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Welcome to Novel Pairings, a podcast dedicated to making the classics readable, relevant, and fun. As two nerdy bookworms, we appreciate the role of classic lit, but we but we won’t get too academic about it. We’ll talk about the books we love and the books we loath, and help stock your TBR pile with old and new reads for every literary taste.
 
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Novel Not New

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Novel Not New

Jen Unkle, Six Dettmar, and Olivia Joseph

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Novel Not New is a visual novel game club with a queer focus and a casual bent. Every month, join Jen Unkle, Six Dettmar, and Olivia Joseph for a critical and fun conversation about a new visual novel game. Our favorites will be dated, murders will be solved, lives will be lived, and all bad ends will be expunged from memory as we read our way through this most literary of video game genres. Novel is right in the name!
 
How To Win NaNo is a no-nonsense guide to writing a novel in 30 days. November ticks closer every day, but don't worry — your hosts are here for you! Kristina Horner and Liz Leo are NaNoWriMo experts (and lifelong writing friends) with a passion for helping people tackle National Novel Writing Month. Join them each week as they share their personal tips, tricks and other things they've learned over a decade of consecutive NaNoWriMo wins.
 
Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. How do you write a book? Start here. You'll gain tips to get in the chair, tricks to stay there, and inspiration to get your own words flowing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Novel Queers is a bi-weekly queer novel read-along meets book club podcast. Think of us as your two queer, excitable friends who want to tell you all about that book we just read. First, we'll give you our book report. Then, we'll take you to book club for a deep dive. Each episode will cover a short story or chapters in a novel. This is not a spoiler-free podcast! Find us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram as The Novel Queers. Drop us a line at thenovelqueers@gmail.com
 
Novel-Tea from the North Scituate Library is our place to talk about books, new and old, and share the hottest library gossip. Every month, Katherine will tell you about a great or terrible new book, review a brand new cook book, and spill some tea. (Or at least, sip some tea. It’s been pretty quiet lately.) Miss Alyce will also drop in for a Youth Services Segment. The show releases on the third Saturday of every month, and is available wherever you get your podcasts.
 
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Great American Novel

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Great American Novel

Scott Yarbrough and Kirk Curnutt

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Few literary terms are more hotly debated, discounted, or derided than the "Great American Novel." But while critics routinely dismiss the phrase as at best hype and as at worst exclusionary, the belief that a national literature commensurate with both the scope and the contradictions of being American persists. In this podcast Scott Yarbrough and Kirk Curnutt examine totemic works such as Herman Melville's Moby-Dick and Toni Morrison's Beloved that have been labeled GANs, exploring their th ...
 
Face it. We all want to write novels. “Write A Novel” is the podcast you need to make that goal a reality. It doesn't matter if you don't know what to write about or how to tell a story. I'm here to walk you through the process as many times as you need to make your dreams of being an author come true. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/writeanovel/support
 
16-year old Ham Radio Operator Sam Alexander discovers the first radio transmission from an extraterrestrial civilization and starts an uncontrollable series of global events. Competition to claim the discovery and steal recognition from Sam is intense. Through his wit and intelligence, Sam greets the aliens as they arrive on Planet Earth. The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence and alien contact from deep space begins with this, Book One, in “The SETI Trilogy.” Written and Read by Auth ...
 
Throwback Paperback is a book club podcast on the Nerd Party network hosted by best friends Asia Bonilla and Charles Scheland. Asia and Charles share young adult books with each other that one of them read, but the other never got to, and they see how these young adult staples appear when read or re-read as adults. Every week, they assign which book and chapters they will be covering the following week and they start with a brief summary if you can’t read along. Then they dive into the plot, ...
 
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The Bookmark

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The Bookmark

Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library in Topeka, Kansas

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Learn what to read next! We talk about new books, bestsellers and books in many different genres. Discover what other people are reading and recommending. All book and movie titles mentioned in the podcast are listed in the blog post at http://tscpl.org/podcast/
 
Welcome to Romance at a Glance, a podcast that uses romance novels to dive into candid conversations about life, relationship dynamics, and sexual desires. As hosts Bridget and Shani review books and interview some of romance’s biggest authors, they explore the breadth of the genre, openly embracing the sex, diverse couplings, and taboo in order to create a safe space for listeners to be exposed to different lifestyles, fantasies, and to pique their naughty curiosity. Expect 100% honest revi ...
 
The Trouble with Transformation is a serialised novel for ages 10 and up. Eleven years after his disappearance, Ginger Jones's Dad re-enters her life... via a note. His instructions are clear: Find the blueprints for his matter transformation machine and return them. But Ginger has moved on, and it hasn't been easy. If she's going to risk the new life she's made for herself, then her Dad will have to do things her way.
 
Evaludate is a podcast about examining straight dating sims from a gay perspective. Co--hosted by Air (https://twitter.com/dragonomatopoei) and Madelyn (https://twitter.com/daingertmadelyn). Follow Us: https://twitter.com/evaludatepod
 
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Comic Lab

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Comic Lab

Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett

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Welcome to ComicLab: The podcast about making comics, and making a living from comics! It's half shop-talk, half how-to, and half friendship. WE SQUEEZED IN THREE HALVES. It's tips and tricks and all the joys of cartooning as a pro. So pull up your drawing chair, put on some headphones, and join us while you draw! And if you like what you hear, join our community at patreon.com/comiclab (For sponsorship inquiries: comiclabpodcast@gmail.com)
 
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Romancing the Shelf

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Romancing the Shelf

Emily Alexander and Heidi Rehwaldt

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Heidi and Emily are best friends who have been reading Nora Roberts’ books for over twenty years. If you are a fan of action, suspense, and thrillers all wrapped up in a glorious romance then join in as they discuss all of Nora Roberts’ romance novels. Be ready to laugh, sigh, and cringe as hundreds of book characters find their happy endings.
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
The Plastic Age (1924) is a novel by Percy Marks, which tells the story of co-eds at a fictional college called Sanford. With contents that covered or implied hazing, partying, and "petting", the book sold well enough to be the second best-selling novel of 1924. The following year, it was adapted into a film of the same name, starring Clara Bow. (Introduction from Wikipedia)
 
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First of all, YOU DID IT. Another NaNoWriMo has come and gone and whether you wrote 50,000 words or not, you've now got another draft to add to the pile of "now what" novels. These tend to stack up if you've being writing for awhile, and that's okay! In this episode, hosts Kristina and Liz discuss some options for how to next the next step on your …
 
Welcome to Christina's episode! After the interview was done, I texted Christina multiple thumbs up because of how well she did. She replied that she thought people would hate her because of what she said. I replied, ‘Nah’, but you know what? Some people may hate her because of what she said, but so what? Everyone, and I mean everyone, deserves to …
 
We’re joined this week by author Piper Rayne, who is two authors! Elizabeth Grace (Piper) and Michelle Lynn (Rayne) have written dozens of wildly tropey, wonderfully romantic contemporary romances together. They join us for a few minutes at the start of the episode to talk about how they came to romance and how they write together, and then leave u…
 
On this week's minisode, we swoon about Yellowstone (no spoilers!), talk more about our frustrations with Rom-Coms, and reveal our next book! Here's the clip Erin was talking about: Average Joe - Fabio Clip Join Patreon now to get our Patreon Exclusive Blue & Red Logo Sticker: https://www.patreon.com/learningthetropes Please Rate, Review and Follow…
 
Things on the pod start to unravel much like the plot of the books. Charles continues to be quite confused, but he luckily has Asia there to guide him through it. We watch more stress on Tris and Tobias. Both are at fault, and neither seems to win our overall sympathy. Once again we end on a cliffhanger that your co-hosts have intense feelings abou…
 
We are in the process of replacing the dirt and rocks in our backyard with grass for the children to play in. At first, things went well using the shovel but then when we got to the final rocks, the shovel just did not work well. Then we tried a rake, and boom! Suddenly we could rake all of the gravel into a pile just right for shoveling. If you fe…
 
The Great American Novel podcast is an ongoing discussion about the novels we hold up as significant achievements in our American literary culture. Additionally, we sometimes suggest novels who should break into the sometimes problematical canon and at other times we’ll suggest books which can be dropped from such lofty consideration. Your hosts ar…
 
We love revisiting our favorite books for episodes of Novel Pairings, but there’s also something truly special about finding a new-to-us classic that becomes a forever favorite. There is Confusion by Jessie Redmon Fauset was a book neither of us had read or even knew much about before deciding to cover it on the podcast. What we found was a beautif…
 
Novel-Tea is produced by the North Scituate Library and hosted and edited by Katherine Stapp. Transcript This Month's Topics Novel: Jarvis Street by Amanda McCormack Kid's Corner: Josie Dances by Denise Lejimodiere If you'd like to recommend the library buy Jarvis Street or anything you want to read, click here. Music Credits Our theme music is "Ch…
 
16-year old Ham Radio Operator Sam Alexander discovers the first radio transmission from an extraterrestrial civilization and starts an uncontrollable series of events. Competition to claim the discovery and steal recognition from Sam is intense. Through his wit and intelligence, Sam greets the aliens as they arrive on Planet Earth. The Search for …
 
In this episode, I continue my discussion from season 1 episode 10 about tricking readers into thinking we know what the heck we're talking about. Magicians can't actually make their assistants disappear, and authors can't actually be experts about every single topic we include in our novels. The key is to gain the trust of our audience, and by ana…
 
What happens when you make a career out of pretending something exists, and then just as you're about to quit you find out it really does? Apparently you get real close to a gayst (a gay ghost), or least that's Madison's reaction in Heart of the Woods, a fantasy yuri VN. There are some definite things to like here, but we end up more middling on it…
 
How do you harness the depth and complexity of your story material? And orchestrate all those story threads so that they intensify your plot? By creating subplots. Learn two ways subplots work, plus three places your subplots may already be hiding out in your WIP waiting to be developed. NanciPanuccio.com/68 Links mentioned: FREE Character Question…
 
Harriett Gilbert talks to the multi-award-winning Trinidadian-British author Monique Roffey about her enchanting novel The Mermaid of Black Conch, which won the 2020 Costa Book of the Year. Roffey spins the mesmerising tale of a cursed mermaid and the lonely fisherman who falls in love with her.When American bounty-hunters capture Aycayia from the …
 
On the final day of our tribute to Stephen Sondheim, we'll hear from people who worked with him, including James Lapine, who wrote the books for three Sondheim musicals: 'Sunday in the Park with George,' 'Into the Woods' and 'Passion'; music director Paul Gemignani, and Stephen Colbert and Lin-Manuel Miranda who each performed in Sondheim musicals.…
 
Cassie Roma is a powerhouse in the boardroom, in front of a camera, and speaking in front of local & global audiences on business & personal topics that impassion her.Passionate about creative content, social media strategy, the influencer economy, and storytelling across mediums both emerging and traditional, Cassie has literally lived & breathed …
 
Stephen Sondheim fans, like Terry Gross, always wonder: How did he write those brilliant lyrics? His 2010 book, Finishing the Hat, provided a lot of answers. It collected his lyrics from 1954 to 1981, telling the stories behind the songs. In the second part of our remembrance, we're revisiting a 2010 interview with the Broadway legend in which he g…
 
Short stories are a wonderful way to practice all kinds of writing techniques. Writers can use short stories to explore ideas, work on weaknesses, and try new techniques. You’ll also find that most awards are given based on short story competitions. That doesn’t mean that short stories are easier. They are still a challenge in their own way. Writer…
 
Empty Pages The personal podcast for Ian MacTire, writer / podcaster / werewolf. This podcast follows my journey from first draft to published novel and beyond. In this episode, I talk about the course I took titled "Writing Effective Horror", offered by AutoCrit. (Non-Sponsored Review) The transcript for this episode can be found on my website at …
 
It's Wild West Wednesday! As the podcast is on hiatus for the holidays, we are featuring a repeat performance of our Six-Gun Justice Conversation segment in which Paul talks with Preston Lewis, Spur winning author of the H.H. Lomax series and many other westerns... Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=kRf2_NuEPxu37b9-4FZKmX0UAJ4ZdK…
 
There's a lot of writing advice floating around. But most of it shackles writers more than it helps, and sometimes leads to paint-by-number stories. In this episode, learn common traps when it comes to plot, action, backstory, show, don't tell, and point of view. You'll turn around misconceptions and learn what to do instead. Episode Website…
 
Finally, the city of Dover NH gets the recognition it deserves, the boom of independent comics. Plus, another publisher leaves Diamond for Lunar and a mix up in the cut of Birds of Prey on HBO Max. What we read last week, what we’re looking forward to this week, Todd & Joe Have Issues gives us the sexiest issue of Jonah Hex to date and in the Spide…
 
Hall's new Netflix film centers on two light-skinned Black women — one of whom passes for white. The story is a personal one for Hall: Her grandfather and mother were Black and passed as white. Hall talks about her own family history, the burden of secrets, and her experience directing. Also, Lloyd Schwartz reviews the new Criterion release of a do…
 
On this episode of Lower Your Volume the gals discuss Nicole's wisdom teeth surgery, Thanksgiving meals, Big Mouth, Pirates of the Caribbean and so much more. They also talk about the third and most recent book in the A League of Extraordinary Women series, Portrait of a Scotsman by Evie Dunmore! Books Covered On This Episode: Portrait of a Scotsma…
 
Jean Meltzer was such a blast to speak to about her debut novel The Matzah Ball! We covered writing with chronic illness, and having an MC with chronic illness. Loving Christmas as a Jewish woman, why she chose to have the romance be closed-door, how she met her husband (so cute!), and why everyone deserves a happily ever after. Happy Hanukkah to a…
 
Investigative reporter Peter Robison chronicles the tragic story of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in his new book, 'Flying Blind.' He says Boeing failed to warn pilots that new software in the plane could cause its nose to repeatedly pitch down, a malfunction that led to two deadly crashes in the space of five months. Robison says the 737 MAX disaste…
 
There is no faster way to convey a sense of uncertainty than including hedging and crippling language in your writing. Words have power, meaning, and convey more than just the definitions. Choosing to write in certain ways will weaken what your saying, thus weakening your message. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to identify those words as the au…
 
While on a short hiatus for the holidays, today we are featuring a repeat performance of our Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen in which co-host Paul Bishop discusses everything you need to know about True Grit—the novel and the movies—in under fifteen minutes... Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=kRf2_NuEPxu37b9-4FZKmX0UAJ4ZdKVRhAgUrm…
 
It's inspirational Thanksgiving romance time!!! This year we've got a virginal nurse and an amnesiac maybe criminal. And a mystery. And a PROWLER. Need we say more? Bonus Content: Amazing book cover photoshop, is it following your intuition or is it stalking?, how to make a hotel room more "homey," *Bing Boong Bong* Crime Times and Undercover Ops w…
 
Space is Flexible •It’s “Old Wound” Friday! •Rule #1 of Challengers was in FULL EFFECT lately. •It’s a MASSIVE week for both Marvel and DC and both of those deliveries arrived today. •Decorating for Christmas. •Reporting the full number of packing/shipping damages from PRH just isn’t worth it. •How we can keep the same amount of graphic novel shelf…
 
Language can be fun. It’s not always the dry, boring material you learned in school. Those are important for fundamentals, but when you learn to play with language, you reveal new potential in writing. Because english is a strange combination of several different language, there are lots of opportunities for wordplay. Just look at Shakespeare’s wri…
 
Grohl talks about his journey from playing small punk clubs to giant stadiums in his new memoir, 'The Storyteller.' He reflects on how he taught himself drums, his friendship with Kurt Cobain, and reinventing himself after Cobain's death with Foo Fighters. Also, Justin Chang reviews the new Jane Campion movie 'The Power of the Dog.' And Smith speak…
 
With Thanksgiving, the season of cooking, eating, and getting together has begun. Tucci has published two cookbooks and hosted a CNN series about regional cuisine in Italy. Now he has a new memoir, 'Taste,' about his experiences with good food and cooking. Also, the one and only Julia Child, recorded in 2009. Finally, Justin Chang reviews the new P…
 
In this mini-episode sponsored by her amazing patrons, Rachael talks about dealing with the shiny writing projects that pop up just when they’re least needed, as well as how to decide between infinite writing possibilities, how to create resonance in the reader, dealing with overwriting tendencies. Also, how much research is enough? Want to have Ra…
 
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