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Library Talks
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Join The New York Public Library and your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
 
The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, culture, and what to read next.
 
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Library Talks
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Join The New York Public Library and your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
 
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Writer's Bone
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Author Daniel Ford and screenwriter Sean Tuohy discuss the craft of writing with best-selling authors, well known screenwriters, and comedians with the help of the most badass up-and-coming writers on the Internet.
 
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Library Bytegeist
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This podcast is a collection of audio stories from the libraries, archives, and museums of New York City. It is brought to you by the Metropolitan New York Library Council, where the libraries and archives of New York comes together to learn, share ideas, and collaborate.
 
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Assessment Forum
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Columbia University Libraries / Information Services hosts Assessment Forums throughout the year.
 
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Author Amanda Goldblatt joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her debut novel Hard Mouth. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about “Veronica Mars.” To learn more about Amanda Goldblatt, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm, Daniel Ford's Black Coffee, and OneRoom. A ...…
 
Author R.L. Maizes joins Daniel Ford on the show to discuss her sensational debut short story collection We Love Anderson Cooper. To learn more about R.L. Maizes, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm, Daniel Ford's Black Coffee, and OneRoom.…
 
Author William Dameron joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his memoir The Lie: A Memoir of Two Marriages, Catfishing & Coming Out. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about the recent passing of literary giant Toni Morrison. She references two articles: Doreen St. Félix's "Toni Morrison and What Our Mothers Couldn’t Say" in The New Yor ...…
 
Frank and Gwen do a deep dive into their summer reading pick, Mona Awad's new novel, Bunny—a dark satirical take on female friendship, loneliness, desire, and creative writing MFA programs. Alert: spoilers! tons of 'em! Tell us what everybody's talking about in your world of books and libraries! Suggest Hot Topix(TM) by email or voice memo to p ...…
 
Author Lori Goldstein talks to Rebecca Weston about her YA novel Screen Queens. To learn more about Lori Goldstein, visit his official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. To learn more about Rebecca Weston, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s e ...…
 
Bassey Ikpi, a Nigerian-American writer, spoken word artist, and mental health advocate, joins Daniel Ford on the show to discuss her essay collection I’m Telling the Truth, But I’m Lying (out Aug. 20 from Harper Perennial). To learn more about Bassey Ikpi, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter. Today’s episode is sponsored by Li ...…
 
Writer and director Aaron Harvey joins Sean Tuohy on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his new film “Into the Ashes.” Caitlin Malcuit also chats about her second experience at a live How Did This Get Made? live event. To learn more about Aaron Harvey, follow him on Twitter. Watch the “Into the Ashes" trailer. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libr ...…
 
On July 24, authors Daniel Ford and Hank Phillippi Ryan celebrated the launch of Black Coffee at Trident Booksellers & Café by having in-depth conversation about where inspiration strikes, the ups and downs of the writing process, and what it’s like living with multiple characters in their heads. To learn more about Daniel Ford, visit his offic ...…
 
Author Karen Strong talks to Rebecca Weston about her highly praised middle-grade novel Just South of Home. To learn more about Karen Strong, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. To learn more about Rebecca Weston, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitte ...…
 
Author Erin Somers joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her debut novel Stay Up with Hugo Best. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about the recent release of Madonna’s “Like A Prayer” demos. To learn more about Erin Somers, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter. Also read our review of Stay Up with Hugo Best in July's " ...…
 
Do you dog-ear? Use bookmarks or sticky notes? Write notes in margins? Or do you—heaven forbid—underline? We delve deep into the ethical implications of leaving your mark on library books. Plus: two new summer reads and one musical cue. Suggest Hot Topix(TM) or tell us what you think about summer reading! Email podcasts[at]nypl.org or call 507- ...…
 
The one and only Laura Lippman returns to the show and chats with Daniel Ford about her new book Lady in the Lake. To learn more about Laura Lippman, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also listen to our first interview with the author and read our review of Lady in the Lake in July’s “Bo ...…
 
Author Zara Raheem talks to Stephanie Ford about her debut novel The Marriage Clock (out July 23 from William Morrow). To learn more about Zara Raheem, visit her official website and follow her on Instagram. Also read Stephanie’s review of The Marriage Clock in July’s “Books That Should Be On Your Radar.” Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.f ...…
 
Bianca Marais, Writer’s Bone favorite and author of Hum If You Don’t Know the Words, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her latest novel If You Want to Make God Laugh (out now from Putnam Books). We also introduce guest host Guido Fargiorgio, who is filling in for the vacationing Caitlin Malcuit. He chats about the proper Sta ...…
 
On July 9, live from Belmont Books, Daniel Ford officially launched his new short story collection Black Coffee with the help of author Edwin Hill (Little Comfort, The Missing Ones). Listen as Ford reads from the book and then answers questions about his process for writing and selecting these stories, his literary influences, and why he loves ...…
 
Susan Silver, The Mary Tyler Moore Show writer, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her memoir Hot Pants in Hollywood: Sex, Secrets & Sitcoms. Caitlin Malcuit talks about the upcoming Comic-Con in San Diego, the best Funko figurines about to be released, and Jeff Goldblum things. To learn more about Susan Silver, visit her off ...…
 
To prequel or not to prequel? Frank and Gwen debate the new installment of the Hunger Games franchise and two very different books about life in two very different places. Suggest Hot Topix(TM) or tell us what you think about summer reading! Email podcasts[at]nypl.org or call 507-NYPL-LIB.
 
Author Chip Cheek sits down with Daniel Ford to chat about his debut Cape May. To learn more about Chip Cheek, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Read our review of Cape May in June’s “Books That Should Be On Your Radar.” Just a reminder that Daniel's book launch for Black Coffee is July 9 at Belmont Books in Be ...…
 
Frank and Gwen announce their return date plus reveal their Summer Reading Challenge
 
Author James Charlesworth joins Daniel Ford at the PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, Mass., to chat about his debut The Patricide of George Benjamin Hill. To learn more about James Charlesworth, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter. Also read our review of The Patricide of George Benjamin Hill in June’s “Books That Should Be On You ...…
 
Daniel Ford, Writer’s Bone podcast co-host and author of Sid Sanford Lives!, is back with Black Coffee, a short story collection with a lot of buzz. Ford agreed to come on his own show to chat with Sean Tuohy and Rebecca Weston about his new book, his evolution as a writer, and the real-life people and experiences he draws from. To learn more a ...…
 
He’s back! Actor, comedian, and How Did This Get Made? co-host Paul Scheer returns to discuss the show’s upcoming live event in Medford, Mass. on July 25. He also chats about why he, June Diane Raphael, and Jason Mantzoukas still find joy in watching terrible movies, how his work with Amy Nicholson on Unspooled has cleansed his movie palette, a ...…
 
What's the opposite of a book slump? We're calling it a flare, and Gwen is on one. She and Frank have a flurry of adult book recommendations, from dystopian novels to innovative science fiction. What we are reading now The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer Red Clocks by Leni Zumas Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi Semiosis by Sue Burke Neverworld Wak ...…
 
Elliot Ackerman, National Book Award finalist for Dark at the Crossing, returns to the show and chats with Daniel Ford about his new book Places and Names: On War, Revolution, and Returning. To learn more about Elliot Ackerman, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also listen to his last appearance on the show and ...…
 
The Stonewall Riots were a flash point in LGBTQ history. After the riots that took place at the Stonewall Inn in June 1969, the LGBTQ civil rights movement went from handfuls of pioneering activists to a national movement mobilizing thousands. On this special episode we’ll hear what happened over the nights of the riots through archival audio o ...…
 
The Stonewall Riots were a flash point in LGBTQ history. After the riots that took place at the Stonewall Inn in June 1969, the LGBTQ civil rights movement went from handfuls of pioneering activists to a national movement mobilizing thousands. On this special episode we’ll hear what happened over the nights of the riots through archival audio o ...…
 
Another crossover episode with our fine friends from the Overdue podcast! Frank and Gwen join Craig and Andrew in Philadelphia to discuss the 1956 novel Peyton Place. Is it a classic? A soap opera? A groundbreaking statement about sexuality? Is it “ripe, hotly passionate, but fickle” — the first line of the book? You decide. Peyton Place by Gra ...…
 
Aidan Flax-Clark welcomes co-host Jason Baumann, Assistant Director for Collection Development and Coordinator of Humanities and the Library’s LGBTQ Initiative, for a special episode about queer life before the Stonewall Riots. Frank Collerius, Manager of the Jefferson Market branch at NYPL, interviews writer and curator Hugh Ryan about his new ...…
 
Aidan Flax-Clark welcomes co-host Jason Baumann, Assistant Director for Collection Development and Coordinator of Humanities and the Library’s LGBTQ Initiative, for a special episode about queer life before the Stonewall Riots. Frank Collerius, Manager of the Jefferson Market branch at NYPL, interviews writer and curator Hugh Ryan about his new ...…
 
Sam Slaughter, Food & Drink editor at The Manual, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his new cocktail book, Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum? Caitlin Malcuit also makes up a cocktail of her own and chats about “Pokémon Sword and Shield.” To learn more about Sam Slaughter, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and ...…
 
This week we take you back to our first-ever live show, recorded in Frank's very own Jefferson Market Library! Gwen and Frank talk to Eric Klinenberg, sociologist and author of a new book about libraries and social infrastructure. Plus: the audience offers an invaluable assist during the guessing game. Guest Star: Eric Klinenberg Palaces for th ...…
 
Leah Cohen, author of No Book but the World and The Grief of Others, talks to Stephanie Ford about her new book Strangers and Cousins. To learn more about Leah Cohen, visit her official website. Also listen to an excerpt from the audiobook on SoundCloud. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm and OneRoom.…
 
Marlon James is a Jamaican novelist and winner of the Man Booker Prize. His recent book Black Leopard, Red Wolf is the first in a epic trilogy that blends myth, fantasy, and history—what James has described as "African Game of Thrones." He spoke with fellow fantasy and comic book fan, Kevin Young, who is a poet and the Director for the Schombur ...…
 
Marlon James is a Jamaican novelist and winner of the Man Booker Prize. His recent book Black Leopard, Red Wolf is the first in a epic trilogy that blends myth, fantasy, and history—what James has described as "African Game of Thrones." He spoke with fellow fantasy and comic book fan, Kevin Young, who is a poet and the Director for the Schombur ...…
 
Author Maureen Joyce Connolly joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her debut novel Little Lovely Things. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about Clover Hope’s Jezebel feature “Actors Who Are Bad at Acting.” To learn more about Maureen Joyce Connolly, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Ins ...…
 
It's the first-ever Reading Challenge episode! Gwen and Frank assigned books to each other to read and discuss on the air. Hijinks ensue... Book Recommendations Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling Ava Gardner: 'Love Is Nothing' by Lee Server Also mentioned: Our fourth episode, when Gwen flipped out on Frank for not having read ...…
 
Author Minnie Darke joins Daniel and Stephanie Ford on the show to chat about her novel Star-Crossed. To learn more about Minnie Darke, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm and OneRoom.
 
Author and journalist Robert W. Fieseler helps us kick off LGBTQ Pride Month! He chats with us about his Edgar Award-winning book, Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs Lounge Fire and the Rise of Gay Liberation, his emotional writing process, and the current issues facing the LGBTQ community. To learn more about Robert W. Fieseler, visi ...…
 
The Gay Liberation Front was an organization recognized for publishing the first gay liberation newspaper in the world,"Come Out!". It provided openly queer media exposure for many activists, writers, and artists. In conjunction with the NYPL exhibition Love & Resistance: Stonewall 50, founding members of the GLF, Perry Brass and Karla Jay, spe ...…
 
The Gay Liberation Front was an organization recognized for publishing the first gay liberation newspaper in the world,"Come Out!". It provided openly queer media exposure for many activists, writers, and artists. In conjunction with the NYPL exhibition Love & Resistance: Stonewall 50, founding members of the GLF, Perry Brass and Karla Jay, spe ...…
 
Susan Richards Shreve, author and former chairman of the PEN/Faulkner Foundation, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her new book More News Tomorrow (out June 4 from W.W. Norton). Caitlin Malcuit also chats about Sesame Street’s 50th anniversary. To learn more about Susan Richards Shreve, visit her official website. Today’s e ...…
 
This week: a rebroadcast of one of our favorite episodes. Gwen and Frank take a deep, emotional dive into Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro's 'Never Let Me Go.'By The New York Public Library.
 
Author De'Shawn Charles Winslow chats with Daniel Ford about his debut novel In West Mills (out June 4 from Bloomsbury Publishing). To learn more about De'Shawn Charles Winslow, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm and OneRoom.
 
Documentary filmmaker Erin Lee Carr remembers her father, legendary journalist David Carr, in a moving new memoir, "All That You Leave Behind." Erin Lee Carr, went looking for support and comfort in the lifetime of correspondence that they had shared. She was also looking for clues—advice the famous mentor, journalist, and father might have to ...…
 
Documentary filmmaker Erin Lee Carr remembers her father, legendary journalist David Carr, in a moving new memoir, "All That You Leave Behind." Erin Lee Carr, went looking for support and comfort in the lifetime of correspondence that they had shared. She was also looking for clues—advice the famous mentor, journalist, and father might have to ...…
 
Meg Wolitzer, author of The Wife and The Interestings, joins Caitlin Malcuit on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss the paperback release of The Female Persuasion. Please note that the audiobook excerpt, which is narrated by Rebecca Lowman, is courtesy of Penguin Random House Audio. To learn more about Meg Wolitzer, visit her official website, lik ...…
 
This episode is brought to you by our soon-to-be-rival podcast, dreamed up by YA librarian Crystal Chen—who's also this week's guest! All rights reserved by her! We talk musicals, poetry, what it really means to create a list of "best" books, and professional development for library staff members. Book Recommendations NYPL's Best Poetry Books ( ...…
 
Matthew Reilly, best-selling author of the Jack West series, returns to the show and chats with Sean Tuohy about his new book The Secret Runners of New York (out now in Australia). To learn more about Matthew Reilly, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also listen to Sean’s first intervie ...…
 
At age 83, Robert Caro pulls back the curtains on his process, in his new book "Working." He also answers the question he is asked most often: why does it take him so long to write his books? Caro is the author of the Robert Moses biography "The Power Broker" and "The Years of Lyndon Johnson," The biographer, who has spent much time doing what ...…
 
At age 83, Robert Caro pulls back the curtains on his process, in his new book "Working." He also answers the question he is asked most often: why does it take him so long to write his books? Caro is the author of the Robert Moses biography "The Power Broker" and "The Years of Lyndon Johnson," The biographer, who has spent much time doing what ...…
 
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