I’m a librarian from 8-5, a mom and wife from 5-9, and a poet until I fall asleep. I recently published some poems made from one of the thousands of library books we’ve weeded this year. Fellow poet-librarian Erin Dorney writes about being a librarian and poet here.
- Recent Publications Dec '16-Jan '17 1 February, 2017Recent Publications Dec ’16-Jan ’17“4 November 2016” from The Daybooks at Dusie Advent Calendar (Dec. 15) “5 June 2016” from The Daybooks at Open Letters Monthly (Feb. 1) Excerpts from two recent visual poetry projects, Glazed Glitter and Reading the Illegible, in Poets & Artists Issue 80: Formation, which corresponded with the Formation show at the Ber […]
I guest blogged at “Letters to a Young Librarian“! Thanks to Jessica Olin for the opportunity.
I’m a librarian from 8-5, a mom and wife from 5-9, and a poet until I fall asleep. I recently published some poems made from…
CREW Method Weeding the School Library I can’t believe you’re throwing out books!
When I arrived at my current place of employment, I inherited a high school library of 20,000 physical volumes that had not been weeded in…