Episode Seventy-Three - "Feminism and Super Grover."
Mind Grapes: The Vancouver Public Library has been challenging its staff to read diverse books, and Sam is endeavoring to win the challenge! While she's won a few points with Ms. Marvel, she's hoping to get a few more with Erika Johansen's The Queen of the Tearling. To add to this, Alli recommends The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N. K. Jemisen, but doesn't want to spoil anything because it's too good. Instead, Alli offers a review of the second season of Daredevil, the second season of Broadchurch, and listening to the audiobook of Alan Cumming's memoir Not My Father's Son.
NERD ALERT!: Sam got to go to Emerald City Comicon, but this year, wearing her librarian hat/flag. She along with friends of the show Erin Fields, Melanie Cassidy, and Anne Gaines gave a panel discussion titled "Research for Writers, World Builders, and Other Types of Nerds" that showed people the power of library-related research. It was a hit - full house, lots of great questions, and the chance to show the power of libraries in a new light.
Research for Writers, World Builders, and Other Types of Nerds | ECC
Research for Writers, World Builders, and Other Types of Nerds | Resources
Western Championships of Cosplay
The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemesin
Daredevil Season 2
Not My Father's Son by Alan Cumming
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