The Teen Librarian is a personal blog run by Matt Imrie, who is currently a school librarian but has "spent a number of years as a Children's, Teen, and Youth Services Librarian in South Africa and the United Kingdom." The blog, which is UK-based, focuses on issues relating to working with teens in a library setting, in addition to book reviews about books for young adults (YA) in the horror, crime, fantasy, and graphic novel genres. Many blog posts are authored by librarian Caroline Felding; the latest blog post (as of this writing) is entitled, " The Third Degree with Justin A. Reynolds," featuring an interview with the author of the book Opposite of Always. Other recent posts include reviews of the books Joe Quinn's Poltergeist and High Rise Mystery. In her review of High Rise Mystery, Felding said, "It isn't only brilliant because it is the first black British children's detective series for [ages] 9-12, it is brilliant because it is one of the best children's detective mysteries I have ever read!" The Teen Librarian also has a section dedicated to published articles written by Imrie and a separate monthly archive, which is available via a linked Wordpress site.