With The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Warp Again showing this Thursday on FOX and Hairspray coming to NBC December 7, more and more musicals are coming to the small screen. We’ve seen huge hits with The Wiz and Grease, and less so with The Sound of Music and Peter Pan. And the silver […]
Today I’m over on Teen Services Underground talking about Mobile Makerspaces, some things to think about when considering implementing them, what others have done, and what has worked. Come on over and take a look!
If you’ve ever used YALSA’s Amazing Audio, Best Fiction, Graphic Novels, or Quick Picks lists for recommendations or collection development, or are thinking about volunteering for a YALSA committee in the future, I highly encourage you to tune in to the YALSA Virtual Town Hall today from 3-4 pm Eastern Standard Time. To participate, join from PC, […]
On the second day of our school-based movie playlist, we’re sharing fantastical school movies. These are those that are in an unrestricted imagination- science fiction, fantasy, comics, and paranormal all fit within the fantastical. Have a favorite fantastical school movie that I’ve missed below? Share it in the comments!
Orange County (Florida) School District starts up today and while I get to learn where the bus stops and school zones are around my new neighborhood (and avoid the speed traps along the way), all the neighborhood kids are back to classrooms and teachers. Parents are rejoicing, teachers are anxious, and public librarians are quickly […]
Today I’m excited to be part of the Unnatural Souls blog tour. Available on ebook through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other retailers, Unnatural Souls is a novella for the launch of Linda Foster’s upcoming series Realm of the Unclaimed, from Glass House Press. About Unclaimed Souls: It’s been almost a year since the night of the accident that should […]
Hi friends and fans, We’re reaching out to ask for help because we’re growing in ways that exceed our current expertise. We are seeking an extraordinary person to join our collective zine archiving project as a volunteer codemonkey/hacker/webdork programmer to help us fix and maintain our website at archive.qzap.org. The Queer Zine Archive Project (QZAP) […]
If you missed the Queer Zines – Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Going panel yesterday, you missed a really informative and fun panel. Our presenters above shared a wealth of knowledge, and I’m going to be collecting their online handounts and links and placing them below as I’m able to collect them. If […]
Headed to Orlando this weekend for the ALA Annual Conference? Scroll below for exciting GLBTRT programs and ways you can support Orlando while at conference.
Ways you can help in the wake of the Pulse Nightclub tragedy: Donate on the official GoFundMe page. All moneys are going to the victims and families of the shootings. Donate to the Pulse Tragedy Community Fund or directly to the LGBT Center in Florida. They’re providing counselors and assistance to families, friends, and others reeling from the attack. […]