Vassiliki Veros is currently a doctoral candidate in Information and Knowledge Management/Digital Information Management at the University of Technology Sydney. She has been a public library practitioner and educator since 1989 with experience in readers’ advisory, collection development and digital information services. She is a founding member of the NSW Readers’ Advisory Committee and has an ongoing interest in reader advocacy.
Her research interests are in marginalisation, library practices, reading practices, metadata interplays and metaliteracies, oracy, digital information, Public Lending Rights, romance fiction, children’s fiction, popular culture and paratexts.
Vassiliki has been a regular guest on The Blurb on ABC’s 702Sydney radio since 2013 where she discusses books, libraries, blogging and fiction with host Linda Mottram. Their discussions have included bookgroups, little libraries, fanfiction, transmedia fiction, reader review processes, as well as peculiar places to read. Vassiliki is an avid and irreverent reader who tweets as @VaVeros.
She reads. She watches. She plays.
Occasionally, she teaches.
And when her mood takes her, she writes.