When I first decided to follow through on this idea to interview artist/librarians about their work, it took all of one hot minute for me to type out an email to Erin Dorney asking if she’d be willing to chat with me. Erin’s and my… Read more
It was 3:00 in the morning when Rose realized that all the time she spends on Pinterest doesn’t actually qualify as “self care”.
Upon reading a EULA for the first time, Simon realized he didn’t at all like the feeling he got in the pit of his stomach.
If you’ve been around the academic library world for any amount of time, then you probably know Kathryn Deiss, or you’ve heard her name at the very least. I’ve always respected and admired Kathryn’s professional work and it was a few years ago, when we… Read more
A year after retirement, Foster and Marjorie woke up with a strange urge to dress in white. A week later, they joined the lawn bowling club.
I read four books in September, still all non-fiction, though I broke from my pattern and threw in a memoir. It was a good decision. Still Writing: the Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life, Dani Shapiro This book is a lovely, meandering look at… Read more