Eccentric authors

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It takes a lot of imagination to pen a novel, and many authors spend most of their days stuck inside their own heads, creating...

A win for interlibrary loans

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Thanks to the Virus That Shall Not Be Named, this article has been delayed somewhat – I was originally going to publish it in...

Emotional attachments to fictional characters

One of my favourite shirts has a caption on it that says ‘I am overly attached to fictional characters’. I often get called a...

Let’s get topical

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It’s a little surreal, to be living through history, to know that one day our children will be taught about the events of today...

The evolution of our library service

When the Federal Government made the call to close libraries to the public, I faced the challenge of implementing a contactless library service for...

An introvert’s guide to isolating

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I know, I know, it’s kind of hard to believe that I’m an introvert but I actually am. Whilst I do a pretty good...

A link in the chain

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I’ve always been a big advocate for the saying that libraries are more than just books. Not only do we have other resources to...

Television testimonials

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There are very few people out there who haven’t sat down and binged on a TV series over the course of a weekend or...

Baa Baa Black Sheep: Innocent nursery rhyme?

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“Baa baa black sheep have you any wool?” “Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full. One for the master, and one for the dame, And one for...

A New Year’s reading resolution

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It’s that time of the year again when many of us make half-hearted promises to change our bad habits: eat better, spend less, be...

Luscious libraries in literature

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It won’t come of much of a surprise to you that writers not only love books, but they also seem to love libraries. It...

Community

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When I’m asked what it is that I enjoy most about my job at the Bindoon Library, my reply is absolute and immediate –...