Announcing Author Interview Series with Library Students

You’ll notice a few new posts in our blog in the coming weeks. We’re excited to introduce conversations with select Litwin Books authors of recently released or upcoming publications. The Author Interview Series with Library Students enables prospective information professionals to meet with authors to discuss the research process and engage in a deep dive on important topics of the field from concept to publication. The students are from the dual degree program based in New York University (NYU), where they are earning master’s degrees in the Graduate School of Arts and Science and the Steinhardt School, and an MSLIS degree from the Palmer School of Library and Information Science at Long Island University (LIU). Their degree programs at NYU include Archives and Public History, English and American Literature, Irish Studies, Near East Studies, Museum Studies, and Costume Studies. 

These interviews will offer Litwin Books readers greater insight into our publication process and the intentions of our authors. In addition, this project enriches the educational experience of future librarians and archivists by deeply engaging them in the scholarly conversation. 

 The following interviews will be showcased for the upcoming titles:

The following interviews showcase previously published works:

This post is co-authored by Courtney Nelson, Student in CAS (Psychology and Child & Adolescent Mental Health Studies) & Laurie Murphy, Community Engagement Associate, NYU Libraries