“Hush” – A Podcast From Your Library

New Books, bestsellers, literature and reading

Every third Friday, join librarians Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley as they host a topical discussion with special guests from the library and community. These chatty, conversational interviews about library resources and collections will help you learn about new bestsellers and emerging genres. Discover what other people are reading and recommending. All book and movie titles mentioned in the podcast are listed in the blog post for each podcast for your convenience. Continue the conversation on the library’s Goodreads page. If you have questions, comments or suggestions for future topics please comment on our blog post or send us an email at podcast@tscpl.org.

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Recent Episodes

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HUSH Library Podcast #73 – Oddfellow’s Fine Books

Listen local! In this episode, Martie Rison talks about a downtown Topeka bookstore and the Topeka History Geeks group.

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HUSH Library Podcast #72 – Classic Family Movies

In this episode, Autumn and Stephanie talk about watching “classic” movies with their kids. Which legendary 80’s films make the cut at family movie night?

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HUSH Library Podcast #71 – Topeka Poets

Topeka poets Dennis Etzel Jr. and Eric McHenry talk about the writing process and read from their work.

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HUSH Library Podcast #70 – Classic Romance

In this episode, Miranda Ericsson talks about a dozen classic romance novels, from the 18th century through the 1980’s.

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HUSH Library Podcast #69 – True Grit

In this episode, Miranda, Amber, Lissa and Thad talk about the library’s 2015 Big Read Selection – True Grit by Charles Portis. Listen in on their candid book discussion. This podcast will inspire, enlighten and entertain!

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HUSH Library Podcast #68 – African American Topeka

In this episode, local genealogist, librarian and author Sherri Camp talks about her book featuring stories and photographs that place the history and experience of African Americans in Topeka in the context of American history.

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