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A Readers’ Advisory Podcast about becoming better library staff by reading every genre, whether we like them or not! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers.

Mar 7, 2017

This episode we tackle the genre of...wait? What do you mean there’s no genre? We have to read things that aren’t for the book club?! I guess somehow we have time to consume other media outside of our book club picks! If you’re curious about what we read/listen/watch/play when we’re not way outside of our comfort zone, then listen along for a run down of what we’ve been into since the beginning of the 2017.

We talk superhot sidekick guys in mystery tv shows, sharing the same haircut with friends, planes, trains, and automobiles, too much snow in Canada (or at least in Vancouver), and Jessi getting scared by her cat.

In this episode

Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray | Jessi


Comics/Graphic Novels

  • Lumberjanes by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Shannon Watters, Brooke A. Allen, and others (recommended)
  • Suicide Squad by John Ostrander, Kim Yale, Luke McDonnell, and others
  • Monstress by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda (recommended)




Other Things Mentioned

Anna’s project on reading the research into #WhatWeRead and sharing her thoughts on it will happen over her Twitter and Tumblr accounts.


  • What are you into reading/watching/playing/or listening to?
  • What media do you suggest that we check out?
  • Can you recommend (or even name) any early Canadian writers or literature?

Check out our Pinterest boards and Tumblr posts for all the books people in the club read (or tried to read), follow us on Twitter,  and join our Facebook Group!

Join us again on Tuesday, March 21st for our first anniversary episode where we’ll discuss Detective Non-Fiction!

Then on Tuesday, April 4th when we’ll discuss “digital vs physical” and “library vs owning”.