Monday, January 4, 2016


In the long, end of the year season, we here at clerkmanifesto, as usual, had several things to say about my life working at a great, wonky, busy, near urban public library. But although I am rigorous in my a-new-post-every-day discipline, just completing a clean sheet year of 365 posts, I reluctantly, painfully understand, or pretend to understand, that not everyone can strictly keep up with my daily missives, especially during such a busy, social season as we have just finished. And so I thought it would be nice of me to briefly sum up the last several weeks postings to quickly catch you up.

And here it is:

I have no New Year's Resolutions for myself, but I have plenty for other people.

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