Coming up from Library Juice Press
Library Juice Press has a number of book projects forthcoming in the Winter and Spring.
Coming up soonest are these two:
- Mrs. Magavero: A History Based on the Career of an Academic Librarian, by Jane Brodsky Fitzpatrick
- Responsible Librarianship: Library Policies for Unreliable Systems, by David Bade
Shortly following on those will be a compilation of articles from Progressive Librarian on the myth of library neutrality, edited by Alison Lewis.
Coming up in the Spring will be these:
- Information and Liberation: Writings on the Politics of Information and Librarianship, by Shiraz Durrani
- Eug?®ne Morel: Pioneer of Public Libraries in France, by Ga?´tan Beno?Æt
- The Ecole des Chartes and the Organization of Archives and Libraries in France, 1820-1870, by Lara Moore
Also in the Spring will be an anthropological study of the Library of Congress by Samuel Collins that is a very interesting read.
Following those will be some books that I’d like to keep under wraps for the time being.
I hope you’re as excited about these projects as I am!