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Library partnerships with writers and poets : case studies

Author: Carol Smallwood; Vera Gubnitskaia
Publisher: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Librarians continue to develop innovative ways to support local writers with workshops, festivals and community events. This collection of 29 new essays presents a variety of projects, programs and services to help librarians establish relationships with the literary world, promote literature to the public and foster creativity in their communities"--
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Smallwood; Vera Gubnitskaia
ISBN: 1476665397 9781476665399 1476629226 9781476629223
OCLC Number: 959536025
Description: vii, 237 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Academic libraries reach out to writers and poets / Aline Soules --
From fieldwork to framework : preparing for library outreach to writers and poets / John Glover --
The library as a community of writers and readers / Stanely L. Klemetson --
Bridging the gap : a playwright, sneak peak and production of performance / Jen Park and James W. Phillips --
Librarian as volunteer : United Way ReadingPals program / Sarah Cissé --
Hosting a writing club for teen writers at your library / Heather Botelho --
Writers groups at the library / Sarah Fisk --
Discovering the personal and poetic voice : encouraging and supporting writers at the public library / Diana J. Lennon --
The power of words : drawing authors and the college community together through author talks / Laurel Erin Fennell and Alda Noronha-Nimmo --
The Latino Americans : 500 years of history grant experience : a case study in cooperation / Alyssa Martin and Christopher Shaffer --
The Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series at San Diego State University : how one of the nation's oldest reading series found a home in the library / Markel Tumlin and Meagan Marshall --
Literary events at your library : best-practice tips for happy writers and patrons / Tina M. Metzger and Meg King-Sloan --
Cents and sensibility : planning the 14th Georgia Literary Festival / Melissa E. Johnson, Anna Caroline Harris, Karin Gillespie and Erin Prentiss --
Hosting an author festival / Sarah Fisk --
Papers and prose : touring literary history with students / Jennifer V. Mitchell --
The South Carolina Poetry Archives : a case study in collection development, outreach and collaborative growth / Jeffrey Makala --
Cooperation between university librarians and faculty writers and poets / Mantra Roy and Erin Vonnahme --
Poetry as the scholar's art : an interview with poet Amy Newman / Julie L. Miller --
How one library and one poet reached 1,200 readers for National Poetry Month / Diane Kendig and Laurie Kincer --
Rich soil for poetry in rural Cajun Louisiana / Patricia Brown, Maura Gage Cavell and Ava Leavell Haymon --
Outreach through play, creation and inquiry : classes and workshops at the University of Arizona Poetry Center / Wendy Burk, Sarah Kortmeier and Cybele Knowles --
Publication talks and book review workshops : spotlighting faculty publication, emerging authors and book reviews as an effective personal branding strategy / Nina Q. Rose, Raúl Fernández-Calienes and Hagai Gringarten --
How would you use it? Designing a library workshop to engage young writers with resources in their field / Karla Fribley --
A worshop is learning by doing / Rita Keeley Brown --
Librarian writer supports courageous conversations, critical multiculturalism and communal networks / Roland Barksdale-Hall --
Authors on the inside : a decade of connecting correctional inmates with writers / Daniel Marcou and Patrick Jones --
A campus or library lecture series : the perfect outreach to writers and poets / John C. Burns --
An evolving partnership : a reading series finds a home in the library / Robert S. Means --
The Nevada Writers Hall of Fame : a history of collaboration / Steven R. Harris.
Responsibility: edited by Carol Smallwood and Vera Gubnitskaia ; foreword by Patti Gibbons.

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Libraries, writers, and poets have long had a close working relationship. Rapid changes in technology has not changed the importance of this cooperation: book talks and readings are as popular as  Read more...

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This is an informative and readable book useful to librarians, writers, and press editors who want to bring writers and readers together."-Jerry Craven, author of Women of Thunder and director of Read more...

 
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