Are you interested in reviewing the latest archives resources for your colleagues? The American Archivist wants to hear from you!
We are actively seeking microreviews of archives-related books for our Reviews Portal. Microreviews are short, informal contributions (about 100–400 words) that summarize a work and share your reaction to it. An example is Samantha Cross’s 2022 microreview of the podcast The Magnus Archives.
Microreviews are a great way to contribute to the archival literature no matter where you are in your professional journey. Never written a review before? No problem! Our Reviews Editors, Rose Buchanan and Stephanie Luke, are available to answer questions and guide contributors through the entire review process.
For more information about writing a microreview, please see our guidelines for preparing a microreview. If you’re interested in writing a review, please contact us at ReviewsEditor@archivists.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Rose Buchanan & Stephanie Luke
Reviews Editors, American Archivist