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Bio, Vita, and Social Media Presence

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Kaite Mediatore Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public Library. She holds Masters degrees in Library Science and English Literature from Emporia State University. Stover is the co-editor of The Readers' Advisory Handbook (ALA Editions 2010) with Jessica E. Moyer. She has contributed chapters to Research-Based Readers' Advisory (ALA Editions 2008) and Integrated Advisory Service (Libraries Unlimited 2010). Stover wrote the "He Reads, She Reads" column for Booklist with David Wright from 2004-2016 and "Under the Radar" for Public Libraries from 2012-2017. Stover has published articles in Reference & User Services QuarterlyLibrary JournalWilson Library Bulletin, Young Adult Library ServicesThe Emporia GazetteThe Kansas City KansanPresent MagazineINK, and The Kansas City Star. Stover served on the Penguin Random House Library Advisory Board and is a founding member and former Steering Committee member for LibraryReads. She is the recipient of the 2018 Margaret E. Monroe Award, 2012 Allie Beth Martin Award, and was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker in 2003. She reviews fiction, audiobooks, and professional reading for Booklist and reviewed nonfiction for IndiePicks magazine. Stover speaks regularly at international, national, regional, and state conferences on readers, reading, trends in publishing and reading, and training for library staff with an emphasis on readers' advisory and customer service. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

 

Alternate Bio

Kaite Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public Library. She holds Master's degrees in Library Science and English Literature from Emporia State University. Stover is the co-editor of The Readers' Advisory Handbook (ALA Editions 2010) with Jessica E. Moyer. From 2004-2016, Stover wrote the "He Reads, She Reads" column for Booklist with David Wright and wrote "Under the Radar" for Public Libraries from 2012-2017. Stover is a founding member and former Steering Committee member for LibraryReads. She is the recipient of the 2018 Margaret E. Monroe Award, 2012 Allie Beth Martin Award, and was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker in 2003. During the pandemic, Kaite read and listened to far more books than she thought possible, failed to learn how to use an InstaPot, and walked streets in her neighborhood she never knew existed. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

 

Funny Alternate Bio

Kaite Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public LibraryYou’ve heard her shoot her mouth off about books on KCUR’s “Walt Bodine Show,” “Up to Date with Steve Kraske,” and “Central Standard with Gina Kaufmann.” She’s bent your ear about books and reading at YFL pop up events at Bier Station. Kaite insists you read KCPL Big Read titles like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Things They Carried, Poet Laureate Joy Harjo’s An American Sunrise. She has a bunch of awards from professional Libraryland, is asked for her opinion on books and reading from Portland to Iceland, and has published a lot of articles and books whose titles she can’t remember. During the pandemic, Kaite read and listened to far more books than she thought possible, failed to learn how to use an InstaPot, and walked streets in her neighborhood she never knew existed. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

 

Social Media Presence

Blog: Kaite's Book Shelf

Facebook

Goodreads

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LinkedIn

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Twitter: @MarianLiberryan

 

Vita (updated September 2019)

 

Kaite Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public Library. You’ve heard her shoot her mouth off about books on KCUR’s “Walt Bodine Show,” “Up to Date with Steve Karaske,” and “Central Standard with Gina Kaufmann.”  She’s bent your ear about books and reading at YFL pop up events at Bier Station. Kaite insists you read KCPL Big Read titles like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Things They Carried, and soon, Poet Laureate Joy Harjo’s An American Sunrise. She has a bunch of awards from professional Libraryland, is asked for her opinion on books and reading from Portland to Iceland, and has published a lot of articles and books whose titles she can’t remember.  During the pandemic quarantine, Kaite read and listened to far more books than she thought possible, failed to learn how to use an InstaPot, and walked streets in her neighborhood she never knew existed. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

Kaite Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public Library. You’ve heard her shoot her mouth off about books on KCUR’s “Walt Bodine Show,” “Up to Date with Steve Karaske,” and “Central Standard with Gina Kaufmann.”  She’s bent your ear about books and reading at YFL pop up events at Bier Station. Kaite insists you read KCPL Big Read titles like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Things They Carried, and soon, Poet Laureate Joy Harjo’s An American Sunrise. She has a bunch of awards from professional Libraryland, is asked for her opinion on books and reading from Portland to Iceland, and has published a lot of articles and books whose titles she can’t remember.  During the pandemic quarantine, Kaite read and listened to far more books than she thought possible, failed to learn how to use an InstaPot, and walked streets in her neighborhood she never knew existed. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

Kaite Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public Library. You’ve heard her shoot her mouth off about books on KCUR’s “Walt Bodine Show,” “Up to Date with Steve Karaske,” and “Central Standard with Gina Kaufmann.”  She’s bent your ear about books and reading at YFL pop up events at Bier Station. Kaite insists you read KCPL Big Read titles like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Things They Carried, and soon, Poet Laureate Joy Harjo’s An American Sunrise. She has a bunch of awards from professional Libraryland, is asked for her opinion on books and reading from Portland to Iceland, and has published a lot of articles and books whose titles she can’t remember.  During the pandemic quarantine, Kaite read and listened to far more books than she thought possible, failed to learn how to use an InstaPot, and walked streets in her neighborhood she never knew existed. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

Kaite Stover is the Director of Readers' Services for The Kansas City Public Library. You’ve heard her shoot her mouth off about books on KCUR’s “Walt Bodine Show,” “Up to Date with Steve Karaske,” and “Central Standard with Gina Kaufmann.”  She’s bent your ear about books and reading at YFL pop up events at Bier Station. Kaite insists you read KCPL Big Read titles like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Things They Carried, and soon, Poet Laureate Joy Harjo’s An American Sunrise. She has a bunch of awards from professional Libraryland, is asked for her opinion on books and reading from Portland to Iceland, and has published a lot of articles and books whose titles she can’t remember.  During the pandemic quarantine, Kaite read and listened to far more books than she thought possible, failed to learn how to use an InstaPot, and walked streets in her neighborhood she never knew existed. Follow her on Twitter @MarianLiberryan and Instagram @KaiteStover.

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