Posts tagged "Self-publishing"
A Day in the Life: An Ezra Jack Keats Mini Grant Project | Part 2: The Fun Begins

A Day in the Life: An Ezra Jack Keats Mini Grant Project | Part 2: The Fun Begins

The folks at Carbondale Public Library are working on a fantastic community-created content initiative for their Ezra Jack Keats mini-grant. Today, the director shares an in-process update on their “Day in the Life” book project! You can check out the whole series HERE. Enjoy!  ~Erinn Ready, set, play! by Diana Brawley Sussman After seven months of planning,...
A Day in the Life: An Ezra Jack Keats Mini-Grant Project

A Day in the Life: An Ezra Jack Keats Mini-Grant Project

The folks at Carbondale Public Library are working on a fantastic community-created content initiative for their Ezra Jack Keats mini-grant. Today, the director shares her first post in a new series for the Library as Incubator Project on their “Day in the Life” book project! Enjoy!  ~Erinn by Diana Brawley Sussman In 2014, the Carbondale Public Library...
NaNoWriMo: what to do next [in your library]

NaNoWriMo: what to do next [in your library]

Can you believe we’re nearing the finish of National Novel Writing Month?! As Wrimos scramble to reach their 50,000 word goal, we’ve been talking about the myriad ways that writers (and really, artists of all kinds) can use their libraries (local and digital) to inspire and inform their projects. Our NaNoWriMo series touches on a...
Call for Submissions: Creating & Collecting Local Content at the Library

Call for Submissions: Creating & Collecting Local Content at the Library

We believe the library is a place to connect and create. If I’ve learned anything as we continually research for this Project, it’s that libraries are transforming. The idea of a library as a warehouse for books alone just isn’t relevant anymore, and as we talk with librarians and artists about how the libraries in...
I Street Press: A Community Writing & Publishing Center

I Street Press: A Community Writing & Publishing Center

Sacramento Public Library is home to a wonderfully integrated program for that supports local writers of all kinds: the I Street Press Community Writing and Publishing Center. Funded by grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the California State Library, the SPL is re-inventing library service to their community with an Espresso...