Library-Author Partnership Opportunities

Format

Individual Session

Starting date

Always Available

Duration

30 minutes or less

Price

$50

A few more words about this course

Students will learn about existing opportunities for writers to work with library systems to create a collegial dynamic.
Throughout this course you will learn about:

  • How books are acquired and purchased into library systems
  • Event opportunities with libraries
  • Conventions and conferences, swag bags, and other promotions
  • Library book displays

Anita Siraki

Librarian, writer
About
Anita Siraki is a librarian and independent scholar who graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Information in Library & Information Science. She completed a specialization in Book History and Print Culture where she examined mid-19th century American female authors focusing on Harriet Beecher Stowe and the popularity of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. As Webmaster for the Center for Renaissance and Reformation Studies at the EJ Pratt Library, she participated in several digitization projects. In addition, she is a reviewer for Booklist, has reviewed for Library Journal and other trade publications, and received the George H. Locke scholarship in 2017.
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