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Heavy Meta #14: Interview with William Geller

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Up this week, a fascinating interview with William Geller, who’s been researching sporting and logging camps in Maine. To see all his books published at the Digital Commons at the University of Maine, head on over to here. I learned so much about things I knew nothing about during this interview. Check it out!

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Heavy Meta #13: Interview with Pat O’Donnell

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Up this week, Kelly and I talk to UMF professor, poet, and writer Pat O’Donnell about her writing process, current works in progress, and experiences traveling in Ireland, Wales, and more.

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Heavy Meta #12: Traveling with Theresa Overall

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There’s a new episode of my podcast, Heavy Meta, up now for your listening pleasure. This week, Kelly and I talk to UMF professor Theresa Overall about her experiences traveling the world. Give it a listen!

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Heavy Meta #11: Interview with Allison Hepler

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Kelly and Bryce launch a new season of Heavy Meta, starting off with an interview with Allison Hepler. She’s written a book about McCarthyism and libraries which sounds fascinating. We find out all about it.

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Heavy Meta #10: Library Funding

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There are some potential troubles for libraries in the future, both nationally and in Maine. Kelly and Bryce discuss what these are and what their impact might be.

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