• Archive for July, 2013

    • Killing Sir Walter Scott: A Philosophical Exploration of Weeding

      July 24, 2013 | 24 comments

      In Brief: Weeding a library collection, while an absolutely essential part of collection management, is a much more complex issue than library literature—and library practitioners—would like to admit. It is not just an intellectual and physical process but an emotional one, wedded to deep psychological, cultural, and even metaphysical issues. This article explores some of the reasons […]

    • An Interview with Steve Roggenbuck

      July 10, 2013 | 1 comment

      In Brief: An interview with poet and blogger Steve Roggenbuck about publishing, social media, writing, and, of course, libraries. Introduction How many poets do you know who have an entry on KnowYourMeme.com? Steve Roggenbuck, a 25-year old poet and blogger from Michigan, is one of them. Boasting 9,801 Twitter followers (for comparison, current US poet […]

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