In addition to the Libraries Build Communities blog, I write in lots of other places:
BlogJunction - with WebJunction colleagues.
ItGirl on Twitter - micro-blogging is great!
Print works by me (link to a full list in WorldCat.org) include:
Hill, Chrystie. 2009. Inside, outside, and online: building your library community. Chicago: American Library Association.
Hill, Chrystie. 2009. Inside Outside and Online. American Libraries. 38-41.
Hill, Chrystie, and Meredith Farkas. 2008. “What We Need”. Library Journal. 133 (16): 24-27.
Hill, Chrystie. 2006. “BACKTALK - My Neighborhood-Online”. Library Journal. 131 (9): 64.
Hill, C. R. 2005. “IN LOVE WITH TECH? We must span a new digital divide-between those librarians who lust after the new and those who have no time to”. Library Journal. 130 (20): 42-43.
Hill, Chrystie R. 2005. “Everything I Need to Know I Learned Online”. Library Journal. 130 (3): 34.
Janes, Joseph, and Chrystie Hill. 2002. “Finger on the Pulse: Librarians Describe Evolving Reference Practice in an Increasingly Digital World”. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 42 (1): 54-65.
Janes, Joseph, Chrystie Hill, and Alex Rolfe. 2001. “Ask-an-Expert Services Analysis”. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 52 (13): 1106-21.
Hill, Chrystie Renee’. 1999. Flaming youth: a cultural history of gender, class and the American cigarette. Thesis (M.A.) Sarah Lawrence College, 1999.