Lost in the Stacks

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from January 23rd, 2015 (“A Good Archive Is Hard To Find”) Episode 241

Clip from Little Boxes in the Archive by Letters from the Abyss
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Flannery Said” by The Moaners

Interview with Rosemary Magee (Emory University)

File this set under E185.615 .C32:
“Mojo Hannah” by Little Esther Philkios
“Cha Cha Cha” by MC Lyte

Continued interview with Rosemary Magee

File this set under PZ4 .O183:
“Everything That Rises Must Converge” by Shriekback
“Interacting Heat” by Angie Rox

Continued interview with Rosemary Magee

File this set under BF318 .C44:
“See Me” by She Keeps Bees
“A Good Man Is Hard To Find” by Tom Waits

Credits: “Kent” by Slint

“Four Women” by Nina Simone

Mailbag: “Give It Up” by Public Enemy

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Gender Studies and the Librarian” on Friday, January 30th!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from January 16th, 2015 (“The Gendered Archive”) Episode 240

Clip from Fugitive Waves
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“They Say I’m Different” by Betty Davis

Interview with Morna Gerrard (Georgia State University)

File this set under HQ1233 .W663:
“You Don’t Own Me” by Lesley Gore
“The Incredible He Woman” by Stereolab
“You Think You’re a Man” by Divine

Continued interview with Morna Gerrard

File this set under HQ1075 .L564:
“The Woman Inside of Me” by Chris Knox
“I Wish I Was a Man” by KJ Johnson
“Cowboy Love” by the Reverend Horton Heat

Continued interview with Morna Gerrard

File this set under HQ1180:
“Girls Aren’t Just Girls” by Z Cars
“David Watts” by The Kinks

Credits: “Tweezer (Reprise)” by Phish

“The Lumberjack Song” by Monty Python

Mailbag: “Into the Void (Sealth)” by Soundgarden

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “A Good Archive Is Hard To Find” on Friday, January 23rd!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from January 9th, 2015 (“The Barbie Re-Mix”) Episode 239

Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Frustration” by Crime

Interview with Casey Fiesler (Georgia Tech)

File this set under QE47 .G45:
“Freeze” by The Models
“Cool It Down” by The Velvet Underground

Continued interview with Casey Fiesler

File this set under PQ307 .E95:
“Son of a Gun” by The La’s
“Subversive Pleasure” by Chalk Circle
“Youngblood” by Heather Christian and the Arbornauts

Continued interview with Casey Fiesler

File this set under BC135 .L58:
“Would Be Saboteurs Take Heed” by Emily’s Sassy Lime
“My Defiance” by Comet Gain
“Hey Hey Helen” by ABBA

Credits: “Fool in the Rain” by Led Zeppelin

“Everybody Rocks” by Barbie and the Rockers

Mailbag: “Thickfreakness” by The Black Keys

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, “Gender and Archival Collections” on Friday, January 16th!

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Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from January 2, 2015 (“The Library of/at Alexandria”) REBROADCAST Episode 74

Clip from Cosmos
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“Soul of a Man” by Beck
Excerpt from “Care of the Soul” by Stephen Ramsay
Excerpt from “Slaves & Bulldozers” by Soundgarden

File this set under HM861:
“My Egyptian Grammer” by The Fiery Furnaces
“Hiding All Away” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Excerpt from Connections by James Burke
Excerpt from “Stealin'” by The Wood Brothers

File this set under Q171:
“Fire in Cairo” by The Cure
“Libraries” by Yellow Ostrich
Excerpt from Cosmos by Carl Sagan
Excerpt from “Cygnus X-1” by Rush

“Stomp” by The Stone Foxes

Outro: “Egyptian Cream” by Robyn Hitchcock & The Eygptians

Lost in the Stacks from December 26, 2014 (“A LITSmas Carol”) Episode 238

LITSLogoHoliday

What happens when George “Scrooge” P. Burdell says “bah humbug” to libraries? Why, he gets a talking to from the ghost of Dorothy Crosland, of course!

In honor of libraries across the world, and in the Dickensian holiday spirit, Lost in the Stacks (also known by the acronym LITS) presents for you a radio drama: a “LITSmas Carol.”

In keeping with the finest of radio plays, there’s action, adventure, romance, flashbacks, cheesiness, sonic peril, funny voices, words from our sponsors, and yes, musical interludes, orchestrated by yours truly, the librarians.

So find a cozy study carrel or grab your colleagues and a keg of hot cocoa and huddle around the reference desk radio to enjoy this tale of glad tidings and good library cheer.

Happy Libraries to All!
The crew of Lost in the Stacks
WREK 91.1 FM Atlanta