Ezra Letson graduated from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2017, with a Bachelors of Arts in English and minors in both Literature and British Studies. He then pursued a Masters in Information and Library Science from Appalachian State University, and was awarded the degree in May 2020.
He currently works two day jobs (one as a Library Assistant and another as a Barista) in North Carolina, and spends much of his free time reading and writing, as one might expect of a library assistant and aspiring novelist. A self-described enthusiastic scholar, he has made an effort to read more nonfiction since graduating, so as to continue learning about his favorite topics; his particular areas of interest include Medieval English History, Forensic Science, Prohibition Era America, and LGBTQ+ Studies.
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(Note: This is one of a few blog posts I’ve decided to republish here, from a course journal blog I put together as part of my MLIS graduate program. I’m thinking I’d like to do more posts like these in the future, and so I’m reposting these as a sort of inspiration/reminder for myself! Original … Continue reading Graduate Journal Reprint: The Library and LGBTQ+ Literature, Reader Representation and Recognition
So far this year, I’ve managed to read a book a week – we’ll see if this keeps up! – and even better, all four titles were ones I enjoyed. One of them especially so; you can imagine my surprise when, two weeks into January, I found myself sure I’d just read one of my … Continue reading Reading Recap: January 2022
Hey, look, it’s another booklist (and, later on, some musings about Book Riot’s 2022 Read Harder Challenge)! Instead of doing my usual charade of writing up a list of specific titles I’d like to read this upcoming year – just for me to ignore it in favor of whatever books catch my eye in the … Continue reading What I’d Like to Read in 2022