Booklist Announces Free Online Access for All

As of today, all Booklist and Book Links content on www.booklistonline.com is freely available until further notice.

“The COVID-19 threat is unprecedented and will continue to cause extreme disruption, both personally and professionally,” said George Kendall, editor and publisher of Booklist Publications. “At Booklist, published by the American Library Association, we want to help minimize these disruptions where we can for all library staff along with their students and patrons. With that in mind, we hope the following information and resources will be helpful.”

“We appreciate our readers and understand you are facing major challenges and disruptions,” Kendall said.  “Please do not hesitate to contact us and let us know how we can help.”

Free online access includes:

For an enhanced online experience and to read digital editions on mobile devices, sign in to your existing online profile or complete the free profile form. Note that a profile is not necessary for reading online content, but having one will allow you to save, share, and download your work.

To learn how to put Booklist Online to work, please view this informative video tutorial.

For additional questions about Booklist Online, please check out our extensive FAQ or email [email protected].  Find additional Booklist contact information below.

Webinars, e-newsletters and other digital communications

In addition to opening online content, Booklist is planning regularly scheduled communications and updates to our readers via our e-newsletters and special communications.

Booklist’s exceptional free webinars will continue as scheduled.

Please check Booklist Reader (here!) as well as theBooklistTwitter and Facebook for regular updates.

Booklist contact information

The health and safety of all who interact with Booklist is of paramount importance.  Booklist is open for business during COVID-19; however, Booklist staff are working remotely. Booklist will continue to publish according to the regular production schedule, which includes 22 issues per year and four Book Links issues per year. 

If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

A note to publishers and producers:

With Booklist and publishing staff working remotely, Booklist is requesting digital submissions. For print titles, both Youth and Adult, please send PDFs as attachments with full bibliographic and descriptive information. We can also accept widgets and open, unrestricted links to NetGalley or Edelweiss. For audiobooks, please send open and unrestricted links for download. For more specific information and other editorial questions, please contact us:

Please direct subscription-related questions to Dan Kaplan, [email protected].

Please direct webinar-related questions to Melissa Carr, [email protected]

Please direct Booklist Reader questions to Briana Shemroske, [email protected]

Please direct social media questions to Grace Rosean, [email protected]

Booklist and the American Library Association

Booklist is an American Library Association publication.  Please read the American Library Association Executive Board COVID-19 recommendations: http://www.ala.org/news/press-releases/2020/03/ala-executive-board-recommends-closing-libraries-public

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