Academic journal article Reference & User Services Quarterly

Erratum

Academic journal article Reference & User Services Quarterly

Erratum

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Important content was omitted from the Fall 2005 Readers' Advisory column "Mark Page, Finder of Lost Books, in: The Mystery that Wasn't There" by David Wright, guest columnist. That content is reproduced here. The column in its entirety can be found on the Reference & User Services Quarterly Web site (www.ala.org/ala/rusa/rusapubs/rusq/contents/ra/advisory .htm). We apologize for this omission.--The Editors

Hip to the Score: Some Resources for Current Awareness

* Arts & Letters Daily, www.aldaily .com]

* Arts Journal, www.artsjournal.com/ publishing

* Yahoo! News: Literature & Authors, http://news.yahoo.com/fc?tmpl=fc &cid=34&in=entertainment&cat= literary_news

* Bloglines, www.bloglines.com

* LJ Digital Prepub alert, http://library journal.com

* Overbooked Starred Lists, www.over booked.org/stars/index.html

The Usual Suspects: Places to Search for Lost Books

* NoveList database, http://novelist .epnet.com

* Proquest database, www.proquest .com

* Expanded Academic ASAP, www .galegroup.com/servlet/ItemDetail Servlet?region=9&imprint=000&title Code=INFO9&type=4&id=172032

* Books In Print with Book Reviews, www. …

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