My name is Emma Carbone and I started Miss Print in August of 2007.
I’ve been an avid reader for almost as long as I can remember. I’m have a BA in English Language and Literature and minors in Art History, New York City Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies from Pace University.
I also earned my Master’s of Science in Library and Information Science (with distinction) from Pratt SILS.
I am a feminist. A lot of the posts on this site are written through a feminist lens.
I work as a YA Librarian in a public library branch in New York City. I also review titles for School Library Journal.
I served as a member of YALSA’s 2015 Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults (PPYA) Committee and as a sub-committee chair on YALSA’s 2016 Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults Fairytales Retold list.
In 2010, 2011 and 2012 I also served as a Round 2 judge for the Cybils in either Young Adult Speculative Fiction or Young Adult Fiction.
My posts here are my own and do not reflect the thoughts or opinions of anyone else including my employer.
All content (photos and words) are written by me and copyrighted by me. If you wish to quote something seen here on your own site please include my name and a link to the blog as credit.