Thoughts on Libraries as Author and Publisher

Yesterday, as I was speaking with two Texas Tech University librarians, the topic of libraries as author and publisher came up. This was a new concept for me as I've never thought of libraries that way. In fact, it's an idea that seems almost foreign as libraries tend to only be seen as community centers,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Austin Kleon, “Steal Like an Artist”

I've been in a creative funk lately. Every time I sit down to write, nothing comes to mind or I have to forcefully pry my ideas to the surface. This current creative situation is what led me to pick up Austin Kleon's book, Steal Like an Artist. I've been following Kleon on Twitter for a... Continue Reading →

On the Importance of Books

What truly makes a book important? That's a question that warrants more than one answer as books mean so many different things to so many people. When asked, the practical might say that it's paper and binding and budgets that matter. They might even say it's the high revenue of sales and author celebrity status... Continue Reading →

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