a proliferation of literacy
April 17, 2016
Perhaps you’ve noticed the little house-on-a-post as you’re driving through the neighborhood. Perhaps you’re a regular user. In an ongoing surge of community- and literary-mindedness, the Little Free Library program, started in 2009, continues to proliferate.
In Bellingham, Washington (and probably in other cities), you can find a Google map of official and unofficial LFLs or view the photo collection assembled on Facebook by the James Street Library. For more LFL information, visit the official Little Free Library site or the LFL Facebook page.
If you have books you don’t plan to read again, or “extra” copies of your poetry chapbook, why not drop them off? You never know where your next fan will come from.
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