Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Brief History of Arizoniana

Reading Arizona is such a unique project because of its Arizona-focused collection policy. Arizona is a worthy literary subject, as evidenced by projects such as OneBookAZ, the Journal of Arizona History’s Arizona 100, and the Pima County Public Libraries’ Southwest Books of the Year and original Reading Arizona map. Any state would be proud of […]

Discover Arizona’s Authors

BiblioLabs and Library Journal have partnered to present an exciting platform that will connect self-published authors with public libraries. The service, perfectly titled SELF-e, allows authors to upload their ebook files and be considered for an online collection curated by Library Journal and powered by BiblioBoard. Beta versions of SELF-e are currently being tested in […]