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Mississippi's Zine Queen

Stacks and Stories Podcast

Release Date: 02/14/2020

Words and Pretty Images (Comics, Graphic Novels, and Manga) show art Words and Pretty Images (Comics, Graphic Novels, and Manga)

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This episode is all about words and pretty images. So listen as Elisabeth, Katie, and Kayla discuss some of their favorite comics, graphic novels, and manga. What separates these genres from others? What is manga? And can these fans limit themselves to just talking about a couple of works? Tune in to find out these answers and more. Works discussed in this episode: Fruits Basket series by Natsuki Takaya Flying Witch series by Chihiro Ishizuka Saga series by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Fiona Staples The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosch Deep Dark Fears...

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Summer Library Programming 2021 - Part 2 show art Summer Library Programming 2021 - Part 2

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This episode is 2nd and final part of our series on Summer Library Programming 2021. What kind of Summer Library Programming events did our library consultants attend, and is Summer Library Programming just for kids? Listen as Katie, Kristen, Lacy, and Shellie discuss this and more.

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Summer Library Programming 2021 - Part 1 show art Summer Library Programming 2021 - Part 1

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This episode is part 1 of a 2-part series on Summer Library Programming. Kayla and Lacy discuss what Summer Library Programming is, and why it is so important.

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Miranda talks about MLC's Researching Black Ancestry series, a webinar series focused on tips and tricks for researching Black genealogy and Black ancestry. Youtube link to the Researching Black Ancestry playlist: Researching Black Ancestry panel discussion:

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Sequels, Series, and Retellings show art Sequels, Series, and Retellings

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Join Shellie and Tracy as they talk about their favorite sequels, series, and retellings in the world of literature. Books mentioned in today's episode: The Maisie Dobbs series, Jacqueline Winspear The Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Series, Sue Grafton The Nancy Drew series, Carolyn Keene & other authors The Sweet Valley High series, Francine Pascal & other authors The Kopp sisters series, Amy Stewart The Little House series, Laura Ingalls Wilder The All-of-a-Kind Family series, Sydney Taylor The Jackson Brodie series, Kate Atkinson A God in Ruins, Kate Atkinson The Rules of Magic and Magic...

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The Center for the Book, Northeast Regional Library, and Suggested Family Activities show art The Center for the Book, Northeast Regional Library, and Suggested Family Activities

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MLC's Tracy talks about the Center for the Book, the state affiliate for the that is tasked with promoting books, reading, literacy, and libraries. Tracy also interviews Dee Hare, director of the Northeast Regional Library, about the library's Suggested Family Activities project which won the 2021 Jane Smith Literacy Award as well as the Library of Congress State Literacy Award.

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When people talk about movies based on books, the often say the book is better than the movie. But what if it wasn’t. Is it okay to admit that the movie is better than the book? And what could cause this to happen? Listen as Lacy and Shellie discuss this topic while bringing up their favorite examples. Books and Films Mentioned The Children of Men by P. D. James (1992 book) Children of Men directed by Alfonso Cuarón (2006 film) The Cider House Rules by John Irving (1985 book) The Cider House Rules directed by Lasse Hallström (1999 film) Dracula by Bram Stoker (1897 book) Bram Stoker's...

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Tails and Tales - Part 3 - Exotic and Interesting Animals show art Tails and Tales - Part 3 - Exotic and Interesting Animals

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This episode is the 3rd and final part of our series on animals. The Summer Library Program theme this year is “Tails and Tales”, so we asked some of the employees here at MLC to talk about their favorite animals or pets and maybe share their favorite book which features an animal. While we might not have a Joe here, we are going to talk about some exotic (and interesting) animals! Have you ever wondered if a rabbits’ ears are only for listening? Do you know what's the only animal that can't jump? Or why is a hedgehog called a hedgehog? Tune in to find out these answers and more in this...

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Tails and Tales - Part 2 - Dogs show art Tails and Tales - Part 2 - Dogs

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This episode is part 2 of 3 in our Tails & Tales series. The Summer Library Program theme this year is “Tails and Tales”, so we have asked some of the employees here at MLC to talk about their favorite animals or pets and maybe share their favorite book which features an animal.  Today is all about man’s best friend, the dog. Have you ever heard of a dog that can shift gears in a car? What about a dog that enjoys a mentholated cough drop? Have you ever wondered why so many poodles ask for the same haircut? Learn about all these dogs and more in today's episode.   Books...

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Tails and Tales - Part 1 - Cats show art Tails and Tales - Part 1 - Cats

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This episode is part 1 of a 3-part series on animals. The Summer Library Program theme this year is “Tails and Tales”, so we have asked some of the employees here at MLC to talk about their favorite animals or pets and maybe share their favorite book which features an animal. Today is cats galore! Are black cats considered good luck anywhere? What are some fantasy books that have cats in them? Where does a cat named Yoshimi like to hang out? Tune in to find out these answers and more in this episode of Stacks and Stories. Books Mentioned Are You Listening? By Tillie Walden The Black Cat...

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MLC Pod Squad member, Lacy Ellinwood, talks with Mississippi's very own "Zine Queen" on this episode of Stacks and Stories.  

Lacy learns all the scoop about the zine culture from Lucy Isadora, Mississippi's "Zine Queen," including what it means and how it got started.  

Barnard Zine Library:  https://zines.barnard.edu/

Goner Records: https://www.goner-records.com/mainpage.php 

Facebook Group, Zines A Go Go: https://www.facebook.com/groups/zinesagogo/about/