Please Do Not Remove

Please Do Not Remove Through twenty works of poetry fiction and nonfiction inspired by old library checkout cards Please Do Not Remove anthologizes Vermont s rich literary culture through the voices of established and

  • Title: Please Do Not Remove
  • Author: Angela Palm Gary Margolis Rob Friesel Hillary Read Shelagh Connor Shapiro Kate Sykes Niels Rinehart Malisa Garlieb
  • ISBN: 9781935922544
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • Through twenty works of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction inspired by old library checkout cards, Please Do Not Remove anthologizes Vermont s rich literary culture through the voices of established and emerging Vermont writers Created, curated, and edited by writer Angela Palm, the book celebrates library ephemera and a love of literature Inspired by libraries, librarians,Through twenty works of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction inspired by old library checkout cards, Please Do Not Remove anthologizes Vermont s rich literary culture through the voices of established and emerging Vermont writers Created, curated, and edited by writer Angela Palm, the book celebrates library ephemera and a love of literature Inspired by libraries, librarians, or antiquated signatures and book titles on checkout cards, Vermont writers pen characters, prose, poems, and plot lines in celebration of reading, books, and public libraries Nick Adams has carefully photographed the checkout cards shown therein Contributors include Gary Margolis, Jessica Hendry Nelson, Jericho Parms, Karin Gottshall, Tim Brookes, Daniel Lusk, Lene Gary, Erika Nichols, Penelope Cray, Rob Friesel, Shelagh Connor Shapiro, Kate Sykes, Niels Rinehart, Malisa Garlieb, David Dillon, Hillary Read, Tamra Higgins, Mary Jane Dickerson, and Emily Arnason Casey.

    • Please Do Not Remove By Angela Palm Gary Margolis Rob Friesel Hillary Read Shelagh Connor Shapiro Kate Sykes Niels Rinehart Malisa Garlieb
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    About "Angela Palm Gary Margolis Rob Friesel Hillary Read Shelagh Connor Shapiro Kate Sykes Niels Rinehart Malisa Garlieb"

    1. Angela Palm Gary Margolis Rob Friesel Hillary Read Shelagh Connor Shapiro Kate Sykes Niels Rinehart Malisa Garlieb

      Angela Palm is the author of Riverine A Memoir from Anywhere but Here Graywolf Press and winner of the 2015 Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize She edited the anthology featuring work by Vermont writers, Please Do Not Remove Wind Ridge Books Angela s writing has appeared in Ecotone, Brevity, DIAGRAM, Paper Darts, Midwestern Gothic, and elsewhere Her essay, The Devolution of Cake, and her story, Mrs Greenwood s Jelly, were nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

    131 thoughts on “Please Do Not Remove”

    1. As a contributor to Please Do Not Remove, I naturally think this anthology is terrific (wink, wink, nod, nod)! More importantly, it supports a great cause: libraries. The economically disadvantaged people of this country - especially children living in poverty, the homeless and elderly - rely on the services public libraries provide. Libraries are not just books! They're access to computers, job listings, and free assistance in the fight against income inequality, housing discrimination and raci [...]


    2. Beautiful collection inspired by library cards. Because readers have always been so well served by libraries, the common thread running through these stories and poems touches us all. The collection is beautiful and diverse, and the fact that libraries benefit from the book's profits makes me especially proud and happy to have a story included in it.


    3. A very interesting collection of stories and poetry inspired by old library check out cards. My personal favorite is "On Reading: A Meditation" by Mary Jane Dickerson.








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