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                                                Libraries Publish

                                              How to Start a Magazine, Small Press, Blog, and More
                                                        STEPHANIE KATZ

                                               “ will find this a valuable resource for outreach and promotion. ”
                                                 Workers at various types of libraries (or at schools, museums, or prisons)
                                                                                          —Library Journal, June 1, 2021
                                                Publishing benefits libraries by providing high-quality content to patrons, showcasing local
                                              writers and faculty, and creating buzz for the library. These endeavors can be launched at
                                              any type and size of library, often for little to no cost. Libraries Publish teaches libraries how
                                              to publish literary magazines, book review blogs, local anthologies, picture books, library
             January 2021 ,  256pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4   professional journals, and even novels. You’ll learn how to run a writing contest or writer-
            Paperback: 978-1-4408-6943-3
             $55.00 ,  £41.00 ,  €46,00       in-residence program, form community partnerships with other literary organizations, find
            eBook: 978-1-4408-6944-0           funding, navigate legal considerations, market your publication, and more.
                                              Each chapter contains detailed information on how to start your project, including
              STEPHANIE KATZ  is technology librarian at   comprehensive checklists, recommendations for free software, and legal considerations.
            Manatee County Public Library System and   Social media strategies as well as tips for facilitating student or teen-run projects are
            founding editor-in-chief of 805 Lit + Art.
                                              also covered. If your library wants to start a publishing project, this book will be your
                                              go-to resource!
                                              •  Shows how each project fits into the mission of a library
                                              •  Offers legal information including publishing rights and author publishing agreements

                                                Healthy Living at the Library

                                              Programs for All Ages

                                                        NOAH LENSTRA
                                               “ with healthy ideas. ”
                                                 A solid purchase for librarians seeking to expand year-round programming

                                                                                       —Library Journal, January 1, 2021
                                                From garden plots to cooking classes to StoryWalks to free yoga, more and more libraries
                                              are developing innovative programs and partnerships to encourage healthy living. Libraries
                                              increasingly provide health and wellness programs for all ages and abilities, and Healthy
                                              Living at the Library is intended for library staff of all types who want to offer programs and
             June 2020 ,  225pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4   services that foster healthy living, particularly in the domains of food and physical activity.
            Paperback: 978-1-4408-6314-1
             $45.00 ,  £34.00 ,  €38,00       Author Noah Lenstra, who has extensive experience directing and advising on healthy living
            eBook: 978-1-4408-6315-8           programs, first outlines steps librarians should take when starting programs, highlighting
                                              the critical role of community partnerships. The second section of the book offers detailed
              NOAH LENSTRA  directs the Let’s Move in   instructions for running different types of programs for different ages and abilities. A third
            Libraries initiative at the University of North   section includes advice on keeping the momentum of a program going and assessing
            Carolina at Greensboro, where he is a faculty
            member of library and information studies.   program impacts. Lenstra offers tips on how to overcome challenges or roadblocks that
                                              may arise. An appendix contains resources you can adapt to get these programs off the
                                              ground, including waivers of liability, memoranda of understanding, and examples of
                                              strategic plans and assessment tools.
                                              •  Learn how to start, run, and sustain healthy living programs
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