Meeting Mr. Dickens (Victoria, Nov./Dec. 2014)

Tea for Three (Tea Time, Nov./Dec. 2014)

Costume Drama (Victoria, Oct. 2014)

Keep Calm (Victoria, Sept. 2014)

Signed, Inscribed, and Saved (Victoria, July/August 2014)

Barefoot to Balanchine (Victoria, May/June 2014)

Rare Floral Folios (Victoria, March/April 2014)

A Winter Library (Victoria, Jan./Feb. 2014)

Classic Morrissey (The Awl, Oct. 2013)

Food for Thought (Syracuse New Times, July 2013)

Army Targets the Historic Home of Two Literary Sisters (Daily News/Page Views, March 2013)

The Warner Sisters lived on an island off West Point, New York, from 1837 until 1915. They wrote 89 books between them, including The Wide, Wide World, the first bestseller of the nineteenth century. Their historic home–and their literary legacy–is under siege.

A Rare Book Collector’s Guide to the College Library Book Sale (The Millions, Jan. 2012)

Double Fold, Double Jeopardy (The Millions, April 2011)

One Man’s Castle (New York House, Aug. 2010)

Strawberry Fields (New York House, June 2009)

Mommy, Crank it Up (Hudson Valley Parent, July 2008)

Tickle Me Reference: Elmo’s World and the Changes in our Research Environment (American Libraries, Nov. 2007)

Old Friends (WAMC Northeast Public Radio, June 2007)

A Critter for All Seasons (New York House, Feb. 2007)

Peace Moms (and Dads) (Literary Mama, Dec. 2006)