Librarians Anonymous
  • Wooster Anon
3 episodes
Your hosts, Jeeves and Wooster, are opening the door to what really goes on behind the scenes at your local library. This podcast creates a safe space for librarians to share their bizarre, crazy, and unbelievable tales of librarianship while maintaining privacy for themselves and their patrons. About the shows music: Kathryn Rose is a folk musician and recording artist from the Pacific Northwest. She livestreams Celtic music the last Friday of every month at 7 pm Pacific Time on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kathrynrosefolk. Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kathrynfolk.

Episodes

Love is in the Stacks
2021 Feb 2138m 38s
It's February and love is in the air! Jeeves and Wooster talk romance, love, and heartbreak in the stack and interview "Rin," a reference librarian, who got married amongst the shelves of her former library. In addition to the interview, your hosts also discuss some welcomed and unwelcomed romantic gestures within library settings through some listener submitted stories. A few personal stories and reminiscences about their own loves and Valentine-adjacent memories round out the episode.
What is a library?
2021 Feb 1442m 37s
For their second episode, Jeeves and Wooster take a deep dive into the questions "just what a library is" and "what is it that librarians do?" Thanks to the help of their friends in the library community, they've come up with a plethora of answers to these questions as well as their takes on these responses. They share their thoughts on common misconceptions, outdated stereotypes, and speak openly about how to move past those dusty, old ideas.
An Introduction
2021 Feb 0430m 54s
This is the inaugural meeting, or should we say episode of Librarians Anonymous. Your hosts, Jeeves and Wooster, are opening the door to what really goes on behind the scenes at your local library. This podcast creates a safe space for librarians to share their bizarre, crazy, and unbelievable tales of librarianship while maintaining privacy for themselves and their patrons.
More episodes may be available on the podcast’s website.