The new season of the Queens Memory podcast, supported by Queens Library and Queens College, CUNY, focuses on the experiences of locals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Episode one features testimonies of Queens residents who live near hospitals and the blaring realities they face, as well as others who struggle to find a sense of normalcy, who feel as though they have lost time, and those who have lost loved ones to the virus.Throughout season two, Queens residents share their stories of battling the virus, working in hospitals, living in quarantine, and grappling with events of the world as time marches on. It’s not too late to submit your story to the Queens Memory Project. Follow this link to submit an audio recording, text, video, or photos that you feel documents your experience of COVID-19. Host Meral Agish guides listeners through each episode. This season of Queens Memory was produced by Jordan Gass-Poore in conjunction with Anna Williams, Briana Stodden, Jo-Ann Wong, and Natalie Milbrodt. Mixing and editing was done by Briana Stodden with music by Elias Ravin. Additional audio provided by the New York Governor’s Office. Special thanks for funding support from the New York Community Trust. Queens Memory is an ongoing community archiving program by the Queens Public Library and Queens College, CUNY.