Lately I’ve been considering collecting stories occurring within libraries from colleagues (and others) regarding the good, the bad, and the ugly that happens within institutional walls that most people might not know about–as realistic a portrait as possible. I’d keep the contributors anonymous of course, but am also considering writing down some of my own stories as well. Mostly, I want a clear lens into what life is really like within libraries, to help figure out what’s working, what’s not, what needs to be fixed, what doesn’t, and what librarians are doing well (and not so well).

So the questions I’d like to post to all my readers (to all writers, librarians, writer/librarians and others) are as follows:

  • Would you be interested in seeing these kinds of posts on a weekly basis? 
  • Would you be interested in contributing your stories?
  • Why/why not?

Please leave all feedback in the comments form–and those who want to keep extra extra anonymous are welcome to email me directly: cloudhime (at) gmail (dot) com.

Looking forward to your responses! 

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  1. Helen
    Helen says:

    Yes, please, the funnier the better! I worked in a library as my 'Saturday' job when I was a student and can imagine that you'll have lots of stories if my experience was anything to go by!


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