The Bi-bliography, an online catalog of bisexual books, was created because "too often bisexual stories are erased completely or hidden under the LGBTQIA umbrella, making them difficult to locate." This database houses more than 1,000 books, spanning multiple genres, including: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and other "queer anthologies of various types." Various tags at the top of the page allow readers to easily search the database. For example, those looking for "historical fiction" will find more than 80 books under the tag. These book listings are organized in a chart with background information, including commentary on each book's general themes and notations if a book has won any awards. Users should note that this database "makes no judgement on the quality of works included," rather, it focuses on cataloging "all books containing bisexual content in one database." Kerri Price, who identifies as "a bisexual librarian who works in a non-library-yet-library-related setting," created and maintains the database. It is housed on LibraryThing (last featured in the 2010-05-07 Scout Report), a free service that allows individuals and organizations to create unique book cataloging projects.