- William L. Carey
The Latin Library is a collection of Latin texts in simple HTML, not annotated (linguistically etc.) in any way, and with minimal edition or correction from their out-of-copyright sources. There is extensive documentation of the sources of the editions, and credit given to scholars who have sent in or corrected scanned texts, but the editor themself is apparently not named. The last addition to the credits page (as of Aug 2019) dates to January 2008.
- "Review: The Latin Library," by T. H. M. Gellar-Goad (2016) at Society for Classical Studies.
- Richard Tarrant, Texts, Editors and Readers,' CUP, 2016 (critiques Latin Library at pp. 149–151).