Because you are an active blogger in the school-librarian community, the editors of American Libraries would appreciate adding your voice to the magazine's May story about media specialists who blog.
We hope this followup feature will rectify the omission of school-librarian voices from the March 2007 feature "Mattering in the Blogosphere."
As we did in the March feature, American Libraries will compile a cross-section of responses to questions in the May 2007 print edition. However, because I'm about to invite LM_NET subscribers to suggest questions by Monday, Mar. 26 for which they'd like to read school-librarian bloggers' replies, the actual questions will be sent to you on Tuesday, March 27, with answers to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, March 29 at 9 p.m. Central time. We'll also need a high-resolution color photo of you (at least 300 dpi at 4 inches wide).
Looking forward to your help in making American Libraries' coverage of this topic more inclusive.
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P.S. By the way, your letter is appearing in the April 2007 American Libraries.
Sort of redeems by faith in human nature. So, OK, LMSs - what do you want to know about school library blogs and bloggers?