Turn the Page Podcast
Episode one ninety nine - part two - Jenn sat down with Austin Trunick, author of the CANNON FILM GUIDE, part two of which is recently available. They chat about film history, the rise and fall of the
Episode one ninety nine - part five Children's Librarian Meghan F. chatted with Stacy Hackney about THE SISTERS OF LUNA ISLAND, a middle grade contemporary fantasy novel about three sisters with magic
Episode one ninety nine - part three - Jessikah chats with June Gervais about JOBS FOR GIRLS WITH ARTISTIC FLARE, the story of Gina, a young woman living on Long Island in the 80's. Gina dreams of bec
Episode one ninety nine - part one - It's graduation season for some, and others are gearing up for the college search this summer. Syosset High School Principal John Durante joins us to chat about th
Episode one ninety nine - part four - Abbi Waxman rejoins Evelyn to chat about ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED, her fun new novel set in the "Nina-verse", plus Abbi's love of power tools.
Part A - Stacey connected with music entrepreneur, Nabil Ayers about family, fathers, and DNA testing -- and of course MY LIFE IN THE SUNSHINE, Nabil's memoir about growing up the son of jazz musician
Part B - Kimberly Wolf aims to demystify adolescent girls and encourage their fathers to open a dialoge even if they know it will elicit eyerolls.
Episode one ninety eight - part three - Ann Leary zoomed in to chat about THE FOUNDLING, a historical fiction novel set at an "Asylum for Feebleminded Women" -- a real shap shot of a shameful time in
Episode one ninety eight - part four - Meghan welcomes Newbery Award winning author Tae Keller to chat about her most recent middle grade novel JENNIFER CHAN IS NOT ALONE. Keller's newest novel finds
Episode one ninety eight - part one - Once again, Carola Lovering gets us deep into the mind of three characters and forgotten love in her new romantic thriller CAN'T LOOK AWAY. Also discussed, how to