Best bookish podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Bookish
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Presented by Margaret B. Madden and Bob Johnston, Bookish is a monthly (for now) show about the world of books. Reviews, news, recommendations, forgotten classics, and all the latest from two industry insiders.
 
Could you pick the 5 books that have shaped you most? Every week actress and avid reader Sonya Walger invites a guest to explore their five most formative books and how they affected their lives.
 
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Bookish Blether
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A regular podcast about books and reading with Holly (@hollyjunesmith) and Nicola (@robotnic).
 
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Bookish Tarts
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A fabulously racy podcast hosted by chick lit writer Georgina Penney and erotica and contemporary romance writer, Rhyll Biest.
 
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Bookish Friends
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A podcast about books. Join these YA aficionados as they share their love of books by discussing and reviewing Young Adult literature.
 
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Bookish
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Writers being forced to have conversations.
 
Her Bookish Podcast, hosted by Kinsey Roberts, is a weekly book recommendation & discussion show dedicated to highlighting women authors from the traditional and self-published spaces. In addition to book talk, I like to throw in some pop culture references when it makes sense (because hello, can you even discuss Jane Austen without mentioning Colin Firth?). Hot new releases, the classics, oldies but goodies, fiction & non-fiction....it's all fair game on Her Bookish Podcast!
 
A podcast where Scott and Eric talk about books, themselves and other bookish things.
 
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Cookish and Bookish
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Meredith and Sara talk what it means to be a modern lady, new recipes, crafts, what we're reading, and all the laughs, wins, rants, and fails in between.
 
Podcast mainly about books.
 
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Joe Bookish Podcast
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Short Stories written and performed by Joe Bookish
 
In which we talk about random topics about the world of Young Adult books.
 
Weekly reviews of fantasy and/or science fiction books and discussion of recent bookish news.
 
We're not special, but we still have opinions. Let's talk about books! Episodes posted every other Wednesday.
 
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So Many Damn Books
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A bookish podcast celebrating a love of reading, with literary cocktails, recommendations, and author-guests talking about their work and a book they love. For show info, book lists, and drink recipes, visit somanydamnbooks.com
 
This is the official podcast of the Married with Bookshelves blog, where Nikkie and Super Hubs will spout their nerdiness right into your ear-balls.
 
A podcast for readalongs of speculative fiction books from the Lady Vaults along with general chit-chat and bookish goodness.
 
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Reading Glasses
Weekly
 
Do you love books? Want to learn how to make the most of your reading life? Join hosts Brea Grant and Mallory O’Meara every week as they discuss tips and tricks for reading better on Reading Glasses! Reading Glasses is a podcast designed to help you get more out of your literary experiences. As professional creatives and mega-readers, Mallory and Brea are experts on integrating a love of reading into a busy lifestyle. Reading Glasses listeners will learn how to vanquish their To-Be-Read pile ...
 
News, reviews, and general bookish musings
 
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Eclectic Readers
Monthly
 
The Eclectic Readers is a monthly book club podcast that reads an eclectic variety of books and discusses them. We try to read out of our comfort zone, with the goal of having our listeners read along with us, and, after listening to the episode, join in on the book's discussion through our social media pages on Litsy or Goodreads. The Eclectic Readers started in 2009 as an IRL book club of three and has since grown to a group of 12 spread across the United States. From there, in 2015, four ...
 
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RTHK:Bookmarks
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Bookmarks, Radio 3's online book club, is a one-stop platform delivering exclusive interviews with authors and editors, news and reviews. Plus bookish conversations with people you won’t hear on the radio, and recommendations from notable folk.
 
In-depth literary discussion without the pretence. Just good books. Based out of Madrid, Spain, we compress big ideas and in-depth discussion of literature into a digestible, entertaining format.
 
A podcast from AbeBooks. This series is dedicated to telling the stories behind books and the people who love them. We'll salute classic novels and famous authors, investigate long-forgotten books, and discuss publishing houses, libraries, bookshops, and anyone else with a bookish story to tell.
 
If you enjoy reading books, listening to audiobooks, watching TV and movies, then this is the podcast for you! On the Shelf Addiction Podcast, you'll find Book Chat and Pop Culture Sunday features. Book Chat episodes air on Wednesdays and feature author and narrator interviews, book read-along & roundtable discussions, book lists & recommendations, and other bookish topics.Pop Culture Sunday episodes feature TV and Movie recaps, reviews, discussions, and more.
 
All in Good Storytime is an interactive, bookish, book club podcast hosted by Alanna, Katya, and Tia.
 
Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
Which word is the best fit for a particular meaning and context? How do I express everyday ideas in colloquial language, avoiding the bookish style found in dictionaries? What’s the actual difference in meaning between the ‘synonyms’ that dictionaries offer? How do I build up phrases and sentences around a particular word?The Hindi Thesaurus addresses such questions in a series of lively, unscripted Hindi-medium conversations about groups of words of related meaning. Concentrating on selecte ...
 
A selection of bookish delights: author interviews, readings and more
 
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Podice Rippers
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Get ready to dog-ear those paperbacks and turn those Kindles down low. The radiant Lainey Seaton and ravishing Natalie Warner are blazing into the podcast scene hot and bothered and bookish as all hell. Join us each episode as we talk at length and girth about all things romance novel. The only requirement is that you keep it lusty. And consensual.
 
From the Lighthouse is a literary podcast published out of the Department of English at Macquarie University. Your hosts Dr Stephanie Russo and Dr Michelle Hamadache love to talk about anything to do with books, from the latest bestsellers and prize-winners, film and television adaptations of books to bookish news. Join us fortnightly as we chat all things literary. For more information visit the MQ English Department webpage at www.engl.mq.edu.au
 
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Book Squad Podcast
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Twice a month, the librarians are in! Join Lawrence Public Librarians and Book Squad members Polli Kenn and Kate Gramlich for some bookish banter straight into your ears.
 
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Library Game Night
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podcast about table top games & gaming in libraries (i.e., board games in a bookish setting)
 
Podcast byAn Obsessive Reader. Hermit. Simpleton. RH and paranormal genre weirdo. That will include book reviews and bookish stuff.
 
Like Literally Literary is a weekly podcast where two friends, Alexa and Kiley, discuss books of all genres and bookish things in like all seriousness while drinking coffee or eating vegan food.
 
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RTHK:Bookmarks
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Bookmarks, Radio 3's online book club, is a one-stop platform delivering exclusive interviews with authors and editors, news and reviews. Plus bookish conversations with people you won’t hear on the radio, and recommendations from notable folk.
 
Like Literally Literary is a weekly podcast where two friends, Alexa and Kiley, discuss books of all genres and bookish things in like all seriousness while drinking coffee and eating vegan food.
 
The Podcast of Booktopia, Australia's Local Bookstore.Booktopia has been voted Australia's Favourite Bookshop and Australia's Best Online Bookshop. Join us for author interviews, book reviews and recommendations and bookish banter. We love books, especially Australian ones.
 
From the Lighthouse is a literary podcast published out of the Department of English at Macquarie University. Your hosts Dr Stephanie Russo and Dr Michelle Hamadache love to talk about anything to do with books, from the latest bestsellers and prize-winners, film and television adaptations of books to bookish news. Join us fortnightly as we chat all things literary. For more information visit the MQ English Department webpage at www.engl.mq.edu.au
 
Crookshanks and Atticus Present is made by the book clubs from Year 5 to Year 12 at Genazzano FCJ College. The podcast is dedicated to discussing books and reading, and will also features interviews with authors, quizzes and other fun bookish things.
 
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Re:Read
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Two decades after we graduated from high school, we are ready to pull those classics works of literature we read in our youth off the shelves and read them all over again. Who's with us? Visit our website: rereadpod.com for our book list, episode guides, embarrassing middle school photos, and your chance to re:spond. Join in the bookish fun on Facebook, Instragram, & Twitter @rereadpod!
 
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How I got a bunch of free books, coffee (duh), and my favorite book character names. Hope you enjoy Episode 9!❤️☕️📚✌️🏻
 
Marriage Hannah: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff The Before Trilogy by Richard Linklater Cameron: Mister Peanut by Adam Ross Certified Copy by Abbas Kiarostami Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates Fatherhood Hannah: News of the World by Paulette Jiles The Road by Cormac McCarthy Paris, Texas by Wim Wenders Cam ...…
 
Coming of Age Hannah: The Mothers by Brit Bennett The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon Lady Bird by Greta Gerwig Cameron: Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth by Chris Ware The Suburbs by Arcade Fire The Kid's Guide to Divorce by Lorrie Moore Feminist Hannah: Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed The Power by Naomi Alderman Mad Max: Fury ...…
 
Today's episode lives up to it's name. I just casually talk/ramble about •my book-buying weakness •books I've been reading lately •my new found love for Jane Austen plus I got a call in from GeekSource Entertainment Podcast and I sing you a bookish parody of Ships In The Night. (I wrote it myself) You're Welcome world. 📚📚🎶❤️📞📖✌️…
 
HELLO! This is our introduction and next week we'll officially release our first full episode. Like Literally Literary is a weekly podcast where two friends, Alexa and Kiley, discuss books of all genres and bookish things while drinking coffee or eating vegan food.Social media:Facebook: www.facebook.com/likeliterallyliterary/Instagram: www.inst ...…
 
welcome one and all to Bookish Ramblings episode 7! On today's episode you get to meet my newish friend Ashlyn and find out her favorite books, book characters, bookish quotes and much more! 🙌📚❤️🍍☕️
 
In today’s episode, we’re featuring our conversation with Victoria Aveyard from the archives! During the time of the original release back in January 2016, Victoria just celebrated her 21st week on the New York Times list for “Red Queen”, the first book in her series. Movie rights for the series were also sold to Universal Pictures with Gennife ...…
 
Our very first episode on our new Deep Readers Podcast! This episode is hosted by one of the founders, Kayla. Our other co-host was unable to participate in this episode but you can find her and other Deep Reader members in our second episode releasing on May 20th. In the next episode, we will be discussing our April "Anticipation" pick, the li ...…
 
Lucas Grainger-Brown candidly reflects on his life as a young idealistic, bookish recruit in the Australian Defence Force Academy.
 
Eric and Kelly talk about indie bookstores that do YA lit really well, explore the growth of YA thrillers over the last few years, and finally, highlight a bunch of great books to read in honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Sponsored by Summer Constellations by Alisha Sevigny from KCP Loft and Bookish Boyfriends: A Date Wit ...…
 
On this episode we play a bookish edition of Never Have I Ever. Follow on Instagram! Follow on Twitter! Like on Facebook! Mich's Blog!
 
Today's podcast covers news on James Wan's Aquaman, Damon Lindelof's adaptation of Watchmen, and Director James Wan talks Aquaman story with Entertainment Weekly “The main antagonist in this movie is Orm, played by Patrick Wilson. And Black Manta, played by Yahya [Abdul-Mateen], is caught up in that world with them as well. But the main drive r ...…
 
An episode of bookish confessions, book tags, and spring seasonal recommendations! Join us for ten minutes of literary fun!
 
The Irish SFF Bookish podcast! Brought to you by Aoife and Steve. We discuss March's pick; New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson. Follow us on Twitter Join us on Goodreads Thanks to Ger for the artwork and to Gaston for the theme music.
 
The first official episode of my bookish podcast Mipliophile. Join me in a discussion of Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu in this book talk. We'll talk about the clever use of formatting, the powerful feminism, and everything else that makes this book about women a fun and important read.Note, this episode does contain swear words, and discussion of r ...…
 
Explore the bookish history of the city of dreaming spires - Oxford in the United Kingdom. From the pub loved by JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis to Inspector Morse and one of the world's greatest libraries, we'll guide you around this city of fine literature and famous authors.
 
Oh brother, not only have none of us read this before, we haven't even seen the movie! Strap yourself in for the wrongest interpretation of an acclaimed literary text ever recorded - hey, at least it's historic, right? While there is little on offer by way of bookish analysis, there's plenty in the way of cartoon cat history, funny voices refle ...…
 
Arvin Ahmadi is the author of “Down and Across”. From Buzzfeed, “Ahmadi writes with head and heart, captivating readers with passages that leap beautifully from the pages.” Publishers Weekly describes his debut as “witty, smart, and inspiring” and The Washington Post says it’s a “humorous” and “deeply human coming-of-age story.” In today’s epis ...…
 
The Irish SFF Bookish podcast! Brought to you by Aoife and Steve. Big books released in March, swanky adaptations hitting your screens and what the flip is a YA book anyway? Follow us on Twitter Join us on Goodreads Thanks to Ger for the artwork and to Gaston for the theme music.
 
Our 20th Episode! Jam-packed with Dolly Parton, mythology retellings, Afrofuturism, and a sweet, donut filled romance. All that plus chatting up each other on the Read Across Lawrence book, Wonder which really is, well, wonder-ful! Show notes here: https://lawrence.bibliocms.com/blogs/post/020-a-wonder-ful-podcast-episode/Bookish News:Nebula Aw ...…
 
In this episode, Diem and Sarah review Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais, a book that made them laugh out loud numerous times on public transport. Check out bookishfriendspodcast.com for the show notes. Music by Thành Trinh
 
Amanda and Jenn discuss Haitian authors, Canadian nonfiction, book club options, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. This episode is sponsored by Libby and Eternal Life by Dara Horn. Questions 1. Hi ladies, I love the podcast and all your recommendations. I have an upcoming trip to India for work and I need some recommendations on wh ...…
 
Sorry for the late description but Jen Wong (ABC iView's Bookish) believes punctuality doesn't really matter that much at all. All Jan episodes should be in your podcast feed NOW. Get your tickets for Nailed It, Feb 9th at Giant Dwarf by going to GiantDwarf.com.au
 
The Jennys consider their year in podcast reading, their year in general reading, and make bookish resolutions for 2018.
 
**Sorry in advance, we have some distorted audio within the first 10 minutes. After that, all of the audio is golden!Welcome to a new episode of PCS! Enjoy!Link(s) mentioned during News & Gossip- CES 2018: 5 top tech trends -http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2018/01/04/ces-2018-5-top-tech-trends.html- Golden Globes 2018 TV Predictions: Who Will Win, ...…
 
Happy New Year, Misfits! We're stoked that 2017 is over...but we're even more excited about this month's pick! We're reading our first mystery—Agatha Christie's Crooked House! And don't worry, this episode is spoiler-free, so you don't have to worry about us giving away the ending. We get back into the groove of podcasting with our bookish reso ...…
 
This week on LITerature, It's New Years Eve! Joanna discusses her top 5 best and worst reads of 2017 as well as her 2018 bookish goals and book releases. Get Early Access and Exclusive Content by becoming a Patron! Subscribe on iTunes! Subscribe on Podbean! Get us on Stitcher! Listen on Spotify! Like LITerature on Facebook! Follow LITerature on ...…
 
Today on Lit Up! with Angela Breidenbach, Pam Dover and Jusine Bylo, of IngramSpark, help teach you how to Get Published with IngramSpark! SPECIAL OFFER- promo code for free title set up for print and ebooks is GETPUBLISHED good through 2017. See below for more information... What is Ingram? Ingram is and has been the world's largest wholesaler ...…
 
In this episode, Diem interviews Jessica Townsend, author of Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow. They talk about book deals, writing grumpy and misunderstood characters, the importance of character names, and scary kid’s films of the 80s and 90s. Check out bookishfriendsblog.wordpress.com for the show notes. Music by Thành Trinh…
 
Greg Pizzoli is an author, illustrator and screenprinter.He is the author of "Good Night Owl", a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor book, "Templeton Gets His Wish", "Number One Sam", and "The Watermelon Seed", which received the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award. In this episode, Greg walks us through his writing process, how his method can help you develop y ...…
 
In this episode, Sarah and Diem review Beautiful Mess by Claire Christian, the winner of the 2016 Text Prize. Check out bookishfriendsblog.wordpress.com for the show notes. Music by Thành Trinh
 
In this episode, Diem chats to Kate O’Donnell about her debut novel Untidy Towns. They then talk about 90s YA, keeping diaries, the LoveOzYA community, reading YA, books about artists and readers, and the New Adult genre. Check out bookishfriendsblog.wordpress.com for the show notes. Music by Thành Trinh…
 
My first interview with Instagram expert Sara Tasker has been my most popular podcast episode ever. So I invited Sara back on as a guest, to find out what has changed on Instagram since her appearance and get an update on ways you can use the platform to grow your business. Here’s what you’ll learn... READ MORE The post [213] Instagram strategi ...…
 
This week Sonya interviews her friend (and erstwhile co-star) Mireille Enos. Mireille's credits include Big Love, The Killing, World War Z and The Catch.
 
In this episode Sonya interviews writer/director/producer David Goyer at his home in LA. David is best known for his work on the Blade trilogy, Dark Knight trilogy and FlashForward (where he and Sonya met).
 
In this episode, Sonya talks to actress Felicity Huffman. Her credits include Desperate Housewives, Transamerica and American Crime.
 
I talk a little about the upcoming XTFM shows. I also discuss how I'm going to finish Outlander soon. I then talk about reading speeds.
 
Chris Weitz is a film producer, screenwriter, author, actor and film director. He and his brother, Paul wrote a little known movie called American Pie, and also together adapted and directed About a Boy which went on to be nominated for an Academy Award for best adapted screenplay. He directed New Moon from the Twilight series, the film adaptat ...…
 
Subscribe now to Bookish, a new podcast hosted by actress Sonya Walger. Each week she interviews a guest about the five books that have shaped them most. Releases weekly starting Monday 25th September.
 
Gearing up for National Poetry Day, we talk to two of our favourite poets and hear some of their poetry. Night Sky with Exit Wounds by Ocean Vuong http://po.st/NightSkyWithExitWounds Kumukanda by Kayo Chingonyi http://po.st/kumukanda Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks Sign up to our bookish newsletter to hear all about our new relea ...…
 
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