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Interviewed in: The Weeding Handbook: a Shelf-by-Shelf Guide, 2nd ed. by Rebecca Vnuk. ALA Editions, 2022.

Booklist Magazine freelance reviewer Reviews of youth and adult materials. 2013 – present.

IndiePicks Children’s Reviewer  Reviewed notable and recent books for youth from independent publishers. 2018-2019.

Booklist Reader Blogger Booklists, trending topics, TV/movie tie-ins, and readers advisory.

Crossover Readers’ Advisory (ed. Jessica E. Moyer)  “Teen Science Fiction Adults Will Love!” Libraries Unlimited, 2016.

The Complete Summer Reading Program Manual: From Planning to Evaluation Chapter contributor. ALA, 2012.

Public Libraries and the Internet: Roles, Perspectives, and Implications (ed. John Bertot, Charles McClure, & Paul Jaeger)
Chapter coauthored with Erin V. Helmrich. “Plugging into Youth: Library Services in the Digital Age.”
Libraries Unlimited, 2010.

Quoted in: Risky Business: Taking and Managing Risks in Library Services for Teens
(Linda W. Braun, Hillias J. Martin, and Connie Urquhart for YALSA) ALA Editions, 2010.

The Readers’ Advisory Handbook (ed. Jessica E. Moyer and Kaite Mediatore Stover)
“How to Read a Graphic Novel in Five Minutes.” ALA Editions, February 2010.

More Than MySpace  (ed. Robyn Lupa) “Friends, fun, fads… and fear: Social networking and teens in the 21st century.” Libraries Unlimited, 2009.

The Official YALSA Awards Guidebook (ed. Tina Frolund) “Using Award Winners to Build Better Young Adult Collections.” Neal-Schuman, June 2008.

Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)

“Mainstream Protestant Christianity, Catholicism, & Orthodox Christianity UPDATE” – Oct 2010
“So You Wanna Play Games? A Start-up Guide for Gaming in the Library” – Aug. 2008
“Join My Network: A Cyber Six Pack for Educators” – Feb. 2008
“Mainstream Protestant Christianity, Catholicism, & Orthodox Christianity.” – Jun. 2006
YA Spaces of Your Dreams column: YA Book Nook, Hays Public Library – Oct. 2004

Young Adult Library Services (YALS) “Just Open the Door: Banned Books (and a librarian!) in the classroom” – Spring 2007

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