Podcast: Chatting with Turbitt and Duck

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Last week I had a great early morning for me late night for them chat with Amy Walduck and Sally Turbitt, better known to librarians and podcasters as the great Turbitt & Duck for their most excellent podcast of the same name. I loved this chat and I’m happy now that you can listen in on our chat now that Episode 15 of their podcast is live. Head on over to their website and give it a listen.

Amy and Sally are great people. I first met Amy back when I visited the State Library of Queensland in 2015 and I have been connected to Sally online for quite a few years now. Both of them show a great passion for what libraries do right now and what they can do in the future. Their enthusiasm is infectious, and they are the kind of talented and creative people I think I want in my life. We chatted about everything that seems to be on my mind these days: creativity, gardens, work, family, positivity, working in a small town library, and a lot more.  I hope you enjoy the podcast.

I’ll also put in a nice plug for their Facebook group THE FISH POND. It’s a great place to chat with other librarians and share ideas. I usually get really overwhelmed by library Facebook groups. They’re either way too big or they get super gossipy and dramatic. This one doesn’t do any of those things and it just feels right. The energy is there.

Follow Turbitt & Duck on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TurbittNDuck

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