Librarians Who Write: How Librarian/Authors Will Thomas and Eleanor Kuhns Juggle Two Careers

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“A library is a natural place for an author” says Will Thomas, author of a series of Victorian-era novels featuring a private enquiry agent who is interested in social issues. Eleanor Kuhns believes “most librarians either wanted to write or are closet writers now.” Read more about what these librarian/authors have to say.

Wearing Two Hats at ALA: Author and Librarian | ALA Annual 2012

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Wearing Two Hats at ALA: Author and Librarian | ALA Annual 2012

Mystery Reviews | May 1, 2012

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Mystery Reviews | May 1, 2012

Q&A: Eleanor Kuhns, author of A Simple Murder

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Q&A: Eleanor Kuhns, author of A Simple Murder

Librarians Who Write: At BEA and Beyond

Librarians Who Write: At BEA and Beyond

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