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The Art of the Review - Episode 25 Reviewing Children's Liteature

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In this episode, we consider the art of reviewing children's literature with Mark West, Professor and Chair of the Department of English at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, book review editor for Children's Literature Association Quarterly and former editor of The Five Owls.

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Re: Podcasting Software and Recording Skype Interviews

Thanks for this very timely discussion. I'm new to podcasting (In The Past Lane) and have tried several call recording options. I just finished a phone interview using a program called Call Recorder that works with Skype. It costs $30 (they have a free trial for 7 days). I am amazed at how clean the recording is (both voices) compared to the other formats I've used. It's also remarkable easy - just press the record button when the Skype call is connected. Press stop at the end and it automatically saves the recording to wherever you specify in your hard drive. I hope this helps.

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