The Marshall Writers’ Guild has just released the latest anthology edition of Deep Roots in Missouri. We have copies available for purchase at the library for $12 a copy. We also have a few copies of the previous publication, The History of People and Places, Prose & Poetry – 20th Anthology at $10 a copy. Both of these books would make wonderful Christmas gifts . You can reserve a copy by calling 660-886-3391 or pick up a copy at our curbside window.
Please join us in support of this wonderful group of local talented writers. Thank You…!!!
Check out Marshall Public Library’s newest eBook and audiobook resource, Axis 360! Patrons who enjoy the Libby App and MoLib2Go services will love Axis 360. The Marshall Public Library has partnered with several other rural Missouri Libraries to provide our patrons with shorter wait times for popular bestsellers. Follow the link below to start browsing today!
Our catalog now has an app for your smartphone! You can place holds on books in our library and other member libraries throughout Missouri and pick them up curbside. To use this app, you must have a library card. Search for ‘Missouri Evergreen’ in your app store to get started. If you have any questions about logging in to the mobile app please e-mail email@example.com
“Blue Licker: A Garden For Mama” by Charles Petty and Beverly Petty.
Enjoy this tale about growing up in the Blue Lick bottoms near the Blackwater River, not far from the town of Blue Lick, MO.
A charming collection of stories about growing up along the Missouri River in the years following World War II. Chuck and Beverly take you back in time to tell a story of a time almost forgotten, by a generation never to be seen again. A time where life was hard but simple. Story of two small children and a Mother that meant the world to them (description from Amazon).
Writing Local History Today guides local historians through the process of researching, writing, and publishing their work. Mason & Calder present step-by-step advice to guide aspiring authors to a successful publication and focus not only on how to write well but also how to market and sell their work. Highlights include:
Discussion of how to identify an audience for your writing project
Tips for effective research and planning
Sample documents, such as contracts and requests for proposals
Discussion of how to use social media to leverage your publication
Discussion of the benefits and drawbacks to self-publishing
An essay by Gregory Britton, the editorial director of John Hopkins University Press, about financial pitfalls in publishing
This guide is useful for first-time authors who need help with this sometimes daunting process, or for previously published historians who need a quick reference or timely tip.