Are you a Wrimo?

Write the novel you want to read. National Novel Writing Month is coming...

Thank You For Making Us Great!

I think the most amazing part of public libraries is the incredible number of resources offered to patrons at no cost.

The Reading Rut

It happens to the best of us.

CENSORED: The Awakening by Kate Chopin

It’s Banned Books week again. Why do books get banned, challenged or censored?

Free to Read.

It can be shocking to find out that a favorite book has been challenged for removal, but instead of focusing on the reasons why these books have been challenged, we decided to shed light on why it is so important to have access to these titles.

"A Complete Education...For No Money"

Last week, Aimee wrote about a bunch of the ways that libraries serve the community – some of which may not be visible to everyone.

Here to Stay.

If you are reading this you’re probably not one of the people who regularly ask when libraries will become obsolete. Most of these same people have the “insight” that Google is the answer...

Looking at the Charles River

The Charles River contributed to Watertown being the first inland settlement in 1631.

The Speculative Fiction Feedback Loop

Speculative Fiction, including fantasy, science fiction and their many sub-genres, is becoming much more main stream.