Turn the Page Podcast
Episode one forty five - part three - Stacey caught up with Alex George to discuss The Paris Hours, his new historical fiction novel which unites the maid of Marcel Proust, an Armenian refugee turned puppeteer, Gertrude Stein.
Episode one forty five - part two - Former NYT Reporter turned full time writer Margalit Fox zoomed in from the ether to tell us all about her latest narrative non-fiction book Confidence Men, a true story involving two prisoners of war (WWI) who ...
Episode one forty five - part one - There's something in the water here in Syosset that makes great bagels and cultivates notable alumni. Matt Grant, class of 2001 joins us to talk about his career as an investigative reporter.
Episode one forty four - part two - A cookbook that let's you bring the most outrageous foods of NYC to your own kitchen? Greg and Rebecca of Devour Power talk about Devour NYC, their book that aims to do just that.
You've all heard of The Neverending Story, but have you heard of Momo? - We are joined by writer Hector Gonzalez (@mexicanity on Twitter) to discuss. - Héctor González (he/they) is a queer non-binary México-born speculative writer living in Austin,
Episode one forty four - part three - A book about a "Tiny Tired Lesbian Solving Crimes in the Prohibition Era"! Nekesa Afia, debut author and NaNoWriMo alumni tells us about "Dead Dead Girls" the very first in the Harlem Renaissance Mysteries whi...
Episode one forty three - part one - Part one of a series, we caught up with Twitter Media Critic @fangirljeanne to discuss popular horror media as it relates to race and the image of the Middle Class.
Episode one forty three - part two - Every old panic is new with Clay McLeod Chapman. - True Crime and Horror blends well in Whisper Down the Lane is a terrifying look at the corrosive nature of guilt set simultaneously between the 1980's during ...
Episode one forty three - part three - Set in the world of the popular horror podcast Rabbits, we caught up with Terry Miles to discuss Rabbits the Novel, uncanny coincidences, and our own experiences with the Mandela Effect.
Episode one forty two - part two - Marisa Silver tackles friendships, grief, and parenting in The Mysteries, a story set in the 1970's which explores the friendship between two young girls -- one reserved,