Tag Archive: A.S. King

Ep. 004: Weird is Where it’s At

Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present “Loud in the Library Ep. 004: “Weird Is Where it’s At”, in which they speak with YA author A.S. King about her published and upcoming books, surrealism, and her admiration for teenagers. Chris and Tracy also discuss the books that they’re reading, Banned Books Week, and the magic of readalouds.

Loud in the Library’s next episode will be released on October 15th and will feature an interview with YA nonfiction author Steve Sheinkin.

Ep. 003: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Teacher Librarians Chris Patrick and Tracy Chrenka present “Loud in the Library Ep. 003: Two Sides of the Same Coin”, in which they speak with Michigan author Tobin Buhk about true crime, research, the writing process, and his website “Dark Corners of History.” During their interview with Mr. Buhk, Chris refers to the still unsolved West Michigan “Deanie Peters” case from 35 years ago. Chris and Tracy also discuss books,  Nerd Camp, and the Eisner Awards.

Loud in the Library’s next episode will be released on September 15th and will feature an interview with YA author A.S. King.

Ep. 001: Norman Rockwell, Leonard da Vinci, and the Breck Girl

Teacher Librarians Tracy Chrenka and Chris Patrick welcome author/illustrator Floyd Cooper to their podcast “Loud in the Library.” Mr. Cooper talks about his craft and his upcoming visit to Grand Rapids. Tracy and Chris also discuss books they’ve read, books they’re currently reading, and books they intend to read. And finally, they celebrate National Poetry Month by reading a couple of their favorite poems.