Thus far the majority of this blog has focused on my experiences in library school at Wayne State University. Now that I have graduated with my MLIS + graduate certificate, this blog will focus on my career in rural librarianship, as a library director, and my bookish adventures. (With that said… I should probably mention that the views and opinions expressed on this blog are my own and not those of my employer or the organizations in which I am affiliated with unless otherwise explicitly stated.)
Interests: I am fascinated by intellectual freedom and censorship topics, specifically, during periods of war such as issues related to the Third Reich (think: clandestine publishing, underground libraries, the Nazi book burnings of 1933, the banned book list, and textbook censorship). I am also interested in exploring the state of collection development policies and training pertaining to censorship and intellectual freedom in rural, Michigan public libraries (Class 1 – 3).