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The book club podcast where Dave Warneke has read the book so you don't have to. Each episode Dave tells two special guests all about a classic novel or play, and by the end of the show, both you and they can pretend you've read it. From Austen to Tolstoy, Shakespeare to Hemingway... Devour a classic in a single sitting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A Readers’ Advisory Podcast about becoming better library staff by reading every genre, whether we like them or not! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers.
 
Kate and Laura on the books that get you talking. Every episode we sit down to chat about the books read most recently by our book clubs. What did we make of them? Did they spark debate? And whether we loved them or loathed them, we always try to answer the big question: were they great book club books?
 
Join writer Elizabeth Flux and comedian Ben McKenzie on their six(ish) year mission to read every Terry Pratchett novel – not just the Discworld ones! They’ll read one a month, and discuss them with special guests, puns and footnotes. Episodes released on the 8th of each month (Australian time); check pratchatpodcast.com and the end of each episode for notice of the next book, and send in questions to us via social media! The explicit tag represents a fairly average Australian level of coars ...
 
Like your books less Dickens, more Dickov? Football Book Club gets stuck into the true classics of the literary world - footballers’ autobiographies. As recommended by BBC Five Live, The Athletic and named one of Esquire's best podcasts of 2020. Described as “pretty funny” by Darren Huckerby.
 
Le podcast de Louie Media qui vous aide à renouveler votre bibliothèque. De grandes lectrices nous accueillent chez elles pour nous faire découvrir ce qu'il y a sur leurs étagères et partager trois livres qui comptent pour elles. Un mardi sur deux. Interviews: Agathe Le Taillandier, Maud Ventura, Marie Salah, Oriane Olivier, Gladys Marivat, Elisabeth Philippe, Clémentine Goldszal. Présentation: Agathe Le Taillandier. Édition et coordination: Maud Benakcha. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les inf ...
 
Join writer, comedian, and filmmaker Chelsea Devantez and her friends as they recap and celebrate the memoirs of badass celebrity women. These are ladies we all know and love who have been torn down by tabloids and dissected by social media—all while facing career obstacles, broken relationships, and incredible triumphs. You can read along, or just listen, but either way, you definitely want to join this book club.
 
A podcast dedicated to all things literary and bookish in Brighton & beyond. Anna interviews authors, publishers, people working in literature programmes, gets recommendations from booksellers and bloggers, and shares the best upcoming events. Follow @annamburtt on Twitter and @btnbookclub on Instagram for updates. Email btnbookclub@gmail.com for enquiries.
 
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On this week's live podcast taping: Douglas Wolk ("All of the Marvels") + Duane Murray and Shawn Daley (Top Shelf's "A Better Place")! SUBSCRIBE ON RSS, ITUNES, ANDROID, SPOTIFY, STITCHER OR THE APP OF YOUR CHOICE. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER, INSTAGRAM AND FACEBOOK. SUPPORT OUR SHOWS ON PATREON. This episode is sponsored by BATMAN THE AUDIO ADVENTURES, n…
 
Tamara Winfrey-Harris is a nationally renowned columnist and speaker. Her work focuses on the fraught intersection of race and sex. In 2015, Winfrey-Harris published The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America. This popular essay anthology “exposes anti- Black-woman propaganda all around us, and shows the truth …
 
We're closing out the year with a final book club pick: Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao. As with all our book club picks, we're focusing on books that highlight underrepresented authors, characters and issues. We've already read two powerful books in 2021: Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas and Legendborn by Tracy Deonn. We're excited to continue with this…
 
Cassandra Peterson is climbing out of your unpleasant dreams and onto the page with a memoir about Hollywood dreams and becoming Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. This week Ashley and Claire are surfing through top notch name drops while they learn the true meaning of success. Tees are Here!! Grab a Worm Tee or an Unhinged Tee here: https://celebrityme…
 
Ever felt Interested in dark academia and all that encompasses it? Us too. In this episode, Niba recommends 5 books that fit the dark academia aesthetic. Then Mariquita reviews Miriam Toews’s new book, Fight Night, published October 5th by Bloomsbury. She strongly urges you to read it. Listen in and find out why. Books mentioned: A Little Life by H…
 
TBC listener Ann reached out to us on Twitter earlier this year about this series and we thought a dark take on a common fairytale might be good for this spooky time of year. So, on a dark, chilly eve, we stumbled into a castle full of Anne Rice's kinks. It, uh, did not go well. Content Warnings: In addition to our usual barnyard language, this epi…
 
A l’occasion de la sortie de notre livre “Une bibliothèque féministe”, co-édité avec les Editions de l’Iconoclaste, Agathe Le Taillandier a rencontré Laura Nsafou au Paris Podcast Festival. Écrivaine et bloggeuse afro-féministe, Laura Nsafou a publié plusieurs romans et albums jeunesse. Son dernier roman afrofuturiste, “Nos jours brûlés”, est paru …
 
Fans of Riley Sager’s work know that he is a master at delivering twist after twist in suspenseful thrillers like “Home Before Dark,” “Lock Every Door,” and his latest, “Survive The Night.” Sager joins the podcast to talk to Olivia about the novel, its protagonist Charlie, and why the film student fears she may be the Campus Killer’s next victim. H…
 
We read the 10th and final chapter of our 7th book The 39 Steps. Written by John Buchan (who worked for British intelligence during the war) this thriller looks poised to keep us on the edge of our seats In this chapter Robert Hannay goes to where he believes the 39 Steps are and finds 3 men playing tennis patreon.com/lazybookclubpod @lazybookclubp…
 
Welcome to Ratchet Book Club, where we read Good Classics and Hood Classics alike. In this episode, I read chapter sixteen of Dark Corner by Brandon Massey. You can purchase Dark Corner on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/3Fhy3Nd Voicemail number: 916-633-1537 Thoughts or Questions? Email us at WretchedAndRatchet@Gmail.com. Twitter: @RatchetBookClub, @…
 
Adia Victoria "Troubled Mind" My Morning Jacket "Lowdown" Erykah Badu "On & On" Neko Case "Pretty Girls" Aretha Franklin "Runnin' Out Of Fools" Magnolia Electric Co. "The Night Shift Lullaby" The Glands "So High" Cat Power "Love & Communication" Al Green "The Letter" Will Johnson "Call, Call, Call" Mississippi John Hurt "Nobody's Dirty Business" Bo…
 
The month of spooky Batman stories comes to a bloody finale! Justin Kowalski returns to the show to praise the bloody story from Doug Moench and Kelley Jones, Bloodstorm. Rate and Review the Show HERE. Follow The Batman Book Club on Twitter: @thebatmanbc. Follow The Batman Book Club on Instagram: @thebatmanbc. Follow Justin on Twitter: @JustinMKowa…
 
Welcome to Season #2 Episode #13 of That Pretentious Book Club! In this haunting Halloween episode, Spoons and Wheezy discuss the thrilling prequel to the Practical Magic series, Magic Lessons by Alice Hoffman, in which readers get to meet Maria Owens and see how the famous Owens' curse came to be. From debate over the most suitable familiar if the…
 
"We sometimes forget the value, or the power, or the impact of words because, 'Hey, we're speaking the whole time, or we're writing the whole time... it's only me, how powerful can it be?' So we say things that are the wrong things to say, or we miss our opportunities. If you have an opportunity to get a message across and you just treat it casuall…
 
To celebrate the release of his autobiography, the Book Club are joined by ex-Chelsea & Everton star, punditry God and occasional indie DJ Pat Nevin. Join us as we talk writing, football, music, Saddam Hussein, John Parrott, Jorginho the genius, Belle and Sebastien, Duncan Ferguson and, of course, rank the Mike Myers movies. Follow us on Twitter! @…
 
Just how different can two books written by two authors from a single script be? And can they both be any good, especially when the original story is so full of subtlety, pathos, and restrained acting? Tony Whitt, Alyson Fitch-Safreed, and Dalton Hughes discuss both the fan version by David Bishop and the “official” version by James Goss of Douglas…
 
Mary Trump joins Allison and Dana to answer the questions Patrons and Supercast Subscribers ask about her book, The Reckoning. Mary L. Trump https://twitter.com/MaryLTrump https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/56124858-the-reckoning Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote …
 
On this episode of the Brighton Book Club, we take a deep dive into the Man Booker longlist with KD Books, talk to founder of the Brighton Book Shop, Lois, about their LGBTQIA+ charity bookselling venture and Evie Wyld joins us to discuss this month's book club book, THE BASS ROCK.Bởi RadioReverb
 
Pa’Ris’Ha and her international team of Co-hosts: Tryna Cooper, Mike Dellar, Joyce Mollenhauer, Marianne Love, Rosemarie Heyer, and Geraldene Dalby-Ball, conclude their exploration of "Robes: A Book of Coming Changes," by Penny Kelly This is a GREAT Show... https://loaradionetwork.com/quantum-leapThe Co-hosts provide their own personal reflections …
 
Chelsea and Melissa Fumero (Brooklyn 99, M.O.D.O.K.) cover T.V. queen Mary Tyler Moore's memoir, After All, a funny and surprising account of the real person behind the woman "who can turn the world on with her smile." Visit Chelsea's Instagram for pictures and stories from the memoirs featured on the show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Leif returns with another belated Christmas reading, this time with Shirow Masamune's Ghost in the Shell. Leif and Emily discuss the manga, its various adaptations, and cyberpunk vs cyberfascism. Emily forgets Scarlet Johansson's name, and Leif also forgets the word for sweatshop. Follow us on Twitter at @TsundokuPod for extra tidbits that don't ma…
 
We're back in 1934 with THE STRANGE INVADERS by Alun Llewellyn! If you can here on the promise of dinosaurs, I regret to inform you, so did we. New t-shirt idea: I survived the Apocalypse and all I got was this lousy herd of big man-eating lizards. Come for Alun's dislike of Stalin's communism, stay for the sexiest of lamps. Support us at https://w…
 
In this week's Book Club podcast I'm joined by the historian James Holland to talk about his fascinating new book Brothers In Arms: One Legendary Tank Regiment's Bloody War from D-Day to VE-Day. James's story follows the Sherwood Rangers from El Alamein to the D-Day Landings, and on through the last push through Europe into Germany. He tells me how…
 
This episode we’re playing Hearts of Magic: Threads Entangled! There’s illegal printing presses, malformed creatures, rooftop chases, stolen hats, tea ceremonies, and a masquerade ball! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or your favourite podcast delivery s…
 
Megan Connell joins us to discuss G.K. Chesterton's "The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare”, chocolate-covered raisin trees, satire we don't understand, club infiltration, anarchist elections and bylaws, issues of trust and emotional risk in therapeutic games, good versus evil, dehumanizing those who disagree with us, using XP to encourage better g…
 
The buddies jump into the life of high finance, corruption, and murder in the non-fiction thriller Red Notice by Bill Browder. This episode covers a number of topics ranging from, empathizing with multi-millionaires to teaching autocracy 101. Austin Powers and Harry Potter were not mentioned, quoted, or used as a comparison in this episode, breakin…
 
Our Book Club reconvenes to discuss two final 2021 Best Novel nominees, “Harrow the Ninth” and “The Relentless Moon.” We also discuss all the Hugo Award nominees for short fiction, rank the books, and recommend some books we’ve been reading lately! Host Jason Snell with Scott McNulty, Erika Ensign and Aleen Simms Referenced Works Show Notes & Links…
 
October 2021 Book Club: Halloween is just around the corner, and, in that slightly terrifying spirit, we’re reviewing the short-story anthology “The Missy Chronicles,” first published in February 2018, and available in hardcover, eBook, & paperback. This compilation features stories of Missy, madness, and mayhem by James Goss, Cavan Scott, Paul Mag…
 
Are you sure that's what really happened? Thanks to the listener who commissioned this bonus episode! Join the conversation on the Atoz forum. Support the network and gain access to over fifty bonus episodes by becoming a patron on Patreon. Want more science fiction in your life? Check out The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast. Love Neil Gaiman? Join us …
 
It's our latest Book Club episode, and we're discussing Rachel Cusk's latest novel, Second Place. It was longlisted for the 2021 Booker Prize, but didn’t make the cut for the shortlist. Sally Rooney calls it ‘masterful’, saying it ‘achieves a kind of formal perfection’ while the Observer newspaper lauds it as ‘A landmark in twenty-first-century Eng…
 
Hey everyone! I'm here with a surprise bit of book coverage with my favorite pair of boy reviewers, Craig and Andrew from Overdue! You can check out their show here! https://overduepodcast.com/ This episode, we talk about the YA novel Eragon, in which the plot is so derivative that we use the wrong names by accident several times. Craig is much mor…
 
Freelance writer and journalist Ben Riley joins Liz and Ben for a magical history tour as Susan Sto Helit teams up with a couple of monks to stop time…er…stopping in the twenty-sixth Discworld novel: 2001’s Thief of Time. In Ankh-Morpork, a mystery woman tasks the odd but talented Jeremy Clockson to build a clock so accurate it can measure the tick…
 
Woah! Matt Strackbein returns to the show this week to discuss his favorite Hellboy short story: Goodbye Mr. Tod! Enjoy some listener feedback and Matt talks the Hellboy movies! Enjoy! 10:27 - Listener Feedback 37:13 - Bookclub discussion Don't forget to check out the details of our annual raffle on our social medias! This year we will be supportin…
 
This month, to kick off a mini-season to celebrate a very special centenary World Book Club talks, for a second time, to the Nobel Prize-winning giant of world literature, Professor Wole Soyinka, about one hundred years of the writers’ organisation English PEN. PEN is the influential pressure group which helps support and campaign for the release o…
 
In the Lost Girls trilogy, we learned how the Suffolk County police department on Long Island struggled to investigation the Long Island serial killer case, falling victim to internal scandal and administrative hijinks by the top echelon of law enforcement. Arrests, prosecutions, and convictions of the former police chief, district attorney and ant…
 
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