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A professor and a middle school teacher taste, review, and grade America’s best coffee roasters, craft breweries, and more. New episodes every Monday at 7am EST! Now available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever else you listen to podcasts!
 
Rob Kent interviews fellow authors, editors, literary agents, and other publishing professionals to discuss the craft and business of producing middle grade and young adult novels. New episode every Saturday. MiddleGradeNinja.com. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/middle-grade-ninja/support
 
Grade A Nation is an easily digestible podcast with no filler. Think of it as theater of the mind...and sometimes of the absurd! Topics are discussed with a quirky blend of humor and honesty. Hear from the interesting personalities of the day at their most unfiltered with compelling interviews. The podcast for folks that don't want to be pandered to or have their time wasted. A program presented by Grade A USA and hosted by Chris Thomas.
 
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Middle Grade Mavens

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The Middle-Grade Mavens are two Australian authors reviewing middle-grade children's books. We also chat with authors and illustrators about their inspiration, processes and experience and sometimes we interview publishers and agents to find out more about the industry. Whether you're a writer, school librarian, teacher, or just a book fan, this is for you. Julie Anne Grasso is the author of the Frankie Dupont Mystery series, cupcake enthusiast and part-time library book wrangler. Pamela Uec ...
 
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“Forget the scorecard,” advises Viru. Well, we can’t. Marnus tripled, Smudge doubled red, Gareth took six and Australia (essentially) cantered. It’s all we asked for, but is it enough? Of course not. So fresh, raw meat is mooted in Adelaide, in the form Lance Morris – all sunken eyes, Dieter Brummer salad – because we demand more. Or maybe it doesn…
 
Kereen Getten and I discuss her career in publishing and her new novel, IF YOU READ THIS. We talk about how she persevered despite the general discouragement of a lack of diversity in publishing as well as direct discouragement from a career counselor, how she met her agent online and then in person, how she deals with rejection and imposter syndro…
 
In this episode we give you some basic tips on street photography. If you have never been out to a city you should absolutely give it a try! We walk you through the ins and outs of what you might need while you're out there capturing those fantastic moments! #streetphotogrophy #candid #onetimeshots #goldengrade #shutterspeed #iso #streets #city #ma…
 
On this four year anniversary edition of Grade A Nation, Chris Thomas chats with Mike Cotayo. There is a famous joke about Mike: "a comic, a social worker, and an escort walk into a bar, and they're all Mike Cotayo." Okay, enough kidding around! Mike Cotayo is a great comic that has done it all and seen it all. From flying through a windshield in a…
 
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, it's a great time to look back and reflect on the many positives in our lives for the fourth annual Attitude of Gratitude special episode. Members of the Emmaus High School community took time during this busy period of the school year to share a little bit about what makes them #EastPennProud and thankful. …
 
What do we do when podcast fans send us free coffee to sample? We test and taste it live on air, of course! Join us this week as we review a fresh bag of Light Roast Guatemalan Candelaria, roasted by Catalpa Coffee in Northampton, MA! Roaster Website: https://catalpacoffee.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/a_grade_podcast/ Patreon: https://…
 
Isn’t it beautiful when blokes just care? Once again our golden generation bails us out of cricketing dystopia in ways “everyday” Australians understand. Forget our systemic sleepwalk into decline, what we really want to know is: who is the alpha? The answer is neither Cummins nor JL, and may surprise you. Elsewhere, blokes continue the eternal que…
 
One of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2017, Linda Sarsour, shares details about her life as featured in the middle grade edition of her autobiography, WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER. We talk about her work organizing the Woman’s March in 2017, the radicalizing moment that happened to her after the 911 attacks, why it’s crucial to get to kno…
 
Jack Canfora chats with Grade A Nation about his various pursuits over the years. Although Jack has accomplished quite a bit, his heart is in writing plays and the live theatre. On the show, Jack and Chris Thomas talk about: -Jack's passion for the written word and the musical nature of English -which genre of music matches Jack's voice -how to app…
 
In this episode we tackle some common photography stereotypes, are you guilty of some of these? Also, Will we ever travel to the Republic of Molossia? We mention some great Black Friday deals that you're not going to want to miss out on! #blackfridaycamera #republicofmolossia #kingkevin #stereotypes #canon #nikon #gopro #sdcards #blackfridaydeals #…
 
A special day in the annals of TGC as we sit down with an all-time great: Wasim Akram. The man of such prodigious and electrifying cricketing ability spends just over 30 minutes with us and we cover some ground: being spotted in the streets, circuiting with Imran, playing in England, hooping it, partying, addiction, and much more. The chat coincide…
 
TGC lands another white whale, without question, the one with the best obliques and leanest body mass. Faf du Plessis joins us to discuss nearly every sordid and amazing achievement of his glittering career. From being told to sit in a bathtub from his idol, Daryl Cullinan, to taking us into the showers of the Durban dressing rooms during Sandpaper…
 
Grade A Nation is joined by content creator Adelia Acker, who has an OnlyFans account with hundreds of thousands of followers as well as a podcast called That's OFfensive about working on the platform. Adelia has experienced a lot, including: -being kidnapped to go to rehab for smoking weed by her parents -growing up in a controlling and conservati…
 
We start this week with a full dissection of a run out at the non-striker's end in sub-district cricket in Melbourne. Australia have won an ODI series against Drunk England 3s, but is the team winning HARD enough? Steve Smith has found his hands again, though not the captain's armband. Dave Warner's leadership ban is set to be lifted and the WBBL i…
 
I tell Kelly McWilliams about a book I started to write before I discovered how very similar it is to her superior novel, AGNES AT THE END OF THE WORLD. We bond over our mutual fear of cults, including the cult of racism, and our love for Stephen King. We discuss her novel, MIRROR GIRLS, and our experiences in mixed-race families. We also talk abou…
 
In this episode Billy and Melissa talk about Marvel's Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and a few other things... Enjoy! The Movie Grader and Friends Podcast is an official podcast of themoviegrader.com It is produced by Billy Madden. I record the podcast episodes using a Yeti Blackout Edition USB Mic along with the GarageBand software on a MacBook Pr…
 
Best Kept by Kat McCoy is a jewelry consultation and sourcing company that tries to take the anxiety out of the jewelry purchasing process. Chris Thomas talks with Kat about how Best Kept was created and how it operates as a concierge service. Areas covered include: -why her experience growing up in wealthy Greenwich, CT doesn't mean she unable to …
 
Get TGC hoodies, t-shirts, caps, and bucket hats at our brand spanking new website: gradecricketer.com/shop. Sign up to Patreon for a 10% or 20% discount using a special code at patreon.com/gradecricketer This episode is brought to you by Budgy Smuggler. Buddy are about to release a new line of underwear! Use the code ALPHA for 20% off your order! …
 
Jessica Craig and I discuss her career in publishing from working as an international literary scout to becoming a literary agent to founding CRAIG LITERARY. We talk about the typical calendar in publishing and the best times to submit queries, addressing inequality and a lack of diversity, a paranormal experience, the importance of keeping your sp…
 
In this episode we discuss some of the mistakes we see new filmmakers make! Stay tuned were we discuss some of the mistake that we made in the past so you don't make them in the future! We announce news on the new Fujifilm X-H2 as well as answer some of your asked questions! Have a question, leave it in the comments below and we will answer it next…
 
In this fun-filled installment of Grade A Nation, Chris Thomas chats with adult content creator Serenity Cox, who has just exploded on the amateur scene through posting on Pornhub, earning over 200 million views and over 200,000 subscribers to her channel in short time. Serenity was awarded “Favorite Newcomer” at the 2022 Pornhub awards, as well as…
 
They're calling it the best World Cup ever but Australia is out and no one cares about it anyway.... unless you like T20 in which case it is absolutely sensational. Australia is out of the tournament, so what does this mean for the future of the sport in this country. Ed Cowan helps us out with these big issues and also signals that the start of th…
 
During this sometimes combustible chat on Grade A Nation, Chris Thomas chats with Matthew Karchner, a man who founded the non-profit ministry known as Castaway Ministries. Matthew operates the ministry out of Cambodia. Raised in the United States, Matthew has struggled for many years with his sexual identity, and also experienced drug dependency fo…
 
Neal Shusterman and I discuss eternal life, the singularity, and the meaning of death as portrayed in his series, THE ARC OF A SCYTHE, as well as the newest book, GLEANINGS. We talk about how Neal was first inspired by a teacher, why he studied theater and psychology rather than just focusing on writing, the significance of having an international …
 
In this episode we talk about the mistakes that starting photographers and filmmakers usually make. Do you make some of these mistakes? We as always answer some of your question and play a "POLARizing" would you rather! #goldengrade #Beginnerfilmmaker #Beginnerphotographer #episode8 #blackfriday #shutterspeed #checkyourego #fallphotos #consistancy …
 
When students have been asked what topics they want to hear more about on the 9th Grade Experience, mental-health related conversation is at the top of the list. Zoe Gaumer hopes her story about overcoming her own mental health battles can allow students to feel that they are not alone in dealing with their own struggle. Some of the topics Zoe cove…
 
On this installment of Grade A Nation, Dr. Soumyadip Rakshit (not pronounced how you think, get your mind out of the gutter) joins the program. Dr. Soum is the co-founder and CEO of sexual health company Mystery Vibe. He discusses the science behind where sexual health issues often stem from and how vibrating devices can improve not just sexual ple…
 
The World Cup is absolutely ruthless and so is the weather. It's all to play for as we head into the second week of round fixtures. Do New Zealand have a loss in them? Can Australia overturn their NRR? How did England lose to Ireland? South Africa is doing something good and Pakistan is out. Far Du Plessis describes the culture of the dressing room…
 
Brian Zapf has always been good at math. And the strategic CFO has taken those number skills from his start at a community bank to investment banking, to M+A advising, and his strategic CFO business today. But – it wasn’t until an accounting course at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University that Zapf fully grasped how financial statemen…
 
On this installment of Grade A Nation, Chris Thomas chats with Leigh Marz and Justin Zorn, authors of the book, “Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise.” The book approaches noise and silence in a sophisticated manner that should get people thinking about how the extent of noise and silence in one’s life can play a role in personal well-b…
 
Happy Halloween, Esteemed Audience! Dan Poblocki and I discuss the importance of writing horror novels for children such as his newest, TALES TO KEEP YOU UP AT NIGHT. We also talk about the craft of writing horror for younger readers and the fear some adults have of allowing children to think independently. Also, the subject of Dan having lived in …
 
In this Spooky episode we talk about all the advantages of learning composites! We discuss some of the composites we have made and ways in implement them in your Halloween, fall and winter photos! Stay till the end to hear one of our best would you rather yet! #goldengrade #spookyseason #halloween #photoshop #composites #masks #fallphotos #winterph…
 
ANNOUNCING OUR NATIONAL LIVE SHOW TOUR We’re live and in the flesh for the first time in three years, returning to the stage for a national tour accompanying the most hotly-anticipated double Test series specifically involving both the West Indies and South Africa in recent memory. Fresh(ish) from our sometimes-chart-topping podcast (charts mean no…
 
On this installment of Grade A Nation, Chris Thomas talks with Yasmeen Hassan, former local TV news anchor and recent co-founder of communications consulting firm H CUE. Areas covered include: -moving around quite a bit as a child and how that prepared Yasmeen for her work in television -starting work in broadcasting behind the scenes as a producer…
 
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