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Introducing Matthew In The Stacks

December 31, 2019

 

Let's get up-to-date on plans for the podcast in 2020, including the introduction of Matthew In The Stacks, a brand new podcast available to Patrons. This show follows an ask-me-anything style format in which authors and illustrators submit questions they have about the libraries, librarians, and all things bookish. It’s a chance to turn the tables and for me to offer insight into how libraries work from the perspective of one school librarian. The episodes are about 10-minutes in length and they release on the 15th and 30th of every month exclusively on Patreon. The first two episodes are already up and I’m including one here for you to enjoy with a question submitted by Margarita Engle, renowned poet and children’s book author. She asks, “Are librarians aware that some authors are wounded by the phrase "weeding?" Is there a less demeaning word that could be used for removing our older books?” Enjoy listening!

 

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

Guest-submitted questions from authors and illustrators. Answers from a school librarian and kidlit podcaster. (Patreon Exclusive)

 

 

 

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Thank you, Traci, Halle, Chris, Amy, Sommer, Sara, Kate, Darshana, Patricia, Amanda, Theo, Jarrett, Justin, Anitra, Sailaja, Hayley, Susanne, Mike, Steve, Mia, Corrina, Adrienne, Irene, Kate, Ed, Jenny Sue, Cynthia, Sylvie, Doug, Amanda, Judi, Ruth, Elaine, Teresa, Alicia, and others who are coming with me on this journey. You’re welcome to join us. Just visit Patreon.com/matthewcwinner and pick the support tier that’s right for you. All the hugs and high fives for all of the many, many ways all of out there listening support this show.

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