BPL Teen Librarians
Position: Teen Librarian, Grove Hall
Fun Fact: I love to eat pizza – all kinds of pizza. If you want to know where to get the best pizza, check out this book!
Wasting time on the internet: NYT Crossword Puzzle, UFOs/Ancient Astronaut Theory
Fun facts: I can make a suit and I’m terrible at video games.
Teen Technology Coordinator, Teen Central at Copley Square
Fun Fact: My geekdoms rest on the intersection between gaming and horror. Always down to talk trivia and escape rooms!
Position: Teen Librarian, Hyde Park Branch
Favorite Book: Umberto Eco’s Baudolino
Wasting time on the internet: News sites, flight sim forums, Formula 1 and American Le Mans, Crunchyrollopens a new window and other Anime.
Fun fact: I drive a little two seat convertible.
Position: Teen Technology Specialist, Central Library at Copley Square
Wasting time on the internet: Facebook, Watching political satire or dance videos on YouTube, reading articles on news, politics, and culture
Fun facts: I love dancing! I study and perform Middle Eastern and North African dances and am part of a Moroccan folkloric dance troupe.
Position: Teen Services Team Leader, Central Library at Copley Square
Favorite book: The Dirt by Motley Crue
Wasting time on the internet: Tmz
Fun fact: I grew up raising chickens
Wasting time on the internet: Watching B Movies on Netflix, looking up cool ideas for Dungeons and Dragons games, watching videos about space exploration on Youtube
Fun fact: I vote for the Hugo Awards, and my favorite band is the Mountain Goats.
About the Artist
Sarah Winifred Searle was born in Portland, Maine on Antonio Banderas’ 27th birthday, and from a very early age she was in a polyamorous relationship with her two greatest loves: visual storytelling and history.
At the time Sarah created the Teen Librarian art for this page, she was taking evening classes from Harvard University Extension School in Humanities and Visual Arts to turn her Associates into a Bachelors and earn an academic balance to her professional degree. She also spent her days in a little office at the Boston Public Library as Children’s Writer-in-Residence, where she was writing and illustrating a graphic novelopens a new window about family history and ghost lore from her hometown.
She spends her nights in a suburban apartment with a cat known as Kitty, a chinchilla called Creepus, and a human named Joe. And she loves her life. She truly does. Sarah created the avatars for John and Jessi.