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I probably can't talk about this book without spoilering it, so proceed with caution, especially Danna, to whom I am going to mail it as soon as it's safe to go back to the post office. (i.e. after Santamas)
Welcome to the biblioblogosphere Pumped Librarian Nicole Pagowsky!
I know Nicole from zines and from Radical Reference, where she jumped in right away and started answering questions while in library school. She's got a temp job right now, folks, so you've still got a chance to hire before she gets snapped up by someone else!
In case y'all haven't noticed, Alycia is now blogging on her very own Drupal site. "This site is a place to share information pertinent to my life as a radical art librarian and a place to practice using drupal and monkey with technology from the home base in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn."
Columbia University cataloger Alexandra Crosier has launched a local library events blog, Shelved @ NYC.
Alex provides annotated listings of NYC library news, events, and politics.
I just noticed that my friend Laura Quilter is blogging, with the creative and appropriate name, "derivative work." Laura is a librarian turned fair use lawyer, and also an expert is feminist science fiction, btw. A post I thought y'all might enjoy is called "The Republican Shuffle." She's gathered information about Republican sex deniers and their sex scandals.