The Southeastern Librarian (SELn) is the official publication of the Southeastern Library Association (SELA). The quarterly publication seeks to publish articles, announcements, and news of professional interest to the library community in the southeast. The publication also represents a significant means for addressing the Association's research objective. The quarterly issues contain juried articles, book reviews, as well as SELA, state, and library personnel news.

The SELA homepage has current issues and information on how to submit work.

Current Issue: Volume 70, Issue 4 (2023) SELA Centennial Commemorative Issue

Welcome to this special issue of The Southeastern Librarian celebrating the centennial founding of the Southeastern Library Association. This special issue has been an arduous process, but a labor of love for us. We have dug through boxes and file folders to unearth history for you. We even found a forgotten SELA president in the process.

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