Literary History & Criticism Podcasts
Featured Literary History & Criticism Podcasts
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Book TV's After Words features the author of a recently published hardback non-fiction book interviewed by a guest host with some knowledge, background, or connection to the subject matter of the book. After Words airs on Book TV every Sunday, at 6pm ET.
NPR book reviews, news and author interviews -- for people who love to read. The best of Morning Edition, All Things Considered and other award-winning NPR programs.
by Michael Silverblatt
A must for the serious reader, "Bookworm" showcases writers of fiction and poetry - the established, new or emerging - all interviewed with insight and precision by the show's host and guiding spirit, Michael Silverblatt.
The Audio Book Club is a regular part of Slate's daily podcast feed, but we've also set up a separate solo feed for the book club.
by Mike Ingram
Tough love for literature.
by Sam Tanenhaus
Sam Tanenhaus, editor of The New York Times Book Review, discusses this week's issue.
by Michael Kindness
A conversational podcast about books, from two longtime veterans of the publishing industry.
by The LibriVox Community
LibriViox's wants all books in the public domain to be available, for free, in audio format, on the internet.
by Corey Olsen
The Tolkien Professor podcast is a series of lectures, discussions, and seminars on the works of J.R.R. Tolkien by Corey Olsen, Assistant Professor of English at Washington College in Maryland.
by Rita Meade
A bookish advice show that answers your questions about life, love and literature.
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