We were trying to make one in GA. It got out of hand, too many revisions, ideas, suggestions. Finally, we ran out of time on the grant and I killed the idea. 


On Fri, Nov 1, 2019 at 1:27 PM Peté, Sara <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hello CFB Colleagues!


Could those of you who do State Literary Maps and/or State Author Directories reply directly to me when you get a second?


Can you share your guidelines and scope of who is included in your literary map and/or author directory?

Do you partner with any other organizations, universities, etc.?

Do you update your maps constantly or once a year or…?

Do you have an advisory board?

Do you use ArcGIS StoryMaps or some other software?


Any lessons you have learned in your process are very welcome – thank you for your time!


Sara Peté | Community Outreach Librarian

Washington State Library | Office of the Secretary of State

6880 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater, Washington

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