Table of Contents for Everybody Wants Something: The Changing Face of Canadian Young Adult Librarianship


  • Mark Black Dalhousie University


youth, Canada, young adult authors, Libraries, reference services (Libraries)


Queering Space: Creating Safe Space for LGBTQ Youth in Your library, My Dog Ate It...The Internet and Other Useful Canadian Homework Tools, Youth Filmmaking in Canada, Listeners‘ Advisory: Successfully Recommending Music to Teens, The Rise of Self-Publishing, the Young Adult Novel, and Collections Development in Canada, Make Write - A Zine Workshop How-to, In Defense of Urban Fiction, Family Focus: How Family Literacy Day is Changing the Way We Read, Teen Choice (Book) Awards: The Red Maple and White Pine Program of the OLA, Book Reviews, Interview with YA author and Children‘s Editorial Assistant Suzanne Sutherland, and Our Home and Native Land: Canadian Resources for Young Adults.

Author Biography

Mark Black, Dalhousie University

Mark Black (MLIS Candidate, 2014) has a BA in English from Dalhousie. He has worked for the Coast, Street Cents, and the Smithsonian Channel and has been a contributor to Skyscraper Magazine and He has recently published his first book, NoMeansNo - Going Nowhere (Invisible Publishing). He serves as DJIM's Editorial Co-Chair and SIMSA's VP Non-Academic.