Every quarter, our online magazine Perspectives on Reading spotlights stories from around the reading world. Our team of writers have talked about why it’s so important to encourage boys to read, interviewed radio personality Elvis Duran and shared statistics showcasing the success behind self-publishing. We’ve also heard about how categorizing a school library by genre boosted reading and why nonfiction picture books aren’t just for kids. All of these stories and more can be found at perspectivesonreading.com.

We’ll be releasing the next edition of Perspectives on Reading this spring, and we want to hear your thoughts and ideas! We’re now accepting story submissions, so if you have something you’d like to discuss or see featured you can provide the details here. Whether it’s a unique program you think other libraries can adopt, how schools are evolving their approach to reading or a member of your community who’s making a big impact, we want to know about it!

We’ll be accepting story ideas over the next few weeks, so if there’s something you want the reading world to know about, let us know!