Research. Write. Publish.

Welcome to the Library and Information Science (LIS) Publications Wiki. If you’re part of the LIS world and want to share your knowledge and ideas through your writing, you’ve come to the right place.

This wiki gathers information about publications you can contribute to, whether you want to reach your colleagues or your community. Are you a librarian or information professional, an LIS educator or researcher, orĀ an LIS student looking for the best venue for your professional writing? The wiki can lead you to opportunities you may not have known about. Start your search here.

LIS scholarly journals. These publications for LIS researchers and educators emphasize peer-reviewed, research-oriented content.

LIS professional and trade publications. These news-oriented magazines, association newsletters, and other professional communications venues are generally read by practitioners in the LIS community.

Civilian publications. These publications are read by people beyond the LIS world. While most readers won’t be LIS experts, they may be interested in library topics and affected by information issues.

Book publishers. These book publishers are likely to consider publishing LIS-oriented nonfiction titles.

Unclaimed titles. These publications have not yet been profiled, though they’re on our list of things to do. Also provided here are some sources of additional listings of publication titles and calls for proposals.