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Welcome to the Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival Podcast. Each episode presents a live, unscripted session that took place on Festival stages in 2018 and 2019. The lineup includes legendary editor Tina Brown, Pulitzer Prize winner David Blight, biographer Jung Chang, Shakespearean scholar Stephen Greenblatt, bestselling authors Bernard Cornwell, Madeline Miller, Margo Jefferson and Jeanette Winterson plus the matchless Joyce Carol Oates, and many more. You’ll hear about topics as di ...
 
One arts charity, multiple fantastic Festivals. From world exclusive events with international best-sellers, to launching careers of debut authors, the HIF Player Podcast brings the literary conversations, authors, critical thinkers, innovators and books from Harrogate International Festivals' famous stage to audiences around the world.
 
Welcome to Vignettes, a new audio reading series from the Emerging Writers’ Festival. Our first season is Summer, and it features five episodes of fresh, original work by emerging writers responding to themes drawn from the world of nature. Each episode, we’ll feature emerging writers from all around the continent, working across genres and forms. Stick with us as we bring you a soft, summery vibe with new creative readings! The Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) is one of Australia’s most est ...
 
Anthony Moll and Cece discuss all things books, including awards, festivals and new trends in the publishing industry. They'll talk about the poetry, fiction and memoir on the their bookshelves. They'll also chat with fellow writers and lit educators from the local and national scene. And just like your Twitter feed, they will inject a dose of #popculture in every podcast. Think of it as a scholarly critique gumbo with a dash of ratchet. Tune in with a cup of coffee or some whiskey neat.
 
1 – 31 March 2012 Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.org Radio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed. The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recor ...
 
It is difficult to find someone from the West that both understands and can elegantly express the theory behind an Eastern mystical tradition. It is even more difficult to find a modern mystic. In Swami Tripurari we have both: a traditional mystic who can articulate the teachings of an ancient spiritual tradition. A compelling speaker, to hear him and be in his presence is itself a spiritual experience. Swami Tripurari met his initiating guru, Srila A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, in t ...
 
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Want to take back the future? But how can we think about the future right now? What do we need to do – and who do we need to be?For all the big questions in our lives we like to look towards Margaret Heffernan for answers. Do not miss the chance to see the award-winning business psychologist (her TED talks have been viewed by over 7 million people)…
 
On today’s podcast episode the award winning author S.J. Watson sits down with Frankie Gray, to discuss his Yorkshire inspiration, his love of reading, being by the sea and his latest (brilliant) novel: Final Cut.S.J Watson’s incredible first novel, Before I Go To Sleep, became a phenomenal international success and has now sold over 6,000,000 copi…
 
There’s no hiding from science. Forensics has transformed detecting crimes, taking the genre from the puzzle in the library to the evidence under the microscope.Chair Peter James gets the facts straight with ex-CID officer Dave Gaylor and Forensic Podiatrist Haydn Kelly. Giving evidence are authors with a few ‘ologies under their belts. Dr Brooke M…
 
International bestselling-author Patricia Cornwell talks to Alex Clark about her pulse-pounding thriller, Spin, featuring her brilliant and unusual new heroine, Captain Calli Chase.Patricia Cornwell is one of world’s best-loved authors, with more than 120 million copies of her books in print and sold in more than 100 countries. Her research is unpa…
 
Featuring: Val McDermid, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.Who better to put the world to rights, and to help us celebrate Burns Night, than two Scottish supernovas!?Best-selling author Val McDermid has been publishing acclaimed crime fiction for over 30 years. An international bestseller, her books have been translated into 40 different …
 
Featuring: Harriet Tyce, Simon Kernick, Allie Reynolds and Lauren North.Have you ever questioned what lengths you would be prepared to go to if a loved one was in danger?What would push you over the edge to act out of character, even commit a crime?Join us for a very special Harrogate International Festivals virtual event with bestselling crime thr…
 
In the beautifully written and illuminating polemic, How To Stay Sane In An Age Of Division, Booker Prize nominee Elif Shafak reflects on our age of pessimism, when emotions guide and misguide our politics, and misinformation and fear are the norm. Shafak draws on her own memories and delves into the power of stories to reveal how writing can nurtu…
 
Racism is real, despite race having no scientific basis. But in a time of fake news and divided politics, the appeal for science to strength racist ideology is on the rise. Scientist Adam Rutherford makes the case against race and using fake science to justify prejudicial politics.Adam Rutherford - How to Argue with a Racist was recording for Berwi…
 
For our third episode, we’ll hear from artists Jesse Oliver and Jazz Money with their creative responses to the theme, 'Plant'. We invited them to reflect on their connections to the green, moving, breathing things - from houseplants to forest floors - that we are so lucky to co-exist with.Bởi Emerging Writers' Festival
 
Anthony Horowitz is one of the most prolific and successful writers working in the UK – and is unique for working across so many media. Anthony shares anecdotes from his career and discusses his new novel The Moonflower Murders alongside the celebrated Alex Rider YA series.Anthony Horowitz in Conversation with Joe Haddow was recorded as part of the…
 
When you cast your mind up towards the sky, what do you think of? Perhaps you think of clouds, sunsets and shades of blue. Maybe your mind wanders further and reaches for instances of optimism, searching for opportunities and wandering into dream spaces. For this episode, we invited Awale Ahmed, Christy Tan and Ruby Hillsmith to respond to the them…
 
In traditional retellings of the Greek myths, the focus is invariably on gods and men, but in Pandora’s Jar: Women in the Greek Myths, classicist and Women’s Prize shortlisted writer Natalie Haynes refocuses our gaze on the remarkable women at the centre of these ancient stories.Natalie Haynes in conversation with Gerry Foley was recorded live as p…
 
For this first episode, we asked Philip Marri Winzer and Victoria Alondra to respond to the theme of 'Grain'. To us, grain speaks to the smallness of something at its beginning, which is why it felt like a perfect opener for this new podcast. But it’s also sustenance, building, the fibres of being and, of course, going against the grain.We hope you…
 
Presenting Vignettes, the new audio reading podcast series from Emerging Writers’ Festival. Trailer out now! 🎙 Stay tuned over the coming days to get the down-low on what Vignettes is all about.First episode launches Tuesday 17 November. 🎉Find and subscribe to Vignettes: The EWF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Find out more at emergingwrit…
 
Best known for his BBC Radio 2 lunchtime programme and Eggheads, much loved presenter and broadcaster Jeremy Vine presents his debut novel The Diver and The Lover. Inspired by true events and Vine’s obsession with Salvador Dali, this is a powerful story of love and sacrifice and the lengths we will go to for who – or what – we love.Jeremy Vine in c…
 
Join the award-winning and bestselling author, Matt Haig, as he talks about his latest novel, The Midnight Library.Welcome to the strangest library of them all – one that houses second chances. From the author of How to Stop Time and The Humans comes this poignant, unique novel about regret, hope and forgiveness. Profound and sparkling with imagina…
 
Join authors and podcasters The Red Hot Chilli Crime Writers: Abir Mukherjee and Vaseem Khan as they take to our digital stage to discuss making crime a career with Mark Edwards, Claire McGowan, Dreda Say Mitchell and Susi Holliday.The Red Hot Chilli Writers present Career Criminals was recorded live as part of the digital Theakston Old Peculier Cr…
 
To celebrate the upcoming release of 'The Sentinel', which heralds a new dawn for everyone's favourite literary avenger, as Lee Child and Andrew Child (Grant) take on co-authorship, we share a very special event from the archive. In 2009 Lee Child and his brother Andrew took to the stage together at the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival…
 
Links Steven’s website: https://stevenleyva.wordpress.com/ Steven on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sdleyva The Understudy’s Handbook: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/54719190-the-understudy-s-handbook Best American Poetry 2020: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Best-American-Poetry-2020/David-Lehman/The-Best-American-Poetry-series/97819…
 
Ian Rankin, who was set to be the 2020 Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival Programming Chair, sits down with N. J. Cooper to reflect on his lost programming chair year.The pair also dig into Ian’s upcoming novel A Song for the Dark Times, the next of the Inspector Rebus books.Ian Rankin in conversation with N. J. Cooper was recorded live …
 
2020 marks the publication of Mark Billingham’s twentieth Tom Thorne novel – what an achievement! In a celebratory interview with Joe Haddow, Mark looks back at the series beginning with the debut novel Sleepy Head. Stick around to the end for a short dramatised snippet of the novel, narrated by Mark himself.Mark Billingham in Conversation with Joe…
 
Val McDermid unpacks the success of the iconic New Blood panel revealing how she picks the chosen four each year, whether she has seen trends change over the years and expressing what the platform means to debut authors and the industry.In this interview Mark Lawson ekes out the heritage and impact of 17 years of the New Blood panel.Val McDermid in…
 
This session explores how race, or more specifically how being nonwhite in America, has formed the identities and lives of our three memoirists. Sejal Shah, in her meditative memoir in essays, This Is One Way to Dance, explores how we are all marked by culture, language, family, and place. In her moving memoir, Say I’m Dead, E. Dolores Johnson tell…
 
Secrets: almost every family has them. The three memoirists in this audio session will talk about the secrets and mysteries that haunt their lives. Helen Fremont, in The Escape Artist, explores the psychological fallout stemming from her parents’ refusal to acknowledge that they were survivors of the Holocaust. In The Book of Atlantis Black, poet B…
 
Stella Duffy, author and creative revolutioner joins interviewer Jenny Harris to discuss how the pandemic has impacted on culture and how important work such as Fun Palaces can help people to co-create their own cultural offering off-line.Stella Duffy in Conversation with Jenny Harris was recorded live as part of the digital HIF Weekender in July 2…
 
A novelist and essayist, a computer scientist, and a scholar of human development discuss their lives and intellectual development. Claire Messud is the beloved author of many works of fiction and criticism. In Kant’s Little Prussian Head and Other Reasons Why I Write, she examines her lived life and her literary life--which are bound together inex…
 
Regina Marler, Sarah Milroy with Virginia Nicholson | Vanessa Bell was a pivotal figure in the 20th Century British art world. In this session, Regina Marler - editor of The Selected Letters of Vanessa Bell - and Sarah Milroy - curator of a recent Vanessa Bell exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, discussed the painter with her granddaug…
 
With a writing career spanning more than 20 years, Joe Finder delves into the life of firm festival favourite and past programming chair, Lee Child. Best known for his Jack Reacher novel series, the debut of which was published in 1997, with the 25th book The Sentinel set to be published later in 2020.Lee Child In Conversation With Joseph Finder wa…
 
Links Raising King, Joseph’s latest book:https://aquariuspress.myshopify.com/products/raising-king-by-joseph-ross-pre-order Joseph’s Website:https://josephrossnet.wordpress.com/ Selma:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selma_(film) NBA Strike:https://www.vox.com/first-person/2020/9/4/21420033/jacob-blake-nba-strike-2020-black-lives-matterWNBA Protest:ht…
 
Lionel Shriver, Philip K. Howard with Geoffrey Harpham | In her latest novel, Lionel Shriver introduced us to a dark, dystopian future most of us would rather not encounter in real life. Philip K. Howard, however, has a more hopeful view of the future and its ultimate potential. Were either of them able to convince the attendees their way is the ri…
 
Rebecca Makkai with Bill Goldstein | Rebecca Makkai took Bill Goldstein and their audience on a journey back to 1980s Chicago, when the AIDS epidemic was reaching its height and an entire generation of gay men was dying. But while the topic was heady, Rebecca Makkai’s spunk and sass kept things from getting too dark, and there were even laughs to b…
 
Indonesia, 1998. With the fall of Suharto’s 32-year autocratic regime following years of political turmoil and violence, the ‘Reformation Era’ was ushered in. Heaped upon it were promises of freedom, prosperity, and a corruption-free society. Three thinkers weigh in on what has – and hasn’t – changed since. Featuring Putu Fajar Arcana, Saras Dewi, …
 
Bart van Es and Belinda Gergel | In what would prove to be perhaps the most poignant moment of the 2019 Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival, Bart van Es read aloud the letter written by a mother to her daughter, moments before the mother was deported to a Nazi concentration camp. As he recounted the journey he took to find out the history of…
 
Links OutWrite 2020 https://thedccenter.org/outwrite/ WATCH this month’s episode https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLgKV745FH8LyAXo1QoB9PKHndx5WDzMJz&v=Qbge_4WtI5I&feature=emb_title Saida’s Website https://www.saidaagostini.com/ Saida’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/princeandtherevolution/?hl=en STUNT https://www.neonhemlock.com/books/stunt-…
 
Joyce Carol Oates with Geoffrey Harpham | Joyce Carol Oates took the stage before a sold-out crowd at the historic Dock Street Theatre, and a hush fell over the audience. Of course it did. That is the only response to seeing one of the world’s most prolific and lauded authors in a rare talk about books, writing, and, of course, boxing. We never kne…
 
David W. Blight with Judge Richard Gergel | “The only power, the only real weapon, Douglass ever had were his words.” So says David W. Blight, historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Prophet of Freedom, a deep dive into the life of Frederick Douglass, one of America’s greatest orators and civil rights champions. In this revealing discussion,…
 
“Sink it” became a national catchphrase after Indonesia’s maverick (now former) Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries fulfilled her threat to sink any foreign boats found illegally fishing in Indonesian waters. In 2017 she ordered the sinking of around 87 illegal boats. Ibu Susi reflected on her fight to protect the country’s millions of fishe…
 
Carl Zimmer with Melissa Hughes | Modern-day genetics study has come a long way from the simple Punnett Squares we all learned in middle school. Today we know there are layers of complicating factors that determine who we are, what we look like, and how we interact with the world. In this conversation with NY Times science writer Carl Zimmer, audie…
 
Karen Kukil with Regina Marler | Karen Kukil is an archivist at Smith College and has spent her career immersed in the private papers of Sylvia Plath and Virginia Woolf. In this conversation with Bloomsbury expert Regina Marler, Karen Kukil treated audience members to remarkable insights into the lives of two of the early 20th Centuries most fascin…
 
Lilly’s website https://www.lillydancyger.com/ Burn it Down https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/43886164-burn-it-down Publishing during a catastrophe essayhttps://electricliterature.com/my-book-comes-out-next-year-do-i-even-still-believe-in-next-year/ Santa Fe Writers Project (SFWP) https://www.sfwp.com/ Kanye West & Chance The Rapper https://ww…
 
Jill Abramson, Richard Wolffe with William Nicholson | Is the media system completely broken? That was the question posed to media icon Jill Abramson and journalist Richard Wolffe, and it sparked a lively debate. From print newspapers to the 24/7 news overload we face today, the discussion was wide-ranging and fascinating.…
 
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah with Bill Goldstein | There was a moment when Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah began reading from his story “The Finkelstein 5” in which he realized he set the story in South Carolina, and the audience erupted into laughter. That was a Charleston to Charleston moment in a nutshell: funny, charming, and wholly surprising. Listen to …
 
Featuring: Ryan David Jahn, Gillian Flynn, Chris Mooney, Megan Abbott and John Connolly.Back in 2012 we were thrilled to showcase four of the most acclaimed new crime writers in America. Ryan David Jahn’s Acts Of Violence won the New Blood Dagger while Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn picked up not only the New Blood award but also the Ian Fleming St…
 
Each year UWRF puts a call out to emerging writers across the archipelago: send us your stories. In 2019, we received 1,253 submissions, the highest number since the Emerging Writers program’s inception in 2008. The works of five talented wordsmiths were selected for publication in our annual Bilingual Anthology. Hear about their journeys to UWRF, …
 
Deborah Eisenberg and Lionel Shriver with Anne BlessingShort stories are often overlooked as exciting, contemporary fiction…at least by those of us who have long since graduated high school or completed our English Literature degrees. Yet the readings and conversations by two masters of the craft, Deborah Eisenberg and Lionel Shriver, will make you…
 
Featuring: Helen FitzGerald, Mark Billingham, Sarah Hilary, Alex North and Fiona Cummins. Strong stomachs and smelling salts at the ready. Authors on both sides of the bloody fence tackle the icky questions that splits readers like a butcher cleaving a carcass. How far is too far? Are crime writers really dizzy with bloodlust? Why do women suffer h…
 
Around 9 million Indonesians live and work overseas, along with countless descendants of Indonesian migrants. Our panel of orang Indonesia living in diaspora recounted their personal experiences of what it means to be Indonesian elsewhere. Featuring Ketut Yuliarsa, Cynthia Dewi Oka, Michelle Tanmizi, Innosanto Nagara, and Laksmi Pamuntjak. You can …
 
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