Apr 7, 2021
On today’s episode, join Katie and Miranda as they discuss memoirs. Listen as they discuss what they like most about memoirs and recommend a few of their favorites. If you already love memoirs or are just curious about the genre, tune in. You may hear about a new book that could interest you.
Jan 20, 2021
Join Tracy and Shellie as they discuss comfort reads: the books that bring them comfort, relax them, and that they can always turn to when they're in need of a good time.
Dec 2, 2020
Welcome to this episode of Stacks and Stories, the podcast of the Mississippi Library Commission. On today’s episode, University of Southern Mississippi Associate Professor of History Max Grivno talks about Mississippi's African Americans during and directly after the Civil War, including their service in the federal...
Nov 18, 2020
Welcome to this episode of Stacks and Stories, the podcast of the Mississippi Library Commission. On today’s episode, Pod Squad members Tracy Carr and Shellie Zeigler explore what it means to DNF, why you should give up on a book, and specific books they've given the axe. Please note that the following audio has been...
Oct 7, 2020
On today's episode of Stacks and Stories, Jackson State University Associate Professor of History and Margaret Walker Alexander National Research Center Director Robert Luckett talks about Margaret Walker's life experiences as both a Black intellectual and Black artist. This presentation is made possible by a grant...