Best womenwriters podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Good girls, wicked women: modern women writers
 
In this video podcast Professor Marion Wynne-Davies (Department of English, University of Surrey) discusses novels by 4 contemporary women writers.
 
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Good girls, wicked women: modern women writers
 
In this video podcast Professor Marion Wynne-Davies (Department of English, University of Surrey) discusses novels by 4 contemporary women writers.
 
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Women Writing for a Change: The Podcast Edition
 
Come listen to the Thousand Voices of Women Writing for a Change.
 
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The BinderCast
Monthly
 
The BinderCast is the only podcast exclusively devoted to women and gender non-conforming writers across genres and writing fields. In each episode, co-hosts Lux Alptraum and Leigh Stein tackle the essential questions of making it as a writer: when should you write for free? How do you balance your art with your day job? Who will give you permission to tell your story? The BinderCast is a production of Out of the Binders, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to increasing the diversity of voices in t ...
 
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The Corner Store Variety Show
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The Corner Store Variety Show is an original, scripted, sketch comedy podcast produced in Boston. We've got elevator-building squirrels, "The Dating Game" for moms, and chocolate chip aliens. Come here when you need a little bite of comedy.
 
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Hidden Histories: The New Statesman History Podcast
 
Welcome to Hidden Histories, hosted by Helen Lewis. In each series we explore a subject that the textbooks hid, held-back or hijacked, starting with “The Great Forgetting: women writers before Austen”. For more, head to newstatesman.com/podcast.
 
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American Women's Literature, 1847 to 1922 by VARIOUS
 
This is a collection of 20 short stories and long-form poetry by American women writers. (Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
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American Women's Literature, 1847 to 1922 by VARIOUS
 
This is a collection of 20 short stories and long-form poetry by American women writers. (Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
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21 Revolutions Podcast – Glasgow Women's Library
 
To mark Glasgow Women’s Library’s 21st anniversary, the Library commissioned 21 women writers to create new work inspired by items and artefacts in our collections. In this podcast series, the writers read their work and talk about the inspiration behind each new piece.
 
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Life TK
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Interviews with amazing women writers, editors, and journalists ages thirty and beyond, about professional life in their twenties.
 
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Shakespeare's Sisters Podcast - Femme Chose
 
Shakespeare's Sisters is a series of interviews with women writers discussing their works, their processes, and feminism
 
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Short Story Collection Vol. 056 by VARIOUS
 
LibriVox’s Short Story Collection 056: a collection of 20 short works of fiction in the public domain read by a group of LibriVox members, including stories by Tolstoy, Gelett Burgess, Oscar Wilde, O. Henry and a number of American women writers.
 
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For Books' Sake: Championing Writing by Women
Monthly
 
For Books' Sake champions the best emerging and established women writers with news, reviews, features and interviews.
 
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International Women's Literature Collection by VARIOUS
 
This is a collection of works -- short stories or poetry -- by women writers in English from around the world and first published before 1923. (Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
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Meandercast
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The Meandercast is the only podcast where you can find Mark Stack (Comics Bulletin) and Megan Purdy (Eisner-nominated Women Write About Comics) discussing the most recent comics they've read with a little bit of movies and TV thrown in for good measure.
 
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Petals by LOWELL, Amy
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of Petals by Amy Lowell. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 27, 2011. Amy Lawrence Lowell (February 9, 1874 – May 12, 1925) was an American poet of the imagist school from Brookline, Massachusetts who posthumously won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1926. Lowell was born into Brookline's prominent Lowell family, sister to astronomer Percival Lowell and Harvard president Abbott Lawrence Lowell. She never attended college because her fa ...
 
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Adam Bede by George Eliot
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A young carpenter falls in love with the village beauty. She, however, has set her sights on a dashing army captain who's the son of the wealthy local squire. Meanwhile, a beautiful and virtuous young woman preacher arrives in the village. What happens to these people and the strange twists and turns that their lives take are described in the rest of the book. Adam Bede was George Eliot's first published novel. Published in 1859, the book has remained a firm favorite with readers and academi ...
 
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Oroonoko, or The Royal Slave by BEHN, Aphra
 
Aphra Behn was the first woman writer in England to make a living by her pen, and her novel Oroonoko was the first work published in English to express sympathy for African slaves. Perhaps based partly on Behn's own experiences living in Surinam, the novel tells the tragic story of a noble slave, Oroonoko, and his love Imoinda. The work was an instant success and was adapted for the stage in 1695 (and more recently by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1999). Behn's work paved the way for wome ...
 
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Syrie James is the author of nine critically acclaimed novels, as well as a screenwriter. Our conversation explores Syrie’s creative process, which involves a deep immersion in the lives of the real women writers who are the heroines of some of her most successful novels. Steeped in research about the lives and times of her characters as well a ...…
 
Novelist Jessie Chaffee pulls up to LIT to chop it up about growing up in the West Village, how women writers taught her about interiority, and her debut novel, Florence in Ecstasy, about a woman who wrestles with the landscape of Florence, Italy, as means to grapple with her own inner self.
 
Heya folks! The GET TO WORK HURLEY podcast is a monthly rant about the hustle of making a living as a writer of All of the Things. You can support this podcast each month as a Patron or make a one-time donation. EPISODE 5: In this episode I chat with successful full-time writer who is “totally the SHIT on Amazon” Melissa F. Olson about author f ...…
 
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Connections with Renee Shaw
 
Renee's guest is Mt. Sterling native and author Kayla Rae Whitaker, one of the writers featured at the 2017 Kentucky Women Writers Conference at the University of Kentucky. Whitaker's debut novel, The Animators, explores the complexities of female friendships, self-identity, and success in the male-dominated field of animation.…
 
Television's longest standing Female writing & producing team Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin have been working together for over 27 years. Both were fresh out of school as writing fellows at the American Film Institute and decided to rent an office together. After awhile of writing on their own, almost simultaneously they leaned over to the o ...…
 
Gifted tells the story of Frank Adler, a single man raising his orphaned 7-year old niece, Mary, who is extraordinarily gifted. How can Frank best look after maths genius Mary? In real life, most parents are proud of their children's talents, but how can you tell if your child is extraordinary? Jenni talks to Julie Taplin, Deputy Chief Executiv ...…
 
A heartfelt meditation on the (in)visibilty of gay women. Writer and theatremaker Stella Duffy describes growing up lesbian in New Zealand in the 60s and 70s and considers what the 40 year expatriate 'marriage' of novelist, poet and playwright Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas, author of The Alice B Toklas Cookbook, means to her. Part of Gay Br ...…
 
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes Gamut Magazine founder and publisher Richard Thomas, who is also an award-winning author. Richard Thomas is the award-winning author of seven books: three novels—Disintegration and Breaker (Random House Alibi), and Transubstantiate (Otherworld Publications); three short story collections—Staring Into t ...…
 
Show notes July 02, 2017- ep05 – Plotpoints Podcast. Mark Sevi, Toby Wallwork, Mary Claire Anderson 00:00:00 INTRO - THIS WEEK ON PODCAST Toby Wallwork MC is M.I.A.! Where are you, Mary Claire? (hint, orange jumpsuit, a freeway, trash bags...? No, why would you say that!) (actually she's traveling for the holiday.) Director/producer/writer Shad ...…
 
This episode is in three parts:Part One/Intro - David Turner talks to Editors of the new Belfast-based literature magazine, The Tangerine.https://thetangerinemagazine.com/Part Two (06:29) -David Turner talks to poet Matthew Rice about his writing practice and the importance he places on recognising those that have influenced his writing practic ...…
 
Welcome to PodCastle’s first Eid issue. by Saladin Ahmed read by Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali hosted by Farah Rishi First published in Slate Magazine Rated PG-13 Qumqam stood upside-down atop a cellphone tower, twirling at its pinnacle on his fingertip. When the humans had first started to besmirch the Earth with the things, Qumqam had thought them h ...…
 
Welcome to PodCastle’s first Eid issue. by Saladin Ahmed read by Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali hosted by Farah Rishi First published in Slate Magazine Rated PG-13 Qumqam stood upside-down atop a cellphone tower, twirling at its pinnacle on his fingertip. When the humans had first started to besmirch the Earth with the things, Qumqam had thought them h ...…
 
Welcome to PodCastle’s first Eid issue. by Saladin Ahmed read by Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali hosted by Farah Rishi First published in Slate Magazine Rated PG-13 Qumqam stood upside-down atop a cellphone tower, twirling at its pinnacle on his fingertip. When the humans had first started to besmirch the Earth with the things, Qumqam had thought them h ...…
 
Welcome to PodCastle’s first Eid issue. by Saladin Ahmed read by Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali hosted by Farah Rishi First published in Slate Magazine Rated PG-13 Qumqam stood upside-down atop a cellphone tower, twirling at its pinnacle on his fingertip. When the humans had first started to besmirch the Earth with the things, Qumqam had thought them h ...…
 
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Shalom in the City
 
On this episode of My Sistas' Keeper, Abby and I discuss how to hopefully resist the spirit of despair when talking about race, specifically on social media. We share our honest, raw emotions about the Philando Castile verdict and the killing of Charleena Lyles. We also discuss Scripture about despair and respond to listener questions about to ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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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Global Press Passport
 
Global Press stories are published in English, French and Spanish. As we prepare to start publishing in Sinhala and Nepali, the official languages of Sri Lanka and Nepal, later this month, we are taking a moment to reflect on why we publish our stories in multiple languages. The answer is rooted in our commitment to accountability, accuracy and ...…
 
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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 ...…
 
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Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!
 
In episode two of our five-part media review and analysis series, we are talking about Ex Machina: an intriguing and highly watchable sci-fi film that is, just like Wonder Woman last week, a "feminist" tale told from a male perspective. The post 127 Movie Review: Feminist Analysis of Ex Machina appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!.…
 
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Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!
 
In episode two of our five-part media review and analysis series, we are talking about Ex Machina: an intriguing and highly watchable sci-fi film that is, just like Wonder Woman last week, a "feminist" tale told from a male perspective. The post 127 Movie Review: Feminist Analysis of Ex Machina appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!.…
 
June is Pride Month so we're talking with some of our favorite LGBTQ comics critics about the current state of LGBTQ people in comics: on and off the page. Our guests: Desiree Rodriguez is a columnist and Editorial Assistant for Lion Forge Comics’ Catalyst Prime. Desiree also writes for The Nerds of Color and Women Write About Comics @boricuade ...…
 
Nabokov’s Favorite Word is Mauve: What the Numbers Reveal About the Classics, Bestsellers, and Our Own Writing (Simon & Schuster) Nabokov’s Favorite Word is Mauve is a playful and informative look at what the numbers have to say about our favorite authors and their classic books. It’s How Fiction Works or Eats, Shoots & Leaves meets Nate Silver ...…
 
In celebration of our 100th episode we gave over our microphones to the wonderful Octavia Collective, a collective for women writers of colour based at the Southbank Centre in London. Collective director Rachel Long invited members Sunayana Bhargava and Tania Nwachukwu to respond to the works of both June Jordan and Safia Elhillo.As well as rea ...…
 
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Erin and Aliee HATE Everything
 
Trigger Warnings: bird watching, bird pooping, inappropriate touching at work, foster dogs, women writers, crippling loneliness, flatulenceTheme music by Scott Holmes
 
Sponsored by Zip Recruiter The pro-life movement would be nowhere without grassroots activists who are women, writes Karissa Haugeberg in Women Against Abortion: Inside the Largest Moral Reform Movement of the Twentieth Century. In a 10-minute conversation with The Bookmonger, Haugeberg explains what attracted her as an academic historian to th ...…
 
*Originally Posted at MissioAlliance.org Our sponsor: Compassion International Check out the new(ish) podcast OnRamp This Week on Seminary Dropout… Karen Swallow Prior is professor of English at Liberty University, Research Fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, a member of the Faith Advisory Council of the Humane Society of t ...…
 
DC TV PODCASTS LAUNCHES TITANS PODCAST FOR THE NEW TEEN TITANS LIVE-ACTION SERIES! New Fan Podcast Dedicated To The Upcoming Titans TV Series On DC’s New Digital Service. Friday, May 26, 2017 – DC TV Podcasts, which is a podcast network for multiple high-quality DC Comics TV dedicated podcasts, is expanding with an eleventh podcast, as an iconi ...…
 
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For Books' Sake: Championing Writing by Women
 
We survived the apocalypse, but if you're anything like us this week, you still want to escape. So this episode, Paul and Jane are sharing their recommended reads for when you just need to get away from it all, including... The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley Pussy, King of the Pirates by Kathy Acker The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova ...…
 
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KPFA - Radio Wolinsky
 
[caption id="attachment_262369" align="alignleft" width="370"] Octavia Butler and Richard A. Lupoff in 1983.[/caption] Octavia Butler (1947-2006) in conversation with Richard Wolinsky and Richard A. Lupoff, recorded in 1983. Octavia Butler, who died in 2006 at the age of 58, was one of the giants of modern science fiction. Winner of multiple aw ...…
 
In anticipation for Wordstock 2017, which announced its return on Nov. 11, we take a step into the time machine and revisit last year's wordsmiths. The big news is that the subject of one of their books, a musician you might know from the soles of his shows, is coming to Oregon.Peter Ames Carlin on Paul SimonPeter Ames Carlin has written about ...…
 
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Shalom in the City
 
On this episode of My Sistas' Keeper, Abby and I discuss how to hopefully resist the spirit of defensiveness when talking about race, specifically on social media. We consider some practical ways to emulate Jesus' posture toward others described in 1 Peter 2:23, "When he was reviled, he did not revile in return; when he suffered, he did not thr ...…
 
"Diversity" has turned into a marketing buzzword in comics and few deliver that behind and on the page. Lion Forge Comics' new Catalyst Prime universe of comics is actually delivering that in every sense with new characters we've never seen and a group of creators who bring varied perspectives to the page. Talking about this exciting new univer ...…
 
default On Episode 4, we discuss the science manga Cells at Work and completely forgetting we’re learning biology! Plus, random discoveries about Maria Bamford, more manga, and women writing about comics. Links: Cells at Work Old Baby – Maria Bamford Netflix special The Weird, Scary and Ingenious Brain of Maria Bamford Manga in America: Transna ...…
 
The 2017 Stella Prize Award Night was held at the Arts Centre Melbourne on 18 April. Heather Rose was awarded the prize for her novel The Museum of Modern Love. Hear highlights from the night, hosted by sports journalist Angela Pippos, including Heather Rose‘s breathtaking acceptance speech and a brilliant ode to Australian women writers by gue ...…
 
Devorah Spilman has been a master storyteller for over 30 years. Today she is also an intuitive coach and helps writers, creatives and entrepreneurs to find the clarity and confidence to tell their deep, authentic story, to live their purpose and transform their lives. Her “In Story Group” takes people on a journey to find and manifest their so ...…
 
Devorah Spilman has been a master storyteller for over 30 years. Today she is also an intuitive coach and helps writers, creatives and entrepreneurs to find the clarity and confidence to tell their deep, authentic story, to live their purpose and transform their lives. Her “In Story Group” takes people on a journey to find and manifest their so ...…
 
Lexi Alexander Mur and Matt come to you live from Morgan Freeman’s Dojo (where we’re punching Hollywood) with special guest co-host writer, director, and martial artist Lexi Alexander! Lexi is excited to talk about the writing side of her career as a director of films like Green Street Hooligans, Punisher: War Zone, the Oscar-nominated Johnny F ...…
 
Mur and Matt come to you live from Morgan Freeman’s Dojo (where we’re punching Hollywood) with special guest co-host writer, director, and martial artist Lexi Alexander! Lexi is excited to talk about the writing side of her career as a director of films like Green Street Hooligans, Punisher: War Zone, the … Continue reading → The post Ditch Dig ...…
 
Mur and Matt come to you live from Morgan Freeman’s Dojo (where we’re punching Hollywood) with special guest co-host writer, director, and martial artist Lexi Alexander! Lexi is excited to talk about the writing side of her career as a director of films like Green Street Hooligans, Punisher: War Zone, the … Continue reading → The post Ditch Dig ...…
 
Mur and Matt come to you live from Morgan Freeman's Dojo (where we're punching Hollywood) with special guest co-host writer, director, and martial artist Lexi Alexander! Lexi is excited to talk about the writing side of her career as a director of films like Green Street Hooligans, Punisher: War Zone, the Oscar-nominated Johnny Flynton, and pre ...…
 
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The Worst Bestsellers
 
Kait, Renata, and their guest Anna (of LCARS Librarian and Women Write About Comics) read Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. It’s a confusing melange of everyone’s favorite YA dystopia tropes, like “love triangle,” “government-sponsored competition,” and “manic pixie blood girl.” Listen now for the return of Fucking, Marrying, Killing, and a discus ...…
 
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