What's America's favorite book of all time? Michael Cart tells you that and more in his latest podcast from the book beat!
Here is a list of titles mentioned in this podcast (there were a lot of them!).
In his latest podcast, Infopeople's resident comics enthusiast Michael Cart reports on the latest big doings in the world of the visual in this podcast.
Highlights include some thoughts on new trends in the field and an overview of the recent New York Comic Con. Here is a bibliography of citations from this podcast (in PDF format).
In his latest podcast, Michael Cart talks about the increasing use of comic books in the (gasp!) classroom. Is he outraged? What do you think? Here is a bibliography of citations from this podcast (in PDF format). Note: This was incorrectly posted as a podcast on New York's April
Comic Con. Our apologies for the error.
In his latest podcast, Infopeople's book maven Michael Cart talks about the gradual migration of books and other print-based product from paper to digital formats.
Missed some of the books & other references he makes in this podcast? Ta-da, a PDF list is here!
What’s the most influential comic strip in history? In his latest podcast, Infopeople’s book guy – and unrepentant comics fan – Michael Cart answers that and other compelling questions about the contemporary world of comics publishing in his latest podcast!
In this podcast, Infopeople’s book guy Michael Cart reports and comments on the winners of this year’s ALA book awards for youth literature. Fasten your seat belts, folks. There are some surprises in store!