Presented by the Close Reads Podcast Network, The Daily Poem offers one essential poem each weekday morning. From Shakespeare and John Donne to Robert Frost and E..E Cummings, The Daily Poem curates a broad and generous audio anthology of the best poetry ever written, read-aloud by David Kern and an assortment of various contributors to the Close Reads network. Some lite commentary is included and the shorter poems are often read twice, as time permits.<br><hr><p style="color: grey; font-size: 0.75em;"> See <a style="color: grey;" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://acast.com/privacy">acast.com/privacy</a> for privacy and opt-out information.</p>
By The Close Reads Podcast Network
Mackenzie Walker wasn’t planning on using her college radio show to solve a decades-old murder, but when she receives an anonymous tip that the wrong man may have taken the fall, she can’t resist digging deeper. Before long, Mackenzie is in too deep, and determined to find out the truth, even if it destroys her. This is a riveting Serial Box original podcast from the authors Gwenda Bond, Carrie Ryan, and Rachel Caine.
By Serial Box
This podcast is the reading of various creepy pasta and light horror stories from the internet. I did not write these (unless otherwise stated,) I merely read them. The original authors are noted in each episode.So what is creepypasta? Creepypasta are basically internet horror stories that are shared on forums and other sites. They are often written in a style as if the the writer were actually experiencing the creepy events that they were writing about. I intend to upload an episode at least once a week. I recently was having a bit of trouble with my recording setup, but its been rectified, so expect weekly episodes again!Any requests, comments, or questions can also be sent via email at: CreepyPastaReadingPodcast@gmail.com Twitter: CreepyPastaBen1I love hearing from you guys, don't be shy!Thanks for listening!
By Ben Shaffer
What if there was a book that literally opened up doorways to other worlds? Where would it lead, and could you handle what you found on the other side?<br><br>Cassie, a wayward teen, is about to find out. One day, after she wraps up community service at a local hospital, she stumbles out of the basement of a spooky bookshop and into a story set on a devil's staircase in a remote Italian village.<br><br>The Dark Tome is a new take on the anthology audio fiction podcast, featuring fantastic stories by contemporary authors from across the globe.
By Dagaz Media
Print Run is a podcast created and hosted by Laura Zats and Erik Hane. Its aim is simple: to have the conversations surrounding the book and writing industries that too often are glossed over by conventional wisdom, institutional optimism, and false seriousness. We’re book people, and we want to examine the questions that lie at the heart of that life: why do books, specifically, matter? In a digital world, what cultural ground does book publishing still occupy? Whether it’s trends in the queries from writers that hit our inboxes or the social ramifications of an industry that pays so little being based in Manhattan, we’re here for it. Probably to laugh at it and call it names, but here for it nonetheless. Print Run is the happy-hour conversation after a long day at a catalog launch; it’s the bottle of wine you drink most of on a Tuesday when the manuscripts are no good. We’re for writers, for publishers, for anyone who’s opened a book and wanted to know—really know—what goes into getting the damn thing made. Join us. We’ll talk about the worst sex scene we’ve ever read and wonder aloud about how millennials will affect the books of the future. We’ll figure out why Jonathan Franzen wants to replace your child with a penguin and whether or not that penguin will be buying hardcovers when he grows up.
By Erik Hane and Laura Zats
An audiobook science fiction and fantasy short story narration podcast. I professionally narrate Audiobooks, sci-fi & fantasy stories from around the world every Monday and Friday. Most episodes are stand-alone short stories, with a few book excerpts and episodic audiobooks mixed in. From Epic fantasy to space opera, steampunk to urban sci-fi and everything in between. This short story podcast is tailored to help bring authors and readers together, so each piece of fiction will include detailed information about that author to help you connect and find more of their work. Why did I start this podcast? In 2015 I went temporarily blind for the better part of a year. During this time I turned to audiobooks for escape. When I regained my sight I decided to become an audiobook narrator myself. This podcast is my journey and my gift back to the community. Find out more at http://www.TallTaleTV.com
By Chris Herron
Trapped in the horror-filled and impossible city of Eskew, a man makes endless recordings of his day-to-day experiences, hoping to reach the outside world.This show routinely contains body horror and other disturbing scenes. See the website for detailed warnings.iamineskew.com/episodes
By David Ward
The Mando Method Podcast, where publishing veteran Armand Rosamilia and relative newcomer Chuck Buda try to find the answers to their writing and publishing questions each week. Whether it's social media or the craft of writing or a plethora of other relevant topics, these two authors will tackle them with no holds barred!
By Armand Rosamilia
Introducing More Banana’s newest show “World Stealers”! Your fave fandoms, ruined by us. Or made better. Depends on the week, really. Hosted by Cait Moldenhauer and Liz Clarkin-Breslin, fan fictions are written and read from random choices and resourced by Fan-Wiki’s expansive database. @worldstealers on Instagram and Twitter Logo made by Chris Ables @chrisablesart
By More Banana Productions
Explore the stories behind the young adult books you love with the B&N YA Podcast. Join host Melissa Albert, editor of the B&N Teen Blog and bestselling author of The Hazel Wood, as she sits down with fellow YA authors to talk about books, life, their teen years, their pop cultural obsessions, and how they came up with the stories that keep us up at night. Subscribe to listen in on fascinating new conversations every other week.
By Barnes & Noble