How many library cards do you use in L.A. County?

Public libraries and ‘big six’ publishers fight over e-books
Ronny Calhoun looks for a book in the fiction stacks.
(Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

The Los Angeles Public Library is among the largest lenders of electronic materials in the world, just ahead of the New York Public Library. At many of the smaller library systems in L.A. County, electronic loans are surging even as physical loans remain steady.

The Times is exploring how people use L.A. County libraries. If you have one or more library cards, we invite you to share your story.

Update 11/21 5 p.m.: Submissions are now closed. Thanks for participating. If you would still like to share your thoughts, leave them in the comments below.


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