Nanci Milone Hill, co-editor of the “Perspectives” column in Public Libraries magazine, is currently seeking essays on the following topic for the May/June issue: “PUBLIC LIBRARIES V. SCHOOL LIBRARIES: Missions in conflict or missions in complement?
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We are looking for 2-3 essays of 600-1000 words each, for the Perspectives column in the January/February issue of “Public Libraries.” Use this opportunity to tell the library world about an innovative program or initiative at your library. Essays are due by Monday, January 27. Interested, contact column editor Nanci Milone Hill at nhill at […]