Forthcoming: Book chapter, “Beyond the Left: Documenting American Racism in Print Periodicals at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Theorizing (Radical) Collections Today,” based on talk given at the Radical Collections conference, which will become part of an open access ebook published in the Humanities Digital Library by the University of London.
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.