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Welcome back for another episode of Nick's Non-fiction with your host Nick Muniz! Friends and political allies for most of their lives, Madison was the Constitution's principal author, Monroe one of its leading opponents, go toe to toe in Founding Rivals. Monroe thought the Constitution gave the federal government too much power and failed to guarantee fundamental rights. Madison believed that without the Constitution, the United States would not survive. It was the most important congressional races in American history and yet it is one that historians have virtually ignored. Debates between these two future presidents forever altered their friendship and the trajectory of American history. Subscribe, Share, Mobile Links and Time-stamps below! 0:00 Introduction 6:05 About the Author 8:30 Ch1: Final Colonial Days 16:55 Ch2: In-between Days 26:55 Ch3/4: The Tedious Sessions 50:55 Ch5: Great Expectations 56:45 Ch6: The Race for 9th 1:09:10 Next Time & Goodbye! YouTube: https://youtu.be/8qx_nZi7pI8 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=44297973
In Episode 27 of Book Talk, Etc. Tina and Renee are sharing a few of their recent nonfiction favorites. They share what they're loving lately, their latest reads, shelf additions, and have book talk about reading nonfiction and why they love true stories, true crime, and more. **We've launched our new Patreon and would love for you to join us! We have great bonus content including bonus episodes, Zoom get togethers, an engaging private Facebook group to interact with other listeners and more for just $5 a month! *The book titles listed are linked to Amazon Affiliates, where we make a small commission from qualifying purchases (at no cost to you). Thanks for your support!Loving Lately 3:30 Ashley @Ashtalksbach on Instagram (T) 7:00 L'Ange Le Volume 2 in 1 Brush Dryer (R) **Video tutorial Latest Reads 9:45 Ring Shout | P Djeli Clark (T) 13:51 The Other Americans | Laila Lalami (R) 20:00 BookTalk MentionsMaybe You Should Talk to Someone | Lori Gottlieb Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies | Tara Schuster The Sun Does Shine | Anthony Ray Hinton The Storyteller | Dave Grohl The Broken Brain Podcast Article about Nonfiction Book Sales 32:13 A Knock at Midnight | Brittany K Barnett (T) Jamise Harper Instagram book chat with author 36:30 The Cold Vanish: Seeking the Missing in North America's Wildlands | Jon Billman (R)41:08 My Friend Dahmer | Derf Backderf (T) 47:52 Savage Appetites | Rachel Monroe (R) Frances's DollhousesYou Must Remember This Podcast 58:33 The OrganThieves | Chip Jones (T) 1:00:14 Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why it Matters and How to Harness it | Ethan Kross Shelf Additions1:12:58 I Must Betray You | Ruta Septeys (R) 1:15:02 Things They Lost | Okwiri Odour (T) The Girl with the Louding Voice | Abi Dare*Check out our chapter markers for images!Connect with us on social media! On Instagram, Tina @Tbretc, Renee @Itsbooktalk, and the podcast is @booktalketcYou can also email us directly at email@example.com.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/booktalketc)
On our first Best Books episode, Lily King discusses Five Tuesdays in Winter (Grove, Nov. 9), one of Kirkus' Best Books in fiction for 2021. Kirkus: “The first collection of stories from an acclaimed novelist…. Full of insights and pleasures” (starred review). Then fiction editor Laurie Muchnick joins Megan to talk titles, trends, and the year in fiction.
Welcome to Based On, an adaptation podcast! This week my good friend Zach Aronson and I discuss Beauty and the Best directed by Bill Condon and adapted for the screen by Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos which is of course based on the the 1991 animated film "Beauty and the Beast” which is based on the original tale by Gabrielle- Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve. Just a heads up, there will be SPOILERS! xo, Pamela LISTEN/SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/no-ones-okay/id1495487224 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/71zwoGcKEgZ8FvMVcwPawh?si=85kZIupGTICYMvarnmw0ag Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/no-ones-okay NO ONE'S OKAY SCHEDULE New Episodes every Tuesday BASED ON SCHEDULE New Episodes every other Monday CONNECT WITH US Website- http://www.noonesokay.com SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/noonesokay @PamelaPortnoy ZACH ARONSON https://www.instagram.com/sideof_zach/?hl=en #NoOnesOkayPodcast #BasedOn #BeautyandtheBeast
Bestselling author William Bernhardt discusses the latest news from the world of books, offers writing tips, and interviews Karen Grassle, author and actor (Ma Ingalls on Little House on the Prairie) about her new memoir, Bright Lights, Prairie Dust.Chapter 1: IntroductionCheck out the new Jesse Ulrich podcast, The Wheel of Pod. https://www.podpage.com/the-wheel-of-pod/Chapter 2: News1) Spotify is acquiring audiobook platform Findaway Voices;2) Written Word Media reveals its new findings about authors;3) 20Booksto50K presentations are available free on YouTube; and4) BookBub reveals what tropes and genres do best.Chapter 3: InterviewBernhardt interviews Karen Grassle about her extraordinary career and actor and author. Among other topics, she discusses:1) why she wrote this memoir;2) her writing process (no outline, many years); 3) the importance of writing groups and education;4) life on Little House on the Prairie, and5) Her new movie, Not to ForgetChapter 4: Parting WordsBernhardt has a new novel out, Exposed, Book 2 in the Splitsville legal thriller series, and a story in a new Christmas anthology, Christmas Tapestry. a collection of holiday tales written by authors who have series characters, featuring their series characters! Take a closer look at Exposed: https://amzn.to/3HWg1BrThe next episode of this podcast will be recorded on Dec 9 and will feature all six authors who contributed stories to Christmas Tapestry. It's gonna be a party!If you're writing or aspiring to write, join our Facebook Group, Red Sneaker Writers, so you can get daily updates. During the interview, Karen Grassle mentions her new movie, Not to Forget. Here are some links to locations you can stream the film:Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Not-Forget-Karen-Grassle/dp/B09M2J74TB/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=not+to+forget&qid=1637953082&s=instant-video&sr=1-1Apple TV: https://tv.apple.com/us/movie/not-to-forget/umc.cmc.2lh30lzgkt5c04dnk56foq3p8Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Not_to_Forget?id=e1saAxGmGWc.P&hl=en_US&gl=US
If you want to read about the book, Let It Out that Katie and I discuss in today's episode, you can find it here:You can learn more about Katie's work here.You can follow her on social media here and listen to her podcast here.
This week, we're looking at red flags and bad decisions, and considering books and pop culture picks with flags ignored. Plus, Erin previews her Masterclass on red flags, we consider the inherent red flags of corporate America, and dissect the wonder of Paul Rudd. LINKS: Like the Podcats? Want to see this weird cat colony the Broads discuss? Follow @catcultcolony on Instagram. Read the essay that sparked Amy's online trolls: The best $15.79 I ever spent: My last terrible diet book (Vox). Watch the Stephen Colbert clips showcasing the sexiness tests Paul Rudd passed: Part 1 and Part 2. Listen to "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car," the creepy song from Billy Ocean that inspired this week's theme. Get a Broad's book: Order Dig Me Out by our own Amy Lee Lillard now! _____Our picks from Broads and Books Episode 103: Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My CarNovels:Amy: The Very Nice Box, Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman Erin: Black Buck, Mateo Askaripour Other Books:Amy: Men to Avoid in Art and Life, Nicole Tersigni Erin: Midnight Hour: A Chilling Anthology of Crime Fiction from 20 Authors of Color, Abby L. VanDiver Pop Culture: Amy: Passing (Netflix)Erin: The Shrink Next Door Podcast + The Shrink Next Door on Apple TV+ _____Broads and Books is the funny and feminist book podcast you need in your life! Each episode Amy and Erin choose a unique theme. Then we choose two fiction books, two other genre books (short story collections, memoir, non-fiction, true crime, poetry, etc.), and two pop culture picks based on that theme. We surprise each other with our picks, talk about why we like them, and give you unexpected recommendations for every reading taste. Along the way, we share embarrassing stories, pitch amazing-slash-crackpot business ideas, implicate ourselves in future crimes, check in on our Podcats, and so much more. Broads and Books is fresh, funny, thought-provoking, and basically the best time you'll have all week.Visit us at www.broadsandbooks.com, and talk to us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!
Welcome back for another episode of Nick's Non-fiction with your host Nick Muniz! Born to Run is an epic adventure that began with one simple question: Why does my foot hurt? Isolated by Mexico's deadly Copper Canyons, the blissful Tarahumara Indians have honed the ability to run hundreds of miles without rest or injury. Award-winning journalist and often-injured runner Christopher McDougall sets out to discover their secrets. In the process, he takes readers from science labs at Harvard to the sun-baked valleys and freezing peaks across North America, where ever-growing numbers of ultra-runners are pushing their bodies to the limit, and, finally, to a climactic race in the Copper Canyons that pits America's best ultra-runners against the tribe. McDougall's incredible story will not only engage your mind but inspire your body with the realization that all of us were born to run. Subscribe, Share, Mobile Links and Time-stamps below! 0:00 Introduction 4:20 About the Author 7:05 Ch1: My Feet Hurt 18:50 Ch2: El Caballo Blanco 32:05 Ch3: Leadville 46:15 Ch4: Stoned Age 58:50 Ch5: Second Wind 1:06:50 Ch6: Runners Take Your Mark 1:14:40 Ch7: Get Set, Go 1:20:05 Next Time & Goodbye! YouTube: https://youtu.be/S_wjY-dTUjI Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=44297973
It's the fourth annual Fully Booked Holiday Gift Guide! Adrian Miller, author of Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbecue (UNC Press) and Jacob Gallagher of The Men's Fashion Book (Phaidon) join editor-in-chief Tom Beer and host Megan Labrise for some good cheer and great stories. And Kirkus' editors present their top gift book picks.
If you want to read about the essay Shubnum and I discuss in today's episode, you can find it here: New York Times Modern Love: From A Sale, Lace Undergarments, Never Worn. You can learn more about her writing here.You can follow her on social media here and here.
Welcome back for another episode of Nick's Non-fiction with your host Nick Muniz! Fear, honed by millions of years of natural selection, kept our ancestors alive. Whether by slithering away, curling up in a ball, or standing still in the presence of a predator, humans and other animals have evolved complex behaviors in order to survive the hazards the world presents. Despite our evolutionary endurance, we still have much to learn about how to manage our response to danger. For more than thirty years, Daniel Blumstein has been studying animals' fear responses. His observations lead to a firm conclusion: fear preserves security, but at great cost. Delving into the evolutionary origins and ecological contexts of fear across species, The Nature of Fear considers what we can learn from our fellow animals Subscribe, Share, Mobile Links and Time-stamps below! 0:00 Introduction 3:40 About the Author 6:15 Ch1: A Sophisticated Neurochemical Cocktail 14:10 Ch2: Beware of Looming Objects 19:40 Ch3: Noise Matters 25:25 Ch4: Smells Risky to Me 31:05 Ch5: Be Very Aware 39:25 Ch6: Listening to Signalers 44:30 Ch7: Our Inner Marmot 50:30 Next Time & Goodbye! YouTube: https://youtu.be/pf_YIqy_vEY Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=44297973
James Beard Award-winning journalist Mayukh Sen joins us to discuss Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America (Norton, Nov. 16). Kirkus calls this groundbreaking group biography “Well-crafted, engaging portraits of culinary and cultural pioneers.” Then our editors join with their reading recommendations for the week, with books by Dan Murphy and Aubrey Plaza, Katie Heaney, and Louise Erdrich.
Jenny starts off the episode by announcing a big project for 2022! Ruth teaches her a new word and we discuss a recent Tournament of Favorites, plus as always, books we've read and liked lately.Download or listen via this link: Reading Envy 233: Get Into Trouble Subscribe to the podcast via this link: FeedburnerOr subscribe via Apple Podcasts by clicking: SubscribeOr listen through TuneIn Or listen on Google Play Or listen via StitcherOr listen through Spotify Or listen through Google Podcasts Books discussed: Crocodile on the Sandbank by Elizabeth PetersBewilderment by Richard PowersDissolution by C.J. SansomThe Love Hypothesis by Ali HazelwoodOther mentions:Tournament of Books' Tournament of FavoritesBooker PrizeNational Book AwardThe Animators by Kayla Rae WhitakerPachinko by Min Jin LeeA Tale for the Time Being by Ruth OzekiNever Let Me Go by Kazuo IshiguroGirl, Woman, Other by Bernardine EvaristoVersion Control by Dexter CaldwellAmelia Peabody seriesFlowers for Algernon by Daniel KeyesThe Overstory by Richard PowersOrfeo by Richard PowersHillary MantelDissolution (play)Patricia CornwellThe Heartbreaker by Susan HowatchThe Matzah Ball by Jean MeltzerRelated episodes: Episode 012 - Some Bookers and Some Madness Episode 033 - An Undulating Thrum with guests Ruth and ElizabethEpisode 067 - Rain and Readability with Ruth(iella)Episode 130 - All the Jennifers with Fern Ronay Episode 134 - A Pastiche Romp with Ruth(iella) Episode 169 - Simulacrum with Jon Sealy Episode 178 - Precarious Pile with Ruth(iella)Stalk us online:Jenny at GoodreadsJenny on TwitterJenny is @readingenvy on Instagram and Litsy Ruth at GoodreadsAll links to books are through Bookshop.org, where I am an affiliate. I wanted more money to go to the actual publishers and authors. I link to Amazon when a book is not listed with Bookshop.
In this episode of New Ideal Live, Onkar Ghate and Ben Bayer discuss what it takes to effect real cultural change for people with radical ideas that challenge the status quo. Among the topics covered: Ayn Rand's radical principles of capitalism, egoism, and reason;How Rand advocated for how to begin to eliminate all antitrust laws;Rand's proposed steps in the direction of total repeal of anti-abortion laws;Rand's proposed reforms to blunt the worst effects of the entrenched public education system;Rand's proposal for the least destructive escape from the unsolvable dilemma of the Vietnam;Rand's views on how to change minds to make cultural change possible;How the Ayn Rand Institute commented on foreign policy after the 9/11 terrorist attacks;ARI's commentary during the Covid-19 pandemic;How ARI chose which aspects of government pandemic policy to analyze. Mentioned in the discussion are Ayn Rand's essays “Antitrust: The Rule of Unreason” and “Tax Credits for Education,” from her book The Voice of Reason; her article “A Suggestion” from The Objectivist; her lecture “The Wreckage of the Consensus”; her essay “What Can One Do?” from her book Philosophy: Who Needs It; and her book The Art of Nonfiction. Also mentioned are Ghate's white paper, A Pro-Freedom Approach to Infectious Disease, and a podcast episode titled ”How Can We Change People's Minds About Ayn Rand's Controversial Ideas?” This podcast was recorded on November 10, 2021. Listen to the discussion below. Listen and subscribe from your mobile device on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. Watch archived podcasts here. https://youtu.be/M8eHcYu0aLE Podcast audio:
One of my favorite things about hosting this podcast is the conversations I have with my listeners who love literacy as much as I do! I was excited to see that my most popular episode yet was my 47th episode that focused on nonfiction. Whether you really love nonfiction or really need help with it, I decided to tackle one of the most challenging nonfiction reading skills in this episode, which is summarizing. It is so important to take each student's reading skills into account while teaching those higher level skills. That's why I've developed strategies that can help build confidence in all students no matter their comprehension abilities. Teaching literacy skills really requires a toolbox of strategies and skills for your students to be able to utilize independently. I've been loving the discussions that began following the last nonfiction episode, so let me know which of these nonfiction summarizing strategies were useful to you! In this episode I share: -Why summarizing nonfiction is so challenging -6 important reminders to teach to your students when writing summaries -3 strategies to make your students more confident -How to use wh-question stems when summarizing Download your FREE Nonfiction Summary Checklist! Join the Stellar Teacher Reading Membership: https://learn.stellarteacher.com/join For more resources, head to the show notes: stellarteacher.com
This episode, we have flashbacks to reading aloud in 9th grade over the pronounciation of Hrothgar or Geat, Geet, Ge-at, or whatever….Grundle. Sigh, dude kills a monster, his mother, and a dragon. Enjoy the discussion with Mike Carroll, enjoy the book! Great read! Please rate us where ever you read it and thanks!
Lara Maiklem is the founder of The London Mudlark and author of Mudlarking: Lost and Found on the River Thames, which was the story of the river told through the objects she has found - a tale of obsession, tide-watching, mud-walking and endless hours of searching in all weathers. Mudlarking was a Sunday Times Bestseller, an Observer Book of the Year, Radio 4 Book of the Week and Winner of the 2020 Indie Book Award for Non Fiction. Her new book is A Field Guide to Larking - a practical, interactive and inspiring guide to exploring our environment with a fresh pair of eyes.
Host Rosanna Deerchild speaks with Tomson Highway, a world-renowned Cree playwright, novelist, and concert pianist, about his new memoir Permanent Astonishment, which just won the 2021 Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction worth $60,000.
It's one of Emma's favorite months to talk about books -- Nonfiction November! In this episode, Emma suggests just a small selection of books that may pique your interest. Feel free to tag her in your #nonfictionnovember stacks - she's excited to see them! Then stick around as Natalia reviews The Power of Knitting: Stitching Together Our Lives in a Fractured World by Loretta Napoleoni. When you find yourself coming apart after a monumental and life altering moment, you may find yourself in need of someone, or something, who can stitch you back together. Learn about the timeline of knitting, first wave feminism and their views on crafts, and knitting in science! This episode was sponsored by WYLD Gallery Books mentioned: The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander The Body Is Not An Apology, Sonya Renee Taylor Braiding Sweetgrass, Robin Wall Kimmerer Heavy, Kiese Laymon Know My Name, Chanel Miller In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience, Helen Knott On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, Ocean Vuong Crying in H-Mart, Michelle Zauner The Collected Schizophrenias, Esmé Weijun Wang Tastes like War, Grace Cho Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space, Amanda Leduc We Too: Essays on Sex Work and Survival, edited by Natalie West I Hope We Choose Love: A Trans Girl's Notes from the End of the World, Kai Cheng Thom This Place: 150 Years Retold The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X, Les Payne and Tamara Payne Last Call: A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New York, Elon Green The Stonewall Reader, edited by the New York Public Library The Power of Knitting: Stitching Together Our Lives in a Fractured World by Loretta Napoleoni Follow and support our host: Emma: Instagram Natalia: Instagram | Twitter Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday This episode was edited by Sarah Hernandez and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people. Original music by @iam.onyxrose Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.
If you want to read about the essays Laura and I discuss in today's episode, you can find them here: I was the only black person at Elizabeth Gilbert and Cheryl Strayed's Brave Magic RetreatMy Ex-Husband Married My Old Friend. Then He Told Me They Were Having a Baby You can learn more about her writing here.You can follow her on social media here.
Show notes: We don't talk about nonfiction books quite as much on this show, but today's episode will remedy that. We've got memoir, travel, true crime, self-help, and more on the agenda for today. There's just something fascinating about reading real life stories and being a fly on the wall for celebrity gossip and big world events. Maybe we're just nosy? Related Links: Books mentioned*: Add to your bookshelf immediately: Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen When We Believed in Mermaids by Barbara O'Neal Memoir recommendations: A Promised Land by Barack Obama Dolly Parton, Songteller: My Life in Lyrics by Dolly Parton wow, no thank you by Samantha Irby Know My Name by Chanel Miller Becoming by Michelle Obama Educated by Tara Westover (this is the article Mia mentioned) Open Book by Jessica Simpson Greenlights by Matthew McConaughey Adventure/Travel recommendations: A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson Lost on Planet China by J. Maarten Troost Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void by Mary Roach Wild by Cheryl Strayed True crime recommendation: I'll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara Self-help recommendations: Try Softer by Aundi Kolber The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist Miscellaneous Nonfiction recommendations: Suffering is Never for Nothing by Elisabeth Elliott Bringing Up Bébé: One American Mother Discovers the Wisdom of French Parenting by Pamela Druckerman Nonfiction TBR: This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Phillips The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown * The books noted above contain affiliate links. This means that we may get a small kickback if you purchase through our links, at no additional cost to you. Click here to join our brand new Patreon to get extra bookish goodies like bonus episodes, end of year rating guides, book club, and more!
This week, we're adding up all our grudges, and considering books and pop culture picks where the addition may be just too much to handle. Plus, we're using Excel for our mental health, planning our villainous futures, and relating hard to Steve Buscemi from Billy Madison. We also get a visit from Louise the Podcat, who reminds Amy how stupid human skin is. Listen to "Add It Up," the song from Violent Femmes that inspired this week's theme. (And here's the clip from Reality Bites with the early '90s smokeshow Ethan Hawke singing "Add It Up")_____A Broad's book: Order Dig Me Out by our own Amy Lee Lillard now! _____Our picks from Broads and Books Episode 102: Add It UpNovels:Amy: The Husbands, Chandler Baker Erin: Convenience Store Woman, Sayaka Murata (Translated by Ginny Tapley Takemori) Other Books:Amy: Tales the Devil Told Me, Jen Fawkes (watch our recent Broads and Books event with Jen!)Erin: The Stepford Wives, Ira Levin Pop Culture: Amy: Timeless (Hulu)Erin: Love Fraud (Showtime/Amazon)_____Broads and Books is the funny and feminist book podcast you need in your life! Each episode Amy and Erin choose a unique theme. Then we choose two fiction books, two other genre books (short story collections, memoir, non-fiction, true crime, poetry, etc.), and two pop culture picks based on that theme. We surprise each other with our picks, talk about why we like them, and give you unexpected recommendations for every reading taste. Along the way, we share embarrassing stories, pitch amazing-slash-crackpot business ideas, implicate ourselves in future crimes, check in on our Podcats, and so much more. Broads and Books is fresh, funny, thought-provoking, and basically the best time you'll have all week.Visit us at www.broadsandbooks.com, and talk to us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!
Model, actor, activist, entrepreneur and author Emily Ratajkowski joins us to discuss My Body (Metropolitan Books, Nov. 9). Kirkus calls her standout debut essay collection “a refreshingly candid, fearless look into a model's body of work and its impact on her identity and politics.” Then our editors join with their reading recommendations for the week, with books by Donna Jo Napoli and Naoko Stoop, Harmony Becker, and Claire Vaye Watkins.
Anna and Amanda discuss the 2021 Booker Prize winner, The Promise by Damon Galgut. Our books of the week are Empire of Pain: The Secret History of The Sackler Dynasty by Patrick Radden Keefe and Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence by Dr Anna Lembke. Both books address the opioid epidemic in America, one focussing on the Sackler family and their responsibility and the other focussing on the nature of addiction. We recommend these for Non-fiction November. Coming up: Bewilderment by Richard Powers. Follow us! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Books On The Go Instagram: @abailliekaras and @vibrant_lives_podcast Twitter: @abailliekaras Litsy: @abailliekaras Credits Artwork: Sascha Wilkosz
Meta Podcast Time -"meta" is good enough for Facebook! -Audio not loud enough, so now Gomer researched LUFS -Dan Benjamin and Merlin Mann's Back to Work means a lot to us Scared Shitless -Gomer's two greatest fears now -Luke's Newest Fear -High School: what was your biggest fear? -Fears Gomer has learned to overcome? So I have a book! -Gomer is now a published author! -but it is just one chapter in a book *So, Halloween! * -What did you do? Anything weird or annoying happen? Hope's 401K Question -She now qualifies for 401K and wants to know how to be ethical! The Mouth of Sauron -Why did you send this to me? because it is funny Gomer Consumes AppleTV with his wife -Ted Lasso, on Season 2 episode 5: “Rom Communism” -Foundations, caught up to live Luke Looks for Suggested Reading -Luke is 7 more hours left of his Eisenhower biography, so he wants a History/Biography break. -Luke has a six-cycle book thing: 1. Novel 2. God book 3. History 4. Non-Fiction 5. Biography 6. Classical Literature
Author Sam Quinones joins Jess and Zerlina to talk about his new book "The Least of Us: True Tales of America and Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth," on sale October 12!"The Least of Us" is the follow up to Quinones' award-winning New York Times bestseller, "Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic."
Bestselling authors Deborah Copaken and New Yorker staff writer Tad Friend (also Copaken's actual friend!) graced Greenlight's virtual stage for the launch of Copaken's new memoir, Ladyparts. An inventory of both the female body and the body politic of womanhood in America, Ladyparts moves body part by body part and confronts divorce, single motherhood, the steep price of childcare, shady landlords, the death of Copaken's father, sexism, ageism, and moore. In a frank and personal conversation, Copaken unraveled the challenges of being a woman in America—and specifically, in the American healthcare system. (Recorded August 2, 2021)
This week on the Writing Gym Podcast, Annalisa speaks with journalist and author Bill Kovarik. Bill has published several nonfiction and historical fiction books. Listen as they chat about how to research for your novel, what novelists can learn from journalists and how to stop wasting your time and write that novel. To get the most out of this episode, be sure to download our free resource, The Six Secrets To Go From Struggling Writer To Published Author, at https://writing-gym.com/historical/.
Lights Out in Lincolnwood – A Novel – Geoff Rodkey – HarperCollins – 9780063065925 – Paperback – 544 pages – $16.99 – ebook versions available at lower prices I have to admit that I did not expect to really like this book anywhere near as much as I did. I’ve certainly read my share of […] The post Geoff Rodkey: Lights Out in Lincolnwood (A Novel) first appeared on WritersCast.
Nikki Campo works as a writer and mother to three young children in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is a member of the Charlotte Writers' Club and Charlotte Lit. Her essays and humor have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Good Housekeeping, Charlotte Parent Magazine, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and other publications. Her personal essay “Queen of Birthdays” took first prize in the Charlotte Writers' Club 2019-2020 Nonfiction contest.
Welcome back for another episode of Nick's Non-fiction with your host Nick Muniz! In his fifth bestseller, non-fiction nobleman, Mark Kurlansky turns his attention to a common household item with a long and intriguing history: salt. The only rock we eat, salt has shaped civilization from the very beginning, and its story is a glittering, often surprising part of the history of humankind. A substance so valuable it served as currency, influenced the establishment of trade routes and cities, provoked and financed wars, secured empires, and inspired revolutions. Populated by colorful characters and filled with an unending series of fascinating detail s, Salt is a supremely entertaining, multi-layered masterpiece. Subscribe, Share, Mobile Links and Time-stamps below! 0:00 Introduction 3:50 About the Author 6:20 Ch1: A Mandate of Salt 13:45 Ch2: Celtic Diem 22:20 Ch3: Venetians 28:50 Ch4: Basques & Vikings 35:30 Ch6: The Hapsburg Pickle 41:20 Ch7: Leaving Liverpool 50:30 Ch8: Preserving Independence 57:05 Ch9: The Odium of Sodium 1:04:50 Ch10: Sodium & Gomorra 1:11:40 Next Time & Goodbye! YouTube: https://youtu.be/UCjZoJEo7qw Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=44297973
Cultural critic Rax King joins us to discusses Tacky: Love Letters to the Worst Culture We Have to Offer (Vintage, Nov. 2), “an engaging, hilarious, unabashed look at what we love in culture and why we should value it for what it is” (starred review). Then our editors join with their reading recommendations for the week, with books by Winsome Bingham and Charles G. Esperanza, Amy Butler Greenfield, Tom Vitale, and Asali Solomon.
I am joined by Nadine, Vinny, Laurie, and Bryn to discuss Barkskins by Annie Proulx. We bring in some of the discussion in Goodreads as well as some fresh eyes on this text.Download or listen via this link: Reading Envy 232: Barkskins Readalong Subscribe to the podcast via this link: FeedburnerOr subscribe via Apple Podcasts by clicking: SubscribeOr listen through TuneIn Or listen on Google Play Or listen via StitcherOr listen through Spotify Or listen through Google Podcasts Books discussed: Barkskins by Annie ProulxOther mentions:Love Medicine series by Louise ErdrichSarum by Edward RutherfurdLondon by Edward RutherfurdThe Overstory by Richard PowersBraiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall KimmererFirst Americans MuseumThirty Nine RestaurantMeridian by Alice WalkerSooner or Later Everything Falls into the Sea by Sarah PinskerThe Actual Star by Monica ByrneGreat Circle by Maggie ShipsteadThe Slynx by Tatyana Tolstaya, translated by Jamey GambrellRelated episodes: Episode 090 - Reading Envy Readalong: East of EdenEpisode 099 - Readalong: The Secret HistoryEpisode 118 - Reading Envy Readalong: To the Bright Edge of the World Episode 137 - Reading Envy Readalong: The Golden NotebookEpisode 157 - Joint Readalong of Gone with the Wind with Book CougarsEpisode 185 - The Loyal Swineherd (Odyssey readalong)Episode 193 - And I Feel Fine (Ducks, Newburyport READALONG)Episode 221 - Joint Poetry Readalong with the Book CougarsBook Cougars - Joint Readalong of Sapphira and the Slave GirlBook Cougars - Joint Readalong of Braiding SweetgrassBooks on the Go - Ep. 121 - American Sunrise with Jenny Colvin Stalk us online:Jenny at GoodreadsJenny on TwitterJenny is @readingenvy on Instagram and Litsy Reading Envy Readers in GoodreadsAll links to books are through Bookshop.org, where I am an affiliate. I wanted more money to go to the actual publishers and authors. I link to Amazon when a book is not listed with Bookshop.
First off, let me explain the episode. When I was in graduate school, I worked on a show called Doomed to Repeat with my co-host Dr. Alex Cummings, which was in conjunction with the blog Tropics of Meta, which they were the editor of. The podcast will sound different and much more produced, with additionalRead More
Kim H. Cross (@kimhcross) is the author of The Stahl House: Case Study House #22: The Making of a Modernist Icon (Chronicle Chroma). She is a best selling author and her work has been featured in The Years' Best Sports Writing and Best American Sports Writing, among many other places. Sponsor: West Virginia Wesleyan College's MFA in Creative Writing Patreon: patreon.com/cnfpod Social Media: @CNFPod (twitter) and @creativenonfictionpodcast (IG) Up to 11 Newsletter: brendanomeara.com
The hardest part about writing a book is … all of it. Or, arguably, whichever part you’re doing. For our guest on this episode, listener Emily Henderson, it’s something like “I know what I want to write about, but I don’t know how.Structuring memoir or non-fiction (or, for that matter, fiction) is hard, y’all. And I think it gets talked about less in many ways that other elements of craft. We have this illusion that you come up with an idea and then you write it and it’s the writing that’s hard. But taking that idea and even getting it into a writeable shape is also hard. Are you writing a how-to book? A chronological story? A series of essays? An exploration of a big idea through a smaller lens?You may not know until you try. We talk about exploring all the iterations and then—ironically, since what Emily hopes to do is explore her “Covid project” of running every street in Santa Barbara—we helped Emily build a NaNoWriMo-style “project” around finding her book’s structure and getting some words on the page. In the process, we talked structural failures, revisions and the importance of choosing a book and topic that you want to live with for a few years.Talked about on the pod (again): The Art of the Book Proposal by Eric Maisel#AmReadingEmily: Sue Grafton’s alphabet series C is for CorpseShoulder Season by Christina ClancyKJ: Carnival of Snackery by David SedarisTheft By Finding also by David SedarisJess: The Secret History by Donna TarttBoyfriend by Sarina Bowen (and then we list all of our favorite Sarina Bowen books and discuss the importance of finding a book that’s your particular flavor of ice cream)Find Emily: emilykathleenwrites.com IG: @EmilykathleenwritesWant a “coaching call” of your own? Email us at email@example.com. We can’t promise to respond to every email, but we might answer your question on an upcoming episode—or invite you into the hotseat like Emily.Think you’d be pretty good on the other end of a coaching call? Then you should consider becoming a certified book coach through Author Accelerator’s book coach training program. It’s everything you need to know to begin working with clients on writing, planning, revising and querying (and then learning more and getting better with every new client and with Author Accelerator’s support and team behind you). Choose a fiction or nonfiction specialty, study with a cohort and design a new business or side-gig that works for you. Learn more at bookcoaches.com. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at amwriting.substack.com/subscribe
Beware dear listener, this episode of the Science Night podcast is much spookier than our typical offering. We begin our descent into the strange by talking about the scientific origins of the lore of our favorite monsters with special guest, Bill Sullivan (https://authorbillsullivan.com/). Later, the bravest among you can stay tuned for a dramatic reading of "Bit" from the twisted mind of Cody Sullivan (https://twitter.com/codyasullivan), host of fellow Riverpower Podcast Mill show, Pulp: From Beyond the Veil (https://www.pulpfrombeyond.com/). Special Guest: BILL SULLIVAN (https://authorbillsullivan.com/) is a professor of pharmacology and microbiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, where he studies infectious disease and genetics. An award-winning researcher, teacher, and science communicator, Sullivan has been featured in a wide variety of outlets, including CNN, Fox & Friends, National Geographic, Scientific American, COSMOS magazine, Science Fantastic with Dr. Michio Kaku, The Naked Scientists, and The Scientist. "Bit"- Written by C.A. Sullivan Voice Cast: Nick- Cody Sullivan, EBS Announcer- James Reed, Additional Voices- Cody Sullivan Music: Tormented Souls (Horror Soundscape) by Myuu | https://soundcloud.com/myuu Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com | Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US Maleficus by Scott Buckley | https://soundcloud.com/scottbuckley | Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Your Hosts: Jason Organ (https://twitter.com/OrganJM) James Reed (https://twitter.com/James_Reed3) Credits Editing and Mastering-James Reed & Cody Sullivan Music: Intro - Lyra Mortis by Loopop | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-RA5BzE_BnZhf5iVdNF1hA | Standard YouTube License Wolf Moon by Unicorn Heads | https://unicornheads.com/ | Standard YouTube License Additional Sounds- Inside a Computer Chip by Doug Maxwell | https://www.mediarightproductions.com/ | Standard YouTube License Sound Effects | YouTube Audio Library | Standard YouTube License The Science Night Podcast is a member of the Riverpower Podcast Mill (https://riverpower.xyz/) family
On the heels of an unprecedented, unforgettable year of quarantine, Geoff Manaugh (A Burglar's Guide to the City) and science journalist Nicola Twilley launched their new book, Until Proven Safe. Tracing the history and future of quarantine around the globe, Manaugh and Twilley unfold the connections between emergency isolation and freedom, governance, and mutual responsibility. Mary Roach (Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law) joined for a conversation that roamed through space pathogens, the problem of nuclear waste, and the difference between isolation and quarantine. (Recorded July 20, 2021)
Imagine having a mentor that's available 24/7 to advise you on whatever challenge life puts in front of you—wouldn't that be nice?In this bonus episode, Ken Page guides you through The Inner Mentor Process™, a guided meditation practice. In this practice, you'll find you're able to bypass your inner critic and get a message from your own personal mentor, a mentor who is always there, ready to share wisdom that is just for you.This is an unpublished excerpt from the Simplify interview with Ken Page, followed by the original tape of his guided meditation.Ken is a psychotherapist specializing in the search for intimacy, and author of the book Deeper Dating: How to Drop the Games of Seduction and Discover the Power of Intimacy https://www.blinkist.com/en/nc/browse/books/deeper-dating-en .For more context on this practice, you can find the full episode on the Deeper Dating podcast https://deeperdatingpodcast.com/speed-your-path-to-love/ . In that feed, you'll also find a lot of other episodes with tips, questions and exercises that you can immediately apply in your intimacy journey. Try Blinkist for free for 14 days by going to https://www.blinkist.com/simplify , tapping on Try Blinkist at the top right, and entering the code INNERMENTOR. There you'll also find Simplify episode with Ken, as well as all our other guests from the previous 7 seasons.Let us know what you thought of this episode, or just come say hi on Twitter! Find Marta at @martatlon https://twitter.com/martatlon , Caitlin at @caitlinschiller https://twitter.com/caitlinschiller  and Ben at @bsto https://twitter.com/bsto Simplify is produced by Caitlin Schiller, Ben Schuman-Stoler and Marta Medvešek. Big thanks to Odysseas Constantinou for his audio engineering chops. ♥: https://www.blinkist.com/en/nc/browse/books/deeper-dating-en: https://deeperdatingpodcast.com/speed-your-path-to-love/: https://www.blinkist.com/simplify: https://twitter.com/martatlon: https://twitter.com/caitlinschiller: https://twitter.com/bsto
Hide your kids! Hide your wife! Hide your cashier of choice at your local grocery store, because we're haunting EVERYBODY! It's our first Halloween episode! This week, Trevin discovers a portal to the afterlife in his favorite fast food chain while Amanda is NOT hosting a Halloween party this year. The crew tries out a new special Halloween Mad Lib game and then it's on to two stories that will leave you believing in ghosts.Today's Stories:I Kissed A Ghost (And I Liked It)Miss UZA
This week, we're considering turning to the dark side. Or at least the characters in our picks are. Plus, we're weighing the morality of accidentally shoplifting, asking Marvel to cast us as villains, and welcoming a Podcat drive-by. Listen to "Ring of Fire," the song from Johnny Cash that inspired this week's theme. _____A Broad's book: Order DIG ME OUT by our own Amy Lee Lillard now! _____Our picks from Broads and Books Episode 101: Ring of FireNovels:Amy: Animal, Lisa Taddeo Erin: White Ivy, Susie Yang Other Books:Amy: Wolf in White Van, John Darnielle Erin: Kill [redacted], Anthony Good Pop Culture: Amy: Once Upon a Time (Disney+)Erin: Guru (Podcast)_____Broads and Books is the funny and feminist book podcast you need in your life! Each episode Amy and Erin choose a unique theme. Then we choose two fiction books, two other genre books (short story collections, memoir, non-fiction, true crime, poetry, etc.), and two pop culture picks based on that theme. We surprise each other with our picks, talk about why we like them, and give you unexpected recommendations for every reading taste. Along the way, we share embarrassing stories, pitch amazing-slash-crackpot business ideas, implicate ourselves in future crimes, check in on our Podcats, and so much more. Broads and Books is fresh, funny, thought-provoking, and basically the best time you'll have all week.Visit us at www.broadsandbooks.com, and talk to us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!
Welcome back for another episode of Nick's Non-fiction with your host Nick Muniz! According to the renowned social critic and historian Paul Fussell, we are what we wear, and it doesn't look good. Uniforms, parses the hidden meanings of our apparel, from brass buttons to blue jeans, badges to feather flourishes, revealing what our clothing says about class, sex, and our desire to belong. With keen insight and considerable curmudgeonly flair, Fussell unfolds the history and cultural significance of all manner of attire, fondly analyzing the roles that uniforms play in a number of communities, the military, the church, health care, food service, sports and everyday civilian life. Subscribe, Share, Mobile Links and Time-stamps below! 0:00 Introduction 3:45 About the Author 5:45 Ch1: Military Uniforms 17:15 Ch2: Blue Jeans 24:00 Ch3: Postal Police 31:40 Ch4: Clash of Klans 37:00 Ch5: Sports 43:20 Ch6: Academia 46:00 Ch7: Chefs 48:00 Ch8: Nurses 51:05 Ch9: Brides 54:00 Next Time & Goodbye! YouTube: https://youtu.be/bFRy8GMAd8w Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=44297973
This week Kim and Alice talk about books by Arab women writers, plus new nonfiction about gene patents, colonialism in the 1860s, and medieval manuscripts. Follow For Real using RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. For more nonfiction recommendations, sign up for our True Story newsletter, edited by Alice Burton. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Nonfiction in the News Instagram: Ijeoma Oluo's new newsletter Instagram: Bachelor Nation Publishes New Nonfiction The Gilded Page: The Secret Lives of Medieval Manuscripts by Mary Wellesley The Last Emperor of Mexico: The Dramatic Story of the Habsburg Archduke Who Created a Kingdom in the New World by Edward Shawcross Concepcion: An Immigrant Family's Fortunes by Albert Samaha Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: The Story of Schitt's Creek by Daniel Levy, Eugene Levy The Genome Defense: Inside the Epic Legal Battle to Determine Who Owns Your DNA by Jorge L. Contreras Arab Women Writers Our Women on the Ground: Essays by Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World, edited by Zahra Hankir A Most Masculine State: Gender, Politics and Religion in Saudi Arabia by Madawi Al-Rasheed Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution by Mona Eltahawy Daring to Drive: A Saudi Woman's Awakening by Manal Al-Sharif Reading Now Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century by Alice Wong She Came to Slay: The Life and Times of Harriet Tubman by Erica Armstrong Dunbar See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EPISODE 49 If you have been tuning in each week, you know this is the last episode of the reading comprehension mini series. I have talked about various topics that were requested by my listeners or ones I found challenging when I was in the classroom. To end this month's series I am excited to talk about my favorite nonfiction topic, which is nonfiction text structure. It wasn't until I started teaching fourth grade that I even heard of the term nonfiction text structure. I quickly realized how important it is to teach and how it relates to so many different skills needed for nonfiction texts. I explain this in detail as well as tips for explicitly teaching text structure every chance you get! Now that this mini series is finished, head over to my Instagram or Facebook group to let me know which topic you want to hear about next! In this episode I share: -3 reasons why text structure is a critical skill -How text structure relates to reading comprehension -5 tips for being more purposeful when teaching nonfiction text structure -Ways to utilize graphic organizers Resources: -Check out the Stellar Teacher Reading Membership -Nonfiction Text Structure Posters and Anchor Charts -Nonfiction Text Structure Task Cards -Nonfiction Text Structure Sort Connect with me: -Join my newsletter -My TPT store -stellarteachercompany.com -Instagram: @thestellarteachercompany -Facebook: The Stellar Teacher Company
Today, we are speaking with AnnaMarie, a woman who has recently left the Mormon church. The Mormon church is one of the newest Christian denominations and also has one of the most unique origin stories. AnnaMarie was born into and grew up in the Mormon Church and accepted its customs as ordinary until she went off to college. She was committed to her role and the expectations of her church, but when she tried to leave quietly she was stalked by missionaries in the group. She'll get into the details on her involvement and more in today's episode.Support us on Patreon! patreon.com/themodestyfilesFollow us on Instagram @themodestyfiles for updates and bonus content.
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Mary and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: indie bookstore moments for a day date and a meetup Current Reads: we both have books today that are contenders for favorite of the year Deep Dive: we talk about multiple categories of books that we have loved and think you might love for non-fiction November Book Presses: two more NF picks, both memoir As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Amazon affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 1:26 Bookish Moment of the Week 1:43 - Boswell Books 3:30 - The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles 3:33 - Garcia Street Books 5:18 Current Reads: 5:31 - Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (Mary) 9:41 - The Very Nice Box by Laura Blackett and Eve Gleichman (Kaytee) 13:13 - Fat Chance Charlie Vega by Crystal Maldonado (Mary) 16:15 - Starfish by Lisa Fipps 16:38 - Redemption Point by Candice Fox (Kaytee) 19:56 - Magic Lessons by Alice Hoffman (Mary) 20:04 - Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman 20:07 - The Rules of Magic by Alice Hoffman 22:14 - The Book of Magic by Alice Hoffman 22:55 - All the Lonely People by Mike Gayle (Kaytee) 23:03 - Amy's Instagram @amyseptemberreads 26:06 - A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman 28:02 Deep Dive - Reads for Nonfiction November 31:01 - What Kind of Woman by Kate Baer 31:10 - I Hope This Finds You Well by Kate Baer 32:02 - A Thousand Mornings by Mary Oliver 32:17 - Great with Child: Letters to a Young Mother by Beth Ann Fennelly 33:04 - Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer 33:07 - An Indigenious Peoples' History of the United States (The Young Reader's Version) by Debbie Reese 33:55 - An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States (Adult Version) by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz 35:04 - At Home in the World by Tsh Oxenreider 35:41 - Heating and Cooling by Beth Ann Fennelly 36:11 - Glitter and Glue by Kelly Corrigan 36:17 - Tell Me More by Kelly Corrigan 36:40 - I Have Something to Tell You by Chasten Buttigieg 37:38 - All Over the Place: Adventures in Travel, True Love and Petty Theft by Geraldine DeRuiter 38:08 - Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling 38:11 - Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling 38:44 - Know My Name by Chanel Miller 39:03 - Love Lives Here by Amanda Jette Knox 39:21 - Heavy by Kiese Laymon 39:32 - Born a Crime by Trevor Noah 39:48 - Here for It by R. Eric Thomas 40:22 - A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson 40:46 - Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes 41:06 - Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver 41:23 - Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed 41:58 - Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson 42:11 - Evicted by Matthew Desmond 42:28 - The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee 42:49 - A Knock at Midnight by Brittany K. Barnett 44:18 - HRH: So Many Thoughts on Royal Style by Elizabeth Holmes 44:52 - Bad Blood by John Carreyrou 45:20 - Essentialism by Greg McKeown 45:22 - The Lazy Genius Way by Kendra Adachi 45:24 - Atomic Habits by James Clear 46:25 - Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett 46:49 - The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown 46:51 - Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown 47:16 - Burnout by Emily Nagoski 47:39 - Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski 48:21 - The Road Back To You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile 48:32 - The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin 48:57 - Reading People by Anne Bogel 49:33 - Megan notes that it was “only” 41 books. 49:47 Books We Want to Press Into Your Hands: 50:00 - My Life in France by Julia Child (Mary) 51:25 Sitting Pretty by Rebekah Taussig (Kaytee) 51:33 - Season 3: Episode 15 Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast