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The Wicked Library is a Parsec Award winning show featuring horror fiction stories from upcoming, new, independent and bestselling authors. Our Tales of terror are read by Host / Producer, Daniel Foytik and other popular voice actors and feature custom music to bring the stories to life. Each episode features the work of some of the best voices in independent horror fiction. Authors of all types have contributed stories, like Jessica McHugh, KB Goddard, C. Bryan Brown, Stephanie Wytovich, an ...
 
Home to the world's largest collection of Shakespeare materials. Advancing knowledge and the arts. Discover it all at www.folger.edu. Shakespeare turns up in the most interesting places—not just literature and the stage, but science and social history as well. Our "Shakespeare Unlimited" podcast explores the fascinating and varied connections between Shakespeare, his works, and the world around us.
 
The Library Leadership Podcast features real library leaders discussing the most important issues in libraries today. We hope it becomes a resource for everyone navigating the fast-paced world of information service provision. Adriane Herrick Juarez is the Executive Director of the Park City Library in Utah. She believes library leadership is an ever-evolving practice that is enhanced through thought-provoking conversations and the sharing of ideas.
 
Personal freedom, political liberty, and free speech - defended by force of arms, if necessary. Welcome to "The Resistance Library" from Ammo.com, where we believe that arming our fellow Americans – both physically and philosophically – helps them fulfill our Founding Fathers' intent with the Second Amendment: To serve as a check on state power.
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
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Cairo fala sobre a privatização das vacinas contra a COVID no Brasil, o caso de pedofilia na ICAR que gerou indenização milionária na Austrália e o início da seleção de elenco para a 4ª temporada de Dragula. Notícias Quebrando vai ao ar às 2ªs de manhã, no feed e no YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thelibraryisopenpodcast Download do episódio: http…
 
'An Idle Fellow' is an almost surreal short story or scrap with hidden symbology penned in 1894 or thereabout by American writer Kate Chopin. This is a story of two boys: one studies books about languages and other is idle. Other boy has one quality, he sees at people's faces and tells about what're their problems etc.. It tries to reinforce the id…
 
We present another episode of The Darkness in Between, our interseasonal entertainment, with a dark tale written by Christi Nogle told by Addison Peacock. When a young girl finds herself in trouble, she runs away from home. She knows her family will be looking for her and understands hiding is the only way to stay...…
 
We present another episode of The Darkness in Between, our interseasonal entertainment, with a dark tale written by Christi Nogle told by Addison Peacock. When a young girl finds herself in trouble, she runs away from home. She knows her family will be looking for her and understands hiding is the only way to stay safe from their "help". Host / Pro…
 
Don’t know where to start with an acclaimed author? Welcome to the first of a new series on The Community Library: Author Spotlight! This first episode is about YA contemporary author Elizabeth Acevedo. I talk about her career as an author, give you a rundown of all three of her novels, plus I recommend where to start with her works. I hope you enj…
 
Justin Brouckaert is the author of the hybrid chapbook SKIN (Corgi Snorkel Press, 2016). His writing has appeared in Passages North, The Rumpus, Catapult, DIAGRAM, Smokelong Quarterly, Prairie Schooner and Bat City Review, among many other publications. In the world of Love Stories, the seams of reality have been subtly loosened. Brouckaert evokes …
 
Oh my gosh, Jess Montgomery can come back any old time she wants. We talked about the third book in her Kinship series, The Stills. Here is the series in order: The Widows, The Hallows, The Stills, but the beauty of these books is that you don’t have to read them in order. Family, friendship, kinship. That’s what this historical fiction mystery ser…
 
Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2017/04/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-april-7th-you-better-run-to-the-city-of-data-refuge-episode-339/ First broadcast April 7 2017. "We like data here at Lost in the Stacks."
 
We had a great time answering some questions from you, our listeners! We tried to get all the details here but definitely take a listen to get all the answers! Support our podcast by contributing to our Patreon page! Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter!! Book that most changed your life East of Eden by John Steinbedk - Jamie The Power of One…
 
NOTE: SIGNED BOOKS ARE NOW SOLD OUT. ALL TICKETS BOUGHT AFTER 5:50 P.M (EST) ON EVENT DAY ARE FOR ENTRY WITH AN UNSIGNED BOOK INCLUDED. PURCHASE TICKETS In conversation with musician, novelist, and teacher Wesley Stace ''One of rock's MVPs since the mid-Sixties'' (Rolling Stone), Richard Thompson is a beloved singer, songwriter, and guitarist. His …
 
My thoughts on a wonderfully fascinating tale by Marie Brennan. A Natural History of Dragons takes you on a journey to discover the secrets of a great beast, alongside a wonderful protagonist. You can find the book at the link below. A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent
 
This month’s online presentation features Loreen Lilyn Lee, Euphrates Moss Phrate, Lyn Coffin, and Glenda West.Loreen Lilyn Lee is a Seattle writer born and raised in pre-statehood Honolulu. She moved to Seattle in 1986, when computers were just being introduced into the workplace. Her debut book The Lava Never Sleeps: A Honolulu Memoir won the 201…
 
⭑ "Positive, powerful, and affirming." —Kirkus⭑ "Truly delightful." —BooklistFrom a New York Times bestselling author and Caldecott-honor winning artist comes an exuberant illustrated story about playing dress up, having fun, and feeling free.The boy loves to be naked. He romps around his house naked and wild and free. Until he romps into his paren…
 
It's National Poetry Month! Nicole and Sara have some great resources for you to check out this month. Plus we get Sara reciting some poems about wine and dogs...how much better can it get? Listen and find out. Check these out: The Poetry Foundation Academy of American Poets Columbia Granger's World of Poetry (Use your library card to access) 10 of…
 
Awards season is our most favourite time of the year and this has been a banner year for incredible audiobook performances. Join Michelle and Reagan Kapasi from OLA's Reader's Advisory Committee as they present their choices for the best audiobooks they've read this year. Categories include: Music to My Ears (Best Performance); A Perfect Marriage o…
 
As the founders of a company that provides AI-powered contract analysis software, Kira Systems' Noah Waisberg and Dr. Alexander Hudek are used to facing skepticism, fear and doubt from attorneys. Will AI steal their jobs? Would using it violate ethics rules? How can it be good for a business model that relies on the billable hour to cut down on the…
 
We are traveling to China to take a look at Chinese Art and Art History. We will be talking to Ashley Yang Liu from Yang Travel Art. Ashley will be teaching at a Schlow Labs event on April 24th, 2021. We hope to see you there! We begin the show talking Chinese Art History with Dr. Tan from Penn State University. Some of the recommendations from Dr.…
 
Picture this: You’re driving home from the casino and you've absolutely cleaned up – to the tune of $50,000. You see a police car pull up behind you, but you can’t figure out why. Not only have you not broken any laws, you’re not even speeding. But the police officer doesn’t appear to be interested in charging you with a crime. Instead, he takes yo…
 
QUINHENTÉSIMO EPISÓDIO DA S13! Rodrigo, Thello e Luisa recebem a maravilhosa Ju Ponzi para falar sobre mais um desafio de atuação e debater a formação do top 4 da 13ª temporada de RuPaul’s Drag Race – aquela, isso mesmo, a que nunca termina. The Library is Open transmite toda 2ª às 21h BR / 3ª à 01h PT, no YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thelibrar…
 
Rodrigo e Cairo falam sobre as férias milionárias de Bolsonaro, a declaração de Lisboa como zona de liberdade LGBT+ e a confirmação de Paca La Piraña como jurada convidada em Drag Race España. Notícias Quebrando vai ao ar às 2ªs de manhã, no feed e no YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thelibraryisopenpodcast Download do episódio: http://bit.ly/nq050…
 
Gail McCarthy and Evelyn DeLutis discuss their involvement in the Dress-a-Girl-Around-the-World program. Another way libraries and churches can help protect vulnerable young girls. Want to get involved? Find out more here: http://www.westbpl.org, https://www.dressagirlaroundtheworld.com/, https://www.bridgew.edu/news-events/news/worthy-outfit.Email…
 
Rachel discusses graphic novels for adults with Melody, the host of Book Chat at North Shore Library.Check out what we talked about:“Suncatcher” by José Pimienta” as well as “The Underwater Welder” and “Descender” by Jeff Lemire. “Lucifer” by Dan Watters, “Lucifer” by Mike Carey, “The Sandman” by Neil Gaiman, and “The Dreaming” by Simon Spurrier wi…
 
We celebrate Women’s History Month and Cook Library’s Centennial by looking at the women who were key to the founding of the library and its early days. Local History Librarian Jenny Barry shares the stories of Emily Barrows Cook, Mabel MacGuffin, Norma Lee Peck, Clara Colby, Laura Taylor, August Lovell, and more. Keep checking the library’s Centen…
 
Enjoy this recording from last week's Bangkok Poetry Slam held on March 26, 2021. It was a dazzling array of styles and talents. In the end the winner of the slam was the poet Ana Tone, who brought forth a pair of poems that demonstrated his range which he executed excellently .Accompanying Ana Tone on stage that night was a roster of poets each of…
 
Today, the texts of roughly three thousand plays from the great age of Elizabethan theater are lost to us. The plays that remain constitute only a sixth of all of the drama produced during that period. How do we make sense of a swiss-cheese history with more holes than cheese? The Lost Plays Database tries to fill in those holes. It’s an open-acces…
 
What does providing trauma-informed service look like in libraries? On this show, I speak with Bryce Kozla, Youth Services Librarian at Washington County Cooperative Library Services and a trained facilitator in trauma-informed service. You’ll learn why it’s important to focus on being trauma-informed and what it means in a library context, as well…
 
Anthea Butler, professor of religious studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania; EJ Dionne, The Washington Post columnist and visiting professor at the Harvard Divinity School; Patrick Lacroix, author of John F. Kennedy and the Politics of Faith; Emmett Price, professor of worship, church, and culture at the Gordon-Conwell Theo…
 
Aliqae Geraci explains that she had big plans when she became director of the Reuther Library a year ago, and those plans were immediately scuttled when her first day on the job coincided with the first day Wayne State University’s on-campus operations were suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She describes how she and the Reuther pivoted in the…
 
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