Blog Post 8: Reflective Practice: Finding Balance and a Heart-Centered Way of Life in Libraries

Sometimes, too tight and stifling is the world, and sometimes too wide and overwhelming and frightening is the world. But in the library, the world can fit me just right. ~Viola A. I Carry a Pair of Tennis Shoes in My Car and I Go For Walks The last week or so, I have had […]

Blog Post 5: Choose Your Own Adventure–Public Libraries and Gender (and How a Possible Stalker Taught me to Value the Safety of the Library Space)

With my planning project and director’s brief in mind, I am interested in designing/planning a new service (or two) for a public library setting. So I thought it a good idea to choose my own adventure in…public libraries! I am interested in public libraries as spaces of connection, and by connection, I understand it in […]