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This year, the Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center and its Black Heritage Reference Center will be celebrating their 50th anniversary—an important milestone for Queens...

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Katy Butler (photo by Cristina Taccone)
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Katy Butler lives in California, but she feels a connection to Queens. In 2014, she spoke at Jamaica Hospital about death and dying. Butler’s first book, Knocking on Heaven’s Door, was...

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Pat Cummings
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Pat Cummings has always loved libraries. They were places where she could follow up on any topic that she was curious about—and after her mother became a librarian, she spent even more time...

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Sabina Khan
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Sabina Khan’s first experience at libraries was reading books to improve her language skills when she moved from Germany to Bangladesh. She spent time at the British Council Library and her...

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Michelle Knudsen
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Michelle Knudsen may be the author of a series about a demon posing as a librarian, but she loves libraries and has since childhood. “I still remember the wonderful rush of possibility I felt...

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