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The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian is a serialized science-fiction story for kids (start with Episode 1), told in 15-20 minute episodes for parents to put on when driving around town, or to marathon on road trips, or to bond over before bed. The story centers on Finn Caspian, an 8-year-old boy aboard The Famous Marlowe 280 Interplanetary Exploratory Space Station. He and his friends Abigail, Elias and Vale are Explorers Troop 301, taking off from the Marlowe to explore uncharted planets, h ...
 
Anthony Jeselnik is a world famous comedian, Gregg Rosenthal is an analyst for NFL Network and they have been best friends for over 20 years. Each week, JRVP features stories from their lives, deep dives into the darkest and craziest news stories from around the world and essential recommendations to their listeners. The hilarious podcast is about friendship, family and Anthony's unquenchable desire to get Gregg in trouble with his employer and his wife.
 
Grownup comedians Kelly Nugent and Lindsay Katai discuss the trashy teen horror of their awkward neon youth - from the rise of MTV to the fall of ... well, MTV. So tighten those side ponytails, push your pogs to one side, fire up your 56k dial-up modem, and subscribe. New episodes every Wednesday on the Forever Dog Podcast Network. All creepy opinions expressed are those of the hosts.
 
Do you enjoy reading YA books? Are you dying to talk about them and hear what others think about your favorite books? Are you outside of the YA age bracket (like myself) but still enjoy them? Then this is the podcast for you! Join me and my friends, as we discuss our favorite YA books and authors! We’ll chat spoiler-free at the start of each episode, just in case you haven’t read the book yet. Then I’ll give a warning before heading into our spoiler zone. I'll also have special episodes wher ...
 
We’re Girls Like Us: a podcast about The Clique, Pretty Little Liars, and other YA books. Hosted by Chicago writers/comedians/girls, Frannie Comstock and Sophie Krueger, each week Girls Like Us dives in to a facet of YA fiction. Walking the fine line between comedy and analysis, Girls Like Us asks the question, "What does a Literature degree get you?" and answers it with, "A podcast about books for teen girls." Expect guests-a-plenty, ranging from comedians to authors and everything in betwe ...
 
Do you love books? Are you in the mood for a laugh? Join Megan O'Russell's journey as she dives further into the epic adventure of being an author, explores her love and obsession of all things book-related, and finds the humor in writing roadblocks. With twenty books across six series, Megan has taken the Indie Book world by storm. Her journey from traditional publishing to prolific Indie author has been filled with lots of laughter and more than a few tears. Whether you're an avid reader o ...
 
Kate, Elenchus, and occasional guest hosts discuss books they love (and a few they don't) from a fandom perspective. There's a strong emphasis on fantasy, sci-fi, classics and YA fiction, but our interests are many and varied, and so are our literary tastes.
 
Welcome to Deadline City: a podcast and a destination. We are two New York City-based authors who share an office and work on multiple books at a time. Between us, we have 40 books published and under contract, and we’re just getting started. If you’ve seen us on the road, you know how we cut up. We like to have fun and talk about the one thing that is always on our minds: creating books. Publishing is a big scary world to many of us, and our goal is to pull back the curtain on some of the m ...
 
Round Springfield is a Simpsons-adjacent podcast hosted by Allie Goertz and Julia Prescott where they interview writers, directors, showrunners, and voice-actors from the Simpsons-verse on their various paths to Springfield, failed pilots, other projects, and beyond. In this 20-episode limited series, you'll hear David X. Cohen talk Futurama, Josh Weinstein talk Mission Hill, and Yeardley Smith dig deep into her diverse path of becoming Lisa Simpson.
 
Two women in their 30s talk about a movie franchise made for teenagers. Join hosts Erin and Kirsten as they share their love (and sometimes hate) for Twilight. Welcome to the world’s weirdest venn diagram where vampires, YA fiction, and movies meet. Each month, your fearless hosts are going to dive deep into the Twilight universe and adjacent topics to highlight what makes the series so fascinating.
 
Hi readers, welcome to Literary Gupshup, Pune's first podcast on literature and writing. I, Vikas Prakash Joshi, your host and founder, will interview Pune's best known writers, translators and creative personalities to answer the questions you had but were too scared to ask. "How does one improve as a writer?" "How difficult is it to get published?" "How do you market yourself as a writer?" These are just some of the questions that I answer through these podcasts. For guys and girls new to ...
 
Parent Talk, part of the Choose NOW Radio network, is hosted by Nicole O'Dell since 2011. Archives available at www.choosenowradio.com.Nicole O’Dell, finalist for the ACFW’s 2014 Editor-of-the-Year award, is the author of 24 books, founder of non-profit organization Choose NOW Ministries, and Publisher at Choose NOW Publishing. A national event speaker and founder of the Choose NOW Speaker team, member of the Speak-Up Speaker Team with Carol Kent and The Life of a Single Mom Speaker’s Bureau ...
 
"How Ya Dyin'?" is a Dark Comedy Audio Fiction Anthology Series intended for a mature audience. A caricature of the concept of death itself, the series takes place in a world in which more than ninety percent of the earth's population is born with an unavoidable expiration date. As one may expect, these dates have had a myriad of effects on aspects of life ranging from the economy to entertainment.
 
First this mysterious donor turns up dead in hospital. Sad for him, but I finally get my heart transplant. So yay for me? Well, yeah. except that's when the violent memories start. The crazy behaviours kick in. And then these INSANE new spy skills. Just as life was getting back to normal, suddenly I've got a crush on my best friend. I'm in trouble with the polce. On the trail of a mysterious object. And all while still in rehab. Bad enough for any 16-year-old, right? Well next I'm top of a s ...
 
Welcome to A Remarkable Thought: A short story podcast to engage your mind and lift your spirit—a production of changeyourmindchangeeverything.org. In a world that runs on 5G, caffeine, obligations, shoulds, shouldn’ts, woulds, and wouldn’ts we’ve created a space where you can relax, laugh and think for yourself. Each week we will bring you a refreshing escape where your mind can wander in a thoughtful story as you visit wonders yet to be considered. At the end of every show, we will leave y ...
 
YA-HA! Join Derek (@greatbigsword), James (@that1welderguy) and a revolving cast of guests as we read through Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata's long running Shonen Jump manga about American Football and the kids who learn to love it, Eyeshield 21! Monthly episodes include chapter by chapter read throughs, one volume an episode, interviews with guests, reviews on anime episode, and much much more. K*LL 'EM, YA-HA! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/devilbatpod/support
 
We aretwo sisters who love horror fiction, and we are revisiting the works of popular YA horror writer Christopher Pike and dissecting some of the stories that shaped our early adolescence. Angst, 80s music, and hilarity are sure to follow. We'll be tackling his books in chronological order, so stay tuned!
 
Hey there! This is a podcast run by Alia Andersen and Chenoa DePoppe. We're two college girls absolutely obsessed with young adult fiction and want to share that obsession with the world. Join us as we hate read and fan girl obsessively. Let us know if there is a specific book you want us to read at youngadultgirls@gmail.com and hear all about which books are coming next (so you can read along with us) on twitter @Y_A_Girls. You can also find us on iTunes so make sure to rate review and subs ...
 
Bobby and Daniel talk about everything fiction. From movies to books, we will be providing our overviews and thoughts. Welcome to a fictional conversation. Podcast Links: Twitter: @Fictional_Convo Bobby Links: Twitter:@bobby_bobbles Daniel Links: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw--xPGVVxYzRsWyV1nFqgg?view_as=subscriber Twitter: @DanielBGreene
 
This podcast features several serialized novels and poems by the author H.S. Wolfenden. The first book is the YA zombie novel 'Deadfall'. The second is the YA sci fi novel, “Jack Strong and the Red Giant” about a 12 year old boy’s adventures in space. More detailed synopses are available to download. You can buy Jack Strong and the Red Giant as well as the other four books in the series here: Jack Strong and the Red Giant:www.amazon.com/dp/B00M22USREJack Strong and the Prisoner of Haa’drathw ...
 
Genre Breaker is a weekly discussion podcast where author and editor Hayden Pickens invites other writers and editors to help explore different kinds of storytelling. Each episode encompasses a different genre and the stories and features that set it apart, as well as the kinds of stories that break the mold of that genre and help show off what all kinds of writers can learn from it.
 
Three friends revisit cartoons from their childhood! Ilyana, Meile, and Serena reflect on the things that made them happy, and discuss how they feel about it today. New episodes every Saturday! Ilyana - @kirbuncle_ Meile - @meile_victoria Serena - @serenatortellin Cover art drawn by Ilyana. Special thanks to Although The Void Departs for our theme song.
 
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Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is a Hollywood veteran and it was the ending of Hollywood’s golden age that was the subject of his last film – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. He’s now returned to the story of that film for his debut novel. In his only UK broadcast interview, he explains why he wanted to create a novelisation of Once Upon a Time in Holly…
 
Tokyo: Art & Photography at The Ashmolean in Oxford is a celebration of the city currently hosting the Olympics. The exhibition’s curator Lena Fritsch discusses the show which spans the arts of the Edo period (1603-1868) when the country was officially closed to the outside world, to today, and considers the sprawling metropolis’s appetite for the …
 
Future Girl by Asphyxia has a little bit of everything for any up and coming eco anarchist and Aife and Ciara get into it with this weeks pod! Content Warnings for discussions of: Disability (Deafness), environmental disasters, food insecurity, If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing to forever young adult podcast for more of our thoughts…
 
This week Kelly and Katai read the second in Caroline B. Cooney’s Janie Johnson series, “Whatever Happened to Janie?” the touching story of a girl who saw her face on a milk carton and now has to live with a bunch of nosy redheads. They discussed crying, being in the worst Janie timeline, God cucking himself, Reeve being the horny worst, fetishizat…
 
In our fourth episode, Hosts Derek (@greatbigsword) and James (@that1welderguy) are joined by Elly (@Blakasmoko) from The Internet to read through Volume 4 of Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata's Eyeshield 21, "Intimidation" As always, Hit the Subscribe button on whichever podcast site your find the most adequate, Leave a review and send in any vie…
 
As a 3.5 metre tall puppet called Little Amal begins an 8,000km journey from Turkey to Manchester to highlight the difficulties faced by refugee children, Samira talks to theatre director and producer David Lan live from Gaziantep on the Turkish-Syrian border about ambitious artistic project The Walk.The longlist for the 2021 Booker Prize has been …
 
Five years after Prince's death, the musician's music director of over 20 years, Morris Hayes, discusses Prince's posthumous new album Welcome 2 America. Recorded in 2010 and archived in the singer's legendary vault of unreleased material, it is released this week. Freya McClements, Northern Correspondent with The Irish Times, joins John to discuss…
 
To open the show, Jeff & Will discuss a recent post on "Oprah Daily" featuring queer owned book stores across the U.S, and how you can support queer owned book stores by buying audiobooks from Libro.fm. Author Steven Salvatore and Bookstagrammer/Booktoker Jacob Demlow join us to talk about the inaugural Pride Book Fest, which took place during Prid…
 
Today I am joined by author Lynn Slaughter! Lynn is the author of While I Danced, It Should Have Been You, and her brand new book, Leisha's Song. Lynn and I will be chatting today about Leisha's Song. Leisha has always been the ultimate pleaser. She never intended to fall in love with classical singing, become an amateur detective, or get involved …
 
Welcome to A Remarkable Thought: A short story podcast to engage your mind and lift your spirit—a production of changeyourmindchangeeverything.org. In a world that runs on 5G, caffeine, obligations, shoulds, shouldn’ts, woulds, and wouldn’ts we’ve created a space where you can relax, laugh and think for yourself. Each week we will bring you a refre…
 
Playwright April De Angelis joins Tom to talk about her new musical Gin Craze! Described as 'a booze soaked love ballad from the women of Gin Lane.' The Tokyo Olympics 2020 Opening Ceremony took place earlier today, a year later than planned, in the wake of a number of controversies, not least the sacking of the Artistic Director the day before the…
 
Susannah Clapp, theatre critic of The Observer reviews the new age-blind production of Hamlet starring Ian McKellen, which officially opened up at the Theatre Royal Windsor last night, 50 years since the 82-year-old actor first played the part.The Mercury Prize nominees were announced today. Laura Snapes gives us her thoughts on the list, what it t…
 
American musician Jon Batiste has many strings to his bow – he’s an activist, recording artist, band leader for a daily TV late night chat show, a singer, pianist and an Oscar-winning film composer. Batiste discusses his new album, We Are, as well as his Broadway musical about Jean-Michel Basquiat, and An American Symphony being performed at Carneg…
 
On this episode, we chat with author Emiko Jean about her latest novel Tokyo Ever After, a YA story about a Japanese American girl from Northern California who finds out she's actually an imperial princess of Japan. We chat with Emiko about her journey as a writer, and how it led her to write her latest novel. Follow Emiko on IG at @emikojeanbooks …
 
This week Kelly and Katai read "The Final Girl Support Group" by Teen Creeps fave Grady Hendrix, the touching story of a final girl's mission to save her fellow final girls. They talk whether Crazy Chrissy is dangerous or a Dexter, the slasher glass ceiling, generational trauma, the heartbreak of Lynnette being wrong about absolutely everything, wh…
 
Ivorian director Philippe Lacôte talks about his film Night of the Kings, set in a notorious Abidjan prison run by the inmates, in which he explores the West African tradition of the griot or storyteller.Every year the Best Film Oscar is hotly contested and often the source of much debate and consternation. We speak to two podcasters from “Best Pic…
 
6 years, 3 podcast titles, 2 networks, 1 friendship that started it all. In this very special very last episode of Simpsons Pod, Allie and Julia reflect on all the life that happened from the moment they pressed "Record" all those years ago. The fans, the friends, the book deals, the live tours -- the guests that got away! The guests they couldn't …
 
Chart-topping New York post-punk group Blondie have more than 40 years of chart success under their belts and in 2019 they decided to travel to play some concerts in Havana Cuba. We speak with singer Debbie Harry about the warmth of the reception they received, about integrating local styles and musicians in their set and much more. A new EP is abo…
 
Hop on a plane to Greece, Baja, South Carolina, or Washington, D.C.: we're talking "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" on today's episode of GLU. LINKS: Patreon Our merch GLU Twitter GLU Instagram Discord Website Suggest topics Our theme song is by Leggy. You can email us at girlslikeusshow@gmail.com. Girls Like Us is part of the Frolic Podcast Net…
 
After opening the show with a review of "Slippery Creatures" by KJ Charles, Jeff interviews the author about the "Will Darling Adventures," which recently concluded with the June release of "Subtle Blood." KJ discusses the pulp influences in the trilogy, and how the characters of Will and Kim evolved for her over the course of the series. KJ also t…
 
Welcome to A Remarkable Thought: A short story podcast to engage your mind and lift your spirit—a production of changeyourmindchangeeverything.org. In a world that runs on 5G, caffeine, obligations, shoulds, shouldn’ts, woulds, and wouldn’ts we’ve created a space where you can relax, laugh and think for yourself. Each week we will bring you a refre…
 
On this episode, we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our July 2021 mid-month check-in! *Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop * Follow our hosts: Reera Yoo (@reeraboo) Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh) Follow us: Facebook Twitter Goodreads Group The Books & Boba July 2021 pick is An Ocean of M…
 
Kelly, Katai, and Teen Creeps Film Correspondent Oscar Montoya gather into a coven once more to cover Fear Street Part 3: 1666, the third and final movie in Netflix's Fear Street trilogy-- and, baby, THEY LOVED IT. They talk ACAB/ACAD/ACMADWTD, Sataz, dalliances, the VVitch, gross fan entitlement, LORE LORE LORE, and Kelly and Oscar relentlessly pe…
 
This summer Somerset House in London will be home to a new work by composer Anna Meredith, Bumps Per Minute, which has a distinctly fairground feel. It uses the random interactions of dodgem cars to create a new piece of music. And members of the public are invited to take part in the composition as dodgem drivers. Anna Meredith talks about what in…
 
A new documentary Witches Of The Orient' looks back at the last time that Tokyo acted as host. Volleyball made its debut in The 1964 Summer Olympics. And the success of the home team in women’s volleyball became one of the most watched domestic TV events ever. French film director Julien Faraut discovered this now-largely-forgotten event and was ca…
 
This week Kelly and Katai read "Let Me Tell You How I Died" by Sinclair Smith, the touching story of a girl possessed by a bitchy diary. They talk being terrified of light teasing, stupid people losing time, and characters remembering things instead of having thoughts. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TEEN CREEPS PATREON to get bonus episodes, merch, and more: htt…
 
The World's first elderly sex robot is created with wrinkles and grey hair. A man is bitten by his neighbor's escaped python while sitting on the toilet and a hot California correctional officer sentenced for "depraved" sex with inmates. Oh and Juvenile creates a banger, "VAXX that thang up" for a dating app. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
Uberto Pasolini made his name in the film industry as a producer with the international success of his film - The Full Monty. He’s continued to produce but in recent years he’s also turned his hand to writing and directing. As the third film that he’s helmed in this way, Nowhere Special, is released in cinemas, he talks to Samira about why he felt …
 
CONTENT WARNING FOR TRANSPHOBIA Spoilers for the end of the book from 34 minutes. In this episode, Aífe reads a Shojo manga from 1978. Even more confusingly, it's set in France. Even more confusingly, it's set in a version of early 20thc France which has skinny jeans AND landed gentry. Don't worry about it. We get a little history lesson on Shojo, …
 
Today, in our season finale, we type Murjanatu and Lucas' very favorite characters from Avatar: the Last Airbender. Grab a cup of tea and listen in as we talk about everyone's favorite estranged prince Zuko and his fiery tantrums. Next we stay in the family and talk all about Iroh and his sage words of wisdom. Finally, we visit the Earth Kingdom to…
 
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