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Reviews of novels, poetry, non-fiction & graphic novels with a distinctly geek-driven Canadian focus. The vocal version of MacroMicroCosm Literary & Art Journal (ISSN 2368-979/X) features articles and reviews, discussions, author interviews and the philosophy of literature.We tend to highlight sci-fi, spec fic & magic realism, and love poetry for its' experimentalism and edge.
 
It's like Fresh Air meets Car Talk for Sherlock Holmes fans. Find out what's going on in the world of Sherlock Holmes, including books, pop culture, Sherlock Holmes societies around the world, and a reflection on how this great character has inspired generations of dedicated literary and non-literary types alike. Entirely interview-based, IHOSE airs twice a month: on the 15th and 30th. Subscribe today - it’s elementary!
 
Listen to new poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and lyrics in ”Lana M. ‘Rochel Author” storytelling podcast! The gamut of genres Lana writes is diverse. Smashing borders, she shares the best of hers globally. With beautiful music, each episode will tickle your senses. Live the chemistry of words! All episodes (timeless) are available on Lana M. ‘Rochel, YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHIFFQ7YxvWX0jfYwOAqyLw Author bio: Lana M. ‘Rochel is the pen name for a writer, poet, lyricist, and p ...
 
Asymptote is a global journal dedicated to literary translation, created by a team of writers and translators from over 25 different countries. In our new podcast, we explore the most fascinating, eclectic and unsung stories in international literature. Each episode travels far and wide to bring you interviews, readings and mini-documentaries from all over the literary world.
 
The Uncommercial Traveller is a collection of literary sketches and reminiscences written by Charles Dickens. In 1859 Dickens founded a new journal called All the Year Round and the Uncommercial Traveller articles would be among his main contributions. He seems to have chosen the title and persona of the Uncommercial Traveller as a result of a speech he gave on the 22 December 1859 to the Commercial Travellers' School London in his role as honorary chairman and treasurer. The persona sits we ...
 
Tiferet Talk is offered by TIFERET Journal. Our literary journal and monthly radio shows feature writers like Robert Pinsky, Charles Simic, Natalie Goldberg, Ed Hirsch, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Marie Howe, and many others. To subscribe, please visit http://tiferetjournal.com/the-journal/.
 
PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound's co-director, Al Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their own work and discussing poetry and poetics - and to make these available to everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania
 
East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Writers Society students, as well as artists from surrounding communities, share their creative works with host Obed Silva. The East Side Rose Podcast is a companion production to the literary journal of the same name. The podcast is produced by Gregory Mena on the campus of East Los Angeles College. Find out more at http://www.eastsiderose.org.
 
CLEWS is a library devoted to top-shelf, literary, culturally significant true crime stories from around the world. Our chairs rest at the intersection of history, journalism, law, and murder. Every episode is the product of meticulous research and analysis that will inform, entertain, teach, and surprise even the most knowledgeable true crime aficionado. Episodes featuring true stories alternate with episodes devoted to interviews of today's best-selling true crime authors. Lead author Laur ...
 
Litquake is San Francisco's nine-day literary festival for booklovers, complete with cutting-edge panel discussions, unique cross-media events, and hundreds of readings. Litquake's Lit Cast is our selection of live recordings from the "Epicenter", a monthly series which embraces a theater of ideas between writers and readers.
 
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Journal of Bioethical Inquiry

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JBI Dialogues is presented by the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry as a multidisciplinary space to connect academic, professional, and community voices in conversations about ethical, legal and social issues arising in health care, the health professions and the biological sciences. JBI Dialogues involves our contributors, readers, and the editorial team, extending the work of the journal with exchanges of ideas about its published research and emerging issues and practices in bioethics. The JB ...
 
With most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing ...
 
The official Reed Magazine Podcast. Reed is the literary journal of San José State University and Silicon Valley, publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art that reflect the valley's popular diversity, California roots and global connections. This year is Reed’s 150th anniversary. Reed is the oldest literary magazine west of the Mississippi. It also an integral part of Silicon Valley's cultural life. Reed enjoys a special relationship with downtown San José as the center of the re ...
 
Love is connecting with the man in the maroon Bonneville who killed your Big Naked Guy. Love is responding to grief by inviting the Devil into your home. Love is finding yourself sitting Zen in an Elk’s Lodge. Love is learning your mom is boinking a dude in a squirrel costume. The quirky characters in Cain’t Do Nothing with Love get themselves in the worst pickles, thanks to love . . . can love get them out? Join them as they travel the wandering, unpredictable path of love. Nine of the four ...
 
Welcome to the New Limestone Review podcast! This podcast was formerly called "I Wanted To Also Ask About Ghosts." New Limestone Review is a literary journal run by graduate students in the University of Kentucky's MFA program in Creative Writing. We accept submissions of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art almost year-round. You can find more about submission guidelines on our website. On this podcast, we interview writers about identity, process, form, inspiration, and more.
 
Well read and well fed: Explore what co-hosts Amanda Dell and Kimberly Chou and their guests are reading, watching and listening to in and around the world of food. New and classic cookbooks, food memoirs, great reportage, TV, food on film — it's all fair game. Tune in as they talk to magazine editors, writers, chefs and other folks who bridge the worlds of culinary and literary about what's recommended now in food media as well as media, literature and culture that inspires food media maker ...
 
It’s a podcast on writing for anyone who’s “not a writer.” Best-selling author and Founder of Find Your Voice Allison Fallon explores the power of the written word to create change in yourself, your community, and in the world through interviews with authors, reviews of powerful books, and short motivational prompts to get you moving in the right direction.
 
Join New York Times bestselling author Patti Callahan for a seven-part original podcast that explores in-depth the improbable and beautiful love story between C.S. Lewis and Joy Davidman. While writing her bestselling novel, Becoming Mrs. Lewis, Patti Callahan was inspired by numerous experts from both personal, scholarly, and literary backgrounds. Join her as she talks with these influencers, who include: • Joy Davidman’s son and C.S. Lewis’s step-son, Douglas Gresham • Drs. David and Cryst ...
 
Media Voices is a weekly look at all the news and views from across the media world, featuring leading figures from media and publishing businesses. The team behind the podcast take a common sense approach to media analysis, from the practices of journalism to deep dives into publisher business models.
 
Radio Rumi is hosted by Dr. Fatemeh Keshavarz at the University of Maryland. Keshavarz is author of award winning books including Reading Mystical Lyric: the Case of Jalal al-Din Rumi (USC Press,1998), Recite in the Name of the Red Rose (USC Press, 2006) and a book of literary analysis and social commentary titled Jasmine and Stars: Reading more than Lolita in Tehran (UNC Press, 2007). She has also published other books and numerous journal articles. Keshavarz is a published poet in Persian ...
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, an NYC literary arts space at the intersection of migration, race, and social justice. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events, as well as occasional original episodes. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, quirky yet curated, and d ...
 
A mysterious crime is being plotted in a tiny garret above a dilapidated apartment building in St Petersburg in Russia. The plotter, Rodion Raskolinikov, is a poor student who has delusions of ridding the world of “worthless vermin” and counter balancing these crimes with good deeds. He commits a murder to test his own theories and prove that crime comes naturally to the human species. Crime and Punishment is a path-breaking novel of ideas that changed the course of novel writing in the 20th ...
 
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Faculty of Humanities, Brock University

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Foreword will introduce you to Humanities researchers at Brock University and explore how the Humanities can help us make sense of the rapidly changing world around us. Produced by the Faculty of Humanities at Brock University, Canada.
 
Jerusha Abbott, an eighteen year old orphan, faces an uncertain future in the charity home where she has lived all her life. On reaching adulthood, the orphanage can no longer offer shelter to its inmates. Her anxiety leads her into wild speculation when she is summoned to the matron's office. But a surprise awaits her. One of the visitors, a wealthy Trustee of the orphanage, has offered to fund Jerusha's college education and fulfill her dreams of becoming a writer. The only condition he ma ...
 
0000017a-15d9-d736-a57f-17ff8a330001The Bookshelf features authors from around New Hampshire and the region, as well as books about New Hampshire by authors from anywhere. Covering mostly fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, it also features literary conferences, events and trends.Hosted by Peter Biello, The Bookshelf airs every other Friday on All Things Considered.What's on your bookshelf? Let us know by sending an email to books@nhpr.org.
 
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Noema is a magazine looking at some of the biggest issues of the 21st century - AI, the climate crisis, the future of democracy and capitalism. Its Executive Editor Kathleen Miles tells us about the challenges of publishing in what seems like a very high-brow niche, commissioning and editing writers like Yuval Harari and Francis Fukuyama - and how …
 
A character played by an actor in a fat suit shovels food in his face, unable to restrain himself in a fit of rage. Another falls, too lazy and out-of-shape to get up without the aid of others. And yet another loses weight and avenges the anti-fat bullying she faced growing up, finally earning respect as a thin person. We see all of these tropes ad…
 
Today's episode dives into Cecilia Vicuña's 'Colliding and not colliding at the same time'. The performance begins as the audience, having been encouraged to ask questions about an art video that had just been screened, went momentarily silent. No questions were being asked, so Vicuña began improvisationally to fill the room with words and sounds, …
 
CLEWS takes you to Tokyo in spring, where a beautiful woman commits the rarest crime in the calendar. Meet Sada Abe and her modern sisters in castration. Sources: Laura James, The beauty defense, 2020. www.naomiclifford.com/ann-crampton/ William Johnston, Geisha, harlot, strangler, star, 2005. Judith Knelman, Twisting in the wind, 1998. Christine M…
 
This week we hear from Tara Lajumoke, Managing Director of FT Strategies, the Financial Times' consulting firm. We discussed how FT Strategies fits into the FT's wider goals, what her role involves as MD, and how they're building a robust playbook for other subscription businesses. We also talk about how publishers' subscription strategies are hold…
 
CLEWS takes you to Botswana, known for its diamonds, democracy, elephants, and low crime rate – until a June night in 1996, when gunshots announce the shocking murder of a well-to-do woman in her own home. The police are stumped. Then a wedding, a housemaid, and a sister-in-law reveal the secrets of Marriette Bosch. Sources: Botswana, Bosch v The S…
 
Even as a huge fan of horror movies, I can admit that many of the classic and modern films of the genre showcase harmful stereotypes, tropes and roles for women and AFAB folks. In this episode of Beyond the Page, we discuss these tropes and topics in detail, dealing with the complicated feelings we have towards these forms of representation and dec…
 
This week, we hear from Blair Tapper, Senior Vice President at The Independent US. She talks about what her priorities have been since the brand's US launch, what an Independent reader looks like across the pond, and why their new commercial offerings are more mission-based. She also explains why block lists create huge missed opportunities for adv…
 
“those sacred writings, drawn in Egyptian letters” [STUD] If there is one author to whom we owe the rise in popularity of Sherlock Holmes in the mid-1970s, it is Nicholas Meyer, BSI ("A Fine Morocco Case"). It was his novel The Seven Per-Cent Solution (which spent 40 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List) and his screenplay for the film versi…
 
“The elites are out to get you and your hard-earned pay.” “We’re spending too much on protecting foreign nations and not enough defending our own borders against immigrant invaders.” “China is taking your job and will soon take over your phone.” We are consistently fed this type of “rightwing populism” –– sticking up for the working man against an …
 
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