A show giving dodgy writing advice and first chapter critiques for aspiring writers.
Why do we cry? Did cavemen really carry clubs? Can swearing make you stronger? On ELT, you call with a question, we find you an answer. Our helpline is open 24-7. Call 833-RING-ELT or send an audio message to email@example.com.
Lit conversations about books, programs, life, and all things relevant.
A podcast about books, literature and all things book related!
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Reflections on 2000 Year Old Tamil Poetry
KNYGINĖJIMAI – tai pokalbiai apie knygas ir tai, kaip jos kuriamos. Apie istorijas, kurios slepiasi po knygų viršeliais ir tarp eilučių. Apie kūrybiškumą, kūrėjų gyvenimą ir pokyčius, kuriuos atneša knygos.
A Podcast dedicated to covering Pokemon's competitive video game formats and other news related to the competitive scene. From usage stats to tier lists and everything in between, Littleroot Lessons is designed to help players of all skill levels get better at the game. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/littlerootlessons/support
Daily guide on how to live your best life through some girl talk on relationships, modern-day dating, social issues, and everyday life as we know it.
Sermons from the Littleton Church of Christ. Make sure to follow this podcast to get the latest sermon. Sermons are done each Sunday starting at 10:00am MT live and are posted by the following Tuesday. Church Website is https://www.littletonchurch.org
A podcast on all things Canadian and Literature and then some.
A podcast about your 10th grade reading list, hosted by John McCoy.
Genuinely Created Media From LIT LLC aka Livn In Truth LLC.
A podcast about books and their film adaptations. It's a safe place for those who really did like the movie better than the book.
Watershed Lit: Center for Literary Engagement and Publishing Practice is the home of literary orgs Fall for the Book, The Alan Cheuse International Writers Center, Poetry Daily, Stillhouse Press and more!
In the Litter Box w/ Jewels & Catturd.. A Talk Show. Monday - Friday: 3PM-4PM EST
Each month we delve into a different example of horror literature. Encouraging listeners to read along month to month and send in their own comments and questions for hosts, Kaela King, David King, and Jesse Reyes to discuss on the podcast.
"Welcome back to Get Lit, the literary podcast where we discuss famous works of literature and the authors who wrote them..."
Join host Angela Ledgerwood as she chats to the authors she loves most about books, life, and what lights them up.
Every week, Danny M. Lavery brings on a guest to answer questions from listeners before diving into conversation about relationships, dissatisfaction, drives, regrets, estrangement, embarrassment, self-assessments, and feelings from the monumental to the minute.
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Dette er en podkast fra Deichman – hele Oslos folkebibliotek. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Northside ISD Literacy Project Podcast This pod is for high school English teachers in Northside ISD, right here in San Antonio Texas. Each week, we share lesson ideas and best practices for teaching the concepts and skills students will explore in your courses.
A little bit extra, every weekday morning, from LBC's longest-serving presenter.
LIT Society is the hilarious weekly book podcast that’s making a global community of listeners fall in love again with reading. Thursdays, join life-long friends Kari and Alexis as they use books to explore pop culture and personal peculiarities. From Tolstoy to Toni Morrison, this is the virtual book club for you!
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SOREN LIT A Southern Renaissance literary journal... for storytellers with connections to the south. We showcase writers who are women, femme-identifying, and/or non-binary creatives. The SOREN LIT podcast provides interviews and readings from our latest writers. The podcast is hosted by SOREN LIT Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers. SOREN LIT's published work and podcast episodes are also available on the official website: www.sorenlit.com
Two life long friends tell each other the cases, stories, and reports of the true crime, paranormal, folklore, conspiracy, cults, and disasters that haunt them the most. Honestly, it’s all just a little bit grim.
A book podcast hosted by writing partners Amy Helmes and Kim Askew. Guests include biographers, journalists, authors, and cultural historians discussing lost classics by women writers.
New episodes come out every Tuesday for free, with 1-week early access for Wondery+ Kids subscribers. A good story can take you anywhere. Every week Little Stories Everywhere will bring you magical, adventurous, fantastical tales to excite your imagination and carry you and your family members to new places around the world. Hosted by Oscar-nominated actor Virginia Madsen and celebrated voice actor Robbie Daymond, stories will include timeless classics as well as brand-new tales.
Hosts Sandra Newman and Catherine Nichols choose one book for each year of the twentieth century (Nella Larsen's Passing, 1936, Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls, 1966; Mohandas Gandhi's Indian Home Rule, 1909) and talk about it in its historical and literary context. Join the hosts and their special guests to find out what the 20th century was all about.
Sisters Haley, the mind behind Brooke & Binding reviews, and Maddy, upcoming debut author, discuss books - but not just reviews! They look at the various methods behind reading, what makes the best book, how to become a reader, what being a writer is all about, and anything else related to literature. Their humor, thought-provoking ideas, and passion for the subject draws in even the most novice of readers for an audio-only exploration of books. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-si ...
This is Lit & Lucid… Your after work, de-stress, smoke sesh podcast. Every week your host’s Lit & Lucid take you on a journey! A journey to discover the truth and find the balance. We get deep on those thought provoking topics that ooze out of the cannabis universe, but also keep it real by illuminating important issues and people in today's culture. So kick back, consume your favorite cannabis products and get cozy in the lit & lucid lifestyle. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-an ...
Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club. All brought to you by the people behind Little White Lies, the world's most beautiful film magazine. email: firstname.lastname@example.org: @LWLieswww.lwlies.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comedian Ellis Hoffmeister and Writer Ali Keller discuss the strange and wonderful television show that was Pretty Little Liars.
Pandemic has locked us inside our nut shells .Specially students who are deprived of their childhood engaements with friends and relatives . How to help students come out of their nutshells during this pandemic without damaging their health ? No books to read either , at this time came the thought of storytelling specially for children . Podcast was an excellent means to connect all the students with the outer world through their stories.Thus began the journey of littlestorytellers students/ ...
A welcoming church community in the heart of old-town Toronto
Suffer the Little Children is a true crime podcast giving voices back to the victims of child abuse and shining a harsh spotlight on the parents, guardians, and caretakers who silenced them.
Black Chick Lit is a bi-monthly podcast that talks books by and about black women.
Det er komiker Tommy Steine og forfatter og terapeut Geir Wigtil som står bak denne podcasten. Den handler først og fremst om psykisk helse - men også alt det andre som gjør det fint, fælt, lett, vanskelig, plagsomt, kult, kjedelig, lærerikt og morsomt å være et helt vanlig menneske som lever et helt vanlig menneskeliv. Kontakt: email@example.com. For annonsering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Barb (the mom) and Tracie (the daughter) are obsessed knitters and avid readers. We love to talk about our current knitting projects and favorite books to read or listen to - we also review the occasional knitting book. Come join us!
Join us as we explore historical wargames, interview game designers, and occasionally sip a dram of fine Scotch! Little Wars FM is a premium podcast supported by the patrons of Little Wars TV, the largest historical wargaming channel on YouTube. To listen to every episode of the show, join us on Patreon!
Uncited is the internet's least reliable English literature podcast. Join former English majors Amy and Chantelle as they revisit the good, the bad, and the spectacularly ridiculous literary works from their undergrad. Email: UncitedPodcast@outlook.com Twitter: @UncitedPod Instagram: uncitedpod
Littlestown Chapel Sermon Podcast
A podcast and community that explores Black women and romantic love through the lens of romance novels. Each episode of Culture Lit trains a spotlight on a new Black romance novel and then deep dives into the many themes facing Black women and love after 40. Be ready to laugh, sigh and talk about Black women falling in love, yes sex too, and the Black authors writing their stories.
Lit Wallflowers is an official, unofficial Historical Romance book review podcast presented by Toni Rose and Wendy Woo. Every week they take themes from a Historical Romance and relate it back to how it can be applied to life in modern times! Then they Pot-Tail with a whiskey of the series and discuss all things Bookstagram and Romance! For more content, giveaways, and bonus material follow @litwallflowerspodcast on Instagram and Facebook, and @Lit_Wallflowers on Twitter!
Litteraturudsendelserne i Den2Radio dækker bredt fra oplæsninger, montager og debat om danske og udenlandske klassikere til den nyeste samtidslitteratur. Redaktionen følger egne lyster og interesser, det er ofte et aktualiserende blik på noget kendt eller et indspark med noget nyt, men endnu ikke så kendt, så det er ikke her man får kontinuerlig dækning af nyudgivelser.
In this episode, we perceive how scenes on a rainy night express the storm in a lady’s heart, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Kurunthogai 261, penned by Kazhaarkeeran Eyitriyaar. Set in mountains of ‘Kurinji’, the verse speaks in the voice of the lady to the confidante, passing on a hidden message to the man, listening nearby. பழ மழை பொழிந்தெ…
Join us as Claudette, Kim, and Drew engage with another special guest. In this episode Tracy Mason, Director of Parks & Recreation for the Town of Killingly, is back to help us get active.Killingly Public Library
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Haley and Maddy share 9 titles of anticipated reads for 2022!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lit-sis/support
Happy New Year! And, happy Season four with author Cathy Maxwell who we have always wanted to cover. We are starting with “His Secret Mistress” in preparation for the upcoming release for the Logical Man’s Guide to Dangerous Women series. Brandon Balfour, frustrated for possibly not getting a commission, left London for the country. Actually, he wa…
E.147 features Heather Jackson, Co-Founder of Realm of Caring Foundation and Unlimited Sciences. Realm of Caring is an internationally acclaimed nonprofit primarily serving families who are dealing with life-limiting and chronic health conditions. Today RoC is committed to improving lives through research, education and community. Heather knows fir…
Yo. It's crazy because season three of our show was supposed to begin Thursday, January 13th, but we're both super sick thanks to Apryl Jones' ex. Season three will now start Thursday, February 3rd. So, here's another favorite episode from our past! This week's theme, How to Survive a Crisis, is inspired by the first comic book we ever featured, an…
Delve into the darkly lit world of horror literature with us! This month, we start a long journey into the shadowy woods with Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky. Next month… you decide what we read! Let us know with some feedback or through an upcoming Twitter poll if you’d like us to continue this novel, or take a break to read Fever Dream by Sam…
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This week, a tribute to the woman who did all she could to further equality for all and then kept going: Julia Ward Howe. Most famous for writing the 'Battle Hymn of the Republic' and championing the causes of women and other marginalized groups, may we take inspiration from her and all aspire to look like a walnut.…
Join Caitlin, Kristen, and Aliah as they discuss some of the cool storytelling elements used in Netflix's new series, Arcane. If you want to read twelve pages of Caitlin and Kristen lauding/arguing/not understanding/beings stupid about some of the things the writers, animators, and others involved did, you're welcome to it: https://docs.google.com/…
Jim Peterson takes readers on a surreal journey in his short story collection The Sadness of Whirlwinds. In this first episode of the 2022 season of The Fall for the Book Podcast, he discusses how each tale dabbles or drips with magical realism and why it's important for the reader to ask questions.Watershed Lit
It's a new year, and we're so excited to be joined by HIllary Kelly, a book and TV critic at Vulture, The New Yorker, and LA Times. Angela and Hillary talk about the books they missed in 2021, and what to look forward to in 2022. They also talk about the hype machine, talking about books others pretend to like, how doing a profile of Claire Vaye Wa…
Novelist and university professor Joy Castro joins us to discuss Margery Latimer, an all-but-forgotten early 20th century writer whose work has been compared to D.H. Lawrence, Gertrude Stein, and James Joyce. We’re discussing Latimer’s mind-blowingly brilliant book from 1928, We Are Incredible, as well as Latimer’s fraught friendship with another l…
A podcast and community that explores Black women and romantic love through the lens of romance novels. Each episode of Culture Lit trains a spotlight on a new Black romance novel and then deep dives into the many themes facing Black women and love after 40. Be ready to laugh, sigh and talk about Black women falling in love, yes sex too, and the Bl…
Happy New Year! We're ringing in 2022 with a New Year's poem, your unpopular book opinions, and highbrow literature*! (*listicles)
In this episode, we talk with Valerie Saenz from John Jay HS about how she uses purposeful state changes to keep her students engaged and on task. Valerie teaches English II for sophomores who failed last year and English IV AP. You can see a map of her lesson plan here: https://bit.ly/3FYbpt6
Mary O’Brien Fall/Winter 2022 Mary O’Brien is an artist, writer and poet. Her writing evolves out of her engagement with place. and community, and the research she develops for land art installations. Her non-fiction works delve into ecological loss and community resilience. She writes about political landscapes and our anthropocentric relationship…
For this episode I'm joined by my dear friend Holly Cruise (@hollyzonebooks & @hollyzonehistory) of the Queer Girl Film Club podcast (@queergirlfilmclub) to discuss comics and graphic novels! We discuss what we love and dislike about the artform and industry, if 'graphic novel' is just a snobby term to make comics more appealing to literary types, …
One last conversation before we bid adieu to 2021, a year that wasn't much better than the previous. But nonetheless, we discuss our Top 3's of the year. Our favorite movies released this and books we read this year (regardless of when they were released).Cheers to 2021, may 2022 be infinitely better!Happy New Year to all you LTLiens out there!Give…
New Year’s is a time for optimism, but instead Christy Admiraal discusses Sylvia Plath’s 1963 roman à clef, the Bell Jar. Also, John totally gets the dates wrong for this book’s complicated publishing history. John McCoy with Christy Admiraal Show Notes & Links Wikipedia entry on the Bell Jar The book was first published in the UK 1963 under a pseu…
Recorded on December 26, 2021 Book Talk begins at 26:04 Our Fall Sweater KAL is ongoing until January 15, 2022! View the details here. Our next KAL will be announced on the next episode! Stay tuned... Virtual get-together via Zoom on Saturdays, 12 noon PST - Details here. Upcoming events: January 7-9, 2022 - We will both be attending the New Year F…
Happy Holidays! Another live episode to celebrate the union of Can't Lit and Real Vancouver Writers' Series. Dina, Jen are joined by Sean Cranbury as co-host to talk about books we loved this year, what we want to leave behind in the literary world and what we want from 2022. And we're joined by special guests: Meghan Waitt, nathan dueck, Daniel Zo…