Ex-library employee fired in 2008 for book sues

A former Ludington library employee who was fired in 2008 for writing a book that describes a range of unpleasant patrons is suing. The federal lawsuit claims "Library Diaries' author Sally Stern-Hamilton was "fired for engaging in protected speech.' in Grand Rapids. Using the pen name Ann Miketa, Stern-Hamilton wrote the book she described as a fictional account based on her on-the-job experiences.
AP Wire
Aug 1, 2011

 

A former Ludington library employee who was fired in 2008 for writing a book that describes a range of unpleasant patrons is suing.

The federal lawsuit claims “Library Diaries” author Sally Stern-Hamilton was “fired for engaging in protected speech.” in Grand Rapids.

Using the pen name Ann Miketa, Stern-Hamilton wrote the book she described as a fictional account based on her on-the-job experiences.

 

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