You know what happens when your friends and colleagues get their issue of American Libraries before you do?
You get a lot of "you're in American Libraries!"...and you have no idea what is said.
What a relief when it's something great!
It's the August/September 2009 issue (as of this writing, not yet up at their website.)
On page 59 is Learning with Blogs by Mary Ellen Quinn. Many rock-star blogs are listed; and there is Pop Goes the Library!! Quinn's succinct analysis: "it's fun." AND THEN, it gets even better, because it mentions the contributors to Pop and their blogs: Carlie and her blog, Librarilly Blonde; Melissa and her blog, Librarian by Day; and me and Tea Cozy.
I'm not sure what is more thrilling; Pop being listed in the article, or our cluster of blogs being called fun.
So, thank you, Mary Ellen Quinn and American Libraries; and readers who have found their way to Tea Cozy -- pull up a chair, have a cup of tea (or pumpkin spice latte!) and enjoy yourself.
© Elizabeth Burns of A Chair, A Fireplace & A Tea Cozy
Also known as A Chair, A Fireplace, & A Tea Cozy. Or just Tea Cozy. Talking about books, TV shows, movies.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
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Congratulations, Liz. That's very cool! And certainly much deserved (especially the fun part).
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