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Jason Weiser, Carissa Weiser | Nextpod

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Classic lit with a modern tone, every other week. From the creators of Myths and Legends, comes an altogether same-but-different podcast set in the world of classic lit. These are the stories of Dracula, The Time Machine, The Three Musketeers. They're stories written by Jane Austen, Shakespeare, and H.P. Lovecraft, but with a casual, modern tone. Listen as Jason and Carissa Weiser breathe new life into the classics and tell the stories of some of the greatest books ever written.
 
Sisters Haley, the mind behind Brooke & Binding reviews, and Maddy, upcoming debut author, discuss books - but not just reviews! They look at the various methods behind reading, what makes the best book, how to become a reader, what being a writer is all about, and anything else related to literature. Their humor, thought-provoking ideas, and passion for the subject draws in even the most novice of readers for an audio-only exploration of books. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-si ...
 
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Cincinnati Song Initiative

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This is So Lit Song Lit, where we reimagine the repertoire by introducing less familiar songs through sound clips and lively discussion! Together we’ll be exploring songs by composers that you may or may not have heard of already, showing how they compare to standard works, and giving you a taste of what they sound like. Join us down the rabbit hole as we expand the song canon!
 
Queer Lit is a podcast about LGBTQIA+* literature and culture. In each episode, literary studies researcher Lena Mattheis talks to an expert in the field of queer studies. Topics include lesbian literature, inclusive pronouns and language, gay history, trans and non-binary novels, intersectionality and favourite queer films, series or poems. New episode every other week! queerlitpodcast@gmail.com https://lenamattheis.wordpress.com/about/ Twitter and Instagram: @queerlitpodcast Music by geova ...
 
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Erin Brophy and Mary Jane Barnes

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Join voracious readers since childhood, Erin and Mary Jane, as they explore the culture, tropes, and fandoms of literature! Find us on Instagram @litpodofficial or visit our store Alphabet Bookshop at https://alphabetbookshop.com to find a new book to fall in love with!
 
Lit Wallflowers is an official, unofficial Historical Romance book review podcast presented by Toni Rose and Wendy Woo. Every week they take themes from a Historical Romance and relate it back to how it can be applied to life in modern times! Then they Pot-Tail with a whiskey of the series and discuss all things Bookstagram and Romance! For more content, giveaways, and bonus material follow @litwallflowerspodcast on Instagram and Facebook, and @Lit_Wallflowers on Twitter!
 
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Melodie J. Rodgers

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SOREN LIT A Southern Renaissance literary journal... for storytellers with connections to the south. We showcase writers who are women, femme-identifying, and/or non-binary creatives. The SOREN LIT podcast provides interviews and readings from our latest writers. The podcast is hosted by SOREN LIT Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers. SOREN LIT's published work and podcast episodes are also available on the official website: www.sorenlit.com
 
Welcome to Miami Lit Podcast! Our purpose is to shine a light on Miami's culture, literature and the arts. Our featured guests include authors, artists, entrepreneurs, cryptocurrency experts, NFT creators and more. We love to bring you these compelling stories and welcome you to join the conversation. ❤ Jenny Instagram: https://instagram.com/miamilitpodcast Youtube: https://youtube.com/miamilitpodcast Link up with us: https://linktr.ee/miamilit Read. Think. Live. #maimilitpodcast #miamilitma ...
 
Two single Houstonians residing in Atlanta, Drea and Lex are navigating their way through life, friendships and dating. Discussing all the hot topics while getting lit on their favorite wine along the way! Just like having a good ol' drunk therapy session with your friends, pull up a chair, join the convo and wine down!
 
Grey (or gray) literature – 'grey lit' for short – includes such forms of communication as reports, white papers, dissertations, newsletters, slide decks, blogs, and podcasts. The Grey Lit Café explores the opportunities and benefits that grey lit provides for professionals and researchers. The podcast is directed by Anthony Haynes, produced by Dr Bart Hallmark, and published by Frontinus Ltd, a communications agency focused on engineering, infrastructure, sustainability, and research. Front ...
 
Join Instagram book content creator @getlitwithlianna as she sits down with a different guest author to chat about their books, writing career, and everything in between! Of course each conversation will have a very *LC* touch - aka crying over book boyfriends, marvelling over swoony moments, and obviously a ton of pop culture references!⁣
 
Welcome to talk lit, get hit - a podcast where we read questionable books recommended to us by social media and talk shit about them. We’re Bridget, Eryn and Laura, three friends who haven’t mentally progressed since high school where we bonded over a love of music and books - but mainly Twilight. Brace yourself for a heady cocktail of somewhat highbrow and incredibly lowbrow ramblings about all the books the internet loves and our journey to figure out why.
 
Welcome Book Lovers! Books.Com is a podcast that celebrates anything and everything about books. Hosted by bookworm Subhashini, each episode is designed to bring you stories that are most read, from the annals of history, literature, from fiction/nonfiction and from far and near. Listeners get insights into their favourite authors' lives, reading tips, reviews/summaries interestingly in English, Hindi, and Tamil. So, tune in every Wednesday and Friday to listen her gush about popular and not ...
 
Lit Cit explores the multi-faceted life of a writer in today’s literary community through insightful interviews with authors, editors, agents, and all of the people who help make writing happen. The podcast is produced and run by members of Antioch Los Angeles’ MFA Creative Writing program.
 
The Birmingham Literature Festival Podcast - Welcome to the very first Birmingham Literature Festival podcast, bringing writers and readers together to discuss some of 2020’s best books. Each Thursday we’ll be releasing new episodes of the podcast, including wonderful discussions about writing, poetry, big ideas and social issues. Join us each week for exciting and inspiring conversations with new, and familiar, writers from the Midlands and beyond.
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/hermitix/subscribe Newsletter: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/hermitixpodcast Hermitix is a podcast focusing on one-on-one interviews relating to fringe philosophy, obscure theory, weird lit, underappreciated thinkers and movements, and that which historically finds itself 'outside' the academic canon. Contact: hermitixpodcast@protonmail.com
 
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They were the best of books; They were the worst of books! This is our end-of-year roundup, and we can't wait to share which works we loved (AND HATED WITH A PASSION)! Does our list match yours? Let us know! A few episodes we mention include: Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi: https://www.litsocietypod.com/homegoing-by-yaa-gyasi/ Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whit…
 
In this episode, we perceive the riches in a king’s country, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 61, penned about the Chozha King Ilavanthikaippalli Thunjiya Nalankilli Chetchenni by the poet Erichaloor Maadalan Madurai Kumaranaar. Set in the category of ‘Vaagai Thinai’ or ‘King’s victory’, the verse describes the state of the king’s …
 
Anthony Haynes writes: On this podcast we often explore grey literature from the perspective of creators - the authors, editors, designers, and publishers. We focus both on the genres of grey literature and the processes of creation and production. This episode is one of the latter. Productivity hacks typically focus, sometimes exclusively, on use …
 
We’re wrapping up our #Zapatassance with Under Locke! In Mariana Zapata’s first published book, Iris Taylor has moved from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Austin, Texas after losing her job. Why Austin? Her half-brother Sonny lives there. Sonny gets her a job at a local tattoo shop called Pins and Needles, run by a grumpy dickhead named Dex Locke. Can a…
 
This week, Angela speaks with writer and editor Nimarta Narang, who has worked as a journalist since she was 15 in Thailand and currently oversees Brown Girl Magazine’s literary vertical, commissioning and publishing original fiction from established and emerging South Asian writers. Brown Girl Magazine, a multimedia company created by and for Sout…
 
“Criminally neglected” author Dorothy Richardson (1873-1957) is credited with writing the first stream-of-consciousness novel, which launched her thirteen-volume, semi-autobiographical masterwork, Pilgrimage. Joining us to discuss Dawn’s Left Hand, the tenth book in the series, are Scott McCracken, professor of 20th century literature at Queen Mary…
 
In this episode coach Mel Wiggins discusses having a fulfilling, profitable business with Lauren. Lauren and Mel discuss money, the patriarchy and how sometimes the stories we adopt through messaging we subconsciously absorb aren't always the truth. Mel also talks about fear, and how it can be a powerful and important tool that can be used for our …
 
On 9 July 2022, Writing West Midlands hosted its annual National Writers’ Conference in Birmingham, the first time back to a full programme of events since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Through panel events, networking sessions, informal and formal meetings, over 150 emerging writers came together to learn from established writers, producers,…
 
Today I’m joined by RITA award-winning and bestselling romance author, Kennedy Ryan, who wrote the new romance/women's fiction love story, "Before I Let Go". Kennedy has been one of my favourite authors for the longest time, so having the chance to sit down with her to chat about some of her most beloved stories was such an honour. This conversatio…
 
You guys are in for a treat! We interview Alaska based author Jodi Basye in today’s bonus episode. She writes historical and contemporary western romances with a healthy dose of both gritty and swoony moments. Hope you enjoy this fun conversation! Visit https://www.jodibasye.com/home to sign up for her newsletter and receive her two prequel novella…
 
Francesco Sedita is an accomplished children’s publisher at Penguin, running Penguin Workshop, an imprint he developed over his 14 years at the company. He attended NYU, where he studied writing and graduated with his MFA. While working on his undergraduate degree, Francesco spent a year as a “Saturday Night Live” writing intern. In his time as a p…
 
Recorded on November 24, 2022 Book Talk starts at 22:00 Sweater KAL Chatter - rules are at the top of each page 12 in 22 Chatter Thread Virtual get-together Zoom 2 Giveaways 1. The Little Pine Tree's Wish by Diane M. Howard 2. 3 skeins of Tracie's handspun Prize winners will be announced towards the end of the podcast, right before family Thumbs Up…
 
Ever wondered why majority of people end up in smaller positions in their lives? Different people have different timetables and their needs too differ, then how would a morning ritual help people thrive in a long run? To know the answers, listen to this episode where Subhashini discusses the various tactics and the four interior empires of genius f…
 
It’s Thanksgiving, so of course Rob, John, and Dan drink and discuss “The Wreck of the Hesperus” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1842). John McCoy with Rob McCoy and Dan McCoy Referenced Works The Wreck of the Hesperus Show Notes & Links The Wreck of the Hesperus Link to full poem. SCHOONER HESPERUS WAS NEVER WRECKED The New York Times gets pedantic…
 
This week, we’re talking all things graphic novels! Using personal experience and research, our hosts talk about the benefits of young readers being allowed to read graphic novels, how forcing them to only read “real books” can be harmful to their reading development, and the ways that graphic novels can help readers understand nuance and storytell…
 
Let’s get magical! In this episode, Prof Jes Battis (University of Regina) explains why magic is queer (or why queerness is magical?) and how wizards and witches live out their queerness in medieval texts as well in contemporary retellings. Jes also conjures up wonderful examples of how neurodiversity, queerness and witchcraft are all linked. Side …
 
We kick off the podcast by reading A Court of Thorns and Roses, book number one in the A Court of Thorns and Roses (ACOTAR) series by Sarah J Maas. BookTok’s best-selling darling and diamond of the season is thrown to the wolves (aka Bridget, Eryn and Laura), who “talk lit” and offer some insight but mainly through the context of memes and Twilight…
 
Jennifer Aylmer, Associate Professor of Voice at Carnegie Mellon University, joins us today to discuss some lesser-known songs found on the album A French Collection (featuring Martyn Hill, tenor, Graham Johnston, piano, and Alber Ferber, piano). Jennifer found this recording on a music streaming service called Tidal. Links to the scores for these …
 
Art Joined us as he discussed his Atlanta trip, and he brought us some fine beers. The Toppling Goliath and Scofflaw. Jason broke down his trip to Columbus Ohio. Including the Brew Dog Hotel, and Dirk gave us his adventures throughout Colorado. The only thing missing was Thor..Tony, who killed the non existent costume contest. He was epic!!!!…
 
Hey, readers, We're doing something special this episode! In preparation of FX's new series Kindred, which will stream on Hulu beginning Dec. 13, we've decided to study up and learn more about the book and its genius author, Octavia Butler. Join us as we share some cool info about Ms. Butler, including what she had to say about her ability to write…
 
"After a six-month search, the museum trustees unanimously voted in support of Ms. Crujeiras. The first-generation American immigrant embodies the American dream with her countless contributions to the growth of many influential institutions in Miami. Leveraging that experience, she will lead a reimagining campaign to build on the museum’s legacy a…
 
Marissa Meyer joins Caitlin and Kristen to chat about how she approaches an adaptation, how to choose what to keep, what to get rid of, and where she gets inspiration for the unique new worlds and characters that go into her new story. Her newest book, CURSED, the second in the Gilded Duology came out on November 8th, be sure to check the series ou…
 
We get some Narnia to Clark Kent action in the Stud club series book three “Three Nights with a Scoundrel” by Tessa Dare!! Lady Lily Chatwick grieves for her twin’s death and fears losing his best friend as he searches for the killers. Julian Bellamy ends up at the Chatwick residence injured then cared for by Lily. He needs her married before he di…
 
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