I'm so excited. While processing new* books so they're ready on Monday for the first day of school, I discovered that in Alexandria's "Items" window, if you click on the Categories tab you can put a bibliography heading/title in the "Bibliography" field. This changes EVERYTHING, man.
I love creating and maintaining bibliographies, and I make bookmarks with them, small enough to print 3 per sheet on regular-size paper. But that means I can only fit so many titles per list. I have a few "expanded" lists (sci-fi, and horror), which I do a tri-fold thing for. But that takes up a whole sheet per list.
I really like doing unusual subject lists, like, "Recommended if you like Tim Burton," or "Read the Movie," or "Frequently Challenged and/or Banned Books," but those subjects aren't going to already be in the MARC records.
This is why the "Bibliography" field I discovered is exciting. For example, I was processing a copy of David Brin's The Postman, so I put "Read the Movie" in the Bibliography field. That's a new list I'm working on, and I can tag as many books as I WANT with that heading! And at any time I can call up a complete bibliography just by typing "Read the Movie" in a keyword search.
Trust me, this is RAD.
*Most of them aren't really new, they're donated. Because we have exactly $0 for a book budget. But at least they're new to us. And I clean them and put protective film over the covers.