Turn The Page – Episode 122a

One hundred and twenty two part one

Author Rosemary Simpson is here to tell us about her historical Noir series where the bad guys are really bad and the Gilded Age glitters as darkness lurks beneath the facade.

Turn The Page – Episode 122b

One hundred and twenty two part two

Best known for “The Face on the Milk Carton”, Evelyn chatted with Caroline B, Cooney about “Before she was Helen”, another story of identity with a female senior protagonist living in a 55 or older community.

Turn The Page – Episode 122c

One hundred and twenty two part three

Barney chats with Reavis Z. Wortham about the reissue of The Rock Hole, the first in his series loosely based on his own experiences growing up in Texas in the 1960’s.

Special Episode 17

Special Episode 17

FB Live

It’s the end of a crazy year! So let’s celebrate in style. Listen to the audio OR check out the video above and join us for some Holiday Cheer to see our live interview with Andrew Shaffer author of Secret Santa, a horror comedy set in the 80s. Shaffer treated us to some information about Krampus, and other Yuletide monsters and took some audience Q&A. Shaffer is the author of the Obama Biden cozy mysteries, so as you might imagine, things got quite silly.

Turn The Page – Episode 121b

One hundred and twenty one – part 2

Recorded in front of a “live” zoom audience, author Julie Clark chatted about The Last Flight, her hot new thriller about two women looking to escape and end up on a collision course with the lives they have run from.

Turn The Page – Episode 121a

One hundred and twenty one – Part one

Debut author Halley Sutton stops in to chat about how her female focused Noir The Lady Upstairs tackles the #MeToo movement and how feminism has shifted to reflect various forms of empowerment.

Special Episode 16

Special Episode 16 – Syosset High School Robotics

When the Covid-19 Crisis shutdown Syosset Elite Robotics Team’s ability to compete in scrimmages, these resourceful sophomores used their various forms of expertise by creating PPE face shields for those in need locally and internationally. Three eager members of the club joined us to tell us more about this project.

Turn The Page – Episode 120

One hundred and twenty

Natalie Portman’s Fables is a delightful read for parents and children alike. With an eye on gender balance and modern sensibilities, Portman refreshes three classic fables and adds a twist of whimsy. Join one of Syosset most notable alumni as she discusses writing her book, attending high school while her acting career took off, and weighs in on the great debate of Bagel Master vs. Bagel Boss!

Turn The Page – Episode 119

One hundred and nineteen

Dungeons and Dragons and DINNER? We welcome Michael Witwer, co-author of Heroes’ Feast – a cookbook set in the magical realms of the world’s most popular Role Playing Game! Michael chats about how this book came about, research and influence in the recipes, and of course his favorite dishes to devour.

Special Episode 15

Special Episode 15 – The night John Lennon died – 40 years later

In honor of the 40th Anniversary of John Lennon’s Death, we are re-releasing Syosset Library’s podcast interview with Saundra Shohen, the hospital administrator at Roosevelt Hospital the night of December 8, 1980. Ms. Shohen passed away on September 22, 2020. We would also like to to take the time to honor Saundra, and all of the first responders who continue to give so much to people in need.