Stephanie Klose

About Stephanie Klose

Stephanie Klose (sklose@mediasourceinc.com, @sklose on Twitter) is Media Editor, Library Journal.

Audio Publishers’ Survey Reveals Continued Growth

The APA’s sales and consumer surveys reveal continued robust growth in the audiobook market and the importance of libraries to listeners.

Board Game Media | Games, Gamers, & Gaming

Starting or maintaining a library’s game collection on a limited budget is a daunting task as thousands of games are published every year. As the tabletop hobby grows in popularity, there are numerous online resources to assist you in selecting games for your library’s collection.

2018 Audie Award Winners

The Audio Publishers Association (APA) announced the winners of the 2018 Audie Awards at its 23rd Annual Audies Gala, hosted by narrator Simon Vance, on May 31 at the New-York Historical Society in New York City.

2018 Audie Award Finalists

The Audie Awards recognize outstanding audiobooks and spoken-word entertainment; finalists in 30 categories have been announced

Music for (All of) the Ages | Music Matters

Whether the vagaries of early spring temperatures are keeping energetic kids indoors or parents are thinking ahead to summer road trips, music that can be enjoyed by every member of the family is worth its weight in gold.

Zadie Smith & Nassim Nicholas Taleb | February Nonfiction on Audio

A new essay collection from Zadie Smith, Patti Smith on why she writes, and Nassim Nicholas Taleb on accepting risks in everyday life.

Stories Set in the World of Black Mirror | February Fiction on Audio

A collection of stories set in the world of Black Mirror, a debut novel about an Iranian poet, and a new book from Sophie Kinsella.

New series from Rachel Hartman & Tamora Pierce | YA

Rachel Hartman launches a new series set in Goredd and Tamora Pierce tells the story of how Numair Salmalín came to Tortall.

Missing Persons | Stephanie’s Picks

February mysteries and thrillers featuring someone (or someones) going missing

Megan Frazer Blakemore, Vashti Harrison, & Margaret Peterson Haddix | Middle Grade

An illustrated group biography of exceptional black women, series installments from Blakemore and Haddix, and a biography of Madeleine L’Engle written by her granddaughters.