Best new novel podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Virtual Vice - a new technology crime novel based on true events
 
jmkays thriller www.virtualvice.net ISBN-10:1439201315
 
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Virtual Vice - A new technology crime novel based on true events
 
In Virtual Vice by Jason M. Kays, readers follow disillusioned entertainment attorney Ian McKenzie as his professional life takes a decided turn for the questionable when he is hired by the charismatic and dangerous Scott White to represent Scott’s interests in his cutting edge Internet startup, Metropoleis Multimedia. Unfortunately for Ian, Scott has more in common with Scarface’s Tony Montana than Apple’s Steve Jobs, and things go from questionable to deadly in no time flat. As Scott’s con ...
 
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Notes From the Upper West Side - The Podcasts
 
A modern fable of sex, betrayal, and a tobacco that tastes like a lady...
 
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Santa Claus and Little Sister
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Interactive discussions on teenage problems, with focus on teen suicide, its catalytic signs and symptoms, and prevention techniques we can use effectively today.Hosted by Dr. Brian G Snow, author of "Santa Claus and Little Sister", Inspired by the poem "To Santa Claus and Little Sisters" by Anonymous.Please visit: http://tosantaclaus.netSpecial Guests Weekly.
 
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Psychiatry Today
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Join Dr. Scot Bay every Wednesday night at 7PM while he discusses Psychiatry and mental health with guests.Scot Bay, MD is Board Certified in Psychiatry, and has a private practice in Roswell, GA. He majored in Psychology at the University of Rochester and attended medical school at New York Medical College. He completed his residency in Psychiatry at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City. He was clinical director of an outpatient clinic at St. Vincent's Hospital in Harrison, New York unti ...
 
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Classic Comics Review
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A weekly podcast reviewing classic issues of some of your favorite comic books. Cory and Cyric are a father and son who both love comics and graphic novels. Together they'll read and discuss a new issue or novel each week and give their perspectives from different generations.
 
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Graphic Panels is a Graphic Novel discussion group hosted by BSI Comics in the Greater New Orleans area. The group meets on the first Thursday every month to discuss last months selection and to choose the upcoming choice. Meetings start at 6:30pm at BSI Comics, located at 3030 Severn Ave., Metairie, LA 70002. For more information call 504-885-5250.
 
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Enough for Four – The Jane Doe Polyamory Poly Novel Experiment
 
Creating A New Novel. Writing One Chapter Weekly. Podcasting As I Go. Welcome to The Experiment.
 
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American Gods
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Converting Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" from novel to TV show is no easy feat. With complex symbolism and a massive cast including Ian McShane and Crispin Glover, things will get hairy. That's why the American Gods podcast is here! Following on the heels of their hit "Westworld" podcast, the Shat on TV team works with the audience to explain old gods and new through interactive episodes and well-researched insights. Leave a Review - https://shatontv.com/american-gods-review Subscribe & Soci ...
 
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The Moby-Dick Big Read
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‘I have written a blasphemous book’, said Melville when his novel was first published in 1851, ‘and I feel as spotless as the lamb’. Deeply subversive, in almost every way imaginable, Moby-Dick is a virtual, alternative bible – and as such, ripe for reinterpretation in this new world of new media. Out of Dominion was born its bastard child – or perhaps its immaculate conception – the Moby-Dick Big Read: an online version of Melville’s magisterial tome: each of its 135 chapters read out aloud ...
 
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Infected by Scott Sigler
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Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all hav ...
 
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
 
An acclaimed children’s classic depicting the odd, but riveting journeys of the curious Alice as she explores the surreal world of Wonderland. Written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson or better known under his pseudonym Lewis Caroll, this episodic novel is assembled in twelve chapters each containing a prominent adventure. The departure from logic and its embracement of pure imagination is what makes Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland a model for fantasy novels and a timeless classic. The novel beg ...
 
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A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
 
Burroughs’ first published book, as well as the first book in the Barsoom series, A Princess of Mars is a science fiction novel following the adventures of the heroic John Carter, after he is mysteriously transported to the planet Mars where he meets its divided inhabitants. The novel is considered to be a seminal for the planetary romance, which is a sub-genre of science fantasy. Burroughs’ book has also inspired a number of well known science fiction writers during the beginning of the 20t ...
 
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Douglas Coupland Video Podcast
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Enjoy the interview with Douglas Coupland as he talks about his new novel, Generation A.
 
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Podcast | Mark Dawson's Self Publishing Formula
 
Mark Dawson is a best selling self-published author on multiple platforms including Amazon and Kobo. He is the author of the John Milton thriller series and its spin-off Beatrix Rose. In addition, he’s written several ‘Soho Noir' novels. Mark’s breakthrough came when he developed a marketing strategy for promoting and selling his books. His swift success enabled him to quit his 9 to 5 job and he has generated gross revenues of more than a million dollars in less than five years. Mark has bec ...
 
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See Tom Run - A Podcast Novel
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Hear the latest episodes of See Tom Run, a new mystery novel by Scott Wittenburg.
 
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Pride and Prejudice (version 4) by AUSTEN, Jane
 
Pride and Prejudice is Jane Austen's classic comic romance, in which the five Bennett sisters try to find that most elusive creature: a single man in possession of a large fortune. Sparks fly when sweet, pretty Jane meets their new neighbor, Mr. Bingley, but her sister Elizabeth is most offended by his haughty friend, Mr. Darcy. This is Austen at the height of her powers: the ironic narration, hilariously drawn supporting characters, and romantic suspense make this her most enduringly popula ...
 
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
 
Regarded as the pride and joy of American literature, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a picturesque novel depicting Huck’s epic journey from boyhood to manhood and the struggles he must face living in a corrupt society. The novel serves as a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, another famous work by Mark Twain. The plot unfolds in several locations sometime before the Civil War. The book opens with a description of Huck’s new life as he undergoes a process of “civilization” while l ...
 
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Moby Dick by Herman Melville
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“Call me Ishmael” is one of the most famous opening lines in American literature. With these words, opens one of the strangest and most gripping stories ever written about the sea and sea-faring. Moby Dick by Herman Melville is today considered one of the greatest novels written in America but paradoxically, it was a miserable failure when it first made its debut in 1851. Entitled Moby Dick or The Whale the book finally got its due after the author's death and is now regarded as a classic po ...
 
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Weekly Light Novel Reviews
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A new light novel reviewed every week!
 
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Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
 
Set in nineteenth century New England, Little Women follows the lives of the four March sisters-Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. The novel is a classic rites of passage story, that has often split literature critics but has been adored by many over the years. Intended as a book for young girls, the book is too sentimental for some but plenty of adults and young men have Little Women firmly featured in their best books of all time. The pace of the novel can be slow at times and the language almost too ...
 
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The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne
 
The Mysterious Island is another exquisite novel written by the master of adventure writing, Jules Verne. The novel has been seen as the sequel to two other famous novels written by the same author: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and In Search of the Castaway. The story revolves around five Americans who live in a dark and harsh environment as prisoners of the American Civil War. Depleted by famine and death all around them, the five war prisoners take a big risk and escape by hijacki ...
 
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Pride and Prejudice: Lit Edition
 
An unabridged read through of Jane Austen's classic romantic novel, updated for today's web-savvy teenagers with hip new language. This version of Pride and Prejudice is NSFW.
 
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The Experience 50 Podcast for Midlife
 
Someday has become right now and host Mary Rogers will guide and entertain you as you pivot to fine tune your career, relationships, finances and lifestyle for this chapter of your life. A certified small business consultant, former business owner and talk radio host, Mary Rogers is a shoulder-shaking truth-teller who gives you the tools to change your life. Start a new business or write your novel, but start now! The podcast features real conversations with real people and guests with exper ...
 
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Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
 
Montgomery’s literary classic recounts the exciting adventures undertaken by the fiery eleven-year-old Anne Shirley, an orphan girl accidentally adopted by middle aged siblings Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert. A coming-of-age novel, Anne of Green Gables focuses on Anne’s new life at Green Gables farm in Avonlea and her adjustment into the Prince Edward Island community. The story launches when the aging siblings Matthew and Marilla decide that they could use an extra hand around their farm, and ...
 
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Mike Bennett Podcasts
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(Underwood and Flinch) One of the best podcasts ever - Walt Kolenda, Examiner.com The vampire novel, Underwood and Flinch, is just one of the works you will find in this feed. It also includes Mike Bennett's other podcasts which feature readings of classic stories by authors like H.P. Lovecraft. Underwood and Flinch: All David Flinch ever wanted was a normal life. But when you're a member of the Flinch family, normal has never been easy. For hundreds of years, the eldest male Flinch has been ...
 
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Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton
 
Ethan Frome is a novel published in 1911 by the Pulitzer Prize-winning American author Edith Wharton. It is set in the fictitious town of Starkfield, Massachusetts, New England, where an unnamed narrator tells the story of his encounter with Ethan Frome, a man with dreams and desires that end in an ironic turn of events. (
 
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Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
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Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey is a book about the life of Catherine Morland and her romantic relationships. The novel is divided into two parts; the first part begins with Catherine’s visit to Bath and her relationship with Henry Tilney and the other people she met there, and the second part starts with the arrival of Frederick Tilney and her visit to Northanger Abbey. This book alongside Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility is considered one of the major works of Jane Austen. The ...
 
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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
 
Set in the first half of the 19th century, the classic novel presents the story of young orphan Oliver Twist, who endures tumultuous events in a society burdened by poverty, crime and malice. After being poorly treated in a workhouse, Oliver escapes to London where instead of finding a better life he ends up tangled in a web of criminal activities. The novel opens with the introduction of Oliver, a waif who has spent his short life living in miserable conditions in a workhouse. Along with ot ...
 
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Hey Kids, Comics!
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Hey Kids, Comics! is a semi-regular Internet Radio Show in which your hosts, Father and Son Andrew & Micheal Leyland, will pick an issue, story arc, creator or character from the myriad of comics available to talk about and dissect. It can be old or new, a major publisher or an indie, Superhero or Vertigo, heck, a TV show or novel - the sky's the limit as long as the Father & Son duo can find something to argure about. What makes us different from all the other comics podcasts? Glad you aske ...
 
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The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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The extraordinary child-adult Prince Myshkin, confined for several years in a Swiss sanatorium suffering from severe epilepsy, returns to Russia to claim his inheritance and to find a place in healthy human society.The teeming St Petersburg community he enters is far from receptive to an innocent like himself, despite some early successes and relentless pursuit by grotesque fortune-hunters. His naive gaucheries give rise to extreme reactions among his new acquaintance, ranging from anguished ...
 
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Emma by Jane Austen
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A comedy of manners, Emma portrays the spoilt, snobbish, yet charming Emma Woodhouse as she delightfully interferes in the relationships of others without taking much notice of her own heart. Although quick to make prejudgments and decisions, Emma is eventually able to notice her mistakes, and it is this revelation that makes her an endearing heroine and an inspiration to women throughout. Austen has not only created, but also brought to life the world inhabited by her characters through her ...
 
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The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
 
Written by French author Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo follows the life of Edmond Dantes as he embarks on a journey of revenge after being wrongly imprisoned and set up by none other than his so-called friends. Set during the years after the fall of Napoleon’s empire, the story unwinds in several locations including Paris, Marseilles, Rome, Monte Cristo and Constantinople. A handsome young sailor and soon to be ship captain Edmond Dantes seems to have it all in life, as he retur ...
 
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Iracema, the Honey-Lips: a Legend of Brazil by ALENCAR, José de
 
Iracema (translated as Iracema, the Honey Lips: a legend of Brazil) is considered one of the most important books of Brazilian romanticism, but also of Brazilian literature as a whole. It's been called a poem in prose, a poetic novel, a fictional-historical novel, an indianist novel, an epic-lyric narrative, a mythic poem. The obvious difficulty in defining this work shows its many facets: legendary, narrative, poetic, lyric, mythic. The story revolves around the unexpected appearance of a P ...
 
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Underwood and Flinch
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All David Flinch ever wanted was a normal life. But when you're a member of the Flinch family, normal has never been easy. For hundreds of years, the eldest male Flinch has been servant and guardian to the Lord Underwood. While the Flinches have changed through the generations, Underwood, a vampire, has been eternal. David had hoped to be spared the horror of serving his family's lord and master, but when he is summoned to the Flinch home in Spain by his dying older brother, he knows his luc ...
 
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Children of the New Forest (version 2), The by MARRYAT, Frederick
 
The Children of the New Forest is a children's novel published in 1847 by Frederick Marryat. It is set in the time of the English Civil War and the Commonwealth. The story follows the fortunes of the four Beverley children who are orphaned during the war, and hide from their Roundhead oppressors in the shelter of the New Forest where they learn to live off the land. The story begins in 1647 when King Charles I has been defeated in the civil war and has fled from London towards the New Forest ...
 
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Dead Hunt
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Off the coast of Nova Scotia on a remote island, a lonely scientist, a powerful computer and a simple mistake unleash a new threat, somewhere in the hills of Margaree. Dead Hunt is the chilling tale of a desperate father’s undying love, a daughter frozen in time, and the small group of teens trapped in the aftermath of walking dead. Kenn Crawford's Zombie novel is narrated by R.E. Chambliss (Dreaming of Deliverance), and features the voice talents of: Kimi Alexandre, Brian Brown, Ry Stevenso ...
 
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Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
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Virginia Woolf is one of the most influential and controversial feminine figures in the literary life of the London society. Night and Day is one of her first novels published in 1919 which displays the moral and spiritual issues that people confront. The author herself was an emotionally unstable person, her episodes of mental illness and suicidal depression being recurrent and always brought into the public attention. The novel revolves around the life of the main character, Katherine Hilb ...
 
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Lilith by George MacDonald
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A fantasy novel first published in 1895, Lilith follows a young man on his inter-dimensional journey of spiritual discovery, as he acquaints himself with his family’s past and unearths a life-changing secret. Moreover, it deals with the introspection of its protagonist, as he is hurled into a mysterious setting where he encounters bizarre creatures that challenge the validity of his temporal values. Examining issues including the essence of life, wisdom, death, redemption, and salvation, the ...
 
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Mansfield Park by Jane Austen
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One of the most controversial novels written by Austen, Mansfield Park follows the life of the young heroine Fanny Price as she searches for her place in society. Set in early 19th century England, the classic novel depicts the social issues of the time including marriage, social mobility and morality. The classic centers on the life of the poor young girl Fanny Price, who is the oldest daughter of nine siblings. Her father is a former naval officer and a heavy drinker, while her mother has ...
 
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Les Misérables by Victor Hugo
 
Victor Hugo's Les Misérables is a novel which tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean, his struggles and eventual redemption. It's hailed by many critics as not just Victor Hugo's finest work but also one of the best French novels of all time. Like most epic novels written in the 19th century, the storyline of Les Misérables spans through several decades beginning in the early 1800s and culminating in the 1832 June Rebellion in Paris. The events related to the lives of the central charact ...
 
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The Beasts of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs
 
Originally featured as a five-part serial in All-Story Cavalier magazine in 1914 and later published in book form in 1916, The Beasts of Tarzan is the third book in the gripping Tarzan series. Shifting from London to the natural African scenery, the novel follows Tarzan as he finds himself in the wicked ploy of old enemies, which launches him into a mission to save his beloved wife and son, while also caring for his own welfare. Furthermore, he must go back to his previous life and reclaim h ...
 
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Dear Enemy by Jean Webster
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Dear Enemy is the sequel to Jean Webster’s novel Daddy-Long-Legs. The story as presented in a series of letters written by Sallie McBride, Judy Abbott’s college mate in Daddy-Long-Legs. Among the recipients of the letters are the president of the orphanage where Sallie is filling in until a new director can be installed, his wife (Judy Abbott of Daddy-Long-Legs), and the orphanage’s doctor (to whom Sallie addresses her letters: “Dear Enemy”).
 
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And Sons Magazine
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We are brothers, adventure seekers, writers, sons. We aim to explore what it means to live with authentic masculinity as we step into the many intersecting systems that compose our world today.This podcast was born out of a shared desire to see quality content address a wider landscape than what most people would assume to be “Christian” or “masculine” or “Millennial.” The name “And Sons” calls upon the history of apprenticeship, of following in our fathers' footsteps, of a shared experience ...
 
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All Stories Are Fiction
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Stories from the renowned monologist Mike Daisey. He’s been hailed as “the master storyteller” by the New York Times, and compared to a modern-day Mark Twain for his provocative monologues that combine the personal and the political, weaving secret histories with hilarity and heart. His stories include ALL THE FACES OF THE MOON, a 29-night, 40-hour monologue that is a living theatrical novel performed at the Public Theater in NYC. Find out more at mikedaisey.com.
 
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Ulysses by James Joyce
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Banned in the United States and United Kingdom throughout the 1920s, Ulysses turned conventional ideas of the novel inside out with its bold new form, style and theme. Deeply rooted in the Greek myth of the hero of the Trojan War, Joyce bases his novel on Ulysses or Odysseus, who is doomed to voyage for ten years before returning home to Ithaca. Joyce had been deeply influenced by the Iliad and the Odyssey, which he had read from Charles Lamb's adaptations as a child. In fact, he considered ...
 
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Get to the Good Part
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Our first forty weeks of the podcast will be dedicated to discussing New York Times Bestselling Novel Ready Player One. We'll be discussing a chapter each week for the next forty weeks. Thanks for listening!Contact us:Twitter: @gttgppodEmail: gttgp.pod@gmail.comBlog: www.gttgp.com
 
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Custom of the Country (version 2), The by WHARTON, Edith
 
Edith Wharton's 1913 novel is a devastating critique of American upward mobility, told through the journey of Undine Spragg from fictional Midwestern Apex City to New York to Paris. Undine is determined to acquire money and position through marriage, even if it means multiple divorces. - Summary by Elizabeth Klett
 
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House of Mirth, The by WHARTON, Edith
 
The House of Mirth (1905), by Edith Wharton, is a novel about New York socialite Lily Bart attempting to secure a husband and a place in rich society. It is one of the first novels of manners in American literature, and one of the first to openly explore how American Victorian society offered little social mobility for women. (Summary from Wikipedia).
 
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Childhood (English trans.) by Leo Tolstoy
 
Childhood, published in 1852, is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy’s autobiographical trilogy, which also includes Boyhood, and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was twenty-three, the book gained immediate notice among Russian writers including Ivan Turgenev, and heralded the young Tolstoy as a major figure in Russian letters. Childhood is an expressionist exploration of the internal life of a young boy, Nikolenka, and was a new form in Russian writing, mixing fact, fiction and emotions to render t ...
 
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The Kindle Chronicles
 
Reader’s Advisory Librarian at Seattle Public Library Interview starts at 12:20 and ends at 37:05 “The Seattle Library has seen an exponential growth in our e-book usage, which like elsewhere is not cutting into our print usage. It’s additive, which is really interesting to say. Same with audiobooks. These new formats just seem to bring new peo ...…
 
Dr. Matthew Spalding - associate vice president and dean of educational programs for Hillsdale College in Washington, D.C. He oversees the operations of the Kirby CenterDon Winslow - New York Times best-selling author of 20 novels including the blockbuster “The Cartel” and now, most recently of “The Force”…
 
This week on "State of Wonder," singer Beth Ditto breaks out from her band Gossip, the Slants gets their big day at the Supreme Court, and we look back on Thara Memory's complicated legacy.After Years of Fighting, The Slants Prevail at the Supreme Court - 1:23This week the United States Supreme Court cleared the way for the Portland dance rock ...…
 
Crime Corner host and author MATT COYLE welcomes former policewoman and award-winning author ROBIN BURCELL to his debut broadcast. Robin Burcell spent nearly three decades working in law enforcement as a police officer, hostage negotiator, criminal investigator and FBI Academy-trained forensic artist. Burcell currently co-writes with internatio ...…
 
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Barbara Bourland, whose new book I'LL EAT WHEN I'M DEAD is now available. Barbara Bourland lives in Baltimore, MD. Formerly, she was a freelance writer for Forbes Traveler, Condé Nast Digital's Concierge.com, and a web producer for O, The Oprah Magazine and OWN, The Oprah Winfrey Network. She is an act ...…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Legends and Lore, your one-stop podcast for the unified canon of Star Wars, and the Legends that inspire it. In this episode we: Discuss some MAJOR announcements regarding the future of the podcast (listen to the show to find out what they are) Discuss all the book-related news out of Star Wars Celebration. Discuss T ...…
 
Welcome to a new episode of Legends and Lore, your one-stop podcast for the unified canon of Star Wars, and the Legends that inspire it. In this episode we: Discuss some MAJOR announcements regarding the future of the podcast (listen to the show to find out what they are) Discuss all the book-related news out of Star Wars Celebration. Discuss T ...…
 
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Fanthropological
 
What makes 007 oh-so-beloved by fans? On this week’s episode, the Nickscast (and special guest friend, Tom) talk about why it is that folks are such a fan of the intruiging English spy, James Bond! Next week, we’ll be dipping our toes into the Whedonverse as we talk about fans of Firefly: Browncoats! Episode outline Last Episode’s Famous Last W ...…
 
HARI SREENIVASAN: As the battle over health care rages in Congress, one constant complaint from consumers is over drug prices. Judy Woodruff is in Colorado with our look at that issue — Judy. JUDY WOODRUFF: Thanks, Hari. The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers association, or PhRMA, is the nation’s largest group representing drug companie ...…
 
Episode 71 of CasterQuest recaps chapter 22-24 in our "The Wise Man's Fear" book club, from the second novel of Patrick Rothfuss' bestselling fantasy series- "The Kingkiller Chronicle".In this episode- Kvothe hones his skills in adept sympathy, sharing an enlightening conversation with Elxa Dal about Naming. A fruitless search for dinner in Imr ...…
 
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Radio New Zealand - All Programmes
 
Part of the reason people are suspicious of severe depression is that we're all a little depressed, says writer Daphne Merkin.
 
Part of the reason people are suspicious of severe depression is that we're all a little depressed, says writer Daphne Merkin.
 
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Unprepared
 
This week Jesse and Kevin talk about important books, holidays in June, Buck Mulligan, new holidays, moon shoes, MILF Island, the assassination of JFK, a potato stool sculpture, pants that get hot in the summer, empty cities, two Six Flagses, butter sculpture, day trippin', kolaches, confederate monuments, communicating through Crazy Ex-Girlfri ...…
 
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The Author Stories Podcast - Author Interviews, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, Ernest Cline, Robin Hobb, Diana Gabaldon
 
In today’s episode, my guest is Fredrik Backman, author of A Man Called Ove and his new release Bear Town. We talk about his journey from blogger to novelist, his humble beginnings driving a forklift, what it’s like when your book becomes an international phenomenon, staying humble throughout the process, what writing has afforded him in his pe ...…
 
Today we are excited to welcome award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson to the Why I Write podcast. Our Annual Convention will be happening this November in St. Louis, and we are excited to have Jacqueline as one of our Keynote Speakers. Register today so that you don’t miss out on any of the amazing content, meetings, and happenings. Jacquelin ...…
 
I feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to speak with Jennifer Manuel in May about her book, The Heaviness of Things That Float. I have so much to say about this novel and our conversation! But let me start with this: the novel is exceptionally well written. Jennifer is a master craftswoman who deserves to be widely read. The BC Book Prize ...…
 
A story from The Verge.Most of us think “perfect” memory means never forgetting, but maybe forgetting actually helps us navigate a world that is random and ever-changing.So say two neuroscientists in a review published today in the journal Neuron. The argument is that memory isn’t supposed to act like a video recorder, but instead like a list o ...…
 
David Drake discusses Starliner, his science fiction novel that’s now reissued in trade paperback with an excellent new cover by Dominic Harmon. Drake talks about the genesis of the book, discusses the characters and plot, and reminisces about the great steam liners of yore, from which he drew inspiration; and part six of the complete serializa ...…
 
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This Week in America with Ric Bratton
 
THRILL KILL new from Don Bruns Book 2 in the Quentin Archer mystery seriesThree murders so far. No apparent motive; no link between the victims; none of them have been robbed. One item ties them together: a can of spray gas known as Chill has been left at the scene of each crime. Is someone killing for kicks? With no leads to pursue and no witn ...…
 
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Hall of Blue Illumination
 
Welcome to The Hall of Blue Illumination, the podcast dedicated to the world of M.A.R. Barker’s Tékumel. In this episode, our hosts plumb the depths of Tékumel’s underworlds. How do underworlds differ from traditional dungeons? How can a referee entice players into these perilous places? And what will brave adventurers find once they’re down th ...…
 
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 ...…
 
WATCH the Hangin With Web Show on Youtube & SUBSCRIBE! (https://www.youtube.com/user/GarrettPomichter)Author Linda L. Zern lives, works, and dreams in Central Florida. Writing her way through the genre list, and starting with an illustrated inspirational book, "The Long-Promised Song," Ms. Zern's latest novel is a young adult, realistic, dystop ...…
 
by Joe L. Hensley “Lord Randy, My Son” was first printed in DANGEROUS VISIONS (1967) and appears here with the kind permission of the Hensley estate and the Virginia Kidd Agency. This is the second of Ellison’s Dangerous Visions to appear here on PseudoPod. Make sure to check out Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird by Sonya Dorman. JOE L. HENSLEY was a l ...…
 
by Joe L. Hensley “Lord Randy, My Son” was first printed in DANGEROUS VISIONS (1967) and appears here with the kind permission of the Hensley estate and the Virginia Kidd Agency. This is the second of Ellison’s Dangerous Visions to appear here on PseudoPod. Make sure to check out Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird by Sonya Dorman. JOE L. HENSLEY was a l ...…
 
by Joe L. Hensley “Lord Randy, My Son” was first printed in DANGEROUS VISIONS (1967) and appears here with the kind permission of the Hensley estate and the Virginia Kidd Agency. This is the second of Ellison’s Dangerous Visions to appear here on PseudoPod. Make sure to check out Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird by Sonya Dorman. JOE L. HENSLEY was a l ...…
 
by Joe L. Hensley “Lord Randy, My Son” was first printed in DANGEROUS VISIONS (1967) and appears here with the kind permission of the Hensley estate and the Virginia Kidd Agency. This is the second of Ellison’s Dangerous Visions to appear here on PseudoPod. Make sure to check out Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird by Sonya Dorman. JOE L. HENSLEY was a l ...…
 
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by Joe L. Hensley “Lord Randy, My Son” was first printed in DANGEROUS VISIONS (1967) and appears here with the kind permission of the Hensley estate and the Virginia Kidd Agency. This is the second of Ellison’s Dangerous Visions to appear here on PseudoPod. Make sure to check out Go, Go, Go, Said the Bird by Sonya Dorman. JOE L. HENSLEY was a l ...…
 
Artist/writer/colourist and letterer Michael Bloom sits in to discuss his project, Italiano. Check out the kickstarter now and pledge to support this super exciting and original new book!
 
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Lizard People (Comedy & Conspiracy Theories)
 
JD Salinger’s seminal novel Catcher In The Rye has been THE classic teen angst bible for half a century. It’s beloved by alienated teens and weird adults alike. But what if the book is more than just the story of an emo little shithead wandering around New York City? What if it’s a government tool used to trigger assassins? OR ALTERNATIVELY wha ...…
 
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Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
 
Today I chat with Dr. Kecia Ali, Professor of Religion at Boston University, and author of a new book, Human in Death: Morality and Mortality in JD Robb’s Novels. We discuss what inspired her to write a book about the series, which is now 45+ books in, and what she discovered with her multiple and attentive re-reads of key novels. We talk about ...…
 
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Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
 
Today I chat with Dr. Kecia Ali, Professor of Religion at Boston University, and author of a new book, Human in Death: Morality and Mortality in JD Robb’s Novels. We discuss what inspired her to write a book about the series, which is now 45+ books in, and what she discovered with her multiple and attentive re-reads of key novels. We talk about ...…
 
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Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
 
Today I chat with Dr. Kecia Ali, Professor of Religion at Boston University, and author of a new book, Human in Death: Morality and Mortality in JD Robb’s Novels. We discuss what inspired her to write a book about the series, which is now 45+ books in, and what she discovered with her multiple and attentive re-reads of key novels. We talk about ...…
 
New York Times and USA Today Best-selling author Mary Kubica (“The Good Girl”) joins Justin to discuss her latest novel, “Every Last Lie.” Mary talks about writing a thriller, the importance of painting a realistic picture, pulling elements from her real life into her books, her process of putting a novel together, how true you have to be to th ...…
 
Gigi Best is an Author, Historian, Genealogist, Poet, Playwright, Journalist, Speaker and Antiquarian Bookstore Owner. While earning her A.A. and B.S. Degrees, she was awarded Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. While in her M. A. Program in English Literature and History, she received the All American Scholar awards. As a Federal ...…
 
Author Deborah Nelson joins Kate, Medaya, and Eric to discuss her new book Tough Enough about a five iconic 20th century women writers, plus one photographer, and their stylistic affinity - a rejection of sentimentality that challenged gender stereotypes. A fascinating discussion about six fascinating figures in the American pantheon: Susan Son ...…
 
Sarah grew up on Long Island and went to college in Waterville, Maine, where she published her first story, "Sick People". She got her MFA in creative writing from Columbia University, and currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughters. Her influences include Russell Banks, Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Shirley Jackson, Stephen K ...…
 
Wildlife sound operator and recordist Gregory Ovenden tries to think creatively about the sounds he records for Tweet of the Day. He tells the story of when he went to record birds walking on a frozen lake and came across a novel solution to record a Canada goose unable to grip the ice.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with i ...…
 
Wildlife sound operator and recordist Gregory Ovenden tries to think creatively about the sounds he records for Tweet of the Day. He tells the story of when he went to record birds walking on a frozen lake and came across a novel solution to record a Canada goose unable to grip the ice.Tweet of the Day has captivated the Radio 4 audience with i ...…
 
Author Deborah Nelson joins Kate, Medaya, and Eric to discuss her new book Tough Enough about a five iconic 20th century women writers, plus one photographer, and their stylistic affinity - a rejection of sentimentality that challenged gender stereotypes. A fascinating discussion about six fascinating figures in the American pantheon: Susan Son ...…
 
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In which John Green discusses the forthcoming release of Turtles All the Way Down, his first new novel since The Fault in Our Stars was published five and a half years ago. PREORDER IN THE U.S. US/CAN Hardcover http://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/299005/turtles-all-the-way-down-by-john-green/9780525555360US/CAN SIGNED Hardcover http://www.p ...…
 
John Galsworthy! Elizabeth Jane Howard! Circadian novels! Find out what that means, and much more, in episode 41. http://www.stuckinabook.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Tea-or-Books-episode-41.mp3 Guys, it was SUPER hot when we were recording this podcast. It’s rather cooler now that I’m editing, but I rather worry that I wasn’t making much sen ...…
 
Episode 85 is live! Download Direct as an MP3 Subscribe in a newsfeedreader (right-click, New Window/Tab) Subscribe in iTunes SHOW NOTES It’s our 9th anniversary! HOW THE HELL DID THAT HAPPEN? It’s also a few days after Father’s Day, so we’ve recruited Dayna’s dad John to join us this month to talk about multi-generational geekery! Have a liste ...…
 
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Adultery. War. Human sacrifice. Colm Tóibín’s new novel, “House of Names,” is a fresh take on an ancient Greek myth. King Agamemnon is about to set sail for Troy, but there’s no wind to fill his fleet’s sails. So, he chooses to offer a sacrifice to the Gods — his own daughter. The Guardian recently called Tóibín “a giant amongst storytellers.” ...…
 
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