Partners in Crime: How Indie Authors and Libraries Can Work Together to Gain New Readers I’ve been working on a project with Library Journal and the SELF-e program and my baby, Bones & Scones, got a mention. I love doing this program because of the community voices and unique genre that is highlighted. Plus, scones!Continue reading “Bones & Scones Gets Props”
Give Them What They Want | The User Experience | Library Journal It’s Adventure Time | The Awl Arts Crawl exposes community to north campus | The Daily Collegian Fertility Mystery Solved: Protein Discovered That Joins Sperm With Egg | the Guardian 2014 Eisner Award Nominees Announced | Comic Book Resources Why Can’t I BeContinue reading “What I Read This Week:”
Adrift by Natalie Serber | The Rumpus We Are The Ionians (Video) | Indie Alaska Mothers are not ‘opting out’ – they are out of options | Al Jazeera Stepping into the Stream: Bringing Netflix-style Video to Libraries | Library Journal How a child’s food preferences begin in the womb | the Guardian A CountryContinue reading “What I Read Last* Week:”
French Words of Wisdom In September I started reviewing books for Library Journal – specifically Home Economics books for the Science & Technology division. The Art of French Pastry by Jacquy Pfeiffer and Martha Rose Shulman will be published in December 2013. An excerpt from my review: Accompanying the recipes are attractive photographs, as well asContinue reading “French Words of Wisdom”
Being a librarian means I have the freedom to be interested in anything and everything. Barbara Fister, from her article “Ten Easy Pieces on the Profession of Librarianship | Peer to Peer Review” I am overwhelmed and exhilrated by this sentiment every day.
– Adrienne Breznau, Colorado Department of Corrections librarian, from Library Journal‘s Prison and Public Libraries