Episode 6 of Off the Shelf is now available. In this episode, Kghia Gherardi interviews author and Rez Libris publishers, Debbie De Louise (Dulcie Mills in Second Life). Simeon Beresford and Kghia Gherardi also provide an overview of the main events for readers taking place through Bookstacks.
Note: Schedule guest JJ Drinkwater was unable to be interviewed due to illness, but JJ will make an appearance on Off the Shelf in the future.
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During this episode, Simeon announced the winner of a signed copy of Mark Eller’s novel, Traitor. Soup Jonson will receive his book soon.
Debbie De Louise recently published her first novel, “Cloudy Rainbow,” available at Booklocker.com. Additional information about the novel can be found at Debbie’s website.
In Second Life, Debbie produces Rez Libris, a magazine about libraries and librarianship in Second Life. She is assisted by her staff including the following people:
- Dulcie Mills, Publisher
- Eirene Janus, Webmaster
- Vienna James, PR Director
- Bookie Balogh, News Editor
- Leeorie Alter, Assistant News Editor
- Stf Honi, Features Editor
- BlueAngel Lungu, Assistant Features Editor
- Sifriya Devin, Arts Editor
- Bunny Burnstein, Assistant Arts Editor
- Pia Klaar, Multimedia Editor (machinima)
- Verde Otaared, Multimedia Editor (photos)
- Clark Abismo, Publisher Emeritus
Debbie also discusses the memorial garden for pets she created in Second Life.
- Rez Libris: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Cybrary%20City/146/152/24
- Rainbow Gardens Pet Memorial: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Cybrary%20City%20II/129/13/21
This week’s musical interlude featured Slippolska by Erik Ask-Upmark on the Magnatune album Himlens Polska.