1. Big Doings in Tucson
REFORMAs second national conference starts tomorrow in the
Old Pueblo and runs till Sunday. Flaco hopes youll be
there. He, regrettably, is en el norte doing the bidding of
the ailing Jefe and Jefa, but the prison paper he planned to present
will be read during Dr. Clara Chus panel, From the Margins
to the Center.
If youll be in Tucson for RNC2 <http://www.ala.org/news/archives/v5n19/reforma2000.html>,
surely one of the most important library conferences in many years,
your SOL sisters & brothers would love to hear about what you
do & learn there. Dont be shy! Share your
smarts; its a darn good feeling.
2. Those Harder-to-Find Harlequins
From: Marge Fauver, firstname.lastname@example.org
I am able to order two Harlequin series (Deseo & Bianca) through
our jobber but not the other two: Jazmin & Julia. It is rumored
these can be ordered from a distributor in Miami. Does anyone know
of a source for a standing order for these two Harlequin series?
Marge Fauver, Librarian
Eastside Branch, Santa Barbara Public Library
1102 E. Montecito Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Phone 805-963-3727, Fax 617-344-0433
"So many things have made living and learning easier. But the
haven't changed. It is still best to be honest and truthful; to
most of what we have; to be happy with simple pleasures and to be
and have courage when things go wrong"- Laura Ingalls Wilder.
3. Welcome, New SOListas
Quite a lot of newcomers hooked up with our pandilla this
week, so I encourage them to send along an introduction and maybe
a question or suggestion. Whats on your mind, whatve
you done lately that you want to brag about, whats puzzling
you? In short, whassup? This goes for
the rest of yall, too