"And don’t you know, sisters and brothers, it is as a storage place that the library is going to die. For in a world grown - that’s right - increasingly raucous and cacophonous, the critical, instant information, communication, and education that the non-elite among us will need to survive will not come from the soft rustle of pages and the quiet stir of thoughts. Save all that for those who have already made it, working in the university libraries, the law and medical libraries, the scholars’ archives. But try to sell a people’s library on the appeal of slanting falls of light - and, honey, that light got to fall on empty chairs."
Instructional Services Librarian
Bristol Campus: E.W. King Library 214
MSLS, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 2011
BA, English, Milligan College, 2008
Recent Publications and Presentations
March 8, 2019, Presentation: "Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner: Fighting the Crusty-Dusty Critics and Naysayers One Collaboration at a Time," The Library Collective
March 4, 2016, Presentation: “Rejuvenating Library Instruction: Developing Learning Outcomes and Assessments with the ACRL Framework,” The Library Collective with Terri Artemchik, Information Literacy Librarian at Coastal Carolina University
May 22, 2015, Presentation: “Cultural Transformation: Library Style,” Appalachian College Association Professional Development Days with Erika Brammer, Dean of the Libraries at King University
Krug, E. and Phelps, D. (2014). Fiction: Science fiction, fantasy, and horror. In C. LaGuardia (Ed.), Magazines for libraries (pp. 366-70).
Krug, E. and Phelps, D. (2013). News & opinion. In C. LaGuardia (Ed.), Magazines for libraries (pp. 598-602).