Keen On

Martin Sandbu: How a Better Economic System Can Work For All

Martin Sandbu has been writing about economics for the Financial Times since Having started out as the newspaper's economics leader writer he is currently FT's European economics commentator and writes...

Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady

Has America Ever Had a Unified Vision of Itself?

In the second episode of our new season on Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady Jordan Blashek and Chris Haugh join Roxanne to discuss their book Union A Democrat...

The Maris Review

Episode 69: Morgan Jerkins

Morgan Jerkins is the NYT bestselling author of This WIll Be My Undoing She is a senior editor at Medium s ZORA magazine Her work has been featured in the...

NBN Book of the Day

Alexander Keyssar, "Why Do We Still Have the Electoral College?" (Harvard UP, 2020)

The title of Harvard historian Alexander Keyssar s new book poses the question that comes up every presidential election cycle Why Do We Still Have the Electoral College Harvard University...

Otherppl with Brad Listi

Episode 671 — Kathleen Rooney

Kathleen Rooney is the guest Her new novel Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey is available from Penguin Books This is her second time on the program She first appeared in...

Reading Women

Ep. 96 | About Us and Growing Up African in Australia

To close out September Kendra and Jaclyndiscuss About Us and Growing Up African in Australia edited by Maxine Beneba Clarke Check out our Patreon page to learn more about our...

Thresholds

Cathy Park Hong

Cathy Park Hong s book of creative nonfiction Minor Feelings was published this spring by One World Random House US and Profile Books UK She is also the author of...

Storybound

Phil Klay reads an excerpt from "Missionaries"

Phil Klay reads an excerpt from his forthcoming novel Missionaries with sound design and music composition from Tim Karplus Phil Klay is a veteran of the US Marine Corps His...

Beyond the Page: The Best of the Sun Valley Writers’ Conference

Ayad Akhtar: Finding a Voice to Address the American 'Us'

In this episode of Beyond the Page host John Burnham Schwartz talks with Ayad Akhtar the new president of PEN America and author of Homeland Elegies about the uncanny experience...

fiction/non/fiction

S3 Ep. 25: No Innocents Abroad: Scott Anderson and Andrew Altschul on the CIA and U.S. Provocateurs in Foreign Politics

In this week s episode of Fiction Non Fiction co-hosts Whitney Terrell and V V Ganeshananthan are joined by veteran war correspondent and bestselling author Scott Anderson and prize-winning novelist...

Unlikeable Female Characters

Episode 42: The Bad Bisexual

Happy Bisexual Awareness Week Your favorite bi bitches Kristen Layne and Wendy are here to make you aware of all the different ways bisexuals can be bad from duplicity to...

Underreported: Hosted by Nicholas Lemann

Bethany McLean: The Truth About Fracking’s Impact

Journalist Bethany McLean digs deep into the cycles of boom and bust that have plagued the American oil industry for the past decade from the financial wizardry and mysterious death...

Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine

INTIMATIONS by Zadie Smith, read by Zadie Smith

Listening to award-winning author Zadie Smith read her collection of six personal essays about life in the year is such a transcendent experience that when done you ll want to...

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing

First Draft - Cherie Dimaline

Cherie Dimaline is a member of the Georgian Bay Metis Community in Ontario who has published books Her book The Marrow Thieves won the Governor General s Award and the...

The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan

Ayad Akhtar on Why Deep Reading Really Matters (Now More Than Ever)

Ayad Akhtar joins Mitchell Kaplan on this new episode of The Literary Life Akhtar shares Homeland Elegies part memoir part novel about an American son his immigrant father and their...

So Many Damn Books

145: Raven Leilani (LUSTER) & Danzy Senna's NEW PEOPLE

A zoom session with Raven Leilani gets us into all sorts of things from candles to disco to painting to amorality and how you have to come to the page...

The NewberyTart Podcast

S4 E4: Summer of the Swans

Jennie and Marcy talk about the winner of the 1971 Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature, Summer of the Swans by Betsy Byars.

Damian Barr's Literary Salon

SALON EXCLUSIVE: Heidi James reads from 'The Sound Mirror'

Tamara is going to kill her mother but she isn't the villain The Sound Mirror spans three familial generations from British Occupied India to Southern England following the joys and...

WMFA

WMFA ARCHIVES: Fighting Perfectionism w. CELESTE NG

Originally airing on November Courtney and Celeste Ng author of Little Fires Everywhere and Everything I Never Told You do a deep dive into process what makes a good beginning...

Emergence Magazine Podcast

Language Keepers, Episode 6: The Power of Revitalization

To conclude our six-part Language Keepers podcast series we explore the rapid rate of language loss occurring around the world and hear from speakers of endangered languages who are increasingly...

Literary Disco

Episode 178: The Tradition

This week, Julia, Rider, and Tod read and discuss Jericho Brown's Pulitzer Prize-winning collection, The Tradition.

LIC Reading Series

READING: Jason Diamond, Kelly Luce, and Sara Majka

Where is all of the literary love for Queens It s right here at LIC Reading Series Join them each week for stories readings and discussions with acclaimed writers recorded...

A Phone Call From Paul

A Conversation with Parul Sehgal

Parul Sehgal is a book critic at The New York Times She was previously a columnist and senior editor at The New York Times Book Review Her work has appeared...

House of SpeakEasy

Seriously Entertaining - Can You Hear Me Now?

As our country reckons with its history of systemic racism House of SpeakEasy seeks to examine injustice intolerance and inequity by amplifying the voices of Black writers who have performed...

Keen On

Martin Sandbu: How a Better Economic System Can Work For All

Martin Sandbu has been writing about economics for the Financial Times since Having started out as the newspaper's economics leader writer he is currently FT's European economics commentator and writes...

Keen On

Martin Sandbu: How a Better Economic System Can Work For All

Martin Sandbu has been writing about economics for the Financial Times since Having started out as the newspaper's economics leader writer he is currently FT's European economics commentator and writes...