Libraries are amazing!
Comic books are amazing!
But for, well essentially, forever they haven’t been able to work out their differences. When you want to check out Promethea – do you look under the author, Alan Moore? The illustrators, J.H. Williams III & Mick Gray? What if you’re just trying to see if there’s a John Constantine crossover? (There isn’t)
Figuring out how to catalog comics could extend their reader access in local libraries. That’s where our survey comes in! And it’s rapidly coming to a close – so if I already sold you, hop off here:
Okay, so CBLDF protects the First Amendment rights of comic book readers, retailers, and creators. That’s you. But no matter what we do, the best way to fight censorship on a daily basis is to improve access. And libraries are the perfect place to do that. They are open to everyone and the price is right. So if you want to fight censorship and improve access to comics for everybody – take the survey:
Yeah, there’s no second link to the librarian survey. They all hopped off the first time around. It’s just how they roll.
The last day of the survey is Friday, March 23. The more responses we get, the better the information. Make your voice heard, and stand up for comics for everybody.