Thanks all for such a great call on Wednesday. One of the things we discussed is the need to have this list serve, titled Center for the Book State Centers Communication <[log in to unmask]>, properly reflect the State Centers for the Book coordinators. We clarified that the Letters About Literature coordinators should be on a separate list. We also noted some names have changed and we should have the most up to date information. We ask for that now.
1. If you are on here and are a State Center for the Book (CFB) Coordinator = do nothing
2. If you are on this list and are a Letters About Literature coordinator (and not a State CFB coordinator) = email us directly and let us know that.
3. If you are listed below and are not (or no longer) the State CFB = please let us know that as well. If there is someone else that should be added, we can do that.
4. If you are not listed below and are a State Center for the Book (CFB) Coordinator = email us directly and let us know that
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Curtis R. Rogers
Edwina A. Murphy
James S. Baumlin
John Y. Cole
Karen J. Starr
Mary Ellen Ducey
Mary Jo Ryan
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Tracy Carr Seabold
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Pam Jackson, PhD
Director, Center for the Book
101 Independence Avenue, S.E.
Washington, DC 20540-1400
The Library of Congress Center for the Book, which includes the Young Readers Center and Poetry and Literature Center, promotes books and libraries, literacy and reading, and poetry and literature knowing that they are the best tools for creating and sustaining informed and engaged societies and the best weapons against ignorance and intolerance.
Visit us at:
The Center for the Book www.read.gov/cfb
The Young Readers Center www:read.gov/yrc/
The Poetry & Literature Center www.loc.gov/poetry
The National Book Festival www.loc.gov/bookfest/