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A monthly conversation about books and ideas on NTS Radio hosted by friends Carrie Plitt, a literary agent, and Octavia Bright, a writer and academic. Each show features an author interview, book recommendations, lively discussion and a little music too, all built around a related theme - anything from the novella to race to masculinity. Listen live on NTS Radio www.nts.live
 
A book club where we (those who identify as men and those who want to understand men better) review great works of literature and discuss what they have to say about masculine archetypes. We are two life-long friends, one straight, one gay, a writer, and a doctor of computer science and philosophy, who have vastly different ideas of what it means to be a man. We’re here to take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly and to grow along the way.
 
Beyond the Book is presented by Literary Affairs a literary lifestyle company that has been promoting great literature and fostering a community of book lovers for two decades. Beyond the Book offers book club style salons with best-selling and literary debut authors, literary talks on classic novels, professionally facilitated book groups, panel discussions and cultural conversations related to current books. Each audio or video episode is curated by Literary Affairs founder and leader Juli ...
 
Thought provoking, critical discussions about literature's most polarizing genre. Shelf Love is a podcast that lovingly digs deeper beneath the surface of the romance genre into the id, ego, and super ego of romance readers and writers, one romance at a time. Host Andrea Martucci is joined by romance experts like authors, critics, academics, and readers. We have fun taking romance novels seriously.
 
Reviews and author interviews on books featuring women in aviation. Looking for inspiring stories about powerful and adventurous women? Check out the Aviatrix Book Review website www.aviatrixbookreview.com to find hundreds of books featuring women in aviation and space, about all types of flying, in all genres, for all ages.
 
“Tools, news and interviews about and for writers of the Caribbean and beyond” Award-winning Caribbean writer Sandra Sealy, takes her blog Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing to its next iteration, Seawoman Chronicles - The Podcast. The host and spoken-word artist is Founder of Caribbean Writers on Facebook (1,850+ global members). Download episodes from Spotify, Apple Music and other podcast platforms. Tune in twice monthly to get episodes with occasional bonus episodes added. #books #culture #wri ...
 
‘The Book People’ features people whose lives and careers revolve around books. Host Aishwarya Javalgekar chats with book editors, publicists, influencers, cover designers and innovators to gain industry insights, bust publishing myths and bond over their shared love for all things publishing! This series is brought to you by Bound, a story company.
 
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work ...
 
Every two weeks, your hosts Sam and Lauren watch a movie, do some homework, and create Check Your Threading, a podcast that serves up history, psychology, and perspective on that film. Our goal is to talk about movies in a way that's easily accessible for our listeners—we believe art is for everyone! IG: checkyourthreading / Twitter: checkthreading
 
Couched is a podcast series that lets you in on what leading cultural influencers and psychoanalysts are thinking about society today. We will feature conversations with artists, scientists, and change-makers about our current political climate, social justice, and our struggles to find sanity in an increasingly uncertain world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Everyone needs a little magic from time to time, and this episode is brimming with it. We spoke to Leone Ross about her sensuous, absorbing new novel, This One Sky Day, which is set in the fictional Carribean archipelago of Popisho, where everyone is born with a certain magical gift, or cors. It's a story about many things, but mainly of two lovers…
 
Jeremy Black's new book on England in the Age of Austen, just published by Indiana University Press (2021), will be a treat for anyone who loves Jane - and who does not? - as well as anyone who is interested in her contexts. Black situates Austen's work in its social, political, economic and religious cultures, showing how her youthful commitments …
 
On this week’s episode of The Literary Life Podcast, Angelina Stanford, Cindy Rollins and Thomas Banks delve into part one of a two-part discussion of Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich. Our hosts kick things off talking about their background with Russian literature, and Thomas gives some biographical information on Tolstoy. They also talk abo…
 
On today's episode, Julia, Rider, and Tod discuss Brandon Hobson's new novel, The Removed, that follows a Cherokee family in Oklahoma in the aftermath of their son's death at the hands of a police officer. Today's sponsor: This episode is supported by GreenChef. Go to GreenChef.com/90disco and use code 90disco to get $90 off including free shipping…
 
Does The Count suck? Or does Zac just not understand the gentlemanly "rules of civility?" (Amor Towles call-back!) In this episode *spoiler* we're still in the hotel, but there's another relationship with a young girl that honestly isn't weird, but by now people in the Metropol are for sure talking. Also there's a gun fight, but it's told in backst…
 
Night of the Living Dead (1968) Directed by George Romero and starring Duane Johnson and Judith O’Dea, would give rise to the independent horror. The film was made for $110,000 and shot outside of Philadephia. The film would gross $30million upon its release. A cult classic today and highly regarded as one of the best horror films of all time, upon…
 
A Cat May Look At A King was written by Jan Struther in the late 1920s or early 1930s. Struther also created the character, Mrs. Miniver, popular in the late 1930s and 1940s. In this story, a royal court cat blindly worships and unquestioningly trusts the King, until the King kicks him. At that point, a new perspective is formed for both the cat an…
 
It's finally happening! Wolfe's haunting memoir of life in small-town Kansas in the early part of the twentieth century. Is somebody secretly from Krypton? Tune in to find out. This episode covers pages 9 - 26. Support the show and help us reach our goal of releasing episodes every single week by becoming a patron on Patreon. Rate and review the sh…
 
Debt of Honor. James T. Kirk has lost a lot following the events of The Voyage Home and the one that weighs on him is the debt of honor he feels he owes the Enterprise herself, to reclaim her name in the eyes of the Starfleet. In this episode of Literary Treks hosts Matthew Rushing and Chris Jones talk about the comic Debt of Honor. We discuss the …
 
Cultural equity and awareness has always been important. Join us on Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio THIS Saturday, April 10 at 11am/EST to discuss ways that literacy can help strengthen cultural awareness. Erica Denise is our featured guest. She will sit down with Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio host, Denise Turney, to talk about why cultural awarene…
 
“Tools, news and interviews about and for writers of the Caribbean and beyond” Award-winning Caribbean writer Sandra Sealy, takes her blog Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing to its next iteration, Seawoman Chronicles - The Podcast. The host and spoken-word artist is Founder of Caribbean Writers on Facebook (1,845+ global members). It's the 3rd episode wh…
 
Host Antoinette Wiley leads award-winning author Tananarive Due in a discussion about her upcoming novel The Reformatory, the allure of horror, recognizing Black trauma, using fiction to repair harm, and the value of honing short fiction skills. This episode was produced and mastered by Amy Mills Klipstine with graphic design by Lisa Croce.…
 
This Beyond the Book interview with Janelle Brown was recorded in May 2020 at an online Books & Bathrobes event. In celebration of the paperback release, we are sharing this conversation about Pretty Things. Read the book, then enjoy this in depth book club-style conversation with Janelle Brown and Julie Robinson.…
 
Get ready to fan your face and clutch your pearls! Jayne and Paula read Bridgerton: The Duke and I this month and they do not hold back!**This episode contains frank and explicit discussions of sexual activity and also non consensual sex. If you would like to skip this, please go to the 35 minute mark.**Books they mention:Bridgerton: The Duke and I…
 
I was feeling—what’s the word where you used to be human but now your soul is a husk of hearts and likes and Zooms and only marginally funny tweets about Ted Cruz? I was feeling that. Maybe you’ve felt some version of that, too. Maybe a year of needing the Internet more than ever left you grateful for it, sure, duh, but also a little hollowed out? …
 
Manuela nació en época de revoluciones, independencias, guerras civiles y patriarcado, y a pesar de ello desafió las convenciones sociales, y guiada por sus convicciones contribuyó a la formación de nuevas naciones latinoamericanas. Visita https://www.trescuentos.com/post/mujeres-hist%C3%B3ricasBy Carolina Quiroga-Stultz
 
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