studies in librarianship."
Library Juice Press also hosts the Alternatives in Print directory of publishers and periodicals.
- Informed Agitation: Library and Information Skills in Social Justice Movements and Beyond, edited by Melissa Morrone
- Focus on Educating for Sustainability: Toolkit for Academic Libraries, edited by Maria Jankowska
- Information Literacy and Social Justice: Radical Professional Praxis, edited by Shana Higgins and Lua Gregory
- Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction, by Maria Accardi
- 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
From Litwin Books:
- Life as Activism: June Jordan's Writings from The Progressive, edited by Stacy Russo
- Feminist and Queer Information Studies Reader, edited by Patrick Keilty and Rebecca Dean
- Voltaire's Fanaticism, or Mahomet the Prophet: A New Translation, translated by Hanna Burton
- 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
We are presently accepting manuscripts. See our authors' page for more information.