Welcome back everyone! New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo returns with more booktalks for you, as well as the first Manga Monthly interview of the year! Alyssa from the YouTube channel AnimeIntensity stops by the show to talk about what it's like vlogging reviews on her own channel. For more about AnimeIntensity, please visit Alyssa at either her Youtube channel itself or on Twitter at twitter.com/AnimeIntensity.
2020 is in the books, woohoo! And along with it goes the first year's worth of Manga Monthly episodes. Join New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo one last time in 2020 for another new set of manga booktalks.
We've reached double digits! THANK YOU LISTENERS! In addition to another block of manga booktalks, New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo holds an interview with Anime NYC show director Peter Tatara. Listen to hear about not only what goes into making a convention what it is, but also what happens when a global pandemic forces it to fold for a year. For more information on Anime NYC, check out their website (animenyc.com).
Hungry for new manga titles? You've come to the right place! New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo is back for you all, with a bunch of new booktalks for you all to enjoy. Happy reading and happy autumn everybody!
With summer coming to an end, that does not mean there are not good manga debuts coming down the pike! New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo is at it again with a batch of new booktalks. In addition, Renee Scott, (also a librarian with the New York Public Library, as well a book review blogger) sits down and discusses how she got into both librarianship and the fandom of anime/manga! To learn more about Renee, visit https://libraryladyreviews.weebly.com/ or https://twitter.com/libraryladynyc.
Half a year down, THANK YOU LISTENERS! This month, not only is New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo back with more manga booktalks, but a special interview as well! From Kaiten Books, Garrison Denim, Christian Knoll, and Andrew Hodgson joined Manga Monthly to pull back the curtain a little bit and let us know what it's like to be in both the manga publishing and translating businesses.
For more information on Kaiten Books, visit them at kaitenbooks.com & twitter.com/kaitenbooks.
In a time where the world appears to be in a very difficult place, New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo is here to bring you some joy through the beautiful pages of manga. He also gets the skinny on what it's like being a manga fan in Ireland during an interview with fellow podcaster Luke Hollywood (https://heronotespodcast.podbean.com/). Enjoy!
Back again live from quarantine! New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo returns with his slew of booktalks from newly-released & translated manga he read over the past month. Thank you for stopping by!
New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo returns once more! While we're all in self-quarantine indoors, hopefully a title or two from this episode's booktalks can pique your fancy and give you something else to focus on!
We're back again! New York Public Librarian Joe Pascullo returns with more manga booktalks, as well as an interview with fellow NYPL librarian Tabrizia Jones, creator of the book blog, Cup of Tea With That Book Please (cupofteawiththatbookplease.com)