Lost in the Stacks Interview
I had a great time being interviewed by Ameet and Fred for their show "Lost in the Stacks" on WREK, 91.1 in Atlanta.
"Lost..." is a rock and roll library interview show and features newmakers, opion leaders, and new ideas from around the library world. It is a real honor to be asked on the show and a pleasure to hang out (by phone) with the guys and talk library advocacy. There is even a playlist for the rock and roll part of the show:
“Made of Money” by PUJOL
File this set under HM141 .E48: “Money Rock’n'Roll” by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion “Directly From My Heart To You” by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
File this set under HN59.2: “You Can Get It If You Really Want” by Desmond Dekker “Head Full Of Doubt / Road Full Of Promise” by The Avett Brothers
File this set under BF637: “What You Want (Is What You Get)” by Lee Dorsey “Basement Money” by Mates of State
Outro: “Season Of The Shark” by Yo La Tengo
I don't read Dewey or LC, so I am taking their word for it. Check out the show and interview for the next two weeks at http://www.wrek.org/lostinthestacks/ and check back every Friday at 12n Eastern time for a new show. See also: @libraryradio and facebook.com/lostinthestacks .