Today marks the publication of a new blog bibliography (or "blogliography", as author Will Howard calls it) dedicated to Texas-centered historical and literary blogs. While it has been distributed to a number of sources, he has also posted it on it's own web place, called Texas Blog Notes.
We are proud that our own blog has been included in the bibliography, listed under "Architectural Preservation and Appreciation". According to Will, ours is the only general preservation blog he could locate in Texas. The others listed are dedicated to individual sites or the activities of specific organizations, locations or have a national focus. We appear to be the first, and for now the only, preservation architecture firm in Texas with a blog.
Will Howard is a retired Texana librarian who has worked Texana bibliography for over 30 years.
Howard edited a Southwestern Library Association bibliographical booklet for regional children's material, founded the Texas State Library's subject index to state government publications monthly checklist, founded and compiled the Texas Bibliographical Society's periodical "Texas Current Bibliography and Index", taught a course at UT's Library School on contemporary American publishing and book trade, and has spoken and conducted workshops on Texana, history, librarianship, conservation, book arts, publishing, and archival matters. This information was gathered from Margaret Neu's On My Nightstand blog. You can find Will's own profile here. (Is that an autoblogography? Never mind.)
Will maintains other interesting blogs, which can be viewed here: