A note on the header: “Look out, honey, ’cause I’m using technology” is from the Iggy Pop song “Search and Destroy.” As a librarian, I’m more interested in the “search” part.
I was born in Arlington, Virginia, and now live in Amherst, Massachusetts. In between, I lived in Santa Barbara, CA, attended Hampshire College in Amherst (where I studied history, literature, and education), and worked at a literary agency in New York.
Between 2010-2011, I earned my Master’s degree from Simmons College School of Library and Information Science in Boston. While I was in library school, I worked at the America’s Test Kitchen* library, as a cataloger for an MIT professor, and as an Adult Services librarian at the Wilmington Memorial Library. After library school, I worked in public libraries, first at the Robbins Library in Arlington, MA, and then at the Winchester Public Library.
*Most delicious library job ever.
I keep track of my reading with LibraryThing.
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