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Episode three hundred six – part three ASSASSINS ANNOYMOUS is a fun ride-along with Mark – a reformed Killer for Hire who is REALLY trying to stay on the “No Killing Wagon”. Of course, the life he seeks is soon about to come into conflict with the life he left behind.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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I recently found myself in conversation with someone bemoaning their experience of going to a church that was a bit ‘happy clappy’. They were not a regular churchgoer but had gone for the baptism of their second child. Their first child had been baptised in a more traditional church and this had clearly been more in keeping with their expectation o…
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Episode three hundred six – part two OPHELIA WAS MURDERED delivers a fresh tour of a post apocalyptic landscape directly through the eyes of an unforgettable protagonist. Nate Draikinator Schoonover joins Turn the Page to chat about their thrilling first novel skillfully written in second person that matches art, poetry, and so much more with this …
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Episode three hundred six – part one Our favorite Buckaroo is back! Chuck Tingle brings another gleefully fun blend of horror and thoughtful social commentary with BURY YOUR GAYS, the story of Misha, a closeted filmmaker who finds himself in a crisis when the devils from his films begin to appear in real life.…
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Episode three hundred five – part two Philip Kaisary’s FROM HAVANA TO HOLLYWOOD: SLAVE RESISTANCE IN THE CINEMATIC IMAGINARY is a fascinating exploration of the depiction of slave rebellions on film. He stopped by to chat about his research into some extremely interesting films.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode three hundred five – part one Adam Nimoy’s THE MOST HUMAN: RECONCILING WITH MY FATHER, LEONARD NIMOY, is a touching and insightful exploration of his estrangement and reconciliation with his famous father. Adam stopped by to talk about fathers, fame, and legacy.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode three hundred five – part three Jenn chatted with Kirsty Greenwood, author of THE LOVE OF MY AFTERLIFE, a deeply funny and deeply touching rom-com about a recently deceased woman who meets “the one” in the hereafter’s waiting room and gets a second chance at her happily ever after.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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In 2014 ‘Cheka’ Tsybukh was 16 years old when she first volunteered as a medic in eastern Ukraine helping those being wounded in the fight against Russian aggression. She served for three years but returned again in 2022 after the full-scale invasion. She still had her whole life before her but was quoted as saying, ‘I want children, I want a house…
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Episode three hundred four - part twoJosh Malerman brings his unique voice back to Turn the Page to talk about INCIDENTS AROUND THE HOUSE, a not quite possession story narrated by Bela, an 8 year old girl at the center of it all. Josh discusses the origins of Bela’s story and how writing this book was most similar to BIRD BOX.…
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When the Michelin brothers started making car tyres, they weren’t thinking about fancy restaurants but how to feed themselves. To do that they needed to sell as many tyres as possible either on new vehicles or as replacements. So it was that they hit upon the idea of a free guidebook including recommendations about where to eat. The more people dro…
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When Jesus was telling his friends what to look out for as signs of his imminent return, I wonder if he had Taylor Swift in mind? Amongst the things Jesus mentioned were earthquakes and once again Taylor’s enthusiastic ‘Swifties’ have made the earth move. During her recent concerts in Edinburgh seismic activity was detected 6km away as her fans jum…
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Episode three hundred three - part oneRosalie M. Lin’s DAUGHTER OF CALAMITY is a gorgeous and evocative historical fantasy set in a richly imagined 1930s Shanghai. Rosalie stopped by to talk about the book’s creative blend of historical research and her personal experiences abroad that informed her writing.…
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Episode three hundred three - part threeJenn sat down with Ruth Bonapace to chat about her novel THE BULGARIAN TRAINING MANUAL, in which body builder Tina takes an Oz-like journey to Bulgaria and back again in search of a mysterious book with the power to unlock her fitness dreamsKirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode three hundred three - part fiveWho would fall in love with a serial killer? Tasha Coryell’s LOVE LETTERS TO A SERIAL KILLER introduces us to Hannah, who has been unlucky in love – until she meets William via her true crime obsession. The problem? William is incarcerated for being an alleged serial killer, and Hannah might be making a mistak…
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Episode three hundred two - part fourJenn spoke to director Frances Causey about her documentary FINAL FIGHT: WHEN THE TRAUMA OF WAR COMES HOME, which provides a fascinating and empathetic overview of the Post-Traumatic Stress epidemic in the American military. Learn more here: Final Fight (DVD)Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode three hundred two - part twoSusie Dumond’s LOOKING FOR A SIGN is a delicious queer rom-com about a down & out lesbian who decides to find her soul mate by dating every zodiac sign. Susie chatted about writing New Orleans, astrology, and navigating your Saturn Return!Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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With the UK general election in full swing the political parties are starting to publish their manifestos. They will be full of promises to cut taxes, create jobs, spend billions on healthcare and housing and generally make us all feel richer and happier. The problem is we’re all rather cynical, convinced that politicians promise the earth and then…
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Episode three hundred one - part fiveJenn was delighted to chat with cult filmmaker Lee Demarbre about his new instant cult classic, ENTER THE DRAG DRAGON. The Blu Ray is out June 11- learn more here! Enter The Drag Dragon (Blu-Ray/DVD)https://mvdshop.com/products/enter-the-drag-dragon-blu-ray-dvdKirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode three hundred one - part threeValerie Bauman, an investigative reporter at Newsweek, stopped by to talk about INCONCEIVABLE: SUPER SPERM DONORS, OFF-THE-GRID INSEMINATION, AND UNCONVENTIONAL FAMILY PLANNING is a fascinating and moving work that combines memoir and investigative reportingKirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode three hundred one - part fourMae Bennett zoomed in to chat about BARELY EVEN FRIENDS – A modern twist on Beauty and the Beast featuring a Plus sized Beauty named Bellamy who takes a job as a contractor to restore an estate under the care of the very grumpy Oliver Killington, the heir to an empire who is very unhappy to share space with anyo…
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Episode three hundred one - part oneAmy Dressler talks remixing Shakespeare, as well as all the research that went into writing, HOW TO ALIGN THE STARS, a contemporary twist on much ado about nothing, featuring Beatrice, am Astronomy Professor and her younger cousin Heron, a bride to be on the brink of graduating from the same small college where B…
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Episode three hundred one - part twoFamilial trauma haunts Elise decades after her sister Robin disappears. When 35 year old Elise’s ex is murdered in the same location as her sister’s disappearance, Victoria Helen Stone invites us to FOLLOW HER DOWN the trail were she hopes to find some answers to the past.…
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Episode three hundred - part oneCelebrating the 50th anniversary of the Adelettes we bring back this classic episode. Kristin Howell and Lindi Bortney chime in with Sharon to discuss the origins and legacy of The Adelettes, the Syosset High School Barber Shop Music group. Stay tuned for some lovely music featuring several generations of Adelettes a…
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Episode three hundred - part threeMister & Mischief (a.k.a. Jeff and Andy Crocker) are the dynamic creative duo behind immersive, interactive experiences like The Apple Avenue Detective Agency, 40 Watts From Nowhere, and Escape From Godot. They chatted with Jessikah & Jenn about creating audience-empowering art!…
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Episode two hundred ninety nine - part fourSara Wolf blends fantasy with scifi in her newest book HEAVENBREAKER a revenge story set against a tournament joust fought with Giant Robots in space! But what really drives this fast paced story into the stars are the unforgettable characters.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode two hundred ninety nine - part twoBill Shea’s A GRANDPA JOE DAY is a gorgeous children’s book about maintaining an optimistic outlook and the special bond between a grandparent and grandchild. Bill stopped by to talk about writing and illustrating this lovely tale.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode two hundred ninety eight - part threeJenn spoke to Dr. Philip Cioffari-- writing professor and instructor, novelist, and award-winning film writer, playwright, and director. They spoke about the craft of writing, his newest novel NIGHT & ITS LONGINGS, and what you learn from teaching others.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode two hundred ninety eight - part oneAuthor Nicola Solvinic questions the nature of growing up so close to evil. The Hunter’s Daughter finds “Good Cop” Anna in a world of danger when she must investigate a serial killer whose methods are eerily similar to the patterns of the Forest Strangler. Unbeknownst to Anna’s coworkers? The Forest Strang…
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Episode two hundred ninety eight - part twoChristina Henry is back with her own twist on a Gothic Horror novel set during the earlier days of the Covid Pandemic. When Horror lover Harry Adams gets a job cleaning the home of a reclusive director she finds herself and her teenage son wrapped up in a web of murder, lies, and movie props!…
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Robert Cumming was not the first art critic to be puzzled by Filippino Lippi’s famous 15th century painting Virgin and Child. It depicts Mary cradling the infant Jesus on her knee with two saints, Dominic and Jerome, praying in the foreground. But the picture’s perspective seems all wrong. The hills in the background look as if they might topple ou…
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Episode two hundred ninety seven - part one A. Ashley Hoff’s WITH LOVE, MOMMIE DEAREST: THE MAKING OF AN UNINTENTIONAL CAMP CLASSIC is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the divisive adaptation of Christina Crawford’s memoir detailing her mother Joan’s abuse, and its legacy.Kirjoittanut Syosset Public Library - Librarians
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Episode two hundred ninety seven - part threeCarley Fortune is back for a second time to speak with Evelyn about her newest novel THIS SUMMER WILL BE DIFFERENT. This is one of Carley's best books and the location at Prince Edward Island makes the book shine even more. Put this book on the top of your summer reads list!…
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