Each year the Library hosts readings, lectures, and discussions by authors and other public figures. You may listen to many of these programs by subscribing to the Library's authors & events podcast or by downloading one of the audio programs listed below. Our archive goes back more than 10 years and includes thousands of podcasts of memorable Library events.
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Ginger Gaffney discusses 'Half Broke: A Memoir'
Listen to this top-ranked horse trainer discuss her life-affirming memoir that offers profound insight into the ways both horses and humans seek relationships to survive. Recorded on Feb. 25, 2020.
Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 33.60MB] [Play time: 1 hr 13 min]
Courtenay Hameister and Luke Burbank talk about 'Okay Fine Whatever'
Listen to Live Wire's hosts Hameister and Burbank talk about Okay Fine Whatever, Hameister's hilarious account of facing her fears. Recorded on Feb. 12, 2020.
Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 49.68MB] [Play time: 0 hr 54 min]
Sarah Abrevaya Stein discusses 'Family Papers'
Listen to a conversation with author Sarah Abrevaya Stein on her new book Family Papers: A Sephardic Journey Through the Twentieth Century with Devin E. Naar, Sephardic Studies Chair at UW. Recorded on Feb. 4, 2020.
Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 30.81MB] [Play time: 1 hr 07 min]
Learn The Basics Of Intellectual Property With A Focus On Patents
If you are an inventor, entrepreneur, or other creator of innovative work, you can't afford to ignore your intellectual property (IP). Listen and learn more about IP from USPTO experts. Recorded on Jan. 21, 2020.
Listen to Audio (mp3) [file size: 23.84MB] [Play time: 0 hr 52 min]