Court of NeptuneI’m a librarian who is truly thrilled when I can bring people together with the information they seek. When I’m not doing my vocation my avocations are cycling, organic edible landscaping and peasant cooking.

The cover art is a photo I took of the Court of Neptune, the fountain in front of the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress. The sculptor, Roland Hinton Perry, said that he tried to embody the physical joy felt in masses of rushing water in the figures of Neptune and the Naiads. I also felt that physical joy in the figure of the nymph, and it is one of my favorite photos taken on that trip.