Legends of Hip-Hop, Sleeping in the Library, & Walter Mosley vs. HR | Around the Web, Sept. 13, 2019

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a sleepover in a Wales library, hip-hop statuary in Queens, and protocol in a TV writers' room.

Each week, the LJ editors comb through the internet to find the best library-related news and tidbits. This week, a sleepover in a Wales library, hip-hop statuary in Queens, and protocol in a TV writers' room.

I Spent the Night at a Library in Wales, and You Can Too via Smithsonian

Why I Quit the Writers’ Room by Walter Mosley via the New York Times

Wisconsin Public Library Adds Part-Time Social Worker via US News & World Report

People Who Read Before Bed Not Only Sleep Better, but Eat More Healthily and Make More Money via Real Simple

In a Reading Slump? 20 Captivating New Books From 2019 To Snap You Out of It via Bustle

The 12 Biggest Music Memoirs Being Published This Fall via Entertainment Weekly

Love Letter to a Library by Steve Locke via SteveLocke.com

Five Collections of Classic SF Ready for Rediscovery via Tor.com

7 Must-See Dance Relics From the New York Public Library’s Archive In Motion Exhibition via Playbill

Queens Hip-Hop Heroes Immortalized in Sculpture Come to Public Library via amNewYork 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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