Richard D. Burbank is music catalog coordinator and associate professor of library administration at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He holds a master’s degree in music from Manhattan School of Music and a master’s degree in library service from Columbia University. His fields of interest include music bibliography, biobibliography, and ocean liner history.
Tom Glynn is a reference librarian and the Anglo-American history and political science selector at Alexander Library, Rutgers University Libraries. He holds an undergraduate degree in history from the University of Chicago and master’s degrees in history and in library science from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He is currently completing a dissertation on the history of public libraries in New York City during the nineteenth century.
Kornelia Tancheva holds a doctorate in drama and theater from Cornell University and an M.L.S. in information science from Syracuse University. She is the instruction coordinator at Mann Library, Cornell University, and has taught courses in drama, theater, literature, and ESL at Cornell, Ithaca College, and SUNY Binghamton. Her current research focuses on social informatics.