Three For Texas -- L-R - Janice Law, Dr. Tom Staley, Director of
Center, Austin, and Roberta Shaffer, Associate Librarian of Congress,
visit about Texas before Dr. Staley’s D.C. presentation.
Fair Use is OK - Rob Kasunic, Dep. Counsel of the U.S.
Copyright Office, chats with AWWNM founder Janice Law
after his November 14, 2012 AWWNM presentation.
Kasunic Explains 4 Factors - Rob Kasunic, Dep. Counsel for the U.S.
Copyright Office, lectures to an AWWNM audience on the 4 factors
courts use in deciding Fair Use cases.
As AWWNM began: Janice Law, founder, in front of AWWNM’s
D.C. startup rented space
“Dirty Secrets” Gardening Writers (L-R) Kathy Jentz, Cheval Force Opp, Elizabeth
Olson, and Barbara Glickman
Flower Power: AWWNM’s August 14, 2012 garden writers
(L-R) Barbara Glickman, Janice Law (AWWWNM Founder), Cheval Force Opp,
Kathy Jentz, Elizabeth Olson
Derring-Do and Nancy Drew Us In
L-R: AWWNM Founder Janice Law, Elizabeth Foxwell, Moderator,
Kathy Harig, Ann Hudak, Leona Fisher
Leona Fisher (associate professor of English emerita, Georgetown University) discusses Mildred Wirt Benson, author of the first seven Nancy Drew novels and numerous other novels in the series, and her complex relationship with the Stratemeyer Syndicate.
(MP3 file, 6.24 min.)
Kathy Harig (Mystery Loves Company, Oxford, MD) talks about the role of author Chassie West in the Nancy Drew series
(MP3 file, 4.05 min.)
Ann Hudak (curator, "Nancy Drew and Friends" exhibition, University of Maryland-College Park) reads an infamous quote by a librarian regarding the "dangers" of the Stratemeyer Syndicate.
(MP3 file, 1.10 min.)
The panelists discuss the reactions of librarians and the public to the Nancy Drew series.
(MP3 file, 2.27 min.)