Monday, March 21, 2011

Daily Thoughts 3/21/2011 (Poetry, Sony Reader Program)

Edmund Körner "In der Klosterbibliothek". Öl auf Leinwand. Signiert "E. Körner. Dresden" 110 x 89 cm c1910

Daily Thoughts 3/21/2011

This morning, I checked the displays and am working on the marketing material for the Sony Reader program for libraries. I already put out a couple tent cards that are available on the website. We are currently putting together a poster to go above the sample reader station.

I also spent some time on the surveys and updated the Twitter account this afternoon.  The book, The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss came in for me to read.  It is a fantasy novel.

I did some more weeding in the storage area or mezzanine today in the 800s.  It is a slow, steady process.

For April, I think I might print out some of the Poem In Your Pocket poems for a monthly poetry display.

I talked to a local poet with a book, Camouflaged Drama Finding Wholeness Through Poetic Transformations  by Mary Jones.  She is doing a Camouflaged Drama Soiree on March 28, 2011 Afterwork from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Sweet Potatoes, 393 North Avenue, New Rochelle, New York.

Web Bits

No Ebooks Without Authors

Today is World Poetry Day

Transforming Libraries At C2E2 With Greg Baldino

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