Do you have a book in you? SAA’s book publishing program seeks to provide a mix of print and electronic resources on a variety of topics that are of consistently high quality, enrich the professional literature, serve the archives profession, and nuture new and veteran voices. Whether you’re interested in submitting a book prospectus or discussing an idea for a module in the series Trends in Archives Practice or being a manuscript reader, SAA offers opportunities to get involved. Since the 1970s, SAA has published more than 150 books. We are committed to providing authors with a superb publishing experience and working collaboratively to insure a superior product. We're not just a publisher, we're a professional association. And you're not just an author, you're a valued member. Together we forward professonal discourse.
"Writing a book for the Society of American Archivists was a rewarding process, enjoyable at every stage. Each contact with the editor and Publications Board was positive and helpful. The SAA publications team is really professional!"
~Elena Danielson, author, The Ethical Archivist, and archivist emerita, Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford University
"Working with SAA Publications has been hugely instructive for me, both in terms of getting to know the archival world better and in writing and structuring effectively. I can't express how happy I am at how Becoming a Trusted Digital Repository turned out. I am not exaggerating when I say that the manuscript is a full order of magnitude better than when I submitted it."
~Steve Marks, author, Becoming a Trusted Digital Repository, and digital preservation librarian, University of Toronto
Our intrepid Publications Board is ready to assist you to achieve your publishing goals. Seated, left to right: Nicole Milano (AFS Intercultural Program, Inc.), Publications Board Chair Christopher J. Prom (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), Lisa Mix (New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center), and Mary Caldera (Yale University). Standing, left to right: Council Liaison Amy Cooper Cary (Marquette University), Jody DeRidder (University of Alabama), Krista Gray (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), Greg Hunter (Long Island University and Editor of The American Archivist), Tawny Ryan Nelb (Nelb Archival Consulting, Inc.), Michael Shallcross (University of Michigan Bentley Historical Library), Colleen McFarland Rademaker (Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth), and Margery Sly (Temple University).