Turn The Page – Episode 140b



Episode one forty – part two


From Hell’s Kitchen, to the Orphan Train, to western Montana. Rostad’s You Belong Here Now is an emotional story about a group of young people in need of a family. Set within a story of the treatment of wild horses in the west and what makes a home, Rostad tells us about her writing inspirations.


Turn The Page – Episode 140a



Episode one forty – part one


Jennifer Saint’s Ariadne turns the story of the Minotaur to focus on his sister Ariadne whose story is pushed aside after she guides the hero Theseus through the labyrinth. Saint chats with us about how mythology narrative often punishes the women adjacent to a male hero, why we crave female perspective, and the emotional weight of being the mother of a monster.


Turn The Page – Episode 139



Episode one thirty nine

We got a chance to chat with Madlyn Burkert, the Collections and Exhibitions Archivist at Lucasfilm Ltd. Madlyn took us on a “tour de force” of how she found herself on the path of a pop-culture archivist (shout out to L.I.U.), the challenges of providing reference for future projects, and so much more.


Turn The Page – Episode 138



Episode one thirty eight


The Neverending Story is often considered THE film at the root of Xennial trauma. Joined by Sarah Marshall, we discuss trauma depicted in the film, the author of the book whose own trauma inspired it all, and that DARN horse. It has to hurt if it is to heal.


Turn The Page – Episode 137c



Episode one thirty seven – part three

We hosted a live zoom audience with Mat Heagerty and Steph Mided, the author artist team behind the graphic novel Martial Ghost Centaur! 

Watch the video here


Turn The Page – Episode 137b



Episode one thirty seven – part two

From dark fantasy to horror writer, Christina Henry joined us to discuss what defines a fairy tale, the need for nostalgic horror from the female perspective and her newest novel Near the Bone, which brings chills and thrills to the very last page.


Turn The Page – Episode 137a



Episode one thirty seven – part one

Artist Tim Fielder tells us about his graphic novel Infinitum: An Afro Futurist Tale, the story of King Aja Oba, a warlord cursed with the “gift of Immortality. Tim defines Afro Futurism, talks about his influences and DRAWS Jessikah.


Special Episode 21



Special Episode 21 – Summer Scares! with Becky Spratford and Konrad Stump

Summer is a great time to read Horror Fiction! We are joined by Becky Spratford (RA For All) and Konrad Stump (The Springfield-Greene County Library District) to discuss Summer Scares 2021 and why we love to be scared.

Beck and Silvia Moreno-Garcia on Shelfcare
https://www.booklistreader.com/2021/02/23/books-and-authors/shelf-care-episode-13-summer-scares-2021/

http://raforallhorror.blogspot.com/p/summer-scares.html

Announcing the 5th Annual StokerCon Librarians’ Day Schedule of Events

Summer Scares Programming Guide


Turn The Page – Episode 136a



Episode one thirty six – part one

Author Kyra Wilder’s book Little Bandaged Days introduces us to a young mother on the verge of breakdown. We got to chat with Kyra about the need for comprehensive mental and emotional care for mothers, the evergreen need for parental leave, and the hilariously titled children’s book she wishes to one day write.

Of course, we discussed Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper. See more information below.

https://www.charlotteperkinsgilman.com/2008/05/fat-and-blood-index-s-weir-mitchell.html

https://www.charlotteperkinsgilman.com/2008/04/yellow-wallpaper-novella.html