Librarians like to be given trouble; they exist for it, they are geared to it. For the location of a mislaid volume, an uncatalogued item, your good librarian has a ferret’s nose. Give her a scent and she jumps the leash, her eye bright with battle.

Librarians like to be given trouble; they exist for it, they are geared to it. For the location of a mislaid volume, an uncatalogued item, your good librarian has a ferret’s nose. Give her a scent and she jumps the leash, her eye bright with battle.

Bring it back!

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We’re starting up a new regular feature here at NFNT intended to highlight out of print titles that we think should be brought back into print (or in print in English.) So many worthy titles have been lost due to…

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That’s right, as part of the relaunch, we’ve got ourselves a home on Facebook.  Some of you may have already discovered the page (and thanks!) but just in case, you can like us and visit us here.  See you out there!

There’s a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state, the other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people.