Articles by Heather Teysko

About Heather Teysko (3 Articles)
Heather Teysko is formerly the Assistant Director of the Califa Library Group where she led the team in creating the enki library, the world's first statewide shared collection of ebooks purchased directly from publishers on a platform built by libraries. She is now living in Spain where she writes about ebooks and libraries, consults with writers and publishers on selling to libraries, and produces a podcast on Renaissance English History, which is heard by over 120,000 people each month. She is at

NYPL and Library Simplified

5 August, 2015 // 7 Comments

New York is a place known for risk taking, for innovation, for not being satisfied with the status quo. Nowhere is that as evident in the library world as with the New York Public Library, and their [Read More ...]

Libraries as Innovation Hubs

17 January, 2015 // 4 Comments

a guest post by Heather Teysko When most people, even book publishers and ebook readers, think of libraries they often still bring up the image of the shushing librarian among her stacks of dusty [Read More ...]