Check out my new article in WestPac News: University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Law Library: Library Workshops Prove Popular.
Looking for something spooky to read? can't get spookier than: These Book Covers Have Been Judged: Anthropodermic Bibliopegy, or Books Bound in Human Skin WSR School of Law Library blob post.
Read "The Book Doctor’s are In!" in Kolekole, Hawaii Library Association Newsletter, pg.12.
Check out this blog post on the mysterious things you can find inside book covers- Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover(s).
...And check out the blog I wrote for the WSR School of Law Library!
Completed course on care of wooden artifacts with Elizabeth Kent (Daughter of well-known woodturning artist, Ron Kent.
I was a guest on the Read em and Weep podcast!-
August 2018: Check out the podcast- Read 'Em & Weep, Episode 2, "The Dark Side of Books," learn about all the ways that books can kill 😈☠️👻🔪! Storm Stoker, guest librarian discusses anthropodermic bibliopegy.
Storm's and Catherine Bye's display on the Nuremberg trials at the Law School Library October, 2017.
Storm and Keiko Okuhara also completed a Law Shool Lobby display for December, 2017 for “International Human Rights Day.”
Check out Storm's profile on ALA's GLRBT Round-Table
She presented Fake News: Responses and Responsibilities of Tribal Libraries at ATALM, October, 2017.
Storm attended Rare Book School on a Fellowship in June- RBS Press Release. In October 2016 she presented "Adding Context to Historical Sites: There's An App for That," at the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) Conference in Arizona. An article Storm wrote about attending ATALM was featured in Indian Life in December, 2016. She recently became a Technical Support Specialist for the William S. Richardson School of Law Library.