Zachary FrazierSenior Editor, graduated from the University of South Carolina’s School of Library and Information.  He’s originally from Seattle, WA and now lives in Columbia, SC.  In past lives he’s been a disk jockey, street team member, debater, and bookseller.  He’s on Twitter as @wildbookchase and blogs here.

Brenna MurphyManaging Editor, is currently an online MLIS student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She works as a library assistant at an academic library. Her professional interests include reference, collection development, and marketing/communications. Her non-library interests include cooking, biking, and cats of all shapes and sizes.

Carissa Hansen, Community Manager, is a student in the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s distance LIS program. She currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota and works full-time in the Special Collections, Preservation and Digitization department of the Hennepin County Library system. She developed a love for digitization and archival work while working as an archives assistant at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where she earned her BA studying English and Family Social Science. In the past, she’s also worked in the Fargo Public Library system. Her professional interests include public service, outreach and programming, archives/special collections, digitization, metadata, literacy/information literacy, and the history of librarianship. You can reach out to Carissa online via LinkedIn or Twitter @libchans.

Anna-Sophia Zingarelli-Sweet, Consulting Editor, is a special collections cataloger currently working in a museum library in Los Angeles. She was a Contributing Writer at HLS from Fall 2013 to Fall 2014. She holds an MLIS in Archives and Information Science from the iSchool at the University of Pittsburgh and an MA from the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU. She tweets excessively @aszingarelli and tries to keep everything together in one place at aszingarelli.wordpress.com. She cares a lot about feminism and social justice, the semantic web, and her elderly cocker spaniel.


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