Margret Aldrich

Margret Aldrich is a writer and recovering book editor who has worked with authors from American Indian activist Winona LaDuke to punk-rock guitar legend Cheetah Chrome. (They were equally intense and equally fantastic.) She is also a former editor, blogger, and librarian at Utne Reader, a magazine celebrating the best of the alternative press. Based in Minneapolis, Margret is a devoted Little Free Library owner who wonders what to do when a Sarah Palin biography shows up in one's LFL. Her book about Little Free Libraries—and how they spark community, literacy, and creativity around the world—came out from Coffee House Press in April. Twitter: mmaldrich

The 12-Book Program: A Holiday Survival Guide

15 Awesome Books in My Little Free Library

What Do Booksellers Read? Part 2

Missed Connections: That Time I Got Stood Up By Dave Eggers

What Do Booksellers Read?

4 Not-to-Be Missed Bookish Kickstarters

What Do Editors Read? Part 2

The Floating Libraries of Minnesota and New York

What Do Editors Read?

Literary Cocktail Recipes: Summer Edition

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books We Read in June

What Do Librarians Read? Part 2

What Do Librarians Read?

10 Super-Cool Books from Reading Rainbow