This has been the year of the Tamakis for me. I was first introduced to Mariko and Jillian Tamaki last fall during my young adult materials class, which had both Skim (written by Mariko Tamaki, illustrated by Jillian Tamaki) and Saving Montgomery... Continue Reading →
I couldn't attend the local Women's March happening in my city on January 21st because I was working at my library school's library (meta, I know). So, instead, I decided to create a slapdash display of feminist texts, books about women in... Continue Reading →
In addition to my reeling shock, disbelief, and re-evaluation of social and political dynamics in North America, a few other things have happened since Donald Trump was named president-elect that have made me take a look at my role as... Continue Reading →
Marvel's Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur didn't receive the same kind of hype as Ms. Marvel did on her debut, but it has quickly found a very soft spot in my heart.
There are a number of ‘big-ticket’ ways to promote Open Access to patrons at small academic libraries, such as hosting Open Access Week events or creating an Open Access library subject guide. However, there are also small ways your library... Continue Reading →