1 hr 16 min

Bonus: Author Lyn Miller-Lachmann Rogue Librarians

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We were so excited to interview Lyn Miller-Lachmann about her new novel, ⁠⁠Eyes O⁠⁠pen. Lyn is an educator, an editor, and an author of young adult and middle grade novels, including Torch, winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and Moonwalking. Fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, she enjoys traveling to new places and lived part-time in Lisbon, Portugal, for many years. She lives in New York City. 

In the interview, we discussed how Lyn decided to write a YA novel-in-verse about life in Portugal in the 1960s, conducted her research, created her characters, and focused on the importance of standing up to injustice, the power of poetry, and the resilience of young people.

To learn more about Lyn Miller-Lachmann, please visit: 


her website: lynmillerlachmann.com (including a link to an educator guide for Eyes Open)⁠⁠⁠


her Instagram: instagram.com/lynmillerlachmann⁠

The song at the end of the episode is "Triste Fado," which was recorded in 1939 and is available for public use; it can be found on the Library of Congress website. 

Thanks to Chris for our music, Heather and Lizzie for their assistance, Dorothy for her editing skills, and our patrons for their financial support. 

Please visit our website for a⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠transcript⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠of this episode. If you would like to join our conversation, please visit ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠theroguelibrarians.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ or follow us on social media. Please consider supporting our podcast on ⁠⁠Patreon⁠⁠. We appreciate your support! 

Linktree: ⁠⁠@roguelibrarianspod⁠⁠ 

Instagram: ⁠⁠@roguelibrarianspod⁠⁠ 

Facebook: ⁠⁠@roguelibrarianspod⁠⁠ 

Patreon: ⁠⁠patreon.com/roguelibrarians


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We were so excited to interview Lyn Miller-Lachmann about her new novel, ⁠⁠Eyes O⁠⁠pen. Lyn is an educator, an editor, and an author of young adult and middle grade novels, including Torch, winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and Moonwalking. Fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, she enjoys traveling to new places and lived part-time in Lisbon, Portugal, for many years. She lives in New York City. 

In the interview, we discussed how Lyn decided to write a YA novel-in-verse about life in Portugal in the 1960s, conducted her research, created her characters, and focused on the importance of standing up to injustice, the power of poetry, and the resilience of young people.

To learn more about Lyn Miller-Lachmann, please visit: 


her website: lynmillerlachmann.com (including a link to an educator guide for Eyes Open)⁠⁠⁠


her Instagram: instagram.com/lynmillerlachmann⁠

The song at the end of the episode is "Triste Fado," which was recorded in 1939 and is available for public use; it can be found on the Library of Congress website. 

Thanks to Chris for our music, Heather and Lizzie for their assistance, Dorothy for her editing skills, and our patrons for their financial support. 

Please visit our website for a⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠transcript⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠of this episode. If you would like to join our conversation, please visit ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠theroguelibrarians.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ or follow us on social media. Please consider supporting our podcast on ⁠⁠Patreon⁠⁠. We appreciate your support! 

Linktree: ⁠⁠@roguelibrarianspod⁠⁠ 

Instagram: ⁠⁠@roguelibrarianspod⁠⁠ 

Facebook: ⁠⁠@roguelibrarianspod⁠⁠ 

Patreon: ⁠⁠patreon.com/roguelibrarians


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1 hr 16 min