Thresholds

Endnotes: Marie-Helene Bertino, Ocean Vuong, and listening to your own voice

It s the end of our Inheritance' capsule of episodes MENTIONED Marie-Helene Bertino shares her summer reading plans hint they involve Ursula K Le Guin Jordan and Drew answer some...

Keen On

A.M. Homes: Why American Novelists Need to Not Just Keep Up With But Also Overtake Reality

Hosted by Andrew Keen Keen On features conversations with some of the world s leading thinkers and writers about the economic political and technological issues being discussed in the news...

Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine

THE DAWNHOUNDS by Sascha Stronach, read by Anna Coddington

New Zealander Anna Coddington s rich accent enhances Sascha Stronach s surreal and unforgettable M ori-inspired fantasy Host Jo Reed and AudioFile s Emily Connelly discuss the audiobook packed with...

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

Rebecca Donner “All the Frequent Troubles of Our Days”

In this episode of Beyond the Page host John Burnham Schwartz talks with Rebecca Donner winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for biography for All the Frequent Troubles...

The Maris Review

Episode 162: Marie Myung-Ok Lee

Marie Myung-Ok Lee is a Korean American writer and author of the young adult novel Finding my Voice thought to be one of the first contemporary-set Asian American YA novels...

Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady

What Should You Read This Summer?

Whether you re traveling or not this summer right now is the perfect time to catch up on all the great books that have recently been published In this episode...

fiction/non/fiction

S5 Ep. 30: The Literature of Star Wars: Van Lathan Jr. on How American Life Shapes and Is Shaped by a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Podcaster and writer Van Lathan Jr joins Fiction Non Fiction host Whitney Terrell to talk about growing up a Star Wars fan and continuing to think and talk about the...

Literary Disco

Episode 202: Fantasy

Today we launch a new format of the Disco as we begin our Genre Season Each episode of this season we're going to dive deep into a particular literary genre...

Storybound

Elizabeth McCracken reads her short story, "It's Not You"

Elizabeth McCracken reads her short story, "It's Not You," backed by an original Storybound remix with Moon Hound, and sound design and arrangement by Jude Brewer.

TOR Presents: Voyage Into Genre

Ryka Aoki / Andrea Hairston

ITINERARY Ryka Aoki talks about why Light From Uncommon Stars blends genres about how writing poetry helps with writing food and why Lindsey Stirling is awesome Andrea Hairston talks about...

Reading Women

Ep. 122 | Farewell, Dear Listeners

In Reading Women s final episode Kendra and a very special guest reminisce about episodes across Reading Women s six seasons Things MentionedTeam PageBooks Mentioned Plum Pudding Murder by Joanne...

Open Form

Episode 39: Marlowe Granados on Charlie's Angels

Welcome to Open Form a weekly film podcast hosted by award-winning writer Mychal Denzel Smith Each week a different author chooses a movie a movie they love a movie they...

Otherppl with Brad Listi

780. Chantal V. Johnson

Chantal V Johnson is the author of the debut novel Post-Traumatic available from Little Brown Johnson is a tenant lawyer and writer A graduate of Stanford Law School and a...

The Cosmic Library

3.5 You Take It from Here

It's not just the contradictions in the Hebrew Bible that puzzle and provoke readers there are throughout passages of intense emotional or moral provocation See for instance Ecclesiastes which in...

Writer Types

Lee & Andrew Child, Wanda M. Morris, William Boyle & Goodbye

Best selling authors Lee amp Andrew Child join Eric to talk about the latest Jack Reacher novel Better Off Dead Wanda M Morris discusses her debut novel All Her Little...

Audiobook Break with AudioFile Magazine

Pride and Prejudice - Chapters 60 and 61, with Songs

This episode brings the delightful story of Elizabeth Bennet and her Fitzwilliam Darcy to an end Thank you for joining us to listen to Jane Austen s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE...

Criminal Broads

The Half-Life of Casey Anthony

Casey Anthony is a woman whose face launched a thousand death threats because most Americans believe she killed her daughter After her high-profile trial and shocking acquittal she became an...

So Many Damn Books

185: Mat Johnson (INVISIBLE THINGS) and Claire North's NOTES FROM A BURNING AGE

Mat Johnson launches into the Damn Library Zoom Zone to discuss his new novel Invisible Things We get into conspiracies surprising yourself with your writing teaching writing funny and a...

First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing

First Draft - Nathanial White

Nathanial White grew up in Maine and has lived in Mexico Brazil and Ecuador His speculative fiction explores the human psyche physical disability culture technology and consumerism He currently teaches...

The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan

Ottessa Moshfegh: Why Do I Write About Such Darkness?

On today s episode of The Literary Life at a live event at Books amp Books special guest Amanda Keeley is joined by Ottessa Moshfegh to discuss her latest novel...

Change Lab: Conversations on Transformation and Creativity

Karen Hofmann on building an accessible, affordable and inclusive education

To many of our listeners this guest needs no introduction She is someone who has burst through seemingly impenetrable ceilings glass and otherwise to claim leadership roles historically held by...

WMFA

Enlarging People’s Perception of Sylvia Plath w. HEATHER CLARK

Heather Clark is the author of Red Comet The Short Life and Blazing Art of Sylvia Plath a Pulitzer Prize finalist now out in paperback from Knopf She and Courtney...

The NewberyTart Podcast

Interview: Andrea Wang

In this episode Marcy and Jennie talk to Andrea Wang author of Watercress a Newbery Honor Book Caldecott Medal Winner and APALA Award Winner Andrea Wang is the award-winning author...

Unlikeable Female Characters

Episode 88: Get in Losers, We’re Screaming About Abortion

Kristen and Layne recorded this feminist rant about abortion rights and the Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade back in May but unfortunately it s even more relevant now...

Underreported with Nicholas Lemann

The Stories Chinese Fiction Reveals: A Conversation with Megan Walsh

This is the last of our three-part series on the book called The Subplot What China Is Reading and Why It Matters In The Subplot journalist and critic Megan Walsh...

Damian Barr's Literary Salon

SALON EXCLUSIVE: Bolu Babalola reads from Honey & Spice

Need a beach read We ve got you covered Bolu Babalola s Honey amp Spice is just the summer romance you ve been looking for Kiki Banjo is an expert...

Emergence Magazine Podcast

Sanctuary – Camille T. Dungy

Acclaimed poet Camille T Dungy bears witness to an encounter between man and elephant In an effort to make sense of a world in which so much has been lost...

Time to Eat the Dogs

The Lessons of the 1996 Everest Disaster

Markus H llgren talks about the Everest disaster from the perspective of business and management H llgren is a professor of management and organization at Ume School of Business and...

Ursa Short Fiction

William Pei Shih on ‘Happy Family,’ Flawed Characters, and the Messiness of Life

Co-hosts Deesha Philyaw and Dawnie Walton speak with writer William Pei Shih author of the Ursa Original Happy Family a story about a lost childhood a struggling restaurant and a...