Here are guidelines for submitting a book review to IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication; a sample book review, and the IEEE copyright form.
If you have questions about book reviews or wish to suggest a book for review, please contact book review editor, Tiffany Craft Portewig
The following books are available for review, and other titles will be added soon. NOTE: You are not limited to these titles, but may suggest other books that would be of interest to the readers of our journal.
Amare, Nowlin, and Weber.Technical Editing in the 21st Century. Prentice Hall, 2011 (504 pages).
Lamberti and Richards. Complex Worlds: Digital Culture, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication. Baywood, 2011 (256 pages).
Penrose and Katz. Writing in the Sciences: Exploring Conventions of Scientific Discourse (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Technical Communication), 3/EG. Longman, 2010 (448 pages).
Riley and Mackiewicz. Visual Composing: Document Design for Print and Digital Media. Prentice Hall, 2011 (288 pages).
Roberts and Kostelnick. Designing Visual Language: Strategies for Professional Communicators (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Technical Communication), 2/E. Longman, 2011 (432 pages).
van Schewick. Internet Architecture and Innovation. MIT Press, 2010 (560 pages).
van Velson. User-Centered Design for Personalization.University of Twente, 2011 (210 pages).