Tag: Anne Lamott
How I Got to Now: A Librarian Year
This week I celebrated my one-year anniversary of librarianship. In my application essay for library school I wrote that I’d been a frequent library user for most of my life, yet had never considered working in one until recent epiphanies changed my outlook. Perhaps I thought of it like working at a movie theater—another regular […]
DDC 240-249: Ain’t your mama’s Christian writing
A Teach Me How To Dewey production This Is How We Dewey: 240 Christian moral & devotional theology 241 Moral theology 242 Devotional literature 243 Evangelistic writings for individuals 244 No longer used—formerly Religious fiction 245 No longer used—formerly Hymnology 246 Use of art in Christianity 247 Church furnishings & articles 248 Christian experience, practice, […]
Doing Unspeakable Acts To E.T.
I stopped by Half-Price Books the other day hoping to get lucky. After perusing the record collection as usual, I ventured into the clearance section. I’m a bad book buyer because I’m so indecisive and there are so many classics I have yet to read that I eventually get overwhelmed and end up not buying […]