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Jason Fenimore <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 23 Sep 2021 14:44:55 -0400
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Wherever you put it I would recommend the State’s new Poet Laureate - 
Julia Bouwsma (a librarian and farmer).
She has published two books: */Midden/* and */Work by Bloodlight/**.

Jason Fenimore
Reference Librarian
Louis B. Goodall Memorial Library
952 Main St.
Sanford, ME  04073


On 9/23/21 12:53 PM, Sue McClintock - Carver Library wrote:
> What do you think about poetry? I've seen some places (including here,
> before I arrived) that put everything in 811, no decimal, and others use
> the decimal to divide by era, e.g. 811.54. I can see an argument either
> way. I should decide soon if I'm going to change it, before I get too far
> down one path...
> Thoughts? Secret catalog geek hangouts I should pester instead? Thank you!
> Best,
> Sue
> Sue McClintock
> Library Director
> Carver Memorial Library
> 12 Union St. / P.O. Box 439
> Searsport, ME 04974
> 207-548-2303
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