Joshilyn Jackson & Matthew Quick | Fiction on Audio Coming in July

Fiction audiobooks releasing in July 2017

Eight Audiobooks About the Missing and the Lost Coming in July

Stephanie’s picks for July audiobooks about missing and lost people

Fandom, Cults, & Fortune Telling | Young Adult Audiobooks Coming in July

Young adult audiobooks releasing in July 2017

The Lighthouse Family Meets a Sea Lion | Early Elementary Audiobooks Coming in July

Early elementary audiobooks releasing in July 2017

Reading Minds & Bringing Back the Dead | Middle Grade Audiobooks Coming in July

Middle grade audiobooks releasing in July 2017

All Ears: Top Audiobook Titles for Summer and Fall | Audio Spotlight

This summer and fall will see a plethora of extraordinary titles on audio, with something for every listener, from podcast enthusiasts to historical fiction fans to theater devotees.

Intoxicating Reads, Listens, and Views: Begin with Bianca Bosker’s “Cork Dork” | RA Crossroads

As Lewis Carroll’s Alice so aptly points out, “What is the use of a book…without pictures or conversations?” Welcome to Readers’ Advisory (RA) Crossroads, where books, movies, music, and other media converge and whole-collection RA service goes where it may. In this column, wine leads me down a winding path.

Disco Fever

In light of the Library of Congress’s Bibliodiscotheque, disco celebration, let’s consider the essential disco songs.

LJ Media Reviews: May 15, 2017

No literary fiction collection would be complete without this Selection; an indelible collection of Mexico: Stories from Barkan; a seldom-seen jewel, The Last Best Year features an all-star cast; Bayou Maharajah offers great music, star power, a compelling biography, and a real feel for New Orleans

Women in Jazz: Part 1 | Music Matters

By collecting and promoting music by women in jazz, we can be a part of a countervailing force of inclusivity. To this end, I’d like to devote my next three columns to sharing a few amazing women jazz musicians and key recordings, so you can guarantee your library’s jazz collection isn’t a “boys only” club.