M. G. Maloney attended Dominican University’s Library & Information Studies Program in suburban Chicago where she earned a master’s degree in Library and Information Science. She curated and co-edited Snapshot/50: The Johnston Community 1969-2019 (EBHON Press, 2019) in celebration of Johnston’s 50th anniversary. M. G. served as a consultant on Fronterazine: It Works Both Ways/Bien en Ambos Lados, a project of the University of Redlands and Universidad Autónoma de Baja California/IIC-Museo during its inaugural year. M. G.’s primary interests include: media literacy; primary source research; open educational resources. M. G. currently teaches courses on community organizing, zines, the Riot Grrrl revolution, and sponsors creative individualized studies. As a librarian, M. G. manages Johnston’s collection of community archives and free library. As an administrator, M. G. engages students’ experiential learning through Johnston’s student employment program; edits The Coz McNooz alumni newsletter; produces the Kathryn Green Lecture series.