Aside from its excellent choice of title – the Interference Archive also has one of the best slogans of any collection: Preservation through Use. I met with volunteer librarian Vero Ordaz in Brooklyn… Continue reading
Charlie Macquarie is an archivist and artist formerly of Nevada, now resident of Bay Area. He has an awesomely titled library-archive project called: A Library of Approximate Locations and Location Approximations through the… Continue reading
*front image credit: Courtesy of Helen Horgan 2011
[The following is an edited conversation with Rick and Megan Prelinger about their archive space in San Francisco which took place on May 20, 2015] Every wednesday, The Prelinger library opens to the… Continue reading
BIBLIODRONE — Nomadic Bookseller In Oakland, CA. BIBLIODRONE from Hell de Baño on Vimeo.
Why, hello America! I had barely hit the Los Angeles tarmac and fellow Librarium Lea Simpson, who recently relocated to LA, whisked me away downtown to the FLOW Feminist Library on Wheels. RAD. It… Continue reading