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Casey Gamble


Casey Gamble is a copywriter in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has a B.S. in English: Creative Writing, a B.S., in Women and Gender Studies, and an M.I.S. with a specialization in Libraries. Before joining LovetoKnow, Casey worked in libraries - academic and public - for 9 years. She developed expertise in research, genealogy, digital preservation, and providing access to information. When she decided to switch careers and pursue her love of writing, LoveToKnow was a perfect fit for her with its mission to “make the world smarter.” In her spare time, you’ll likely find Casey on the pickleball court. What be casual hobby but is now a full-blown obsession. Casey also loves reading anything from personal improvement to true crime to a good thriller or romance novel. She values health and wellness and loves discovering new foods and drinks.


  • Librarian


  • Central Michigan University: B.S., Creative Writing
  • Central Michigan University: B.S., Women and Gender Studies
  • University of Michigan: M.I.S., Specialization in Libraries

A Love for Writing

While earning her creative writing degree, Casey specialized in writing short stories and poetry (usually horror or magical realism) and her poem, Chardonnay, was published in the Central Review. She loved workshopping her peers’ pieces during this time, so now she also works as a freelance developmental editor for fiction novels and continues to do some personal writing of her own.

Research and Libraries

Casey’s journey in libraries began in the historical library and archives at Central Michigan University where she learned how to conduct in-depth historical research using the many resources of the library. From manuscript boxes to oversized maps to microfilm and old photographs, she loved the process of helping to solve research “mysteries” for library patrons, even some who were across the country.

After this, she attended library school at the University of Michigan. She helped students and professors find credible resources for their projects, taught them how to navigate the library’s many databases, and helped with citations and bibliographies.

Once Casey got her degree, she became an Adult Services Librarian at a public library. She helped patrons create resumes and cover letters and conduct genealogical and local history research. For public programming, she taught patrons how to use computers and digital devices, and also held weekly craft programs and monthly book clubs at the local brewery.