Over a year ago we launched Perspectives on Reading, our quarterly online magazine that focuses on trends in the reading world. In that time, we’ve had stories about using video games as a literacy tool and how to read like a writer, not a reader. We’ve taken readers into the world of Denver’s Tattered Cover Book Store and behind the scenes at Penguin Random House with Skip Dye. Our team of writers has interviewed James Holzhauer about his Jeopardy! streak and discussed the data behind audiobooks’ continued growth. All of these stories and more can be found on perspectivesonreading.com.

So many of the articles and essays that appear in Perspectives on Reading came from librarians and booklovers. It’s time to plan the fifth edition of Perspectives on Reading and we want to hear from you. Has your library had a unique program you want to share? Do you have reading success stories from your school or classroom? Is there some element about your book-related job you think more people should know about? Whatever it is, we want to hear about it!

We will be accepting story ideas over the next few weeks, so if there’s something you think the reading world needs to know about, please send us your story submission.