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Best Biblio podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Biblio podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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THE BIBLIO FILE is one of the world's leading podcasts about "the book" and an inquiry into the wider world of book culture. Hosted by Nigel Beale it features wide ranging conversations with authors, poets, book publishers, booksellers, book editors, book collectors, book makers, book scholars, book critics, book designers, book publicists, literary agents and other certified bibliophiles.
 
Azure Lorica is excited to bring quality performances and entertainment to the new generation of the radio revival.Our channel is one of our opportunities to keep the traditions of theatre alive in our technology based world. We believe in the importance community (online and off) to keep the arts alive, and welcome the mixture of old and new methods.To learn more about our projects, please visit:www.driftplume.comDriftplume is the multi media performing arts ensemble of Azure Lorica Foundat ...
 
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Jessie Amaolo is a librarian at the Toronto Public Library responsible for their world-class Arthur Conan Doyle collection. Not surprisingly, much of the collection is devoted to Doyle's most famous character, Sherlock Holmes. But Conan Doyle wrote much more than just the Sherlock Holmes stories. He also wrote extensively on spiritualism, true crim…
 
George Andreou was appointed director of the Harvard University Press (HUP) in September, 2017, replacing William P. Sisler, who had been in the position for some 27 years. Born in New York, Andreou spent much of his early childhood in Greece. He graduated from Harvard College in 1987 with a degree in English literature and languages. Prior to comi…
 
Episode Ninety Eight Show Notes KEY: CW = Chris Wolak and EF = Emily Fine – Lucky 13th Readalong discussion– Go, Went, Gone – Jenny Erpenbeck (translated by Susan Bernofsky) The Goodreads discussion thread can be found HERE Our conversation about the book will air on May 26th – Currently Reading –One Moonlit Night – Caradog Prichard (translated by …
 
David Emblidge spent his childhood in Buffalo, New York and "on the sunny beaches of Ontario’s Lake Erie." After university he worked at the Associated Press as a reporter covering everything from the "disappearance of rural doctors to hog futures, and one murder." Before entering the publishing trade as a second career he spent ten rewarding years…
 
– Lucky 13th Readalong – Go, Went, Gone – Jenny Erpenbeck (translated by Susan Bernofsky) The Goodreads discussion thread can be found HERE Our conversation about the book will air on May 26th – Currently Reading –The Odyssey – Homer (translated by Emily Wilson) (CW) the audio version by Clare Danes can be found here This Town Sleeps – Dennis E. St…
 
Episode Ninety Six Show Notes KEY: CW = Chris Wolak and EF = Emily Fine – Currently Reading –The End of Your Life Book Club – Will Schwalbe (CW) From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home – Tembi Locke (EF) The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires: A Novel – Grady Hendrix (CW) release date April 7, 2020 A Good Marriage: A No…
 
Episode Ninety Five Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine – Currently Reading –Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed – Lori Gottlieb (CW) Northernmost – Peter Geye (EF) release date April 14, 2020Winterlust: Finding Beauty in the Fiercest Season – Bernd Brunner (CW) A Manual for Cleaning Women: S…
 
Episode Ninety Four Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine – Currently Reading –Epic Solitude: A Story of Survival and a Quest for Meaning in the Far North – Katherine Keith (CW) (release date 2/4/2020)Becoming – Michelle Obama (CW) (audio) Recipe for a Perfect Wife – Karma Brown (EF) Say Nothing: A True Story of Memory and Murder in Northern …
 
Episode Ninety Three Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine – 12th Readalong – Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead – Olga Tokarczuk, Antonia Lloyd-Jones (Translator) The Goodreads discussion thread can be found HERE. Our conversation about the book will air on February 18th. – Currently Reading –The Hollows (Kinship #2) – Jess Montgomer…
 
Episode Ninety Two Show Notes CW = Chris WolaK and EF = Emily Fine Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! We are an affiliate of Bank Square Books and Savoy Bookstore & Café. Please purchase books from them and support us at the same time. Click HERE to start shopping. If you’d like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becom…
 
A specialist in Canadian publishing history, Janet B. Friskney, is the author of New Canadian Library: The Ross-McClelland Years, 1952-1978 (published by the University of Toronto Press). Her publication credits include articles on the Methodist Book and Publishing House of Toronto, nineteenth-century Bible and tract society activity in Canada, and…
 
Episode Ninety One Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! We are an affiliate of Bank Square Books and Savoy Bookstore & Café. Please purchase books from them and support us at the same time. Click HERE to start shopping.If you would like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becomi…
 
Chester Gryski holds a B. A. (Hons) in Political Science and Economics from the University of Toronto and a J. D. from Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. He was called to the Ontario bar in 1976. He has acted for MPAC and its predecessor assessing authorities since 1976. In those 40 years, he has dealt with all types of properties and all …
 
Daniel Woolf is a British/Canadian historian. He served as the 20th Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario from September, 2009 to June, 2019, when he returned to teaching and research. He was previously Professor, Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, where he also served as …
 
Reni Eddo-Lodge, is a London based, award winning author and journalist. Her writing focuses on feminism and exposing structural racism. She's the author of the Jhalak Prize winning, bestselling Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, published by Bloomsbury, and host of a podcast series called About Race. Why I'm no Longer Talking to…
 
John Ivison is a Scottish Canadian journalist who is Ottawa Bureau Chief for the National Post. Raised in Dumfries, Scotland, he worked as a reporter for The Scotsman newspaper in Edinburgh and as deputy business editor of Scotland on Sunday. He was educated at the University of Glasgow, McMaster University and the University of Western Ontario, wh…
 
This past summer Meghan O’Rourke was appointed editor of The Yale Review. In an award citation the Whiting Foundation praised her “far-reaching and ambitious” work, and noted that her “voice stands out for its power and originality.” She is the author of the memoir The Long Goodbye (2011) and the poetry collections Once (2011), Halflife (2007), and…
 
Episode Ninety Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! We are an affiliate of Bank Square Books and Savoy Bookstore & Café. Please purchase books from them and support us at the same time. Click HERE to start shopping. If you’d like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becoming a Pa…
 
Linda Morra is a Professor at Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, Quebec where she teaches Canadian, American, and Indigenous literatures. She served as the 2016-2017 Craig Dobbin Chair of Canadian Studies at University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, and previously was awarded a Sproul Fellowship from Canadian Studies at the University of California…
 
Sandra Campbell, a graduate of Carleton and Ottawa Universities, specializes in Canadian and Caribbean (Bermuda) women’s writing, in particular for the period 1880-1940. She has a particular interest in women’s autobiography as well as gender, and the publishing industry. Professor Campbell has taught at Carleton, the University of Ottawa and McGil…
 
Michel Gauthier has enjoyed a distinguished career in the field of festival events, tourism and recreation. He was instrumental in coordinating the participation of HRH Princess Margriet of the Netherlands in the 50th Anniversary Celebrations of the Canadian Tulip Festival, an organization that he managed from 1992 - 2005. This flagship event draws…
 
"In 1989, Scott deWolfe began selling Shaker books, ephemera, photographs and manuscripts. Frank Wood had been selling used and rare books since the 1970s. Both worked for the Sabbathday Shaker Community in Maine. When the two realized they would make good business partners, they started doing shows together in 1990. Two years later, during a snow …
 
Episode Eighty Nine Show Notes Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! If you’d like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becoming a Patreon member. You can DONATE HERE. If you would prefer to donate directly to us, please email bookcougars@gmail.com for instructions. Join our Goodreads Group! Please subscribe to our email ne…
 
Earlier this year the Beinecke Library hosted an exhibition entitled Bibliomania; or Book Madness: A Bibliographical Romance. It takes its name from the history of “arrant book-lovers” written by Thomas Frognall Dibdin. "It follows these lovers of the book through four case studies, observing the powerful and often unexpected relationships of books…
 
Laura Claridge has written books ranging from feminist theory to biography and popular culture, most recently the story of an American icon, Emily Post: Daughter of the Gilded Age, Mistress of American Manners, for which she received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant. This project also received the J. Anthony Lukas Prize for a Work in P…
 
Episode Eighty Eight Show Notes Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! If you’d like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becoming a Patreon member. You can DONATE HERE. If you would prefer to donate directly to us, please email bookcougars@gmail.com for instructions. Join our Goodreads Group! We have a BookTube Channel – pl…
 
Barabara Slate is "an artist, cartoonist, graphic novelist, comic book creator, and writer. She is one of the few female artists who has created, written, and drawn comics for both DC and Marvel Comics." In 1986 Barbara created 'Angel Love' for DC Comics, an adult-themed series for teenagers. In an exhibition review, The New York Times described he…
 
James Daunt is the founder of the Daunt Books chain, and since May 2011 has been managing director of the bookshop chain Waterstones. In June 2019, he became the CEO of the US bookstore chain Barnes & Noble, acquired by Waterstones's parent, Elliott Advisors for $683m. We met last year in London to discuss Waterstones's impressive turn-around. We m…
 
Episode Eighty Seven Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! If you’d like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becoming a Patreon member. You can DONATE HERE. If you would prefer to donate directly to us, please email bookcougars@gmail.com for instructions. Join our Goodreads Group…
 
Leslie Hurtig was born into a house of books and has had a long, successful career in Canada’s book industry. She has worked for some of Canada’s best bookstores, acted as a sales representative and publicist for some of North America’s great publishers, and worked as a foreign rights and contracts manager at Raincoast Books. Leslie sat on the Boar…
 
Bruce Fye is an American retired cardiologist, medical historian, writer, bibliophile and philanthropist. He is emeritus professor of medicine and the history of medicine at the Mayo Clinic, and was the founding director of the institution’s W. Bruce Fye Center for the History of Medicine, named by the Clinic in his honour as a result of his philan…
 
Christopher Lyons, is the head librarian of rare books and special collections at McGill University's McLennan Library. He was formerly in charge of McGill’s Osler Library which holds the collection of it’s founder, Sir William Osler (1849–1919). A major figure in modern medical history, Osler is "well known as a scientific researcher, a great medi…
 
Ambassador Bruce Heyman is an American businessman and served as United States Ambassador to Canada under Barack Obama from 2014 until 2017. He appears regularly on CBC, Fox Business, Bloomberg, CTV, CNBC, and other media outlets as an expert on trade and bilateral issues. Bruce lives in Chicago with his wife and co-author Vicki Heyman who was an A…
 
Episode Eighty Six Show Notes CW = Chris Wolak EF = Emily Fine Purchase Book Cougars Swag on Zazzle! If you’d like to help financially support the Book Cougars, please consider becoming a Patreon member. You can DONATE HERE. If you would prefer to donate directly to us, please email bookcougars@gmail.com for instructions. Join our Goodreads Group! …
 
Bob Rae is senior counsel with the law firm Olthuis, Kleer Townshend and teaches public policy and governance at the University of Toronto. He was the Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre and was the interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada from 2011 to 2013. He was previously leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party and the 21st Premier …
 
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