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Journals, Magazines and Newspapers
Find journal databases in your subject area(s) and do a search to see which publishers already have carried articles on your topic. You should be able to make a list of potential publishers and then get additional information from the periodical guides below.
ULRICHSweb Global Serials Directory
Identifies active and defunct periodicals of all types, worldwide, and can be used to identify peer-reviewed publications, academic and journalistic writing outlets, and periodicals within subject areas. For information about the journals only. There is no linked access to Auraria Library content. To reach Auraria Library content search Skyline for the journal title.
Journal Citation Reports (JCR)
Evaluate and compare scholarly journals in all areas of the sciences and social sciences. Results can be used to determine which journals are the most important and influential in their respective disciplines based on high impact and citations.
Use databases and directories to see what has already been published on your topic and to identify potential publishers.
Still no luck? Get materials from libraries around the world here. This extremely comprehensive catalog lists the holdings of thousands of libraries throughout North America & beyond.
A directory of the publishing industry, including book publishers, literary agents, distributors and sales representatives,wholesalers, importers and exporters, translators, literary associations, and more. Searches may be limited by such criteria as subject, region, and publication type.
Library Literature & Information Science Full Text (LLIS)
Provides full-text from over 170 journals as well as indexing and abstracts for over 400 journals in the library and information science field. Books, chapters in collected works such as conference proceedings, theses, and pamphlets are also indexed. Note: Limited to one simultaneous user, please close your browser when finished.
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.
- Keep in mind that many books are never reviewed!
Start My Research
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.
Book Review Digest Retrospective: 1903-1982
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.
New York Times (ProQuest Historical Newspapers)
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.
A reader's advisory database for book recommendations. Identify books for specific age groups or find books by subject, title or award.