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In which the CenterForLit staff embarks on a quest to discover the Great Ideas of literature in books of every description: ancient classics to fresh bestsellers; epic poems to bedtime stories. This podcast is a production of The Center for Literary Education and is a reading companion for teachers, homeschoolers, and readers of all stripes.
 
The iFanboy.com Comic Book Podcast is a weekly talk show all about the best new current comic book releases. Lifelong friends, Conor Kilpatrick and Josh Flanagan talk about what they loved and (sometimes) hated in the current weekly books, from publishers like Marvel, DC, Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, IDW, Aftershock, Valiant, and more. The aim is to have a fun time, some laughs, but to also really understand what makes comic books work and what doesn’t, and trying to under ...
 
Everyone loves a good story—especially children! But what we sometimes overlook is that the Bible is more than a collection of great stories. It is the real account of God's love for the world. In this full audio recording of the best-selling The Big Picture Story Bible, join author and narrator David Helm on a journey through the whole storyline of God's Word from Genesis to Revelation. Help your child follow along and engage with the story in a deeper way by purchasing a copy of the fully ...
 
DTBM is a partnership of people from everywhere John Barnett has ministered (SC, CA, NY, MI, RI, OK, etc.) who help spread Gods Word through taking the lessons already taught to a local church and making them available free of charge all over the USA and the World. John Barnett founded DTBM in 1998, as a non-profit 501c3 Oklahoma incorporated, outreach ministry. Currently, DTBM is sending evangelistic and Bible teaching materials (books, study guides, CDs, radio shows, web-based materials, e ...
 
Little Stories for Tiny People is a kids' podcast featuring original kids' stories that will delight the tiny people in your life. Perfect for bleary-eyed parents, innovative teachers, and at-wits’-end babysitters looking for an alternative, non-annoying way to engage the toddlers and young kids they love at bedtime or anytime! Each story for children is lovingly written and performed with attention to the whimsical senses of humor children often possess. Visit www.littlestoriestinypeople.co ...
 
From kindergarten teacher to best selling author, my name is Laurie Wright and I help children’s authors publish and market their books for kids. We talk about productivity, strategies and tactics so that you can grow your impact, even if you only have a few hours a week. I share my biggest AH HAHS, my ups and downs, and I chat with other authors who are busy making their dreams come true. This show is for ambitious #wordnerds who want to make more sales and reach more readers!
 
CJSW’s monthly foray into literature. Hosted and produced by a student driven collective, Writer’s Block is focused on local events, writers, poets, publishers, while keeping an eye on the bigger literary picture across the country and around the world! Writer’s Block airs at 90.9 on the FM dial in Calgary on the third Wednesday of every month at 8 p.m.
 
A podcast all about the ways people teach, learn, and work with literature. Host Jessica McDonald talks about how she teaches with literature and interviews folks from traditional and non-traditional educational contexts to find out what they're doing with literature these days. Episodes released weekly on Tuesdays.
 
Hey wedding pro! Welcome to the Book More Brides Podcast, where we share all the best wedding business marketing and sales tips to help you bring in more of your perfect couples online and book more weddings. I’m Kate Storey, one half of the Book More Brides team along with my wonderful husband Nick. We love helping amazing wedding pros like you - ones who love what they do, but could use a little help when it comes to getting more leads online AND turning them into clients. Whether you’re a ...
 
Two sisters, one in L.A. and one in NYC, both move to the Chicago area and start a podcast. The premise? Picture books and are they really that great? Join Kate and Fuse 8 (Betsy Bird) as they track down a picture book "classic" each episode and try to determine if it deserves to remain in the canon of children's literature. Profile image by Andrea Tsurumi
 
Steve Hauptman reads excerpts from his book "Monkeytraps," and talks about Control Addiction. Steve's experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and addiction expert led him to observe, study, and treat addiction to control, our tendency to try to take over everything and everyone around us. Check out more of the book at: http://monkeytraps.com/
 
Hey! You’re watching StoryCub - that’s awesome! Could you PLEASE do us favor and give it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Write a Review! It would help us spread the word and boost our motivation! StoryCub is bridging the gap between the traditional and digital storytime experience. Storytime that is both fun and educational, your child will enjoy and learn from our online Video Picture Books. It’s Storytime, Anytime! - Viewed in more than 150 countries, our early childhood mission is t ...
 
What's better: The Highest Grossing Movie of the Year or The Oscar Winning Best Picture? Join film fanatics and former college roommates Matt Furtado and Chris James as they start from the beginning of time (1927/28) and watch every Best Picture winner and Worldwide Top Grossing Film of each year. Each week, we will vote on who got it right, The People or Oscar! Feel free to reach out with us with comments or suggestions at peoplevsoscar@gmail.com
 
In whatever we’re doing—working, parenting, serving, suffering—it can be difficult sometimes to see through the fog of the circumstances of life and to know with confidence that God is there, that He’s working in us, and that He’s working through us. How do we live this life by faith? In "By Faith," author and blogger Christine Hoover asks this big picture question by getting into the details and daily lives of her guests: men and women who are walking forward by faith.
 
Think back to the last time you ram-chawed a partial chim set. Standard, right? We've been ram-chawing chims since the aqueducts of Ancient Rome, hey. But what if I told you that's the basis for the empire's collapse? Hello, I'm Leslie Claret. I'd like to invite you to join countless others who have come to rely on the lessons and explorations of my book to form a deeper understanding of our shared world, with relative specificity to the field application of surface and suppressed surface de ...
 
One More Page is a podcast for lovers of kids’ books. Whether you’re a kid, a librarian or just one of those people who never grew up…this is the podcast for you. Packed full of interviews, book reviews and industry gossip, not to mention the occasional fart joke, One More Page is your fortnightly foray into the world of children’s books.
 
Struggling Academics is a bi-monthly educational podcast for everyone interested in ideas, intellectual life and academic pursuits. At Struggling Academics, we deliberately venture into areas to which none of the hosts necessarily claim expertise. In each episode Dr. Andrasi (linguist), Dr. Clinnick (archaeologist), Dr. Pedersen (philosopher) & Dr. Vladescu (anthropologist/philologist) will discuss a particular topic with an uplifting and positive twist ranging from singular human experience ...
 
A novel that disturbs you 160 years after it first appeared in print, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, has so much relevance and resonance even today. Dorian Gray is a strikingly handsome young man whose beauty attracts a debauched aristocrat Sir Henry Wotton. Dorian's picture has been painted by a talented artist Basil Hallward and Sir Henry becomes desperate to meet Dorian, though Basil himself is against it. Sir Henry persuades Dorian to pose for a picture painted by Basil and d ...
 
The Big Picture is a business podcast that is on a mission to shift the mentality that Filipinos are not business-oriented. If you are someone who wants to start a business, already on your way, or has a business already that wants to scale, this podcast is for you. We interview Filipino entrepreneurs from all walks of life, learning their stories, and how they've made it happen. It's time to SEE, THINK, and ACT Big mga pinoys! See you on the show!
 
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210606AM Welcome to our latest class “HUMANITY’S SURVIVAL”. This month I am teaching a group of pastors who serve local churches on three continents–they all share something in common, they are bi-vocational. They work a day job to pay for their expenses as they evangelize and train new believers. What a thrill to see their hunger. I have been assi…
 
Which picture book will rule them all? In this episode, the Andrews clan agrees upon rules for evaluating picture books and then enters combat with the picture book gladiator of their choice. Who will come out victorious? Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – Amos and Boris by William Steig – All the Places…
 
When couples land on your website, are they seeing their picture of SUCCESS - or are they feeling STRESSED OUT by what they see? What does this mean, and why does it matter for your wedding business? I've got a LOT to say on this...and it means even more for your bottom line than you'd ever think! P.S. Want us to take a peek at your website and get…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our forty-eighth episode Nick hosts Jo, Joel and special guest Veronica Heritage-Gorrie as they discuss Emerging Writers Festival 2021, th…
 
Several transgender athletes around the world are vying to make history at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. We speak with LGBTQ sportswriter Cyd Zeigler and professional runner Nikki Hiltz, who recently announced they are transgender and nonbinary. And, ready to start hosting again? Chef Kathy Gunst has recipes for entertaining as many states lift pand…
 
After record voter turnout in 2020, Republican-controlled legislatures are passing restrictive voting rights laws, emboldened by false claims of voter fraud. The CEO of the New Georgia Project explains what these attacks mean for the American freedom to vote. And, the Department of Education says transgender students are protected from discriminati…
 
Thanks to our awesome Patrons, we're proud to present another Booksplode! This month, Josh Flanagan and Conor Kilpatrick take a look at... Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year One - The Complete Collection by Tom Taylor, Jheremy Raapack, Mike S. Miller, Bruno Redondo, Axel Gimenez, David Yardin, Tom Derenick, Marc Deering, Diana Egea, Kevin Maguire, Neil…
 
Mountains have often been the location for spiritual experiences, or breakthroughs. On Soul Search today, we're turning to the mountains in our third — and final — episode on Sacred Landscapes. We meet Dr Thomas Michael, an expert on the religious significance of mountains in Eastern and Western thought, and Gary Khor, Grandmaster of tai chi, who g…
 
Victoria Devine is a multiple award-winning financial adviser, helping thousands of people change their relationship with money. Founder and host of She’s on the Money, a chart-topping personal finance podcast for millennial women, Victoria is passionate about empowering women to make smart money decisions. She is also the Director and Co-Founder o…
 
Mini Magic is back after a brief hiatus! On this special sabbat episode, we explore the summer solstice celebration of Litha, also sometimes called Midsummer. We chat about the origins of summer solstice celebrations, dating all the way back to the Stone Age with the construction of Stonehenge. Correspondences for plants, colors, and crystals are a…
 
Florida Keys officials are working on a unique experiment: hatching thousands of genetically modified mosquitos and releasing them. Andrea Leal of the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District explains. And, Connie Biewald discusses her new novel, "Truth Like Oil," about a Black teen struggling with his own demons as his prospects of walking across th…
 
When Ursula Burns was named the CEO of Xerox in 2009, she became the first Black woman to head a Fortune 500 company. Her new memoir takes readers through her nearly 30-year journey from intern to CEO. And, Celebrity Cruises is requiring passengers 16 and older to show COVID-19 vaccination proof, but that goes against the law in its home state of F…
 
Hello, again! This week’s episode is about the seven different story types. I had a great chat with Rachelle Ramirez about each of the seven types, what readers are looking for out of each type, and how to determine where your story fits. Have a listen! Rachelle has also generously offered listeners a free masterclass on story types if you’d like t…
 
Booktopia’s CEO Tony Nash sits down with Graham Christie, co-author of Changing The Game. They discuss the need for better understanding the how's and whys of business transformation, finding critical skills in individuals and more.Books mentioned in this podcast:Michael Vullings, Graham Christie - Changing The Game: https://bit.ly/3g7grZuHost: Ton…
 
In a special episode of The Crossway Podcast, we’re pleased to share the complete audio recording of a brand-new children’s book; The Promise by Jason Helopolous. Narrated by Mike Kellogg, this book will help your family see God’s promise to his people—a promise that will never fail. Click here to listen now! Click here for more information regardi…
 
Author Clint Smith explains why Juneteenth isn't taught in schools and how that contributes to distorted views of slavery. And, valedictorian Verda Tetteh won a $40,000 scholarship at her high school graduation. Then, she headed back to the podium and announced that she would prefer that a student in greater need receive the scholarship instead. Te…
 
In this episode, we are celebrating a brand new kids' book release written by one of our own! Nat's new middle grade THE RIGHT WAY TO ROCK is out in the world! We wrap up her fab launch, then meet our first special guest. Jess Thom is a comedian, disability activist and also a sensitivity reader on THE RIGHT WAY TO ROCK. This interview offers a fas…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with veterinarian and children's book author Stacy McAnulty about how she went From Engineering Airline Seats to Engineering Books. Find out more about Stacy on her website. Books recommended on this episode: In the Shadow of the Moon: America, Russia, and the Hidden History of the Space Ra…
 
Campbell Mattinson started a journalism cadetship in 1987. He's mostly worked as a writer, editor, photographer and wine critic, though he's also had stints as a dishwasher in an Indian restaurant, as a data entry clerk at a stockbroker and as a proofreader of phone books. He won the Best Australian Sports Writing Award in 1996 for a story that is …
 
Patrick Bryant's radio show "Subject to Change" covers the same song for two hours. He joins us to discuss his latest pick "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself." And, state legislatures from multiple states have recently taken up bills that address sex education in schools. Oregon OB-GYN Dr. Jennifer Lincoln and sex educator KC Slack weigh in.…
 
A new treatment could be a game changer for some patients with tumor-based cancers. It's a simple blood test that shows recurrence of cancer months before it can appear on MRIs, CT scans and X-rays. We speak to a doctor and a patient using the test. And, we speak with the executive director of the National Association of School Resource Officers, a…
 
Do you have a bunch of emails that you've collected - old inquiries that never really went anywhere, wedding show lists, meet-ups, etc. - and not sure what to do with them? Are they worth anything? Can you even do anything with these emails? Most wedding pros think these are just old, dead leads, and would probably just get rid of them...but DON'T …
 
Youth And Apologetics Are today’s youth and apologetics connecting each other to answers and growth in their Christian faith? We welcome Youth Pastor Justin McCoy from Calvary Bible Church in Kalamazoo, MI. Pastor McCoy works with kids and students from birth through college. He gives his take on the role of seminary today and the preparation he ha…
 
Authors Sheela Chari and Grace Lin answer the question How do you decide characters with their personalities before you write the book? and kid reviewer Milo reviews The Crossover by Kwame Alexander. *To become a patron of Kids Ask Authors: https://www.patreon.com/kidasaskauthorspodcastBy PACYWORKS PRODUCTION
 
There is beauty in comics and even more so in original pages. These are lessons you can learn in this episode. That, and Namor has sexy asshole pants, and is mostly hairless. Plus you have the lightbulb talk to look forward too. You read that right. Running Time: 01:15:33 Pick of the Week: 00:02:17 - Strange Academy #11 Comics: 00:12:23 - The Secre…
 
Trees have a special place in the human imagination and they feature in many of the world’s cultural and religious traditions. The ancient Hebrew poets even imagined trees themselves shouting for joy in praise of a divine creator. Today we explore the forest as a sacred landscape in Northern Ethiopia, and at the Wat Buddha Dhamma Monastery nestled …
 
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans discusses the end of an era after "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" aired its final episode. And, NYC's Drama Book Shop shut down prior to the pandemic and was then saved by Lin-Manuel Miranda and his often-collaborator Thomas Kail. NPR's Jeff Lunden reports on the store's long-awaited reopening.…
 
After World War II, veteran Charles Waterhouse made it his mission to honor his fellow Marines by painting their portraits. His daughter Jane Waterhouse joins us to discuss publishing his art in the book "Valor in Action." And, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Arizona's oldest and largest botanical garden, was saved Monday from the Telegraph Fire afte…
 
Welcome to The Weekend Booktopian, our weekly podcast to kick off your weekend! Our team will give you the low down on all things book news related, and turn you on to the books that we are reading right now!For our forty-seventh episode Nick hosts Mark, Ashleigh and special guest Elena Gomez as they discuss Emerging Writers Festival 2021. We then …
 
When gyms closed last year, millions of Americans went online to keep fit during the pandemic. Marc Santa Maria, national director of group fitness for Crunch Fitness, discusses the future of the fitness industry. And, the company behind the Keystone XL pipeline announced it's terminating the project after more than a decade of fighting. Larry Wrig…
 
There's excitement — and controversy — surrounding Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug. What are doctors saying? Dr. Jason Karlawish and Dr. Gayatri Devi discuss the drug's promise and peril. And, ProPublica revealed a trove of tax records showing the megarich pay next to nothing in income taxes. Robert McClelland of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center…
 
In 2012, then-Vice President Joe Biden became the highest-ranking Democrat to support marriage equality. Author Sasha Issenberg explains the evolution of Biden's position on LGBTQ rights. And, when Maryland psychotherapist Kerry Malawista noticed frontline health care workers struggling with the pandemic and deaths, she started a writing program to…
 
Happy Wednesday, writers! Are you tempted to have multiple writing projects going this summer? Maybe you’re in the middle of a novel and you have this fantastic new idea. Maybe you’re writing a long form project, but there’s an opportunity to submit some short stories for an upcoming anthology. Maybe you just want a little variety. Today’s episode …
 
On today's solo episode of Teachin' Books, I'm talking about the work of acclaimed poet Louise Bernice Halfe, whose Cree name is Sky Dancer. In particular, I'm talking about an excerpt from Blue Marrow and a short poem called "Body Politics" from Bear Bones & Feathers. For the former: I get into the topic of prairie poetry, prairie literature, and …
 
There's a lot of buzz around a newly developed technology that protects bees from some deadly pesticides. Researcher James Webb joins us. And, abandoned construction sites along the U.S.-Mexico border have left scars in the landscape of several natural areas. Host Peter O'Dowd traveled to the border to see what's going on.…
 
Mandolinist Chris Thile, out with a new solo album, joins us to talk about becoming more reflective as a result of the pandemic. And, for many, it's been tough to shake the grief that COVID-19 has caused. Here & Now listener Jamie Mayer and her daughter remember their dad and grandpa, who died from COVID-19, by singing his favorite song.…
 
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