The H.P Lovecraft Literary Podcast
A monthly conversation about books and ideas on NTS Radio hosted by friends Carrie Plitt, a literary agent, and Octavia Bright, a writer and academic. Each show features an author interview, book recommendations, lively discussion and a little music too, all built around a related theme - anything from the novella to race to masculinity. Listen live on NTS Radio www.nts.live
Writers talk about reading. Hosted by Tod Goldberg, Julia Pistell, and Rider Strong. https://www.literarydisco.com
Literary Anything, our Marion Libraries podcast where we talk about anything literary and literary anything.
Interviews with Scholars of Literature about their New Books
I archive the African and Black literary scene.
A collection of stories about writers, past and present, in London - and anecdotes of those who live and work in the Arts including episodes of writer and producer Nick Hennegan's weekly radio show, 'Literary London' on Resonance 104.4FM, London's Arts Radio station.
A podcast exploring all aspects of a life cultivated by books and stories.
If you like curling up in front of a roaring fire with nice leather-bound 1st edition podcast, then join us on Literary Loitering as we explore the stranger side of culture and the arts, talk about books, find new ways to use old insults, and sometimes even have the odd quiz!
Brandon Budda and Glenn McDorman travel through the works of the great speculative-fiction writer Gene Wolfe one story at a time.
The Literary CatCast is dedicated to the preservation of vintage books and writings with cats as main characters, bringing their awareness into the modern form of a podcast.
Damian Barr's Literary Salon tempts the world's best writers to read exclusively from their latest greatest works and share their own personal stories. Star guests have included Bret Easton Ellis, Jojo Moyes, John Waters, Helen Fielding, Diana Athill and Louis de Bernières - all in front of a live audience at leading glamourous locations. Suave salonnière Damian Barr is your host. Don't worry it's not a book club - there's no homework. Salon Selective! Produced by Russell Finch.
A show from the West End of London, England about pubs, writers, attractions, theatre and a bohemian lifestyle. Includes 52 Things To Do In London.
The literary diva of Diva's House is a writer/author and talk radio host. Our show will bring you all the literary news that's happening in our literary world and more. Whether serious, fun or indepth interviews we will have the news each week to keep authors,writers and literary heads informed. We will also from time to time bring you informative topics that we face in society. Check the show page for the latest dates and times for upcoming shows. As always keep it locked to Diva's House fo ...
Two queer WWU grads approach pop media with an academic eye, and dispel the myth of the guilty pleasure.
Mitchell Kaplan has been a bookseller and has owned the independent bookstores Books & Books for over 35 years. He is also co-founder of the acclaimed Miami Book Fair. If you love books, writers or are a passionate reader, this podcast is for you. Enter The Literary Life where every Friday you’ll hear candid conversations with Mitchell and his guests.
Beyond the Book is presented by Literary Affairs a literary lifestyle company that has been promoting great literature and fostering a community of book lovers for two decades. Beyond the Book offers book club style salons with best-selling and literary debut authors, literary talks on classic novels, professionally facilitated book groups, panel discussions and cultural conversations related to current books. Each audio or video episode is curated by Literary Affairs founder and leader Juli ...
A literary podcast from Gertrude Press. Interviews, news and more.
Dream Tower Media's critically acclaimed monthly podcast featuring fascinating and fun conversations with authors and artists of fantasy, magic realism and science fiction, plus amusing skits, quips, and sound effects. In addition, approximately twice a year, fully produced audio adventures of fantastic stories are presented. Hosted by Robert Zoltan and his sidekick Edgar the Raven in the Dream Tower.
An exciting new podcast by Marc Eliot Stein of Literary Kicks. Why is opera relevant today? This sometimes-lost art form hides a fascinating, vibrant world. In our first episode, we discuss whether Verdi's Otello is better than Shakespeare's Othello, whether Othello had PTSD, and what it means that Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro is an Italian opera by a German Austrian and a Venetian Jew based on a French play that takes place in Spain. Welcome to the first episode of Lost Music: Exploring Lite ...
Offbeat ideas and stories.
Literary Hangover is a podcast, released twice on Saturdays each month, in which Matt Lech and his friends chat about fiction and the historical, social, and political forces behind the creation of it and represented by it.
Literary Theory - Audio
Literary Treks is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek in written form. Each week hosts Matthew Rushing and C Bryan Jones explore Star Trek books and comics and chat with authors.
Each month the Literary Roadhouse hosts deeply read and discuss a literary novel.
This is a companion podcast to my other one, "LittleBibliophile." In that podcast, I read my favorite short stories; in "LiteraryMe," I read my favorite poems. You can find both podcasts on iTunes. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Twitter @LiteraryMe!
Like Literally Literary is a weekly podcast about books hosted by Alexa Pereira.
Dr Jacqui creates a unique and multi faceted approach to birth decisions. Listen and learn what shapes our thinking about birth in the twenty first century.
fine art, critical culture
Welcome to Anomaly Literary Journal's podcast. We do one podcast for each issue and some random chats when we find the time!
A discussion on 2 works of satire for our AP Lang class by Lucienne Karszen, Shayna Maleson, and Noah Patrick
This podcast is a small experiment where I scruitinize popular music and conventions such as fashion, internet memes and anything else the greater population might consider being 'lit'.
en clair is a podcast about forensic linguistics, literary detection, language mysteries, cryptography, codes, language and the law, linguistic crime, undeciphered languages, and more, from past to present. Credits, links, podcast transcripts and more in the Case Notes: wp.lancs.ac.uk/enclair
We are dedicated to literary news and author interviews.Tiah Short, Founder and Executive ProducerMartin Pratt, Co-Producer
Sage Ridge Midwife Literary Podcast
Short sketches relating the humourous side of life in 1910. "Professor Leacock has made more people laugh with the written word than any other living author. One may say he is one of the greatest jesters, the greatest humorist of the age." – A. P. Herbert (Summary by TriciaG and Wikipedia)
Presenting the best Indian Literary Classics by legendary authors in a short story format
A collection of short stories written by the author of other literary greats such as The Railway Children, Five Children and It and The Phoenix and the Carpet. Many of her books have been made into television series or films. She wrote for both adults and children and also wrote non-fiction and poetry. (Summary by Michele Eaton)
We work at the heart of books and technology to help developers, start-ups, publishers and literary organisations deliver projects successfully.
A collection of wry looks at literature, education, and other social phenomena by Canadian humourist and economics professor, Stephen Leacock. (Summary by TriciaG)
This is Mark Twain's vicious and amusing review of Fenimore Cooper's literary art. It is still read widely in academic circles. Twain's essay, Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offenses (often spelled "Offences") (1895), particularly criticized The Deerslayer and The Pathfinder. Twain wrote at the beginning of the essay: 'In one place in Deerslayer, and in the restricted space of two-thirds of a page, Cooper has scored 114 offenses against literary art out of a possible 115. It breaks the record.' ...
The Timeline of Classics Podcast: Classic Literature | World History | Classical Education | Literary Analysis
Training classical educators & teaching parents in literary studies
This week’s podcast, repurposed from the Thursday, November 12 livestream, features Maaza Mengiste and Antje Rávik Strubel. The podcast is a production by James Murua Literary in cooperation with Frankfurter Buchmesse with financial support from the German Federal Foreign Office. This is the second part of the podcast. Enjoy…
February 1968 Episodes 419 - 439 Angelique tricks Josette up on Widow’s Hill. Josette jumps to her death. Victoria is convicted of witchcraft. Opening Credits; Introduction (1.07); Out of the Shadows (11.51); Into The Shadows (26.58); Shedding Some Light (38.35); Character Breaks (1:38.52); Morning Has Broken (1:48.15); Tune In Next Time (2:03.33…
Ithamar Theodor's The Bhagavad-Gītā: A Critical Introduction (Routledge, 2020) is a systematic and comprehensive introduction to one of the most read texts in South Asia. The Bhagavad-gītā is at its core a religious text, a philosophical treatise and a literary work, which has occupied an authoritative position within Hinduism for the last millenni…
Does the written word really have the power to change things? How do you make a good argument in writing? Does the form of the essay lend itself particularly well to politics? Join us as we talk to the writer Otegha Uwagba about her brilliant essay Whites, a clear sighted, powerful comment on race in our society which examines her feelings in the w…
This week on The Literary Life podcast, our hosts Angelina Stanford, Cindy Rollins and Thomas Banks continue their series on George MacDonald’s Phantastes, covering chapters 10-14. Angelina and Thomas open the book chat talking about disorientation and how MacDonald is using the mirror images to help us enter into Anados’ feelings. Some of the topi…
For his Resonance 104.4FM radio show, Nick Hennegan talks via Zoom to American writer, Eric Chase about Edgar Allan Poe.
For his Resonance 104.4FM radio show, Nick Hennegan talks via Zoom to American writer, Eric Chase about Edgar Allan Poe.
Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 11am/EST (New York City time) - Join books author, Andrew Mann, on Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio. Andrew Mann is the author of the book "Such Unfortunates". The book explores the impact that child abuse has on the brain and on later developing addictions. During the one-hour feature radio interview, books writer, And…
Douglas Stuart has just won The 2020 Booker Prize for his incredible debut novel 'Shuggie Bain', so to celebrate we're releasing the never-published-before Literary Salon we held with Douglas in June! In a special private event Douglas joined us online all the way from New York, along with viewers from around the world, and treated us to the very f…
Today we embrace the melodrama, the secret, the amnesia, the surprise relative, the multiple personality disorder, the rape, the recasting, the coming back from the dead, the love, the murder, and the marriages (!), as we talk about all things soap opera with special guests Natalie Zea and Travis Schuldt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
The cultural anarchists venture forth across pandemic-riddled wastelands in their quest to find something good to read, and along the way they find strange tidings that include tales of someone doing something nice on Twitter, Logjam Day, re-issuing books under their author’s original pen-names, stage performances on Zoom, lectures from bubble-blow…
Robert Zoltan and Edgar the Raven welcome Ryan Harvey, author of Turn Over the Moon, to discuss the mysterious origins of science fantasy. Plus, Edgar decides to run his own fundraising campaign!
This week on The Literary Life, Mitchell Kaplantalks with Carlos Lozada about his new book, What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era. They discuss what led to writing the book, the current election results, and what is going to happen next in America. Carlos Lozada is the nonfiction book critic of The Washington Post and…
American politics has captured the world like no other time in our nations history. We've seen how the last four years has created turmoil and craziness in our nation. We've seen how Trump has taken what President Obama accomplished and stomped on it. We've seen his erractic behavoir and his disgusting antics toward people of color, to calling many…
In space, no one can hear you scream. Support the show and help us reach our goal of releasing episodes every single week by becoming a patron on Patreon. Rate and review the show to help us reach more readers and listeners. Not enough weird fiction in your life? Join us on Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast. Love Star Trek? Come find us on the Lo…
A Beyond the Book interview with the always charming Margot Livesey recorded at an online Books & Bathrobes event. Margot discussed her novel The Boy in the Field in an in depth book club style conversation with Julie Robinson. Margot gave a lot of insight into her characters, her writing process, and her luminous body of work.…
Episode 522 – Sredni Vashtar & Tobermory Listen on Patreon We’re kicking off a whole month of delicious Saki and we’re starting with the hits – it’s Sredni Vashtar & Tobermory! Special thanks to reader Dylan Hoover, a node in the Tulpa Hivemind! Next up: Gabriel-Ernest and The Music on the HillChris Lackey による
The Paradise of Cats, written in 1864, by Emile Zola is the story of a fat, comfortable cat who longs to leave his luxurious life, and run wild on Paris rooftops. Told in the cat's own words, the cat soon discovers that life on the street is not as free and beautiful as expected.Phebe Phillips による
Jayne and Paula aren't really seeing eye to eye on this month's Booker Prize short listed book, Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi. Paula's keen to share what else she's read and Jayne gives the low down on some of the many, many exciting books that are due out this month!Books they mention:Burnt Sugar by Avni DoshiAmerican Dirt by Jeanine CumminsFoe by Iai…