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Bookish Podcasts 2

We recently published a post about bookish podcasts. But there are far more than just those four. Here are some other book-based podcasts for your listening pleasure.


candid conversations with authors

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Candid conversations with authors you love, like C.J. Box, Tana French, Anita Shreve, Clive Cussler, and Amor Towles.


a podcast about the books you’ve been meaning to read

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Two guys discuss a bunch of books that tend to either be well-regarded classics, like Animal Farm and The Handmaid’s Tale, or much talked about/controversial fiction, like Twilight and Outlander.

 

a bi-weekly podcast that answers your questions about life, love, and literature

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This Dear Abby-style podcast answers readers’ questions from How do I get back into a new novel? and What is “real” reading? to How do I keep my books safe when traveling? and How do I diversify my reading choices?


a show about how we create them, and why we suspend our disbelief

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While not all of these are specifically about books, a lot of them are. Eric Molinsky does a wonderful job interviewing authors and talking with them about various themes from various alliases like The First Three Lives of Catherine Webb, explorations of lesser-known authors like The Mysterious James Tiptree Jr., and discussions of controversial topics like Fanfiction (Don’t Judge).

 

we talk about romance novels – and cause all sorts of trouble

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Fan of romance? Not sure what people find in this genre? Try this clever podcast by romance lovers, about romance. Highlights include: The Books that Made us Romance Readers, Alpha Women, Heroine Friendships, and Supernatural Romance, and Romance, Dating, and Very Real Expectations.

 

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Bookish Podcasts

These days there’s a podcast for everything, from true crime to ghost stories to parodies of old timey radio. But have you heard of any of these spectacular bookish podcasts?

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Annotated is Book Riot’s new audio documentary series about books, reading, and language.

Fan of the classics? Love history? This podcast is This American Life for books, covering topics from the 17-year-old that invented Science Fiction to The World’s Most Glamourous Librarian.

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