Talking Books with Susan Brown
Aaron’s reading the world’s nerdiest book, but he makes it work; Susan recommends new horror. Also, lots of cool events at the library!
Susan and Aaron are joined by artist Marie Rossettie, who’s taking over the pop-up space on 109 E. Franklin Street for a weekend exhibit called “Friends Making Funny Faces.”
Susan and Aaron are joined by artist/puppeteer Tarish Pipkins, aka “Jeghetto,” who’s taking over a space on East Franklin Street for a pop-up gallery this weekend.
It’s a busy week at the library – capped off by this weekend’s Big Book Sale!
Susan and Aaron are joined by Matt Gladdek of the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership to recommend books around the upcoming Food Truck Rodeo on Rosemary (Sunday, March 31, from 1-4 pm).
There’s a lot happening at the library this week – but of course we’re mostly talking about March Madness.
Susan and Aaron are joined by Patti Postage of the Durham-Orange Quilters Guild, discussing two upcoming events in Chapel Hill and recommending books about quilting. (No, not that one.)
Following a couple big basketball games, Susan and Aaron recommend books about victory and defeat. (Also, Susan promotes an upcoming event to remember the Chapel Hill Nine.)
Susan gets on her soapbox in defense of the romance novel, and we recommend our favorite literary love stories (and books about love stories).
The library launches a new automatic-renewal program – and Susan and Aaron recommend books based on this week in history.