Katie and co-host Andersen chat with Joe Ryan of the SC Attorney General's Office about cyber bullying, internet crimes, and general cyber safety.
Katie and Pamela sit down to interview T.D. Johnston of Short Story America on October 26, 2016 at Speaker @ the Center. Johnston's short stories have appeared in numerous acclaimed magazines and anthologies, including Hobart, PineStraw Magazine, Mulberry Fork Review, Literary Juice, Civil War Camp Chest, Rod Serling Books' inaugural anthology Submitted for Your Approval, and Short Story America anthologies of contemporary short fiction, where he serves as Publisher and Editor. He also serves on the Board of Governors of the South Carolina Academy of Authors.
Speaker @ the Center: http://readsc.org/events
Johnston's Website: http://www.tdjohnston.com/
Short Story America: http://shortstoryamerica.com/
Katie and Pamela sit down with Leesa Aiken, SC State Library Director to talk about the amazing year planned for 2017. Listen as Ms. Aiken details ongoing and new projects, services and resources from the South Carolina State Library.
If you've ever wondered what the State Library does, or if you are curious what The SC State Library has planned for the new year, this is the podcast for you.
There is much to look forward to in the upcoming year. Just remember, “Be Kind to one another.”
Music for intro and exit: Welcome 1 by SkibbaMusic: https://www.freesound.org/people/SkibkaMusic/sounds/361132/
Tom Poland was the featured author at Speaker @ the Center on Thursday, September 22. Join Pamela Hoppock and guest co-host Dr. Curtis Rogers as they sit down with Tom to listen to some of the stories from his new book, Georgialina.
Tom is the author of 12 books and more than 1,000 magazine features. He contributed to the anthology, State of the Heart, SC Writers Write About Their Favorite Places, with a foreword by Pat Conroy and published by the University of South Carolina Press.
“Tom Poland brings the fading and forgotten rural South back to life with a deeply felt reverence for the power of story to preserve our shared past. In these pages, we ride shotgun with Tom past covered bridges, tenant homes, country stores, and sweetgrass basket stands into a South that—like the Goat Man—we may never see again.”—Pat Conroy
To learn more about Tom Poland visit his website.
To learn more about the USC Press visit their website.
To learn more about Speaker @ the Center visit their website.
We were pleased to welcome Senator Vincent Sheheen to the SC State Library today and very happy to be able to sit down and talk with him about libraries. In this interview Senator Sheheen shares some of his experiences with libraries and his thoughts on the roles libraries play in communities today and tomorrow. For more information on Senator Sheheen visit: http://www.scstatehouse.gov/member.php?code=1665908891