This article makes me mad: 'A library employee in this Lake Michigan resort community has been fired for writing a book that describes a range of unpleasant patrons, from the merely unpleasant to online sex fiends, in a town she calls "Denialville." Using the pen name Ann Miketa, Sally Stern-Hamilton wrote "Library Diaries," which she describes as a fictional account based on her on-the-job experiences.' She was fired! For writing a fictional book! I can guarantee you those crazy library patrons are found in all libraries, all around the world (sometimes there is truth in stereotypes, no kidding, I've seen them). She brings up a good point: 'Stern-Hamilton said what happened to her goes against the spirit a library is supposed to represent. "The absolute irony is that the public library is a pillar of free speech, and leads me to wonder why the administration is so upset. It's fiction," she said.' Stupid.