Best seattle public library podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Teens Podcast from The Seattle Public Library
 
Just about any day of the week there is something going on at the library specifically for teens. Subscribe and have a listen.
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by authors and speakers. Check out our large collection of podcasts, spanning from 2006 to today at www.spl.org/podcasts
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Programs & Events
 
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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IDEA 2006 Conference
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Information: Design, Experience, Access. A conference on designing complex information spaces of all kinds. Seattle Public Library, October 23-24, 2006.
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
This is a panel featuring representations of data science-focused companies who have successfully raised funding since last year. Learn about their experiences, struggles, and sage wisdom for others looking to raise money. This panel is part of Startup Week.
 
Adam Dreece loves bringing new worlds to life. Best known for his best-selling steampunk meets fairy tale series, The Yellow Hoods, and the pulse-pounding, all action series, The Wizard Killer, he's about to bring a new universe and series into the fold. Tilruna is a fantasy space-opera setting that will kick off with a Hamlet-inspired prequel ...…
 
To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit rebellion, Seattle Public Library hosted a discussion of the factors that create inequality, repression and resistance.By jobrien@kuow.org (John O'Brien).
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Join us for a screening of the documentary, "Oh, I Get It," a short film exposing the challenges facing queer comedians in the world of stand-up comedy. Featuring Seattle-based queer comedians who are changing the climate of comedy using their own brand of humor. Stay afterward for a panel-led Q and A with the director and local celebrities, Ij ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Before the PULSE nightclub massacre in Orlando — the deadliest shooting and worst hate crime in U.S. history — LGBTQ people were already the most likely targets of hate crimes in America. Seattle is famous for our active LGBTQ community, but we are not exempt. In 2015, 72 hate crimes against LGBTQ people were reported to the Seattle PD — double ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Susan Burton's world changed in an instant when her five-year-old son was killed by a van on their street in South Los Angeles. Consumed by grief and without access to professional help, Susan self-medicated, becoming addicted first to cocaine, then crack. As a resident of South L.A., an impoverished black community under siege by the War on Dr ...…
 
Aden Polydoros spent much of his time as a kid in Arizona exploring the desert near his home. When he wasn’t searching for snakes and lizards, he was raiding the bookshelves of the local library. While still in high school, Polydoros won several awards, including a Gold Medal in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for his short story ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we slap down the economic fallacies behind the minimum wage with logic and basic economics. We also exhume progressivism's fatal attraction to eugenics, a historical relationship that has largely been buried by public education. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom! Help support the Libe ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
A shocking discovery and chilling secrets converge in this latest novel from New York Times bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf.When a tragic accident leaves nurse Amelia Winn deaf, she spirals into a depression that ultimately causes her to lose everything that matters—her job, her husband, David, and her stepdaughter, Nora. Now, two years la ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
This evening's conversation is an attempt to get beyond the narrow confines of discussing white privilege by specifically asking individual white people how they are working, with intention and accountability, with communities of color, to center people of color and be supportive of collective work to end racism and create a deeper collective h ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
This evening's conversation is an attempt to get beyond the narrow confines of discussing white privilege by specifically asking individual white people how they are working, with intention and accountability, with communities of color, to center people of color and be supportive of collective work to end racism and create a deeper collective h ...…
 
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Authors on the Air Radio 2
 
Laurie Ann Thompson has ridden a pig, gotten stuck in an elevator overnight, and jumped out of a perfectly good airplane. Except one of these "facts" is not true- tune in to hear the author of TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE talk about a new series of books that presents crazy-but-true stories along with carefully planned hoaxes. In this era of alternativ ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
In "One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter," Scaachi Koul deploys her razor-sharp humor to share all the fears, outrages, and mortifying moments of her life. She learned from an early age what made her miserable, and for Scaachi anything can be cause for despair. Whether it’s a shopping trip gone awry; enduring awkward conversat ...…
 
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The Kindle Chronicles
 
Reader’s Advisory Librarian at Seattle Public Library Interview starts at 12:20 and ends at 37:05 “The Seattle Library has seen an exponential growth in our e-book usage, which like elsewhere is not cutting into our print usage. It’s additive, which is really interesting to say. Same with audiobooks. These new formats just seem to bring new peo ...…
 
Getting out of prison or jail might sound like an event to celebrate. But it can actually be one of the most challenging times for people attempting to re-enter normal life. That’s why a local non-profit invited members of the public to an event this week at the Seattle Public Library, for what they call a “re-entry simulation.” Seattle’s Colum ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
WITS students will read from their work over two nights—with elementary and middle school students reading on Wednesday, May 24, and middle and high school students reading on Thursday, May 25. A reception will follow with delicious cupcakes courtesy of Cupcake Royale.
 
The Cool Critique Crew comprises of four writers friends, Donna Galanti, Joe McGee, Erica George and Jessica Rinker. All four write books for children, and each is in a different phase of the publishing arena. The friends meet frequently for moral support as well as margaritas. Donna has already published several YA and middle grade titles alon ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
WITS students will read from their work over two nights—with elementary and middle school students reading on Wednesday, May 24, and middle and high school students reading on Thursday, May 25. A reception will follow with delicious cupcakes courtesy of Cupcake Royale.
 
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The Kindle Chronicles
 
Executive Editor and Co-founder of Book Riot Interview starts at 10:10 and ends at 43:25 “If publishers woke up tomorrow and sanely priced e-books, I think it would be different in degree not in kind. I don’t think we’d see 10x growth in e-books’ market share. Maybe there would be 5, 10 percent [growth in] market share. I don’t know.” News “Ama ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Flournoy will read from "The Turner House," and take audience questions, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 11 at the Central Library, 1000 Fourth Ave. Northwest Tap Connection and the African-American Writers Alliance will perform dance and poetry inspired by the novel. A book signing will follow the program.Love, sacrifice, pride, and unl ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Civic Saturday is a periodic gathering convened by Citizen University to help be civic analogue to church or synagogue and temple. It includes song, readings of civic scripture (great and provocative American texts), a secular sermon, silent reflection. But mainly it’s about fellowship. In a time of deep anxiety and political polarization, peop ...…
 
Allison Whitmore, author of FORGET ME NOT and THE LOST HEIR, was born in Los Angeles and loves to tell good coming-of-age stories with a hint of romance. You will find her characters going on an adventure or two as well. She also writes screen plays under the name Allison Chaney. She is currently working in The Lost Heir’s sequel, The Blood Leg ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Join the conversation about this year’s Seattle Reads selection, "The Turner House," from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 10 at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave. S. This event will feature a discussion and audience QandA with Flournoy in conversation with visual artist Inye Wokoma and moderated by Vivian Phillips. ...…
 
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In the late seventeenth century two young Frenchmen, René Sel and Charles Duquet, arrive in New France. Bound to a feudal lord for three years in exchange for land, they become wood-cutters—barkskins. René suffers extraordinary hardship, oppressed by the forest he is charged with clearing. He is forced to marry a native woman and their descenda ...…
 
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A revelatory and game-changing narrative that rewrites everything we thought we knew about the modern history of the Islamic world.With majestic prose, Christopher de Bellaigue presents an absorbing account of the political and social reformations that transformed the lands of Islam in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Flying in the ...…
 
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Backstage Knitting Podcast
 
Backstage Knitting Podcast Episode 22- Owl Girl•Shownotes can be found at www.backstageknitting.weebly.com •On the Needles: oAnna is working on the second sock for her husband in the Magpie Fibers “Empty Night” colorway and her “Gillyweed Shawl.” Anna is updating her project pages on Ravelry, her user name is Hibougirl •http://www.magpiefibers. ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
While he was the historian at the esteemed CIA Museum, Nicholas Reynolds, a longtime American intelligence officer, former U.S. Marine colonel, and Oxford-trained historian, began to uncover clues suggesting Nobel Prize-winning novelist Ernest Hemingway's involvement in mid-twentieth-century spycraft was far more complex, sustained, and fraught ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
In collaboration with the Seattle Architecture Foundation, we are excited to host Professor and architectural historian Jeffrey Karl Ochsner for a free lecture on Seattle's single-family residential architecture from the early years of the city to the twenty-first century. This lecture will address the development of single-family residential a ...…
 
John B Bliss is a crime writer from Brighton, UK. He grew up in Oxford and is drawn to unusual characters and counterculture. His writing explores society's seedy underbelly: the derelict and forgotten characters left at the margins. He has worked in television and scripted a number of short films and screenplays. THE MURDER BOYS is his first f ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
In collaboration with the Seattle Architecture Foundation, we are excited to host Professor and architectural historian Jeffrey Karl Ochsner for a free lecture on Seattle's single-family residential architecture from the early years of the city to the twenty-first century. This lecture will address the development of single-family residential a ...…
 
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An astonishing and powerful new novel from PEN/Hemingway finalist Vaddey Ratner.Leaving the safety of America, Teera returns to Cambodia for the first time since her harrowing escape as a child refugee. She carries a letter from a man who mysteriously signs himself as "the Old Musician" and claims to have known her father in the Khmer Rouge pri ...…
 
From Islamophobia, Islam's monolithic image, anti-blackness, and cultural tolerance this MSA is building an inclusive space not just with other Muslims but other students on a predominantly Christian campus. Host: Olivia RichardsonGuest: Haleema Bharoocha, Event Coordinator, MSA - Seattle Univ. Guest: Amina Ibrahim, President, MSA - Seattle Uni ...…
 
Gary Schwartz is an award-winning, TV and film actor, director, comedian and a master improvisational acting coach whose 30 years as a performer and improv teacher helped transform the lives of thousands of people, both on- and off-screen.Originally from New York State, Gary began his professional career as a mime at age 13, performing up and d ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Jessamyn Stanley is known for combining a deep understanding of yoga with a willingness to share her personal struggles. Now she brings her body-positive, emotionally uplifting approach in a book that will help every reader discover the power of yoga. Jessamyn will appear in conversation with local writer and yoga instructor Nicole Tsong.As an ...…
 
Samaira Mehta is the 9-year-old Founder & CEO of CoderBunnyz, a board game teaching CS concepts. Selected Topics: Coding & creativity, turning your passion into a product, taking responsibility for changing the world & being a CEO. About Samaira: Samaira is a 9-year-old 3rd grader who invented a STEM coding board game called CoderBunnyz, which ...…
 
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Filmmaker Ava DuVernay explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are disproportionately filled with African Americans. This thought-provoking documentary features scholars, activists and politicians as they analyze the criminalization of African Americans and the U.S. prison boom.…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
There are a number of iconic trees in America—the Redwoods, the Sequoias, and the Dover Oak on the Appalachian Trail are just a few. All of them hold a special place in the heart of nature lovers. These are old trees, and they all are living testaments to many years of life and change.In "Witness Tree: Seasons of Change with a Century-Old Oak" ...…
 
Randall Platt writes fiction for adults and young adults and has been a full-time writer for thirty years. Platt finds no shortage of fascinating characters and stories that spring from the beautiful Pacific Northwest, which explains why nearly all Platt novels take place in Washington or Oregon. A film, Promise The Moon, has been made of one o ...…
 
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Backstage Knitting Podcast
 
Backstage Knitting PodcastEpisode 20- “Twitchy Hands”•Shout out to Kathy from San Jose! Join our Ravelry group, introduce yourself in the “Getting to Know You Thread” and we’ll give you a shout out! •On the Needles:oAnna is working on a basic sock in the “Empty Night” colorway from Magpie Fibers and an entrelac baby blanket designed by Anna in ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Civic Poet Claudia Castro Luna, Youth Poet Laureate Angel Gardner and citizen poets Amy Albertson, Margaret Barrie, Lily Baumgart, Carla Becker, Sally Hedges-Blanquez, Fredda Jaffe, Rachel Kessler, Kilam Tel Aviv, Jacqueline Ware and Irene Yung share poems created during The Poet Is In! program held at libraries throughout the city.The program ...…
 
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