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BCLF Always LIT is a podcast by the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival. The Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival is the first literary festival dedicated to Caribbean literature in New York City. In ‘Always LIT’ you’ll hear vibrant conversations about Caribbean storytelling and Caribbean writing from iconic and emergent Caribbean writers, poets and creatives. In addition, you can enjoy recordings of live BCLF events.
 
Welcome to Vignettes, a new audio reading series from the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Our first season is Summer, and it features five episodes of fresh, original work by emerging writers responding to themes drawn from the world of nature. Each episode, we’ll feature emerging writers from all around the continent, working across genres and forms. Stick with us as we bring you a soft, summery vibe with new creative readings! The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is one of Australia’s most est ...
 
One arts charity, multiple fantastic Festivals. From world exclusive events with international best-sellers, to launching the careers of debut authors, the HIF Player Podcast brings the literary conversations from Harrogate International Festivals' famous stage to audiences around the world.
 
Litquake is San Francisco's nine-day literary festival for booklovers, complete with cutting-edge panel discussions, unique cross-media events, and hundreds of readings. Litquake's Lit Cast is our selection of live recordings from the "Epicenter", a monthly series which embraces a theater of ideas between writers and readers.
 
A podcast dedicated to all things literary and bookish in Brighton & beyond. Anna interviews authors, publishers, people working in literature programmes, gets recommendations from booksellers and bloggers, and shares the best upcoming events. Follow @annamburtt on Twitter and @btnbookclub on Instagram for updates. Email btnbookclub@gmail.com for enquiries.
 
RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 31 every Wednesday at 19:10. We're on Facebook ht ...
 
Litfest grew from a suggestion that was made by Geoffrey Dobbs, Founder of Galle Literary Festival… ‘Isn’t it about time Ballymaloe celebrated their literary tradition?’ After three generations of cookery books being published, Geoffrey had a point. It was about time Ballymaloe created a festival that celebrated food and wine writing.
 
The Los Angeles Review of Books is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and disseminating rigorous, incisive, and engaging writing on every aspect of literature, culture, and the arts. The Los Angeles Review of Books magazine was created in part as a response to the disappearance of the traditional newspaper book review supplement, and, with it, the art of lively, intelligent long-form writing on recent publications in every genre, ranging from fiction to politics. The Los Angeles ...
 
Rewrite Radio is the podcast of the Festival of Faith & Writing (#FFWgr), a biennial celebration of literature and belief in Grand Rapids, MI. Festival is the flagship initiative of the Calvin Center for Faith & Writing (CCFW), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit fostering scholarship & community around the literary arts.
 
The Emirates Airline Festival of Literature is the Arab World’s largest celebration of the written and spoken word, connecting readers with authors and books. The Festival places home grown talent centre-stage and offers local book lovers the chance to interact with world famous authors, attend literary debates and workshops and participate in competitions. The Festival’s education programme gives thousands of students the chance to meet their literary heroes. On this podcast you will find f ...
 
Welcome to the Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival Podcast. Each episode presents a live, unscripted session that took place on Festival stages in 2018 and 2019. The lineup includes legendary editor Tina Brown, Pulitzer Prize winner David Blight, biographer Jung Chang, Shakespearean scholar Stephen Greenblatt, bestselling authors Bernard Cornwell, Madeline Miller, Margo Jefferson and Jeanette Winterson plus the matchless Joyce Carol Oates, and many more. You’ll hear about topics as di ...
 
This podcast is full of creative teaching strategies, classroom ideas, and inspiration for middle and high school English teachers. Betsy Potash from Spark Creativity presents new ideas for immediate classroom use, making it that much easier for teachers to stay creative in the midst of their busy lives. Show notes and further inspiration await at nowsparkcreativity.com.
 
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
 
SILLY BIO: Born in Philadelphia and educated at Emerson College, F. Omar Telan has directed at La Mama ETC; performed at the Dodge Poetry Festival, PS122, the Philippine Embassy; published in a Gathering of the Tribes, Apiary Magazine, 225 Plays from Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. SERIOUS BIO: F. Omar Telan attributes his lack of literary success on his slothfulness. With the imagined rejections of thousands of unsent submissions, Omar day dreams of winning many literary awards. Bor ...
 
It is difficult to find someone from the West that both understands and can elegantly express the theory behind an Eastern mystical tradition. It is even more difficult to find a modern mystic. In Swami Tripurari we have both: a traditional mystic who can articulate the teachings of an ancient spiritual tradition. A compelling speaker, to hear him and be in his presence is itself a spiritual experience. Swami Tripurari met his initiating guru, Srila A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, in t ...
 
1 – 31 March 2012 Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.org Radio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed. The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recor ...
 
What Editors Want is a new podcast in which I interview a different editor each week from the world of publishing. It’s aimed at readers who want to hear the behind the scenes story of how their favourite books get made, and aspiring authors who want to know how to get published. I’ve spoken to everyone from the biggest names in the industry to independent publishers taking a dynamic and innovative approach to making books. Along the way I’ve met the editors behind Nobel and Booker Prize win ...
 
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The DUBLIN Literary Award longlist of 49 has been narrowed down to a diverse and exciting shortlist of six, and the award will be presented during ILFDublin. This exclusive limited podcast series is hosted by Maeve Higgins and Jessica Traynor. Their conversation about On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous is followed by Jessica’s interview with Ocean Vuo…
 
Celebrating his newest book - the 27th Alan Banks novel, 'Not Dark Yet' - on this week's episode, the number one bestselling crime writer Peter Robinson, beams in from Canada to join our guest host: interviewer and journalist York Membery. Head over to the podcast section of our website to buy your copy of 'Not Dark Yet.'This interview was first li…
 
Through season one, we loved bringing readings directly to you from some of our favourite writers. And we’re excited to do it again with Season Two. This time around, we’ll have five new episodes to carry you through leafy Autumn. This first episode of themed 'Fungi'. We’re so excited to share these reflections of connection, community and weaving …
 
Kate Wolf is joined by writer and film critic Nick Pinkerton to discuss his book-length essay on Tsai Ming-liang’s film Goodbye, Dragon Inn, which revolves around the final screening at a cinema in Taiwan — on the very day that 300 movie theaters were shuttered across Southern California. The book is both a eulogy and a call to arms for cinema. Kat…
 
Both a eulogy, and a call to arms, for cinema. Kate Wolf is joined by writer and film critic Nick Pinkerton to discuss his book-length essay on Tsai Ming-liang's film Goodbye Dragon Inn, which revolves around the final screening at a cinema in Taiwan - on the very day that 300 Movie Theaters are shuttered across Southern California. Kate and Nick s…
 
The DUBLIN Literary Award longlist of 49 has been narrowed down to a diverse and exciting shortlist of six, and the award will be presented during ILFDublin. This exclusive limited podcast series is hosted by Maeve Higgins and Jessica Traynor. Their conversation about Apeirogon is followed by Maeve’s interview with Colum McCann. Described by Elizab…
 
Ashanti warrior Tacky takes center stage in this fast-paced, thrilling read This novel is a great way for parents and children to explore and connect over a not-commonly told chapter of Caribbean slave resistance and rebellion. ‘Cane Warriors’ by award-winning writer Alex Wheatle is the perfect introduction for #YAlit readers into the lives of our …
 
Want to use Canva tools in your classroom? Good, because they're amazing! In this episode, learn about some of the best - like the handout creator, bookmark designer and flashcard maker - and how to use them. Once you start, expect to be using Canva on the daily! Show notes are at http://www.nowsparkcreativity.com. Join our Facebook Group, Creative…
 
Kate and Medaya are joined by Rachel Kushner, author previously of Telex from Cuba and the Flamethrowers, both nominated for the National Book Award, and The Mars Room, which was shortlisted for the 2018 Man Booker Award. Rachel's new book is a collection of her essays from the past two decades, The Hard Crowd, which exhibits the inspiring breadth …
 
Kate and Medaya are joined by Rachel Kushner, author previously of Telex from Cuba and the Flamethrowers, both nominated for the National Book Award, and The Mars Room, which was shortlisted for the 2018 Man Booker Award. Rachel's new book is a collection of her essays from the past two decades, The Hard Crowd, which exhibits the inspiring breadth …
 
As an island that relies heavily on tourism, the COVID-19 crisis has led to Bali’s most challenging period in recent memory. Our panelists have spent decades in Indonesia’s tourism industry and contributed greatly to its development. They’ll reflect on how the global halt in travel has impacted on the island’s future, and how lessons from the past …
 
On this week's bumper podcast episode, hosted by Jake Kerridge, we’re thrilled to bring you interviews with the fantastic authors: Mel McGrath, and Nadine Matheson.Head over to the podcast page on Harrogate International Festivals website now, to download a free sample chapter of both Nadine Matheson's: The Jigsaw Man, and Mel McGrath's: Two Wrongs…
 
Anna speaks to Susannah Stevenson about the Charleston Festival Edit. From 9–11 April, Charleston Festival Edit presents three digital events with leading thinkers, writers and artists, interdisciplinary conversations, readings and performances that are the hallmark of Charleston Festival. One event will premiere on Charleston’s website each evenin…
 
Kate and Medaya talk with poet, essayist, and critic Jackie Wang about her new collection of poetry The Sunflower Cast a Spell to Save Us From the Void. As an Assistant Professor of Culture and Media Studies at The New School, Wang also works on race, surveillance technology, and the political economy of prisons and police. In her poetry, she uses …
 
Nick Hennegan talks to writer Bonnie Macbird about her new series of Sherlock Holmes novels; how she came to work in Hollywood and created and wrote the Tron series of films - and how she discovered comedian Robin Williams! www.BohemianBritain.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/londonliterarypubs/message…
 
Kate and Medaya talk with poet, essayist, and critic Jackie Wang about her new collection of poetry The Sunflower Cast a Spell to Save Us From the Void. As an Assistant Professor of Culture and Media Studies at The New School, Wang also works on race, surveillance technology, and the political economy of prisons and police. In her poetry, she uses …
 
Crazy Rich Asians author Kevin Kwan is back with an intoxicating new story of love, lust, and the impossibly gilded lives of the elite, that flits from the sun-drenched isle of Capri to the grandeur of the Hamptons. Sex and Vanity is both escapist love story and a witty exploration of Asian-American identity. Join Kwan for a lively discussion on fa…
 
In this propulsive and mesmerising debut, A Burning, a young Muslim woman’s Facebook post lands her in jail on terrorism charges—and the story that follows is a vivid portrait of contemporary India’s social and political complexities. Join author Megha Majumdar for a discussion of power, nationalism, corruption and justice in a work that is both gr…
 
What’s Mine and Yours is a complex tapestry of interconnected lives, race, identity, belonging, inheritance and the haunting, looming presence of family histories. It’s strong focus on socially conscious themes will awaken your senses and cause you to re-examine how you think about relationships and privilege. It’s also a prismatic look at several …
 
Pelatih somatik dan instruktur bela diri, Made Janur Yasa, menemukan cara yang praktis dan efektif untuk mendorong warga mengelola sampahnya. Bagaimana? Dengan menukarnya dengan beras sumbangan. Seperti inilah terobosan pengelolaan sampah – di tingkat desa. Dengarkan Made Janur Yasa mengenai inisiatif menarik yang juga membantu kebutuhan masyarakat…
 
In this interview with Dr. Catlin Tucker, blended learning specialist, learn about the station rotation model, effective playlist creation for independent learning, project-based-learning in the time of pandemic, and more.By Betsy Potash: English Teacher + Education Blogger + Curriculum Designer
 
On this episode, Anna talks to four wonderful authors based in or around the Brighton area. Lisa Heathfield introduces her book SUCH PRETTY THINGS Joanna Rees/Josie Lloyd talks about her forthcoming CANCER LADIES RUNNING CLUB Sarah Ann Juckes discusses her new YA book THE WORLD BETWEEN US and comedian and podcaster Rosie Wilby talks all things THE …
 
In Sea People, Christina Thompson explores the fascinating story of Polynesia’s ancient voyagers, as well as the sailors, linguists, archaeologists, folklorists, biologists, and geographers who have puzzled over this history for three hundred years. Listen in to experience a masterful mix of history, geography, anthropology, and the science of navi…
 
Medaya talks with renowned essayist and fiction writer Jo Ann Beard, whose latest collection is called Festival Days. Near the beginning of the book, Jo Ann writes that there’s an element of fiction in her essays and essays in her fiction - an idea she elaborates on during the conversation. Jo Ann shares much about her own life and development as a…
 
Medaya talks with renowned essayist and fiction writer Jo Ann Beard, whose latest collection is called Festival Days. Near the beginning of the book, Jo Ann writes that there’s an element of fiction in her essays and essays in her fiction - an idea she elaborates on during the conversation. Jo Ann shares much about her own life and development as a…
 
Literary Lovers - BCLF Always LIT is back for a brand new season! In this episode listen to the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival's Core Team: Marsha Massiah-Aaron - Founder & Festival Director Mellany Paynter - Founding Partner & Director of Operations Melissa Harper - Program & Logistics Director Christopher Aaron - Communications & Media Dire…
 
Recorded live at the Wheatsheaf Pub in Soho for Nick Hennegan's Resonance 104.4FM radio show 'Literary London'. This episode features two memoirs; a moving recollection by Nick himself from his BRMB Radio days and an hilarious story from writer Zoe Antoniades' youth! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/londonliterarypubs/message…
 
This event is now available to watch on our YouTube page, along with the rest of our 2020 festival programming. Co-presented by City Lights Booksellers & Publishers “This notable achievement...is a harrowing account of how Sneed transforms violence and pain into an artist's life." —Claudia Rankine, author of Citizen: A Lyric In this collection of p…
 
From the 17th edition of International Literature Festival Dublin in May 2015“Gray forces us to face the mirror and see ourselves as we are”James LovelockThe acclaimed philosopher, sceptic and writer makes a welcome return to the festival with his book, The Soul of the Marionette, a characteristically provocative exploration of the nature of human …
 
Man of Contradictions, the first English-language biography of Jokowi, argues that the president embodies the fundamental contradictions of modern Indonesia. He is caught between democracy and authoritarianism, openness and protectionism, Islam and pluralism. Join Ben Bland to find out why he believes Jokowi’s incredible story shows what is possibl…
 
Eric Newman is joined by Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein to discuss her book The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred, which opens up with some very heavy science, explaining quarks, dark matter and other phenomena that point to the limits of our knowledge about the how the universe, and everything in it, funct…
 
Eric Newman is joined by Dr. Chanda Prescod-Weinstein to discuss her book The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred, which opens up with some very heavy science, explaining quarks, dark matter and other phenomena that point to the limits of our knowledge about the how the universe, and everything in it, funct…
 
Tyson Yunkaporta looks at global systems from an Indigenous perspective. His new book Sand Talk provides a template for living. It’s about how lines, symbols, and shapes can help us make sense of the world. It’s about how we learn, and how we remember. Join him to learn about Indigenous thinking, and how it can save the world. Featuring Tyson Yunka…
 
The Last Migration is a haunting love letter to the natural world, to the wild places and creatures threatened by climate change. It’s also a profoundly observed story of one young woman’s quest to bear witness to the migration of the world’s last remaining flock of Arctic terns. Join author Charlotte McConaghy for an insight into what has been hai…
 
Ready to dive into genius hour with your students? Genius hour is an amazing way to develop their creativity AND ELA skillset. In this episode, learn how to rally student enthusiasm, structure projects, and come up with creative final products that make good use of ELA skills. Find the show notes at www.nowsparkcreativity.com…
 
Edwidge Danticat’s latest book of short stories, Everything Inside, is set in Port-au-Prince, Miami, and beyond. It reflects on community, family, and love, and how people come to terms with death, of both their loved ones and their own. Edwidge will discuss her work, her life, Haiti, America, and immigrant stories. Featuring Edwidge Danticat and C…
 
On today’s bumper podcast episode we’re thrilled to bring you two interviews with two fantastic authors: Mel McGrath, and Nadine Matheson, as they sit down with Jake Kerrige to discuss their new books, writing in the pandemic, using real life experience in your writing, flawed sleuths and the fun of writing villains. Head over to the podcast page o…
 
Kate and Medaya speak with two heralded debut novelists. First up is Christine Smallwood, author of The Life of the Mind, about Dorothy, a failing adjunct professor in New York City, who suffers a miscarriage, and struggles to maintain her resilience in an unwelcoming world. Christine explains how the novel came to be and reflects on why Dorothy’s …
 
Kate and Medaya speak with two heralded debut novelists. First up is Christine Smallwood, author of The Life of the Mind, about Dorothy, a failing adjunct professor in New York City, who suffers a miscarriage, and struggles to maintain her resilience in an unwelcoming world. Christine explains how the novel came to be and reflects on why Dorothy’s …
 
Co-presented by The Ruby and Left Margin Lit The best short stories evoke a whole world in a small space. But how do they get written? Join Litquake as we hear five writers (and readers) of short stories discuss their different approaches to writing the form. They'll discuss their own methods, philosophies, and techniques behind telling stories wit…
 
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