Okay, that headline is hardly true, as these Charlie Carts cost, oh, ballpark 10 grand, but still, this is big. Big systems such as San Francisco, Cleveland, etc. are implementing these bad boys to provide[…]
It’s been a big week in the comics world with announcements of the ends of two influential works. Okay, so Mad Magazine isn’t technically ceasing publication, and it’s not nearly as much of a shock[…]
There is a woman out there, sadly residing in my hometown of Columbus, Ohio, who has declared libraries her enemy. Never in my wildest imaginings could I come up with a comic book villain so[…]
Well, I did not see this coming. No one did. Admittedly, I am behind (like years behind) on The Walking Dead comic, but, oddly, this gives me motivation to read the whole damn thing now,[…]
When I was briefly a staff librarian at OverDrive, the announcement came down that PRH would be eliminating the One Copy/One User model for library eBooks (an eBook that can only be checked out one[…]
Check out these notable graphic novels, as selected by our friends at the Art Libraries Society of North America!
I met Sina Grace in the fall of 2018 when he was visiting Cleveland for Flaming River Con, an LGBT-focused comic con, where he talked about his life, career, and the writing of Iceman as[…]
What was the greatest benefit of attending ALAAC? Was it the professional development? The networking? The ARCs? Nope, the correct answer is these Library Pride Socks.
Well, I’m back from ALA Annual Conference 2019 in Washington, D.C., and let’s recap my adventure. Firstly, my haul includes lots of comics and ARCs, many of them signed. You know, typical, ALAAC stuff. Best[…]