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posted on 04 Nov 2017

A Day in the Life of a Prison Librarian by Andrew Hart

This article has been published on Public Libraries Online. It begins:

When someone mentions a prison library, some might picture a small, dark room in the bowels of a prison, a weary librarian toiling among old and outdated material, prisoners creeping among the stacks, guards alert for any sign of trouble. At least, that is how I pictured a prison library. That was before I worked in one for two years.

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