Books :: Livres

Please note: Books are listed alphabetically by author. Links to more information have been provided wherever possible.

Veuillez noter : Les livres sont en ordre alphabétique. Des liens menant à des renseignements supplémentaires ont été inclus lorsque disponibles.

  • Hazel K. Bell, Indexing Biographies and Other Stories of Human Lives, 3rd ed., with an appendix by Noeline Bridge (Sheffield, England: Society of Indexers, 2004)
  • Pat F. Booth, Indexing: The Manual of Good Practice (München: Saur, 2001)
  • Noeline Bridge, editor, Indexing Names, 2012, ASI/Information Today
  • Glenda Browne and Jonathan Jermey, The Indexing Companion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007)
  • __________, Website Indexing: Enhancing Access to Information Within Websites, 2nd ed. (Blackwood, Australia: Auslib Press, 2004)
  • Burek, JoAnne. “How to Get an Index for Your Book: A Step-By-Step Guide for Authors.” Free ebook, available here.
  • Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010), and Indexes: A Chapter from the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010)
  • Linda Fetters, Handbook of Indexing Techniques: A Guide for Beginning Indexers, 2nd ed. (Corpus Christi, Texas: FimCo Books, 1999)
  • James A. Lamb, Website Indexing: Visitors to Content in Two Clicks (Ardleigh, England: James A. Lamb, 2006)
  • Nancy Mulvany, Indexing Books, 2nd ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005) — expanded and updated version of the original 1994 edition
  • Sherry Smith and Kari Kells, Inside Indexing: The Decision-Making Process (Northwest Indexing Press, 2005)
  • Do Mi Stauber, Facing the Text: Content and Structure in Book Indexing (Eugene, Oregon: Cedar Row Press, 2004)
  • Hans H. Wellisch, Indexing from A to Z, 2nd ed., rev. and enl. (New York: H.W. Wilson, 1995)

Publications Available Through Indexing Societies

The Society of Indexers offers a variety of its own and other publications. For more information, see their publications page.

The American Society for Indexing also offers a variety of publications that can be viewed on, and ordered through, the Information Today website.