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MLA publishes books on topics important to medical librarians and other information professionals. Books are published in cooperation with Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group and ALA Neal-Schuman, and are available in a variety of electronic formats as well as print.
To suggest a topic for a future title, please contact Elizabeth Lund. If you'd like to submit a proposal as an author or editor, see instructions below.
MLA's Latest Books
The Small Library Manager's Handbook edited by Alice Graves
Curriculum-Based Library Instruction: From Cultivating Faculty Relationships to Assessment edited by Amy Blevins and Megan Inman
Library as Safe Haven: Disaster Planning, Response, and Recovery by Deborah D. Halsted, Shari Clifton, and Daniel T. Wilson
Introduction to Reference Sources in the Health Sciences, 6th ed., by Jeffrey T. Huber and Susan Swogger
The MLA Guide to Providing Consumer and Patient Health Information by Michele Spatz
Health Sciences Librarianship by M. Sandra Wood
For a full list of MLA titles, see the MLA store.
Purchase Current Books
MLA members receive a 10% member discount. Use the coupon code "MLA" when ordering online, or mention your MLA membership to the operator if ordering by phone.
Information on current books is also located in the MLA online store.
Submit a Proposal
MLA Publishing seeks projects that are of interest to a significant segment of the medical librarianship community or that leverage the expertise of medical librarians to assist other professionals and consumers. We can help you shape your idea into a format that can be successfully published. To get started, visit the Books Proposal FAQ.