Robert M. Sarwark is a librarian, independent scholar/writer, and consultant residing in Atlanta, Georgia. Currently, he is a 2018-2019 Visiting Fellow in Publishing History at Harvard University's Houghton Library. Sarwark is originally from Chicago, Illinois and is responsible for the following work:
- AITA Cape Verde (2012-present), a travel and information consultancy specializing in the Cape Verde Islands, West Africa;
- Bibliography of the Damned (2017-present), a book-by-book journey through the Catholic Index of Forbidden Books;
- Intellectual Freedom Blog (2017-present) -- monthly contributions to the blog of the American Library Association's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF);
- Tiki Core Records (2013-present) -- A&R (artists and repertoire) and general management of an independent, vinyl-focused record label;
- Small House Songs (2014-present) -- song lyrics, composition, and A&R at a boutique Chicagoland audio production facility/publisher;
- Glocal Notes (2014-2016) -- contributions to and editorial oversight for the blog of the International & Area Studies Library at the University of Illinois (UIUC);
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