My wife, Marci Cohen, contributed a segment to A Day in the Life: Career Options in Library and Information Science, edited by Priscilla K. Shontz and Richard A. Murray, to be published on 30 April 2007 (Amazon link). The description says:
Many people, not just those new to the field, are curious about their career options. The editors of liscareer.com have assembled 95 authors, each of whom describes a "typical" workday or work routine, sharing their joys, sorrows, and annoyances in refreshingly candid fashion. In the process, those interested in finding a similar job will be treated to useful skills, and advice across a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional jobs; in addition to public, academic, school and special libraries, consortia, associations, LIS programs, vendors, publishing, consulting and other non-library fields are covered. For library and information science students, prospective information professionals, new librarians, or anyone considering a career change.