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EconTalk: Conversations for the Curious is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused the 2008 financial crisis, the natur ...
 
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 ...
 
A podcast focused on creating engaging and accessible political education for today's Left. We read all those theory and politics books and teach them to you, the listener, so you don't have to. Then you take what you learn and put it into practice. You can find Red Library's sister project at https://capillariesblog.wordpress.com which focused on political theory and analysis. Come check it out!
 
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.
 
Welcome to Overdue Finds, an Edmonton Public Library podcast. Bryce Crittenden and Caroline Land will be hosting conversations about movies, music, books, pretty much any sort of popular culture and media you can think of and likely some you’ve never thought of. We’re hoping you’ll learn more about what you can find at the library.
 
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.
 
The BPL Podcast features concise, informative discussions with guests from our top-notch programming lineup. Tackling a range of topics from horror films to Ohio's opioid epidemic, we capture conversations that are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, but always human.
 
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.
 
Sit by our fire and hear tales of old and recent accounts of real beasts and monsters you thought only lived in your nightmares. Travel through the dark forest to join us each Tuesday at 8pm central, ​we promise to fuel your nightmares and entice your mind with wonder. Become our Patreon for exclusives and a more immersive experience: https://www.patreon.com/thecaravanoflore Check out our merchandise on threadless! https://thecaravanoflore.threadless.com/designs/caravan-logo
 
Missing going to libraries? School or college, library has always been a place of so many memories. You will get the whole world of library here - School books, Novels, Religious, etc. We'll try our best to create whole Audio library for you with novels, story books, encyclopedia, etc. Do let us know whatever you wish to listen. Thanks . Stay safe stay healthy. Write us on podcastlibrary55@gmail.com
 
Expert interviews, action steps, and behind-the-shelves secrets from veteran school librarians… all tied together by my mission to build your personal learning network (PLN) and take charge of your professional development so you will flourish as an effective instructional partner in the library, classroom, and school. Visit www.laurasheneman.com/contact to nominate someone for an interview.
 
Moraine Valley Community College Library, Palos Hills, Illinois, USA. The Library PodCast includes audio from cultural events and interviews with faculty and scholars. This podcast is intended to enhance the larger Moraine Valley curriculum. The views expressed by guest speakers or audience members are their own and are not necessarily the official views of the Moraine Valley Community College board of trustees, staff, faculty, or administration.
 
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The review of Throne of Jade, by Naomi Novik. The Sequel to His Majesty's Dragon take so much of what made the original story great and adds new twists and intrigue to a fascinating world. Listen to my review and then try reading the book itself for a fantastic journey. You can check out the book at your local library or purchase it at the followin…
 
Auckland Libraries has just celebrated the publication of its first te reo Māori children’s book: Māma, e hiakai ana mātou - Mum, we’re hungry. The book has also been translated into Samoan as Tinā, ua mātou fia'a'ai! This is a universal story that has been written with aroha and alofa. Everyone will relate to its warmth and wit. Alison is joined i…
 
Who wouldn’t want a metaphorical stunt double to take the perilous fall that comes with the pain of loss or profound disappointment? The poems in When the Heart Needs a Stunt Double by Diane DeCillis consider resourceful ways in which we become our own stunt double and explore through a poet’s eyes the anatomy of the mind, body, and soul. WSU PRESS…
 
In conversation with Carrie Rickey, writer and former film critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer Phillip Lopate's ''observant, elegiac, and far-reaching'' (New York Times) essay collections include Bachelorhood, Against Joie de Vivre, and Portrait Inside My Head. His other acclaimed work includes a diverse array of travel writing, film and architect…
 
How do we integrate high tech amenities into our libraries? On this show I go on-site at the new Kearns Library in Utah, a branch of the Salt Lake County Library System, where I talk with manager Trish Hull. Trish has built a new 35,000 square foot facility chock full of the latest technology to serve her community - from a culinary arts kitchen, t…
 
Talk about thrillers! Flynn Berry’s debut, Under the Harrow, won the 2017 Edgar award for best first novel. That book and Berry’s follow up, A Double Life, were both NYT Editors’ Choices. Berry’s latest, Northern Spy, takes readers to Northern Island on a journey you won’t soon forget. It’s a heart-pounding story of the contemporary IRA and a movin…
 
Nikola Tesla was a brilliant man whose research and inventions led the way to the pleasantries in life we take for granted today. We spun the Movie Chat Wheel and it landed on Tesla (2020) starring Ethan Hawke and Eve Hewson. Was it everything we hoped for? Eh...not so much, but it's worth a listen to this week's discussion and you can decide for y…
 
The children of Library Land have spoken and they have told us their favourite games! Join us as they tell us in their own delightful words which games they love and why. Michelle Goodridge from Wilfrid Laurier University is also here to talk about her favourite games of the moment and to give us a few things to think about when it comes to gaming …
 
The National Theatre’s new production of "Romeo and Juliet" was meant to premiere in the summer of 2020. But when the COVID-19 pandemic began, Simon Godwin, the production’s director, was tasked with turning it into a 90-minute film shot entirely in the National’s Littleton Theatre.Now, as the film approaches its United States premiere, Godwin sees…
 
Maybe a book you've heard of, it's only the most published, read and written about book in the history of the world. But have you read it? In this episode I tell why you should and how to get started. It's a great book for people of all beliefs to read. If you want to learn more about this great book there are a million great resources but if you a…
 
The 12th annual Pankake Poetry reading features poet Deborah Keenan, the author of 10 collections of poetry. Her book, “Willow Room, Green Door: New and Selected Poems,” received the Minnesota Book Award for Poetry. Following the reading, there will be a discussion with Keenan led by James Lenfestey.…
 
'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…
 
⭑ "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…
 
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…
 
In Games in Schools and Libraries episode 160 Donald and Professor Scott Nicholson talk about publisher dummy contracts and maintaining the right to share your own work, how to get your published works cited appropriately, and the new book Unlocking the Potential of Puzzle-based Learning by Scott Nicholson and Liz Cable. They also chat about puzzle…
 
Another one from the “big move” archive”. This episode we have Logan, Jonathon, and Richard in the booth. So what are we reviewing? Shhh, it’s a mystery…A Yu-Gi-Oh! Mystery Cube that is! What we reviewed in this episode: Yu-Gi-Oh! Mystery Cube, Konami, 2019. Music clips used in this episode: “Blind Ambition”, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie Soundtrack, The Del…
 
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…
 
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…
 
It's an All-Star Lost Horizons Network Cast™ as we finally get into our promised right-wing/reactionary/fascist thinkers tier list! The Regrettable Century Gang, our Comrade in Christ™, Mir, CC Don, and Chairman Bane dive into part 1 of the list. Everyone will be outed as a closet reactionary by the end. We will finally become Red-Brown Library: A …
 
The Librarian Influencer of the Week is teacher librarian Jesse Braun who works in Beverly Hills, California. Jesse is one of the 2021 recipients of ALA’s I Love My Librarian award. Shownotes: https://www.laurasheneman.com/information-literacy-is-a-foundational-skill-best-supported-in-the-school-library-with-jesse-braun…
 
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