About In the Stacks
In the Stacks is the first video book review program hosted by a librarian. Conceived by librarian Michelle Zaffino in 2008 and registered at that time, In the Stacks features 60-second episodes of Michelle’s and other guest librarians’ take on new books currently out there in the stacks. All genres are covered, from adult to teen fiction, non-fiction, fantasy and mystery. In the Stacks is the seed for a larger digital library initiative.
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About Michelle Zaffino
Michelle Zaffino has over 15 years of creative industry experience, including magazine and online publishing, writing, editing and copywriting. She worked in New York for publications such as Redbook, Elle, Sports Afield and Esquire, and while managing the research department at Marie Claire, she wrote Does Your Man Need A Makeover?, which inspired tv’s Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Now living in San Francisco, she writes copy for websites like Bare Escentuals, Men’s Wearhouse, Wild Planet, Charlotte Russe, TRIA Beauty, Sephora, Banana Republic, Dockers, Gap, Piperlime, Old Navy, Lucy Activewear and Perricone MD and has been published in Marie Claire, Redbook, Sports Afield, SEEN, Double Negative, Sportswear International, IndiePlanet, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, The Bold Italic, Her Fab Life, the Sephora blog, Eco Fashion World, Eco to the People and In the Stacks video book review. She recently completed her first teen novel, How Good It Can Be, a sequel and an historical novel. Michelle is a recent MLIS graduate who plans to see her interest in writing, books, online copywriting and computers converge in a future job in digital libraries and information architecture. Visit her blog at michellezaffino.com