Best seattle public library podcasts we could find (Updated June 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 - 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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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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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 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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 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 ...…
 
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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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. ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Listen to a panel discussion with local and national leaders working to build out a vision for community control that allows neighbors to thrive in place. They discuss the necessary principles for community ownership, and community led strategies to curb displacement. Hear about specific examples where community ownership is taking root in the ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Katherine Grace Bond is the author of THE SUMMER OF NO REGRETS (Sourcebooks, May, 2012), and of the bestselling THE LEGEND OF THE VALENTINE, a story of the Civil Rights Movement. She often finds herself in the woods escaping from giant cats and shadowy figures in cloaks. She is the creator of TEENWrite,a live action role-playing and writing com ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Listen to a debate where citizens help set the agenda. This year the residents of the 7th Congressional District will vote to replace Rep Jim McDermott, who has held his seat since 1989. This will be a hotly contested race between Pramila Jayapal and Brady Walkinshaw, and one which will have a lasting impact on our region. The debate is moderat ...…
 
Franklin Street is one of the oldest streets in Juneau, but how it got its name is a mystery to many. (Photo by Tripp J Crouse/KTOO) A street in Juneau is a popular locale for residents and tourists alike. South Franklin Street particularly is home to several bars, shops and a rich history. http://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ktoo/2017/04/042817- ...…
 
It’s jocks vs. nerds as a tween and his cadre of misfits go to hilarious lengths to bring down their enemies in this laugh-out-loud MAX novel. Mark Maciejewski lives in Seatle with his wife, 4 kids, 2 dogs, 2 frogs, 6 glow-in-the-dark fish, and a cat they've "borrowed" from the neighbors. When not writing, Mark loves to Golf, fish, garden, and ...…
 
"Main Story: “Wallamelon” by Nisi Shawl(Originally published in Aeon #3.)The boys ran ahead of her as she walked, and circled back again like little dogs. Kevin urged her onto the path that cut across the vacant lot beside his house. Mercy was standing on a pile of rubble half the way through, her straight hair shining in the noonday sun like a ...…
 
Deb Caletti is an award-winning author and National Book Award finalist. Her many books for young adults include STAY, ESSENTIAL MAPS FOR THE LOST, THE LAST FOREVER, and HONEY BABY SWEETHEART, winner of the Washington State Book award, the PNBA Best Book Award, and a finalist for the PEN USA Award. Caletti's books feature the Pacific Northwest, ...…
 
Your daily industry news update: www.elevatorworld.com/industry-news/april-13-2017/Elevator World is the leading publisher for the International Building Transportation Industry. Our magazines cover the latest news, events, new technologies, market trends and education. Sign up for a print subscription or read the issue on any tablet, PC or mob ...…
 
Carlos Redlich is a life-long martial artist turned copywriting and marketing black belt. Carlos and I (David Allan) once did a podcast together before he landed a massive retainer client. He has continued with his freelance copy career since last we spoke… BUT he has some new experiences to share. From in the copy trenches. This one strategy I ...…
 
Carlos Redlich is a life-long martial artist turned copywriting and marketing black belt. Carlos and I (David Allan) once did a podcast together before he landed a massive retainer client. He has continued with his freelance copy career since last we spoke… BUT he has some new experiences to share. From in the copy trenches. This one strategy I ...…
 
Krista van Dolzer is a stay-at-home mom by day and a children's author by night. She lives with her husband and three kids in Layton, Utah, where she watches too much college football and looks for dead people online. She is the author of THE SOUND OF LIFE AND EVERYTHING (G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, May 2015) and DON'T VOTE FOR ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
The author who coined the phrase “net neutrality” takes a revelatory look at the rise of “attention harvesting” and its effect on our society and ourselves. In "The Attention Merchants: The Epic Scramble to Get Inside Our Heads," author Tim Wu offers this definition of “attention merchant:” An Industrial-scale harvester of human attention; a fi ...…
 
Students from Heath High School in Heath, Ohio join librarian/teacher Amy Gibson and Laura Moe on the Young Adult Cafe to discuss trends in YA literature. Amy Gibson is a library Media Specialist who also teachers drama and hosts after school Open mics. She is an Ohio native with more than twenty years experience as a teacher. Amy is an active ...…
 
Suzanne Kamata was born and raised in Grand Haven, Michigan. She is most recently from Lexington, South Carolina, and now lives in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan with her husband and two children. Her short stories, essays, articles and book reviews have appeared in over 100 publications including Real Simple, Brain, Child, Cicada, and The Japan T ...…
 
Bainbridge Islanders are famous for commemorating Earth Day each April, but this year Earth Month will be marked by events on the theme: "Celebrate Trees." In this podcast, Deb Rudnick, a board member of the Bainbridge Island Land Trust and the chair of our island's Watershed Council (affiliated with Sustainable Bainbridge) describes many of Ap ...…
 
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Backstage Knitting Podcast
 
Backstage Knitting Podcast Show NotesEpisode 17 “World Domination!” •Shout out to Josephine in Germany. •On The Needles: oAnna is working on the Close to You Shawl by Justyna Lorkowska in the “Hecate” gradient from A Hundred Ravens. She is also working on a vanilla sock for her Hubby out of Magpie Fibers Swanky Sock in the “Empty Night” colorwa ...…
 
Michael Rountree is a social studies teacher in Texas. This book, Gunpowder, Tales of a Wise-cracking Cow Pony and The Adventures of Gunpowder and Conrad, his first published book, grew from a desire to interest his students in learning by finding common ground – horses. He lives and works in Texas Co-author Lori Wilde has sold seventy-eight wo ...…
 
Season Hughes is mid-career and spoke with us about impostor syndrome & first-time management. Selected topics: Surviving high school, becoming a librarian, transitioning into tech, being a first-time manager, handling imposter syndrome. About Season: Season is the Taxonomy Manager at Viator (owned by TripAdvisor), where she organizes tours and ...…
 
. Jennifer Bardsley writes the column “I Brake for Moms” for The Everett Daily Herald. Her novel Genesis Girl debuted in 2016 from Month9Books, with the sequel, Damaged Goods, releasing in 2017. Genesis Girl is about a teenager who has never been on the Internet. Jennifer, however, is on the web all the time as “The YA Gal” with over 21,000 fol ...…
 
Stephen Hurley lived in New York City where he was a professional actor for ten years, playing principal roles on daytime drama (All My Children) off Broadway and on national commercials. He grew interested in writing and creating characters who would stand out on the page. He fell in love with YA when he became a teacher and started listening ...…
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Saturday March 4, 2017 and this is Episode 98. Family Tree DNA Accepts Transfers from AncestryDNA and 23anMe Family Tree DNA now accepts transfers from any test done at AncestryDNA and from 23andMe if the test was done after Novembe ...…
 
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Off the Chain with Dave & Steel
 
It took Steel three weeks to get this episode edited (which explains all the Valentine’s Day references in early March) but we’re back! This week Dave and Steel make a new induction to the OTC Hall of Fame (congratulations public libraries!), give you some new topics to discuss in another installment of Small Talk, praise two everyday heroes, s ...…
 
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Recovery Coast to Coast Radio
 
RC2C host Neil Scott welcomes noted addiction specialist Dr. Kevin McCauley ... who will be in Seattle on March 16, 2017 at 7PM for a free presentation at the downtown Settle Public Library, titled "Why Addiction is a Disease and Why there is Hope," presented by Northbound Treatment Services. Free tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com…
 
Kendra C. Highley is the author of several YA Romances.Her latest is THE BAD BOY BARGAIN, and according to one reviewer,"THE BAD BOY BARGAIN is everything you’d want in a book: an intriguing story, lovable characters, a swoon-worthy guy, some humor, and a whole lot of heart." Kendra C. Highley lives in north Texas with her husband and two child ...…
 
THE ASCENDERS SAGA by C.L. Gaber tells the story of teens who died young, and a special limbo they arrive in that’s not very different from their life on earth. According to one reviewer: "Holy Batflaps, Batman! The second book in the Ascenders Saga will take you from one bumpy ride to the next as we follow Walker Callaghan, and Daniel Reid on ...…
 
Episode 127: Can Two People and a Dog Really Live in a 24-foot Motorhome? On the Valentine’s Day episode of the Roadtreking RV Podcast, Mike and Jennifer answer your questions about their relationship, living for long periods in a 24-foot camper van and how two people so different can get along so well. I’ve been saving all sorts of questions o ...…
 
Kay Honeyman has loved to read for as long as she can remember. She majored in French and English and has a graduate degree in English Language and literature, where her favorite classes were in Shakespeare, Walt Whitman and Modern British novels. She began seriously writing while waiting for the adoption process of her second child to come thr ...…
 
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Audio podCast – The Podcast at Delphi.org
 
Nick and Jim discuss cool mobile apps built with FireMonkey. SoundJuke turns your smartphone into your personal jukebox at any public site. It uses a combination of these Embarcadero tools in building the app: Delphi for iOS and Android, Cloud API, Parallel Programming API, REST Client Library. If your customer likes what they hear, they’ll spe ...…
 
Margo Kelly is the Author of two YA thrillers: WHO R U REALLY, and UnLocked, both published by Merit Press. In this invigorating interveiw she discusses the publishing industry, staying motivated to write, avoiding dejection after rejection, and much more. Radio host and author Laura Moe spent most of her working life as a librarian and English ...…
 
Pinched is a gripping novel based on the electrifying true story of Marco, a poor adolescent Colombian fishermen who dreams of wealth, yet those ambitions result in his forced servitude to a ruthlessly violent Narco Para-military organization who operate at the height of Colombia’s war torn, drug fueled civil war. Wilson C Carter III was born i ...…
 
1:53:40 – Frank in NJ and NYC, plus the Other Side. Topics include: Clean up garbage, sore throat, storm, fever dreams, politics, Amtrak big board at Penn Station taken down, Charles Kuralt, medicine, Star Trek, Seattle Witch Engine, minor updates, stores, Mary Tyler Moore dead at 80, batteries, cosmic forces, Boards of Canada, and much more… p ...…
 
Welcome to the Genealogy News from Geneatopia I’m Patty Roy, also known as Dinah Larkham in Second Life. Today is Thursday January 19, 2017 and this is Episode 95. Family Tree Maker Update Software MacKiev has a free update available for Family Tree Maker for Windows and Mac. The update is available to those who have the 2014 version for Window ...…
 
Native New Yorker Patty Blount is the award-winning author of several critically acclaimed internet issues novels for teens as well as a few contemporary romances for grown ups. She is inspired to write by such greats as Judy Blume, JK Rowling, and Gayle Forman. In fact, Judy Blume is the reason Patty elected to write under her real name…so she ...…
 
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