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RTHK︰The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006
 
RTHK Radio 3 collaborated with The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006 as moderators of three discussion sessions and in a special series of interviews.
 
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RTHK: HK Literary Festival 2012
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The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2012 starts on 5 October. RTHK Radio 3 is proud to be a media partner once again. Over the nine days of the Festival, we'll be talking to many of the writers taking part, and moderating some of the events, and featuring everything we do on our Bookmarks book website.
 
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Podcasts – The Bookworm Literary Festival
 
Beijing | A Celebration of Literature & Ideas
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2009
 
RTHK Radio 3 is the Radio Partner for the Festival, and will interview many of the authors who have participated in. Here are full versions, which only available in here. Listen to streaming versions or download to the portable devices at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2008
 
The 2008 Literary Festival drew some of the biggest names in modern writing to Hong Kong for an intense programme of talks, workshops, readings and literary lunches.
 
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RTHK:2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival
 
RTHK Radio 3 was the Radio Partner for "2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival", and interviewed many of the authors who took part. Here are full versions, unheard on the radio, of those interviews and a discussion for you to download and listen to at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2011
 
RTHK Radio 3 is proud to present The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2011. This year as usual, our presenters Sarah Passmore and Hugh Chiverton will talk to writers from around the world and discuss their work and writing. Happy Listening! Happy Reading!
 
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RTHK:2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival
 
RTHK Radio 3 was the Radio Partner for "2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival", and interviewed many of the authors who took part. Here are full versions, unheard on the radio, of those interviews and a discussion for you to download and listen to at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2009
 
RTHK Radio 3 is the Radio Partner for the Festival, and will interview many of the authors who have participated in. Here are full versions, which only available in here. Listen to streaming versions or download to the portable devices at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2008
 
The 2008 Literary Festival drew some of the biggest names in modern writing to Hong Kong for an intense programme of talks, workshops, readings and literary lunches.
 
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The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2013
 
RTHK Radio 3 is proud to be a media partner of The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2013. Our presenters Noreen Mir and Reenita Malhotra Hora will be talking to authors from around the world about their writings and works. You also can hear highlights of some literary events and talks throughout the 11-day festival in our Bookmarks book website. Enjoy Reading! Happy Listening!
 
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RTHK︰The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006
 
RTHK Radio 3 collaborated with The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006 as moderators of three discussion sessions and in a special series of interviews.
 
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RTHK:The Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2010
 
 
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Book Thingo: Readers talking about books we love, especially romance
 
Guests: Danielle Binks, Lauren Anderson, Rudi Bremer & Gabby | Host: Kat Mayo | Audio producer: Rudi Bremer | Recorded: 10/06/2017 Sydney For the first time in many years, I was actually enthused by the Sydney Writers’ Festival program. Not so much because it had romance (it didn’t), but because the festival had some excellent guests this year. ...…
 
It’s where it’s at! Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste present a brand new podcast for readers and writers which will bring you the latest news in the book world, interviews with the best writers, agents, publicists, editors, and literary agents in the business. Also, each week we'll hear from some of the best book reviewers around, who'll give us t ...…
 
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Podcast | Mark Dawson's Self Publishing Formula
 
Author Suzy K. Quinn has travelled a similar road to Mark Dawson’s – going from being a traditionally published writer to becoming an independent author with more control over her books and marketing. Not to mention a larger slice of the financial pie. This week’s key highlights: How Suzy’s writing career began and evolved Suzy’s foresight writ ...…
 
You’ll hear it in her voice. Melbourne-born Michelle Garnaut is not only a legendary restauranteur with a string of awards over a career that spans continents, she’s a high spirited enthusiastic adventurer who has made China the canvas on which she’s created a truly unique life. She came to Hong Kong from Australia knowing no one and now overse ...…
 
On this week s show, we travel to Greenville, Mississippi for their annual Delta Hot Tamale Festival. We begin by speaking with author Julia Reed, who participates as the festival s official Pizzazz Consultant. Julia s writing has graced the pages of Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue Magazine and Garden and Gun. She shares memories of th ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
Editor Krista Halverson and guest speakers celebrate the release of Shakespeare and Company, Paris: A History of the Rag & Bone Shop of the Heart, published by Shakespeare and Company Paris and edited with introduction by Krista Halverson. Foreword by Jeanette Winterson. Epilogue by Sylvia Whitman. A copiously illustrated account of City Lights ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
Editor Krista Halverson and guest speakers celebrate the release of Shakespeare and Company, Paris: A History of the Rag & Bone Shop of the Heart, published by Shakespeare and Company Paris and edited with introduction by Krista Halverson. Foreword by Jeanette Winterson. Epilogue by Sylvia Whitman. A copiously illustrated account of City Lights ...…
 
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Indie Film Hustle Podcast: Filmmaking | Film School | Screenwriting | Film Marketing | Independent Film | Cinematography | Film Festival | Filmmaking Podcasts | Short Films | Filmmakers | Film Festivals | Indie Film | Agents Managers | Advertising
 
Please note: Throwback Fridays are archival episodes from the Indie Film Hustle Podcast. After many requests from the IFH Tribe to bring back some of the show’s best episodes, I decided to create Throwback Fridays. These episodes will not be posted every week but at least twice a month…if not more. There’s so much amazing info and knowledge bom ...…
 
Lawyer and traditionally published author, Steve Cavanagh, talks to SPF about the joy of creating US-based legal thrillers and his own route to getting published and achieving bestseller status. This week’s key highlights: The numerous rejections Steve received before finding a publisher The genesis of ideas for Steve’s books Working with an ag ...…
 
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Lost the Plot Podcast
 
On Episode 15 of Lost the Plot we have Lesley Boland on the show to talk about independent publisher Blemish Books and the Pulpture art project at Noted Festival that upcycled books into artwork. Show Notes:Future Libraryhttps://www.facebook.com/Futurelibrary.no/posts/756937187813455https://www.futurelibrary.no/ Lost Rockshttp://www.apublishede ...…
 
This week my co-host Erica Lewis takes us to North Beach, a neighborhood famous for literature and music, and she reads a poem from her new collection Mary Wants to Be a Superwoman about her black, white and Cherokee heritage. Somehow we couldn’t fit in the fact that Flower Piano is back at the San Francisco Botanical Garden, or that this week ...…
 
Ruminate - Jamal Raslan Ruminate was a spoken word event organised by Poet X in February 2017 where we showcased among the biggest talents of the contemporary poetry scene. In this penultimate episode of the Ruminate series, we present you a poet who has an almost cult-like following in the scene. Through the years, Jamal has helped shape and m ...…
 
Melissa de la Cruz is the #1 New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and Publishers Weekly internationally bestselling author of many acclaimed novels. Her latest book ALEX & ELIZA is about the romance between Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler.With the current HAMILTON craze, this is expected to be one of the bigg ...…
 
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Gender Blender
 
CW: racism, suicidal ideationIn this episode Tai talks to Vivek Shraya. They discuss the influence of Hinduism on Vivek’s life and work, they talk about racism and being brown, and they chat about how being trans has and has not impacted her recent work.Vivek Shraya is a Toronto-based artist whose body of work includes several albums, films, an ...…
 
Listen back to authors Danielle McLaughlin and Roisín O'Donnell reading from their collections and discussing their creative writing process. Recorded in the Central Library on 7 April 2017 as part of their Contemporary Irish Literature Series which took place during March and April 2017.Danielle’s debut collection of short stories Dinosaurs On ...…
 
This week, Jeff and Rebecca discuss new info about the the Game of Thrones Extended Universe, Oprah's Book Club rumblings, Well-Read Black Girl's conference, and much more. This episode is sponsored by: OwlCrate Audiobooks.com Links discussed in this episode: Book Riot's New Science Fiction & Fantasy Podcast: SFF Yeah Book Riot New Mystery/Thri ...…
 
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Drunk in a Graveyard
 
The weeks episode finds the crew hanging out at the Barshed, talking about the French horror film festival darling Raw, a movie about coming of age and cannibalism. The crew also talks about The Boy on the Bridge (the literary sequel to The Girl With All The Gifts written by M.R. Carrey) the psychiatric benefits of eating human flesh, the recen ...…
 
As a writer and advocate Dame Fiona Kidman has contributed an astonishing amount to NZ literature. Born in Hawera in 1940, she has published more than 30 works – fiction, non-fiction, short stories, poetry, plays – and has been a script writer, radio producer, journalist and librarian. She has won several national and international awards, hold ...…
 
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The Kindle Chronicles
 
Co-founder and chief publishing officer of Unbound Interview starts at 8:56 and ends at 42:25 “It’s not so much the elephant in the room. We are the room inside the elephant, if you look at the size that Amazon is growing as an online retailer. That kind of troubles me, because I feel a little bit like when publishing does get round to direct-t ...…
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
On this episode of West Texas Talk, Elise sits down with author and Lannan Fellow Emily Raboteau. Raboteau is the author of a novel, The Professor’s Daughter (Henry Holt) and a work of creative nonfiction, Searching for Zion (Grove/Atlantic), named a best book of 2013 by The Huffington Post and The San Francisco Chronicle, a finalist for the Hu ...…
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
On this episode of West Texas Talk, Elise sits down with author and Lannan Fellow Emily Raboteau. Raboteau is the author of a novel, The Professor’s Daughter (Henry Holt) and a work of creative nonfiction, Searching for Zion (Grove/Atlantic), named a best book of 2013 by The Huffington Post and The San Francisco Chronicle, a finalist for the Hu ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes devorah major, who celebrates the release of her new book of poetry and then we became published by City Lights Books. devorah major is California born, San Francisco raised, granddaughter of immigrants, documented and undocumented, devorah major served as San Francisco’s Third Poet Laureate (2002-2006). She has published t ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes devorah major, who celebrates the release of her new book of poetry and then we became published by City Lights Books. devorah major is California born, San Francisco raised, granddaughter of immigrants, documented and undocumented, devorah major served as San Francisco’s Third Poet Laureate (2002-2006). She has published t ...…
 
We reconnect after a few weeks out in the field to discuss upcoming film festivals, concerts, coffee shops, donut shops, a new literary podcast, and more!
 
The Valois Tapestries are a series of eight tapestries depicting festivities or 'magnificences' at the Court of France in the second half of the 16th century. The tapestries were worked in the Spanish Netherlands, probably in Brussels or Antwerp, shortly after 1580. Stephanie Merrit @thestephmerritt is an English critic and feature writer who h ...…
 
The Valois Tapestries are a series of eight tapestries depicting festivities or 'magnificences' at the Court of France in the second half of the 16th century. The tapestries were worked in the Spanish Netherlands, probably in Brussels or Antwerp, shortly after 1580. Stephanie Merrit @thestephmerritt is an English critic and feature writer who h ...…
 
The Valois Tapestries are a series of eight tapestries depicting festivities or 'magnificences' at the Court of France in the second half of the 16th century. The tapestries were worked in the Spanish Netherlands, probably in Brussels or Antwerp, shortly after 1580. Stephanie Merrit @thestephmerritt is an English critic and feature writer who h ...…
 
The Valois Tapestries are a series of eight tapestries depicting festivities or 'magnificences' at the Court of France in the second half of the 16th century. The tapestries were worked in the Spanish Netherlands, probably in Brussels or Antwerp, shortly after 1580. Stephanie Merrit @thestephmerritt is an English critic and feature writer who h ...…
 
After five years at Cal State Monterey Bay, CSU Summer Arts is back at Fresno State starting June 25. This month of lectures and performances draws people from around the country including the cinematographer who blew up the the Death Star in the original "Star Wars" movie. A Brooklyn-based group that uses dance to address social and political ...…
 
After five years at Cal State Monterey Bay, CSU Summer Arts is back at Fresno State starting June 25. This month of lectures and performances draws people from around the country including the cinematographer who blew up the the Death Star in the original "Star Wars" movie. A Brooklyn-based group that uses dance to address social and political ...…
 
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San Miguel TalkStory
 
San Miguel TalkStory is a bilingual monthly podcast presented by the San Miguel Literary Sala and San Miguel Storytellers. This month’s story, 'Worms' was performed by Diana Spechler at the 2016 San Miguel Storytelling Festival.Diana Spechler is the author of the novels Who By Fire (Harper Perennial, 2008) and Skinny (Harper Perennial, 2011), o ...…
 
James Heneage is a founder of the Chalke Valley History Festival and was founder of the Ottakar’s chain of bookshops which was sold to Waterstones in 2006. He is a former Chairman of the Cheltenham Literary Festival and a Booker Prize judge. www.cvhf.org.uk
 
James Heneage is a founder of the Chalke Valley History Festival and was founder of the Ottakar’s chain of bookshops which was sold to Waterstones in 2006. He is a former Chairman of the Cheltenham Literary Festival and a Booker Prize judge. www.cvhf.org.uk
 
Stephen Sackur is at the 2017 Hay Literary Festival to speak to the US Senator Bernie Sanders - the longest serving independent in US congressional history. He was credited with injecting passion and belief into the race for 2016’s Democratic presidential nomination - a race that was eventually won by Hillary Clinton. But did he plant the seeds ...…
 
Stephen Sackur is at the 2017 Hay Literary Festival to speak to the US Senator Bernie Sanders - the longest serving independent in US congressional history. He was credited with injecting passion and belief into the race for 2016’s Democratic presidential nomination - a race that was eventually won by Hillary Clinton. But did he plant the seeds ...…
 
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Guille-Allès Public Library Podcast
 
Adam talks to historian, polar guide, and proud Guernseyman Huw Lewis-Jones. Speaking at the Guernsey Literary Festival, Huw discusses growing up in Guernsey, his life as a 'part-time explorer', and his latest work 'Explorers' Sketchbooks', bringing to life the experiences of explorers like Edmund Hillary, Charles Darwin, and Apollo astronaut A ...…
 
In this conversation with Molly Schulman, aa freelance editor who was the former in-house editor at a New York literary agency, we discuss what it’s like to edit authors such as Elizabeth Strout and Ruth Ozeki, as well as her own experiences as a poet and writer/ performer of a one-woman show now at work on a novel. We talk about trying to be a ...…
 
This week The Verb is coming from the BBC Tent at Hay Festival. Joining Ian are...Elizabeth Strout is the Pulitzer Prize winning author of 'Olive Kitteridge' (Penguin). Her latest book is 'Anything is Possible'.Owen Sheers is a poet and playwright and the presenter of the BBC 4 series 'A Poet's Guide to Britain'. His film poem 'The Green Hollow ...…
 
This week The Verb is coming from the BBC Tent at Hay Festival. Joining Ian are...Elizabeth Strout is the Pulitzer Prize winning author of 'Olive Kitteridge' (Penguin). Her latest book is 'Anything is Possible'.Owen Sheers is a poet and playwright and the presenter of the BBC 4 series 'A Poet's Guide to Britain'. His film poem 'The Green Hollow ...…
 
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RTÉ - The Ray Darcy Show
 
We’re in studio 7 today and we have live music this Thursday afternoon! Maria Doyle Kennedy is here, accompanied by Kieran Kennedy. If you'd like to catch Maria live in action, she's performing at the Literary Festival Inishboffin tomorrow and heading to Seattle in July.
 
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RTÉ - The Ryan Tubridy Show
 
Alice's parents are both from Carrigeen, Killarney, but she was born in New York and moved here with her husband in 1995. Se is now writing her memoir. She will be hosting a diary workshop on 18th July as part of the West Cork Literary Festival
 
Welcome to episode 31 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews prolific author Harper Bliss and her wife Caroline. Together the duo run their small press, Ladylit Publishing, which as well as publishing all of Harper’s books has also just launched MyLesfic.com, a new discount lesbian fiction newsletter. Harper is a ...…
 
Austin tells us how he finds a little space for himself. This true, first person story was recorded in front of a live audience at The Fringe Club in November 2016 for a special show for the Hong Kong International Literary Festival. Our storytellers are regular people, just like you, who decided to give storytelling a try! If you want to learn ...…
 
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Guille-Allès Public Library Podcast
 
Adam talks to novelist Clare Mackintosh, author of monster hits 'I Let You Go' and 'I See You'. Speaking at the Guernsey Literary Festival, Clare discusses her previous career in the police force and how it affects her writing, how the success of 'I Let You Go' changed her life, and the lengths she had to go to in order to avoid the dreaded 'se ...…
 
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