The Library Land Stage will feature authors/storytellers and the libraries they have worked with to share their stories with their local community. The format will comprise of an interview between the author/storyteller and a library representative on how the library worked to promote the individual and his or her story in the community, a reading or telling of a story by the author or storyteller, and a question and answer round for the audience. Presentation are scheduled to last no longer than 20 minutes.
There are 14 presentation slots open for this event.
This form will be open from April 1, 2019 to July 1, 2019.
Participants of the Library Land Stage will not need attend the conference or pay the guest speaker fee this year as this is the pilot year for the Library Land Stage. MLA cannot pay any costs for presenters associated with participating in the Library Land Stage. Partner libraries can sponsor the Library Land Stage or sponsor at any level if they choose.
See the MLA Annual Conference webpage for more information on attendance and registration fees (http://molib.org/conference/mla2019/).