Caption: Simon van Booy
Simon van Booy 

Simon van Booy on "The Song Is You" with Bonnie Grice

From: "The Song Is You with Bonnie Grice" Group
Series: The Song Is You with Bonnie Grice
Length: 59:00

Simon joins us for an hour of his current favorites, weaving some of his storylines in and out of the sounds of Mozart and Bach, along with Jobim and The Smiths. Read the full description.

Simon_van_booy_small Having grown up in London and educated at Oxford, Simon van Booy now find himself living the life of a New York City writer and draws from personal experience for his novels.  He teaches at Long Island University and is currently enjoying an extensive tour for his new book – Love Begins in Winter.  Simon joins us for an hour of his current favorites, weaving some of his storylines in and out of the sounds of Mozart and Bach, along with Jobim and The Smiths.

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Having grown up in London and educated at Oxford, Simon van Booy now find himself living the life of a New York City writer and draws from personal experience for his novels.  He teaches at Long Island University and is currently enjoying an extensive tour for his new book – Love Begins in Winter.  Simon joins us for an hour of his current favorites, weaving some of his storylines in and out of the sounds of Mozart and Bach, along with Jobim and The Smiths.