Sellie, Alycia. “Beyond the Left: Documenting American Racism in Print Periodicals at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Theorizing (Radical) Collections Today.” Radical Collections: Re-Examining the Roots of Collections, Practices and Information Professions, edited by Jordan Landes and Richard Espley, Senate House Library University of London, 2018, 23-34.
Lau, Andrew J, Alycia Sellie, and Ronald E. Day. “Why is the Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies Needed Today?” Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 1 (2017).
Potter, Robin, and Alycia Sellie. “Zines in the Classroom: Critical Librarianship and Participatory Collections.” Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook: Lesson Plans. Ed. Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy. Vol. 2, Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016, pp. 117–124. Print.
Sellie, Alycia. “The Walled Gardens of Ebook Surveillance: A Brief Set of Arguments Against DRM in Libraries.” Urban Library Journal 21.2 (2015). Web.
Sellie, Alycia. “Unlearning Restrictions Culture.” JustPublics@365, 2 March 2014. Web.
Sellie, Alycia. “What Does a License Do? Opening up to CC-BY and Ruminating over Share-Alike.” Open Access @ CUNY, 8 Aug. 2013. Web.
Smale, Maura, Alycia Sellie, and Beth Evans. “Computers and Crowds: Unexpected Authors and Their Impact on Scholarly Research.” Information Literacy @ CUNY, 4 June 2013. Web.
Cirasella, Jill, Alycia Sellie, and Maura Smale. “Open Access: The Year in Review.” LACUNY News. Library Association of City University of New York. Winter 2011. 17 April 2012. Web.
Sellie, Alycia. “Alt Wire: The World of Zines with Librarian Alycia Sellie.” UtneReader.com. Utne Reader. 23 April 2009. Web.
Sellie, Alycia. “Coordinating an Academic Library Open House.” The U*N*A*B*A*S*H*E*D Librarian 147.2 (2008): 25-28. Print.
Sellie, Alycia. “The Zine Scene.” Wisconsin English Journal 47.2 (2005): 27-29. Print.
Sellie, Alycia. “Do-It-Yourself Zine Definition” Counterpoise 9.3 (2005): 8-9. Print.