The Maris Review

Episode 79: Emily Temple

Emily Temple earned a BA from Middlebury College and an MFA in fiction from the University of Virginia Her short fiction has appeared in Colorado Review Electric Literature's Recommended Reading...

Storybound

Ruth Reichl reads Letters to the Editor from Thanksgiving issues of Gourmet Magazine

Ruth Reichl reads a selection of Letters to the Editor from Thanksgiving issues of Gourmet Magazine with sound design and music composition from Tim Karplus Ruth Reichl was Editor in...

Thresholds

Natalie Diaz

Natalie Diaz was born and raised in the Fort Mojave Indian Village in Needles California on the banks of the Colorado River She is Mojave and an enrolled member of...

Reading Women

Ep. 100 | Reading Women Award | Fiction Shortlist

Kendra Sachi Jaclyn and Sumaiyya announce the Reading Women Award Fiction Shortlist Thank you to The House of Chanel for sponsoring this episode Find out more at inside Chanel com...

The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan

Carlos Lozada: What Were—and What Now Are—We Thinking?

This week on The Literary Life Mitchell Kaplantalks with Carlos Lozada about his new book What Were We Thinking A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era They discuss what...

Otherppl with Brad Listi

Episode 682 — Darien Gee

Darien Gee is the guest She has two books out this year The first is called Other Small Histories a poetry collection available from Poetry Society of America And the...

Keen On

Peter Osnos: Publishing Will Never Die

On today's episode Andrew Keen talks with Peter Osnos founder of PublicAffairs about the recent news that Bertelsmann the parent of Penguin Random House will purchase Simon amp Schuster and...

Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady

The 2020 Holiday Gift Guide Episode!

Join Roxanne Coady and the staff of RJ Julia Booksellers as we explore the best books of the year to give as gifts to the readers in your life Books...

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast

Anthony A. Barrett, "Rome Is Burning: Nero and the Fire That Ended a Dynasty" (Princeton UP, 2020)

According to legend the Roman emperor Nero set fire to his majestic imperial capital on the night of July AD and fiddled while the city burned It's a story that...

fiction/non/fiction

S4 Ep. 4: Life After Trump: Jess Walter and Jerald Walker on the Aftermath of Election 2020

In this week s episode of Fiction Non Fiction co-hosts Whitney Terrell and V V Ganeshananthan talk to acclaimed novelist Jess Walter and award-winning essayist Jerald Walker First Walter unravels...

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

Roger McNamee on the Incompatibility of Social Media and Democracy

Join us for a conversation with ROGER MCNAMEE the noted tech venture capitalist early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook investor who went from being a founding supporter of the...

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing

First Draft - Yishai Sarid

Yishai Sarid was born and raised in Tel Aviv Israel He studied law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and has a Public Administration Master s Degree from the Kennedy...

Change Lab: Conversations on Transformation and Creativity

40 Grace Lynne Haynes on painting to redefine darkness and light

Grace Lynne Haynes creative calling didn t announce itself until she set foot in her first college painting class But from that moment forward Grace s artistic destiny came through...

NBN Book of the Day

Jim Downs, "Stand by Me: The Forgotten History of Gay Liberation" (Basic Books, 2016)

Despite the tremendous gains of the LGBT movement in recent years the history of gay life in this country remains poorly understood According to conventional wisdom gay liberation started with...

So Many Damn Books

150: Book Recommendation Extravaganza

It s the big - - and since it also happens to be the holiday season we opened the phone-lines to some of our Patreon supporters to help recommend some...

WMFA

Contextualizing Research into Prose w. ANNE HELEN PETERSEN

Anne Helen Petersen's latest book is Can't Even How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation She and Courtney talk about the difficulty behind advice about doing what you love what freelance...

The NewberyTart Podcast

S5 E2: Pictures of Hollis Woods

Jennie and Marcy talk about the finalist of the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature Pictures of Hollis Woods by Patricia Reilly Giff and published by Random House...

Unlikeable Female Characters

Episode 47: Halley Sutton

Layne welcomes feminist noir author and friend of the show Halley Sutton back to celebrate the release of her debut novel THE LADY UPSTAIRS with a chat about sex scenes...

Underreported: Hosted by Nicholas Lemann

John Judis: The Politics of Our Time

John Judis has brought out a book with Columbia Global Reports during each of the last three national political seasons The Populist Explosion in The Nationalist Revival in and now...

Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine

MAKE ME RAIN by Nikki Giovanni, read by Nikki Giovanni

Nikki Giovanni s slightly raspy slightly sibilant voice draws listeners into this important collection of poetry and prose Host Jo Reed and AudioFile s Emily Connelly discuss Giovanni s skill...

Damian Barr's Literary Salon

Booker winner Douglas Stuart in conversation with Damian Barr - UK PREMIERE of Shuggie Bain

Douglas Stuart has just won The Booker Prize for his incredible debut novel 'Shuggie Bain' so to celebrate we're releasing the never-published-before Literary Salon we held with Douglas in June...

Emergence Magazine Podcast

Reseeding the Food System – an Interview with Rowen White

Rowen White is a Seedkeeper from the Mohawk community of Akwesasne and an activist for Indigenous seed sovereignty In this in-depth interview originally published in our Food Issue Rowen shares...

Literary Disco

Episode 181: Soap Operas

Today we embrace the melodrama the secret the amnesia the surprise relative the multiple personality disorder the rape the recasting the coming back from the dead the love the murder...

LIC Reading Series

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A Phone Call From Paul

A Conversation with Parul Sehgal

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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...

The Maris Review

Episode 79: Emily Temple

Emily Temple earned a BA from Middlebury College and an MFA in fiction from the University of Virginia Her short fiction has appeared in Colorado Review Electric Literature's Recommended Reading...

The Maris Review

Episode 79: Emily Temple

Emily Temple earned a BA from Middlebury College and an MFA in fiction from the University of Virginia Her short fiction has appeared in Colorado Review Electric Literature's Recommended Reading...

The Maris Review

Episode 79: Emily Temple

Emily Temple earned a BA from Middlebury College and an MFA in fiction from the University of Virginia Her short fiction has appeared in Colorado Review Electric Literature's Recommended Reading...

The Maris Review

Episode 79: Emily Temple

Emily Temple earned a BA from Middlebury College and an MFA in fiction from the University of Virginia Her short fiction has appeared in Colorado Review Electric Literature's Recommended Reading...