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With an emphasis on non-fiction travel books, books on place, nature writing, and travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most celebrated writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism and travel photography.
 
Every week, WNYC tells you about the best documentaries as they become available on screens of any size. Our hosts are Thom Powers and Raphaela Neihausen, co-founders of the Pure Nonfiction podcast and the DOC NYC festival, the largest non-fiction film festival in the U.S. WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Freakonomics Radio, 2 Dope Queens, Death, Sex & Money, On the Media and many more.
 
The Read Smart Podcast is hosted by BBC’s Razia Iqbal, produced by The Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction and is generously supported by the Blavatnik Family Foundation. The new series builds on last year’s successful podcasts released to celebrate the prize’s 21st anniversary. Each month, Razia explores the increasingly popular world of non-fiction books. Expect to hear from prize winning authors, judges and publishing insiders. It also goes behind the scenes of the 2020 prize, which is ...
 
Nature Sounds for Sleep, Meditation, & Relaxation View our full collection of podcasts & audiobooks at our website: https://www.solgoodmedia.com or our YouTube channel: https://www.solgood.org/subscribe Check out our ad free subscription: adfreesounds.com The best audiobooks - Our collection includes memoirs, fiction, non fiction, and more! www.solgoodmedia.com/categories/audiobooks Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dan-foster6/support
 
The Penguin Podcast is a fortnightly interview series where we speak to authors about what drives them: from where, how and why they write, to their inspirations, aspirations, and even the struggles they've faced along the way. Listen for lively conversations and plenty of book recommendations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Ali Millar and Penny Wincer are not too busy to write. Except of course, sometimes they’re too busy to write as much as they would like. Join Ali and Penny as they navigate the world of writing, publishing and creativity whilst juggling the demands of motherhood, caring and other paid work, without losing themselves in the process. They’ll be discussing the challenges that often get in the way of sitting down to write, interviewing fellow authors and discussing their latest reads. They'll al ...
 
Books on the Ridge is a production of Mt. Zion Ridge Press, "Books off the Beaten Path." The podcast introduces the author of each month's new book, and also looks back to older titles. Each month, readers will receive a limited time code for a discount on a book purchase. Check our website for more information, and subscribe for regular updates, downloads, and more discounts. www.MtZionRidgePress.com
 
Conversations is sometimes serious and sometimes humorous, but always informative. Host Dan Skinner shares interviews with writers about recent works of fiction and non-fiction, featuring internationally known best-selling authors as well as new voices in literature. Conversations also shares updates on the area art scene through discussions about upcoming performances and exhibits.
 
First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing is a weekly show featuring in-depth interviews with fiction, non-fiction, essay, and poetry writers. First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing highlights the voices of writers as they discuss their work, their craft, and the literary arts. This weekly show hosted by Mitzi Rapkin is a celebration of creative writing and the individuals who are dedicated to bringing their carefully chosen words to print as well as the impact writers have on the world we live in.
 
If you love a good story, this is the podcast for you! That's exactly what you'll hear every Wednesday; stories that are funny, haunting, inspirational, crazy, weird, occasional true crime...stories of every kind, but always true and always interesting. Everyone, throughout history and the present day, has a story to tell and fiction has nothing on real life. Discover just how wild people can be!
 
My Favorite Detectives Stories is a short form interview podcast for listeners who want to be inspired, informed and entertained by great detective stories. We hear from investigators past and present about the type of investigations they perform, how they got into this niche and what they feel are the traits of a good investigator. They will share their favorites detective stories with us.
 
So many books, so little time! Jim McKeown hosts this weekly review of fiction, poetry, non-fiction and biographies. Jim is a lifelong voracious reader who learned to read by the “rule of 50" - if he’s not engaged in the characters, the prose, or the plot by page 50, he puts in a book mark and returns it to the shelf. Likely Stories is a production of KWBU in Waco, Texas.
 
Interviews, for writers like you, with industry professionals on forging a career both independently and traditionally publishing your books. Host, technical writer, children’s and young adult fiction and non fiction author, Joanne Morrell focuses on how you can identify your writing process, publish productively and learn to feel comfortable promoting your books.
 
Welcome to Nopeville! A city where all the horrors that make you say NOPE are rumored to have gathered and made their home. Join your guides, Christine and Jen, on an all inclusive tour as they introduce you to your worst nightmares from the paranormal, supernatural, true crime, fiction, and non-fiction. Visit us at nopevillepodcast.com
 
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Want to learn about books without actual books? Ever wish non-fiction could be shorter, funnier, and less accurate? Check out The Book Pile, a podcast where comedians tell you about books so you never have to read. (Now including fiction!) Kellen does standup. Dave writes ads. Together they highlight lessons from the world’s best books, unhampered by things like “expertise" or “sponsors."New episode every Monday!
 
Master storytellers share the stories and struggles that go into writing the first page of their books. Page One celebrates the craft that goes into writing the first sentence, first paragraph and first page of your favorite books. The first page is often the most re-written page of any book because it has to work so hard to do so much—hook the reader.
 
Many talented people's writings and movies address the deep, dark mysteries of our world — across both Fiction (Horror, Crime, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, Romance, LGBT) and Non-Fiction (Crime, History, Science, Paranormal) stories. Please step into the “House of Mystery” 5 nights a week and join us as we go deep into the creative process behind our esteemed guests' works. Past Guests in Non-Fiction have included Marcia Clark (of the O.J. Simpson trial), Robert Kennedy, Jr., Jesse Ventura, Bur ...
 
Pillow Talking: a narrative podcast about real-life bedroom conversations. Narrated and produced by Violeta Balhas, these first-person accounts reveal the many facets of intimacy and relationships – including our own. Find out more and submit your story at https://pillowtalkingproject.com/
 
A film podcast featuring independent, creative documentary filmmakers whose films are making rounds in festivals ✨ We offer in-depth, artist moderated conversations exploring the diverse forms present in contemporary non-fiction cinema, the creative process, and the challenges filmmakers encounter as they work with the moving image in their distinct social and political context. We operates ad-free. If you would like to support us, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe so that more film lov ...
 
The Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show features Christian fiction and non-fiction authors on FIRE for God and committed to using writing as a tool for Christian ministry! Submit a request via the CAOT Blog Talk Radio Show Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/The-Christian-Authors-on-Tour-CAOT--Show-170285633038444) to request a FREE interview to market/promote your Christian book! If you don't have a Facebook account, email Lynn Pinder at ywaction1@yahoo.com.
 
Your Words. Your Podcast. A show for the writers, poets, note takers big and small. A show for the listeners looking to unwind, relate, feel connected. Dead Letter Radio is a podcast focused on sharing the human experience, minor or major, fiction or non-fiction, through original art and writing. Submit your poems, short stories, letters that you have never sent. I want to hear, read, and share them. Sit back and listen to the what the world is whispering.
 
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Buki Papillon, inaugural winner of the Maya Angelou Book Award in fiction, joins hosts V.V. Ganeshananthan and Whitney Terrell to discuss African folklore’s impact on popular culture. They talk about how the newly released blockbuster Black Panther: Wakanda Forever draws on the myths, histories, and languages of many African nations, including the …
 
As private detective Peter O’Keefe’s continues to heal from the burns he suffered from the blast of a car bomb, neither he nor the police can prove who his assailants were. The media speculates that “The Outfit,” a mafia group in the city, is to blame. O’Keefe isn’t so sure, but he means to find out – and fast. Terrified of another attack, O’Keefe’…
 
Welcome to the Whaley House in Old Town San Diego! Thomas Whaley was a pioneer of San Diego and played a major role in the local community as an avid businessman. He built his beautiful home for himself and his family in 1857, where it continues to stand today as a pillar landmark to San Diego. It is also known as "America's Most Haunted House." In…
 
Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show today (12/2) at 2 p.m. (ET) to hear a LIVE interview with Deanna Garlic. Deanna Garlic wears many hats. This wife, mother, CEO and Magazine Publisher is also a contributing author to the recently released anthology, Breaking the Silence: Remove the Mask and Heal. The stories shared…
 
Dave Beckett is a wide-eyed young man when he joins the police department in a small town in Southern California. His naivete allows him to believe in his world, a vision where the cops are the good guys championing the rights of the wronged. He learns quickly that crime is not black and white, and the bad guys aren’t always the ones committing the…
 
On this edition of Conversations, Aric A. Prather, PhD, joins host Dan Skinner to discuss “The Sleep Prescription – 7 Days to Unlocking Your Best Rest.” Prather is a licensed clinical psychologist, who has helped hundreds of patients improve their sleep using cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.…
 
Katie Montinaro is a Melbourne-based writer, teacher and author of Christmas-themed rom com a 'Holly Jolly Christmas and YA fiction 'The Girl in The Sunflower Dress'. In the 51st episode of The HYBRID Author Podcast host Joanne Morrell, author of children's and YA fiction and short non fiction for authors chats to Katie on: her books and hybrid aut…
 
So many mass shootings; how did the gun culture become so powerful? Look to the Civil War. Militarily devastated, the Confederate culture transformed guns into a totem. In this revealing discussion, U of Wisconsin-Madison professor Nick Buttrick reveals the roots The post Slave States and Today’s Gun Culture appeared first on Keeping Democracy Aliv…
 
A Review Of The Murders Of 14-Year-Old Liberty German & 13 Year-Old Abigail Williams On February 13, 2017 In Delphi Indiana Abby Williams and Libby German Went Hiking at the Monon High Trail and Bridge on February 13, 2017 and were never seen alive again. After thousands of tips and a handful of suspects, an arrest was finally made in October of 20…
 
Award-winning journalist Gwen Florio has covered stories ranging from the shooting at Columbine High School to the glitz of the Miss America pageant and the more practical Miss Navajo contest, whose participants slaughter and cook a sheep. She’s reported from Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, as well as Lost Springs, Wyoming (population three). Florio…
 
Bookwaves/Artwaves is produced and hosted by Richard Wolinsky. Links to assorted local theater & book venues Artwaves Derek Goldman, co-playwright (with Clark Young) and director of “Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski,” starring David Straithairn, playing at Berkeley Rep’s Peets Theatre through December 18th, in conversation with host Richard …
 
The winds shift nervously on the Kansas plain whispering of travelers lost and buried, whispering of witches. Something dark and twisted has taken root at the Bender Inn. At first the townspeople of Cherryvale welcome the rising medium Kate Bender and her family. Kate's messages from the Beyond give their tedious dreams hope and her mother's potion…
 
This week on the Penguin Podcast, Nihal is joined by Malorie Blackman, author of the critically acclaimed and internationally renowned Naughts and Crosses series. She joins us to talk about her new memoir, Just Sayin': My Life In Words. Malorie also discusses her approach to, and the challenges of writing a memoir, having a positive attitude toward…
 
Chibundu Onuzo is a novelist whose first book was published when she was just 21 years old. Her third and latest novel Sankofa was short listed for the Women's Prize for Fiction Futures Prize, an Amazon book of the year and a Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick in 2021. We talk about the inspiration behind Sankofa, how Chibundu's writing process has c…
 
Minnesota, 1977. For the teens of one close-knit community, summer means late-night swimming parties at the quarry, the county fair, and venturing into the tunnels beneath the city. But for two best friends, it’s not all fun and games. Heather and Brenda have a secret. Something they saw in the dark. Something they can’t forget. They’ve decided to …
 
In this episode, we spend some time talking about books that fit fall-themed prompts: 1) a school theme or setting, 2) a creepy, atmospheric or gothic vibe, or 3) an autumn setting. To close the show, we chat about the books we’ve just finished, the books we're currently reading, and the books we hope to get to next. Julia's Books: Harry Potter and…
 
Have you ever wanted to own the Statue of Liberty? How about the Brooklyn Bridge? The Taj Mahal? The Eiffel Tower? If you had ever run into the cons on our list they'd have sold you any of these and so many other things they didn't actually own. They not only sold these world-recognizable monuments but they also sold them multiple times over, gener…
 
First, Tad reports on a Granny who fought off an intruder with her dentures. Next, gravy for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert or as a snack. A seriously sick habit in England (oh those whacky Brits!) Then, meet the defense attorney who gets even with adversaries, by hurling Pringles cans filled with an unpleasent surprise. Finally, a new gift idea…
 
At this time of year, we all think about giving. But what are philanthropists all about? To launder a plutocrat’s reputation, preserving great wealth and maintaining dominance and control. Our guest Edgar Villanueva has a new book, a second edition The post The Self-Serving Purpose of Philanthropy appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
This memoir is an inspirational yet harrowing story of a domestic violence victim's search for the truth about her marriage. Twenty-one-year-old Sarah Doucette married a charming, gregarious and attentive man. Six years later, she left the marriage, lucky to be alive. Suffering from PTSD and dissociation after years of physical and emotional abuse,…
 
In 1911, 21-year-old private investigator Clytie James was sent to Atlanta to investigate a series of grisly murders committed by the Mulatto Ripper. One fateful night, she unexpectedly found herself face to face with the killer, but he got away. Fifty years later, an elderly Miss Clytie returns to Atlanta on business, only to be contacted by an ol…
 
Sarah Thankam Mathews is a recipient of fellowships from the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and her work has been published in Best American Short Stories. ALL THIS COULD BE DIFFERENT is her electrifying novel of a young immigrant building a life for herself—a warm, dazzling, and profound saga of queer love, friend…
 
Elizabeth McCracken is the author of eight books: Here’s Your Hat What’s Your Hurry, The Giant’s House, Niagara Falls All Over Again, An Exact Replica of a Figment of My Imagination, Thunderstruck & Other Stories, Bowlaway, The Souvenir Museum and Hero of This Book. She’s received grants and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National …
 
In the first hour, “Thanks for the Memories” with Andrew Cockburn. In the second hour, “Oakland Defies the Pundits” with Kitty Kelly Epstein. The post Sunday Show – November 27, 2022 “Thanks for the Memories” and “Oakland Defies the Pundits”and appeared first on KPFA.By KPFA
 
This is a first person narrative based on true events. Some of the details may be dramatized for purposes of this episode. This is the story of Eder Herrera, Itzcoatl Ocampo, and a serial killer who terrorized Orange County California in the winter of 2011. SOURCES: https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-accused-serial-killer-poison-himself-j…
 
It’s time to achieve the championship goals we set, Ralph breaks down everything we need to know to dominate week 12 and get ready for our playoff push!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ralph964/message…
 
Last week brought the close of the 35th edition of IDFA and this year’s edition felt monumental. Not only for the sheer number of films on display (277) but also for the necessary and thought provoking panel discussions that were platformed - including an examination of the growing prosecution and incarceration of filmmakers around the world, the e…
 
From Agatha-awarding winning author Maddie Day comes the latest novel in her Cozy Capers Book Group Mystery series set in a picturesque Cape Cod town, where resourceful bike-shop owner Mackenzie “Mac” Almeida” tackles a cold case with the help of her fellow book club sleuths—a treat for fans of fresh, clever, cozy mysteries and those who love Lorna…
 
To celebrate 50 episodes of the HYBRID Author Podcast, we have a very, very special guest! Joanna Penn writes non-fiction for authors and is an award-nominated, New York Times and USA Today bestselling thriller author as J.F.Penn. She’s a creative entrepreneur and award-winning podcaster of the Creative Penn podcast, for over a decade now. Joanna c…
 
Yasmin Angoe’s They Come at Knight is the heart-pounding second installment in the Nena Knight series about an intrepid female assassin who will stop at nothing to protect her family. For elite assassin Nena Knight, eliminating dangerous players on the world stage is part of the job. The Tribe, a powerful business syndicate in Africa, ensures that …
 
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