Library Director Authors book

Library Director Authors book

Marilyn A. Hudson announces the publication of a biographical history of Noel Brooks, published in December by Whorl Books-Create Space titled, Noel Brooks: A Life Shining and Burning, 1914-2006. 

Available from Amazon.com, the work looks at the life, work, and writings of the Reverend Noel Brooks as he worked with Wesleyn Methodist, Elim Pentecostal Fellowship, Bible Pattern Fellowship, and finally the Pentecostal Holiness Church Conference of Great Britain.

A portion of sales from this title will go to the upkeep of the Noel Brooks Collection in the Southwestern Christian University Library.

Marilyn A. Hudson is the Director of Library Services at Southwestern Christian University in Bethany, Oklahoma. Prior to this, she served as public services librarian for the Metropolitan Library System and as a library media specialist for Norman Public Schools. Listed in the 1997 Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, she was the 2002 recipient of the OLA Outstanding New Librarian Award, and member of the Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, Golden Key, and Phi Kappa Phi. Her general research interests are in history, especially social, religious, and church history; women’s studies; mythology, folklore and storytelling. Hudson was lead writer and editor of the book, One Night Club and A Mule Barn: The First 60 Years of Southwestern Christian University (Tate, 2006) and has previously authored, Those Pesky Verses of Paul: Examining Women in the New Testament, Elephant Hips are Expensive, and others. She received a B.A. in History and an M.L.I.S. from the University of Oklahoma.

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