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    Books On The Go
    Ep 212: Best Books of the Year So Far

    Books On The Go

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 31:52


    Anna and Annie discuss the plagiarism allegations with The Dogs originally reported by The Guardian.  We love a literary scandal! Our best books of 2022 so far are: The Sentence by Louise Erdrich Before You Knew My Name by Jacqueline Bublitz The Candy House by Jennifer Egan The Cost of Living by Deborah Levy Devotion by Hannah Kent Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin Son of Sin by Omar Sakr Annie also reacts to the Women's Prize winner and recommends the Tsundoku podcast.  Follow us! Email: booksonthegopodcast@gmail.com Facebook: Books On The Go Instagram: @abailliekaras and @mr_annie Twitter: @abailliekaras and @mister_annie Litsy: @abailliekaras Credits Artwork: Sascha Wilkosz

    Tootie’s Tales
    Episode 18: Spiffen: A Tale of a Tidy Pig

    Tootie’s Tales

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 14:07


    Spiffen is an adorable tale about a tidy pig who sweeps and cleans and tidies to the beat of a different drummer, forced to stay inside when King Hog comes to town.Spiffen by Mary Ada SchwartzDid you know ToTalk Armenian offers Eastern and Western Armenian class for children and adults?Click on the link below www.totalkarmenian.com Did you know you could get the accompanying literary labels from our online store? Literary labels are already translated & transliterated into Armenian. You can simply peel & stick them on your book. Click on the link below https://shop.totalkarmenian.com/collections/literary-labelsLiterary labels are offered in Eastern & Western Armenian. You can support us on Patreon.

    Literary Friction
    Minisode Thirty-Two: A Short History of Literary Friction (Patreon Sneak Peek)

    Literary Friction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 44:58


    For this month's minisode, we thought we'd give our listeners a preview of some of the bonus minisodes that we're creating for our patreon subscribers. This is one we recorded in May 2021, and it's all about the history of Literary Friction. We had a lot of fun thinking back to when we were baby interviewers, so listen in for the fruits of Carrie's archival digging, our memories of the night we first met all those moons ago (clue: big earrings and a jumpsuit were involved), and our high points and low points over the years. We hope you enjoy it, and head over to patreon.com/litfriction if you'd like to support our show and hear more episodes like this one.

    Down the Yellow Brick Pod
    "The Magic of Oz" (Part 2) with Sarah Crotzer

    Down the Yellow Brick Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 70:54


    Editor-in-Chief of The Baum Bugle, Sarah Crotzer, returns to the pod to discuss part 2 of the thirteenth book in L. Frank Baum's original Oz series, 1919's "The Magic of Oz"! The trio unpacks the adventure our characters embark upon to find Ozma the perfect birthday gift, provide context for the appearance of the word "Ozmies" and discuss the importance of self-love and staying true to yourself.Show Notes:The Baum BugleIrregular ChoiceThe Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca LoncraineDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray

    Front Row
    Arthur Hughes as Richard III, Literary Prizes, Dadaist Interventions

    Front Row

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 42:23


    Arthur Hughes, known for his roles in The Archers, in which he plays Ruairi, and the BBC2 drama Then Barbara Met Alan, details the significance of his portrayal as Richard III in the new RSC production as a disabled actor. Earlier this month the literary world was shocked by the announcement that after 50 years the Costa Book Awards, formerly the Whitbread, would be no more. What did this announcement mean and how healthy is the outlook for book prizes in the UK? Damian Barr was a judge last year and joins Tom to make a proposal for a new national prize alongside commentator Alex Clark. We Are Invisible We Are Visible is a day of Dada-inspired art works and performances in UK art galleries by deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists. Organiser Mike Layward explains why he wanted to bring Dada and disability together, while performance artist Aaron Williamson and curator and printmaker Mianam Yasmin Bashir Canvin discuss their respective Dadist offerings, the performance Hiding in 3D at the Ikon Gallery Birmingham and This Is Not a Pipe at the Hepworth Wakefield Gallery. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Harry Parker Photo: Ellie Kurttz, RSC

    A Good Story is Hard to Find
    Good Story 285: Lonesome Dove

    A Good Story is Hard to Find

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    Julie sets out for Utah with 3000 cows and a saddlebag full of podcasting equipment. Scott won't follow until he's done playing cards. Episode 285: Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry.Download or listen via this link: |Episode #285| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: |HERE|

    Your Best Writing Life
    Increase Your Readership with Blythe Daniel

    Your Best Writing Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:39


    How can writers get more readers? Literary agent, Blythe Daniel, shares tips and strategies with host Linda Goldfarb to help writers increase their readership. Blythe Daniel – has been in publishing for over 20 years. She's a marketer, author, and literary agent and has written for Focus on the Family, Christian Retailing, and others. She and her mother co-wrote: Mended: Restoring the Hearts of Mothers and Daughters. She lives in Colorado with her husband and children  In today's episode, Linda and Blythe discuss why we must have a built-in readership, how we can increase our following, and how we can get past the hesitation of doing what we must do to get it done.[bctt tweet="How can writers get more readers? Literary agent, Blythe Daniel, shares tips and strategies with host Linda Goldfarb to help writers increase their readership." username="@LindaGoldfarb @BRMCWC @BlytheDaniel"]LINKSBlythe DanielOur Mended HeartsIf you enjoy Your Best Writing Life's content- consider a monthly donation through Patreon. Support Your Best Writing Life podcast Visit our website, Your Best Writing Life websiteYour Best Writing Life PodcastJoin fellow writers in our Facebook group, Your Best Writing LifeI'd love to hear your thoughts about this episode --LindaAbout your host - Linda GoldfarbBesides hosting Your Best Writing Life, Linda Goldfarb is a multi-published award-winning author, audiobook narrator, international speaker, board-certified Christian life coach, co-owner, co-founder of the LINKED® Personality System and co-author of the LINKED® Quick Guide to Personality series.Linda and her hubby, Sam, are empty nesters leading full lives. With four adult children and 15 grandbabies– life is a new adventure every day. She loves sipping frothed coffee with friends, traveling the countryside with Sam, and sharing transparent truth to help others take their next best step-- personally and professionally.   Visit the website of our host, Linda Goldfarb

    Fully Booked by Kirkus Reviews

    Literary critic and cultural historian Joanna Scutts joins us to discuss Hotbed: Bohemian Greenwich Village and the Secret Club That Sparked Modern Feminism (Seal Press, June 7), “an enlightening contribution to the history of feminism” (Kirkus). Then our editors join with their reading recommendations for the week.

    Auckland Libraries
    Books and Beyond: Literary Lounge: Mānawatia a Matariki

    Auckland Libraries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 30:00


    Join Alison and Ineka as they look to the stars and celebrate the appearance of Matariki. Books mentioned on the show can be requested using the Auckland Libraries catalogue links below: Matariki - Kirsten Parkinson and Kitty Brown (2022) https://bit.ly/3a75ozk Matariki around the world: a cluster of stars, a cluster of stories - Rangi Mātāmua & Miriama Kamo (2022) https://bit.ly/3OQFGhc Puanga me Matariki – Sharon Holt (2022) https://bit.ly/3QSAtaF Kua whetūrangitia tōku koro - Brianne T Paa (2022) https://bit.ly/3OLOghp Ko Flit, te Tīrairaka me te mahere Matariki - Kat Quin (2021) https://bit.ly/3yo4OGR The astromancer: the rising of Matariki / Witi Ihimaera (2022); illustrated by Isobel Joy Te-Aho White https://bit.ly/3OJ9AEa How to loiter in a turf war / Coco Solid / 2022 / Available in Adult Fiction NZ https://bit.ly/3I2E9mo Nuku: stories of 100 indigenous women / Qiane Matata-Sipu / 2021 / Adult Non-Fiction https://bit.ly/3yt84B1

    Comedy Factory from CBC Radio
    Literary Nightmare

    Comedy Factory from CBC Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 19:24


    Has the United States been reading too many Dystopian novels?

    Drinking With Authors
    Episode 245 Literary Briefs Wilnona & Jade - Read Like A Lady

    Drinking With Authors

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:16


    This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10About the Author:Jade is the 2019 Poet of the year, and Wilnona is Advocate Awarded. The duo has contributed writings to eleven books or what they call" literary life guides w/ pop poetry": The And I Thought Series & The Miss-Fit Guides. Jade and Wilnona are the Co-Founders of The Inspirational Women in Literature Media and Journalism Awards, The Thoughtful Book Festival, the 25 Hottest Authors Magazine & And I Thought Literary Magazine. They have several podcasts. They co-hosted conferences on three continents.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Wilnona-Marie/e/B00XUWL1DA?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1646832783&sr=1-2Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andithoughtladies/?hl=enMusic by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

    Podcast – Cory Doctorow's craphound.com
    Reasonable Agreement: On the Crapification of Literary Contracts

    Podcast – Cory Doctorow's craphound.com

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 22:42


    This week on my podcast, I read a recent Medium column, Reasonable Agreement: On the Crapification of Literary Contracts, about the growing trend of standard, non-negotiable contract terms in freelance writing contracts that are outrageous in their unfairness. MP3

    The Write and Wrong Podcast
    #74 - Danielle Pender

    The Write and Wrong Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 35:35


    Writer, editor and creative consultant, Danielle Pender joins us fresh off the release of her first book, 'Watching Women & Girls". We talk all about the book, why she chose to do it as a collection of short stories and how it is an extension of her magazine, Riposte, which she founded to advocate for women's voices.

    Stories from the Stacks
    The Literary & Ecological History of Lake Hopatcong with Peter Astras

    Stories from the Stacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 34:44


    Hudson Maxim wanted his lake, and he didn't mind twisting some arms to get it. The early-twentieth-century investor in Lake Hopatcong property wished to make it a destination for well-heeled travelers and pleasure seekers. Making his plans difficult were a cadre of challenges from intransigent executives, to the Morris Canal, to the hydrography of the lake itself. Environmental scholar Peter Astras, PhD candidate at St. Johns University, tells the tale of Lake Hopatcong as an object of desire, development, and indeterminate outcomes. Astras came to the Hagley Library to explore the Hudson Maxim papers, a collection that ranges across the wide array of the man's business and personal interests. Through careful reading of the archive, he was able to piece together a story that situates the lake in broader context of economic and environmental change. For more Hagley History Hangouts, and more information on the Center for the History of Business, Technology, & Society, visit us on line at www.hagley.org.

    Down the Yellow Brick Pod
    "The Magic of Oz" (Part 1) with Sarah Crotzer

    Down the Yellow Brick Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 60:06


    Editor-in-Chief of The Baum Bugle, Sarah Crotzer, joins the pod to discuss the thirteenth book in L. Frank Baum's original Oz series, 1919's "The Magic of Oz"! The trio shares their personal preferences for birthday parties, unpack Baum's possible intentions for character name pronunciations, and reflect on the first author's note to be published post the author's death.Stay tuned for Part 2 dropping Wednesday!Show Notes:The Baum BugleRising Star MUAThe Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum by Rebecca LoncraineDown the YBP Etsy ShopPatreon - DTYBPInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: @emshray

    The Biblio File hosted by Nigel Beale
    Richard Katrovas on Creative Writing Programs and Publishing First Books

    The Biblio File hosted by Nigel Beale

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 57:18


    I'm in Prague for the Summer. Going to be participating in one of the world's leading creative writing programs. I interviewed its founder Richard Katrovas.  Why listen to Richard? Having run the Prague Summer Program for Writers for more than two decades, he knows a lot about the process of teaching creative writing; plus he knows karate. We talk about listening and critiquing artfully, not fucking with style, the formalization of a sense of literary community; counter-culture, the literary conversation, literary communities in different epochs, communal writing, work-shopping, the genius of the English language incorporating other languages, publishing first books, validation, the importance of self-esteem and personal prestige, the desire for social relevance, Ernest Becker; 'who touches a book touches a man,' book fetishes, the weirdness of poetry and Prague, ripping off books, living in the Projects, and much more.  This is part one of the conversation. I'll conduct part two once I've gone through the wringer. 

    Writer's Edge After Show
    Chapter 11 Episode 5

    Writer's Edge After Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 60:00


    The After Show with McKensie Stewart and Amy Shannon is a podcast platform created to help authors promote themselves and their work. The mission of the Literary dynamic duo is to educate and assist authors, no matter their experience. The hosts will provide writing tips, and expert advice from the hosts, and other guests. Guests will include authors, writers, editors, publishers, and many more from those within the literary world. The After Show wants to help people share their stories with the world. Jon Bassoff joins the duo for the "Be Our Guest" segment, and  the duo will have an in- depth conversation about Brand and Book Promotions

    Literary Friction
    Literary Friction Special - Elif Batuman

    Literary Friction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 50:53


    This month we're bringing you an author special with Elif Batuman, who joined Carrie in cyberspace to talk about her hilarious and original second novel Either/Or. In this extended interview, they discussed what makes a novel political, snobberies about structure and storytelling, learning to be funny on Twitter, the allure of the '90s, and much more. Plus the usual book recommendations. We hope you enjoy! Recommendations: Elif: The Eighth Life by Nino Haratischvili, translated by Charlotte Collins and Ruth Martin Carrie: Fever Dream by Samantha Schweblin, translated by Megan McDowell Find a list of all recommended books at: https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/june-2022-special-with-elif-batuman Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/litfriction Email us: litfriction@gmail.com Tweet us & find us on Instagram: @litfriction This episode is sponsored by Picador: https://www.panmacmillan.com/picador

    TNT Radio
    Dr. Michael Rectenwald on The James Breslo Show - 22 June 2022

    TNT Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 55:36


    GUEST OVERVIEW: Dr. Michael Rectenwald is the author of eleven books, including Thought Criminal (Dec. 2020); Beyond Woke (May 2020); Google Archipelago (Sept. 2019); and Springtime for Snowflakes (2018). Michael was a Professor of Liberal Studies and Global Liberal Studies at NYU from 2008 to 2019. He also taught at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, Carnegie Mellon University, and Case Western Reserve University. Michael has appeared on major network political talk shows (Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fox & Friends, Fox & Friends First, Varney & Company, The Glenn Beck Show), on syndicated radio shows (Coast to Coast AM, Glenn Beck, The Larry Elder Show, and many others), on The Epoch Times' American Thought Leaders series, and on numerous podcasts (The Tom Woods Show, The Leighton Smith Podcast, Steel-on-Steel, The Carl Jackson Podcast, and many others). Michael's writing for general audiences has appeared in The Mises Institute Wire, The Epoch Times, RT.com, The American Conservative, Quillette, The Washington Post, The International Business Times, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, LotusEaters.com, Chronicles Magazine, Campus Reform, The New English Review, and other outlets. A former Marxist, Michael has become a leading voice for liberty and opposes all forms of totalitarianism and political authoritarianism, including socialism-communism, “social justice,” fascism, political correctness, and “woke” ideology. He earned his Ph.D. in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University, his M.A. from Case Western Reserve University, and his B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh. His work can be found at MichaelRectenwald.com.

    Literally Reading
    Literary Lineup: July

    Literally Reading

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:45


    Hi Readers!  Welcome to Literary Lineup: July Edition! On this mini-episode, we'll each share three books that we are hoping to pick-up this month. The Patron Saint of Second Chances by Christine Simon (Traci) The Bodyguard by Catherine Center (Ellie) The Family Remains by Lisa Jewell (Traci) Let's Not Do This Again by Grant Ginder (Ellie) Mansfield Park by Jane Austen (Traci) Acts of Violet by Margarita Montimore (Ellie)

    CBC Newfoundland Morning
    On National Indigenous People's Day, we talk about amplifying the voices of Mi'kmaw, Inuit and Innu in NL, through their literary work

    CBC Newfoundland Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:26


    On this National Indigenous People's Day, you might be interested in reading more about the history and cultures of Indigenous people in this country. Historically in this province, Indigenous people's voices have been muted, but public libraries are among the groups who'd like to change that. Mi'kmaw writer Ivan J.White and regional librarian Emma Craig joined us to talk about it.

    Blink-155
    Preview: Jawbreaker: Literary Punk and Authenticity (ft. Suzanne Sutherland)

    Blink-155

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 5:05


    There's no Jos or MGK as Sam sits down with his sister Suzanne to discuss the hyperliterate squatter-bard himself with this special report about Jawbreaker and literature. Follow Suzanne: https://twitter.com/sutherlandsuz Buy her books: https://www.suzannesutherland.com/ Listen to the full episode at http://www.patreon.com/155pod  

    Big Ideas in Education
    Ep 167: Financial literacy in Michigan; Why spelling bees and spelling education matter

    Big Ideas in Education

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 22:40


    This week, Sarah talks about a new mandate of personal financial literacy in schools and the opportunities that lies ahead in this investment. Ryan talks about the benefits of spelling bees and spelling education to improve students' communication skills and literary competencies. Tune in!Don't just listen, join the conversation! Tweet us at @AcademicaMedia or with the hashtag #BigIdeasinEducation with questions or new topics you want to see discussed.

    Drinking With Authors
    Episode 243 Literary Briefs Shae Coon

    Drinking With Authors

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 29:50


    This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10About the Author:I am a native Texan, wife, and mother. I began writing soon after my daughter was born in 2012, and It took me four years to finish my first manuscript. I kept putting it down and coming back to it later in life, but with the support of family and friends, I finished it and am now able to live my dream of taking others to a world of seduction and romance through my writing.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Shae-Coon/e/B09582JXSK/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Shae.coonauthor/Music by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

    SBS Hebrew - אס בי אס בעברית
    SBS Jerusalem Report in English: Peta Jones Pellach reports on the passing of literary giant A.B. Yehoshua.

    SBS Hebrew - אס בי אס בעברית

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 8:49


    SBS Jerusalem Report in English: Peta Jones Pellach reports on the passing of literary giant A.B. Yehoshua.

    Quotomania
    Quotomania 260: Fernando Pessoa

    Quotomania

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 1:32


    On June 13, 1888, Fernando António Nogueira Pessôa was born in Lisbon, Portugal. When he was scarcely five years old, his father died. His mother remarried a year and a half later to the Portuguese consul in Durban, South Africa. Pessoa attended an English school in Durban, where he lived with his family until the age of seventeen. When he was thirteen he made a year-long visit to Portugal, returning there for good in 1905. He began studying at the University of Lisbon in 1906 but dropped out after only eight months. During the following years he stayed with relatives or in rented rooms, making his living by translating, writing in avant-garde reviews, and drafting business letters in English and French. He began publishing criticism in 1912, creative prose in 1913, and poetry in 1914. This was also the year when the alter egos he called heteronyms—Alberto Caeiro, Ricardo Reis, and Álvaro de Campos—came into existence. In 1915 he dropped the circumflex from his surname.The majority of Pessoa's poems, heteronymic or otherwise, appeared in literary journals and magazines. He published his first book of English poems, Antinous in 1918, followed by Sonnets(1918) and English Poems (1921), but released only a single book of Portuguese poems, Mensagem, in 1933. He died November 30, 1935, in Lisbon from cirrhosis of the liver. Pessoa avoided the literary world and most social contact; it wasn't until years after his death that his work garnered a wide readership.Literary alter egos were popular among early twentieth-century writers: Pound had Mauberley, Rilke had Malte Laurids Brigge, and Valéry had Monsieur Teste. But no one took their alter ego as far as Pessoa, who gave up his own life to confer quasi-real substance on the poets he designated at heteronyms, giving each a personal biography, psychology, politics, aesthetics, religion, and physique. Alberto Caeiro was an ingenuous, unlettered, unemployed man of the country. Ricardo Reis was a doctor and classicist who wrote Horace-like odes. Álvaro de Campos, a naval engineer, was a bisexual dandy who studied in Glasgow, traveled to the Orient, and lived outrageously in London. In an English text, Pessoa wrote, "Caeiro has one discipline: things must be felt as they are. Ricardo Reis has another kind of discipline: things must be felt, not only as they are, but also so as to fall in with a certain ideal of classic measure and rule. In Álvaro de Campos things must simply be felt." In later years, Pessoa also gave birth to Bernardo Soares, a "semiheteronym" who authored the sprawling fictional diary known as The Book of Disquietude; António Mora, a prolific philosopher and sociologist; the Baron of Teive, an essayist; Thomas Crosse, whose critical writings in English promoted Portuguese literature in general and Alberto Caeiro's work in particular; I. I. Crosse, Thomas's brother and collaborator; Coelho Pacheco, poet; Raphael Baldaya, astrologer; Maria José, a nineteen-year-old hunchback consumptive who wrote a desperate, unmailed love letter to a handsome metalworker who passed under her window on his way to work each day; and so on.At least seventy-two names besides Fernando Pessoa were "responsible" for the thousands of texts that were actually written and the many more that he only planned. Although Pessoa also published some works pseudonymically, he distinguished this from the "heteronymic" project: "A pseudonymic work is, except for the name with which it is signed, the work of an author writing as himself; a heteronymic work is by an author writing outside his own personality: it is the work of a complete individuality made up by him, just as the utterances of some character in a drama would be."From https://poets.org/poet/fernando-pessoa. For more information about Fernando Pessoa:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Rabih Alameddine about Pessoa, at 12:00: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-081-rabih-alameddine“Fernando Pessoa”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/fernando-pessoaThe Book of Disquiet: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/286380/the-book-of-disquiet-by-fernando-pessoa-edited-and-translated-by-richard-zenith/“Fernando Pessoa & His Heteronyms”: https://poetrysociety.org/features/tributes/fernando-pessoa-his-heteronyms

    The Daily Good
    Episode 565: Preserving Europe’s last wild river, a thought-provoking quote from Queen Elizabeth II, the stunning beauty of Fiji, the literary brilliance of PG Wodehouse, the hard swinging piano of Benny Paine, and more…

    The Daily Good

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 21:18


    Good News: The nation of Albania has committed to preserving the Vjosa River in its pristine state, Link HERE. The Good Word: A wonderful quote from Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Good To Know: A startling bit of information about saffron… Good News: Recent research throws some light on surprising positive aftereffects of the pandemic […]

    The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan
    Hernan Diaz: Why Are Novels About Wealth Almost Absent From the Literary Canon?

    The Literary Life with Mitchell Kaplan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 37:00


    On today's episode of The Literary Life, Mitchell Kaplan is joined by Hernan Diaz to discuss his latest book, Trust, out now from Riverhead Books. Hernan Diaz is the author of two novels translated into more than twenty languages. His first novel, In the Distance, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award. He has also written a book of essays, and his work has appeared in The Paris Review, Granta, Playboy, The Yale Review, McSweeney's, and elsewhere. He has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Whiting Award, the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing, and a fellowship from the New York Public Library's Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Creatively Christian
    Secrets of Christian Publishing – Steve Laube

    Creatively Christian

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 64:19


    Literary agent and publisher Steve Laube is on the Creatively Christian podcast, interviewed by guest host Jake Doberenz. Steve covers many topics in this episode, including: The origin of creativityWhat makes Christian fiction “Christian”?The work of a literary agentDoes “platform” matter? Steve Laube has 40 years of experience in the Christian publishing industry, beginning as a bookseller. He formed The Steve Laube Agency in 2004 and became President of The Christian Writers Institute in 2016. Steve also founded Enclave Publishing (which he sold to Oasis Family Media in 2022). In 2009, he was named the ACFW Agent of the Year and has been inducted into the Grand Canyon University Hall of Fame by their College of Theology. This episode can also be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Links might be marked as affiliates, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through the link. Blog post “Edgy Christian Fiction” by Steve Laube – https://stevelaube.com/edgy-christian-fiction“Saint Ben” by John Fischer – https://amzn.to/3Og9svD [Affiliate]Christian Writer's Market Guide – https://christianwritersmarketguide.comCindy Woodsmall – https://amzn.to/3QhmElM [Affiliate]“Hidden Current” by Sharon Hinck – https://amzn.to/3HpPzA2 [Affiliate]The Elements of an Effective Book Proposal (Course) – https://learn.christianwritersinstitute.com/p/the-elements-of-an-effective-book-proposal Learn More About Our Guest You can follow this guest on several platforms, including: Twitter - https://twitter.com/stevelaubeagentFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/stevelaubeagency Credits Support this show and get access to exclusive content by donating at https://www.patreon.com/creativelychristian. This show is produced by Theophany Media (https://www.theophanymedia.com). The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. Our logo is by Bill Brooks. This show is hosted by Brannon Hollingsworth, Andrea Sandefur, Dave Ebert, and Rachel Anna. Jake Doberenz produces. Follow Theophany Media and the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

    The Truly Co Podcast
    The Cure For The Overbooked Home with Mary DeMuth

    The Truly Co Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 37:25


    Literary agent, speaker, podcast host and author of over 40 books, Mary DeMuth is a legend of wisdom in this generation. Her passion and commitment to prayer, as well as her depth of Biblical knowledge, has touched countless lives and The Truly Co. was eager to have some one-on-one time with her. In this episode, host Lindsay May covers Mary's strategy for creating an irresistible home (published in full in the latest Truly Co. magazine), the one thing that helps her say no to others (which actually hangs on her wall!), ways to effectively incorporate the Sabbath in your life, and fresh insight into the power of the written word. In addition, Lindsay gets the inside scoop on Mary's latest book, The Most Misunderstood Women of the Bible. Birthed out of a painful misunderstanding in her own life, she covers this painful topic and the importance of “learning the art of being ok with someone in the world not liking you.” Using women of the Bible as her guide, she offers strategies for tackling this common, yet difficult relational issue. There's lots of great wisdom packed into this short podcast and The Truly Co. was honored to capture it. Want to connect more with Mary? You can join her in prayer every day on her Pray Every Day Podcast or check out her website.

    Tootie’s Tales
    Episode 17: Peter and the Moon Final

    Tootie’s Tales

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 10:26


    Peter would like to offer his mommy the most wonderful gift of all: the moon! But the moon is so very high up. He is going to ask for help from all kinds of people. And he promises a little bit of moon to each of them. . . . But will there be enough for everyone? The whole story is read in Armenian by our wonderful ToTalk Armenian teachers.Did you know ToTalk Armenian offers Eastern and Western Armenian class for children and adults?Click on the link below www.totalkarmenian.com Did you know you could get the accompanying literary labels from our online store? Literary labels are already translated & transliterated into Armenian. You can simply peel & stick them on your book. Click on the link below https://shop.totalkarmenian.com/collections/literary-labelsLiterary labels are offered in Eastern & Western Armenian. You can support us on Patreon.

    The Holy Post
    Episode 513: Guns Again & Learning to Read the Bible with Jo Saxton and BibleProject

    The Holy Post

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 89:49


    Responses to the mass shootings in Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas, have continued, and there's renewed hope for policy changes. This week, Jo Saxton joins Phil and Skye as a guest co-host to discuss a series of articles from African-American and global Christian leaders about the need to rethink both America's gun policies and the American church's gun culture. Then, BibleProject co-founders, Jon Collins and Tim Mackie, talk with Skye about how their work has shifted from just teaching what's in the Bible to teaching people how to read the Bible. Their new app and podcast series is designed to help us see the Bible as brilliant literature, and not just a depository of quick answers to life's problems. Also this week, should we be concerned that more people are having wedding ceremonies to marry themselves? Holy Post merchandise - https://www.holypost.com/shop Getting Schooled by Kaitlyn Schiess: Political Theology 101 - https://www.patreon.com/posts/67787080/ BibleProject Patreon Bonus - https://www.patreon.com/posts/67787175/ News Segment 0:00 - Intro 4:10 - Sologamy?? 13:49 - Guns in the home 20:39 - Guns and cars 26:00 - Global perspective on America's gun culture 36:12 - Gun violence and the theology of evil 44:52 - Guns and church 54:44 - Holy Post Announcements Interview with Jon Collins and Tim MackieBibleProject: bibleproject.com BibleProject App: https://bibleproject.com/app/ BibleProject Podcast: https://bibleproject.com/podcasts/the-bible-project-podcast/ 57:09 - Jon Collins and Tim Mackie interview intro 1:00:26 - BibleProject shift toward how to read the Bible 1:06:39 - Bible literacy in America 1:19:38 - Literary beauty in the Bible Articles mentioned in news segment: “Sologamy: India woman's plan to ‘marry herself' sparks debate” - https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-61671032 “Injuries and deaths due to firearms in the home”https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9715182/ “What would it mean to treat guns the way we treat cars?” (Vox) - https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/23151852/gun-violence-cars-crashes-firearms-deaths-youth “This Love of Guns: It's Way Beyond Our Understanding” by Matthew Soerens (Christianity Today) - https://www.christianitytoday.com/better-samaritan/2022/june/this-love-of-guns-its-way-beyond-our-understanding.html “What Supporters of Gun Rights Mean When They Talk About ‘Evil'” by Esau McCalley (NYT Opinion) - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/10/opinion/mass-shooting-evil.html “White Churches, It's Time to Go Pro-Life on Guns” by Charlie Dates (Christianity Today) - https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/june-web-only/uvalde-school-shooting-chicago-go-pro-life-gun-violence.html

    A Good Story is Hard to Find
    Good Story 285: Jaws (1975)

    A Good Story is Hard to Find

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022


    If Scott has to listen one more time to Julie telling that joke about finding hidden depths in Jaws, he's going to ship off with crazy Captain Quint. Episode 284: Jaws (1975), directed by Stephen Spielberg.Podcasts Julie mentioned:Classic Movie MustsThe Soundtrack ShowAnd here's a lovely Quint's Shark Fishing t-shirt at Last Exit to NowhereDownload or listen via this link: |Episode #284| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: |HERE| We've added a couple of pages to this blog that we'll add to over time!Our Favorite Books.Our Favorite Movies.If you'd like, leave a comment with your suggestions!

    Dale Bible Church
    Chapter 8 - Considering the Context (Part 1)

    Dale Bible Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 32:13


    Historical, Literary, and Theological Kinds of Context

    Drinking With Authors
    Episode 241 Literary Briefs J.B. Moonstar

    Drinking With Authors

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 29:11


    This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10About the Author:J.B. moved to Florida in her early teens and has lived there ever since, enjoying the mild weather and abundance of wildlife. She even spent several seasons raising orphaned squirrels. She graduated from the University of Central Florida and has spent her working career in the legal profession. Her novels are inspired by her family and nature, as well as her need to escape from the real world once in a while.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/J-B-Moonstar/e/B08T4C4ZS8/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_book_1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/j.b.moonstar/?hl=enMusic by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

    KQED’s Forum
    Amor Towles Shares His Odysseys, Both Literary and Literal

    KQED’s Forum

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 55:27


    California – and specifically Lincoln Park in San Francisco – is at least in theory the ultimate destination for the band of travelers and seekers that populate Amor Towles's latest novel, “The Lincoln Highway.” But their journey becomes defined by detours, reversals and recalibrations – in much the same way that Towles describes how he composes his novels. “While I'm writing chapters,” he says, “I'm also adapting to surprises that surface from the work.” We'll talk to Towles about the themes that unite his novels and his own odyssey as a writer.

    Philosophy for our times
    The puzzle of artistic greatness | Minna Salami, Stanley Fish, Meg Rosoff, Janne Teller

    Philosophy for our times

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 49:31


    Should the origins of ideas matter as much as their substance? Our experts discuss.Looking for a link we mentioned? It's here: https://linktr.ee/philosophyforourtimesThere has always been dispute over which ideas are most significant. But at least there used to be broad agreement about the hallmarks of quality and the great works in each field. Now, from literature to the social sciences, there are claims that previous standards were structures of prejudice and oppression, and calls are heard for greater inclusion.How do we navigate this new space where there is so little agreement on merit? Should we abandon the notion of 'great works' altogether, or would this threaten the very survival of our culture and much that we hold to be valuable?Literary theorist Stanley Fish, author of How I Live Now, Meg Rosoff, journalist and editor of MsAfropolitan, Minna Salami and writer and essayist Janne Teller rethink what makes a great work of art. Hosted by BBC Parliamentary Correspondent, Sean Curran.There are thousands of big ideas to discover at IAI.tv – videos, articles, and courses waiting for you to explore. Find out more: https://iai.tv/podcast-offers?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=shownotes&utm_campaign=popularity-and-prejudiceSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
    James Patterson, JAMES PATTERSON BY JAMES PATTERSON: The Stories of My Life

    Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 32:33


    Literary giant James Patterson joins Zibby to talk about his autobiography, James Patterson by James Patterson. The two discuss the impact the two major loves of James' life have had on him, why encouraging children to read and promoting literacy in schools are so important to him, and a handful of some of James' very funny stories. James also shares what it's like to go out in public and be recognized — just not as James Patterson.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/38IdIoBBookshop: https://bit.ly/3t7Y0dhSubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Drinking With Authors
    Episode 239 Literary Briefs Maria DeVivo

    Drinking With Authors

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 32:14


    This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10About the Author:Maria DeVivo is the author of fantasy and horror. When not writing, she teaches Language Arts and Journalism to middle schoolers in Florida. A lover of all things dark and demented, she takes pleasure in warping the comfort factor in her readers' minds.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Maria-DeVivo/e/B00CIAYHKY?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1639329710&sr=1-2Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/AuthorDeVivoMusic by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

    The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons
    Ep. 95: "What's the Implication?"

    The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 89:35


    It's the 95th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps! Despite some technical / Zoom difficulties, Skip and Jason talk about replacement transformers, smoking Earthsound amps, bias, and more.  This week's episode is sponsored by Calton Cases, Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. You can also use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise.  Some of the topics discussed this week: 1:32 Econoco, the giant tube rebuilding place in Woodland, California (link, h/t www.reelaudio.net) 3:16 Cordless yard tools 4:31 What's on Skip's bench: A Charlie Christian-style amp head for Todd Clinesmith; John Munnerlyn's Magnatone-inspired guitars, the power transformer from a blonde Tremolux head; blue molded caps 9:56 The Truth About Vintage Amps Patreon page (link); congrats to Patreon supporter Josh F. on winning a Body and Soul fuzz pedal (Body and Soul on Instagram) 14:18 Nate the syrup guy's 1965 Vibro Champ, redux; inverse feedback; reversing the primary leads on the power transformer 20:31 Beginner's Corner: Cathode bias vs. fixed bias vs. grid bias 25:07 Find this guy: Ham operator Armond Noble, the Kon-Tiki, World Radio News 27:00 A 1964 Fender Super Reverb with a strange volume taper 30:57 A tuxedo Princeton going to the Los Angeles Guitar Show 31:45 Mid-'60s Ampeg B-18N with a weird noise and a single glowing power tube that fixes itself with the standby switch 37:32 A loose rectifier tube in a 1968 Fender Deluxe Reverb 41:32 Fumes from soldering 43:35 Fixing the polarity at a local dive bar 50:38 The goat murder trial is over 53:25 Sourcing the washer behind the jewel light on a Silverface Champ 58:04 Schematics for a Webster TP12-1 PA, making a Blackstar cleaner by swapping the pre-amp tube 1:03:44 A smoking 1973 Earthsound amp 1:11:20 A Harmony H400 combo up for grabs; the Fender Bantam Bass schematic 1:15:09 Replacement output transformers for Fender Champs, Princetons, and Deluxes; rewinding output transformers 1:26:37 Literary recommendation: 'Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies' by Jared Diamond Submit your amp questions, recipes and life hacks to the podcast via podcast@fretboardjournal.com and don't forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.

    Tootie’s Tales
    Episode 16: Where the Wild Things Are in Armenian

    Tootie’s Tales

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 8:06


    The story focuses on a young boy named Max who, after dressing in his wolf costume, wreaks such havoc through his household that he is sent to bed without his supper (after his mother calls him, "WILD THING!" to which he responds, "I'LL EAT YOU UP!"). The whole story is read in Armenian by our wonderful ToTalk Armenian teachers.Did you know ToTalk Armenian offers Eastern and Western Armenian class for children and adults?Click on the link below www.totalkarmenian.com Did you know you could get the accompanying literary labels from our online store?Literary labels are already translated & transliterated into Armenian. You can simply peel & stick them on your book. Click on the link below https://shop.totalkarmenian.com/collections/literary-labels Literary labels are offered in Eastern & Western Armenian. You can support us on Patreon.

    Talking Scared
    94 – Scott Hawkins and a Dog-Eat-Lion World

    Talking Scared

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 63:21


    This week we go behind the curtain to look at the inner workings of a bona-fide modern classic. Our guest is Scott Hawkins, whose debut novel, The Library At Mount Char delighted genre fans back in 2015. Now, to commemorate its first UK publication, Scott joins me for a conversation about its many madcap secrets.We talk about everything from cosmic ethics to kidney stone –  he gives us a little until-now-unknown backstory on some of the most mysterious characters, and I take umbrage at how awfully he treats the poor, poor pooches that guard his goddamned library!!This is a lovely conversation about the loveliest book you've ever read … that contains scenes of children being roasted alive.Enjoy!The Library At Mount Char was published in the UK on 10th May, by Titan BooksOther books mentioned in this episode include:We Are All Completely Fine (2014), by Daryl GregoryThe Stand: The Complete and Uncut Edition (1990), by Stephen KingTitus Groan: Book One of the Gormenghast Trilogy (1946), by Mervyn PeakeSharp Teeth (2007), by Toby BarlowRed Dragon (1981), by Thomas Harris. The Mote in God's Eye (1974), by Jerry Pournelle and Larry NivenThe Hunger (2018), by Alma KatsuIndifferent Stars Above: The Harrowing Saga of the Donner Party (2009), by Daniel James BrownSupport Talking Scared on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TalkingScaredPodCome talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, and TikTok or email direct to talkingscaredpod@gmail.com Download Novellic on Google Play or Apple Store.Support the show

    A Good Story is Hard to Find
    Episode 283: Monsignor Quixote by Graham Greene (fixed)

    A Good Story is Hard to Find

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022


    Julie and Scott infuriate the local Bishop, who suggests they go on a road trip. They decide to attend a theological discussion where each person of the Trinity is represented by a bottle of wine. Episode 283: Monsignor Quixote by Graham Greene. Download or listen via this link: |Episode #283| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: |HERE|

    History Is Dank
    The 5 Most Influential Literary Characters

    History Is Dank

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 45:04


    Not quite a Dank off, but a dank time none the less. Strider shares his top 5 most influential characters from all of literature with a few caveats: the character must be fictional, from a novel set in specific era, and have a profound effect  upon other characters the moment and of course the reader!  DADGRASS.COM/DANK for 20% off your first order! patreon.com/striderwilson Sources: Theamericanscholar.org ‘10 Of The Most Influential Characters of All Time' by James Plath, Dictionary.com, Weforum.org, Britannica.com, Bookanalysis.com, Ranker.com, Study.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    A Good Story is Hard to Find
    Good Story 283: Monsignor Quixote

    A Good Story is Hard to Find

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022


    Julie and Scott infuriate the local Bishop, who suggests they go on a road trip. They decide to attend a theological discussion where each person of the Trinity is represented by a bottle of wine. Episode 283: Monsignor Quixote by Graham Greene. Download or listen via this link: |Episode #279| Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or subscribe via iTunes by clicking: |HERE|

    Drinking With Authors
    Episode 237 Literary Briefs Dominic N. Ashen

    Drinking With Authors

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 34:15


    This Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10About the Author:Dominic N. Ashen is an award-winning author and avid reader, with a heavy focus on gay, BDSM-themed erotica. After spending his youth in search of books with characters who were more like himself - queer ones, specifically - he decided to start creating some of his own. His stories star queer protagonists, most often gay and bisexual men, and feature heavy themes of dominance, submission, and all sorts of kinks. Dominic loves the fantasy, sci-fi, and horror genres, with a penchant for writing longer stories where he is able to weave in the sex and kink right alongside the plot.Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/author/dominicashenInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dom.n.ashen/Music by Jam HansleyFollow Us and Buy Our Books!Website: https://4horsemenpublications.com/All Social Media: @DrinkingWithAuthorsThis Episode is sponsored by Skunk Brothers SpiritsWebsite: https://skunkbrothersspirits.com/Discount Code: DWA10Skunk Brothers Spirits was started by a family of disabled veterans focused on locally-sourced, quality distilled spirits. The Washington-based team is building on their grandfather's prohibition-era moonshine recipe to bring small batch spirits to the Gorge and beyond!

    How Do You Write
    Ep. 304: Catherine Prendergast on How Every Writer Lies (For Truth)

    How Do You Write

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 40:54


    Catherine Prendergast is a Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a Guggenheim Fellow, and a Fulbright Scholar. Interviewed by NPR and New York Magazine, she has written on battles over school desegregation, anxieties over the global spread of English, and recognition of disability rights. Dr. Prendergast's previous (scholarly) books include Buying Into English (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2008) and Literary and Racial Justice (Southern Illinois University Press, 2003). The Gilded Edge is her first work of narrative nonfiction. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in central Illinois with her husband and son.How Do You Write Podcast: Explore the processes of working writers with bestselling author Rachael Herron. Want tips on how to write the book you long to finish? Here you'll gain insight from other writers on how to get in the chair, tricks to stay in it, and inspiration to get your own words flowing. Join Rachael's Slack channel, Onward Writers: https://join.slack.com/t/onwardwriters/shared_invite/zt-7a3gorfm-C15cTKh_47CEdWIBW~RKwgRachael can be YOUR mini-coach, and she'll answer all your questions on the show! http://patreon.com/rachael See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.