Resources For Writers: Getting The Most From Your Library,
with Joe Mulé 

Saturday, September 21, 2019

10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Thayer Memorial Library, 717 Main Street, Lancaster, Massachusetts

“The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library.” 
― Albert Einstein

Research is a must for fiction and non-fiction writers alike, and though most people know the basic functions of a library, few know all that is available or the best way to make use of digital, historical, and special collections. Join SBWC and Thayer Memorial Library Director, Joe Mulé, for a discussion on how to make the most of your local library’s extensive print materials, technologies, and on-line resources, essential supports for your creative work. Director Joe Mulé will provide a broad overview of the bibliographic tradition of libraries in America and the challenges of retrieving knowledge in the 21st century.

Joe Mulé has served the residents of Lancaster in his role as Director of the Thayer Memorial Library for almost two decades. As media and methods to access it continue to evolve, Joe strives to integrate the Library’s resources and provide patrons access to print and digital content and technologies. In recognition of his dedication to the community in Lancaster, Joe received the Citizen of the Year award from the Perkins School. Joe lives in Lunenburg with his wife and two children.