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Against the Grain V35#4

Dear Katina:

I really like your post “Tea Time with Katina and Leah.”  It will be a great addition to the website!  And I love the title that you all came up with.

The first item about SUCHO reminded me that we interviewed them awhile back.  We might want to share this link to the interview in an upcoming post — ATGthePodcast 163 – SUCHO: Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online.

Best, Tom

Tom Gilson  (Associate Editor, Against the Grain;  Head of Reference Emeritus, Addlestone Library, College of Charleston) 

Great!  I am trying to do one of those a week.  I will share the link in next week’s post, okay.  If you have anything you want us to add, please send it on!  Glad you like it!

I can’t take credit for the title!  It was Caroline Goldsmith’s suggestion!  What a great group you all are!  And I do love doing Tea Time every week!  It keeps me busy and engaged!

Thanks, Katina

Katina Strauch  (Editor, Against the Grain)  


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