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The Role of a Public Librarian and How the Library System Works in Australia with Emily Paull

Emily Paull is a former bookseller turned passionate librarian from Perth, Western Australia. She writes short stories and historical fiction, and was highly commended in the 2021 Fogarty Literary Award for her historical fiction manuscript, The Good Daughter. Her debut collection of short stories, Well-Behaved Women was also published by Margaret River Press in 2019. 

In the 34th episode of The HYBRID Author Podcast host Joanne Morrell, author of children’s and young adult fiction and short non fiction for authors chats with Emily about the role of a public librarian and how the library system works in Australia. 

Emily shares her expertise on:

  • what book weeding is 
  • ELR, PLR and DLR payments
  • hosting paid author events at libraries 
  • forging relationships with your local librarian 
  • her author adventure and much more. 

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