The Southeastern Librarian
The Southeastern Librarian (SELn) is the official publication of the Southeastern Library Association (SELA). The quarterly publication seeks to publish articles, announcements, and news of professional interest to the library community in the southeast. The publication also represents a significant means for addressing the Association's research objective. Two newsletter-style issues serve as a vehicle for conducting Association business, and two issues include juried articles.
Guidelines for Book Reviewers
The Southeastern Library Association is pleased to accept book review submissions for possible publication in The Southeastern Librarian. Guidelines are as follows:
needs to have been published within the past two years
- The work
should have some connection to the Southern USA, either by content or
the author’s association with the south.
may obtain his/her own copy of the book. SELA is not able to provide a
courtesy copy unless obtained by publishers.
Suggested length is 500-750 words. Shorter or longer submissions will
also be considered.
- Solicited book reviews from the SELn editor will receive preferential consideration.
Submissions will be judged on writing style, content and perceived interest to the readership of the journal. Please forward reviews and any questions to Perry Bratcher, editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.