Fresh Air


Best Of: The Sensory World Of Animals / Mothering As Social Change

We explore the hidden world around us — the sights, smells, tastes, sounds, and vibrations that are imperceptible to humans, but are perceived by various animals and insects. We talk with science writer Ed Yong about his new book An Immense World.Justin Chang reviews two films from the Sundance Film festival — now streaming — about relationships between a younger man and an older woman, Cha Cha Real Smooth and Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.Also, we hear from Angela Garbes, author of the new book Essential Labor. She wrote it after having to give up work during the pandemic lockdown, when she no longer had daycare. She says, raising children shouldn't be as lonely, bankrupting and exhausting as it is.

Myths and Legends

Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser

275-Tibetan Folklore: Free Bird

A prince, chased by seven evil wizard roommates, seeks help from a hermit. This leads him on a journey of discovery that entails ghosts, mythological creature kidnapping, and many, many blisters.

The creature is the Lioumere, and you'll see that clowns aren't just for children's birthday parties! They're also for doing dental work on dangerous ogresses.


The strange, sad life of Bernarr Macfadden:



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The Book Review

The New York Times

Fiction About Lives in Ukraine

While a steady stream of disturbing news continues to come from Ukraine, new works of fiction highlight the ways in which lives there have been transformed by conflict. On this week’s podcast, the critic Jennifer Wilson talks about two books, including the story collection “Lucky Breaks,” by Yevgenia Belorusets, translated by Eugene Ostashevsky.“Belorusets has been compared to Gogol in these stories,” Wilson says. “There’s a certain kind of supernatural quality to them. I think anyone looking to these books for a play-by-play of the conflict is going to be disappointed for that reason, but I think delighted in other ways.”Ben McGrath visits the podcast to talk about his new book, “Riverman: An American Odyssey,” which tells the story of Dick Conant, a troubled and charismatic man who disappeared while on a canoe trip from New York to Florida. Conant was in his 60s when McGrath met him, and had spent many years questing on various waterways.“Wha

What Should I Read Next?

Anne Bogel | Wondery

Ep 325: Reading makes me feel like myself

Readers, today’s guest is preparing for the arrival of her second child in a particularly bookish way—she's looking for some titles she can enjoy during upcoming midnight feedings and quiet moments with her newborn.Odeta Dyrmishi has loved to read since high school, and she's relied on books to carry her through other big changes in her life. Whether she's reading entertaining fiction or historical books that teach her something new, she knows that reading is something that always helps her feel like herself. In today's conversation, she's looking for some books that will engage her attention and bring a little more adventure into her reading life.Anne recommends the perfect titles to help Odeta expand her readerly horizons and prepare for this next chapter in her life.See the full list of the books discussed today, and let Odeta know what you think she should read next over at Pri

The Book Case

ABC News | Charlie Gibson, Kate Gibson

Are you stuck in a reading rut? The Book Case makes the case for books outside of your usual genre. Wander the aisles of your local bookstore with Kate and Charlie Gibson and meet fascinating characters who will open your appetite to new categories while deepening your hunger for books. This weekly series will journey cover to cover through the literary world, featuring interviews with best-selling authors, tastemakers, and independent bookstore owners. New episodes post every Thursday.

Octavia's Parables

adrienne maree brown & Toshi Reagon

A podcast diving into Octavia E Butler's Parable of the Sower/Talents, hosted by Toshi Reagon and adrienne maree brown. Produced by Kat Aaron.

Parry Hotter Audiobooks


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 3

Narrated by Stephen Fry

The New Yorker: Fiction

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Rachel Kushner Reads Edna O’Brien

Rachel Kushner joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “Come Into the Drawing Room, Doris,” by Edna O’Brien, which was published in The New Yorker in 1962. Kushner is the author of three novels and most recently the essay collection “The Hard Crowd,” which was published last year.

Poetry Unbound

On Being Studios

Joshua Bennett — Owed to Your Father’s Gold Chain

Sometimes when your world changes, it seems like everything turns towards you, fresh, new, and curious.Joshua Bennett is the author of The Sobbing School—which was a National Poetry Series selection and a finalist for an NAACP Image Award. He is also the author of Being Property Once Myself, Owed, The Study of Human Life, and Spoken Word: A Cultural History, which is forthcoming from Knopf. He has received fellowships and awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Whiting Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. He is a Professor of English at Dartmouth College.Find the transcript for this show at’re pleased to offer Joshua Bennett’s poem, and invite you to sign up here for the latest from Poetry Unbound.

Something Scary


The Price of Beauty

We’re constantly surrounded by false standards of beauty on social media that can trick us into believing that external beauty is more important than what’s on the inside. When we don’t know where the fake narrative ends and the truth begins, we leave the odor open for demons to enter our mind, body and soul.

First, a fountain of death
Followed by there are no shortcuts 
Then, killer competition
Finally in our featured story, there’s only one Queen Bee. 
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A Dana Perino Podcast: Everything Will Be Okay

Fox News Podcasts

Country Musician Walker Hayes & A Story of Grace

This week, Dana is joined by Grammy-nominated Country Music singer-songwriter, Walker Hayes to discuss his personal Cinderella story.
Walker shares how he wants to extend the kindness and compassion he received by being a mentor for up-and-coming country music artists and discusses how divine intervention and insurmountable faith led to his present success.
Keep up with Dana on Twitter: @DanaPerino
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Ursa Short Fiction

Ursa Story Company

Join authors Deesha Philyaw (The Secret Lives of Church Ladies) and Dawnie Walton (The Final Revival of Opal & Nev) for author interviews, book club discussions, and immersive short stories — all celebrating fiction from some of today's most thrilling writers, with an emphasis on spotlighting underrepresented voices. (Photo credits: Vanessa German / Rayon Richards) Support our show by becoming a premium member!

Life and Books and Everything

Kevin DeYoung

Daily Worship, Creation Days, and Feisty Presbyterians with Jonathan Gibson

In this freewheeling conversation, Kevin talks to Jonny Gibson about his life, his books, and some of everything. Gibson, an Old Testament professor at Westminster Theological Seminary, opens up about the loss of his daughter in 2016, why he believes in 24-hour creation days, and the need for old forms and old prayers to help us in our daily devotions.
Intro, sponsor, and guest [0:00-4:46]
The State of the UK Church(es) [4:47-15:34]
Edited Series on the Five Points [15:34-20:28]
More Biography [20:29-22:32]
An Apologetic for Discourse Analysis [22:33-29:22]
Creation: Literal Days or Literary Framework? [29:23-40:57]
God's Goodness in the Loss of a Child [40:58-54:10]
Be Thou My Vision and Private Worship [54:11-1:01:03]
Thomas Witherow and Essential Non-essentials [1:01:04-1:12:17]

The New Yorker: The Writer's Voice - New Fiction from The New Yorker

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

New Yorker fiction writers read their stories.

NPR's Book of the Day


In need of a good read? Or just want to keep up with the books everyone's talking about? NPR's Book of the Day gives you today's very best writing in a snackable, skimmable, pocket-sized podcast. Whether you're looking to engage with the big questions of our times – or temporarily escape from them – we've got an author who will speak to you, all genres, mood and writing styles included. Catch today's great books in 15 minutes or less.

Currently Reading

Meredith Monday Schwartz and Kaytee Cobb

Season 4, Episode 34: Forever Favorites + Books That Live in our Heads, Rent-Free

On this week’s episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: the change of the seasons and a young fan Current Reads: a few books that will stay with us forever, and some that… won’t Deep Dive: the books that live rent-free in our heads Book Presses: a fairy tale retelling and a beloved brick As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you’d like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don’t scroll down!  New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to


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Fictional update: three-part season finale in July!

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books™️

A Zcast Production

Julie Clark, THE LIES I TELL: A Novel

"That's the fun part about writing fiction. You get to imagine yourself into these roles that you never ever would do on your own." New York Times bestseller Julie Clark joins Zibby to talk about her latest thriller, The Lies I Tell, which was inspired by Julie's belief that women make better con artists. The two discuss what they think about the people sitting next to them at red lights, their fears about making too much personal information accessible online, and whether or not Julie wanted to try any of her protagonist's tricks. Julie also shares her encounters with houselessness and how she strives to destigmatize it in school as a fifth-grade teacher.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Classical Stuff You Should Know

A.J. Hanenburg, Graeme Donaldson, and Thomas Magbee

A.J., Graeme, and Thomas discuss everything having to do with the classical world. Our aim is to help both educators and laypeople enjoy the classical world as much as they enjoy fine ales and good tales.

Well-Read Black Girl with Glory Edim

Pushkin Industries

From Just Between Us with Allison & Gaby: Kayla Weissbuch on Camp Brave Trails

We're sharing a special preview of the Forever Dog podcast, Just Between Us with Allison and Gaby. Hosted by writers Allison Raskin & Gaby Dunn, Just Between Us is a variety show that is filled with heartfelt advice, ridiculous games, and some of the most honest talk you'll hear on a podcast! From discussions on mental health to relationships to interviews with some of the most fascinating people you can think of, Just Between Us really feels like you're in a deep conversation with friends. In this preview, Gaby & Allison chat with Kayla Weissbuch, co-founder and executive director of Camp Brave Trails, a summer camp designed to be a haven for LGBTQ youth, where they can build community, meet supportive adult mentors, and gain leadership skills.You can listen to Just Between Us wherever you get your podcasts:
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The Prancing Pony Podcast

The Prancing Pony Podcast

247 – Everybody Out of the Pool

Frodo convinces Gollum to leave the Forbidden Pool, not without some feelings of regret at his betrayal of the wretched creature. After a brief interrogation, Faramir is satisfied that Gollum knows nothing and won’t come back to this secret place, and hands him into Frodo’s keeping along with a decree that Frodo himself may walk free in Gondor for a year and a day. But the news of where the party is going next is not good, for the name “Cirith Ungol” is one of dread among Gondor’s loremasters. For the life of us, we can’t figure out why Faramir doesn’t explain this more clearly.

The Morgan Harper Nichols Show

Morgan Harper Nichols

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Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day



Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for June 21, 2022 is:

prescience • PRESH-ee-unss  • noun
Prescience is the ability to see or anticipate what will or might happen in the future.

// Stacy had the prescience to know that the stock’s value wasn’t going to remain high forever, and she managed to sell it just before it started to decrease.

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"As the author of some of the most searing indictments of the damage governments and people can do, George Orwell has become synonymous with the kind of prescience most artists only dream of." — Clarke Reader, The Elbert County News (Kiowa, Colorado), 16 Mar. 2022

Did you know?
If you know the origin of science you already know half the story of prescience. Science comes from the Latin verb sciō

Knifepoint Horror

Soren Narnia


Many is the band that wishes they could have a second chance at what turned out to be their final performance—maybe they could have brought more energy to that night, or savored it just a little more... and then there’s the terrible but unforgettable case of the celebrated rock group Waters Blue and Permanent (2003-2022). Music (all rights reserved): "Salve Regina - Violin & Piano" by Patrick Ussher, "El Faro" by When the Tide Breaks Free, "Fount" by Homely, "Everything" by The Days Audio mastering: Les Lentz Art by S. Patrick Brown, Special thanks to Sharon Yablon of the Garden of Terrible Blooms podcast for being my location advisor on this one. Listen to Soren Narnia's narration of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Festival" at the Lovecraft eZine Podcast's YouTube channel. Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151'

The Newest Olympian


37 | The Sea of Monsters Ch. 16-17 w/ Ashlee Latimer

Ashlee Latimer, author and Riordanverse social media manager, makes her debut as guest on The Newest Olympian! The book is nearing its conclusion, and things are heating up! Topics include: The Lightning Thief Musical, social media management, video game bosses, olive pizza, butt stab, anime action scenes, Rainbow’s friends, Pitbull, Miami Vice, varsity jackets, accepting YA logic, John Wick, airport cash, Romeo & Juliet, Dumbledore, Lucius Malfoy, em dashes & en dashes, Miami International Airport, Legally Blond, math problems, proofreading emails, and more!TICKETS TO TNO LIVE IN NYC: TO POTTERLESS LIVE: Thanks to our sponsors:WILDGRAIN - Get $30 off your first box plus FREE CROISSANTS IN EVERY BOX at GREENS - Get 5 free travel packs plus one year of Vitamin D at— Find The Newest Olympia

Fiction Writing Made Easy

Savannah Gilbo

5 Reasons Why Readers Stop Reading

In this episode, I'm exploring 5 reasons why readers might stop reading a novel. Here's a preview of what you'll hear in the episode:[01:50] Reason #1: Nothing meaningful happens in the opening pages.[04:15] Reason #2: It’s hard to connect with the point of view characters.[06:30] Reason #3: Readers don’t know what kind of story they’re reading.[09:40] Reason #4: Readers have seen the same thing before. [12:30] Reason #5: Readers don't care what happens next.[15:45] Final thoughts and episode recapFollow & Review in Apple PodcastsAre you following my podcast? If not, I want to encourage you to do that today so that you don't miss an episode! Especially because I’m adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you’re not following the show, there’s a good chance you’ll miss out on those. So, click here to follow this show in Apple Podcasts!If you're already a follower, and if you enjoy the show, I would

The History of Literature

Jacke Wilson / The Podglomerate

398 Fernando Pessoa

Questioning the nature of the self is a standard trope in literature and one of the hallmarks of the Modernist movement. But no one pushed this to the extreme like Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935). While the use of a pseudonym or two is common enough, Pessoa wrote poems as more than a hundred "heteronyms" (as he called them), giving many of them their own richly developed biographies, writing styles, and distinct subject matter. The wild cast of characters, who sometimes argued with one another and who occasionally inserted themselves into Pessoa's life, fooled many literary critics into thinking that they were individual poets. Although Pessoa was nearly unknown when he died, he left behind a rich body of work to pore through and analyze - and a trunkful of his papers, gathered by later editors intoThe Book of Disquiet, has rendered him essential to a consideration of twentieth-century literature. In this episode, Jacke takes a look

Writing Excuses

Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler

17.25: Archetypes, Ensembles, and Expectations

Your Hosts: Dan Wells, Zoraida Cordova, Kaela Rivera, and Howard Tayler

We've talked about making every member of the ensemble meaningful. In this episode we're discussing who, in archetype terms, everybody is. How can archetypes help us get started, how can they help us set reader expectations, and what are the archetype-related pitfalls we need to avoid? And finally, is 'archetype' even the correct term here?

Liner Notes: Here's the "Black Superheroes with Electrical Powers" article.

Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex Jackson.

Book Talk, etc.

Tina, Renee

Advanced Screening: New Books for Your Summer Reading!

In Episode 52 of Book Talk, Etc. Tina and Renee share upcoming releases . They also share what they've been loving lately, their latest reads, shelf additions, and have book talk about motherhood trends in fiction **If you enjoy our podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon ! We have great bonus episodes including: Books we DNFed, Books We Disagreed On, What's in the Mailbag, & Second Year Spoiler Author Chat, plus fun Zoom events like Mood Reader Happy Hour and Book Talk Book Club, a private Facebook group & our BRAND NEW DISCORD where you can interact with other patrons & we just introduced reading parties?- all for just $5 a month! Loving Lately2:57 Vacay All Day Face Set7:20 Topo Chico Hard Seltzer Latest Reads10:45 I Must Betray You| Ruta Sepetys (R) ?16:26 Fountains of Silence | Ruta Sepetys 16:43 The Murder Rule | Dervla McTiernan   (T) ?22:40 Book Talk26:05 People.com26:11 Ew.com26:

Helping Writers Become Authors

K.M. Weiland

Ep. 577: Making Story Structure Your Own

Here are a five important questions you, as a writer of fiction, can ask yourself to help you in making story structure your own.

Bad On Paper

Becca Freeman & Olivia Muenter

Black Cake Book Club

It’s time to talk about our March book club pick: Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson. We absolutely LOVED this book. We discuss what grabbed us about this book, the themes of not understanding your parents as individuals vs. parents and identity, all the food in this book (including black cake!), our feelings on the ending, and more!     We also say our podcast goodbyes to Grace! (IRL, we’re planning our Charleston reunion as we speak)    Books this reminded us of The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett The Dutch House by Ann Patchett Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi The Unsinkable Greta James by Jennifer E. Smith   Obsessions  Grace: Let’s talk about the Stanley cups Becca: Rare Beauty Liquid Touch Concealer Brush   What we read this week! Grace:  The Club by Ellery Lloyd Taste: My Life Through Food by Stanley Tucci The Last Housewife by Ashley Winstead (check content warnings before picking this one up!) Becca: Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson The Perfect Couple by

MuggleCast: the Harry Potter podcast

Harry Potter

567: 'Philosopher's Stone' Illustrator Thomas Taylor Reveals the Secrets Behind the Cover

On this week's episode of MuggleCast, we're joined by a very special guest, Mr. Thomas Taylor, who originally illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 1996!  He talks about what it was like to land the job and all that ensued! Join us as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the book that began a phenomenon!

Welcome Thomas Taylor, illustrator of the very first Harry Potter book in the UK!
Thomas shares what it was like to get the job at just 23-years-old!
How did he decide to illustrate the iconic Hogwarts Express scene?
Did he ever speak with J.K. Rowling?
What was it like to be one of the first people to ever read Harry Potter?
Was he ever asked to work on the remainder of the series?
Who is the mysterious gentleman on the original back cover, and what's in his pocket?
Did you know there is a connection betw

Slightly Foxed

Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader's Quarterly

The independent-minded book review magazine that combines good looks, good writing and a personal approach. Slightly Foxed introduces its readers to books that are no longer new and fashionable but have lasting appeal. Good-humoured, unpretentious and a bit eccentric, it’s more like a well-read friend than a literary magazine. Come behind the scenes with the staff of Slightly Foxed to learn what makes this unusual literary magazine tick, meet some of its varied friends and contributors, and hear their personal recommendations for favourite and often forgotten books that have helped, haunted, informed or entertained them.

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience

Kelton Reid

How Co-Creator of Emmy-Winning “How I Met Your Mother” Carter Bays Writes

Seven-time Emmy nominee and co-creator of the hit TV series "How I Met Your Mother," Carter Bays, spoke to me about working with David Letterman, being a recovering TV writer, and his debut novel "The Mutual Friend." 
Carter Bays is best known as the co-creator of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother which ran on CBS for nine seasons. A companion series, How I Met Your Father, starring Hilary Duff, premiere on Hulu in 2022.
His latest is The Mutual Friend, described as a "... thought-provoking debut novel set in New York City, following a sprawling cast of characters as they navigate life, love, loss, ambition, and spirituality — without ever looking up from their phones."
A starred Kirkus review called the book, "... a perfect summer beach read, but one that deserves serious awards consideration as well," and NY Times bestse

The Writer's Almanac

Prairie Home Productions

The Writer's Almanac is a daily podcast of poetry and historical interest pieces, usually of literary significance. Each day's offering is five minutes long and contains "on this day in history" information as well as an accessible poem.

Naaji /پادکست فارسی ناجی


Ep 32 - مدیریت استرس - Stress management

توی این اپیزود از پادکست ناجی درباره اضطراب و ترس حرف زدیم، این روزها با پیشرفت تکنولوژی و پیچیده شدن زندگی آدمها، سطح اضطراب های ما هم افزایش پیدا کرده! همچنین طی دوسال اخیر و دست و پنجه نرم کردن با کرونا، اکثر ما دچار اضطراب و افسردگی شدیم ولی شاید بهش آگاه نباشیم و یا بلد نیستیم چطور مدیریتش کنیم . توی این اپیزود به تفاوت های ترس و اضطراب پرداختیم و راهکارهایی ارائه دادیم که بتونی استرس رو مدیریت کنی.اسپانسر این اپیزود اپلیکیشن جان : Www.jaan.irکد تخفیف ۲۵٪ ایی : Naajipodcastسایت ناجی و مقاله ها پیج اینستاگرام آکادمی ناجی @naaji_academyمنابع این اپیزود : Doing What matters in times of stress و کتاب Anxiety and it’s disorders



Ep 536 - Confessions of a Mask, by Yukio Mishima

Tell me about a Complicated Man. Mishima's breakthrough coming-of-age novel about sexuality in late Imperial Japan has a powerful narrative voice and prose style. But the legacy of his work and his political goals has led to him being a bit of an "enigma" (as one listener referred to him) -- to put it lightly.

Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.

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Audio Poem of the Day

Poetry Foundation

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Hot and Bothered

Not Sorry Productions

Live from Pemberley: A Very Mean Art (Chapters 7 + 8)

Poor Jane Bennet has caught a cold in the rain in Chapters 7 + 8 of Pride and Prejudice. Vanessa and Lauren discuss Darcy’s moral compass, the value of reading, and the prototypical ‘mean girl' – Caroline Bingley. Thanks to Dr. Tim Fulford for speaking to us this week about the military context of Austen’s England. Our next episode is on May 27th and we'll hunker down in the Netherfield parlor in Chapters 9 through 12. See for privacy and opt-out information.

All the Books!

Book Riot

All The Backlist: June 24, 2022

This week Kelly recommends three coming-of-age graphic memoirs about growing up an American immigrant.
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The American Dream? A Journey on Route 66 Discovering Dinosaur Statues, Muffler Men, and the Perfect Breakfast Burrito by Shing Yin Khor
Almost American Girl by Robin Ha
I Was Their American Dream by Malaka Gharib
Messy Roots: A Graphic Memoir of a Wuhanese-American by Laura Gao
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Daily Short Stories - Mystery & Suspense

Sol Good Network

The Man with the Pale Eyes - Guy de Maupassant

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The New Yorker: Poetry

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Christian Wiman Reads Patrizia Cavalli

Christian Wiman joins Kevin Young to discuss “Far from Kingdoms” and “Outside, In Fact, There Wasn't Any Change,” by Patrizia Cavalli, translated by Judith Baumel, and his own poem “Eating Grapes Downward.” Wiman is a poet, essayist, editor, and translator, whose honors include the 2016 Aiken Taylor Award for Modern American Poetry, and the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Conference on Christianity and Literature.

Wrapup | رپاپ

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روح ناآرام

در اولین قسمت از پادکست رپاپ، رفتیم سراغ یکی از کتاب های فوق العاده ای که در مورد دوران تاریک حکومت استالین بر مردم شوروی سابق نوشته شده، کتاب روح ناآرام نوشته آدام هاکس چایلد با ترجمه سودابه قیصریاینستاگرامتلگرامتوییترحمایت مالی طراح لوگو : صادق خدادادی See for privacy and opt-out information.

Strong Sense of Place

David Humphreys

Iceland: Warrior Poets, Emo Horses, and Maybe (Probably) Elves

With all those dramatic volcanoes and glaciers, Iceland has become known as the Land of Fire and Ice. But we like to think of it as the Land of Legends and Poetry,  a place to go adventuring with your extrovert pals, then curl up with a great book and a cozy sweater for some epic introverting.
Literature is baked into Icelandic culture, starting with the Sagas and carrying through medieval warrior poets to today: The capital city of Reykjavík is a designated UNESCO City of Literature and home to both the Iceland Writers Retreat and the Iceland Noir Festival.
When you're ready to explore the island, start in the capital for fancy cocktails, the vibrant food scene, and friendly locals. Then hit the road — the Ring Road — to circumnavigate the island and see fantastical sites along the way: volcanoes and lava fields, waterfalls and glaciers, puffins and horses with emo bangs, the black church and dramatic

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

David Naimon, Tin House Books

Crafting with Ursula : Karen Joy Fowler on Experimental Women, Animals, Science & Story

Today’s guest on Crafting with Ursula, the award-winning writer of science fiction, fantasy, and historical fiction Karen Joy Fowler, was a longstanding friend of Ursula K. Le Guin. And they both shared a deep interest not only in science, but also in raising questions about the biases deeply embedded in the way we conduct it […]
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Sarah's Bookshelves Live

Sarah Dickinson | Sarah's Bookshelves

Sarah’s Bookshelves Live is a weekly show featuring real talk about books and book recommendations from a featured guest. Each week, Sarah of the blog Sarah’s Bookshelves will talk with her guest about: - 2 OLD BOOKS THEY LOVE - 2 NEW BOOKS THEY LOVE - 1 BOOK THEY DON’T LOVE - AND 1 NEW RELEASE THEY’RE EXCITED ABOUT I’m getting real about all things books and serving you up a bit of snark on the side.

The Literary Life Podcast

Angelina Stanford and Cindy Rollins

Episode 127: The Literary Life of Kay Pelham

On The Literary Life podcast today, our hosts are bringing you another “Literary Life Of” interview episode. This week’s guest is Kay Pelham, a lifelong reader, veteran homeschooling mother, and accomplished pianist. After sharing their commonplace quotes, Angelina, Cindy and Kay dig into their conversation about the journey of Kay’s reading life. She shares a little about her family of story-tellers and readers, her personal reading versus school studies, and how her reading life changed as a young adult. Kay also talks about how she came to homeschool using Charlotte Mason’s philosophy. The discussion turns to Kay’s self-education journey as an older adult and she gives encouragement for anyone coming to this later in life. You can read Kay’s own thoughts on books and more at Join us this spring for our next Literary Life Conference “The Battle Over Children’s Literature” featuring special guest speaker Vigen Guro

Ulysses - James Joyce

RTÉ Radio 1

Episode 1 - Telemachus

Stephen breakfasts at the Tower in Sandycove.

All About Agatha (Christie)

All About Agatha (Christie)

And Then There Were 3: Postern of Fate by Agatha Christie

Well thank goodness I had Caroline Crampton, host of the fabulous Shedunnit podcast, to help me wade through the rather disorienting waters of this, the final novel Agatha Christie ever wrote. Get out your hankies--to wipe away not only your tears, but all the dust and spiders out in the garden shed, a.k.a. "KK." It's time to visit Tommy and Tuppence one last time.... This episode is brought to you by Britbox. Visit and use coupon code "AGATHA" for 50% off the first month of your monthly subscription. You can access bonus material on the podcast's Patreon page, over at:

The Great Books

National Review

Episode 228: 'The Inheritors' by William Golding

John J. Miller is joined by Rebecca Wragg Sykes of the University of Liverpool to discuss William Golding's 'The Inheritors.'

Catholic Bible Study

Augustine Institute

World-renowned Catholic Scholars from the Augustine Institute Graduate School of Theology lead in-depth Catholic Bible Studies to help the faithful encounter the Scriptures to further understanding and devotion to the inspired Word of God. These Bible Studies are brought to you by FORMED and are made possible by the Mission Circle giving society. Consider furthering the mission of the Augustine Institute to help Catholics understand, live, and share their faith by visiting today.

From the Front Porch

The Bookshelf Thomasville

Episode 376 || Casting Call

This week on From the Front Porch, Annie is talking with her friends and fellow book club members for a new episode of Casting Call. They’re casting the characters in Bonnie Garmus’ debut novel, Lessons in Chemistry.
You can follow @julieannareads on Instagram to vote for your casting picks!
The books mentioned in this episode can be purchased online from The Bookshelf:

Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus

From the Front Porch is a weekly podcast production of The Bookshelf, an independent bookstore in South Georgia. You can follow The Bookshelf’s daily happenings on Instagram at @bookshelftville, and all the books from today’s episode can be purchased online through our store website, 
A full transcript of today’s episode can be found here.
Special thanks to Dylan and his team at Studio D Podcast Production for sound and editing and for our theme music, which sets the

Traditional Catholic Audiobooks


Lent Homilies from the Church Fathers

Lent Homilies from the Church Fathers

The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers

Joanna Penn

Kickstarter For Authors With Monica Leonelle

Would you like to successfully crowdfund your book on Kickstarter? Monica Leonelle shares practical and mindset tips for creating the right kind of project, as well as mistakes to avoid, and how to satisfy fans — and make money with your books. Monica and I recorded this before Brandon Sanderson's epic Kickstarter which has raised […]
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History of Westeros (Game of Thrones)

History of Westeros

Religion & Magic: Part 3 - Weirwood Tour (2014)

The episode features themes of blood and ancestry, as weirwoods tend to be inextricably tied to the surrounding area, both physically and culturally. Given the broad scope of this topic, quite a variety of related subjects come up. Heart tree-murdering Melisandre makes an appearance or two, the Wall is discussed as well as several members of House Stark and some very out of the way places you've barely heard of. We go from Beyond the Wall to the far south, considering not just where the weirwoods are, but where they might have been in the past. Given that there are so many places left unseen in the story, we make educated guesses where other trees might be. This isn't just about where the trees are, though. The absence of weirwoods can be as conspicuous as the most grotesque Heart Tree face. Published April 6, 2014.
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Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast

Swish and Flick Podcast

Episode 241 - A Ginuwine Episode

God Rest Ye Merry Hippogriffs! IT IS CHRISTMAS. And Harry was right... Malfoy IS up to something! Ron can't deny it anymore and Harry is happy to tell him I Told You So. But enough about that – let's enjoy another Weasley Christmas!
Weekly Prophet:
Also the premier in London happened for Secrets of Dumbledore. WOOT.
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Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043
Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures!
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Reading Ferdowsi فردوسی خوانی

Amir Khadem

صدوهفتادونهم: داستان مرگ یزدگرد

پادکست ناوکست / Navcast

Roshan Abady

قسمت هفتاد و سه - حیوانی که خدا شد

تو این قسمت٫ ترجمهٔ کتاب سِیپیِنز تموم میشه.

و هراری چند تا سوال و پیشبینی در مورد آیندهٔ بشر مطرح میکنه.

 پشتیبانی از ناوکست  
از اینجا به واوکست هم گوش بدین


:ناوکست در

اینستاگرام .  توییتر .  تلگرام 

The Hutchmoot Podcast

The Rabbit Room Podcast Network

The Trees at the Heart of Creation

We're excited to share a session led by Andrew Peterson and Tim Mackie (of the Bible Project) called “The Trees at the Heart of Creation” from 2021’s Hutchmoot: Homebound.

In this session, Andrew and Tim discuss the prominence of trees in biblical narratives and how they help us unlock scripture in fresh, new ways.

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The Human Action Podcast

Jeff Deist

The Human Action Podcast features in-depth interviews on current topics in economics through an Austro-libertarian lens.

Parseh Podcast (پادکست پرسه)

Abbas Seyedein

30- Rise of The New Tsar V (ظهور تزار نو ۵)

۳۰ –«ظهور تزار نو قسمت پنجم (آخر): «عملیات انرژی»
منابع این پرونده:
Putin's People: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Took On the West by: Catherine Belton
Encyclopedia of Cold War Espionage, Spies, and Secret Operations by Richard C. Trahair
Putin’s Totalitarian Democracy: Ideology, Myth, and Violence in the Twenty-First Century by Kate C. Langdon, Vladimir Tismaneanu
متن و روایت: عباس سیدین
تدوین: زینب پناهی
Title Score: “Order” by ComaStudio
Episode Score: "Crime Background Music" by Scott Holmes Music
License: CC BY 4.0
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Tales to Terrify

Drew Sebesteny

Tales to Terrify 542 W. F. Harvey & Hunter Liguore

Welcome to episode 542. We have two tales for you this week. First, in the middle of a heatwave, two strangers discover their fates are deeply intertwined. Then, after a failed exam, an abused housewife takes matters into her own hands.COMING UPGood Evening: Discord, Patreon: 00:01:06W. F. Harvey’s August Heat as read by Matt Dovey: 00:05:57Hunter Liguore’s Jars of Spiders as read by Jasmine Arch: 00:18:41PERTINENT LINKSSupport us on Patreon! Spread the darkness.Shop Tales to Terrify MerchMatt DoveyMatt Dovey on Twitter (@mattdoveywriter)Matt Dovey on FacebookHunter LiguoreHunter Liguore on Twitter (@skytale_writer)Jasmine ArchJasmine Arch | New MythsOriginal Score by Nebulus EntertainmentNebulus on FacebookNebulus on InstagramSPECIAL THANKS TOAmanda GottfriedKathy RobinsonSupport this show See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Loyal Books

01 - A Scandal in Bohemia

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Caroline Crampton

Looking East

Expanding the horizons of golden age detective fiction. Many thanks to my guest, Christopher Huang. You can find out more about his work at His first mystery novel is A Gentleman's Murder. Read his article "How Do You Decolonise The Golden Age Mystery? Read More Historical Fiction!" at Find out more about this episode at To support the podcast, be part of a superb bookish community, and get two bonus episodes a month, become a member of the Shedunnit Book Club now at Books mentioned: — The Cadfael series by Ellis Peters — X Esquire by Leslie Charteris — The Seven Dials Mystery by Agatha Christie — Meet the Tiger by Leslie Charteris — Miss Moorthy Investigates by Ovidia Yu — Ronald Knox's "Decalogue" — "The Rules" episode of Shedunnit — The Charlie Chan series by Earl Derr Biggers — The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie —

Close Reads Podcast

Goldberry Studios

As I Lay Dying: Episode 4

And so we come to the end. Join David, Heidi, and Tim as they dig (no pun intended) into the fiery (pun intended) ending to this classic book. Where do the book's sympathies lie in the end? Why did Darl go mad? Who is trustworthy? These and many other questions get discussed. Happy listening! See for privacy and opt-out information.

One Great Book

Anne Bogel

Olympus Texas

A layered family drama featuring characters inspired by larger-than-life Greek and Roman gods and goddesses. This compulsively readable literary novel mixes in their classic stories of infidelity, mistakes, and consequences with real small town problems.



Today marks the end of this volume of One Great Book. But don’t worry, there’s more great book talk and reading recommendations on our sister show What Should I Read Next. Every Tuesday we go beyond the bestseller list to help you find your next great read. Keep the great books coming by subscribing to What Should I Read Next wherever you are listening to this show.

کتاب صوتی رمان های مشهور



قمارباز با الهام از اعتیاد خود داستایوفسکی به قمار و تحت فشار نوشته شده است تا طلبکاری اش را بپردازد و حقوق خود را نسبت به میراث ادبی خود حفظ کند.قمارباز یکی از آثار درخور و ممتاز داستایفسکی است که در سن ۴۵ سالگی وی، تنها در مدت ۲۶ روز نگاشته شده‌است. داستان رمان ماجرای خانواده‌ای روس است که بر اثر تحولات و بی‌لیاقتی‌ها ثروت انبوه خود را از دست داده و مجبور به مهاجرت به کشور دیگری شده‌اند. راوی داستان که معلم فرزندان این خانواده است داستان را در حالی روایت می‌کند که یا از قمارخانه برگشته است یا در راه قمارخانه است. وی که به شانس خودش در قمار اعتقاد راسخ دارد مدام در اندیشه قمار است و آن را تنها راه محقق شدن خواسته‌هایش می‌داندو... See for privacy and opt-out information.

ketabgard | کتابگرد پادکست فارسی معرفی و پیشنهاد کتاب

Ketabgard کتابگرد

قسمت ۴۱ | از شعر و ترانه تا دغدغهٔ شکاف نسل‌ها با عبدالجبار کاکایی

عبدالجبار کاکایی مهمان این قسمت کتابگرد است. با آقای کاکایی از شعر و ترانه و شکاف نسل‌‌ها حرف زدیم.
لینک کتاب‌های این قسمت در طاقچه
کد تخفیف ۳۰٪ برای تمام کتاب‌هایی که در پادکست معرفی شده: ketab41
آدرس توییتر کتابگرد
آدرس ایمیل:
آدرس اینستاگرام عبدالجبار کاکایی
کتاب‌های محبوب عبدالجبار کاکایی 
سکانس کلمات: سید حسن حسینی
غزلیات شمس با گزینش و تفسیر شغیعی کدکنی
بوستان سعدی
کتاب‌هایی که برای هدیه پیشنهاد دادم
مهاتما گاندی: رومن رولان
عاشقانه‌‌های شعر کرد: نشر ثالث
من قاتل پسرتان هستم: احمد دهقان
فهرست کتاب‌هایی که در این گفت‌وگو از آن‌ها حرف زدیم
بوف کور: صادق هدایت
نوش‌داروی طرح ژنریک: سید حسن حسینی
ملت عشق: سید حسن حسینی
مادر: ماکسیم گورکی
دن‌آرام: شولوخوف
قمارباز: داستایوفسکی
سفر به گرای ۲۷۰ درجه: احمد دهقان
غزل‌های سعدی
مخزن الاسرار نظامی
باباطاهر عریان

Poured Over

Barnes & Noble

Selma Blair on MEAN BABY

“But then when I read that Raymond Carver said he didn't have the ability to write, you know, a full novel. He was a sprinter and I thought, Oh, maybe I could do it. Is there any such thing as a half a paragraph short story, because that was all I had the focus for. So, it took me a long, long time to write this book.” Actress (Cruel Intentions, Hellboy, Legally Blonde), model, muse to Karl Lagerfeld, mom to a young son, subject of an indelible documentary (Introducing, Selma Blair on discovery+), now author of the memoir Mean Baby, Selma Blair joins us on the show to talk about the title of her book, her relationship with her mother and mentors Ingrid Sischy of Interview Magazine and Carrie Fisher, her love of Joan Didion and C.S. Lewis, the village that came together to help her get her memoir into the world, living with multiple sclerosis and much more with Poured Over’s host, Miwa Messer. And we end the episode with TBR Topoff book recommendation

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Loyal Books

01 - Chapter 01

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Book Reviews Kill

E. Leikam, C. Klein

Monday Morning Minute (02/07/2022)

Good morning! Dork up your commute and add some nerd spice to your cup of coffee on the BRK Monday Morning Minute. Evan and Chad discuss The Rings Of Power, thalassaphobia, and find out how cool of a guy Brian Jaques really was. 


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Jodi Kantor Chases the Truth: Episode 310 is a Primer on Investigative Journalism

New York Times investigative journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey broke the story of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assaults in 2017 and harassment and won a Pulitzer Prize for their efforts. Their book about the Weinstein investigation, She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement, came out in 2019 and the film version will be out this November. Now, Jodi and Megan offer the lessons of their investigation - the process involved and the rules that governed its publication - to student journalists so they may be inspired and informed. I (Jess) got to talk to Jodi Kantor about the book they created for those young journalists, Chasing the Truth: A Young Journalist’s Guide to Investigative Reporting.Links from the Pod:#AmWriting Facebook groupKJ here—and I am now a certified Author Accelerator book coach! If you’ve been listening for a while

Book Club Girl Podcast

Book Club Girl Podcast

Peng Shepherd discusses The Cartographers

A dangerous journey reveals a dark family secret and the true power that lies in maps

Great Audiobooks

Great Literature

The Brothers Karamazov, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Part VIII.

Dostoevsky's last and greatest novel, The Karamazov Brothers (1880) is both a brilliantly told crime story and a passionate philosophical debate. The dissolute landowner Fyodor Pavlovich Karamazov is murdered; his sons - the atheist intellectual Ivan, the hot-blooded Dmitry, and the saintly novice Alyosha - are all at some level involved.Bound up with this intense family drama is Dostoevsky's exploration of many deeply felt ideas about the existence of God, the question of human freedom, the collective nature of guilt, the disatrous consequences of rationalism. The novel is also richly comic: the Russian Orthodox Church, the legal system, and even the authors most cherished causes and beliefs are presented with a note of irreverence, so that orthodoxy, and radicalism, sanity and madness, love and hatred, right and wrong are no longer mutually exclusive. Rebecca West considered it "the allegory for the worl

Sean of the South

Sean Dietrich

An Evening With Sean | Sean of the South

Sean delivers his one-man show with a guitar in one hand, and his heart in the other. 

This Book is Lit.

Kate Allen

Welcome to This Book is Lit, the podcast for book nerds of all genres! Episodes include interviews with beloved and up-and-coming authors; discussions about recent releases; and all the literary tangents you could ask for. Follow our website at Or check us out at Instagram @thisbookislitblog Support this podcast:

The Tolkien Professor

The Tolkien Professor (Corey Olsen)

463: Other Minds and Hands, Episode 2

Today we have both cohosts, and we are also joined by our first guest: Knewbettadobetta, whom you can follow on TikTok. Today we'll discuss the significance of background lore choices and what it means for an adaptation to be "faithful".
Other Minds and Hands: An Open and Friendly Discussion of Tolkien Adaptation, Episode 2,
recorded on March 9, 2022
Dr. Corey Olsen the Tolkein Professor
Dr. Maggie Parke
Episode guest:
Other Minds and Hands takes place (almost) every week at 4 pm US Eastern, Wednesday,
on this SignumU Youtube channel
and SignumU Twitch channel https://ww

David Sedaris: Meet the Author

Apple Inc.

David Sedaris: Meet the Author

American comedian and No. 1 New York Times bestselling author David Sedaris discusses his new book, Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls. David discusses the complexities of Chinese food and working with monkeys with Jonathan Ross at the Apple Store Regent Street in London.

The Thing About Austen

The Thing About Austen

Episode 26: The Thing About Fanny's Stargazing

Pack your telescope and grab your star charts! This episode we're headed to a very specific location at Mansfield Park to examine Fanny's foray into celestial poetry. If you have ever wished upon a star, this episode is for you.
You can find us online at and follow us on Instagram @TheThingAboutAusten and on Twitter @Austen_Things. You can also email us at

Lord of the Rings Lorecast

Robots Radio

From the creation of the world to what happened after the destruction of the One Ring, this podcast explains all of the lore, characters, history, and mythology of J.R.R. Tolkien's amazingly deep and complex world one topic at a time. It's like the best college course you could ever take with a professor who loves Middle Earth and adds in some mind-blowing concepts along the way. Whether you're new to the fandom or someone interested in brushing up on the details and expanding your perspective, this is the perfect Tolkien podcast for you. This is part of the Robots Radio network and is brought to you by the host of other hit lore shows including the Fallout Lorecast, Elder Scrolls Lorecast, Witcher Lorecast, and Cyberpunk Lorecast. For business inquiries or advertising please contact This podcast is supported by our patrons at

I Should Be Writing

Mur Lafferty

[ISBW] What Can A REAL Lawyer Tell Us About Copyright and IP

Please Note,While Solicitor Kenner is A lawyer, she's still not YOUR lawyer, so do not take anything said here as direct legal advice.   Open 2022 Word Count: 68178 ?? Writing Retreat coming at the end of May Good News Good News Team Rejection count: 171 Sourdough starters growing up and ready to go to school Main Topic: Your Writing, Copyright and Intellectual Properties Trademarks, and referring to brands in fiction Fair Use: The Rules, The Limitations, and Usages Titles cannot be copyrighted The defenses of intellectual properties, the good and the overreach Links Escape Artists Podcasts Escape Artists Twitch Stream Merch Shop Mur on Twitter Mur on Instagram Mur on Youtube Mur's newsletter, The Hot Mic Support via Patreon or Ko-Fi! John Anealio on Bandcamp Twitch schedule for May: 16th Mon: 12:00pm Ditch Diggers with Matt Wallace 17th Tues: 3:00pm I Should Be Writing 19th Wed: CANCELED FOR MAY 20th

Archive Seasons 1-6 – Writing Excuses

Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler

Writing Excuses 6.30: Help! I Can’t End My Book!

Brandon, Dan, Mary, and Howard talk endings, and how to troubleshoot common problems writers have with them.

Friends & Fiction

Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry, Ron Block

WB S2E5 Author Allies

WRITERS' BLOCK Ron Block and Mary Kay Andrews speak with Linda Ketron about her stellar work with Moveable Feast and becoming a beacon to authors and readers alike.

Frank Delaney's Re: Joyce

Frank Delaney

ReJOYCE! To commemorate James Joyce's mighty novel, Ulysses, we're launching a podcast. Every week you'll find a five-minute mini-essay from me designed to take you through the novel that's on every list of the greatest books ever written. And as Ulysses runs to some 375,000 words, and I mean to go through it sentence by sentence if I have to, in order to convey the full brilliance of this novel - and the enjoyment to be had from it - I'll be podcasting for some time to come! It's such an absorbing book, it's got diamond mines of references, it's so compassionate, so tender, so moving, so funny - and most of us never know that, because most of us have long been daunted by it. No need to be afraid any more - that is, if you make a habit of listening to these podcasts.



اپیزود سی‌ودوم - قصه‌های گریم - از طلا

دو داستان از مجموعه افسانه‌های اروپایی برادران گریم:
- شیطان و سه موی طلایی
- پرنده طلایی
اگر دوست دارید در تولید پادکست ساگا سهم داشته باشید می‌تونید از لینک زیر ما رو حمایت کنید:
وب‌سایت پادکست ساگا
ساگا در اینستاگرام
ساگا در تلگرام
ساگا در توییتر
ایمیل ساگا :

Jane Austen Bedtime Stories

Jane Austen Bedtime Pod

Pride and Prejudice, Chapter 36

Elizabeth is reading and re-reading Mr. Darcy's letter, trying to make sense of it all. Who knew one letter could fundamentally alter everything you thought was true? Not to mention, she's been walking around the park the whole time! No wonder she's exhausted! Time for her, and you, to process your feelings with a night of sound, restful sleep.
Welcome to the Jane Austen Bedtime Stories podcast! Each episode is a section of a classic Jane Austen novel, read in soothing tones and set to calming music to help you fall asleep.
With everything that is going on in the world, we find comfort in the familiar. For so many of us, Jane Austen's works are like a warm hug. So snuggle up under the covers and let the comforting words of Jane Austen lull you into sleep.
Music ["Reverie"] by Scott Buckley –


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Wish I'd Known Then . . . For Writers

Sara Rosett and Jami Albright

Welcome to the Wish I'd Known Then podcast. Join authors Jami Albright and Sara Rosett as they interview self published authors about how they found success as well as what they've learned from their missteps. Because being an indie author is about being innovative and creative and learning from your mistakes.


Jordan Kisner

Lulu Miller

Lulu Miller joins Jordan to talk about heartbreak and building back from it, about making writing the healthy choice, about relating to David Starr Jordan -- and a little bit about fish.
The 1906 San Francisco earthquake
Lisa Frank

Lulu Miller is the cohost of Radiolab, cofounder of NPR’s Invisibilia, and a Peabody Award–winning science journalist. Her first book is Why Fish Don't Exist and her writing has been published in The New Yorker, VQR, Orion, Electric Literature, Catapult, and beyond. Her favorite spot on earth is Humpback Rocks.

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Reading Through Life

Sarah & Mia

Reading Through Life is a weekly podcast by two best friends who would love to live inside a library. We believe that there is no better company than that towering pile of 73 unread novels you have sitting on your nightstand. And if we don’t get the quiet time to dive face first into a book each day, we get really stabby.

Mythgard's Exploring The Lord of the Rings

Mythgard Institute

Join The Tolkien Professor, Dr. Corey Olsen, on a sentence-by-sentence journey through the text of Tolkien's epic fairy story, and explore Middle-earth through the magical game-world of Lord of the Rings Online.

Book Riot - The Podcast

Book Riot

Two Questions and a Comment

Jeff and Rebecca talk about Barnes & Noble’s picks for the best books of the year so far, Spotify coming for audiobooks, the quiet end of Oprah’s Book Club on AppleTV, Tiny Beautiful Things being adapted, and much more.
Follow the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify. The show can also be found on Stitcher.
For more industry news, sign up for our Today in Books daily newsletter!
Discussed in this episode:
The Book Riot Podcast Patreon
Obscenity suit is advancing in VA
Barnes & Noble’s best books of 2022 so far
Kathryn Hahn to appear in Hulu’s Tiny Beautiful Things adaptation
Spotify is coming for audiobooks
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The Daily Poem

Goldberry Studios

Joy Harjo's "Perhaps the World Ends Here"

Joy Harjo (/ˈhɑːrdʒoʊ/ HAR-joh; born May 9, 1951) is an American poet, musician, playwright, and author. She is the incumbent United States Poet Laureate, the first Native American to hold that honor. She is also only the second Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to serve three terms. Harjo is a member of the Muscogee Nation (Este Mvskokvlke) and belongs to Oce Vpofv (Hickory Ground).[1] She is an important figure in the second wave of the literary Native American Renaissance of the late 20th century. She studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts, completed her undergraduate degree at University of New Mexico in 1976, and earned an MFA degree at the University of Iowa in its creative writing program.Bio via Wikipedia See for privacy and opt-out information.

Un Libro Una Hora

SER Podcast

'A sangre fría': la novela que acabó con Truman Capote

Truman Capote (Nueva Orleans, 1924-Los Ángeles, 1984) es uno de los grandes escritores norteamericanos del siglo XX, autor de ‘Otras voces, otros ámbitos’, ‘Plegarias atendidas’ o ‘Música para camaleones’. Publicó ‘A sangre fría’ en 1966. 

Hardcore Literature

Benjamin McEvoy

Ep 54 - The Road (Cormac McCarthy)

If you're enjoying the Hardcore Literature Show, there are two ways you can show your support and ensure it continues: 1. Please leave a quick review on iTunes. 2. Join in the fun over at the Hardcore Literature Book Club: Thank you so much. Happy listening and reading! - Benjamin

Chinese Lore Podcast

John Zhu

Classic Chinese novels and stories, retold in English and in a way that makes them more accessible for non-Chinese audiences.

Jane and Jesus


Growing Up is Hard: Elizabeth Bennet (feat. William Deresiewicz) S1 E8

On the season finale of Jane and Jesus, Karen is joined by William Deresiewicz to discuss what Elizabeth Bennet can show us about growing up, thinking for yourself, pursuing morality, and choosing to love. 
Order our new Jane and Jesus coffee mug here!
Jane and Jesus is a production of SoulShop.

Novel Pairings

Novel Pairings

95. Love and Freindship by Jane Austen and adding pure FUN to your TBR list

Today Sara and Chelsey discuss Jane Austen’s silly, ridiculous, and absolutely delightful work of juvenilia: Love and Freindship. From fainting spells to the history of parody, this episode is full of nerdy information and fun Austen context. If you’re looking to lighten up your reading life with irreverent novels and humorous romance, today’s pairings are for you, regardless of whether you’ve picked up Love and Freindship.  Join our Patreon community at Follow Novel Pairings on Instagram or Twitter.  Use our affiliate code NOVELPAIRINGS to get an audiobook subscription and support independent bookstores. Books mentioned: Love and Freindship by Jane Austen Chelsey: The Princess Bride by William Goldman Texts from Jane Eyre: And Other Conversations with Your Favorite Literary Characters by Mallory Ortburg When a Scot Ties the Knot by Tessa Dare Miss Austen by Gill

Screen After Reading

Entertainment Weekly

The art of adaptation has a long history, and it's even got its own award category at the Oscars. But how do your favorite books make it to the screen? How do you break down an inherently internal medium and make it visual, compelling, and vibrant? Hosted by EW Senior Writer Maureen Lenker, SCREEN AFTER READING takes us behind the scenes of some of the year's biggest screen adaptations talking to the people who made them — the cast, the writers, directors, and of course, the novelists themselves.

Carl Jung's Red Book + Astrology

Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris

Exploring Carl Jung’s magnum opus, The Red Book, chapter-by-chapter. In each episode, Salome Institute director, Satya Doyle Byock, and Astrologer Carol Ferris discuss C.G. Jung’s vast work while reflecting on Jungian psychology and history, the astrology of Jung's time and ours, and the political, social, feminist, and anti-racist relevance of this work today. C.G. Jung’s journey into the unconscious began in 1913, just months before the sudden beginning of WWI. It was this descent, laboriously documented in a large red leather book that has come to be known as "The Red Book" that underlies all of Analytical Psychology, also known as Jungian Psychology. You do not need to be steeped in Jungian Psychology or in astrology to enjoy this Jungian Podcast. Satya & Carol make this work socially and personally relevant for people of all backgrounds, even those with little experience with this material.


閱讀前哨站 瓦基

EP.174 《權衡》讀後心得:我第一次讀孫子兵法的四個感想

「人生,就像是一場漫長的戰爭,我們都渴望勝利,都想要完成自己的夢,但面對詭譎多變的情勢,學會應付變局、權衡利弊,才是我們得以勝出的核心競爭力。」讓我們從流傳兩千年的兵法寶典《孫子兵法》,學習突破人生困局的致勝關鍵。 《權衡》的作者是生活中的歷史學家胡川安,他大學雙修歷史與哲學,研究所雙修考古學與歷史學,後來取得加拿大麥基爾大學的東亞系博士。他曾經在日本、巴黎、美國和加拿大生活,曾任「故事:寫給所有人的歷史」網站主編,目前在國立中央大學中國文學系的助理教授。 如同作者所說:「如果有一本書,在科技日新月異的時代,不管世界變動得再快,還可以傳了兩千年讓世界不同行業的人都感興趣,那其中一定有我們值得學習的地方。」《孫子兵法》就是這樣的一本書,讓我們可以透過歷久不衰的經典,來重新思考自己的人生和面對這個時局的方式。 博客來 25 元優惠券: 【瓦基的第一支說書影片】 工作焦慮|為什麼我們會不想上班?背後的真正原因是什麼?|#啾音好書 ?部落格文字版: 《權衡》讀後心得:我第一次讀孫子兵法的四個感想 ?下一本讀什麼 & 閱讀前哨站 傳送門: Powered by Firstory Hosting

Cinema Story Origins

Paul J. Hale

CSO 04c Disney’s 101 Dalmatians Part 3

Comparing and contrasting Disney’s “101 Dalmatians” with “The 101 Dalmatians” by Dodie Smith   This podcast contains certain copyrighted works that were not specifically authorized to be used by the copyright holder(s), but which we believe in good faith are protected by federal law and the fair use doctrine (Section 107 of the Copyright Act). If you […]
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أسرار الموت العظمى

أسرار الموت العظمى - محمد الشيخ

هل يشعر الميت باقتراب أجله حقاً؟! وهل يشاهدنا الميت و يسمعنا ونحن حوله ننعاه ونبكيه؟! كيف تعرض الأعمال على الميت لحظة الاحتضار؟! كيف تهيم الروح في عالم البرزخ؟! وكيف يفنى الجسد؟! ما هو سر ليلة القبر الأولى؟! وما طبيعة الجينات التي تنشط بشكل غريب بعد الدفن؟! هل يمر ميت الفجأة بنفس أعراض الموت التي يمر بها من توفي بعد مرض مثلاً؟! ماذا شاهد العائدون من الموت الوشيك ... وكيف يعطي الموشك على الوفاة إشارات لمن حوله؟ وسر الأسرار ... حسن الخاتمة!

كل هذا ستعرفه هنا ما بين العلم والدين.

Write Now with Sarah Werner

Sarah Rhea Werner

Write Now Update & #AmWriting Episode Swap

Hello friends, this is Sarah and I've got good news! Write Now is coming back. New episodes start July 6th will release every Wednesday morning hereafter - New words and warmth and new author interviews. I wanted to touch base with you, share this announcement and to give you something substantial to enjoy in the meantime, swap an episode with a podcast I love. After you hear from me, you'll hear a full episode of #AmWriting, a podcast series that offers entertaining, actionable advice on craft, productivity, and creativity for writers of all genres. This is an interview episode of theirs that I really like called "Writer De-Snobbification" where they talk to author Katherine Center. The subject matter of this discussion is really near and dear to my heart. Center started out as a literary writer and didn't discover genre work until later in life. She found that she really loved working in genre, but struggled with her

The Maris Review

Maris Kreizman

Episode 156: Annie Hartnett

Annie Hartnett is the author of Rabbit Cake, which was listed as one of Kirkus Reviews‘s Best Books of 2017 and a finalist for the New England Book Award. She has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and the Associates of the Boston Public Library. She studied philosophy at Hamilton College, has an MA from Middlebury College, and an MFA from the University of Alabama. When she began writing Unlikely Animals, she was living in the groundskeeper’s house in a cemetery. She now lives in a small town in Massachusetts with her husband, daughter, and darling border collie, Mr. Willie Nelson.
Recommended Reading:
Good Grief: On Loving Pets, Here and Hereafter by E. B. Bartels · How High We Go In the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu · Notes On an Execution by Danya Kukafka
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Poetry Off the Shelf

Poetry Foundation

Pushing the Ear

Tommye Blount on transformation, Kids Incorporate, and the joy of drowning in diction.

The Wintering Sessions with Katherine May

Katherine May

Alexandra Heminsley on inhabiting a female body

Welcome to the Wintering Sessions with Katherine May.This week Katherine chats to journalist and writer Alexandra Heminsley, author of Some Body to Love. After infertility treatment, a challenging pregnancy and a sexual assault, Alex found her relationship drifting apart for reasons she couldn’t fully understand. But when her partner finally disclosed that they wanted to transition to being a woman, Alex had to come to terms with something she never expected: being part of a LBTQIA+ family. In this conversation, she explores her compassionate response to her former partner’s needs, how it has changed her viewpoint on life, and how life can be remade in the face of the unexpected. ALEXANDRA LINKSOnlineBooksSome Body To LoveJournalismThe Daily (podcast mentioned)KATHERINE LINKSPatreonHomepageTwitterInstagramThe Wintering SessionsKatherine's writing class See for privacy and opt-out information.

Seaweed Brain: A Percy Jackson Podcast

Seaweed Brain

The Blood of Olympus Ch. 33-36: Now Serving: All Da Ladies Luv Leo

*BREAKING NEWS* Percy Jackson has been CAST! Walker Scobell (The Adam Project, Secret Headquarters) will be playing Percy in the upcoming Disney+ Show. Read Rick's announcement here:

We are out here in Leo's POV with the wonderful returning co-hosts of Fatal Flaw Podcast-- Molly and Maddy! We're here to talk about HEALTH! Asclepius! Leo's sacrifice plan! And also Stephen Sondheim, Oprah Winfrey, and Jason Momoa's show See on Apple TV+!

You can follow Fatal Flaw @FatalFlawPJO on instagram and twitter! Follow Molly @Molly_Thal and Maddy @MyKindofMaddy
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Ahmad Fayaz | احمد فیاض

شش درجه جدایی-اپیزود شصت رادیو هیچ

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Reading Ulysses

RTÉ Radio 1

Introduction to Ulysses | Reading Ulysses

Joseph O'Connor, Edna O'Brien and Gerry O'Flaherty recall the events and characters of this day and explore why James Joyce's fictionalised events of an ordinary day should become such a literary masterpiece.

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Book Riot

The Handsell: May 30, 2022

This week on the Handsell, Amanda recommends Life’s Work by Willie Parker.
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The Academy of American Poets

Amy Lowell: "A Decade"

Recorded by Academy of American Poets staff for Poem-a-Day, a series produced by the Academy of American Poets. Published on June 25, 2022.

The Librarian Is In

The New York Public Library

Podcastial Purgatory, Epi 214

Frank updates us on his progress in Anna Karenina and Crystal gives us a new book rec!

Ketab Jiby | پادکست کتاب جیبی

Mahdi Bahmani

اپیزود شصت و یک: آدم های سمی

چگونه نقش افراد سمی را در زندگیتان شناسایی، کنترل و خنثی کنید؟خلاصه کتاب آدم های سمیToxic People: 10 Ways Of Dealing With People Who Make Your Life Miserableنویسنده: لیلیان گلاس | Lillian Glassناشر: درسا | ترجمه: مينا فتحی ، نهضت صالحيانگوینده و متن: مهدی بهمنیتدوین: رضا بهمنیطراح پوستر: کوروش عنبریاسپانسر: درگاه پرداخت سیزپی | کد تخفیف ۱۰ درصدی: KetabJibyلینک‌ های پادکست:حمایت مالی:اسپانسر کتاب جیبی شوید:



Ep. 65 Author and Historian Harold Holzer on Abraham Lincoln

Any follower of C-SPAN knows the name Harold Holzer, a lifelong aficionado and chronicler of Abraham Lincoln. He has either written or edited fifty-four books on America's 16th president. President Lincoln has been Mr. Holzer's avocation over these many years while he maintained full-time work and responsibilities for twenty-three of those years as senior vice president for public affairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. He currently serves as director of Hunter College's Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute. Recently, he talked about his favorite pastime, Mr. Lincoln, before an audience at Purdue University. Students were able to ask many questions about Abraham Lincoln and how the media has treated some of the other forty-five presidents in our country's history.  
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The Tolkien Road

The Tolkien Road

MIDDLE-EARTH: Christian Propaganda or Pre-Christian Mythology?

Are we imposing Christianity onto MIddle-earth? That's what one listener thinks...“This show is Christian propaganda disguised as a discussion of Tolkien mythology. It’s fine to be Christian, obviously Tolkien was a Christian, but Christianity doesn’t exist in Arda. The mythology was not meant to be a metaphor for Christianity/the Bible - Tolkien had said that he dislikes such devices in story telling."In this video, I respond to that misguided accusation, and reveal what Tolkien actually thought and wrote about this topic.MORE VIDEOS ON THIS TOPIC:- Tolkien on Christ's Resurrection and the Way Things Really Do Work » Letter 89» The God and Gods of Middle-earth » Tolkien vs The Shadow » Númenor's Purpose » Lord of the Rings & Religion Mailbag » / Follow M

Diving In

Virginia Seymour and Louise Jones

49: Crime, Betrayal and Secrets in Colder Climes

Louise and Virginia are sweltering in the heat of a Perth summer so they are cooling down with books set in cold countries. This episode they head off to Iceland and Norway and there’s plenty of frosty chill.BooksThe Therapist by Helene FloodThe Sorrow Stone by Kári GíslasonA Question of Guilt by Jorn Lier HorstThe Valley of Lost Secrets by Lesley ParrPodcastsThe Rest is History – Tom Holland and Dominic Sandbrook – Episodes 159 -162 PutinThe Rest is Politics – Alistair Campbell and Rory StewartThe Daily – Will Sanctioning the Oligarchs Change the War?and Putin’s Endgame: A Conversation with Fiona HillTV seriesThe Chestnut Man – Netflix

Medieval Death Trip

Medieval Death Trip

MDT Ep. 89: Interview with a Devil

In this (belated) episode marking our seventh anniversary, we learn about the infernal realms, straight from the devil's mouth, going from a 11th-century Old English text to the 16th-century stage. We also learn why you shouldn't attack your father with an ax and what demonic possession has in common with e. Coli.

Today's Texts:
Kemble, John M., editor and translator. The Dialogue of Salomon and Saturnus, with an Historical Introduction. The Ælfric Society, 1848, pp. 86-88. Google Books.
Faust Book. In Early English Prose Romances, edited by William John Thoms. Nattali and Bond, 1858. Digital text available at the Perseus Project.
Marlowe, Christopher. The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus from the Quarto of 1604. Edited by Alexander Dyce. Project Gutenberg, 2009.
de Vitry, Jacques. Exempla of Jacques de Vitry. Edited by Thomas Frederick Crane, David Nutt, 1890. Google Books.
Gregory the Great. The Dialo

"The Scarlet Letter" Audiobook (Audio book)

Nathaniel Hawthorne and performed by Mary Woods

Chapter 01, The Prison Door

London Review Bookshop Podcast

London Review Bookshop

Josh Cohen & Deborah Levy: Losers

In his long essay Losers (Peninsula) psychoanalyst and critic Josh Cohen examines, with characteristic wit and acuity, what our culture loses by undervaluing what Elizabeth Bishop famously called ‘the art of losing.’ Drawing on a wide range of sources and inspirations from mythology, psychology and literature, including Freud, Winnicott, Beckett, Kafka, Thomas Bernard and Robert Walser, Cohen was in conversation with novelist and essayist Deborah Levy, who has written of Losers ‘With compassion, skill and verve, Josh Cohen eloquently dismantles societal and personal delusions about winning and losing.’ See for privacy and opt-out information.

Radio Westeros ASoIaF Podcasts

Radio Westeros

Radio Westeros E70 Merrett - A Right to Vengeance

In this episode all about the epilogue of ASoS, we look at the story of Merrett Frey, how the chapter functions in ASoIaF, and the stunning introduction of a reanimated Catelyn Stark. Sections on the foreshadowing for Lady Stoneheart, the history and meaning of Oldstones, and the role of vengeance in ASoIaF complete the episode. See for privacy and opt-out information.

3 Books With Neil Pasricha

Neil Pasricha: Bestselling Author

Chapter 97: Debbie Millman shuns shame to spark spirit and sew soulful symbiosis

Are you a passionate fan of Design Matters like I am? It’s one of the world’s oldest podcasts and one of the best shows out there. Debbie Millman scratches her insatiable curiosity and explores what it means to live a rich, fulfilling, intentional life with luminaries like Brené Brown, Cheryl Strayed, Brandon Stanton, Seth Godin, and, of course, Roxane Gay. (All guests of 3 Books, too! Clearly we have tethers between our hearts.)   Where do we start with Debbie Millman?   Well, she’s ‘one of the most creative people in business’ according to Fast Company and one of the ‘most influential designers working in the world today’ says Graphic Design USA. She’s got a wonderful new book called Why Design Matters: Conversations with the World’s Most Creative People, a giant, heavy, amazing tome put out by Harper Design which serves as a compressed set of wisdom and values from Design Matters.   Debbie is

Archive Seasons 7-10 – Writing Excuses

Brandon Sanderson, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard Tayler

Writing Excuses 10.52: Moving On, with Ellen Kushner

Ellen Kushner joins us for the last episode of Season 10. Per the title, folks, it’s time to be done. What does “done” mean? How do you go about declaring a project “finished” when you know there are still things wrong with it? How do you clear your head, your work space, and your life for … Continue reading Writing Excuses 10.52: Moving On, with Ellen Kushner →

Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers

Brooke Warner and Grant Faulkner (NaNoWriMo)

Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers is currently in its fourth year. We are a weekly podcast for writers craving a unique blend of inspiration and real talk about the ups and downs of the writing life. Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), each theme-focused episode of Write-minded features an interview with a writer, author, or publishing industry professional. This year we’re featuring a Book Trend at the end of each episode to keep listeners in the loop about what they need to know about the book industry. Brooke and Grant bring to this weekly podcast their shared spirit of community, collaboration, and a deeply held belief that everyone is a writer, and everyone’s story matters.

U22 The Centenary Ulysses Podcast

Catherine Flynn

Episode 13: Nausicaa

A woman, a man, a beach at twilight, and at least one orgasm: but what exactly happens? Is Gerty MacDowell brainwashed or liberated by the women’s magazines she reads? Is the episode misogynist or empathetic? We complicate these binaries with Anne Fogarty, professor at University College, Dublin, Cathal Mac Thréinfhir, retired teacher in Limerick, Nuala O’Connor, Irish novelist, James Turner, professor at UC Berkeley, and Vicki Mahaffey, professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

First Draft with Sarah Enni

Sarah Enni

Mess Stuff Up With Jon Scieszka

First Draft Episode #341: Jon Scieszka Jon Scieszka, former National Ambassador for Children’s Literature and New York Times bestselling author best known for picture books with illustrator Lane Smith, including The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, Math Curse, and more. Links to Topics Mentioned In This Episode: The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio Jacqueline Woodson, 2020 MacArthur Genius fellow, National Book Award winner, Newberry, Caldecott, and Coretta Scott King winner, former National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Brown Girl Dreaming, Red at the Bone, Another Brooklyn, Before the Ever After and many, many more. She joins us to talk about her picture books with Rafael López, The Day You Begin and The Year We Learned to Fly. Hear her First Draft interview here. Dr Seuss, author of How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Oh, the P

"A Tale of Two Cities" Audiobook (Audio book)

Charles Dickens performed by Jane Aker

Episode #1: Book 1, Chapters 1-3

The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast

The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast

The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast has been creating podcasts and audio productions since 2009! Each week, hosts Chad Fifer and Chris Lackey discuss a piece of weird fiction. Our 120 initial shows on the works of H.P. Lovecraft are all FREE, and we continue to produce shows on the new podcast, Strange Studies of Strange Studies found on PATREON!

Hey YA

Book Riot

The YA Reader in the Library With the Candle Stick: YA Mysteries

Tirzah and Erica discuss some exciting YA book news and some great YA mysteries.
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Oscar-Nominated Flee To Be Adapted As YA Book
Netflix has added nine actors to the cast for XO, Kitty, its upcoming To All the Boys spinoff series.
A Scatter of Light by Malinda Lo cover reveal.
Tirzah’s new book Sense and Second-Degree Murder is out now!
Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson
Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson
Cold by Mariko Tamaki
The Red Palace by June Hur 
Trouble is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromly
Very Bad People by Kit Frick
The Drowning Summer by Ch

Persuasion by Jane Austen

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Book Club with Michael Smerconish


Dr. Leana Wen: "Lifelines"

Michael's conversation with Dr. Leana Wen, author of "Lifelines: A Doctor's Journey in the Fight for Public Health." She is the former Baltimore, MD health commissioner and a CNN and Washington Post contributor. Original air date 10 August 2021. The book was published on 27 July 2021.

Lit Match

Abigail K. Perry

Paula Munier ON: How to Identify and Capitalize on the Selling Points of a Story, Subgenres and Tropes, and What Makes a Story Unique

"Stories are what get us through, stories are how humans have encouraged one another to survive the dark times and given pointers about how to survive the dark times.” – Paula Munier, Talcott Notch Literary 
Abigail K. Perry sits down with Paula Munier to discuss her manuscript wishlist and valuable publishing insights, some including: what’s selling in the 2022 market, why there’s no such thing as an original story (and how to make your story unique), how to identify and capitalize on the selling points of a story, how to pitch a book, the kind of stories all people want, and the best thing you can do to make your story better—and sell it. 
About Paula:
Paula Munier is a senior literary agent and the USA TODAY bestselling author of the Mercy Carr mysteries. 
A Borrowing of Bone

The Great Books of Literature Podcast

The Institute of Public Affairs

Bonus Episode: On Reading 10 Great Books

In this bonus episode of the IPA's Great Books of Literature Podcast, John Roskam and Andrew Bolt talk about which book was their favourite, which characters stuck out for them, which author's life was most interesting to learn about and what they learned from reading 10 of the great books of Western Civilisation

The Moby-Dick Big Read

Peninsula Arts

Epilogue - Read by Mary Oliver -

Introduced by Peter Donaldson, Recorded by John Braden, WOMR, Edited and Mixed at dBs Music'I have written a blasphemous book', said Melville when his novel was first published in 1851, 'and I feel as spotless as the lamb'. Deeply subversive, in almost every way imaginable, Moby-Dick is a virtual, alternative bible - and as such, ripe for reinterpretation in this new world of new media. Out of Dominion was born its bastard child - or perhaps its immaculate conception - the Moby-Dick Big Read: an online version of Melville's magisterial tome: each of its 135 chapters read out aloud, by a mixture of the celebrated and the unknown, to be broadcast online, one new chapter each day, in a sequence of 135 downloads, publicly and freely accessible.Starting 16 September 2012!For more info please go to:

Podcast Sobre App De Facebook

Alejandro Nava

Podcast sobre Facebook

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The Poetry Magazine Podcast

Poetry Foundation

Mini Episode: Esther Belin Shares Two Writing Prompts

In our very first mini episode, Esther Belin shares two writing prompts to help propel you to a place that comforts and aligns you back to center.

The World of Percy Jackson

The Podcaster

The Son of Neptune: Chapters 15-16

Today I will read Chapters 15 and 16 of the Son of Neptune.

The Book Club Review

The Book Club Review

Bookshelf: our latest reads

Our bookshelf shows are the ones where we get to cut loose and follow our own preferences, so listen in as Kate tries to figure out the best way to show up for her life after reading Oliver Burkeman’s 4,000 Hours. Meanwhile Laura is drawn into ’A dark world of desire and fantasy’ with French prizewinner No Touching by Ketty Rouf, we figure out via an emergency call to an Irish friend how to pronounce Colm Tóibín, but unfortunately this doesn't help Kate in her struggle with his book about Thomas Mann, The Magician. Laura gets on better with Brit Bennett's book The Mothers, which she can't put down. Finally, Kate has a new girl-crush on Canadian author Sheila Heti after reading her book Motherhood. Booklist 4,000 weeks by Oliver Burkeman No Touching by Ketty Rouf The Magician by Colm Toíbín Motherhood by Sheila Heti The Mothers by Brit Bennett Laura also mentioned Savage Tongues by Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, Little by Edward Carey and Secrets of



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2022 서울국제도서전 책읽아웃 공개방송. 오은 시인, 황정은 작가가 김혼비 작가와 윤가은 영화감독을 만나면? 네 명의 작가가 제대로 좋아하는 일에 관해 시시콜콜 이야기를 나누었습니다.   다정소감 호호호

Literally Reading

Literally Reading

Literary Lineup: June

Hi Readers!  Welcome to Literary Lineup: June Edition! On this mini-episode, we’ll each share three books that we are hoping to pick-up this month. Nora Goes off Script by by Annabel Monaghan (Ellie) Counterfeit by Kirstin Chen (Traci) It all Comes Down to This by Therese Anne Fowler (Ellie) Love and Other Great Expectations by Becky Dean (Traci) Happiness for Beginners by Katherine Center (Ellie) The Change by Kirsten Miller (Traci)

Books Unbound

Ariel Bissett & Raeleen Lemay

#143 - Ariel Fell Off of a Balcony but Still Managed to Read Something!

It was a crazy series of events but Ariel fell a balcony and is okay! Lots of reading updates and recommendations for European book covers and books based on our Myers Briggs results.

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The Nerd of the Rings

Nerd of the Rings

John Rhys-Davies talks Gimli, Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, and more!

The one and only John Rhys-Davies talks about his experience as Gimli and Sallah, his library, and reads a fan-favorite portion from the books - Gimli's description of the Glittering Caves.  This interview with the Lord of the Rings star was possible through the "It's Time to Shout James" fundraiser.  To donate to a great cause, visit:


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Mekhai Walker

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Vaishnavi Katare

Rich dad poor dad

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Sahar Nik

اپیزود پنجم - قصه انار - قسمت پنجم

نویسنده و راوی : سحر شریف نیک
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The Graveyard Shift w/ Mr. Davis

Dustin Davis

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پادکست جعبه // Jabe Persian Podcast (Mansour Zabetian)

Jabe podcast

جعبه‌ی شماره‌ی ۲۰؛ خیام جان یا این قافله‌ی عمر عجب می‌گذرد

پادکست جعبه‌ی شماره‌ی ۲۰ نگاهی دارد به زندگی و تاثیرگذاری خیام بزرگ. این پادکست به بهانه‌ی خیام پای خیلی‌ها را وسط کشیده؛ از محمود دولت‌آبادی و محمدرضا شجریان تا ولادیمیر پوتین و مدونا.

Page Break with Brian McClellan

Brian McClellan

Ep 38 - Naomi Novik - Fantasy Author

Brian's guest this week is fantasy author Naomi Novik! Naomi is best known for her massively successful Temeraire series in which dragons fight in the Napoleonic Wars and was, as Brian recounts in the episode, an early inspiration for his own writing. She’s also written the Scholomance trilogy, standalone novels Uprooted and Spinning Silver, and a host of short fiction.Naomi and Brian talk about international travel and attending conventions, Naomi’s love of fan fiction, her early work in video games, and writing characters—including non-humans—who think differently from modern people.Fina Naomi on Twitter and her website.Find Brian at his website, on Twitter and Instagram, or find his books on Amazon, direct from his bookstore, or wherever books are sold!Don't forget to support the show on Patreon, or pick up some swag on Redbubble. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Reading Dune

Reading Dune Podcast

CHAPTER 10 - Alia & Hayt

Alia & Hayt get some quality time together. The perfect first date: Investigate a Crime Scene, Visit Leto's Tomb, Reveal Evil Plan, and end with a good night kiss.
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Lore Party Media

Mailbag (April 2022)

In this special mailbag episode, Abu and Leo open up your distrans and respond to listener questions. They discuss Dune's influence on pop culture, share what lessons they've learned from the books, and dive deep into...molasses.This episode contains SPOILERS for Dune and Dune Messiah, the first two novels in the series.Support us on Patreon: out our merch: https://www.gomjabbarshop.comThis podcast is part of the Lore Party Podcast Network. Visit our site to learn more about all our great shows:

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing

Mitzi Rapkin

First Draft - Evie Wyld

Evie Wyld's debut novel, After the Fire, a Still Small Voice, was short-listed for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award and awarded the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. Her second novel, All the Birds, Singing, won the Miles Franklin Literary Award, the Encore Award and the European Union Prize for Literature, and it was shortlisted for the Costa Book Award for Best Novel. In 2013 she was named one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists. Her latest novel, The Bass Rock, won the Stella Prize. She lives in London.
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微信公众号:「365读书」(dus365),有不定期赠书福利;微博:365读书v。主播:潮羽&云公子,365天每天更新一期。 文字版已在微信公众号【365读书】发布 。QQ:587586744 背景音乐:1.Shardad Rohani - Silent Ballad;2.Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Nocturne, for cello & small orchestra (or piano) in D minor, Op. 19/4;3.Isaac Stern - Piano Trio No. 1 Op. 99:Andante con moto。

The Sell More Books Show: Book Marketing, Digital Publishing and Kindle News, Tools and Advice

Bryan Cohen and H. Claire Taylor: Self Publishing Author Entrepreneurs

Episode 408 - Selling Sequels, Enlisting Editors, and Rank Rancor

There is over 500 members in the new group, The Sell More Books Show Afterparty! Go check it out at the link provided! Leave us a review on Apple Podcast and answer the Question of the Week in the comment section. Top Tips of the week include why promoting sequels will help sell your series, why to consider an editor, and why you should start your email list. This weeks Honorable Mention is Indie Inspired. The 5 News stories that matter most to indies this week include how one intrepid author broke into the library with his book, how Amazon changes glitches are ruining indie launches, why 'no offense' is no defense, how newsletter swaps can grow your list, and how to make your Facebook ads more effective. Question of the Week: What is the most covert, sneaky, and generally ineffective way you’ve tried to market your book?

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Passions & Prologues

Evergreen Podcasts

Introducing: Passions & Prologues

Every week, host Adam Social interviews a popular member of the literary, musical, or pop culture world about their passions beyond what their known for. These longform, relaxed conversations show listeners a new side of some of their favorite content creators as well as provide insight into the things that inspire their work.

Kowabana: 'True' Japanese scary stories from around the internet

Tara A. Devlin

Each week on “Kowabana: ‘True’ Japanese scary stories from around the internet,” horror author and translator Tara A. Devlin presents a selection of Japanese horror, creepypastas and urban legends translated from the deepest, darkest parts of the web. Creepy ghosts and vengeful onryo, cursed technology and haunted shrines. Discover horror like only Japan knows how to deliver. Brand new and exclusive stories translated each week. Find out more at

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Soheil Solhjoo

شبِ صد و دوازدهم

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آغازِ حکایتِ عزیز و عزیزه


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SUBTEXT Literature and Film Podcast

Wes Alwan and Erin O'Luanaigh

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Animal Farm, audiobook

Anna B

Animal Farm the classic satire by George Orwell is read by professional narrator and actress Anna Butterworth in an easy-to-listen-to style that brings all of the characters and their allegorical components to life. Listed as one of the best English novels of all time find out why this book has endured through the years.

Poirot Pod

Poirot Pod

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe by Agatha Christie

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The Wheel Weaves Podcast: A Wheel of Time Podcast

Dani and Brett

Ep. 719 - ACoS Ch. 31: Mashiara and Ch. 32: Sealed to the Flame

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OOTP 35 Revisit: Baby Fight Club

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文化土豆 Culture Potato



这周我们分享 NT Live 一步口碑很好的话剧「雷曼兄弟三部曲」,英文名字是 The Lehman Trilogy,虽说是三部曲,其实是一部三幕剧,每一幕一个钟头,讲述了南北战争前从德国移民美国的犹太人三兄弟和他们子孙后代在美国发展的故事,从一家小卖部经营到2008年金融危机前夕是华尔街如雷贯耳的投资银行,这部剧的三位主演分别是 Adam Godley, Simon Russel Beale 和 Ben Miles,导演 Sam Mendes,剧本是由 Ben Powers 从意大利作家 Stefano Massini 的同名诗歌小说改编。节目中提到的作品信息:The Lehman Trilogy, NTLive在线播放链接雷曼三部曲原文,Stefano Massin调戏话剧 Medea,文化土豆英剧 「空王冠」Hollow Crown,Ben Power 制片Patrick Stewart 版本的「李尔王」:King of Texas英剧「连带伤害」 Collateral,David Hare 编剧调戏话剧 Yerma,文化土豆话剧 Enron, Lucy Prebble电影「华尔街之狼」The Wolf of Wall Street,斯科塞斯电影 「洗钱风云」 Laudromat,Netflix电影 「美国往事」Once Upon a Time in America,Sergio Leone虚构 「美国牧歌」American Pastoral,飞利浦·罗斯编辑推荐非虚构:地中海与菲利普二世时代的地中海世界,费尔南·布罗代尔非虚构,远方之镜,芭芭拉·塔奇曼纪录片,「参与其中」The Offer, Paramount+ See for privacy and opt-out information.

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143- Ayfer Tunç

Yine zihin açıcı bir konuşma; çok düşünen, düşünmeye sevk eden bir konuk... Bu bölümde konuğum yazar Ayfer Tunç.35 yıldır öykü, roman, deneme ve senaryo yazan Ayfer Tunç ile onun yazınını oluşturan şartlardan başladık konuşmaya... Edebi metin ve senaryo yazımını, atmosfer yaratmayı, okuma ve soyutlamanın önemini, edebiyatta, yayıncılık ve toplumda kadın-erkek olmayı, dünyanın Türk yazardan beklentilerini ve daha pek çok konuyu masaya yatırdık. Hem Tunç'u daha fazla tanıyacağınız hem de çok şey öğrenebileceğiniz, güzel ipuçları ve sorgulamalarla dolu, leziz bir söyleşi sizleri bekliyor.

Friends of Shakespeare and Company read Ulysses by James Joyce

Shakespeare and Company

Pages 900 - 906 │ Penelope, part VIII │ Read by Bonnie Greer

Pages 900 - 906 │ Penelope, part VIII │ Read by Bonnie GreerBonnie Greer was born in Chicago’s west side. Although she initially pursued a career in law, she soon changed direction and began studying theatre, under the supervision of David Mamet, Elia Kazan and Steve Carter. In addition to award-winning stage, radio and screen plays, Bonnie Greer has written a number of novels and books, some of which focus on the lives of artists such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Marilyn Monroe, Ella Fitzgerald and Langston Hughes. Bonnie Greer has lived in the UK since 1986, but is a committed Franchophile and has spent a great deal of time in France, Paris and, indeed, at S&Co.Follow on Twitter:*Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: NOW FOR EARLY EPISODES AND BONUS FEATURESAll episodes of our Ulysses podcast are free and ava

Bridges & Books

Bridges & Books

Bridges & Books is one of the first teen literature podcasts hosted by teens and featuring interviews with YA authors.



المنعطف الشافعي مع مشاري الشثري | بودكاست تناص

كيف لباحث حنبلي من الرياض، أن يتخصص في المشروع العلمي للإمام الشافعي؟ كان هذا هو مدخلنا مع الباحث الأستاذ مشاري الشثري، والذي ناقشنا معه كتابه "عبقرية الإمام الشافعي".يرصد الكتاب ملامح العبقرية من خلال مكونات ثلاثة، ويبني نتائجه على استقصاء واسع لتراث الإمام، وكتب التراث المعنية بحياة الإمام الشافعي، وتأثيره على تاريخ الفقه.تناقش الحلقة تكوين الشافعي المختلف، والمنعطف الذي أحدثه في أصول النظر الفقهي، كما تتوقف عند كتاب الأم، هذه المدونة الغائبة عن القراءة والدراسة، وتختم الحلقة بالكلام عن ابن تيمية بوصفه مؤرخًا للفقه.  الحلقة 3 من بودكاست تناصّ من شركة نديم، ضيف الحلقة هو الأستاذ مشاري الشثري، يمكنك مشاهدة الحلقة عن طريق قناة نديم على اليوتيوب، أو سماعها عبر تطبيقات البودكاست المختلفة. الموسم الأول يأتيكم بدعم من مؤسسة عبدالله بن إبراهيم السبيعي الخيرية: يهمنا معرفة رأيك، واقتراحاتك بمراسلة مقدم البرنامج على بريده التالي يتضمن موقع نديم الالكتروني حوارات ثقافية، وت

Written By Women

Written By Women

Welcome to Written by Women with Megan and Mackenzie where we talk good books and deep thoughts! We are twin sisters in college who love falling into the made-up worlds we read about and can’t wait to discuss it all with you. Join us every Friday for new episodes and follow us on Instagram @writtenbywomenpod for posts on Mondays announcing the book of the week.

The Quantum Butterfly

The Quantum Butterfly

Sharing amazing books

The Silva Mind Control Method (Audiobook)

Saksham Khowala

Since THE SILVA MIND CONTROL METHOD was first published in hardcover, over one million people (including top celebrities) have graduated from Mind Control training to use their minds at a deeper and more effective level, even in their sleep! Based on the extraordinary 4-day course pioneered by José Silva, this life-transform ing book shows how people have learned to overcome tension, bad habits, emotional in security, and even illness with the techniques of Mind Control, and how, with "creative visualization," they have mastered the ability to "see what they desire ... then make it happen!

Naming The Animals

Stephen Roach

Naming The Animals podcast explores creativity as an essential part of God’s design for partnership with humanity. Each episode follows a chapter by chapter discussion of the book, Naming The Animals by Stephen Roach and Ned Bustard.

Write Where It Hurts

Eva Des Lauriers

Join Eva and Katryn as they laugh (and sometimes cry) about writing, publishing, and the courage it takes to live your story. Tune in for a safe space in which two writers frankly discuss the mental health issues that can come up when navigating everything from querying, to submission, to publishing for the first time. Katryn and Eva offer laughs and real-talk inspiration for writers at each stage of their journey. Join in the conversation with Write Where it Hurts and remember: it’s not just you!

The Chris Voss Show

Chris Voss

The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Wylie McGraw, Performance Accelerator & Leadership Strategist

Wylie McGraw, Performance Accelerator & Leadership Strategist

Last Library on the Left

Last Library on the Left

Two friends discussing Horror and why we need it in our lives. We talk about books, TV, and film as spaces to experience horror safely.

Stephen King Cast

Constant Reader

Episode 255-The Ending of From a Buick 8 and Billy Summers

What? I'm back? Where did I go? How have you been? I'm back this week to examine the ending of From A Buick 8 as well as give my (brief) thoughts on Billy Summers. Also, I say good-bye to our furry co-host. Thank you for all of the support throughout the years, everyone! Please write into and leave a review on iTunes. 

مثنوی خوانی | Masnavi Khani

Ali Erfanian

اين بار مولانا را نخوانيم، بلكه بفهميم مثنوي را بيت به بيت گوش كنيم و پيام مولانا با زبان ساده دريابيم گر شدی عطشان بحر معنوی فرجه‌ای کن در جزیره‌ی مثنوی حافظ خوانی در کست باکس: حمایت: خیریه محک: خیریه اشرف الانبیا تلگرام:


The Podglomerate

S5. Ep. 11: Daniel Sherrell reads excerpts from his book "Warmth"

Daniel Sherrell reads excerpts from his book "Warmth," backed by an original Storybound remix with sound design and arrangement by Jude Brewer.
Daniel Sherrell is a climate movement organizer who has led successful campaigns to phase out coal-fired power plants, divest millions of dollars from the fossil fuel industry, and pass a Green New Deal bill for New York State. He is currently the Campaign Director for the Climate Jobs National Resource Center, where he is working with the American labor movement to tackle the climate crisis, reverse income inequality, and win millions of unionized clean energy jobs. He is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship in creative writing and has been awarded residencies at the Mesa Refuge and J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice.
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Read or Dead

Book Riot

Locked Up Tight

Tune in as Katie and Nusrah talk about locked room mysteries and all that the sub-genre has to offer.
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A Death in the Family – Tessa Wegert
Under Lock & Skeleton Key – Gigi Pandian
Eighth Detective – Alex Pavesii
They All Fall Down – Rachel Howzell Hall

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Professional Book Nerds

Evergreen Podcasts

Interview with graphic novel writer Joe Sieracki

On today's podcast, Jill is joined by graphic novel writer Joe Sieracki who comes on to discuss his new graphic novel Ghosts of Science Past. He discusses the inspiration behind the story and scientists selected for the book, working with the artist to bring the story to life, and more.
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Gabriela Pereira

395: The Many Levels of Character and World Building in a Rom-com - Interview with Alana Quintana Albertson

Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Alana Quintana Albertson. Alana is a Latina bestselling romance author whose books have hit the top of several different charts. She has written thirty books and landed a three-book deal for the Latinx romantic comedy series, Love and Tacos. The first book in the series, Ramón and Julieta, has just been released and it has been optioned for television. Like Ramón from her book, Alana has an impressive educational pedigree, with a Masters of Education from Harvard and a Bachelor degree from Stanford. And, like Julieta, she’s a natural leader who is passionate about the things she loves. She’s the former President of Romance Writers of America’s Contemporary Romance, Young Adult, and Chick Lit chapters and she founded the non-profit dog rescue, Pugs N Roses.™ Today we’re talking about her latest book, Ramón and Julieta, which ha

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책 좋은 건 다 아는데.. 어디서부터 어떻게 시작해야 할지 막막한 이들을 위해 는 숙련된 독서가 유시민의 세심한 가이드로 민주주의 사회의 깨어있는 시민으로서 꼭 읽어야 할 도서들을 선별, 우리가 살면서 만나게 되는 현실의 문제들에 대해 깊게 생각해보고 자신의 견해를 세울 수 있는 책읽기를 지향하고자 한다.

Sibling Horror

The Fradd Siblings

The Days of the Falling Dead (or Seeds 2)

Six strange creatures are in need of one thing if they are to take dominion of Birdsville: physicality. Will Richard Price be able to help them?  Written by The Fradd Siblings Read by Soren Narnia of KnifePoint Horror Artwork by Joseph Daly

Pride and Prejudice

Ballarat National Theatre

Pride and Prejudice | 30. United at Last

Elizabeth has to explain herself to both Mr Bennet and Jane who think she is joking when she tells them her news, which sends shock waves through the local society. Love the podcast? Support us by purchasing some of our awesome merchandise on our RedBubble store.This episode features the voices of Olivia French as Elizabeth Bennet, Paul Roberts as Mr Bingley, Liana Skewes as Jane Bennet, James Ao as Mr Darcy, Amelia Pawsey as Kitty Bennet, Liz Hardiman as Mrs Bennet, Chris Hiscock as Mr Bennet, Daisy Kate Kennington as Lydia Bennet, And Tess Parker as Georgiana Darcy.This production is directed by Liana Skewes, narrated by Olivia French and prepared for production by Elizabeth Bradford, Olivia French, Liana Skewes and Marli van der Bijl.This podcast was produced by Ballarat National Theatre on the lands of our traditional custodians, the Wadawurrung people. Cast recordings were made in the lands of the Wadawurrung, Wurundjeri and Djad

Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach

Ann Kroeker

What’s a Writing Coach (and what kind do I need)?

Have you ever wondered what a writing coach is?

As you can imagine, I get asked this a lot. I mean, it is baked into my branding, and I love sharing insights I've gained over my years of coaching.

Let's start with the simplest, broadest definition of what a writing coach is and does:

A writing coach provides you with input and support designed to close the gap between where you are as a writer and where you want to be.

I coauthored the book On Being a Writer with Charity Singleton Craig (2014), and our editor used similar language on the back cover copy of the book and in marketing materials:

Let this book act as your personal coach, to explore the writing life you already have and the writing life you wish for, and close the gap between the two.1

That phrasing captures the foundational pur

Tres Cuentos Literary Podcast

Carolina Quiroga-Stultz

52 - The woman who came back to life - Emilia Pardo Bazán - Spain - Special Feminist

The Spanish Emilia Pardo Bazán tells us the story of a woman allegedly dead, who awakes and eagerly returns home. But her family reacts contrary to what she expected. In the comments we talk about the possibility of someone returning from the dead, the latest news of the program and we close with the biography of today's author.

Poem Talk

Poetry Foundation

Teach Us Love: A discussion of “Language” and “The Anatomy of Monotony” by Eugene Ostachevsky

Hosted by Al Filreis and featuring Matvei Yankelevich, Ahmad Almallah, and Kevin Platt.

The Bleeders

Courtney Kocak

The Bleeders is a podcast (and support group!) about book writing and publishing. Transparent conversations with authors, agents, and people in the publishing industry about how to write and sell books. The title is a nod to the famous Hemingway quote: “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” The first season starts Thursday, June 9th... and make sure to sign up for The Bleeders companion Substack!

The Restricted Section

Movie Night Crew Network

For those who loved Harry Potter as a kid and still do as an adult but it’s complicated now. Always looking for more perspective on the most popular book series of all time, because with great power comes great responsibility.

Books & Nachos

Venganza Media Inc.

On Books and Nachos you will find people just like yourself letting you know what to buy and what to skip on your next visit to the bookstore. From sci-fi to horror to nonfiction, Books and Nachos covers it all with a modern pop-culture asthetic other book reviewers lack.

The Bibliovert Podcast

Join the Biblioverts as they rant and laugh their way through reviewing popular books on the Bibliovert Podcast.

Interview with Danielle L. Jensen

This week Alli and Jacklyn had the incredible honor of sitting down with one of our favorite authors, Danielle L. Jensen. We gushed about Bridge Kingdom, got incredible advice about writing, and got some sneak peaks into her future works!

books mentioned:
-The Bridge Kingdom by Danielle L. Jensen
-The Inadequate Heir by Danielle L. Jensen
-The Calm Before the Storm by Danielle L. Jensen
-A Fate Inked in Blood by Danielle L. Jensen
-The Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen
-The Dark Shores by Danielle L. Jensen
-Pesitlence by Laura Thalassa
-The War of Two Queens by Jennifer L. Armentrout
-The Shadow of the gods by John Gwynne
-The High Mountain Court by AK Mulliford

Book Gang

Amy Allen Clark

Episode 29: Funny Books With Fables Books

If you need some fun in your life, this podcast on the funniest books is for you. Kristin from Fables and I agree that we don’t gravitate toward lighthearted books so it is always a fun surprise when books like these bring us unexpected joy.Expand your book stack beyond the funny classics like Tina Fey, Mindy Kaling, Bill Bryson,  and Trevor Noah. This humorous book stack offers some under-the-radar books that hit all the right funny notes.Whether you are looking for short stories, science fiction, a collection of essays, middle-aged hilarity,  or coming-of-age YA humor- we have you covered.We want to remind our listeners that Fables is our partnered bookshop and all of the links do go directly to their store. Remember, this shop also offers a used book collection. Please support our indie book shop. Mentioned in this episode:This Will Be Funny Later by Jenny PentlandFables Books Reading Challenge 2022Book Gang Podcast: How The Story

Novel Marketing

Thomas Umstattd Jr.

7 Business Mistakes That Ruin Author Careers

There is one moment in the movie The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe where a rhinoceros charges at the White Witch during the climactic battle. Before the rhinoceros can get to the Witch, a little gremlin cuts off the charging rhino at the ankles, causing it to crash uselessly to the ground.  Often when […]
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Alt Shift X Podcast

Alt Shift X

#7: Dune Q&A

Talking about Dune!Focusing on the 2021 Dune movie and the first half of Book 1. No big spoilers for the later books, except for some lore details and broad thematic stuff.Watch on YouTube for the visuals: real Dune video: chat with Quinn's Ideas: a free audiobook with an Audible Premium Plus trial: Podcast YouTube: was originally livestreamed on the main Alt Shift X YouTube channel: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

It’s Lit! [Unabridged]


Comics, Graphic Novels, and Manga with V.E. Schwab

Speaking about how comics and other visual/text mediums like comics have allowed people to see themselves in stories. Also, how it can be a useful tool for people who have a harder time reading traditional books.

Writer V.E. Schwab joins the podcast to talk with Princess about the impact of graphic novels and other illustrated texts.

Unabridged is made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Democracy demands wisdom.

Books of Titans Podcast

Erik Rostad

Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton by Edward Rice

In this episode, Erik Rostad discusses book 17 from his 2022 Reading List – Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton: The Secret Agent Who Made the Pilgrimage to Mecca, Discovered the Kama Sutra, and Brought The Arabian Nights to the West by Edward Rice. Show Notes Sir Richard Burton Author: Edward Rice Edward Rice’s book about Thomas Merton –...
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The Editing Podcast

Louise Harnby (fiction editor) and Denise Cowle (non-fiction editor)

Join two pro editors, Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle, on The Editing Podcast for regular tips, tools and guidance on writing and editing.

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Books in the Freezer - A Horror Fiction Podcast

Stephanie Gagnon

Book Chat: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn with Laura


My friend Laura once again joined me to talk about one of our favorite novels, Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl. We talk about the book as well as David Fincher's 2014 film adaptation. How Ben Affleck is the perfect Nick Dunne, Why the Cool Girl Monologue is so resonant and more.