The Well-Storied podcast is designed to help storytellers write sensational novels and build their best writing lives. Each episode features useful tips and/or discussions on topics such as creating strong characters and plots; writing, revising, and editing a manuscript; growing an author platform and readership; and building fulfilling writing lives that help us move closer toward our dreams.
By Kristen Kieffer
The Short Story Guy Podcast is the audio version of ShortStoryGuy.com, the current event and modern-day fiction and nonfiction publication. The show features relevant short stories that help you keep up with today's news, follow modern issues, and be entertained by daily occurrences. "Today's stories are worth telling." The show's host is Jose Cervantes. Learn more at http://www.shortstoryguy.com.
By Jose Cervantes: Writer, Editor for Short Story Guy Publication
From the CiRCE Institute, Close Reads is a book-club podcast with Angelina Stanford, Tim McIntosh, and David Kern. We read Great Books and talk about them. Past discussions have considered Wendell Berry's JAYBER CROW, Jane Austen's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, Kenneth Grahame's THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, and lots of short stories. For the complete list of shows go here: https://www.circeinstitute.org/podcasts/close-reads
By CiRCE Institute
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is as comfortable in the library as he is dodging a pass rush. His love of books even prompted him to start his own book club in 2016, and now the Andrew Luck Book Club has found a home on WFYI Public Radio. Listen in to his podcast on the last Monday night of each month at 9 p.m. on 90.1 FM.
By WFYI 90.1 FM and HD1/HD2
Not Alone is a weekly podcast covering all things mysterious and unexplained. Your hosts, Sam and Jason, have been called 'the Siskel & Ebert of things strange', and others with interest in the paranormal saying that 'as a fellow believer in the weird, it's like coming home'. Join us as we reveal to you the hidden world of the paranormal, nestled within the so called Real World. From stories you've never heard of, to ones you know by heart, we hope our variety of topics, from Curses to Cryptids to UFOS and back again, will provide something for the True Believer and Diehard Skeptic alike. And until next time, remember. We are Not Alone.
By Sam Fredrickson & Jason Moitoso | Ace Podcast Network
The movies are great. The shows are fantastic. So you've been thinking about Getting Into Comics. But where do you start? There are so many choices! Almost a century's worth of stories! And 23 different versions of Deadpool! Whether you've never picked up a comic book in your life, or you read them when you were younger and want to pick it back up again, that's what Getting Into Comics is all about. It's the show that demystifies the world of comic books -- hosted by Tim Paige, who has recently rediscovered his love of comics after over a decade, but waited far too long to get back into it because of the confusion involved with trying to get started. <br> <br> On Getting Into Comics -- we'll talk about the books we're reading and break down some of the story, to help you decide if that book is right for you. We'll share our ideas on where to start based on what you like. We'll define the terms that might be confusing. And we'll be in it together. No snobbiness. No feeling like a n00b. Just embracing the absolute insanity that is the world of comic books, and falling in love with a medium that can provide you entertainment for life. This is Getting Into Comics, with your host, Tim Paige.
By Getting Into Comics: A Newbie's Guide To Getting Started Reading Comic Books