Tag Archives: librarians

Centipedes of the Mind, or Forget Fiction, Reality has Quite A Bite.

  Happy Halloween from the MCW Crew! John Clark sharing an accumulation of things blog members and librarians passed on to me that have scared them spitless at some point in their life. We start off with Sister Kate Flora’s … Continue reading

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It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Library Anymore

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, with a little story to tell you. Part of my regular morning reading is the online Franklin County newspaper, the Daily Bulldog. Imagine me sitting in my chair, curled up with my iPad, and clicking … Continue reading

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Occasional dispatches from the Maine wilderness-The 4:15 Snowplow and NANOWRIMO

  Sounds play a big part in my real and writing lives. When we moved from Chelsea to Hartland, one of my nonnegotiable conditions was that we had to have a metal roof. Our Chelsea home had suffered a fire … Continue reading

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Librarians Solve Mysteries Every Day

On April 21, a week from tomorrow, a select group of Sisters in Crime member authors will be serving as volunteer staff from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. local time—or for however many hours their local libraries are open on … Continue reading

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