Papercut: The Nyack Library Podcast
Tune into the Nyack Library’s monthly podcast Papercut. Every themed episode, we’ll get together to discuss our favorite books, movies, and television; welcome special guests from within and without the library world to add a story or two; feature a bit of local history; and let everyone know about upcoming Nyack Library programs and news.
3 days ago
Happy October, Papercut is back! Join hosts Rosemary Farrell, Georgia Grandstaff, and Tracy Dunstan as we discuss all things Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. We'll help you get the spooky month of October started. Special thanks to our guests Christina Orban-La Salle, Director, Visitor Services and Sales at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, and Jonathan Kruk, Master Storyteller. You can learn more about both at: https://jonathankruk.wixsite.com/legendofsleepyhollow http://sleepyhollowcemetery.org
Friday Oct 01, 2021
Happy October, Papercut is back! Join us as we discuss all things Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. Special thanks to our guests Christina Orban-La Salle, Director, Visitor Services and Sales at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, and Jonathan Kruk, Master Storyteller. You can learn more about both at: https://jonathankruk.wixsite.com/legendofsleepyhollow http://sleepyhollowcemetery.org
Monday Jul 26, 2021
Join hosts Rosemary Farrell, Georgia Grandstaff, and Tracy Dunstan. We share library tales in conjunction with this year's summer reading theme - tales and tails. You'll hear stories from us and returning guest Aldona Pilmanis and staff member Minerva Parker. We'll also share snippets from "I Work at a Public Library: A Collection of Crazy Stories from the Stacks" by Gina Sheridan. We'll be back with season 2 in October.
Tuesday Jul 20, 2021
Join us for Episode 10 on July 26th when we premiere our final episode of season 1. In conjunction with this year's summer reading we will be sharing library tales! We'll be back with season 2 in October.
Wednesday Jun 16, 2021
Join us on June 21st as we celebrate PRIDE month. Stonewall Book Award Winner! A fierce coming-of-age verse novel about identity and the power of drag, from acclaimed poet and performer Dean Atta. Perfect for fans of Elizabeth Acevedo, Jason Reynolds, and Kacen Callender. Michael is a mixed-race gay teen growing up in London. All his life, he’s navigated what it means to be Greek-Cypriot and Jamaican—but never quite feeling Greek or Black enough. As he gets older, Michael’s coming out is only the start of learning who he is and where he fits in. When he discovers the Drag Society, he finally finds where he belongs—and the Black Flamingo is born. Told with raw honesty, insight, and lyricism, this debut explores the layers of identity that make us who we are—and allow us to shine.
Thursday May 20, 2021
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how the Nyack Library creates and presents our Schubert Award-winning Black American Culture and Arts series, originally inspired by and focused on the life and legacy of Dr. Toni Morrison. This series continues in 2021, with the Black Family as its theme, and includes our upcoming four programs devoted to Juneteenth, now an official New York state holiday. We also touch upon the challenges of library work during the pandemic and how living in the virtual world allowed us to re-think and recreate our approach to programming. This episode will premiere on May 24th.
Monday Apr 26, 2021
Join hosts, Rosemary Farrell, Tracy Dunstan, and guests Belinda Cash and Laurie Needell as we discuss gardens and gardening! Want to find out where to get the books we mention in our episodes? https://www.nyacklibrary.org/curated-book-lists Nyack Seed Exchange: https://www.nyacklibrary.org/nyack-seed-exchange.html Theme music composed by Evan Garcia-Renart
Thursday Apr 22, 2021
It's a special sneak peek for Earth Day! Check out the first 10 minutes of our gardens and gardening episode with special guests Belinda Cash and Laurie Needell of the Nyack Seed Exchange. Find out more about the Nyack Seed Exchange: https://www.nyacklibrary.org/nyack-seed-exchange.html
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