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Best Lit podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Lit podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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Join host Angela Ledgerwood as she discusses books, writers, life, love and all things literary with the authors she loves.
Oh No! Lit Class is a semi-educational comedy literature podcast hosted by Megan and RJ, two bitter English grads who are here to tell you all the weird and sexy things you never knew about the books you had to read in school. Let's ruin some literary classics together. New episodes released every other Thursday.
Join Alex Reads and Raifa Rafiq in their journey to keep up with the millennial experience, while exploring the intersection between literature, wellness and pop-culture. Tune in weekly as they discuss everything that is ‘lit’ in a fun and insightful way! #ShowDemBooks Manager and Executive Producer Clarissa Pabi Contact us MostlyLit@gmail.com
The Lit Killer is back! Join teen detective Tig Torres as she returns to her small hometown of Hollow Falls, where her aunt was framed as a serial killer ten years earlier. With help from her new friends, Tig investigates the twisted mystery. But as she gets closer to the truth, the killings, each based on murder scenes from classic literature, begin all over again...with her as the final target. An Einhorn’s Epic Productions and iHeartRadio production.
Hey healthcare friends, welcome to the Burnt Out to Lit Up podcast. We’re your hosts Erika and Mike, an occupational therapy / physical therapy husband and wife team, and we invite you to join our movement to be changemakers in healthcare. Inspired by our own experiences with burnout, our goal is to give you the resources, stories, and strategies to spark your personal and professional growth, help you navigate your career in healthcare, and advocate for change in our industry. Join us for a ...
Two pinball enthusiasts from the Chicagoland area share their thoughts on a weekly basis regarding the pinball hobby / industry.
Literary OG Sparky Sweets, PhD counts down the greatest works in the lit game with a fresh perspective – blending top-shelf literature with street certified insights. From the greatest playas to the worst baby mamas, this series features classic literature with an original gangster spin.
A podcast exploring what makes anime meaningful to people. Hosted by Krissy and Danny—two weebs who talk about anime like it's literature, except fun and not boring.
On This Film is Lit we finally settle the score on one simple question… Is the book really better than the movie? Bryan has a film degree. He watches the movie but doesn't read the book. Katie has two English degrees, so she does things the right way and reads the book before we watch the movie. Prepare to be wowed by our expertise and charm as we dissect all of your favorite film adaptations and decide whether the silver-screen or the written word did it better. Turn it up, settle in, and g ...
A podcast in which five idiots get together to discuss the finest works of classic literature. Listen to them struggle with subtexts, historical contexts, symbolism and the minor fact that none of them have actually read the book.
A podcast about your 10th grade reading list, hosted by John McCoy.
The Fantasy and sci-fi book club discussion podcast you have been missing. Literature discussion done right! We, The Shoutouts, from Lyket Entertainment, have a book club discussion on our favorite fantasy and sci-fi literature with select wine, beer, ale, and rum. We will often be reading Brandon Sanderson and the Cosmere, Brent Weeks, Stephen King, Robert Jordan, and many more. We like books, we like fantasy, we like sci-fi, we like craft drinks, and we love shenanigans! Join us, read with ...
Listen to Katy and Frances drink lots of wine and review the most important literature of our time: chick lit murder mysteries!
The Lit Review is a new podcast series where we will interview organizers and community members about books. On each episode, we'll lead an informal conversation with our guests about a key book that has helped them develop their analysis and theory of change. We recognize that political study is not accessible to many for a variety of reasons: financial, academic jargon, low literacy rates, time barriers, etc. We'll summarize, talk through key concepts and vocab, and nerd out on the main id ...
Each month we delve into a different example of horror literature. Encouraging listeners to read along month to month and send in their own comments and questions for hosts, Kaela King, David King, and Jesse Reyes to discuss on the podcast.
A fortnightly show about news and views from the world of British books and publishing
Intellectual property experts Tonya M. Evans (Co-Founder, Legal Write Publications, LLC & Associcate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law) and Shontavia J. Johnson (Founder, LVRG LLC & AVP of Academic Partnerships & Innovation, Clemson University) engage in lively and culturally competent conversations and share their so very LIT perspectives about all things law, innovation, and technology. #LITPodcast #LITBraintrust #SoVeryLIT @LITBraintrust
The best pinball podcast in the Southern West Virginia area! Join Marc and Rick as we attempt to make a podcast about attempting to collect and maintain pinball machines. From crazy trips to Coin Op Warehouse, to disturbing events on the way to Pinfest, we have it all. You might learn something, you might laugh, or you might rather listen to Yoko Ono. It's the Lock is Lit Podcast, the one and only.
A podcast on all things Canadian and Literature and then some.
We are Lavender Lit Club, a queer book review podcast hosted by Julie Arhelger and Julian Kurashima. Every month we discuss a book written by queer authors or that takes on LGBT+ themes and features queer and diverse characters. We'll delve into it all: scifi and speculative fiction, thrillers and mystery, poetry and nonfiction, classic novels and emerging writers. Welcome to the club!
Black Chick Lit is a bi-monthly podcast that talks books by and about black women.
A show meting out dodgy writing advice and first chapter critiques for aspiring writers.
Podcast by The Spinner Is Lit Pinball Podcast
LearnOutLoud.com is pleased to provide the Lit Summary Podcast. Each episode contains an abbreviated yet complete audio summary of a classic book in western literature. This podcast is for those of you who hunger for the classics but find it difficult to find time to read them all. Enjoy!
Quiet & Lit performs bedtime stories and serialized literature in a whisper. If you enjoy the show, please support the Quiet & Lit Patreon page, patreon.com/quietandlit
Where African books and films collide
This is a podcast in which Professor Deulen introduces poetry to her irreverent husband, Max. Each show is a close reading of a single poem. They discuss it for a bit, allowing the conversation to take on a life of its own.
Keep Her Lit gives you all you need to stay L-I-T for the month ahead. Join Paula Lyne and Rosie Plunkett as they chat wellness, fitness and more. Music by Pembroke.
Get Published In Your Dream Journals
What would it be like to live a life of purpose, passion, and vision? How can you transform your energy and shift your mindset? The intention of this podcast is to explore and share burnout prevention strategies. Some of our episodes will involve insight from others and their experiences while other episodes will offer you tips to keep your own candle lit. Listen in and ignite your flame.
I read weird internet stories to my wife, then we discuss them as writers and lovers of fiction. Right now, we’re focused on the SCP Foundation collection of tales.
Wit & Lit is a podcast where we embrace our most witty and Oscar Wilde selves whilst we read. Published every full moon ❍ in time to discuss literature under the stars from our gutters and under the moon with the wolves. Minisodes uploaded on the new moon ◉.Literature, History, Art, Intersectionality, Feminism, Oh my!
Wendy and Ilana’s Totally Excellent Romance Novel Podcast
The Blackbird Studio is an immersion program dedicated to turning good writers into great ones through comprehensive literary studies.
Just two ladies discussing some books...and probably some other stuff. But definitely mostly books!
Lit & Lucid Podcast Series aims to educate the consumer on various cannabis laws and regulations, best practices for consumption, and more. Discussing how entrepreneurs are utilizing the cannabis industry to pursue their dreams. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-and-lucid/support
On a rainy day after losing at pub trivia for the 874th time (we still know you cheated, Cave Dwellers), three friends with a mutual love for literature and liquor decided to quit while they were behind and start a podcast instead. Welcome to Lit & Liquor, where the only pretentious thing is our profile picture. We love our books and we love our booze and see no reason not to enjoy them together, recording for y'all's enjoyment. We cover every book genre there is, from our romance novel face ...
Fun book reviews and commentary to feed your book hungry soul and sharpen your writing!
ScotLit101 podcasts will cover various subjects pertaining to Scottish Literature, as well as lectures I have given at Sofia University. Too often, particularly in academics, Scottish literature is buried and obscured under the larger category of British Literature. This happens not just around the world, but in Scotland as well! While major authors from Scotland are often taught, it is usually without a proper context. This podcast, and the accompanying website, seek to correct this wrong. ...
Podcast by Boozing Through Lit
The world of leadership is rife with information, listicles and re-hashed advice. We all know that we need to have more difficult conversations, be kinder and more empathetic with those we lead, and walk the path of servant leadership. And yet we rarely seem to get any closer to developing ourselves as the leaders we wish to be. Instead, we clutter our brains with more information, enact a new promise to ourselves and those around us to lean in and show up more powerfully than we did last ti ...
Comedian Janelle James talks shit.
I talk to cool ass writers. So chill with me, and Get LIT With Leza. This is a CLASH Books podcast.
Pretty Lit the Podcast is a place where the Righteous but Ratche', 20-something can gather to talk about Christ and culture. We want to give a look inside the minds of millennials who love God, but could easily rap the hottest song playing on the radio. Our Generation was groomed to think that you cannot love God and be aware of what is going on in this world. We are here to shed light on the myth. We are REAL, RIGHTEOUS and sometimes RATCHET!
Hey guys, Im Lisha (pronounced LEE-SHA) and me and my cohost @ohvelvett are going to be hoping to introduce you guys to the aspects of the world one lit blunt at a time. So join in and listen to us debate on the hottest topics from the Kardashians to what's hot in politics to daily social injustices that kill our highs. Interviewing and Discussing w/ fellow creatives as DA UNDERGROUND SLAYER
It's a real Throwback Thursday of an episode: Shakespeare! Vin Diesel reminding us of the importance of family! Rampant horniness! (Wait, that's just Shakespeare again) Off-key singing! Incorrect information regarding dairy products! Rambling tangents about 90s movies! So hop in your Death Zamboni and let's go, for there never was a story of more w…
This week, your Boozers Darryl Coote and Brett Crehan discuss “Jack and Della” an excerpt of a forthcoming novel by Marilynn Robinson published in The New Yorker. They talk of the value — or the lack there of — of presenting a truncated work as a short story, the worth of period pieces and, of course, about “Jack and Della.” Subscribe to us on iTun…
Patron Shoutouts New Moon Fan Polls Learning with TFIL: Robert A. Heinlein Starship Troopers PreviewBy Bryan and Katie
On this week’s mid-week episode, tune in as Adam coaches Ernest Barbaric live, around reconciling his role as a dad with the drive to rebuild his business.
Hosts past, present and future are all together to talk about books and stuff. They get into summer time sweatiness, talking to dogs in Italian, and talk about some spring and summer books they've read and loved and some they want to get to reading. Nemesis updates are available!
Our guest on episode 63 is Robert Webb, who, as well as being a writer, is an actor, best known for the hit British comedy Peep Show. He’s the author most recently of the novel Come Again. He describes that novel like this: Middle-aged widow time travels back to 1992 and tries to save future dead husband when he is an annoying student. Grief, nosta…
What are drum circles and what benefits can drumming bring into your life? How do you define success? Suzie & Maureen explore virtual drum circles as well as uncovering paths to your purpose. Maureen shares the variety of people that she drums with, the reasons people drum, and how her drumming path unfolded. She also shared her father’s advice abo…
Join Cameron and Caitlin as they read a past submission out loud and do a live critique as they go. let us know if you like this on social media! If you do, we'll do more of these!By Caitlin Sangster, Kristen Evans, Cameron Harris, Aliah Eberting
Shanita Penny has been facing inequalities throughout her life from college internships to working in the cannabis industry. Today Shanita uses her experiences to advocate on behalf of minorities to bring the issues of inequality in the industry to the forefront. Previously, as the President of the Minority Cannabis Business Association, Shanita te…
We discuss Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and Edited by Carmen Maria MachadoBy Julie Arhelger
Recorded on July 20, 2020 Book Talk starts at 23.12 Our Mother Bear KAL runs until September 1, 2020. Please join the discussion in the 2020 Mother Bear KAL Chatter Thread and post your finished bears in the Mother Bear FOs Thread Tracie and Barb support the Black Lives Matter movement and encourage you to add your voice to the fight for racial jus…
We start off this podcast with a little chat about satan’s waterfall cause who doesn’t want to go with the flow?! Then we discuss two witchy books/series! A Witch in Time and The Tiffany Aching books (mostly The Wee Free Men) from the Disc-world series! Happy Reading!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. http…
Hello all! Here is our discussion on the Song of Susannah by Stephen King. We are super pumped to be discussing this book in 2 parts. We have deep conversations regarding the man in black, Eddie Dean, Jake Chambers, and like the title suggests Susannah Dean. Not to mention Mordred, and so much more. Enjoy as we keep the discussion on our favorite K…
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Discussing the horror legacies of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein & Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House with living legend Kathe Koja, author of The Cypher, with re-release coming in November 2020 from Meerkat Press.By Leza Cantoral
This week, Lit & Liquor made the decision to dive back into a self-published anthology, though if your hopes are getting up, we'll crush them now and say that unfortunately, there is no pirate/Irish/Scottish accent blend in this episode. We hope you'll forgive us for this oversight. Instead, we chose an anthology with an interesting concept: the th…
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we see a horror beyond the cosmic in The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle. Next month, we’ll discuss “The You Train” by N.K. Jemisin. Join us in the reading and send your comments, questions or related topics to discuss to our email or Twitter.…