Steps on how to find journals that might publish your review or find a list of books from journals that need to be reviewed.
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Find book reviews using the search box on Auraria Library's homepage or using one of the Library's databases. Use the phrase "book review" combined with an author, title, or subject.
Popular book reviews are found in mainstream periodicals such as Time Magazine and newspapers, and tend to be short. Reviews may appear up to one year after the book was published.
Scholarly reviews (including "critical" and "literary" reviews) are found in peer-reviewed academic journals or other authoritative compilations, such as websites maintained by scholarly societies or books that compile reviews and criticism. Reviews may appear up to three years after the book was published.
Search thousands of sources available through Auraria Library including databases, journals, articles, media, books, and more. Limit by material type, publication date, author, and more.This is the same as the search box on Auraria Library's homepage.
Supplies citations to more than a quarter of million reviews of adult and juvenile fiction and non-fiction English-language books published in magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, and books. Includes an excerpt of each review.
Full text of the New York Times from the first issue in 1851 to four years before the current year. To find book reviews, type in the title of the book in quotes in one search box and the name of the author in another search box, as illustrated below.