Teen Title Talk
Teen Title Talk: Superman Smashes the Klan and Banned Book Club

Teen Title Talk: Superman Smashes the Klan and Banned Book Club

July 25, 2020

This week, Erin and Courtney dive into two great graphic novels: Superman Smashes the Klan by Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru and Banned Book Club by Kim Hyun Sook, Ko Hyung-Ju and Ryan Estrada. They chat about graphic novel art, timely-yet-out-of-our-time themes, read-alikes and more. They also dip into the Jar of Teen Angst and answer the questions: were you a morning person or a night owl? And tell us about your room? Were you a hoarder? Did you have to share or did you have everything to yourself?

 

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This podcast was created by Erin Robinson and Courtney Wason in association with the Derry Public Library, and is usually hosted and produced by Derry-CAM, Derry Community Access Media: Empowering Independent Voices. This episode, however, was done solo via Zoom, which explains the difference in audio. The theme, which you didn't hear today, was created and performed by Banded Starling.

 

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Teen Title Talk: You Should See Me In A Crown and Felix Ever After

Teen Title Talk: You Should See Me In A Crown and Felix Ever After

June 26, 2020

This week, Courtney and Erin sit down to chat about two contemporary books You Should See Me In A Crown by Leah Johnson and Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender. They chat about tone, fresh voices, new adult vs. YA, mundane nature of high school and connecting through character. They also chat about the state of libraries and their state of exhaustion.... as well as creating during pandemic. 

Please feel free to join the conversation by emailing teentitletalk@gmail.com

This podcast was created by Erin Robinson and Courtney Wason in association with the Derry Public Library, and is usually hosted and produced by Derry-CAM, Derry Community Access Media: Empowering Independent Voices. This episode, however, was done solo via Zoom, which explains the difference in audio. The theme, which you didn't hear today, was created and performed by Banded Starling.

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 ~~~Teen Title Talk will be on summer hiatus until 7/23/2020. See you on the other side! ~~~

Teen Title Talk: Bloom and Four Days of You and Me

Teen Title Talk: Bloom and Four Days of You and Me

June 11, 2020

This week Courtney and Erin sit down and talk about two new YA books: Bloom by Kenneth Oppel and Four Days of You and Me by Miranda Kenneally. They also chat about pet peeves, class trips, human eating plants and the balance between action and character depth. To kick the show off, they talk about the Kidlit Rally for Black Lives hosted by The Brown Bookshelf as well as online, local and international resources for Anti-Racism and diverse literature.

Please feel free to join the conversation by emailing teentitletalk@gmail.com

This podcast was created by Erin Robinson and Courtney Wason in association with the Derry Public Library, and is usually hosted and produced by Derry-CAM, Derry Community Access Media: Empowering Independent Voices. This episode, however, was done solo via Zoom, which explains the difference in audio. The theme, which you didn't hear today, was created and performed by Banded Starling.

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Teen Title Talk: Four Profound Weaves and The Day Shakespeare Ruined My Life

Teen Title Talk: Four Profound Weaves and The Day Shakespeare Ruined My Life

May 28, 2020

Today, Courtney and Erin sit down to chat about fantasy and contemporary novels, The Four Profound Weaves by R.B. Lemberg and The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jansen. They talk about transformation, Shakespeare, theater and more. They also dip into the Jar of Teen Angst and talk about geekery, as well as answer a couple #LibraryLife questions about what reading formats they prefer and what's new in library offerings during quarantine.

Please feel free to join the conversation by emailing teentitletalk@gmail.com

This podcast was created by Erin Robinson and Courtney Wason in association with the Derry Public Library, and is usually hosted and produced by Derry-CAM, Derry Community Access Media: Empowering Independent Voices. This episode, however, was done solo via Zoom, which explains the difference in audio. The theme, which you didn't hear today, was created and performed by Banded Starling.

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Teen Title Talk: Witches of Ash and Ruin and Conference of Birds

Teen Title Talk: Witches of Ash and Ruin and Conference of Birds

May 14, 2020

Erin and Courtney sit down and talk about two fantastic fantasy novels: Witches of Ash and Ruin by E. Latimer and Conference of Birds by Ransom Riggs. They also talk about libraries during pandemic, digital programs from their home libraries and summer reading possibilities.

Please feel free to join the conversation by emailing teentitletalk@gmail.com

This podcast was created by Erin Robinson and Courtney Wason in association with the Derry Public Library, and is usually hosted and produced by Derry-CAM, Derry Community Access Media: Empowering Independent Voices. This episode, however, was done solo via Zoom, which explains the difference in audio. The theme, which you didn't hear today, was created and performed by Banded Starling.

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Teen Title Talk: The Burning and Birdie and Me

Teen Title Talk: The Burning and Birdie and Me

April 30, 2020

This week, Courtney and Erin dive into two intriguing titles: The Burning by Laura Bates and Birdie and Me by J.M.M. Nuanez. They talk about characters, #Metoo, gender identity, humanity/complexity and more. They also dip into the Jar of Teen Angst and answer the questions: Were you ever an audiobook reader? Tell me about something stupid you did. And did you like board games? What were your favorites?

Please feel free to join the conversation by answering the questions above or adding your own questions to the Jar of Teen Angst. You can send your answers and questions to teentitletalk@gmail.com

This podcast was created by Erin Robinson and Courtney Wason in association with the Derry Public Library, and is usually hosted and produced by Derry-CAM, Derry Community Access Media: Empowering Independent Voices. This episode, however, was done solo via Zoom, which explains the difference in audio. The theme, which you didn't hear today, was created and performed by Banded Starling.

Did you enjoy this podcast? Don't forget to follow, rate and review to have our endless love and gratitude.

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