Would you like to reduce your fine at Zigmunt Library? Would you like to express your creativity?
Natalie Long, SLC’s Director of Library Services, is offering people a chance to accomplish both next month with the inaugural Fibs for Fines.
Students, staff or faculty can write a provocatively deceptive tale explaining why your library material is late or has gone missing. Stories should be about 100 words in length and can be emailed to Long at email@example.com. Library staff have heard it all, so make sure it’s good. Make them laugh and shake their heads in wonder.
Or, if you’d rather produce a short video, that’s also fine. Please email them to Long and she’ll post them on Zigmunt Library’s Facebook site.
Stories and videos will enable fine-holders to erase as much as $20 from their library account.
Don’t have any fines, you say? Submit a story or video anyway and receive a prize.
In addition, Long will decide which story or video is best and award that person a grand prize.
Fibs for Fines officially opens April 1 (April Fool’s Day) and continues throughout the month of April.
For additional details, please email Long or call her office at (920) 686-6134.