• Posts Tagged ‘publishing’

    • Disappearances

      January 12, 2011 | Comments Off

      In the Library with the Lead Pipe welcomes David B. Morris. In between twenty years as a self-employed writer, Morris held professorships at the University of Iowa, at the University of Virginia, and at Stanford University. His wider understanding of books and lives owes much to his wife, Ruth, a technical services librarian and library […]

    • X

      November 10, 2010 | 22 comments

      Thanks to Heather B. of [!!!]Sweet Peas Photography[!!!] on Flickr for this image A Little Background Here at In the Library with the Lead Pipe we’ve had several potential guest authors ask us if we would publish their work under pseudonyms or anonymously. Usually the requests we receive to post anonymously are those that are […]

    • Making Connections: YAAN as a Paper Blog?

      April 14, 2010 | 12 comments

      Brooke Shields is a descendant of Louis XIV; Emmett Smith is seven percent Native American; and Matthew Broderick’s ancestor fought at Gettysburg. We learn these things courtesy of a new television show called “Who Do you think You Are?,” which follows the rich and famous as they trace their family trees. For me, one of […]

    • So you want to write about libraries?

      December 2, 2009 | 6 comments

      In the Library with the Lead Pipe is a little over a year old now. We published our first article on October 8, 2008, and we’ve now published thirty-five in all, along with five group posts. By most measures, we’re still a new publication, but we’ve also been pretty successful. About 2,250 people subscribe to […]

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