Special Episode – 10b

Special Episode 10 – Part 2 – Syosset Bingo

We spoke with Dr. Sharon Borzone, a Syosset resident who led an initiative to support local healthcare workers and restaurants through community centered games of BINGO.

Special Episode – 10a

Special Episode 10 – Part 1 – Molloy Archives the Pandemic

We caught up with Christine Yu at Molloy college to chat about her effort to archive the pandemic on Long Island.

Turn The Page – Episode 91

Episode Ninety One – Hillary Huber Your Brilliant Audio Book Narrator!

Hillary Huber has given voice to over 500 audio books INCLUDING Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Quartet! We got a chance to chat with her (while in Quarantine) to discuss how she went from commercial voice overs to becoming an award winning audiobook narrator.

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Special Episode 9 — Libraries Stepping up. 

Libraries are used to changing their services on a dime, but with Covid-19 knocking on our doors we’ve had to pivot like never before. Today we are joined by a group of Long Island Librarians both in Suffolk and Nassau to discuss how we’ve mobilized our maker spaces to create PPE for healthcare workers on the frontline, and what it means for the future of our makerspaces.  (This interview Features James Hutter, Port Washington Public Library and NCLA President, Chris DeChristofaro of Sachem Library and The Library Pros Podcast, and David Ecker of Stony Brook University.)

Turn The Page – Episode 90

Episode Ninety 

Syosset Alum Peter Steinberg of Foundry Literary + Media joins us to discuss how he became a literary agent — and to reminisce about some of his favorite memories of Syosset!

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Special Episode Eight – The Indie Author Project

Hello Indie Authors! Are you writing during your time in quarantine? Today we are joined by Emily Gooding of the Indie Author Project! Emily tells us all about this initiative which ends on May 31, and how librarians and authors can work together in this project which is co-sponsored by Library Journal.

Turn The Page – Episode 89b

Episode Eighty Nine – Part 2


Francesca Serritella tells us about Ghosts of Harvard, her debut novel which mixes suspense, family drama, mystery and a good ghost story.

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Special Episode 7 – Teen Anxiety and Covid-19

Teens anxiety is usually a topic of discussion as it takes on so many forms — but now with the advent of an uncertain Summer and iffy Fall semester prospects teens are facing brand new territory. How can we help them when we ourselves are facing our own mental health crisis? Two specialists from Cohen’s Children’s Hospital weigh in.

Crisis Center Brochure


Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019

Turn The Page – Episode 88

Episode Eighty Eight – 

Graphic Novel artist and Author, Ngozi Ukazu chatted with us about Check Please! An adorable YA to Adult crossover Graphic Novel about college life, love, and hockey!