M. Kasper Responds to Page 26 of The Source

Sub-sub editor’s Note: M. Kasper is a reference librarian by day/semester at Amherst College, and by night/summer makes books like Open-Book (just out from Ugly Duckling Presse) or All Cotton Briefs, which, this sub-sub noticed, has 26 pages. And so, in response to p. 26 of The Source, we asked permission to reprint one of our favorites, which Kasper kindly granted. Voilà:

The back of our edition (North American Review, 1985)–26 pieces, expanded from 20 Trial Briefs (Fault Press, 1981)–has a commendation from Christopher Middleton (“A Kasper a Day Keeps the Moodles Away”) which has taken on a double meaning now that Moodle is the “e-learning platform” for so many of our modern library school classes.

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